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    What causes the decoupling of explosion-proof chain hoists?


Description: Explosion-proof chain hoists are generally used in industry for lifting operations. When lifting goods with explosion-proof chain hoists and I-beams, lifting may occur during lifting. What is the cause? How about it?

Explosion-proof chain hoists are generally used in industry for lifting operations. When lifting goods with explosion-proof chain hoists and I-beams, lifting may occur during lifting. What is the reason for this?

1. When buying explosion-proof chain hoists, it is cheap and cheap. You do not buy products from regular manufacturers. The quality of chain hoists is not up to standard. During the operation of it, heavy objects are decoupled.

Explosion-proof chain hoist

2. When using a chain hoist for purchase, the staff is overloaded, overloading increases the bearing load of the components, and the hooking phenomenon occurs during lifting.

3. When using a chain hoist for purchase, the heavy object will be hoisted diagonally and the chain will shake, which will cause the heavy object to become unhooked.

4. Loss and damage to the tongue at the hook of the chain hoist when purchased, will also cause heavy objects to become unhooked.

When buying chain hoists, you must buy from regular manufacturers. You can't be greedy for cheap. The harm caused by poor quality chain hoists is unexpected. Of course, in the process of operation, it is not allowed to operate illegally. The illegal operation not only reduces the service life of purchasing chain hoists, but also brings unnecessary trouble and danger.

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