Find the most up-to-date version of B at Engineering CSA – B Overhead travelling cranes — Design, inspection, testing, maintenance, and safe operation. inactive. Details. History. The CSA B has recently published a new version of its B standard for overhead cranes, gantry cranes, monorails, hoists, and jib cranes.
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It likely has the necessary code references in too. Comment on draft standards. The Architecture, Engineering and Construction AEC industry is constantly looking for process improvements to better manage potential project delays and costs. In my experience this usually happens for installation or during a special project outside the normal scope of business.
I’ve just glanced over it myself and there’s some very interesting stuff in there. The CSA standard for Lift Trucks specifies a 3-year period however for some unknown reason this standard does not.
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That is to say that you need qualified personal follow a qualified procedure constructing the crane. Thank you for helping keep Eng-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts. The inspection requirements are split into operational inspections and periodic inspections.
Overhead cranes, gantry cranes, monorails, hoists, and jib cranes. Home Blog Services Contact About. But it’s old material, older than I am! Discuss applicable legislation Identify hazards associated with overhead crane use Demonstrate pre-operational inspection of an overhead crane Discuss how sling angles affect capacity Discuss how to rig and safely move a load Demonstrate safe operating procedures Note: Resources Few production environments have the luxury of ordering new equipment to replace existing machines on their shop floor.
Regards, Qshake Eng-Tips Forums: Ongoing maintenance and inspection are now required to follow the intervals laid out in B Periodic inspections differ from operational inspections in that they also require an inspector b1667 do the inspection from elevated position rather than just from the cwa.
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Operational inspections occur at the beginning of each h167 from ground level by an internally qualified person. Is there an earlier version of this handbook. I recently digitized my copy of the Third Edition an put the zipped. For overhead cranes, a misadventure could be an overload from too much weight on the hook, a high dynamic load applied from the crane in a number of ways including load shifting, collision on the hook or many other things.
However, there are few key points that get decided during the design phase that have impact on the end user and are worth being aware of. Thanks, I’ve just checked CSA B, but seems it threats only the maintenance and inspection of cranes. I would highly recommend them.
I’d like to know what standard do apply to this situation. The first point worth noting is the classification of crane. Depending on your jurisdiction’s requirements, the CMAA70 spec is quite likely applicable. Design standards for Crane Design standards for Crane Hi! Learning resources Learn more about standardization and the Standards Council of Canada. This Standard addresses common requirements for all cranes and hoists.
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Having just glanced over it I can see that it has some interesting information. Thanks a lot for the digitized jod you’ve done. In my industry underground miningthe OHSA and mine regulations refers to B; however, mine inspectors have accepted CMAA standards 70 for multi-girder top running cranes and 74 for single girder cranes. Are 0 an Engineering professional?