Our Equipment Maintenance Plans take all the hassle out of ensuring your forklifts are being maintained according to your standards. Avoid costly breakdowns and lost productivity by allowing us to manage your ongoing forklift fleet maintenance. This leaves you to doing what you do best and lets us do what we do best servicing your lift equipment!
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Keeping your Forklift working properly for years, comes down to how you Maintain It. We have gathered a couple of helpful tips for you to check on a regular basis. It is always KEY to make sure all your fluids are topped off and your moving parts are ALWAYS Lubricated.
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Step 1: Keep all moving parts well lubricated. Most moving joints, or parts, of the forklift are greased. This is done to prevent the harmful effects of friction. Ensure that all these fittings are greased on a regular basis, making sure to remove all worn out ball bearings.
Step 2: Check fluid levels regularly. There are various fluids that help the engine and other working parts of the forklift to run efficiently. These include the transmission and hydraulic fluids, coolants, as well as motor oil. Check these fluids regularly, albeit depending on how often the forklift is being used. Daily checks are necessary if the forklift is used on a daily basis.
Step 3: Keep your forklift charged or fueled. Forklifts may be powered by battery, liquid propane (L.P.) gas, diesel fuel or gasoline. If your machine uses a battery, then make sure to ensure that the battery is fully charged always. Also, make sure the tank is always full, if your forklift uses gas or fuel.
Step 4: Keep Forklift Gauges Functioning Properly. Gauges and lights found on the instrument panel of the forklift give an indication when some part is malfunctioning. Therefore, attention must be paid to these instruments and the appropriate measurements taken, when they indicate any faults. Doing so will forestall more expensive repairs.