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2024-04-15 16:57:14

Overview: The lifting process of rotary kiln barrels usually requires the use of dedicated equipment and careful coordination to ensure safety and efficiency. The following is a general overview of the steps involved

1. Preparation work: before lifting the rotary kiln cylinder, sufficient preparation work must be carried out. This includes checking the kilns for any damage or wear, making sure the lifting equipment is in good condition, and making sure the surrounding area is safe.

2. Positioning of lifting equipment: according to the size and weight of the kiln, heavy cranes or hydraulic jacks are usually used for lifting. These hoists are strategically placed around the kiln to provide balancing support during hoisting.

3. Connection lifting device: heavy sling or chain is firmly wrapped around the circumference of the kiln cylinder. Care must be taken to ensure that the joints are strong enough to support the weight of the kiln without causing damage.

4. Lifting: Once the lifting device is firmly connected, the crane or hydraulic jack will gradually start to lift the kiln cylinder away from its static surface. The lifting process is usually slow and controlled to prevent sudden movement or movement of the kiln position.

5. Monitoring and adjustment: Throughout the lifting process, the operator closely monitors the movement of the kiln and makes necessary adjustments to ensure that it remains level and stable. This may involve adjusting the tension on the lifting device or repositioning the lifting device as needed.

6. Transportation or maintenance: Once the kiln barrel is successfully raised, it can be transported to its destination for maintenance or repair, or it can be raised to allow access to the underlying components for inspection or repair.

7.Lowering: After completing the necessary work, carefully lower the kiln barrel back to its original position using the same lifting equipment and procedures. Again, the process is slow and closely watched to ensure a safe and controlled descent.

8.Post-lifting inspection: After the lowering process, conduct a thorough inspection of the kiln and surrounding area to check for any damage or problems that may occur during lifting. Any necessary repair or maintenance tasks can then be addressed before the kiln resumes operation.

Conclusion: Overall, the lifting process of rotary kiln barrels requires careful planning, skilled execution, and strict adherence to safety protocols to ensure success and prevent accidents or equipment damage.
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