OSHA requires load tests for all overhead crane installations prior to first use. ASME advises load testing every four years after first installation — and so do we.
Using your new crane or hoist system without an initial load test can lead to dangerous and costly mistakes. And periodic load tests are a powerful line of defense against equipment failure and threats to workplace safety.
We recommend you perform a load test on your crane and hoist equipment at least every four years. But not just anyone is trained to perform an effective load test.
Our team of experts are trained in performing thorough load tests to your crane and hoist system. We’ll spot any signs of wear or potential problems with your equipment to save you from costly and dangerous mistakes down the line.Request a service quote
We ensure all of your equipment is functioning properly, as well as help you meet any safety requirements in order to operate responsibly.
Safety is our first priority when repairing, servicing and inspecting your crane and hoist.
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