Implementing a preventive maintenance schedule can help you get the most out of your equipment, machinery or appliance. It helps minimise any costly downtime by identifying problems before they develop into faults.

We recommend preventive maintenance for most commercial and industrial equipment.  Its purpose is to evaluate the condition of the equipment and make any adjustments and repairs before problems develop.

Preventive maintenance has the goal of improving equipment life by preventing excess depreciation and impairment.

This maintenance includes but is not limited to:

  • Adjustments
  • Cleaning
  • Lubrication
  • Repairs
  • Replacements
  • Extension of equipment life

In preventive maintenance, equipment is repaired and serviced before failures occur. The frequency of maintenance activities is predetermined by schedules.

By introducing a regular maintenance schedule, equipment can be shut down at a time that suits you. Any required parts, supplies and personnel can be organised before the work starts. These measures decrease the total cost of maintenance.

We will provide a copy of the completed schedule once the work is complete.

Unexpected equipment breakdown can result in expensive callouts and delays in getting parts.