The Parking of The Excavator Also Needs Skills, Do You Park It Right?

The Parking of The Excavator Also Needs Skills, Do You Park It Right?

There is also great care about the parking of excavators, which cannot be parked at will. For parking ways, different drivers may say different methods, but the most common are the following three ways. Which of the three ways is the most scientific?

Standard Parking
This is our most common way, and most drivers will choose this way. Make the jib 90 ° perpendicular to the ground, turn the bucket out to the bottom, and stand the bucket teeth on the ground. The advantage of this parking is that it does not occupy much space, the bucket cylinder can be fully retracted to prevent collision, and the bucket teeth can be well prevented from being stolen.

Transport Type Parking
This kind of parking cylinder oil seal force, and the cylinder is exposed to the outside, so almost no one on the site. But in the excavator transport, this is the most common way to park. This parking can minimize the height and length of the excavator, and it will not be too high and too long after loading, which is convenient for the transport of the flat transport vehicle.

Stretch Type Parking
This parking way is to extend the big arm and bucket to the limit, so that all cylinders are in a state of contraction, which is conducive to the protection of the cylinder, and also convenient to check the hydraulic oil before the next day's work. If it is rain and snow weather or near the site there are blasting and other construction operations, it is recommended that you stop so that you can better protect the cylinder of the excavator. If you catch up with the shutdown holiday or dig a long time not to work, this stop can let the cylinder all soak in the hydraulic oil, greatly protect the life of the cylinder. However, the disadvantage of this parking method is that it occupies a large space. If the parking space is small, there will be restrictions.

These three parking ways are suitable for different occasions. Each method has advantages and disadvantages, which should be selected according to different needs.