Operating a Spider Cherry Picker
The traditional forklift safety measure for vehicles is the installation of safety straps on the forks of all vehicles that will be placed on the ground in a work area. However the traditional safety strap system will only keep an object securely in place if the individual who is using the vehicle is adequately secured by their safety belt. For those types of situations where there is no safety belt, the forklift operator will need to use the safety straps in order to secure themselves and any cargo that they may be carrying. The use of a Spider Cherry Picker instead of a standard safety forklift allows an individual to be enclosed in a working vehicle, without the requirement for the use of safety belts. This article will describe the uses of this unique forklift and how it differs from the standard forklifts.
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A cherry picker is generally used to make short work of harvesting machinery and is normally attached to a vehicle either by a rope or by a chain, with the number of attachments depending on the model. The spider cherry picker normally has three working boom lifts that determine the overall height and reach that the cherry-picking vehicle can reach. The first boom that is attached directly to the body of the cherry picking truck is located above the cab and is called the outrigger boom, it can reach a maximum height of 5 feet and is able to secure a full-size load, however this is not a recommended option for rough terrain.
The second boom that is found on the body of the truck is called the inboard boom and is able to lift loads that are at least forty-five kilograms, it is however advisable to use this type of cherry pickers for tasks that require lower weight loads. The third boom is generally located below the cab of the truck and is known as the inboard stabilizer. The spider cherry picker will have separate controls for each of the three boom legs so that it is possible to operate the machine safely and to control its speed manually. If any of these three boom legs suffers from vibration, it is advisable to disconnect the electrical supply to the machine and to try and use an alternative piece of equipment.