Passenger Elevator Factory Shares How To Level Rails

  • The leveling process for the elevator guide rails is mainly to trim uneven places and places with radians to qualified requirements, and reduce the roughness of the material. Next, Passenger Elevator Factory will explain to you what you should pay attention to when doing leveling work for it.

    1. When leveling the elevator guide rails, you should check the transfer record and understand the production situation of the last production, as well as the use and operation of the equipment. If there are remaining problems, you should deal with them in time.
    2. Before turning on the leveling equipment, check the equipment as necessary, whether the fastening part is tight, whether there is looseness or defect, and whether the lubricating part is well lubricated. After everything is checked, it can start production.
    3. The height of the roller should be adjusted according to the thickness of the material of the elevator guide rail, and then the empty car trial operation should be performed.
    4. When operating the leveling of the elevator guide rails, the operator should pay attention, and it is strictly forbidden to play around with other personnel, and do not do anything unrelated to work. If it is operated by multiple people, then someone must direct it to avoid confusion.
    5. The surface of the elevator guide rail material must be free of mud, sand, slag, and dirt. If necessary, it should be removed in time to avoid affecting the leveling effect.
    6. When the weld joint passes the elevator guide rail leveling machine, the roll reduction of the upper row should be adjusted in time.
    7. When the leveling machine is working, if any abnormality should be handled immediately.
    8. During the leveling operation of the elevator guide rail, the operator should make a record of each operation for later inspection.
    Through the above introduction, Observation Elevators Manufacturers hopes that you can simply refer to the content of this article in future use.