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AS 1418.19-2007

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Cranes, hoists and winches Telescopic handlers
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Superseded date

19-08-2019

Language(s)

English

Published date

18-10-2007

Preview

1 - AS 1418.19-2007 CRANES, HOISTS AND WINCHES - TELESCOPIC HANDLERS
4 - PREFACE
5 - CONTENTS
6 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
6 - 1.1 SCOPE
7 - 1.2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
8 - 1.3 DEFINITIONS
8 - 1.3.1 Auxiliary mast
8 - 1.3.2 Axle locking
8 - 1.3.3 Bucket
8 - 1.3.4 Falling object protective structure (FOPS)
8 - 1.3.5 Fixed attachments
8 - 1.3.6 Fixed load
8 - 1.3.7 Fork extensions
8 - 1.3.8 Forks
9 - 1.3.9 Forward travel
9 - 1.3.10 Freely suspended load
9 - 1.3.11 Front end of telehandler
9 - 1.3.12 Hoist
9 - 1.3.13 Hook
9 - 1.3.14 Jib
9 - 1.3.15 Lateral levelling
9 - 1.3.16 Level
9 - 1.3.17 Load backrest
9 - 1.3.18 Load push-pull
9 - 1.3.19 Load stabilizer
9 - 1.3.20 Luffing (lifting)
9 - 1.3.21 Maximum capacity
9 - 1.3.22 Normal operating position
9 - 1.3.23 Pick and carry
10 - 1.3.24 Quick coupler
10 - 1.3.25 Rated capacity of removable attachments
10 - 1.3.26 Rated capacity of telehandler
10 - 1.3.27 Rear end of telehandler
10 - 1.3.28 Roll-over protective structure (ROPS)
10 - 1.3.29 Side grabs
10 - 1.3.30 Stabilizer/outrigger
10 - 1.3.31 Telehandler
10 - 1.3.32 Wood grab
10 - 1.4 NEW DESIGNS, INNOVATIONS AND DESIGN METHODS
11 - 1.5 DESIGNATION OF TELEHANDLER TYPE
11 - 1.5.1 Nominal rated capacity of telehandler with forks
11 - 1.5.2 Nominal reach (d)
11 - 1.5.3 Standard lift height
12 - 1.5.4 Standard load centre distance (D)
13 - SECTION 2 DESIGN
13 - 2.1 BASIS OF DESIGN
13 - 2.1.1 General
13 - 2.1.2 Structure
13 - 2.1.3 Stabilizer/outriggers
13 - 2.1.4 Counterweights
13 - 2.2 LOADINGS
13 - 2.2.1 General
13 - 2.2.2 Load combinations
14 - 2.2.3 Wind loads
14 - 2.3 SECURITY
14 - 2.3.1 Protection against unintended use
14 - 2.3.2 Protection against unintentional start-up
14 - 2.4 BRAKES
14 - 2.5 CONTROLS
14 - 2.5.1 General
15 - 2.5.2 Travel and braking controls
15 - 2.5.3 Steering controls
16 - 2.5.4 Load-handling control
16 - 2.5.5 Other controls
16 - 2.5.6 Marking
16 - 2.6 POWER SYSTEMS AND ACCESSORIES
16 - 2.6.1 Exhaust system
17 - 2.6.2 Cooling system
17 - 2.6.3 Fuel tanks
17 - 2.6.4 Access to engine and other compartments
17 - 2.6.5 Additional requirements for internal combustion engine-driven telehandlers using gas fuel systems
17 - 2.6.6 Electrical requirements
17 - 2.7 SYSTEMS FOR LIFTING, TILTING REACHING AND SLEWING
17 - 2.7 SYSTEMS FOR LIFTING, TILTING, REACHING AND SLEWING
17 - 2.7.1 Chains and wire ropes
18 - 2.7.2 Hydraulic lifting system
18 - 2.7.3 Hydraulic system
19 - 2.7.4 Fork tynes
19 - 2.7.5 Fork extensions
19 - 2.7.6 Fork carriers
19 - 2.7.7 Load-handling attachments
20 - 2.7.8 Load sustainability
20 - 2.8 OPERATOR POSITION
20 - 2.8.1 Seat
20 - 2.8.2 Operator access
20 - 2.8.3 Protection from wheels
21 - 2.8.4 Protection from burning
21 - 2.8.5 Protection of the operator against crushing, shearing and trapping points
21 - 2.8.6 Operator restraint
21 - 2.9 STABILITY
21 - 2.10 OPERATOR PROTECTIVE DEVICES
21 - 2.10.1 Protection for the operator on industrial telehandlers
21 - 2.10.2 Protection against falling objects and overturning for rough terrain telehandlers (FOPS and ROPS)
21 - 2.11 INDICATING AND LIMITING DEVICES
21 - 2.11.1 General
21 - 2.11.2 Motion and performance indicators
23 - 2.11.3 Motion and performance limiters
24 - 2.11.4 Audible warning device
24 - 2.12 VISIBILITY
24 - 2.13 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
24 - 2.13.1 Operator™s cab
25 - 2.13.2 Protection during transport, loading and unloading
25 - 2.13.3 Noise emission and vibration
26 - 2.14 TESTING
26 - 2.14.1 General
26 - 2.14.2 Tests for telehandlers
26 - 2.14.3 Preparation for testing in accordance with Appendix B
27 - 2.14.4 Visual inspection before testing
27 - 2.14.5 Performance test
27 - 2.14.6 Static stability test
27 - 2.14.7 Static strength test
28 - 2.14.8 Hoist brake test
28 - 2.14.9 Inspection after testing
28 - 2.14.10 Record of testing
29 - SECTION 3 INFORMATION FOR USE
29 - 3.1 GENERAL
29 - 3.2 SPECIFIC INFORMATION
30 - 3.3 MARKING
30 - 3.3.1 Information plates
31 - 3.3.2 Rated capacity chart
32 - 3.3.3 Other information
32 - 3.3.4 Representation of information
34 - APPENDIX A - TYPICAL HAZARDS
37 - APPENDIX B - STABILITY TESTS
37 - B1 GENERAL
37 - B2 STABILITY BY TEST LOADING
37 - B3 REQUIREMENTS
38 - APPENDIX C - INDUSTRIAL TELEHANDLERS-STABILITY TESTS
38 - C1 SCOPE
38 - C2 CONDITIONS OF VALIDITY
38 - C3 CONDITION OF TEST
38 - C3.1 Equipment and method
39 - C3.2 Conditions of the telehandler
39 - C3.3 Effect of the operator™s weight on stability
39 - C3.4 Location of the telehandler on the test platform
40 - C3.5 Test load
40 - C3.6 Safety precautions
40 - C4 TEST PROCEDURE
41 - C5 TESTS FOR TELEHANDLERS FITTED WITH ATTACHMENTS
44 - APPENDIX D - ROUGH TERRAIN TELEHANDLERS-STABILITY TESTS
44 - D1 SCOPE
44 - D2 CONDITIONS OF VALIDITY
44 - D3 CONDITIONS OF TEST
44 - D3.1 Equipment and method
45 - D3.2 Condition of the telehandler
45 - D3.3 Effect of the operator™s weight on stability
45 - D3.4 Location of the telehandler on the test platform
45 - D3.5 Test load
46 - D3.6 Safety precautions
46 - D4 TEST PROCEDURE
47 - D5 TESTS FOR TELEHANDLERS FITTED WITH ATTACHMENTS
50 - APPENDIX E - TELEHANDLERS OPERATING WITH OFFSET LOAD-OFFSET BY POWERED DEVICES-ADDITIONAL STABILITY TESTS
50 - E1 SCOPE
50 - E2 CONDITIONS OF VALIDITY
51 - E3 CONDITION OF TEST
51 - E3.1 Equipment and method
51 - E3.2 Conditioning of the telehandler
51 - E3.3 Effect of the operator's weight on stability
51 - E3.4 Location of the telehandler on the test platform
52 - E3.5 Test load
52 - E3.6 Safety precautions
52 - E4 TEST PROCEDURE
53 - E5 TESTS FOR TELEHANDLERS FITTED WITH ATTACHMENTS
54 - APPENDIX F - TELEHANDLERS OPERATING WITH OFFSET LOAD-OFFSET DETERMINED BY THE UTILIZATION-ADDITIONAL STABILITY TESTS
54 - F1 SCOPE
54 - F2 CONDITIONS OF VALIDITY
55 - F3 CONDITION OF TEST
55 - F3.1 Equiment and load
55 - F3.2 Conditioning the the telehandler
55 - F3.3 Effect of the operators
55 - F3.4 Location of the telehandler on the test plaform
56 - F3.5 Safety precautions
56 - F4 TEST PROCEDURE
57 - F5 TESTS FOR TELEHANDLERS FITTED WITH ATTACHMENTS
58 - APPENDIX G - PROCEDURE FOR TESTING STEERING WHEEL KICK-BACK
58 - G1 SCOPE
58 - G2 TEST ARRANGEMENT
58 - G2.1 General
58 - G2.2 Test area
58 - G2.3 Test obstacle
58 - G2.4 Reaction measurement
58 - G3 TEST PROCEDURE
58 - G4 RESULTS

Specifies requirements for self-propelled non-slewing and slewing telescopic handlers not greater than 5 degrees either side of the longitudinal axis of seated rider-operated telescopic handlers.

Committee
ME-005
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
0 7337 8414 3
Pages
55
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

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