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E9000 Server V100R001 User Guide 24

This document describes the overview, functions, structure, installation, and configuration methods of the E9000.
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Moving Equipment

Moving Equipment

Purpose

After unloading equipment, move it to the warehouse based on the equipment weight, passage width, and moving tool. Table A-6 lists the methods for moving equipment.

Table A-6 Methods for moving equipment

Recommended Moving Method

Application Scope

Reference

Pallet truck

  • Weight > 55 kg (121.28 lb)
  • Passage width ≥ 1.5 m (4.92 ft.)
  • Whether to unpack equipment before moving it: no restriction

Figure A-15, Figure A-16, and Figure A-17

Forklift

  • Weight > 55 kg (121.28 lb)
  • Passage width ≥ 3.5 m (11.48 ft.)
  • Whether to unpack equipment before moving it: no

Figure A-20

Flatbed dolly

  • Weight > 55 kg (121.28 lb)
  • Passage width ≥ 1.5 m (4.92 ft.)
  • Whether to unpack equipment before moving it: no

Figure A-24 and Figure A-25

Moving equipment by hand

  • Weight ≤ 55 kg (121.28 lb)
  • Passage width ≥ 1.5 m (4.92 ft.)
  • Whether to unpack equipment before moving it: no restriction

Figure A-28 and Figure A-29

Comply with local laws or regulations for the maximum load per person.

Tools

Prepare the following tools before moving equipment:

  • Forklift
  • Pallet truck
  • Flatbed dolly
  • Protective gloves

Pallet Truck

Figure A-15, Figure A-16, and Figure A-17 show how to move equipment using a pallet truck.

Figure A-15 Moving equipment using a pallet truck (1)
Figure A-16 Moving equipment using a pallet truck (2)
Figure A-17 Moving equipment using a pallet truck (3)

Note the following when moving equipment using a pallet truck:

  • Ensure that the passage is clear and wide and high enough for equipment to pass through.
  • Move equipment with at least another two persons. One person directs the pallet truck and the other two hold equipment, as shown in Figure A-15 and Figure A-17.
  • Lower the forks of the pallet truck, insert the fork yoke into the middle of the lower surface of the pallet, and lift the pallet truck.
  • Move the pallet truck at a constant speed, and do not stop it suddenly.
  • Slow down the pallet truck before making a turn. When making a turn, pull equipment to move along the outer side of the passage center line (to increase the radius of the turn), as shown in Figure A-18.
Figure A-18 Route for moving equipment at a turn
  • Move equipment along a straight line wherever practical, and ensure that the included angle of the yoke and the moving direction is greater than or equal to 120°.
  • During transportation, prevent equipment from swaying. If a wheel is stopped by cable ties or screws, remove the obstructions.
  • When moving equipment into or out of an elevator, slowly move equipment and ask one person to control the elevator to prevent the elevator door from closing at the wrong time, as shown in Figure A-19.
Figure A-19 Moving equipment into or out of an elevator

Forklift

Figure A-20 shows how to move equipment using a forklift.

Figure A-20 Moving equipment using a forklift

Note the following when moving equipment using a forklift:

  • Ensure that the passage is clear and wide and high enough for the forklift and equipment to pass through.
  • Do not stand in front of the forklift when it is moving, as shown in Figure A-21.
Figure A-21 Standing in front of the forklift
  • Adjust the forks of the forklift so that they are in the middle of the lower surface of the pallet to prevent damaging equipment, as shown in Figure A-22.
Figure A-22 Damaging equipment
  • Do not suddenly stop, lift, or lower the forks of the forklift.
  • Tie down equipment before moving it, as shown in Figure A-20.
  • Slow down the forklift before making a turn. When making a turn, pull equipment to move along the outer side of the passage center line (to increase the radius of the turn), as shown in Figure A-23.
Figure A-23 Route for moving equipment at a turn
  • During transportation, prevent equipment from swaying. If a wheel is stopped by cable ties or screws, remove the obstructions.

Flatbed Dolly

Figure A-24 and Figure A-25 show how to move equipment using a flatbed dolly.

Figure A-24 Moving equipment using a flatbed dolly (1)
Figure A-25 Moving equipment using a flatbed dolly (2)

Note the following when moving equipment using a flatbed dolly:

  • Ensure that the passage is clear and wide and high enough for equipment to pass through.
  • Move equipment with at least another person, as shown in Figure A-24 and Figure A-25.
  • Slow down the flatbed dolly before making a turn. When making a turn, pull equipment to move along the outer side of the passage center line (to increase the radius of the turn), as shown in Figure A-26.
Figure A-26 Route for moving equipment at a turn
  • During transportation, prevent equipment from swaying. If a wheel is stopped by cable ties or screws, remove the obstructions.
  • When moving equipment into or out of an elevator, slowly move equipment and ask one person to control the elevator to prevent the elevator door from closing at the wrong time, as shown in Figure A-27.
Figure A-27 Moving equipment into or out of an elevator

Moving Equipment by Hand

Comply with local laws or regulations for the maximum load per person.

Figure A-28 shows how to move equipment by one person. Figure A-29 shows how to move equipment by two persons.

Figure A-28 Moving equipment by one person
Figure A-29 Moving equipment by two persons

Note the following when moving equipment by hand:

  • Wear clean protective gloves, work clothes, safety helmet, and work shoes, as shown in Figure A-30.
Figure A-30 Protective measures
  • Before moving equipment, note the following:
    • Ensure that the weight carried by a person does not exceed the maximum acceptable weight of lift (MAWL) allowed by local laws or regulations.
    • Arrange for enough personnel to move equipment.
  • If an accident occurs during transportation, protect yourself first and then the equipment.
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