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SWF – G-H-MS-BD-BG-BE
EFB3 Motor brake 90
EFB3 Motor brake 100
K100 – K125
KH80 – K81
As well as crane servicing, did you know that your lifting equipment requires regular inspections to ensure its continued safe use. Australian standards require you to have your lifting equipment inspected and tagged on a regular basis, based on the equipment.
Crane Aid not only have competent staff to inspect your equipment but we are also a development member of LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association), that have trained our technicians to the international standard.
Combined with a service agreement, this is the most cost effective solution to keeping all of your lifting equipment assets in a safe and serviceable state.
Click here or call one of our friendly sales staff on (03) 9706 5711 to enquire about how using Crane Aid can benefit your business
Is your crane 7- 10 years old? Have you been advised that your crane is/maybe due for a Major inspection?
Australian standards stipulate that cranes should be subject to a major inspection after 7 years, unless you have data logging that may extend the life of the mechanical components.
These inspections are carried out to assess a cranes suitability for continued safe use and to ensure compliance with today’s current standard.
A Major inspection by Crane Aid involves:
Removal of equipment from your site to our workshop by our technical staff.
Disassembly of all your motors and gear boxes with Non-destructive testing carried out on all critical components.
All equipment is factory tested before installation.
Installation with final commissioning and certified load testing.
Full inspection of Service history reports on equipment ensuring Australian standards compliance and to identify any operational trends.
DWP and report supplied by our in-house engineering team.
To stay compliant with AS2550.1 and ensuring the continued safe use of your lifting equipment, Third Party Inspections should be carried out on a 7 -10 yearly basis.
Do you have lifting equipment from a bygone era?
Have your operational requirements with your overhead crane changed?
Are you looking to control your crane by remote control or want to see how much work you crane is doing with a data logger?
How compliant is your crane? Does it need more/less maintenance?
A third party inspection is carried out to inspect component wear and standards conformity, as well as ensuring your equipment is being inspected at correct intervals.
Third party inspections by Crane Aid involve:
Full inspection of your asset onsite by our technical staff.
Full inspection of Service history reports on equipment ensuring Australian standards compliance and identify any operational trends.
DWP and report supplied by our in-house engineering team.
To stay compliant with AS2550.1 and ensuring the continued safe use of your lifting equipment, Third Party Inspections should be carried out on a 12 monthly basis.
Unsure of how much work your crane is doing and if it needs more/less maintenance?
By having one of our engineering team carry out a Design work period calculation (DWP) we can tailor a maintenance program to your cranes usage. With an engineered maintenance program, rectifications required by your crane can be found sooner only improving your equipment’s reliability and giving you less production downtime.
Tired of chasing your current provider to have your crane serviced?
With Crane Aid assisting you through a maintenance agreement you receive:
A fully staffed and managed maintenance program that relieves you of the need for additional management, staffing, and associated costs.
Fixed price servicing and hourly rate for the course of the agreement.
24/7 out of hours breakdown service with a person answering, not a machine.
Service history on a crane by crane, site by site basis.
Reporting and quotes that assist to help plan for future budgetary requirements
With an agreement, you can rest assured that you will receive the assistance required, so your lifting assets are not only reliable but compliant.
Our winches from the CRABster series deliver big-time performance in the smallest of spaces and support loads up to 250 t. These compact, robust hoists are ideal for heavy loads and high demands on classification and hoisting speed.
Overload protection through strain gauge load measurement, hoisting frequency inverter with a closed loop, encoder on the hoisting motor, frequency inverter controller for traveling machinery
Compact design and optimal approach dimensions
Construction using standard components, custom configurations with the calculation software CraneMaster
NOVA SILVERLINE is SWF’s flagship product series for electric wire rope hoists. The hoists are designed for loads for up to 80 t and stand out through their optimal use of space and efficiency at an economical price.
NOVA SILVERLINE is extremely flexible and adaptable to the needs of your customers. Individually configured electronic monitoring and control equipment can be added easily.
Compact design, minimal hook dimensions, best approach dimensions available on the market
Lifetime brake, rope drum with an extra-large diameter for minimal rope wear, lifetime lubricated hoist gear, smooth cross traveling controlled by a frequency inverter for less wear and tear
Minimal lateral hook movement, low load swing and smooth load movements controlled by frequency inverters
Click here or call one of our friendly sales staff on (03) 9706 5711 to enquire about an SWF hoist to enhance your business
SWF electric chain hoists from the CHAINster series are designed for loads up to 10 t. They offer high durability and flexibility to handle various types of loads. Aside from the standard features, CHAINster is also equipped with a cross travel frequency inverter drive, overload protection and non-contact limit switches for precise movement.
SWF’s hand chain blocks from the CRAFTster series handle loads up to 20,000 kg. They are robust and powerful. We offer many different design options, fixings and trolleys to support a wide range of uses.
Compact design, minimal hook dimensions, optionally with an integrated low-headroom trolley, push or chain driven trolleys available
Independent of the power supply, easy to operate, convenient transport to the site of operation. Low own weight, easier handling with optional overload protection
Robust, tried-and-tested construction, high-quality interior