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DOE-HDBK-1132-99
Electric hoists should be considered for the following:
loads of 5 tons or more,
lifts of more than 12 feet,
hoisting speeds of more than 4 feet per minute,
operating cycles of more than once per month.
Manual hoists should be considered for the following:
loads of less than 5 tons,
loads up to 24 tons, which are acceptable if the operating cycle is not
more than once per year,
lifts of less than 12 feet,
loads for which electric power is not readily available,
loads for which space availability prevents the use of electric hoists,
environments are detrimental to the use of electric components.
Pneumatic hoists should be considered in assembly bays and cells.
Forklift access should be provided throughout facilities.
When small changes in floor elevations occur, ramps, in lieu of stairs, will
permit forklift travel.
Forklift access ways should be sized to provide clearance for a 1500-
pound capacity unit.
1.2.5
Filters. This section provides guidelines for the layout and arrangement of
nuclear radioactive filters with emphasis on the methods of servicing, removing,
and handling the filter cartridges.
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