Operate where there are no structures etc. in the area up to 1.5m above the hopper. If there is any structure etc. in the area, the Slump Guard could touch it when operated, damaging the Slump Guard, the structure, and the concrete mixer truck.
Before operating the Slump Guard, confirm that there is no third party in the area behind the concrete mixer truck. In particular, during and after rain, rain water that collected in the Slump Guard could splash the area, causing injury to a third party and damage to their property.
Bands which fasten the sheet must be repaired if broken. Otherwise that could accelerate damage to the sheet.
Users who frequently drive at higher speeds risk much earlier sheet damage. We advise using repair tape to reinforce sheets before damage occurs.
Check that there are no people near the hopper before operating it.
If the Slump Guard moves suddenly, anyone nearby could fall into the drum or below the step and be injured or killed. They could also be injured by having a body part trapped in the Slump Guard.
Check regularly to confirm that the screws of the Slump Guard are not loose.
Check regularly to confirm that the bolts are not loose.
When the Slump Guard is mounted, the overall height of non-rubber steel parts in front and back of the hopper is increased. Check in advance whether it is possible to pass through places, particularly on roads with height restrictions.
If driving in violation of this warning results in hitting another structure, it can cause major accidental damage or personal injury to the Slump Guard, the structure, and third parties.
Keep it closed, because there is the risk of breakage during driving.