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Design & Fabrication of Hydraulic Lift

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Hydraulic lift is a type of machine that uses a hydraulic cylinder to lift and lower objects by applying relatively small force compared to the weight of the object to be lifted.
It’s working is based on Pascal’s Law

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Design & Fabrication of Hydraulic Lift

  1. 1. Hydraulic lift is a type of machine that uses a hydraulic cylinder to lift and lower objects by applying relatively small force compared to the weight of the object to be lifted. It’s working is based on Pascal’s Law.
  2. 2.  To fabricate a hydraulic lift with the help of hydraulic jack at commercially low cost.  To raise or lower platforms to work on heavy components such as engines.  To place the work material on ergonomically comfortable access points.
  3. 3.  Hollow metal rods of (1X1) inches cross- section is selected.  They are cut into required lengths and welded together by arc welding to form bottom and top metal frames and also the cross-links.
  4. 4.  Then the metal plates of required length are welded to the top and bottom metal frames.  The rolling wheels are welded at the end of the cross-links by some supports.
  5. 5.  The cross-links are then connected to the metal frames by means of Half Threaded Bolt and Nuts.  Then the hydraulic jack is placed at the bottom metal frame by connecting its stroke to the cross-link.
  6. 6.  The hydraulic jack is manually pumped to raise the hydraulic lift. Ensure that the pressure relief valve is closed tightly.  The pressure relief valve at the bottom of the hydraulic jack is opened gradually to lower the lift.
  7. 7.  Hydraulic table lifts are so simple to operate and move and they eliminate repetitive strain injury (RSI)  When not in use and fully retracted hydraulic table lift take up little space in a warehouse or office.
  8. 8.  Heavy weights of 100 kg can be lifted easily to a height of 2 feet by this hydraulic lift.  In workshops heavy components such as engines can be lifted to required height so that we can work on it conveniently.  It can be used as bike lift by altering its size.
  9. 9.  The height of the lift can be increased by increasing the stroke length (or) by adding additional zig-zag links.  The hydraulic lift can be designed for high load by using a suitable high capacity hydraulic cylinder.
  10. 10. Thus a Hydraulic lift to raise 100 kg of weight up to a height of 2 feet is designed and fabricated at a commercially low cost. It is recommended for the engineering industry and for commercial production.
  11. 11.  Bansal, R. K., (1998), ‘Fluid mechanics’, 2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons.  Gupta, R. K., (2006), ‘Machine Design’, 4th Edition, Eurasia Publishing House.  Working of a Hydraulic Lift, retrieved online at www.hydraulicmania.com
  12. 12. Hydraulic Bottle Jack Metal Frame
  13. 13. Hydraulic Lift Before Lifting Hydraulic Lift After Lifting

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