Front-End Loader Safety Tips
#1: Before the loader starts normally, you should send out the necessary sound signals to warn pedestrians and other vehicles. At the same time, raise the bucket 500mm from the ground. During driving, you should test the reliability of the brakes and deliberately avoid obstacles or high-voltage lines.
Most importantly, the front end loader should not take other personnel except the ordinary operator and it’s absolutely not allowed to carry people with the wheel loader bucket.
#2: When the front wheel loader is running at high speed, the front wheel drive should be maintained. However, when it comes to low-speed scooping, it should be used for four-wheel drive. In addition, it is important to avoid sudden steering, sharp turns or emergency braking after loading.
#3: During the loading process of the articulated wheel loader, the loading capacity needs to be determined according to the density of the material. On the other hand, the driver should raise the loader arm to turn the bucket and reduce the speed of action.