Hallamshire Engineering believes in establishing long-term commercial relationships with its customers and places great importance on a comprehensive post-sale support service. We employ service engineers who are permanently based in the field and can offer comprehensive service contract arrangements embracing entire production lines, including equipment of other makes.
While our products are designed to give constant high performance over a long trouble-free working life, like all tools and services, they do require regular maintenance to remain operating at their optimum efficiency. The Hallamshire Engineering pre-planned service and maintenance contract ensures service visits are carried out at regular intervals and can be scheduled into your production planning. Regular maintenance should greatly reduce the number of minor faults that occur, and more serious troubles will be remedied before they become critical to the operation process. In short, this should result in:
- Lower running costs
- Increased output
- Minimum re-work
- Minimum downtime
- Maximised profits
Installation & Commissioning
- All products can be purchased with the servicing engineer to install and commission your equipment.
- Each visit is followed up with a report giving you piece of mind on the quality of work ensuring optimum performance.
- As and where required, our engineers can offer onsite training to ensure that parts will be continually maintained to the correct standard
- We have a large field-based service team to suit your needs
Service Contracts & Auditing
- A pre-planned service and maintenance contract ensures service visits are carried out at regular intervals and can be scheduled into your production planning
- Our machine audits come with a comprehensive report detailing the current condition of the machine and any recommended spares
- Regular service visits should minimize downtime and allow for increased output
- Regular maintenance will greatly reduce the number of both minor and major faults before they become critical to the operation of the machine
- Service plans are bespoke to each customer depending upon needs
- Monitor conditions in machinery to identify changes that could indicate a developing fault
- It is a major part of predictive maintenance
- Implementing condition monitoring allows for maintenance to be scheduled and preventive actions taken to prevent further failure and subsequent unplanned downtime
- Wear on machine parts, bearings, rotors, or shafts can cause them to vibrate in unusual patterns that can be monitored, recorded, and analyzed, allowing us to identify defects and potential failures
- Condition monitoring systems provide important benefits from a financial, operational, and safety perspective