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The working principle of hydraulic carrier manually

Working Principle of Manual Hydraulic Carrier

Manual hydraulic transporter is the most commonly used transporting tool in enterprises, but little is known about the use of transporter and its working principle, as well as the subsequent use and maintenance, according to its principle to operate, can also greatly extend its life; Manual hydraulic transporter: hydraulic transmission principle, with oil as working medium, through the change of sealing volume to transmit movement, through the oil inside. Pressure transmits power.

The mechanical energy of the prime mover is converted to the pressure energy of the oil (hydraulic energy). For example: hydraulic pump.

[Operating part] The hydraulic pressure energy input from the hydraulic pump is converted into the mechanical energy driving the working mechanism. For example: hydraulic cylinder, hydraulic motor.

The control part is used to control and regulate the pressure, flow rate and flow direction of the oil. For example: pressure control valve, flow control valve and direction control valve.

[Auxiliary part] Connect the first three parts together to form a system, which can store oil, filter, measure and seal. For example: pipes and joints, fuel tanks, filters, accumulators, seals and control instruments.

Pressure applied at any point in a given volume of liquid can be transmitted equally in all directions. This means that when multiple cylinders are used, each cylinder will be pulled or pushed at its own speed, which depends on the pressure required to move the load.

Manual Hydraulic Carrier

Under the same load-carrying capacity range of the hydraulic cylinder, the hydraulic cylinder with the minimum load will move first and the hydraulic cylinder with the maximum load will move last.

In order to make the hydraulic cylinder move synchronously so that the load can be lifted at any point at the same speed, it is necessary to use control valves or synchronous lifting system components in the system.

Use precautions and Safety specifications

1. Workclothes, safety shoes and gloves should be worn when handling the van.

When transporting by truck, the carrier should be locked to prevent the carrier from moving.

3 When the truck is not in use, the brake pinch 12 should be pulled to the brake position so that the truck is in braking state.

4. When the vehicle is used on motor vehicles, it must move slowly to ensure safety.

In an emergency situation, the brake pinch must be immediately pulled to the brake position, so that the carrier is in braking state and immediately release the downward pinch, so that the goods are placed on the ground.

No parking on slopes and emergency corridors.

When handling goods on a slope, the operator should operate the tray carefully and make sure that the operator operates above the slope.

When parking the pallet truck, keep the fork to the minimum.

Transporters are not allowed to park on slopes.

Carriers are not allowed to park in places that obstruct traffic or interfere with work.

11 Porters are not allowed to be used in rainy environments.

12 transport trucks prohibit operators from operating vehicles while sitting or standing on them

No turning is allowed on the slope of the 13 tray car

When stacking goods, the goods should not be too high to avoid the danger of falling down or overturning of the carrier.

It is forbidden to use this carrier to transport personnel.

No other personnel are allowed around the operating area of the carrier in order to avoid sudden breakdown of the moving carrier and possible casualties.

Before pushing the carrier into the elevator, the operator must ensure that the elevator can withstand the total load of the carrier and cargo, the total weight of the operator and other personnel on the elevator. When entering the elevator, the load must be allowed to enter first, not the operator. When the load or carrier enters or leaves the elevator, other personnel shall not be in the elevator.

18 Carriers should be stored in a dry and ventilated environment.

19 When the weight of the cargo is more than 2500 kg, two people are required to operate the carrier together to reduce the operational capacity.