Cattle passages and cars should always be kept in order and cleanliness, periodically examining them and correcting the noticed defects. To prevent accidents, cattle boards should not only be thrown, but should bother in the joints with two planks from the sides of the boards. In construction, you may need a stainless pipe that you can order here: a stainless pipe.
In the catals laid above the surface of the Earth, it is necessary to provide for the main drawback of the wheelbarrow, the location of its wheel at a distance of 20-30 cm from the center of gravity of a loaded car, as a result of which a large load is transferred to the hands of the gravity of the gravity. This drawback is eliminated in the two -wheeled car “Ricksha.
Ricshi capacity is 150 liters. Rickshash requires a wider passage than single -wheeled cars, without which work with them is almost impossible. Moves are wooden shields laid on the goats. With a delivery distance of more than 50-80 m, instead of car and rickshacks, the use of trolleys moved along narrow-gauge rail tracks becomes more profitable.
The solution is delivered in special trolleys with a chipping body. The body capacity of the wagons ranges from 0.50 to 1.00 m3. In order to avoid excessive overload of the solution near the tara lift, a lift bucket can serve as a container for a solution. In this case, the bucket is installed on a specially designed trolley in the form of a platform. For the maximum load for one worker when taking the trolleys with a horizontally laid track, 700-900 kg is accepted. With a distance of more than 150-200 m for the transportation of trolleys, an equestrian or mechanical thrust should be used. In this case, transportation can be organized by trains as part of 2-3 or more trolleys.
In order to avoid accidents, when using narrow gauges, it is necessary to carefully monitor the serviceability of the track. The bolts connecting the risers of the rails should be located on the outside of the rails so as not to damage the legs of the worker.
Two -wheeled wheelbarrow “Riksha”