Please use the form below to generate a guide quote for rope replacement for your car lift and we will be in touch shortly to discuss it in further detail and get a date booked in the diary. We work with the following manufacturers currently; Werther, APAC, OMA, Tecalemit, HH Lions, SUN, Crypton, Hofmann and the different models can be selected with the form.
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With our wire rope replacement service, we pride ourselves on providing our customers with the highest level of professionalism and service. We understand that downtime can be a major inconvenience for your business, which is why we work closely with you to ensure that the replacement is done at a time of your choosing, with a quick turnaround.
Our team of engineers will work around your schedule to minimise any disruption to your business operations. We strive to provide fast and efficient service without sacrificing quality or safety. Our goal is to ensure that your car lift is up and running as quickly as possible, so you can get back to serving your customers and growing your business.
With our UK-manufactured wire ropes and our commitment to customer satisfaction, you can trust that you're getting the best service and products available.
Contact us today to learn more about our wire rope replacement service.
Car lifts use wire ropes as part of the system to hoist vehicles off the ground, and over time, these ropes can become worn or damaged. This can compromise the safety and reliability of the lift, making it necessary to replace the wire ropes to ensure that the lift is functioning properly.
Here are some reasons why car lifts need their wire ropes changing:
In summary, car lifts need their wire ropes changing due to wear and tear, corrosion, weight capacity issues, and safety regulations. It is important to replace the wire ropes regularly to ensure the safety and reliability of the lift.
In the UK, the safety regulations for wire ropes used in car lifts are primarily set out in the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER). These regulations set out the requirements for the safe use and maintenance of lifting equipment, including car lifts and their wire ropes.
Specifically, the LOLER regulations require that lifting equipment, including car lifts, must be thoroughly examined by a competent person at regular intervals, which should be determined by a risk assessment. The examination should cover all aspects of the lifting equipment, including the wire ropes, to ensure that they are safe to use.
Additionally, PUWER requires that lifting equipment, including car lifts, must be suitable for their intended use, maintained in a safe condition, and inspected regularly to ensure that it remains safe to use. This includes inspecting the wire ropes for wear, damage, or corrosion.
In summary, the safety regulations in the UK require that car lifts and their wire ropes are regularly inspected and maintained to ensure that they are safe to use. The frequency of inspections should be determined by a risk assessment, and any issues with the wire ropes should be addressed promptly to prevent accidents or injuries.
While a risk assessment is an important part of determining the frequency of inspections, it is not the only factor that is considered. The frequency of inspections for car lift wire ropes can also be determined by the manufacturer's recommendations, the intensity and frequency of use of the equipment, and any relevant industry or regulatory requirements.
The frequency of inspections for wire ropes on car lifts can vary depending on these factors. For example, a car lift that is used frequently or in a high-intensity environment may require more frequent inspections than one that is used less frequently. Similarly, if the manufacturer's recommendations or relevant industry or regulatory requirements specify a particular inspection frequency, this should be followed.
Therefore, while a risk assessment is an important part of determining the frequency of inspections for wire ropes on car lifts, it is not the only factor that is considered, and other factors should also be taken into account.
The wire ropes used on car lifts have a limited lifespan and must be replaced at regular intervals to ensure their safe and reliable operation. While the specific replacement interval can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type and condition of the wire ropes, the frequency and intensity of use, and any relevant industry or regulatory requirements, it is generally recommended that wire ropes be replaced every six years.
One reason for this is that wire ropes can deteriorate internally over time due to factors such as fatigue, wear, and corrosion. While regular visual inspections can help to identify external signs of damage or wear, they may not reveal damage or wear that has occurred inside the rope, which can compromise its strength and safety. For this reason, it is recommended that wire ropes be replaced at regular intervals to ensure their safe operation.
It's worth noting that while the six-year replacement interval is a common guideline, the specific replacement interval may vary depending on the factors mentioned above. Additionally, it's important to follow any relevant industry or regulatory requirements that may specify a particular replacement interval or inspection schedule. Regular inspections of the wire ropes by a competent person can help to identify any signs of wear or damage, and can help to ensure that the ropes are replaced at the appropriate interval to maintain the safety and reliability of the car lift.
WERTHER 547 | WERTHER 547INC | WERTHER 442LP | WERTHER 443 | WERTHER 433SR | WERTHER 433SRJC | WERTHER 450 | WERTHER 450N/5 | WERTHER 450LT | WERTHER 460 | WERTHER 480 | WERTHER 430 | WERTHER 430BL | WERTHER 443ATLT | WERTHER 450AT | WERTHER 450ATLV | WERTHER 450/3DB | WERTHER 450AT/5 | WERTHER 450ATLT | WERTHER 450ATLTPG |
APAC 1547 | APAC 1547INC | APAC 1524 | APAC 1524JC | APAC 1524SRJC | APAC 1526 | APAC 1526JC | APAC 1526ALT | APAC 1526BL5 | APAC 1526L5 | APAC 1526LT | APAC 1526LTJC
BRADBURY H4101 ATL | BRADBURY H4101 MOT | BRADBURY H4101 MOT SR | BRADBURY H4101 SERVICE | BRADBURY H4103 ATL | BRADBURY H4103 MOT | BRADBURY H4103 SERVICE | BRADBURY H4301 | BRADBURY H4303 SERVICE | BRADBURY H4501 SERVICE | BRADBURY H4503 SERVICE | BRADBURY H4553 MOT (PRE 07-2007) | BRADBURY H4603 | BRADBURY H4701 ATL | BRADBURY H4703 ATL SL (PRE 07-2007)
OMA 547 | OMA 547INC | OMA 522 | OMA 523 | OMA 524 | OMA 524ALT | OMA 524BLT | OMA 524JC | OMA 524JCSR | OMA 526 | OMA 526B | OMA 526JC | OMA 526JCB | OMA 526LT | OMA 526ALT
TECALEMIT SF9047 | TECALEMIT SF9054 | TECALEMIT SF9057 | TECALEMIT SF9250 | TECALEMIT SF9254 | TECALEMIT SF9257 | TECALEMIT SF9266 | TECALEMIT SF9480 | TECALEMIT SF9259 | TECALEMIT DE7341 QUADRA
HH LIONS 524 | HH LIONS 524JC | HH LIONS 524JCSR | HH LIONS 526 | HH LIONS 526JC | HH LIONS 526JCL5
SUN 524JC | SUN 526JC | SUN 526JCL5 | SUN 526JC5 | SUN SVL4000 | SUN SVL4000/7 | SUN SVL5000
CRYPTON C4L840 | CRYPTON C4L841 | CRYPTON C4L870 | CRYPTON C4L871 | CRYPTON C4L870L | CRYPTON C4L871L | CRYPTON C4L874 | CRYPTON C4L875
HOFMANN 450AT | HOFMANN 450JC | HOFMANN QUADRA | HOFMANN QUADRA450