Manual Balance Crane Fork
A manual balance crane fork is a type of lifting device used for transporting and lifting heavy loads in a warehouse or industrial setting. It consists of a pair of long, slender arms or forks, which are mounted on a central pivot point and can be adjusted to maintain balance while carrying a load.
Manual balance crane forks are typically operated by a person who pushes or pulls the device into position, using the forks to lift and move heavy objects. The operator must use caution when maneuvering the device, as it can be unstable if the load is not evenly distributed between the forks.
To use a manual balance crane fork, the forks are positioned on either side of the load, and the operator slowly raises the load by pulling or pushing on the handle or lever. Once the load is lifted, the operator can then push or pull the device to move the load to its desired location.
Manual balance crane forks are typically used in environments where a large, heavy load needs to be transported short distances, such as in a warehouse or factory setting. They are typically designed for relatively light loads and are not suitable for lifting extremely heavy objects.
It is important to follow proper safety protocols when using a manual balance crane fork, such as wearing appropriate protective gear and ensuring that the load is properly secured before lifting. Additionally, the device should be inspected regularly to ensure that it is in good working condition and free from defects.