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  • There are various alternatives for access platforms these days. There is a lift designed for practically any jobsite application and industry. These self-propelled machines boost productivity and increase efficiency. Scissor Lifts In order to lower and raise a platform, scissor lifts are made of an assembly of crossed tubes which work like scissors. Generally utilized on level, firm surfaces, these lifts provide access to high areas directly over the lift. Scissor lifts are valued for their heavy lifting capacities and their big decks that allow the operator to transport large and heavy materials and tools. A platform deck extension slides or rolls out to provide a spacious work area. Scissor lifts range in size from .76 meters-2.29 meters in width and 6.57-18.15 meters in height. Wider lifts usually have bigger deck areas, as well as greater lift capacity and extension capability. The manufacturer's model numbers can be utilized to identify the platform height and width of the machine. The best choice for outdoor application is the rough-terrain scissor lift. They are meant to be durable and tough in demanding construction worksites. They have four-wheel drive with efficient lift speed, positive traction control and large platforms. They are commonly used for construction, maintenance and installation. Electric scissor lifts are the most mobile models. They have the benefit of being less noisy and could fit through standard doorways. They allow maximum workspace for more personnel and larger loads. Their hard-rubber tires and high steering angles ensure excellent maneuverability. Electric scissor lifts are often utilized in indoor applications related to electrical works, air conditioning and ventilation. More

  • Even though there are lots of companies who begin workers in the receiving area, they will be a lot better off to allot professionals to handle the put-away tasks. Experienced individuals who really understand and know the products rarely mix objects that are similar in appearance but are quite different and they really know how to properly stock shelves and bins and thus, work much more effectively. The best suggestion for new employees is to start them out filling orders. This provides them with a terrific chance to learn the products, paperwork and customers along with any electronic inventory system that may take some getting used to. Additionally, it is very easy to check their effectiveness by going over their work orders when they are packed for shipment. Since you do not want to have a lot of trucks arriving at the same time, the next step is to schedule truck arrival. By being organized and planning arrivals, you will eliminate pressure on shippers and receivers and also eliminate excessive waiting time in the yard. The more efficiently you can plan the arrival of your trucks, the less dock doors you will have to work which will really save you money on utilities in the long run. Operate with different shifts for shipping and receiving. If you can, receive products in one shift and separate your shipping to another shift. Organizing yourself in this manner can enable you to reduce the staging area requirements by 50 percent. You may also be able to get rid of time-wasting bottlenecks in the warehouse. Also, by separating your shipping and receiving, you can keep track of orders more effectively and would know which shift to look over if any discrepancies happen down the road. If the unloading process is sped up, this would really help you out because the unloaded truck could congest your yard. According to research, approximately 60% of mass merchants are capable of unloading trucks in less than 60 minutes, whereas roughly 20 to 30 percent of the grocery industry performs at a similar standard. Make time to observe and time operations to be able to see how your facility measures up overall. Maintain your floors because any defects in the surface of the floor can cause a lift truck operator to take a detour or slow down. The uneven floors can really reduce productivity. Uneven floors or deteriorating floor section seams or potholes also lead to wheel wear and vehicle damage. In certain situations, really damaged floors can lead to product damage and loads tipping. More

  • Several industrial and commercial buildings can reach heights of over 60 stories. Apparently, while these buildings are being constructed, they need equally tall cranes to transport the supplies to the higher floors. There are cranes that have their own vehicle attached or other kinds that are operated from the rear of trucks. Tower cranes are the largest kinds offered on the market. Tower cranes are the stand-alone structures which are usually found on high-rise building projects. Usually, they are part of a major city's downtown skyline. When new construction such as skyscrapers or apartment buildings and commercial facilities like shopping center are being built, chances are a crane would be on site. Types There are two different types of cranes: jib crane of the boom crane. The jib is a metal frame which extends from the main section. On a flat tower crane, the jib remains horizontal as it lifts items. On a luffing type of tower crane, the jib can ratchet to downward or upward angles. The lifting capacity for both kinds could range from 30 pounds to 10,000 lbs. Body The body of the crane is composed of a mast. This is a vertical steel frame that is a combination of individual sections. In order to increase the overall height of the equipment, sections are added. The mast extends upward to where the desired height is, to the control module, which is a small room which has glass windows on all four sides or to the tower as it is also referred to. The crane operator works from inside of the tower. Lift To lift supplies, the crane utilizes a braided metal cord. The cord extends all the way to the end of the boom or jib from a motor located near the control module. There is a pulley system located at the end of the jib, through which the cord is positioned and lowered down. The jib which holds the cord becomes balanced by a counter jib located on the tower's opposite side. The counter jib holds weights. These weights help to prevent the crane from toppling over when lifting heavy supplies. More

  • Nearly all companies will turn to the forklift to help them move particular objects from place to place or to carry out specific tasks. Before purchasing a forklift, this is why it is important for an individual to know what features to look at. These machinery are a large investment and one needs to know certain things prior to buying. Like for example, knowing the kind of work environment, whether it is indoors or outside; and what particular lifting capacity needs you will need would help to ensure that you select the best machinery to fulfill all your requirements. Knowing what features to look for when forklift shopping will enable you to find the best choice to carry out any of the tasks at hand. You could determine what kind of budget you require in order to meet all the items on your wish list to be able to finish any job at the worksite. On the forklift, take into consideration what kind of motor is needed. This particular information could truly help a person determine if they are choosing a good equipment that has a stable power source or one which is going to be up against frequent repairs. Some machinery are notorious for failing at the worst possible time and this is clearly a scenario you would want to avoid. Whether or not the equipment is new or second-hand is one more main consideration to take into account. If the forklift is second-hand, the person should determine the number of hours that are on the motor so as to make certain that they are getting a machine which will have plenty of time left on the equipment to be able to complete a fair amount of work. In addition, they would need to consider whether or not they could find any needed spare components for the machine. The lifting capacity of the machine is another essential factor which needs to be taken into consideration prior to deciding on a forklift to purchase. This is really essential because a person must determine if they have the ability to lift the weight they need to finish the task utilizing a specific unit. If the equipment is unable to lift the requirements then choosing that particular model is probably a real waste of money since it will not physically or safely be able to complete the job at hand. More

  • Very Narrow-Aisle Turret Trucks Within the lift truck industry, Crown has manufactured an innovate series of heavy-duty turret trucks, setting a new level of standard. Crown has developed the fastest travel speeds as well as the fastest lift speeds. They have transformed the industry's most solid mast. Their mast reaches all the way up to 675 inches. In addition, Crown has introduced energy-saving regenerative lowering and braking systems. TSP Series: Setting a New Standard in Turret Forklifts In order to make the most of cube utilization, companies need to look for and integrate effective solutions. This is vital when the throughput does not want to be compromised and warehouse space is at a premium. The TSP Series manufactured by Crown is a series of turret forklifts that allow you to take complete advantage of really narrow aisles and enable more pallet positions. These forklifts could increase you storage space by roughly 31%. The TSP Series turret trucks are built and designed to be able to maneuver tight and high spaces with better control. This improves overall output which offers faster cycle speeds and offers more efficient energy utilization. TSP 6000 Very Narrow-Aisle Lift Truck The MonoLift mast by Crown was manufactured for extreme stability. This model features a boxed-in design so as to protect the cylinder from damage and provides the operator with high visibility. The TSP 6000 features a massive AC traction motor, a heavy-duty 48-volt electrical system, and an intelligent braking system. These additions were made for performance. Crown's TSP 6500 Series of turret trucks provide extreme versatility because this model can perform lots of warehouse tasks, such as case picking and full pallet handling. Some of the features within the business such as the MonoLift mast and MoveControl are exclusively offered by Crown. Additionally, the regenerative braking and lowering systems give you the edge to do more while utilizing more energy overall. More

  • Usually, grabs and spreaders are often utilized in ships and in ports to load and unload maritime cargo. SMAG Offers: SMAG grabs have numerous features such as: maintenance free grab design, customized designs to customer needs, like unladen weight and volume. The company provides operator training, fast spare parts delivery across the world, specific environmentally friendly parts like for instance dust guards, bio oil and specialized grab lips. Consultation and service around the clock is available, by the well trained and professional SMAG specialist technicians. All machines undergo acceptance testing by all the major classification companies like the DNV, LRS, GL, ABS and others. SMAG offers you the benefits of a worldwide service sales network in addition to its high quality models which have propelled Peiner to be the leader and first choice in grabs. It is truly helpful that grabs are not only offered at all areas, but they are capable of being quickly repaired with no costly downtimes. There are always spare parts and professionals close by. History Salzgitter Maschinenbau AG was started in the year 1919. The company was first established by an engineer Anton Raky. Raky was a pioneer in oil drilling and modern drilling technology. The initial company name was Anton Raky, Tiefbohrungen in Salzgitter. During the year 1937, the cornerstone for SMAG was laid when the manufacturing facility was acquired by the Salzgitter Group for making drilling machines. In the year 1986, the company bought the grab product division from Peiner AG. Soon after, Peiner was developed into a global brand name in the succeeding years. Currently, SMAG is the market leader in the globe, using grabs for agriculture, waste disposal, and global cargo handling applications. More

  • Active floor management enables supervisors to enhance performance in the distribution center in 3 main ways. Be sure to walk the floor on a regular basis to stay abreast of issues. By having management show presence on the floor on a regular basis, it helps to recognize which employees might require more training and which might be the next to be promoted to a managerial position; it shows you consider the floor and all goings on there and the workers to be essential to the overall operation and really vital; finally, you can address problems as they happen. Determine the Use of Space: Begin by examining cube utilization in your facility. Check if there is a lot of empty space close to the ceiling. Implementing narrower aisles and higher racks and particular forklifts that operate in those kinds of settings could really increase how you store and transport materials. What may not look like a lot of wasted area can translate into thousands of extra dollars and square feet with some adjustments. Check for Obsolete Inventory: If you notice a stock-keeping unit or SKU has not moved in over a year, it is certainly consuming valuable space. Furthermore, if you have many half-full pallets that are stored or staged in aisles, you are also not using available space to its full potential. By doing an inventory overhaul and re-organizing existing stock, much room could be made to accommodate faster moving objects. How is the Flow of Product? Make the time to trace how exactly product flows in your facility on a regular basis. Check to see if the flow is logical and sequential. Roughly 60% of direct labor within the warehouse is allotted to traveling from place to place. You could potentially have less staff completing the same amount of work by being aware of product flow. Being able to move personnel to complete other jobs rather than having workers doubled up transporting items will get more work out of the same amount of staff. The order filling process should be reviewed and if it is identified that a variety of SKUs are mixed-up in one location. If orders do not require things of this mix, pickers are wasting time. One more huge time-waster is having the same SKU situated in multiple places within the warehouse. Get the employees used of going to a particular location for each and every particular item so that they are simply looking in one place and not traveling all around the warehouse checking more than one place for the same thing. These small changes could vastly enhance the overall efficiency inside your warehouse. More

  • Aerial Work Platforms The aerial work platform or AWP is a machinery designed and engineered to elevate employees and tools to a particular height for the completion of tasks. The kind of equipment varies with the particular brand and model. Before aerial work platforms were made, all tasks which require work at high levels needed to be done with scaffolding. Thus, the invention of aerial work platforms has increased the overall productivity of similar jobs and kept many workers safe. There are 3 key kinds of aerial work platforms. They are boomlifts, mechanical lifts and scissorlifts. These types of machines can be operated with pneumatics, mechanically via a pinion and rack system or with screws or by hydraulics. These models may be self-propelled with controls at the platform, they may be unpowered units requiring an external force to move them or be mounted to a vehicle in order to be transported. John L. Grove was an American inventor and industrialist who is widely credited to creating the aerial work platform. Nonetheless, during the year 1966, prior to JLG's very first model, a company called Selma Manlift introduced an aerial lift unit. In 1967, after selling his previous company Grove Manufacturing, John L. Grove and his wife decided to take a road trip. They decided to stop at Hoover Dam. While the couple was there, Grove unfortunately witnessed 2 workers electrocuted while they were working on scaffolding. This tragic incident led John Grove to discover an untapped market for a new product that can safely lift workers in the air for them to perform construction and maintenance tasks in a better way. John bought a small metal fabrication business and formed a partnership along with 2 friends, once he returned home from his trip. The small business immediately started designing ideas for the aerial work platform. The new company was named JLG Industries Inc. They proudly launched their very first aerial work platform in the year 1920 with the aid of 20 workers. More

  • The smooth load control, combined with effortless maneuverability in close proximity is acquired through the forward positioning of the cab. This design allows maximum through-mast visibility all the way to the load and the fork tip. The drivers' visibility is optimized by using big glass panels located on the top, the rear, the sides and the front of the cab. Kaldnes Lift trucks have been meticulously engineered to achieve the utmost safety and comfort for the operators who rely on them. The Kaldnes Large Capacity Forklift provides nominal capacities ranging from 42,000 kilograms to 46,000 kg. This superior variety of multi-purpose "heavy" trucks brings a great variety to the business of really heavy load handling, found in a variety of container terminals and different other heavy industries. These machines have an ultra-wide mast design which allows terrific torsional strength with panoramic visibility. In addition, the cab is centrally mounted in a resilient manner to offer amazing visibility all around. This supreme visibility is especially vital when handling bulky awkward loads. This range also offers a wide step for easy access to the large cabin. The low profile chassis of this machinery incorporates an inviting and simple design. The cabin offers a very functional layout to facilitate precision control of the traction functions and hydraulic functions. This forklift truck has been engineered to be very versatile and adaptable to handle the ever changing requirements of the material handling business. Extra attention has been paid to the ergonomics of the machine in order to keep the operators as alert and comfortable as possible throughout their long shifts. These machinery are equipped with different safety features like neutral start interlock. This is an important system which helps prevent unintentional starting whilst the machine is in-gear. Drive system inhibitors are set in place to prevent incorrect downshift and reverse direction operation when the vehicle is in motion. Monitored system warnings are announced by the master warning lamp which is mounted on the steering column for immediate attention. There is an extensive dealer network offering a large list of Kaldnes Lift Trucks. They offer a thorough material handling solution, from warehouse equipment, to electric and diesel-powered counterbalance lift trucks, and liquid propane gas models. Among the important attributes of the Kaldnes Lift Trucks range include: durability, power, extended reach, a long working life, optimum operating economy and operator ergonomics. Kaldnes Lift Trucks proudly offer the highest instant components availability in the business, 97 percent and even higher for the newest production units. Wherever the application takes you and whatever load you have to lift, Kaldnes Lift Trucks would offer a material handling solution that will certainly maximize your return on investment, regardless of how small or large your operation is. There is a Kaldnes lift truck that is available to deal with warehouse products and to deal with each type of warehouse activity. Like for example, the company manufacturer's stacker trucks, reach trucks, turret trucks and pallet trucks as well as order pickers. Kaldnes produces one of the widest and most complete varieties of warehouse equipment ranges existing on the market. More

  • Several hundred lift truck mishaps are unfortunately reported within Texas every year. Operator training is not enough to decrease the number of incidents, enough to say, though, it is definitely amongst the most essential parts. Clearly, the right approach to preventing lift truck mishaps is having the business and organization involved, in addition to combining the efforts of each and every individual in the facility. Toyota applies the SAS or System of Active Stability. This technology is derived from automotive technology. The SAS is capable of electrically monitoring and controlling lift truck operations. This specific system is very essential for helping reduce the chance of mishaps from happening. When the SAS system detects any type of instability, its advanced sensors signal simultaneously and engage the proper controller. The Active Control Rear Stabilizer and the Active Mast Function Controller help to avoid accidents or injuries occurring by adding stability. Toyota's SAS system is a patented technology that is able to sense various things which could lead to possible lateral instability. If and when those conditions are detected, the SAS immediately locks a hydraulic cylinder on the rear steer axle. If this particular situation occurs, the stability footprint of the forklift changes from triangular in shape to a rectangular shape, resulting in added stability. The result is an instant stability and really reduces the possibility of a lateral overturn from occurring. When the machine senses instability occurring, the SAS engages immediately. After that, the Swing Lock Cylinder is engaged and the rear axle becomes stabilized. This creates the lateral stability the machinery requires to help lessen the chance of lateral tip-overs from occurring. Similar to the active rear stabilizer control, the active mast function controller uses the same technologies. Its function is to sense the numerous things which can result in a potential longitudinal instability. Whenever the SAS controller detects potential longitudinal instability from occurring, 2 systems become engaged to help lessen the possibilities of forward and rearward tip-over accidents from happening: the forward tilt angle control and the rear tilt speed control. The machinery forward tilt angle control is able to sense the mast height and load weight, the will override the operator's manual control automatically. It will also limit the forward tilt that would reduce the chances of spilling or forward tipping. All these safety mechanisms are in place to help the operator be safe. Utilizing the same load sensors and mast height sensors, the rear tilt speed control is designed to govern the mast's reverse tilt speed to half. This really lessens the possibilities of spilling unsecured cargo or having the forklift tilt backwards. More