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  • New Design Concept for an Excavator Arms by Using ...

    2017-9-5u2002·u2002The purpose of the present paper is to lightweight design an excavator arms, by using a different materials and in particular composite material. Specifically, the research is based on the study of a commercial excavator, by determining its geometry and analyzing the load conditions to which it is exposed. These are determined in relation to either the load diagram of the machine or …

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  • Risk of Excavators Overturning: Determining Horizontal ...

    2019-1-24u2002·u2002dynamic effects of an excavator when slewing a freely suspended load at high rotations per minute (rpm). To achieve this, both the static load and horizontal centrifugal force from slewing this load were calculated for six randomly selected cases of an excavator, with different arm geometry configurations.

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  • Risk of excavators overturning: Determining horizontal ...

    2019-2-28u2002·u2002To achieve this, both the static load and horizontal centrifugal force from slewing this load were calculated for six randomly selected cases of an excavator, with different arm geometry configurations.,The results from the six cases are presented and a worked example of one is detailed to demonstrate how the results were derived.

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  • Guidance on Lifting Operations in Construction When Using ...

    2020-3-21u2002·u2002Suitable slings must be available to attach the load to the excavator. Slings and other lifting accessories should be CE marked, and marked with the safe working load. 7. Training and Competency Assessment Excavator drivers and slingers should be adequately trained and assessed to undertake their roles in lifting operations.

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  • Guidance on Lifting with Excavators - Rocket Rentals

    2018-7-19u2002·u2002hook which can be easily attached to the bucket, dipper arm or quick hitch of the excavator, to facilitate the lifting of loads lift plan document to describe the planning, organization and execution of a lifting operation NOTE: This may be stand alone or form part of a method statement for tasks involving the use of an excavator. load chart

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  • (PDF) ANALYSIS OF HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR WORKING CYCLE

    2009-10-5u2002·u2002ANALYSIS OF HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR WORKING CYCLE. Proceedings of the 11th European Regional Conference of the ISTVS 2009. lar to arm ret phase (p 2 and p 3 combined) define. arm extension operation ...

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  • Excavator SIZES CHART - Excavator Lifting Capacity Chart

    2019-10-4u2002·u2002Tipping load is the point at which the excavator begins to tip or lift off the ground when lifting a load. It's important to know how to read and understand an excavator lift chart. He cautions operators to factor in any lifting considerations that result from additional accessories or attachment variations, as these alternative items can ...

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  • construction/mining Excavator Ex1200-6 EX1200

    2016-2-4u2002·u2002Ex1200-6 construction/mining Excavator PrOduCTIITYV 4 5 n Heavy Lift Switch. Turning ON the heavy lift switch decreases the front speed, and boosts boom and arm forces to increase the front lifting force by 7 %. Turning OFF the switch, the arm and boom forces resume. This function is convenient when moving a heavy load at a slow speed.

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  • BACKHOE AND HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR OPERATION

    2014-7-18u2002·u2002The most common hazards related to backhoe and excavator operation are: slipping and fallng of the machine operator, tipping or overturning of the machine, and contacting energized power lines with the machine. Slips and falls occur most often when mounting and dismounting, cleaning windows, or refueling.

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  • (PDF) ANALYSIS OF HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR WORKING

    2009-10-5u2002·u2002ANALYSIS OF HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR WORKING CYCLE. Proceedings of the 11th European Regional Conference of the ISTVS 2009. lar to arm ret phase (p 2 and p 3 combined) define. arm extension operation ...

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  • Learn How to Safely and Efficiently Lift Heavy Products ...

    2021-9-20u2002·u2002Keeping the load closer to the excavator will allow it to lift more weight while maintaining better stability. Place the backfill blade on the ground when lifting.' 'Think of the machine like a teeter-totter, and the front idlers of the tracks are the tipping point,' Steger says.

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  • Using Artificial Intelligence in Mining Excavators ...

    2020-12-14u2002·u2002Worldwide mining operations, which account for nearly 11% of global power consumption, are 28% less productive today than a decade ago. Meanwhile, mobile equipment was present in nearly 40% of mining fatalities and more than 30% of injuries in 2017. Building intelligence into existing mining excavators improves the safety, productivity, and energy efficiency of mining. This can provide ...

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  • PC290LC-11 mid-size hydraulic excavator

    The PC290LC-11 is a mid-size hydraulic excavator designed for long reach arm and boom combined with a heavy-duty undercarriage provide extended reach with a stable platform. Large high-strength steel castings on the boom, arm and bucket link. Closed-center load-sensing hydraulics for precise, fine control. Large displacement high-efficiency ...

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  • 6 Different Excavator Types & Their Uses

    2019-3-19u2002·u2002The excavator's extendable arm can reach over 100 feet horizontally. These excavators are best used for demolition projects like structural crumpling and breaking down walls and applications that are over a body of water. Different attachments can be affixed to the arm to perform additional jobs such as shearing, crushing, and cutting.

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  • Detail Design and Analysis of A Free Standing I Beam Jib

    2016-12-19u2002·u2002Load Factor. According to CMAA, Dead load factor equals to 1.2 and Hoist load factor equals to 0.15. 5. Inertia forces from drives: The inertia forces occur during acceleration or deceleration or crane motions and depend on the driving and braking torques. Inertia forces from drives equals to 2.5% of the vertical load.

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  • MODULE 4 - LIFTING AND RIGGING - FEMA

    2012-7-19u2002·u2002n If a load is suspended at its CG, it can be turned in any direction with little effort. n If load is lifted to the right/left of CG, it will tilt at an angle. n If a load is lifted below its center of gravity, the weight of the load will be above the lifting point, and the load will tip over. n Important that loads be hoisted above the load's CG.

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  • A Beginner's Guide to Maintain and Operate an Excavator ...

    2021-7-22u2002·u2002Excavators are an important part of the construction industry. These highly versatile machines can be used for demolition works, landscaping, digging, etc. However, like any heavy machinery, excavators must be handled with care. The excavator market is bound to grow and is expected to cross 63 million USD by 2026. If you are a new […]

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  • Productivity Guide: Excavators 45 to 50 metric tons ...

    2007-6-12u2002·u2002Productivity Guide: Excavators 45 to 50 metric tons. The usefulness – and profitability – of an excavator directly corresponds to a correct sizing of the machine to the jobs it is expected to ...

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  • (PDF) Design and Development of a Mechanism of

    2015-12-11u2002·u2002The main focus of this project was to design and develop the mechanism for robotic arm for lifting. The robotic arm was designed with four degrees of freedom and programmed to accomplish ...

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  • Optimal design of hydraulic excavator working device

    2016-5-5u2002·u2002As a critical load-bearing component, the structural intensity of the working device highly influences the performance of an excavator. It can be seen in Figure 1(a) that there are nine design variables of the boom, seven design variables of the arm, and seven design variables of the bucket and linkage mechanism in the model. In addition, some other design parameters are also related to the ...

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  • Model and Control for Hydraulic Excavator's Arm

    2008-2-5u2002·u2002To control excavator's arm and realize autonomous excavation, firstly, full kinematic and dynamic models of the excavator arm, regarded as a planar manipulator with three degrees of freedom, were derived. ... then, the full nonlinear math model of electrohydraulic proportional system was achieved. ... Load independent flow distribution ...

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  • RIIMPO320F - Conduct civil construction excavator ...

    The excavator boom has three segments similar to a person's upper arm, forearm and hand. The excavator digs into the ground below ground level with the bucket to excavate materials. When the bucket lifts or swings, it moves the materials toward the machine and then into the discharge area. Attachments used with an Excavator. Trenching Bucket ...

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  • Excavator SIZES CHART - Excavator Lifting Capacity Chart

    2019-10-4u2002·u2002Tipping load is the point at which the excavator begins to tip or lift off the ground when lifting a load. It's important to know how to read and understand an excavator lift chart. He cautions operators to factor in any lifting considerations that result from additional accessories or attachment variations, as these alternative items can ...

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  • 6 Different Excavator Types & Their Uses

    2019-3-19u2002·u2002The excavator's extendable arm can reach over 100 feet horizontally. These excavators are best used for demolition projects like structural crumpling and breaking down walls and applications that are over a body of water. Different attachments can be affixed to the arm to perform additional jobs such as shearing, crushing, and cutting.

    Get Price
  • A Beginner's Guide to Maintain and Operate an Excavator ...

    2021-7-22u2002·u2002Excavators are an important part of the construction industry. These highly versatile machines can be used for demolition works, landscaping, digging, etc. However, like any heavy machinery, excavators must be handled with care. The excavator market is bound to grow and is expected to cross 63 million USD by 2026. If you are a new […]

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  • GitHub - mathworks/Simscape-Backhoe-Arm: Backhoe

    Models a backhoe arm with three hydraulic actuators connected via a hydraulic network. A control system tracks reference angles for the boom, arm, and bucket. Hyperlinks on the top level of the model create key plots and open the demo script which leads to other models. Open the project by double-clicking on Backhoe_Arm.prj.

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  • construction/mining Excavator Ex1200-6 EX1200

    2016-2-4u2002·u2002Ex1200-6 construction/mining Excavator PrOduCTIITYV 4 5 n Heavy Lift Switch. Turning ON the heavy lift switch decreases the front speed, and boosts boom and arm forces to increase the front lifting force by 7 %. Turning OFF the switch, the arm and boom forces resume. This function is convenient when moving a heavy load at a slow speed.

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  • A Review on Mechanical and Hydraulic System Modeling

    A recent trend in the development of off-highway construction equipment, such as excavators, is to use a system model for model-based system design in a virtual environment. Also, control system design for advanced excavation systems, such as automatic excavators and hybrid excavators, requires system models in order to design and simulate the control systems.

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  • Mechanic killed by excavator bucket during maintenance

    2021-3-23u2002·u2002Mechanic killed by excavator bucket during maintenance SUMMARY A 47-year-old mechanic was killed by an excavator bucket during a maintenance operation. The conveyor on a portable rock crusher had stopped working, and the mechanic and equipment operators were working to raise the conveyor with the arm of a hydraulic excavator to get underneath.

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  • Excavator SIZES CHART - Excavator Lifting Capacity Chart

    2019-10-4u2002·u2002Tipping load is the point at which the excavator begins to tip or lift off the ground when lifting a load. It's important to know how to read and understand an excavator lift chart. He cautions operators to factor in any lifting considerations that result from additional accessories or attachment variations, as these alternative items can ...

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  • RIIMPO320F - Conduct civil construction excavator ...

    The excavator boom has three segments similar to a person's upper arm, forearm and hand. The excavator digs into the ground below ground level with the bucket to excavate materials. When the bucket lifts or swings, it moves the materials toward the machine and then into the discharge area. Attachments used with an Excavator. Trenching Bucket ...

    Get Price
  • Model and Control for Hydraulic Excavator's Arm

    2008-2-5u2002·u2002To control excavator's arm and realize autonomous excavation, firstly, full kinematic and dynamic models of the excavator arm, regarded as a planar manipulator with three degrees of freedom, were derived. ... then, the full nonlinear math model of electrohydraulic proportional system was achieved. ... Load independent flow distribution ...

    Get Price
  • construction/mining Excavator Ex1200-6 EX1200

    2016-2-4u2002·u2002Ex1200-6 construction/mining Excavator PrOduCTIITYV 4 5 n Heavy Lift Switch. Turning ON the heavy lift switch decreases the front speed, and boosts boom and arm forces to increase the front lifting force by 7 %. Turning OFF the switch, the arm and boom forces resume. This function is convenient when moving a heavy load at a slow speed.

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  • VOLVO EXCAVATORS EC210/EC240 EC290

    Model EC210 EC240 EC290 Boom arm unit 8.85 m 6.25 m 10.2 m 7.85 m 10.2 m 7.9 m A. Max. digging reach mm 15810 18310 18600 B. Max. digging reach on ground mm 15710 18210 18490 C. Max. digging depth mm 12100 14350 14790 D. Max. digging depth (8' level) mm 11990 14230 14690 E. Max. cutting height mm 13300 14890 14900 F. Max. dumping height mm 10950 12580 12570

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  • A Review on Mechanical and Hydraulic System Modeling

    A recent trend in the development of off-highway construction equipment, such as excavators, is to use a system model for model-based system design in a virtual environment. Also, control system design for advanced excavation systems, such as automatic excavators and hybrid excavators, requires system models in order to design and simulate the control systems.

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  • ZAXIS-5 series

    2021-8-7u2002·u2002the arm roll-in speed to increase when the load is relatively low. Our tried-and-tested power-boost feature has also increased by 10%* to deliver an enhanced level of excavating performance. The versatility of the ZAXIS 200 may be evidenced by the attachment support system, with 11 modes that can be registered on the monitor

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  • COMPACT EXCAVATORS E17C E26C I E30C I E33C I E57C

    2018-8-20u2002·u2002Standard and long arm choice Specify your C Series compact excavator with the arm length to best suit your requirements. Long arm MODEL LEFT SWING (degrees) RIGHT SWING (degrees) E17C 70 54 E26C 75 50 E30C 75 50 E33C 75 50 E37C 75 50 E57C 80 50 E60C 70 50 – Not available Left swing angle MODEL STANDARD ARM LENGTH ft. in. (mm) LONG ARM LENGTH

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  • Extraction by Forwarder

    2018-10-10u2002·u2002the load (unless this is a single billet). Load the bunk evenly to maximize stability and do not overload it. Do not load above the level of the headboard and stanchions/pins. The forwarder must undergo periodic inspections to detect wear and tear that may make the equipment unsafe to use. These inspections can be carried out

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  • ERECTION OF POLES INTO LIVE HV (11kV OPSAF-12-017

    2018-10-26u2002·u2002Working Load for the weight of the load being lifted. Vehicle Mounted Loader - A lorry fitted with a Hiab crane or similar. 9. SAFETY The requirements of this section are mandatory whenever a pole is erected into a Live HV or LV overhead line. 9.1 General 9.1.1 Prior to carrying out all Live pole erection operations a risk assessment shall be ...

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  • Excavator SIZES CHART - Excavator Lifting Capacity Chart

    2019-10-4u2002·u2002Tipping load is the point at which the excavator begins to tip or lift off the ground when lifting a load. It's important to know how to read and understand an excavator lift chart. He cautions operators to factor in any lifting considerations that result from additional accessories or attachment variations, as these alternative items can ...

    Get Price
  • RIIMPO320F - Conduct civil construction excavator ...

    The excavator boom has three segments similar to a person's upper arm, forearm and hand. The excavator digs into the ground below ground level with the bucket to excavate materials. When the bucket lifts or swings, it moves the materials toward the machine and then into the discharge area. Attachments used with an Excavator. Trenching Bucket ...

    Get Price
  • Model and Control for Hydraulic Excavator's Arm

    2008-2-5u2002·u2002To control excavator's arm and realize autonomous excavation, firstly, full kinematic and dynamic models of the excavator arm, regarded as a planar manipulator with three degrees of freedom, were derived. ... then, the full nonlinear math model of electrohydraulic proportional system was achieved. ... Load independent flow distribution ...

    Get Price
  • construction/mining Excavator Ex1200-6 EX1200

    2016-2-4u2002·u2002Ex1200-6 construction/mining Excavator PrOduCTIITYV 4 5 n Heavy Lift Switch. Turning ON the heavy lift switch decreases the front speed, and boosts boom and arm forces to increase the front lifting force by 7 %. Turning OFF the switch, the arm and boom forces resume. This function is convenient when moving a heavy load at a slow speed.

    Get Price
  • VOLVO EXCAVATORS EC210/EC240 EC290

    Model EC210 EC240 EC290 Boom arm unit 8.85 m 6.25 m 10.2 m 7.85 m 10.2 m 7.9 m A. Max. digging reach mm 15810 18310 18600 B. Max. digging reach on ground mm 15710 18210 18490 C. Max. digging depth mm 12100 14350 14790 D. Max. digging depth (8' level) mm 11990 14230 14690 E. Max. cutting height mm 13300 14890 14900 F. Max. dumping height mm 10950 12580 12570

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  • A Review on Mechanical and Hydraulic System Modeling

    A recent trend in the development of off-highway construction equipment, such as excavators, is to use a system model for model-based system design in a virtual environment. Also, control system design for advanced excavation systems, such as automatic excavators and hybrid excavators, requires system models in order to design and simulate the control systems.

    Get Price
  • ZAXIS-5 series

    2021-8-7u2002·u2002the arm roll-in speed to increase when the load is relatively low. Our tried-and-tested power-boost feature has also increased by 10%* to deliver an enhanced level of excavating performance. The versatility of the ZAXIS 200 may be evidenced by the attachment support system, with 11 modes that can be registered on the monitor

    Get Price
  • COMPACT EXCAVATORS E17C E26C I E30C I E33C I E57C

    2018-8-20u2002·u2002Standard and long arm choice Specify your C Series compact excavator with the arm length to best suit your requirements. Long arm MODEL LEFT SWING (degrees) RIGHT SWING (degrees) E17C 70 54 E26C 75 50 E30C 75 50 E33C 75 50 E37C 75 50 E57C 80 50 E60C 70 50 – Not available Left swing angle MODEL STANDARD ARM LENGTH ft. in. (mm) LONG ARM LENGTH

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  • Extraction by Forwarder

    2018-10-10u2002·u2002the load (unless this is a single billet). Load the bunk evenly to maximize stability and do not overload it. Do not load above the level of the headboard and stanchions/pins. The forwarder must undergo periodic inspections to detect wear and tear that may make the equipment unsafe to use. These inspections can be carried out

    Get Price
  • ERECTION OF POLES INTO LIVE HV (11kV OPSAF-12-017

    2018-10-26u2002·u2002Working Load for the weight of the load being lifted. Vehicle Mounted Loader - A lorry fitted with a Hiab crane or similar. 9. SAFETY The requirements of this section are mandatory whenever a pole is erected into a Live HV or LV overhead line. 9.1 General 9.1.1 Prior to carrying out all Live pole erection operations a risk assessment shall be ...

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  • Excavator SIZES CHART - Excavator Lifting Capacity Chart

    2019-10-4u2002·u2002Tipping load is the point at which the excavator begins to tip or lift off the ground when lifting a load. It's important to know how to read and understand an excavator lift chart. He cautions operators to factor in any lifting considerations that result from additional accessories or attachment variations, as these alternative items can ...

    Get Price
  • RIIMPO320F - Conduct civil construction excavator ...

    The excavator boom has three segments similar to a person's upper arm, forearm and hand. The excavator digs into the ground below ground level with the bucket to excavate materials. When the bucket lifts or swings, it moves the materials toward the machine and then into the discharge area. Attachments used with an Excavator. Trenching Bucket ...

    Get Price
  • Model and Control for Hydraulic Excavator's Arm

    2008-2-5u2002·u2002To control excavator's arm and realize autonomous excavation, firstly, full kinematic and dynamic models of the excavator arm, regarded as a planar manipulator with three degrees of freedom, were derived. ... then, the full nonlinear math model of electrohydraulic proportional system was achieved. ... Load independent flow distribution ...

    Get Price
  • construction/mining Excavator Ex1200-6 EX1200

    2016-2-4u2002·u2002Ex1200-6 construction/mining Excavator PrOduCTIITYV 4 5 n Heavy Lift Switch. Turning ON the heavy lift switch decreases the front speed, and boosts boom and arm forces to increase the front lifting force by 7 %. Turning OFF the switch, the arm and boom forces resume. This function is convenient when moving a heavy load at a slow speed.

    Get Price
  • VOLVO EXCAVATORS EC210/EC240 EC290

    Model EC210 EC240 EC290 Boom arm unit 8.85 m 6.25 m 10.2 m 7.85 m 10.2 m 7.9 m A. Max. digging reach mm 15810 18310 18600 B. Max. digging reach on ground mm 15710 18210 18490 C. Max. digging depth mm 12100 14350 14790 D. Max. digging depth (8' level) mm 11990 14230 14690 E. Max. cutting height mm 13300 14890 14900 F. Max. dumping height mm 10950 12580 12570

    Get Price
  • A Review on Mechanical and Hydraulic System Modeling

    A recent trend in the development of off-highway construction equipment, such as excavators, is to use a system model for model-based system design in a virtual environment. Also, control system design for advanced excavation systems, such as automatic excavators and hybrid excavators, requires system models in order to design and simulate the control systems.

    Get Price
  • ZAXIS-5 series

    2021-8-7u2002·u2002the arm roll-in speed to increase when the load is relatively low. Our tried-and-tested power-boost feature has also increased by 10%* to deliver an enhanced level of excavating performance. The versatility of the ZAXIS 200 may be evidenced by the attachment support system, with 11 modes that can be registered on the monitor

    Get Price
  • COMPACT EXCAVATORS E17C E26C I E30C I E33C I E57C

    2018-8-20u2002·u2002Standard and long arm choice Specify your C Series compact excavator with the arm length to best suit your requirements. Long arm MODEL LEFT SWING (degrees) RIGHT SWING (degrees) E17C 70 54 E26C 75 50 E30C 75 50 E33C 75 50 E37C 75 50 E57C 80 50 E60C 70 50 – Not available Left swing angle MODEL STANDARD ARM LENGTH ft. in. (mm) LONG ARM LENGTH

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  • Extraction by Forwarder

    2018-10-10u2002·u2002the load (unless this is a single billet). Load the bunk evenly to maximize stability and do not overload it. Do not load above the level of the headboard and stanchions/pins. The forwarder must undergo periodic inspections to detect wear and tear that may make the equipment unsafe to use. These inspections can be carried out

    Get Price
  • ERECTION OF POLES INTO LIVE HV (11kV OPSAF-12-017

    2018-10-26u2002·u2002Working Load for the weight of the load being lifted. Vehicle Mounted Loader - A lorry fitted with a Hiab crane or similar. 9. SAFETY The requirements of this section are mandatory whenever a pole is erected into a Live HV or LV overhead line. 9.1 General 9.1.1 Prior to carrying out all Live pole erection operations a risk assessment shall be ...

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