Something to be paid attention to in the work of a excavator

- May 31, 2018-

Excavators often encounter various conditions in their work. Danger is everywhere. Production and safety are the first. The steep slope is the most common, then how to make the excavator work smoothly, climb the slope should pay attention: 1. look at the angle of the slope to see if it is in the range of the performance of the excavator, if the slope is too large, keep the balance of the machine, reduce the body's center of gravity, put the small arm to the head, keep the bottom and the slope of the bucket to 90 degrees. 2. removal of larger stones and a stone block will also cause slippery tracks. Pay attention to the downhill: 1. clear the stone. 2., we must be slow. No matter small or small, we must let the excavator bucket first hit the ground.

Several common safety accidents

First, it is wrong to handle the doorframe when downhill. Try not to support the doorframe. When excavators work, the cab door should be closed and locked.

Two. It is dangerous to raise the arm when walking. Because the working device is high, the center of gravity is high, and the ground is slightly uneven, it will turn over.

Three. When driving on soft ground, avoid excavators being trapped. First try with a bucket, do not stay in the same place for a long time, take a straight line and take fewer detours.

Four. The blind area of sight should be paid attention to and enhance the awareness of safety. When driving in an open field, the excavator should keep the left side as much as possible and allow more space on the right side.

Five. Work on the ditch, must be in place once, if it must be dug, at most can only return the distance of half a track, the driver should have independent thinking and safety consciousness.

Six. Pipelines need special attention. Digging pipelines is very dangerous. The pipeline is also buried by the excavator. In general, there will be sand buried, of course some of the pipelines are on the ground, can not be touched, to keep the safe distance, to avoid injuring the cylinder, and to be injured by electricity.