As Aşan Vinc, customer satisfaction has always been our priority. For this reason, in addition to the design and production of our cranes, we offer the best service to our customers in the fastest way with our experienced after-sales service team.
Our expert technical team is at the service of our valued customers for the periodic maintenance and controls of your cranes, spare parts and modernization needs.
In order for your cranes to have a longer service life, maintenance is required every 3 months. We are able to provide 24/7 service to our customers with whom we have periodic maintenance agreements.
We guarantee the supply of spare parts for all our cranes. Our spare parts stock is constantly checked and the highest number of products are kept in stock.
We also offer commissioning and supervision services for all your projects.
The frequency of crane maintenance can vary depending on several factors, including the type of crane, its usage intensity, environmental conditions, and manufacturer recommendations.
Here are some general guidelines for the periodicity of crane maintenance:
1. Daily Inspections: Conduct daily visual inspections before each shift to check for any obvious signs of damage or abnormalities. This includes checking for loose bolts, visible wear, or any other visible issues that may affect safe operation.
2. Weekly or Monthly Inspections: Perform more comprehensive inspections on a weekly or monthly basis. This involves examining components such as wire ropes, chains, brakes, and electrical connections for signs of wear, damage, or misalignment. Lubrication may also be performed during these inspections.
3. Quarterly or Semi-Annual Inspections: Conduct thorough inspections at least every three to six months. These inspections involve a detailed examination of critical components, such as load-bearing structures, hoist mechanisms, electrical systems, and safety devices. It may also include load testing to assess the crane's capacity and performance.
4. Annual Inspections: Schedule an annual inspection by a qualified crane inspector or a certified service provider. This inspection involves a comprehensive assessment of the entire crane system, including structural components, mechanical and electrical systems, safety features, and compliance with relevant standards and regulations.
It's important to note that these are general guidelines, and the actual maintenance intervals may vary based on factors specific to your crane and operating conditions. Always refer to the manufacturer's recommendations and any applicable regulatory requirements for the recommended maintenance intervals for your specific crane model.
Additionally, keep in mind that regular maintenance should be supplemented by immediate attention to any observed issues or malfunctions. If you notice any abnormalities or experience operational problems with the crane, it's important to address them promptly and perform maintenance or repairs as needed to ensure safe and reliable operation.