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  • Material handling equipments
  • •Material handling is the art and science of moving, storing, protecting, and controlling material –Moving: Required to create time and place utility. The value of having the material at the right time and the right place. –Storing: Provides a buffer between operations, facilitates the efficient use of people and machines. –Protecting: Includes the packaging, packing against damage and theft. –Controlling: Physical Orientation, sequence and space between material.
  • MH-Principles 1. Planning 9. Environmental 10. Life Cycle Cost 2. Standardization 8. Automation MH 3. Work principle 7. System 6. Space Utilization 4. Ergonomic 5. Unit load
  • Material handling system equation
  • The What Question 1.What are the types of material to be moved? 2.What are their characteristics? 3.What are the amounts moved and stored? The Where Question 1.Where is the material coming from? Where should it come from? 2.Where is the material delivered? Where should it be delivered? 3.Where is the material stored? Where should it be stored? 4.Where can material handling tasks be eliminated, combined or simplified? 5.Where can you apply mechanization or automation? The When Question 1.When is material needed? When should it be moved? 2.When is it time to mechanize or automate? 3.When should we conduct a material handling performance audit?
  • The How Question? 1. How is the material moved or stored? How should material be moved or stored? What are the alternative ways of moving or storing the material? 2. How much inventory should be maintained? 3. How is the material tracked? How should the material be tracked? 4. How should the problem be analyzed? The Who Question? 1. Who should be handling material? What are the required skills to perform the material handling tasks? 2. Who should be trained to service and maintain the material handling system? 3. Who should be involved in designing the system? The Which Question? 1. Which material handling operations are necessary? 2. Which type of material handling equipment, if any, should be considered? 3. Which material handling system is cost effective? 4. Which alternative is preferred?
  • Categories of Material Handling Equipment 1. Material Transport Equipment • Conveyors • Industrial Vehicles • Monorails and Hoists 2. Storage and Retrieval Equipment
  • Hand pallet unloaded Hand pallet loaded
  • Fork lift unloaded Fork lift loaded
  • Tow truck unloaded Tow truck loaded
  • Stacker unloaded Stacker loaded
  • Electric ladder
  • Lift table
  • Dock levelers
  • TRACTION BATTERY TRACTION BATTERY CHARGER
  • CAROUSELS; LEAN LIFT
  • REACH TRUCK
  • BATTERY TROLLEY UNLOADED BATTERY TROLLEY LOADED
  • MHE INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS BATTERY FORK LIFTS DOCK LEVELERS DIESEL FORK LIFTS CAROUSEL LEAN LIFT STORAGE & RETRIEVAL CONVEYORS HOISTS ROLLER TYPE REACH TRUCK SKATE TYPE ELECTRIC PALLET TRUCKS HAND PLATE TOW TRUCKS STACKERS REACH TRUCK LIFT TABLE
  • Fork lifts • A forklift is a powered industrial truck used to lift and transport materials. The modern forklift was developed in the 1960s by various companies including the transmission mfg. company Clark and the hoist company Yale & Towne Mfg.
  • • Truck Frame - is the base of the machine to which the mast, axles, wheels, counterweight, overhead guard and power source are attached. • Counterweight - is a mass attached to the rear of the forklift truck frame. The purpose of the counterweight is to counterbalance the load being lifted. • Overhead Guard - is a metal roof supported by posts at each corner of the cab that helps protect the operator from any falling objects. • Power Source - Electric forklifts are powered by either a battery or fuel cells that provides power to the electric motors.
  • • Tilt Cylinders - are hydraulic cylinders that are mounted to the truck frame and the mast. The tilt cylinders pivot the mast to assist in engaging a load. • Mast - is the vertical assembly that does the work of raising and lowering the load. It is made up of interlocking rails that also provide lateral stability. • Carriage - is the component to which the forks or other attachments mount. It is mounted into and moves up and down the mast rails by means of chains or by being directly attached to the hydraulic cylinder. • Tires - either solid for indoor use, or pneumatic for outside use.
  • Forklift Tyres Fuel tank of forklift Bearings in forklifts to ensure no leakage Broken rims of forklift tyres
  • Specific details 1. Electric ladder Equipment- CISEAUX Max. load- 230 kg Type- OPTIMUM8 Total wt.- 1420 kg 2. Kardex shuttle *4 (Lean lift) Model no.- SHUTTLE XP-500 Type- H/N 55/N22D/18B/N75D13/20 CAPACITY- 470 KG Yr of mfg- (two have 2008 & others have 2010,2011) HANEL MAKE
  • 3. DOCK LEVELERS *4 MODEL- 7810 FH CAPACITY- 9 TON MAINI MAKE 4. BOPT (ELECTRIC PALLET TRUCK) *2 MODEL - SP22i CAPACITY- 2200KG MAINI MAKE 5. STACKERS * 18 MAKE AVAILABLE- MAINI(12), GODREJ(4), BAKA(2) MAINI- CAPACITY- 1500KG MODEL- 15 SSFFTL GODREJ- CAPACITY- 2 TON MODELS AVAILABLE- SWLI 5T, ESW 15 MGF YEAR-2009FOR SWLI 5T & 2012 FOR ESW 15 BAKA- CAPACITY-1600 KG MODEL- EGV-1600-60
  • 6. HAND PLATE *15 MODEL- PV 25 CAPACITY- 2500 KG MAINI MAKE 7. LIFT TABLE CAPACITY- 100O KG 8. TOW TRUCKS *10 MAKE AVAILABLE- MAINI(8), GODREJ (2) MAINI- CAPACITY- 2000 KG MODEL- TT20i MFG YR.- 2012
  • 9. FORK LIFTS *12 MAKE AVAILABLE- MITSUBISHI(1), VOLTAS(2), HELI(1), GODREJ(2), TOYOTA(7) MITSUBISHI- MODEL- FD 30ND CAPACITY- 3TON MFG. YEAR- 2006 TOYOTA- MODEL - 62- 8FD30 CAPACITY- 3 TON
  • How to maintain? • Keep all moving parts well lubricated • Check fluid levels regularly. • Keep your forklift charged or fueled. • Keep Forklift Gauges Functioning Properly. • Keep Forklift Tires in Good Shape- If the tires use air, ensure that the correct air pressure is maintained in them. In case the tires are solid rubber ones, make sure that there are not any gashes present.
  • When to use Mhe’s? Seek help: 1. When a load is too bulky to properly grasp or lift 2. When you can’t see around or over the load 3. When you can’t safely handle the load
  • Reason for failure
  • Hazards involved in Mhe’s •Improper manual lifting or carrying loads that are too large or heavy Being struck by materials or being caught in pinch points Crushed by machines, falling materials or improperly stored materials Incorrectly cutting ties or securing devices
  • Safe Lifting Training What should be taught: 1.How to lift safely 2.How to avoid unnecessary physical stress and strain 3.What you can comfortably handle without undue strain 4.Proper use of equipment 5.Recognizing potential hazards and how to prevent / correct them
  • Personal Protective Equipment •For loads with sharp or rough edges, wear gloves or other hand and forearm protection •When loads are heavy or bulky, wear steel-toed safety shoes to prevent foot injuries if the load is dropped
  • conclusion •Employees must be trained in the Proper use and limitations of the equipment they operate. •This includes knowing how to effectively use equipment such as forklifts, stackers, tow trucks etc.