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North American Industries offers an array of services (collectively known as CRISP) to optimize the safe, reliable operation of your overhead bridge, gantry, and monorail crane(s). At your option, your plan may include one or more of the following:
- Periodic Safety and Performance Inspection
- Preventative Maintenance
- Operator Training
- Classroom Training
- Load Tests
- 24/7 hotline
- Recommended Spare Parts
- Crane Re-Tasking, Refurbishment & Modernization
- Written Reports of the Services
CRISP services are based on OSHA regulations, CMAA recommendations, and insurance requirements (refer to OSHA 1910.179, ANSI/ASME B30.2, and CMAA Specification 78). CRISP has been developed utilizing North American Industries' vast experience in overhead crane engineering, manufacturing, safety and service.
Protect your investment, increase your safety, and improve your efficiency.
We provide timely, quality service by dispatching local, qualified and experienced crane technicians.
We can perform a single service visit or provide a renewable single or multi-year plan to address your specific needs.
Benefits of CRISP
You will address OSHA regulations, save time, and decrease costs. North American Industries knows the importance of having a safe, well-maintained and inspected crane. Regular inspection and maintenance will:
- Prevent accidents and maintain safe operation of your bridge, gantry, or monorail crane through inspections and operator training
- Avoid unnecessary interruptions in production
- Ensure peak efficiency throughout your crane's long life
- Address potential problems before they become more costly or inconvenient
- Reduce overhead costs associated with parts, lubricants and tools
- Reduce downtime by scheduling when production will not be interrupted
What Does a Safety Inspection Include?
Depending on your overhead crane’s duty cycle and environment, North American Industries can provide
periodic and/or frequent safety inspection and maintenance visits. A typical inspection includes the following:
- A complete inspection of all major components that complies with our interpretation of the appropriate OSHA regulations and CMAA recommendations
- Full lubrication of all required components
- Inspection of bolted and welded connections
- Minor adjustments to both electrical and mechanical components, including but not limited to: limit switches, control systems, brakes and trolley flange
- Operational tests through full range of functions
- 24/7 Customer Service Hotline
- Detailed inspection report along with summary of issues to be addressed
- Written recommendations for repairs, spare parts inventory, and additional maintenance requirements