Preventive to Minimize Failure and Repair Costs
Ideally, industrial trucks should not require repairs in the first place. After all, apart from damage due to accidents, most repairs on warehouse handling equipment or forklift trucks are due to continuous use, i.e., due to entirely normal wear and tear. In particular, major repairs can be avoided, if wear is promptly detected, minimized, and prevented.
Matching Servicing Intervals
Detect damage and leaks, check the brake system and the steering system, replace the hydraulic oil: As part of corresponding servicing contracts, Linde service technicians can promptly identify wear and take the necessary measures. The servicing intervals are defined by the manufacturer’s specifications and are adapted to the specific truck in the event of an increased workload. The Linde service team coordinates the servicing deadlines with the regular safety checks, such as emissions tests. This means that companies can also satisfy the legal requirements, all in a single step.
Seamless Check Thanks to State-of-the-art Diagnostics
Powerful control technology, as used in the automotive industry, also allows industrial trucks to be analyzed quickly and reliably. In addition to regular maintenance, this also allows the Linde service technician to suggest preventative measures to avoid costs for unplanned failures and short-term repairs.
Regular servicing ensures that all forklifts are operational for the long term, and that downtimes and repair costs are reduced.