Chaining up a Chain Hoist Article

CHAINING UP A CHAIN HOIST

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The Wheel cover assembly is removed from the hoist body.

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Hand/messenger chain is then fitted to the hand wheel according to user requirement.

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The hand/messenger chain is then closed in a loop by adding a cut link and then closing the link.

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Calibrated load chain is then fed between the load sheave and guide roller according to user requirement which will determine the lift/length of chain on the hoist.

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Before securing the dead end of the chain to the stopper the technician ensures that the chain was fed correctly (chain weld is away from the load sheave).

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The wheel cover assembly is then refitted and secured in place.

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The bottom hook set is then fitted and secured to the load chain.

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Once assembly is complete an ECSA registered Lifting Machinery Inspector performs a dynamic load test in compliance with relevant standards.

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