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2018-3
CRANE 1 has begun phasing in InSpec, our custom field automation solution that provides Inspection clients with 24 hour or faster turnaround of professional, easy to read periodic and frequent inspection reports of crane and hoisting equipment. 

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2018-2
Inspecting hoisting brakes for proper functioning is a key element of a proper periodic inspection and important to ensure that the load does not drop unexpectedly creating a potentially fatal safety hazard.

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2018 -1
The wire rope on your hoist, just like the tires on your car incur the brunt of the wear and tear of daily use. Wire ropes have a finite life that is much shorter than the expected life of the hoist. Improperly installed, poorly lubricated, worn and damaged hoisting ropes routinely fail, causing the potential for a catastrophic accident. In fact a hoisting rope that was in perfect condition the day before can be ruined by a single damaging lift that causes a kink or bird cage.

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“If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.” That idiom has been conventional wisdom for generations.
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Your overhead crane equipment represents a substantial investment for your company, and there’s a lot that goes on in your operation that depends on that equipment.
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Few pieces of equipment in your facility are as important as your overhead crane.
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Providing a safe working environment in the world of manufacturing is everyone’s responsibility, from the workers on the production floor to management creating the safety policies.
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There are few items in your facility that work as hard as your overhead crane or hoist system. You rely on that equipment every day to move thousands of pounds worth of materials and equipment to where they need to go.
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The proper operation and safety of your overhead cranes and hoists is vitally important since they potentially carry heavy loads near workers and over critical machinery and equipment.
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