an average air gap of 4.5mm under the most adverse slab prolife condition.
A load detection system shall be provided to indicate whether there is a load under the magnet such that:
The magnets cannot be demagnetized while moving with a load
The magnets cannot be demagnetized until the load (slab) is placed on the
5.7.7. Magnetization and Demagnetization shall not be possible unless all Forklift motions are stopped.
A magnetic flux detection system shall magnetization cycle(s). The lifting sufficient flux level is confirmed.
be provided to measure the flux during the motion shall not be permitted unless a
5.7.9. The Magnet beam system shall be designed for continuous duty in the environmental conditions as described in Section 11.2.
5.7.10. The system shall be overload tested as per the requirements of OSHA.
A fully enclosed cab designed for safety, efficiency, ergonomics and comfort of the operator shall be provided and shall be located/designed to offer maximum visibility for steel slab handling operations.
All controls shall be within easy reach of the operator and shall be the latest state of the art control system/console provided by the Manufacturer including a information gathering/monitoring type system with a display readout for control system messaging.
5.8.3. The operator’s cab shall include all controls and indications for Magnet Beam
management/monitoring/maintenance alert type system that will alert the driver and maintenance personnel of both existing maintenance requirements and proactively send alerts for all scheduled maintenance tasks. The alerts/messages to maintenance personnel shall be by means of email or other similar wireless method. Manufacturer to provide a detailed description of the control system and notification system with the proposal.
5.8.5. The cab shall be adequately ventilated and filtered and equipped with an air conditioner capable of maintaining the cab interior at 75°F (24°C) and 50%