The operation of the pneumatic hoist is achieved by controlling the main control valve, which is driven by the oil cylinder and achieves the purpose of lifting or lowering positioning braking by opening and closing the brake.
The pneumatic hoist also includes a walking mechanism, which controls the pneumatic motor and planetary reducer through the main control valve to drive the active wheels to move horizontally and achieve the lifting of heavy objects.
In the gas distribution system, it uses compressed air as the power source to control the air circuit to achieve the goal of controlling the lifting and walking of the pneumatic hoist.
When using pneumatic hoists, the following precautions should be taken:
During operation, the hooks, pins, brakes, and other equipment of the hoist should be kept intact.
Power operations other than manual labor are prohibited.
The pneumatic hoist shall not be used for carrying or carrying people, but only for lifting materials.
When lifting heavy objects, it is necessary to ensure their stability and not to stand or perform other operations on them.
When operating the pneumatic hoist, excessive force should be avoided to avoid damaging the equipment.
The pneumatic hoist should be operated and maintained by specialized personnel, and unauthorized disassembly and repair are not allowed.