CSA B167 08 PDF
Find the most up-to-date version of B at Engineering CSA – B Overhead travelling cranes — Design, inspection, testing, maintenance, and safe operation. inactive. Details. History. The CSA B has recently published a new version of its B standard for overhead cranes, gantry cranes, monorails, hoists, and jib cranes.
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Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. I’m from Canada, and some canadian or international standards would be perfect! Annexes are designated normative mandatory or informative non-mandatory to define their application.
Depending on your jurisdiction’s requirements, the CMAA70 spec is quite likely applicable.
Some noticeable exceptions are foundry cranes and scrap yard cranes that use magnets. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework.
It likely has the necessary code references in too. You may have to call CSA to get a copy as I don’t see it listed on their webstore. You might consider subcontracting the whole deal to your local crane manufacturer I recently digitized my copy of the Third Edition an put the zipped. Design standards for Crane You might consider subcontracting the whole deal to your local crane manufacturer Design standards for Crane I’ve just glanced over it myself and there’s some very interesting stuff in there.
Inspecting Overhead Travelling Cranes
We have an old, tattered hard copy here at the office that is probably older than I am. Periodic inspections differ from operational inspections in that they also require an inspector to do the inspection from elevated position rather than just from the ground.
Detailed design requirements can be found in the North American and international standards referenced in Annex B. What kind of news would you like? There is a version of this standard that covers design and testing aspects. Testing is to be done in accordance of ISO and is meant to test functionality of the crane. Another good text out-of-print on cranes is “Whiting Crane Handbook”.
Regards, Qshake Eng-Tips Forums: B17, the need arises to overload a crane in a planned way. Work Safe Alberta says http: In the case of smaller portable units, the requirements in this Standard are supplemented by references cwa relevant ASME standards for specific equipment.
I’ve just glanced over it myself and there’s some very interesting stuff in there. Watch for future announcements! Practical evaluations must be completed within 60 days of completion of the theory portion of the course. Close this window and log in. The inspection requirements are split into operational inspections and periodic inspections. After proper testing and verification the crane is now ready for regular service.
Then there is the version that covers maintenance and inspection.
Safety Is Everyone’s Responsibility! The crane runway beams is another matter which should fall into normal steel design specifications AISC if you’re south of the river with the applicable fatigue requirements, etc. The version preface notes that this “newer” version is to coexist with the version until such time as that version is updated as CSA Z Inspectors will require a minimum of 10, 80 of experience related to the overhead crane industry or be directly supervised by a professional engineer in order to perform the inspection.
It appears to be left up to the employer or the training provider to dictate just what this expiry should be. In my experience this usually happens for installation or during a special project outside the normal scope of business.
I’d like to know what standard do apply to this situation. Ongoing maintenance and inspection are now required to follow the intervals laid out in B This includes gantry cranes that are commonly found in shops across Alberta and Canada.
The Architecture, Engineering and Construction AEC industry is constantly looking for process improvements to better manage potential project delays and costs. The first point worth noting is the classification of crane. It is a very good design document csx is most likely what csz are looking for. New Crane Standard B!!!
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The class of the crane is determined based on the operating conditions and duty load and ranges from A1-A8. This revision, B, now includes crane design and classification as well as crane operation ca operator qualifications and training requirements which are all components not covered by previous editions B or B Home Blog Services Contact About.
For overhead cranes, a misadventure could be an overload from too much weight on the hook, a high dynamic load applied from the crane in a number of ways including load shifting, collision on the hook or many other things.