EquipMent Reliability
Practices.

Manufacturing facilities rely on equipment for production. Preventive maintenance helps to keep your facility and your equipment running at optimal perfromance.

Keep Your Plant Up and Running

Downtime is extremely costly to any business.  Preventative and emergency maintenance service and support keeps your automation and materials handling systems up and running.

Factory trained, OSHA-certified field service technicians can bring you a comprehensive range of service and support that will keep your systems and your factory operating at peak performance.

Service and Support

Preventive Maintenance Programs

Guard against downtime and unexpected equipment breakdowns by performing regular maintenance on your materials handling equipment – before something goes wrong.

A preventive maintenance program will keep your controls, lubrication, wearing surfaces, safety equipment, and other critical parts in top working order, minimizing unplanned outages that can cost your company valuable time.

Combined with our OSHA Safety and Compliance Inspections, preventative maintenance assures that your handling equipment will continue to perform at peak capacity.

Training Programs

Enhance your operators’ equipment proficiency with the skills to safely operate a smooth, on-time production line and the ability to identify and address potential issues.

  • Meet with your team to discover areas of concern.
  • Design a custom training program specifically tailored the needs of your materials handling system.
  • Train your operators and maintenance personnel on the safe ann effective use of your cranes, hoists, and automation equipment
  • Comprehensive presentation on the operation, controls, maintenance, and safety procedures necessary to run and maintain your equipment properly
  • Training Certificate documenting participation.

Equipment Inventory and Site Plan

An accurate record of your equipment, its specifications, and location in your plant will help guide your inspection and maintenance programs, while giving you ready access should you need for an internal audit, external (OSHA) inspection, or disaster recovery effort.

  • Develop a comprehensive inventory and site plan of your cranes, hoists, slings, chains, hooks, and other materials handling equipment.
  • Inventory will include serial and model numbers, manufacturer, drawing numbers, and other related information.
  • Equipment that may not have unique identifiers will be labeled and, where applicable, rated and/or load tested to identify the capacity of the equipment.

OSHA Safety and Compliance Inspections

Every manufacturing facility in the United States must comply with Occupational Safety and Health Standards Association (OSHA) or risk citations, charges, or even shutdown. Regular inspections will keep your system and your people safe.

OSHA-certified technicians will:

  • Inspect and ensure your equipment is in proper working order and compliant with OSHA regulations.
  • Perform minor repairs.
  • Identify safety concerns.
  • Report on each piece of equipment, detailing concerns and necessary repairs.
  • Quote for necessary parts, repairs and labor.
  • Digital record of inspection summary saved for future reference.
 

Service and Support falls into four critical areas:

Field Services
Han-Tek’s preventive maintenance, emergency breakdown, and training and inventory services keep things running and reduce downtime.

Equipment Modifications
Han-Tek will keep existing equipment up to speed with current technologies.

OSHA Inspections
Han-Tek’s OSHA inspections keep your workplace safe and ensure all cranes and hoists are up to federal regulations and codes.

Installations
Han-Tek provides the highest level of experience and expertise for installation of factory automation solutions and materials handling solutions.

Han-Tek inspection documentation is made easy with the use of InspectAll inspection software. With the automated documentation from InspectAll, the relevant information is readily available.

  • Embedded photos
  • Accurate historical documentation
  • Asset tracking
  • Compliance with ASME, ANSI, CMAA, and OSHA regulations

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5 Key Benefits of Preventive Maintenance

#1. Safety Assurance:
Preventive maintenance and inspections help ensure the safety of your workers and the workplace. By regularly checking and maintaining cranes and hoists, you can identify and address potential safety hazards before they lead to accidents, reducing the risk of injuries or damage to equipment.
#2. Extended Equipment Lifespan:
Regular maintenance and inspections can prolong the operational life of your cranes and hoists. By identifying and addressing minor issues early, you can prevent them from escalating into major problems that might necessitate costly repairs or replacements.
#3. Improved Efficiency:
Well-maintained equipment tends to operate more efficiently. This translates to increased productivity and reduced downtime. Preventive maintenance helps optimize the performance of your material handling system, leading to smoother operations and reduced delays.
#4. Cost Savings:
Preventive maintenance is often more cost-effective than reactive maintenance or emergency repairs. When you address issues proactively, you can plan and budget for maintenance activities, reducing the likelihood of unexpected and costly breakdowns.
#5. Compliance and Legal Requirements
In many industries, there are regulations and standards that mandate regular inspections and maintenance of cranes and hoists. Adhering to these requirements not only ensures legal compliance but also demonstrates a commitment to safety and professionalism, potentially reducing the risk of fines and legal liabilities.
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