Lifting Device Inspections

Crane & Hoist Inspection

Our Customer Service Department will develop a customized inspection schedule for your hoisting equipment based upon hours of use and the capacity of the crane/hoist per. (ANSI B30.16) There is no need for you to remember your inspection schedule; we make it hassle-free by notifying you two months prior to the inspection due date. Our Scheduling Department will book the inspection around your production schedule and when it’s convenient for you. Our inspection procedures were developed by our Technical team and Engineering personnel to follow the requirements of ANSI B30.16. You can depend on us to keep your staff safe and in compliance with the government regulations.

In addition to inspecting your cranes and hoists, we also offer a custom operator training program tailored to your equipment and lifting applications. Our on-site training includes a custom manual and training certificate for each of your employees.

Below the Hook

ANSI B30.20 describes the requirement of the installation, inspection, testing and maintenance of structural & mechanical lifting devices found below the hook (of a crane).

Lift Truck Inspection

We provide an unbiased inspection of your lift trucks. We do not perform repairs or sell replacement parts so you can be sure we are reporting the actual condition of your trucks. Each truck receives a certificate of compliance highlighting any deficiencies, including any cracks found utilizing magnetic particle inspection. Our technician will thoroughly explain any deficiencies and answer any questions.

Our testing procedures meet or exceed the standards of ANSI, and Industrial Truck association. 

Not only do we inspect your trucks but we can also provide on-site operator training to your employees, which includes manuals, wallet cards and certificates for each employee trained.

Ultrasonic Testing

Ultra Sonic Testing provides our customers with the added piece of mind that component pieces such as pins and shafts that are unable to be seen are in good working condition and not stressed or deformed. We also provide detailed reports indicating the thickness of equipment such as tank walls and floor slabs.

Material Handling

Let Technical Loadarm support you, the employer with your due diligence as per OSHA Section 29 CFR. We have the ability to inspect and manage much more than just your lifting devices. Our expertise extends to include a comprehensive inspection of your material handling equipment.

Contact us for more information on inspection programs for the following:

  • Industrial Racking
  • Support Stands or Tables
  • Fixed Access Ladders
  • Dock Levellers
  • Product Lifts

We perform safety inspections on the following:

  • Bridge Cranes
  • Mobile Cranes
  • Manual Hoists
  • Electric Hoists
  • Air Hoists
  • Lift Trucks
  • Chain Slings
  • Wire Rope Slings
  • Fabric Slings
  • Front End Loaders
  • Battery Hoists
  • Car Hoists
  • Lift Truck Hoists
  • Spreader Beams
  • Crane Magnets
  • Tong Attachments
  • Pallet Lifters
  • Sheet Lifter
  • Plate Lifters
  • Coil Lifters
  • C Hooks
  • J Hooks
  • Crane Hooks
  • Coil Up Enders
  • Man-lifts
  • Zoom Boom
  • Snorkel Lifts
  • Man Cages
  • Pallet Trucks
  • Die Carts
  • Lift Tables
  • Eyebolts
  • Swivel Hoist Rings
  • Shackles
  • Die Lifters
  • Lift Truck Booms
  • Basket Lifters
  • Coil Cradles
  • Barrel Dumpers
  • Safety Harness
  • Lanyards
  • Front End Loaders
  • Jacks
  • Die Stands
  • Mass Production Parts
  • Rods & Pins
  • Dock Levellers
  • Conveyor Hooks
  • Attachments

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