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The Steps to Lifting Heavy Equipment Tadano Rough Terrain Crane

12 October 2023

langkah-melakukan-lifting-tadano-rough-terrain-craneUnited Tractors, Jakarta – Your project relies on Tadano rough terrain cranes for lifting? Do you know how to operate this Tadano rough terrain crane? If not, let’s discuss it in this article.

The Importance of Understanding the Procedure Before Lifting
Before learning the steps in the lifting process using Tadano rough terrain cranes, there are a few things you need to know first, namely the important role of procedures in the process of lifting heavy materials.

Crane is a type of heavy equipment that cannot be used by just anyone in any way. Considering its large size and the fact that its operation requires a complete procedure, a crane can be very risky if not handled by an expert. Only certain people are qualified to operate this heavy equipment.

Similar to the operation of other heavy equipment such as excavators, heavy duty trucks, or bulldozers, there are standards and requirements that need to be met during the lifting process. Regardless of the type of crane, lifting heavy loads must be in accordance with procedures to reduce the risk of work accidents and damage to public facilities.

Performing the lifting process in accordance with the procedure is also useful for maintaining the safety of workers to avoid unwanted things.

Apart from the process itself, it’s crucial to make the right choice when selecting a crane for your project to avoid any mistakes. Customize the crane according to your needs to avoid wasting time and spending excessive operational costs. You also need to choose the best crane for optimal work results.

If your project requires a mobile crane, Tadano rough terrain crane is a great choice for you. With its compact design, this crane is reliable for use in relatively narrow work areas. Despite its giant size, the maintenance of this Tadano rough terrain crane is quite easy, thanks to its minimalist design and good engine quality.

The Tadano rough terrain cranes have a lifting capacity of 30 to 145 tons, various boom lengths that can be adjusted according to your needs, and sophisticated AML-C (Automatic Moment Limiter) safety system that helps operators monitor the overall condition of the unit.

Tadano Rough Terrain Crane Lifting Process Steps
For some people, the lifting process may sound scary. In fact, if you’re used to it and have learned the ropes, operating a mobile crane will be much easier. Although it is still risky, but if you have mastered how to lift heavy loads using a crane, then operating a rough terrain Tadano crane is not a difficult thing.

In order for the lifting process to run smoothly without any mistakes, you must make sure that the driver has read the lifting procedure thoroughly. If so, you can invite the driver to follow the steps that we will describe below.

  1. Discussion
    The first thing that needs to be done before carrying out the lifting process, is that the operator must first discuss with the rigger about the lifting plan that has been made. Riggers are workers who have special skills in binding goods and helping the smooth operation of short equipment.
  2. Unit Position
    If the discussion is complete, the operator can position the unit at the point that has been adjusted on the lifting plan.
  3. Remove the Lock Pin
    Next, to start the lifting process, remove the lock pin from the locking hole on each outrigger slider.
  4. Ejecting Outriggers and Jacks
    Have all the lock pins been taken out? It’s time to remove the outriggers and jacks to support the entire unit.
  5. Unit Lifting
    When the outriggers and jacks are out, look at the bottom of the unit. If the outrigger bin is out and the jacks are down on the ground, the unit will no longer rest on the tires.
  6. Bubble Level
    When the crane unit is no longer resting on the tires, make sure the bubble level is balanced in the center and indicates that the unit is level.
  7. Install Lock Pin
    If the bubble level is balanced, don’t forget to lock the lock pin back on the outrigger slider to make the lifting process safer.
  8. Outrigger Registration
    After locking the lock pin, the operator can immediately activate the PTO and the AML display will light up. If the AML is active on the monitor screen, the outrigger registration process, lifting status, and number of part lines can be set.
  9. Checking the Load Chart
    Before the lifting process begins, make sure the operator double checks the suitability of the load through the load chart. Ensure that the lifted load does not exceed the maximum lifting capacity. Then, prepare the load to be lifted and the hanging sling.
  10. Setting the Boom
    If the load and hanging sling are ready, then set the boom length and lifting angle as required.
  11. Hooking the Load
    When the hook has descended close to the load, remove the hook block from the stowing position and make sure the rigger correctly hooks the load on the hook.
  12. Ensure Lifting Area Safety
    In order not to damage the facilities around the work field, the rigger must ensure the safety of the lifting area. If it is deemed safe, then it is time for the lifting process to begin.
  13. Rigger Briefing
    If the preparation is complete, the rigger is ready to direct the operator during the lifting process using hand signals. Perform the load lifting if the rigger shows the winch-up signal. When the rigger gives the left swing or right swing signal, shift the load as directed.
    Then, perform a combination of lowering the boom while raising the load if the rigger performs the boom down and winch up signals. Finally, the operator can lower the load if the rigger performs the winch-down signal.
  14. Lifting Process Completed
    When the load is at the intended point, make sure the unit is returned to its original state by releasing the sling or chain from the hook block. Next, position the unit in traveling condition and turn off the PTO. After that, release the lock pin on the outrigger and raise the outrigger bin and jack again. When it’s up, don’t forget to lock the lock pin back into the locking hole.

Those are the steps to lifting heavy loads using Tadano rough terrain crane. Hopefully, these steps can help anyone who still doesn’t know how to lift heavy loads using a Tadano rough terrain crane. Hope you find it useful!

United Tractors: Distributor of Quality Crane Equipment in Indonesia
Want to try using Tadano rough terrain crane for your project? It’s easy! Simply visit the nearest United Tractors branch and find the Tadano rough terrain crane series that suits your project needs. Don’t hesitate to consult your needs and budget with our team, because UT will be happy to find the best product that suits you best.

As a leading distributor of heavy equipment in Indonesia, United Tractors doesn’t just  offer cranes, but also giant models such as Scania European buses, which is one of the bus brands in Indonesia with the best quality and facilities! Apart from buses and cranes, United Tractors also provides a wide selection of Komatsu heavy equipment, heavy-duty trucks from UD Trucks, and many more!

What are you waiting for? Find the heavy equipment needed for your business only at United Tractors! Contact UT Call after-sales service at 1500 072 for more complete product information and attractive offers!

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