Transporting giant wheel loaders is a complex process that requires great care and planning. This process marks the beginning of a series of sequential processes. These steps start with the selection of the appropriate transportation vehicle. A special transport vehicle is needed to transport giant wheel loaders. This vehicle must of course be suitable for the dimensions, weight and characteristics of the loader. Additionally, the transport vehicle must have appropriate attachment points, fixing equipment and platforms.
We can list other important steps as follows
Preparing the Wheel Loader
To make the loader suitable for transportation, you must follow some steps. First of all, the fuel tank should be emptied so that we reduce the risk of fuel leakage. Next, cleaning the installer is another important issue. All parts of the loader must be checked. Additionally, if there is any protrusion (arm, bucket, etc.), it should be leveled against any negative effects on the route. If the piece does not flatten, it should be removed.
Placing the loader on the transport vehicle
After making the loader suitable for transportation, it is necessary to carefully load the loader into the vehicle, according to the specifications and instructions of the transportation vehicle. In this process, the wheel loader should be placed appropriately on the platform and its connection points and securely connected with fixing equipment. Before transporting, it is necessary to tighten the fixing straps or chains tightly to prevent the wheel loader from moving. Belts or chains should be checked carefully after tensioning.
Transporting the wheel loader safely
Safety should always be the top priority during the transportation of the Wheel Loader. It is necessary to obey speed limits, take bends carefully and leave enough space for other drivers. During transportation, it is necessary to check the loader regularly and ensure that its connections are secure.
Downloading the Wheel Loader
When the wheel loader reaches its destination safely, care should be taken to lower the loader carefully. If necessary, a crane or lifting equipment should be used to lower it onto solid ground.
Checks before maintenance and operation
After the loader is unloaded, it is necessary to perform maintenance and check all its parts before starting it up. It is very important to check the fuel, oil and hydraulic fluid levels before starting the loader. If necessary, test the loader and ensure that all its systems are working properly. Otherwise, serious accidents will inevitably occur in the field.
It should not be forgotten that transportation of giant wheel loaders requires professional experience and equipment. Therefore, the most appropriate option would be to seek help from experts in contacting a moving company.