Durham Lifting’s crane service engineers have extensive experience of all makes and models of crane and hoist, and carry out a range of services, maintenance and repair to a wide variety of lifting equipment. Our service team are experts in applying systematic planning and review your processes in order to drive continuous improvement in safety and productivity. Their aim is to achieve maximum performance at all times, while extending lifespan, increasing safety and reducing your long-term maintenance/repair cost on your asset.
Preventative Crane Maintenance is the cost effective, time saving and intelligent alternative to reactive repairs. As well as reducing the likelihood of a breakdown, preventative maintenance will keep your cranes in peak condition, minimising downtime and maximising the productivity of your equipment. Durham Liftings’ team of crane specialists work with you to plan your preventative maintenance program specifically tailored to suit the demands of your operational schedule.
Our network of crane service engineers are on call 24/7, providing you the security in knowing that operational support is available at your convenience.
- LIFTING EQUIPMENT
- THOROUGH EXAMINATION
- SHEAVE BLOCK OVER-HAUL, SERVICE AND REPAIR
- CRANE MODIFICATION
We provide an extensive range of overhead lifting equipment and installation services to the following systems:
- Jib Cranes
- Light Crane Systems
- Monorail Systems
- Hoists (electric & pneumatic)
- Radio Controls
Our qualified engineers can undertake a thorough inspection and examination of all types of lifting and moving equipment.
All inspections are completed in accordance with BS 7121, LOLER/PUWER requirements at a time you choose to minimise disruption to your production schedule.
Durham Liftings’ qualified team provide a turn-key operation for crane hook blocks, including full strip, service, repair and proof load testing prior to painting and despatch.
If your lifting equipment no longer meet your operational needs, Durham Lifting can upgrade it to meet your new requirements. Old equipment can be refurbished – resulting in substantial cost savings when compared to replacements, utilising new or reconditioned parts.