Crane Servicing and Repair
Employers must ensure that their equipment is safe and in a serviceable state, as set out in both the LOLER and PUWER legal requirements. Equipment must be serviced by a qualified inspector every 12 months, and at Towne, we are able to merge this with a general service of your equipment. This minimises downtime, and maximises the crane’s lifespan. We can also advise on service schedules, which take into account the crane’s age and use and importance to production.
Our overhead crane maintenance team are highly skilled and knowledgeable in mechanical and electrical work. This means that they can service the crane, diagnose any issues, and recommend repairs incredibly effectively. Our team is able to spot components that are being worn down and can recommend the best improvements, whether that’s a retro fit or whether it needs to be modernised, before the wear becomes a safety or production issue. Our proactive approach to successfully maintaining cranes means that we can reduce downtime even further and reduce the overall cost for our clients.
You can view the full history of the services that your crane has received on the unique online portal, which documents each maintenance and repair, and provides complete traceability of your equipment.
We are committed to minimise any downtime that a client may face, because of this, we offer a 24/7, 365 days a year overhead crane breakdown service across the UK. We seek to respond to calls within 4 hours, arriving at your site, diagnosing the problem, and if possible, conducting immediate repairs to get your crane back up and running.
- To report a breakdown, give our expert team a call on: 01642 214797