Preventative maintenance is essential to the health of your equipment. A successful maintenance strategy requires planning and scheduling maintenance of equipment before a problem occurs. By stopping a breakdown in its tracks with a preventative maintenance program, you’re keeping wear on major components to a minimum, and overall damage to the crane is averted.
At WH Scott, our crane experts apply a systematic risk and recommendation method of evaluation and a consultative planning and review process to drive continuous improvement in safety and productivity. We can also provide compliance and preventive maintenance inspections to satisfy your local requirements, this can include visual checks and routine maintenance work, such as adjusting and lubricating and replacement of wearing parts.
Even if the crane isn’t operated regularly, routine testing and inspection are important to ensure the equipment is ready to be used when needed. The frequency which these inspections should take place is based upon the usage of your crane