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  • Types of Articulating Man Lifts Man lifts are available in both engine-powered and electric-powered models. These machines are made up to complete a range of applications depending on the function and the industry. There are some outdoor lifts that are able to rise up more than 140 feet and have a 69 foot horizontal lift. There are some lifts that are especially designed for small spaces. These models can extend 21 feet and rise 36 feet. The electric powered man lift models are generally used on indoor concrete floors. They often have slim designs in order to easily fit into narrow spaces. Engine-powered man lifts typically operate on diesel, propane and gas. They are mainly designed for outdoor applications. Electric Man Lifts The electric man lift is best suited for indoor applications as they are made smaller, more able to fit in tight spaces and fit through standard doorways. These models do not contribute to air pollution and are able to maneuver around barriers and blockages, while still reaching overhead work places. There are some electric lifts that have a rotating platform. This mechanism allows for extremely targeted and precise movements. The lift controls have been designed to implement accuracy and efficiency. The electric lifts are available in numerous sizes. They are able to be used in places with high ceilings or in small warehouses. The electric drives utilize rechargeable batteries that can be recharged after the shift ends. Engine-Powered Lifts Articulating lifts that are engine-powered are designed to work on all types of terrains. Some machines come fitted with legs that hoist the lift's body off its wheels to help create a more stable foundation. There are other models that are specifically designed for uneven and rough terrain. The majority of the lifts are able to handle 500lbs. Certain models can even take on 600 lb. loads. In these heavy-duty instances, the machine can articulate 69 feet out in any direction or more than 140 feet high. More

  • Aerial Manlift Hazards Aerial man lifts are personnel lifts such as articulated boom lifts, scissor lifts and boom lifts which use an articulated boom or a series of linked, folding supports. These equipment allows employees to get up high into previously inaccessible places. In some ways, these machinery have made construction a lot safer and easier, although, the overall safety which comes with the unparalleled mobility of aerial manlifts has implemented a new list of hazards that could inadvertently lead to severe injury or even death to drivers who are unaware. Falls Falls from a man lift often happens when workers cannot secure the harness to the lift or fail to or are unable to wear a safety harness. Falls can take place when somebody on the platform acts wrongly and participates in an activity like for instance climbing the guard rails to gain extra height. As well, mishaps could be caused if the operator on the ground causes the machine to move in an unexpected motion prior to the worker being properly secured. A lot of workers also fall because the base of their machine is accidentally struck by some other heavy thing. In this situation, the force of the blow below becomes amplified by the lift's length, thus causing the worker to be suddenly catapulted off of the platform. Clearly this dangerous action has catastrophic results. Tip-Overs Boom lifts are prone to tipping over. Tip overs are more common in articulated boom lifts, but can occur in any kind of lift. Because boom lifts are able to move both vertically and horizontally, they are capable of changing the overall center of gravity of the machinery. Therefore, if the lift is over loaded or parked on a slope of some kind, extending the boom to full length when it is in the wrong position could cause the machinery to tip over. More

  • Other KInds of Crawler-Mounted Cranes In order to be able to power a huge variety of machinery, industrial wheel tractors were adapted during the 1920s, by Fordson and McCormick-Deering. Like for example, half-swing shovels and cranes were manufactured by some companies around the engine and power train of the tractor and the wheels became replaced by crawlers. During the 1930s, crawler tractors came into widespread use. Immediately after, numerous manufacturers began making attachments for them, like various lifting equipment devices. For instance, side-mounted booms were mainly utilized for pipe-laying where it gained its nickname the "pipelayer." These machines are currently often utilized for attending to cleaning up railroad derailments. Because of their mobility, size and compact design, in addition to outstanding lifting capacity, these machines are great for this use. Moreover, swing booms which mounted on top of the engine compartment became available also. Crawler cranes are similar to the crawler tractor in that it travels along crawler tracks. These equipments could not move fast thanks to their intense weights. Normally, the crane is powered by one engine and may be controlled by 2 or more cable operated drums. The crawler cranes are available with a lattice boom or a telescopic arm which is easy to extend by using hydraulics. The lattice boom must be assembled manually by adding many sections. Tower Cranes Tower cranes are the ones found in large construction projects. These kinds of cranes are essential to be erected and broken down on location. They must be transported by truck each and every time they are relocated. These tower cranes are exceptionally tall. They allow construction crews to transport concrete building components or heavy steel to the tops of tall buildings. Tower cranes utilize a hydraulic system to be able to push every new crane part up into position and hence, are self-erecting. More

  • The lift truck is fairly a popular commodity, with their usage is discussed and sought after, each day. The truth is, this comes as no surprise since they are the best lifting machines that are capable of picking up immense weights and moving them and delivering them where needed at the given location. Forklifts come in a variety of different units and this makes them quite versatile. Several of these equipment consist of: counterbalance forklifts, diesel forklift trucks and electric forklift units. Each one is different in nature and each one of them comes with a particular task. The diesel and electric counterbalanced forklift models could be different from one another. The construction on these units has been done are styles and designed as mini trucks. All of the weight or load which should be carried is piled on top of the roof. In addition, the edifice is so robust that the weight is well supported and carried around in an effortless manner. The diesel forklift trucks operate on diesel fuel. These heavy duty industrial machines spring into action when you pour lots of diesel fuel into them. As long as they have plenty of fuel these machines continue to run well. Their lifting capacity is very high overall. Usually, this equipment is utilized in industrial applications like in agriculture and any situation which needs a lot of heavy lifting as well as warehouses and docks. The electric lift truck is perhaps a better option equipment for working indoors. The electric lift operates entirely on electricity, that generates no fumes. With this particular lift truck, you can always count on it to carry the weights around to the particular location you want them. The electric lift truck is easy to use. All that you should do is charge the lift truck well at the end of every shift so it is up and running and ready to go. Available on the lift truck market are a huge variety of choices. It is important to deal with a reputable dealer when searching for a machinery. They could answer any particular questions you have and help determine your specific needs to ensure that you pick the perfect model. Numerous manufacturers and dealers rent machinery. This is another option if you prefer to try before you buy and would like to find out how other units feel before purchasing something. More

  • For many years, Kalmar has been developing specially made machinery designed to handle empty containers. Kalmar's empty container handlers can be found in operation all over the globe. Kalmar provides various empty container handling machines. There are various units to be able to meet lifting height requirements and, customer's performance. Their range stretches from a capacity of 3 high up to 8+1 high, providing optimum balance of economy. In order for money to be earned and a task to be done successfully, the containers need to be stacked and moved fast, safely and efficiently. Other than driving fast and safe, the stacking should be done independent of lifting height. Overall, it is a time-consuming task which needs precise placement. The equipment are under such a stringent working atmosphere that this places heavy demands on the stability of the equipment, spreader and mast, along with extreme user friendly abilities throughout the handling process. Having a clear field of vision also helps to ensure extra safety for the operator and people working nearby. Single Stacking The main characteristics for single stacking equipment are their high lifting speeds, overall stability and extreme flexibility. The single handling concept begins at 3 high and stacking up to 8 high. These machines feature twistlock attachments which are a common item on numerous Kalmar equipment all around the globe. Some of the important factors to take into consideration when thinking about single stacking equipment are the limitations in ground space and the high demands on selectivity. Double Stacking Double stacking the containers is one more vital step in increasing the productivity in the empty container handling operations. For an empty container handler, the double stacking situation may present an extremely demanding application. Kalmar offers the new DCE100 model that was specifically made to perform the high stability requirements of stability and strength with margin. Stacking 2 containers simultaneously is the optimum operational effectiveness which tops selectivity demands. Kalmar has researched, designed and engineered numerous models of lift truck trucks to be able to meet a huge variety of applications. More