Corrective maintenance is carried out after a fault is detected. It aims to restore your crane to a condition in which it can perform its intended function. Timely repair of known faults reduces the likelihood of emergency breakdowns and is often mandated by regulation.
Retrofits are a relatively easy and economical way to add current features and technologies to your existing overhead crane. Common retrofits include hoist and component replacements, variable speed control, radio remote control and LED lighting. Compared to modernisations, retrofits typically require much less planning and downtime.
Correcting known faults is good for safety and makes economic sense. Component faults identified during inspections and preventive maintenance are documented and corrective actions are discussed with you. We will coordinate crane and hoist repairs around your production schedule in order to minimise downtime.
In the event of a breakdown, contact us for emergency repairs.