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The difference between crane workload and work level

March 8, 2021

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Some people think that the workload and the working level of the crane are the same concept. The higher the work level, the greater the load.

 

But in fact, this is not the case. Because the workload and level of the crane are two completely different ideas. The following editor will introduce the difference between crane workload and work level:


For cranes, the working level reflects the busy working hours of the machine and the lifting effect of the full load. We can see that the work level is low, it may be a serious crane, high level work, or there may be a light crane, and high level work cannot be considered heavy and low light level.

 

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In addition, the working level of the crane does not depend on the weight of the crane, but depends on the load and the frequency change of the load and the busyness of the crane. In other words, the lifting weight of the crane refers to the lifting weight of the equipment quality and the comprehensive working characteristic parameters of the crane at the working level.

 

In other words, there is no direct connection between the working level of the crane and the lifting load. It has a lot of weight and a high level of work. The working level is high and the lifting capacity is not large. Even if the weight of the two cranes is the same, the working level is different, and the safety system of each component is also different. The corresponding specifications, dimensions and dimensions are different.

 

When the user chooses a crane, if it only works on the crane and ignores the working level, frequent use of the full-load working level for the light crane will accelerate the scrapping of the crane and frequent failure of parts and components, and even cause accidents and safety.

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