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As a kind of industrial crane, wire rope hoist cranes play a very important role in many lifting operations, but wire rope hoist cranes have different precautions when working in different operating environments. Let us do a specific understanding together. Right.
1. Use in humid environment
However, with the improvement of the requirements of the operating environment, more and more operating environments, such as a lot of radiation dust in nuclear power plants, need to be precipitated with high-pressure water guns. At this time, there are high requirements for lifting equipment. In a generally humid environment, a preheating and drying device is used to dry the equipment motor to prevent damage to the equipment.
2. Use in high temperature environment
The temperature of the operation room of the wire rope hoist crane will be higher under high temperature environment, so the operation room must be equipped with air conditioning or electric fan to cool down, otherwise it will threaten the life safety of the operator.
The temperature control equipment needs to be installed on the wire rope hoist crane shell. When the temperature is too high, a warning will be given to remind the relevant personnel to cool down. At the same time, the equipment should also be equipped with a fuse mechanism. Turn off the machine to avoid danger.
3. Use in dusty environment
Dust is mostly fine particles, which can cause damage to the human body through the respiratory tract, so the operating room should be closed to ensure the safety of the operator's life.
Corresponding protection mechanisms must also be provided on the equipment. Generally, the protection grade of the wire rope hoist crane is IP44, which can block dust to a certain extent, but it is necessary to increase the dust protection capacity of the equipment when working in a dust environment for a long time. Strive to achieve IP64, which can ensure that the equipment can operate normally and stably in a dust environment.