NINGBO MARSHINE POWER TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
Gin Pole Operations
On the documentation side on things, operator will need adequate details depicting the planned operational configuration(s) for the complete gin pole system to be used including:
•Gin pole mast
•Top lifting block
•Load and tag line sizes/configuration (including use of heel block, max load position angle, max tag angle, tag arrangement, etc.)
•Basket and bridle attachment to gin pole and supporting structure including associated hardware and sling sizes/config
•All relevant details pertaining to jumping/lowering the pole into position
•All relevant details pertaining to tilting the pole for operation (use of luffing block, etc.)
•Any other relevant details based upon user`s planned operational configurations for assembly, setting, jumping, arranging, lifting, and/or removal of the system
As pole manufacture MARSHINE we only address the gin pole mast and allowable load and tag capacities / angles based solely upon the mast`s rated strength. Affirming the pole was designed, built and load charts are in accordance with the ANSI/TIA-322 standard. Its operator responsibility to ensure they are in compliance with all regulations related thereto.
Complete records of pole inspections and record of Magnetic particle inspection shall be performed on 10% of the welded connections every 10 years.
Annual inspections reports shall be maintained for a minimum of two years.
All gin pole operations must be in compliance with the latest revision of ANSI/TIA-322 and the OSHA CPL 2-1.36
Maintain your required documents along with work plan, engineer sign off for each specific job.
ANSI/TIA-322 standard includes an impact factor of 1.7 for all gin poles using synthetic load lines.
Gin Pole storage racks for gin poles are recommended for safe transport, storage and return shipping for inspection service. These units protect and reduce the potential of damage from excess handling with forks etc.
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