ASME B30.18:2016 pdf free download

ASME B30.18:2016 pdf free download

ASME B30.18:2016 pdf free download.Stacker Cranes.
braking: a method of controlling speed in which the electrical energy generated by the motor is fed back into the power system.
rope: refers to wire-rope unless otherwise specified.
running sheave: a sheave that rotates as a load carriage is lifted or lowered.
runway: an assembly of rails, beams, girders, brackets, and framework on which the crane travels.
runway conductor (main): the electrical conductors located along the equipment runway to provide power or control to the equipment.
service brake: a brake for travel motion used by the operator during normal operation to apply a retarding force.
service braking: a method of decelerating motion during normal operation.
severe service: service that involves normal or heavy service with abnormal operating conditions.
shall: a word indicating a requirement.
shoidd: a word indicating a recommendation.
slave pallet or slave container: a handling base or container that is normally captive to a system on which a unit load is supported.
span: the horizontal distance, center-to-center, between runway rails.
spring return controller: a controller that, when released, will return automatically to a neutral (off) position.
slop: a device to limit travel. This device normally is attached to a fixed structure and normally does not have energy absorbing ability.
trolley: the unit that travels on or is suspended from the bridge girders and supports the mast and carriage.
trolley travel: the trolley movement in directions at right angles to the crane runway.
truck: the unit, consisting of a frame, wheels, bearings, and axles, that supports the bridge girders, the end ties of an overhead stacker crane, or the sill of a gantry stacker crane.
unattended: a condition in which the operator is not at the operating control devices. On floor-controlled equipment, if the control devices are within an unobstructed distance of 26 ft (8 m), and within sight of the operator, the equipment is considered attended.
Persons performing the functions identified in this Volume shall, through education, training, experience, skill, and physical fitness, as necessary, be competent and capable to perform functions as determined by theemployer or the employer’s representative.
The following is a list of publications referenced inthe volume.
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