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The lifting and lowering of electric hoists in the climbing system

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The lifting and lowering of electric hoists in the climbing system

We all know that electric hoists are an important component of the climbing frame system, mainly used for climbing frames and lifting climbing formwork in various construction engineering fields. The electric hoists used are mainly DHP type chain electric hoists, also known as climbing frame/group lifting electric hoists. So how does the group crane electric hoist lift (lower) in the climbing frame?

After all climbing frame systems are checked to be correct, loosen the lower load-bearing rod, slant support, and wall connecting piece of the climbing frame, so that the frame is connected to the building only by the upper and lower guide pieces. Each operator shall be arranged by the on-site person in charge to manage their respective areas. After the overall commander inquires about the availability of personnel through the walkie talkie, the electrician shall be notified to start the overall lifting (lowering) of the scaffolding. All electric hoists shall be started at the same time, and the scaffolding shall start the overall lifting (lowering) under the constraint of the guiding components. When the overall height of the climbing frame is raised (lowered) by 100mm, stop the lifting of the frame, and each operator should check the frame again. Only after everything is normal can the lifting (lowering) continue.

During the lifting (lowering) process, all operators should always maintain a high level of vigilance. In the initial stage of lifting (lowering), the operator mainly observes whether the operation of the group crane electric hoist is normal and whether the operation is synchronous and in the same direction. When lifting (lowering) the middle section, observe whether there are obstacles such as wooden blocks or steel bars blocking the lifting of the frame. In the later stage of lifting (lowering), the main observation is whether the vertical of the frame and the cables are hung up, and whether the lifting is in place. In case of any abnormal situation during the lifting (lowering) process, the operator must immediately use the walkie talkie to notify the control console to stop lifting (lowering), and can only continue lifting (lowering) after the fault is eliminated.