An expert eye ensures significant savings
Investment in expert supervision or an inspection will pay you well when it prevents even a short period of downtime.
Equipment performance is improved by ensuring that the machine settings are correct so that the highest possible unloading/loading capacities are maintained. We review the safety of your machine during these visits.
Inspections spot upcoming issues
The purpose of an inspection is to identify problem areas or component damage not detected during regular maintenance, as well as to improve overall operation. Inspections check that wear is following an expected pattern. Any abnormalities are investigated and remedial measures suggested to rectify the problem with minimal impact on availability.
Mechanical and electrical inspections are available based on your needs and the machine’s condition. An inspection report includes comments on each part inspected and describes the need for any special attention, maintenance, repair or upgrade required. It includes recommendations regarding any further investigation or assistance needed from Bruks Siwertell. The report also specifies any training needs.
One-off inspections are available on request and are also offered as part of the service agreement.
Training enhances efficiency
We are committed to maintaining the safe, reliable operation of our products throughout their long working lives; training is a key element in this process. Effective operator training increases equipment familiarity and skill in routine operations and emergencies, leading to improve safety and efficient, cost-effective use.
Avoid unplanned downtime
Investment in an inspection
will be paid for even if only a few days
downtime are avoided. If you have a proactive
approach to maintenance you will have
fewer breakdowns and service labor and
spare parts can be planned well ahead
of critical replacement dates, which will
Supervision ensures safety and performance
We offer supervision for operators wishing to undertake their own maintenance or upgrade work. A supervising engineer will make sure that the work is performed correctly, deliver training where appropriate and ensure that all machine settings optimize performance. The safety of a machine is also assessed, along with any further training needs.