During crane or trolley running, the brakes or limit switches may suddenly break down. Due to inertia, the vehicle will continue in the state of motion until running into the end stop preset at both ends of its runway track. The aim of adding a crane buffer to the contact area between the end stop and trolley or crane is to absorb the majority of energy produced in an impact shock. Following is a list of two buffer forms most commonly in use today.
1. Lightweight design available at a competitive price
2. Easy of maintenance and repair
3. Resistant to corrosion, impact and stress
4. Generate neither noise nor sparks during operation, thus suitable for use in explosive atmosphere.
Port, waste management, wind power, automobile, transformer, storage and logistics, steel, tunnel, construction machinery, metallurgy and ship-building industries.