Cranes and lifting equipment need to be regularly serviced and maintained in order to operate efficiently and reliably
Our engineers are qualified to carry out machinery & tackle inspections as directed by The Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) & Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER)
Planned maintenance and repairs are essential to keeping your cranes and lifting equipment reliable and more importantly safe for your workforce. This also keeps your business working without any unforeseen interruption.
Your equipment needs to be serviced inline with the LOLER and PUWER regulations.
Service and maintenance should be scheduled in accordance with the crane manufacturer and the frequency of visits determined by the duty and workload of the crane.
We service all makes of overhead factory cranes & associated lifting equipment.
Our service plans are tailored for your convenience so please contact us at email@example.com for more details
When your crane is not running we understand that your business also stops. That's why we are here to get your crane back working again as soon as possible to get your production back up and running.
Each of our engineers has a workshop/van. The van is complete with a GR15 access platform for up to 6m working height.
General spare parts are carried within the vans like contactors, pendant buttons, trolleys, lubricants/greases, wire ropes and bearings.
We also hold stock of many parts at our Northampton works.
New parts and components are purchased from original crane manufacturers if we do not have them in stock.
Please also visit our service website at www.crane-servicing.co.uk/