How to operate the manual hydraulic stacker correctly and matters needing attention?
Summary:Manual hydraulic table truck refers to various wheeled handling vehicles used for palletized cargo handling, stacking, stacking and short-distance tra...
Manual hydraulic table truck refers to various wheeled handling vehicles used for palletized cargo handling, stacking, stacking and short-distance transportation, also known as small electric forklifts. Manual hydraulic stackers can generally be divided into manual stackers, electric stackers and semi-electric stackers. Today, I will give you a brief introduction on how to operate the stacker correctly and the precautions.1. DrivingCheck the operation of the brakes and pump station before driving, and make sure the battery is fully charged. Hold the operating handle with both hands and slowly drive the vehicle towards the work cargo. If you want to stop, you can do so with the handbrake or footbrake.2. Uninstall(1) When the fork is low, keep it perpendicular to the rack, approach the rack carefully and insert it into the bottom of the pallet(2) Return the stacker and let the forks move out of the pallet(3) Raise the fork to the required height, slowly move it to the pallet for unloading, and at the same time ensure that the fork can easily enter the pallet and the goods are in the safe position of the fork.(4) Raise the fork until the pallet lifts from the shelf(5) Slowly step back in the channel(6) Slowly lower the cargo while ensuring that the fork does not touch obstacles during the lowering processNOTE: Steering and braking operations must be slow and careful during cargo lift.3. Stacking(1) Keep the goods low and approach the shelves carefully(2) Lift the goods above the shelf plane(3) Move forward slowly, stop when the goods are above the shelf, put down the pallet at this time, pay attention to the fork not to exert force on the shelf under the goods, to ensure that the goods are in a safe position.(4) Step back slowly to make sure the tray is in a firm position.(5) Lower the fork to a position where the stacker can be driven