Inspection methods and common utensils for outdoor amusement equipment
The inspection of outdoor amusement equipment is a series of activities centered on the safe operation of the equipment, and it is also the basic work to ensure that outdoor amusement equipment can reduce failures and operate normally. In the inspection of outdoor amusement equipment, it is difficult to accurately find the fault location and parts before they occur. It usually depends on the experience of the inspection operator on the basis of inspection and records. Let’s look at the specific situation below.
1. Visual inspection. It mainly refers to visually inspecting and judging the location, appearance, and operating status of amusement equipment, so as to achieve careful observation, accurate judgment, correct handling, and detailed records.
2. Hearing test. It refers to judging whether it is normal by listening to the sound during the operation of the amusement equipment. One is to listen directly, and the other is to use a “listening stick”.
3. Check by smell. It is to use the nose to ensurewhether there is any abnormal smell in the inspected part of the amusement equipment.
4. Manual inspection. Refers to shaking, patting, holding and twisting by hand to check and judge whether there are any abnormal phenomena such as looseness and leakage of parts.
5. Touch. It is usually used to check the temperature of amusement equipment, usually with fingers or the back of the hand.
6. Check by measuring. It refers to the use of measuring toolsto measure various limits such as gaps and distances of related parts.
7. Check by test. Refers to the use of instruments to test voltage, current, resistance and other data and circuit status.
8. Check by tapping. It mainly refers to hitting metal or non-metal parts with moderate force with a hammer or stick, and judging the tightening degree of the screw, the pressure degree of the parts and whether the parts are broken by the sound and the vibration feeling of the hand.
Common inspection utensils
1. Telescope. A tool mainly used to observe the higher parts of amusement equipment.
2. Magnifying glass and microscope. Common toolsmainly used to observe the details of amusement equipment.
3. Mirror. It is mainly used to help reflective observation when it is difficult to observe directly with the eyes.
4. Camera. A camera is used to take pictures when a fixed image is needed to check the amusement equipment.
5. Warning signs. It is mainly used for warning prompts during inspection to avoid danger caused by misoperation by others.
When the above appliances are in use, it is necessary to ensure that the clarity and performance parameters are normal.