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[Practical Combat] Operation Guidelines for the Transportation of Large and Large Cargo in Logistics (Part 1) CNS Logistics

by:CNS     2021-04-16
[Actual combat] Operational Guidelines for the Transportation of Large-sized Goods in Logistics (Part I): 2018-07-28 09:29:00 Large-sized Goods/Bulky Goods Transportation For logistics, large-sized goods, as the name suggests, are occupied in weight and volume Advantageous items. In transportation equipment, large items have strict requirements, which cannot be completed by ordinary transportation vehicles, and special transportation tools are required to complete the transportation. Large-size transportation includes two aspects: overrun and overweight. Overweight equipment (cargo) refers to the loading profile size exceeding the vehicle limit standard; overweight equipment (cargo) refers to the effect of the total weight of the vehicle on the bridge exceeding the designed live load. Mainly include: generator stators, rotors, boiler drums, water walls, deaeration tanks, high and low pressure heaters, large plate beams in large thermal power generation equipment, runners, upper and lower frames, rotors in large hydropower equipment , Stator, main shaft, seat ring, water guiding mechanism, gate hoist, main transformer, factory transformer, tie transformer, reactor, and high-voltage electrical equipment are all over-limit or overweight equipment. (1) Cargo dimensions: cargo with a length of 14 meters or more or a width of 3.5 meters or more or a height of 3 meters or more; (2) Single cargo or undisintegrable groups (bundles) weighing more than 20 tons )goods. Classification of Large Objects Large objects are divided into four levels according to their dimensions and weight (including packaging and supporting frames): (1) Class 1 large objects refer to those that meet one of the following standards: 1. The length is greater than 14 meters (including 14 meters) Less than 20 meters; ⒉ width greater than 3.5 meters (including 3.5 meters) and less than 4.5 meters; ⒊ height greater than 3 meters (including 3 meters) less than 3.8 meters; ⒋ weight greater than 20 tons (including 20 tons) Less than 100 tons. (2) Class II large objects refer to those that meet one of the following standards: 1. The length is greater than 20 meters (including 20 meters) and less than 30 meters; 2. The width is greater than 4.5 meters (including 4.5 meters) and less than 5.5 meters; ⒊The height is greater than 3.8 meters (including 3.8 meters) and less than 4.4 meters; ⒋The weight is greater than 100 tons (including 100 tons) and less than 200 tons. (3) The third-level large objects refer to those that meet one of the following standards: 1. The length is greater than 30 meters (including 30 meters) and less than 40 meters; 2. The width is greater than 5.5 meters (including 5.5 meters) and less than 6 meters; More than 4.4 meters (including 4.4 meters) and less than 5 meters; ⒋The weight is more than 200 tons (including 200 tons) and less than 300 tons. (4) Grade 4 large objects refer to those that meet one of the following standards: ⒈ length 40 meters and above; ⒉ width 6 meters and above; ⒊ height 5 meters and above; ⒋ weight 300 tons and above.
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