Presentation on theme: "Jason Wagner. Broken or frayed wire rope run a high risk of breaking. Poorly clamped cable ends can slip out when placed a under load. Using a winch."— Presentation transcript:
Broken or frayed wire rope run a high risk of breaking. Poorly clamped cable ends can slip out when placed a under load. Using a winch for purposes other than intended use will destroy the winch A winch is only as safe as the people operating it.
Un-spool some of the wire rope. Leave the last layer of rope wrapped around winch. Run rope through snatch black and back to machine and anchor tail chain. attach snatch block to a secure anchor. Begin to run in winch rope. Make sure spotters are around to watch for problems. Every one have on hard hats. Once the object being moved is unstuck. Unhook tail chain and snatch block and re- spool rope.
U- Bolt Twin Base Both are Rated at around 100+ Ft lb of torque and 100lb weight limit, Minimum of 3 clamps per end placed at about 8 inches apart.
3 man job. Control operator, Rope wrap Placement, Anchor. Go Slow. Wear gloves. Anchor holds rope to keep tension on winch. Signals to control operator. Person in charge of rope wrap placement hammers wire rope in a uniform wrap around spool can communicate with anchor. Keep hands out of spool wile Its moving! Control operator reels in and out the wire rope.