Maintenance and Servicing
Alright, so here's the deal - if you've got lifting equipment, you need to make sure it gets serviced and inspected every six months as per the LOLER (Lift Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations). It's not just about ticking boxes and being compliant. Regular maintenance and servicing can keep your equipment in good shape and minimise downtime, which is always a win.
Benefits of Regular Maintenance and Servicing
Guys, I can't stress this enough - regular maintenance and servicing are absolute game-changers. You can prevent equipment breakdowns, which can save you a lot of time, money, and hassle. Just imagine the impact of even a single machinery breakdown on your garage's productivity - it's not pretty. But with regular maintenance, you can keep your operations running smoothly and prevent any unwanted surprises.
The Importance of a Planned Service Contract
Listen, I get it. Scheduling regular maintenance and servicing can be a pain. That's why it's worth considering a planned service contract. These contracts can make your life a lot easier by ensuring that everything is taken care of by a trusted and professional company. Lions Equipment offers such service contracts that can help protect your investment and improve your workshop's productivity.
Example of a Four-Post Lift Service
To give you an idea of what regular maintenance and servicing look like, check out this video from Lions Equipment. It's a four-post lift service that's been sped up from an hour to just one minute. You can see the care and attention that goes into maintaining the equipment, and it's a testament to the quality of service that Lions Equipment provides.