Today we are going to discuss the FEM hoist duty classifications and when you might come across FEM classifications in a facility. This is the third blog post in our Demystifying Classifications series. The next post in the series will be the final post comparing each of the classifications so you can determine which overhead crane and hoist best suites your application.
Today we are going to discuss the HMI and ASME hoist duty classifications and how to choose the best hoist for your application. This is the second blog post in our Demystifying Classifications series. We will be covering each type of classification in a biweekly post. We will also be doing a comparison of these classifications as a separate post so you can determine which overhead crane and hoist best suits your application.
Hoist Operation Do's and Don'ts: A Brief Guide to operational safety to be done before operating a electric chain hoist, wire rope hoist or manual hoist.
To Be Done Before Each Shift Or Before The First Time The Hoist Is To Be Used Each Shift
It is recommended that THE HOIST OPERATOR:
- SHALL perform a daily hoist inspection. Refer to Table 2 in the HOIST INSPECTIONS section of this manual.