Pre-work inspections are critical to the safety of your stacker and are a work that cannot be ignored.
1. Please perform the following actions before checking your stacker:
a, first stop the stacker in a safe and stable place
b. Stop the engine, pull up the hand brake, and set all the levers in the neutral position.
c. Let the mast be perpendicular to the horizontal line, and lower the fork to make the fork contact the ground.
2. Carry out the following inspections: Check whether there is oil leakage or water leakage along the circumference of the stacker. Check if the tire pressure is normal, whether the tread is cut, whether the steel ring is deformed, damaged, and whether the screw is locked. After the inspection, the support frame and the fork are deformed, cracked, and the positioning of the fork is normal. Check that the mast chain tension is consistent. Check the lamp system for damage and whether the protector has deformation cracks. Open the hood and check the cooling water level. Check the engine oil level. Check the fan belt for cracks and wear. Check the battery electrolyte level. Check the hydraulic oil level. Check the brake oil level. Put down the hood, get on the bus, and sit on the seat. The seat is adjusted to the proper position. The steering wheel tilt angle is adjusted to the optimal position. Check if the speaker function is normal. Try to step on the brake pedal is normal. Try to step on the accelerator pedal. Try to step on the clutch pedal. (Manual gear shifter type) It is normal to try to step on the jog pedal. (Automatic shifting machine type) Is the handle brake lever normal? Turn the key switch to ON to check if the fuel quantity is sufficient. Check whether the warning lights and instruments on the instrument panel are functioning properly. Check that the direction light lever is functioning properly. Check if the brake light is working properly. Start the engine and let the engine warm up for 5 minutes to check for abnormal sounds or abnormal vibrations. Check that the mast is lifted and tilted forward and backward, and check the oil cylinder and tubing for oil leakage. Slowly move the stacker to the safe area. Check if the clutch action (acting switch function) is normal. Check if the brake braking force is sufficient. Check that the steering wheel is turning properly. It can be seen from the above that it is a cumbersome task to check dozens of items. However, safety is the most important. Once an accident occurs in a stacker, its impact and damage are great. In order to maximize safety, the risk is minimized, and it is desirable for the operator to pay more attention to these aspects.
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