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Lift Capacity Calculation Method Scrap and Material Handlers
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published July 20, 2012 by SAE International in United States
This SAE Standard provides a uniform method to calculate the lift capacity of scrap and material handlers, establishes definitions and specifies machine conditions for the calculations. This document applies to scrap and material handlers as defined in SAE J2506 that have a 360 degrees continuous rotating upper structure. It does not apply to equipment that is incapable of lifting a load completely off the ground. This document applies to those machines that are crawler, wheel, rail and pedestal or stationary mounted.
Paragraph 4.1.4 incompletely addresses the orientation and position of oscillating axles and did not address steering axles for lift capacity calculations.
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MTC SC5 is responsible for standards related to hydraulic excavators, as defined by ISO 6165. A hydraulic excavator is a self-propelled machine on crawlers, wheels, or legs, having an upper structure normally capable of a 360-degree swing with mounted equipment (primarily for excavating with a bucket) without moving the undercarriage during the work cycle.
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