The crane inspections that Decker Electric conducts consist of a hands-on type of preventative maintenance and inspection service. This is very important to note, because a visual inspection on its own might overlook mechanical and electrical deficiencies not apparent without actually handling the equipment.
Our crane inspections include, but are not limited to, the inspection of all brakes and any adjustment as required, checking oil levels and filling if needed, greasing the system, inspecting and lubricating load chains and wire ropes, checking electrical controls including contactors, transformers, and brake coils, inspection of the load hooks and latches, checking runway supports and structural connections throughout the crane system, and listing items which may not be in compliance with OSHA standards.
An inspection report including deficiencies and recommendations is given to the customer after the inspection process is completed. Inspection labels are affixed to the equipment that is deemed to be in service worthy condition. A follow-up quotation for any repairs required to bring the equipment up to OSHA standards is also prepared and is submitted for the customer's evaluation.
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