, its principle is to use the Rising Bollard
plus an electronic integrated controller. Easy to lift and at the same time can adjust the height, taking into account the safety issues generally have non-slip insulation plastic water wave carved board, easy to replace, the overall nice. It is not as laborious as lifting the ladder by hand, and it is truly safe and efficient, saving time and effort.
1. Discard the hydraulic oil, tighten the connector and pull out the oil filter. After cleaning, clean it with compressed air, put it back in the tank, and connect the pipe. (Change to new oil and do not use old oil. Otherwise, moving parts in the Rising Bollard
system will wear out.)
2. Remove and disassemble the Hydraulic Rising Bollards
lowering valve, blow the plunger clean with compressed air, and then reinstall it.
3. Check all hydraulic lines and fittings. Pipes must not be damaged and joints must not be loosened. All joints must be tightened.
Mobile lift platform year-end maintenance 3. Hydraulic oil oil and oil level. Hydraulic Rising Bollards rises all the way. In this position, the hydraulic floor should be 40 to 50 mm above the bottom of the tank. If it is found that the hydraulic oil is dark, sticky or has foreign matter such as grit, it should be replaced (32# hydraulic oil).
4. Each part is filled with some lubricant to extend the service life of the bearings of the Hydraulic Rising Bollards. Check the Rising Bollard rollers, countershafts and bearings, cylinder pin and bearing, jib hinges and bearings for wear.
5 Between any part of the hydraulic system, the pressure must be relieved first to prevent the pressure oil from escaping. The Hydraulic Rising Bollards worktable slumps.
6. Do not arbitrarily adjust the relief valve. Each component in the Rising Bollard system works under a defined pressure. Any adjustment of the relief valve may cause the hydraulic system to operate abnormally.
7. When underneath the Hydraulic Rising Bollards work platform, the Hydraulic Rising Bollards work platform must be suspended and supported to prevent the Hydraulic Rising Bollards from declining.
8. Non-professional staff are not allowed to dismantle and install electrical appliances at will to prevent electric shock or misconnection.