Konecranes has won the ‘Best Practice in Safety’ award at the 2019 Bulk Handling Awards for its advanced planned maintenance technology, MAINMAN.
Konecranes’ MAINMAN technology is used in major infrastructure, industrial, logistics and materials handling projects where equipment must be cost-efficiently maintained in peak condition to optimise uptime and ensure critical work proceeds without breakdowns.
Konecranes says MAINMAN technology – like any preventative maintenance program – is designed to help safety-conscious Australian companies ensure they are totally standards compliant. MAINMAN uses all available crane data to customise the program to the customer’s equipment, application and duty cycle to make it as efficient as possible.
MAINMAN provides an in-depth picture of the condition of lifting equipment, as well as routine maintenance work such as adjusting and lubricating.
The service includes routine and preventive maintenance inspection, visual checks, and operational and functional testing of cranes and lifting equipment.
Konecranes says that to make the best use of this innovative technology, insights can be drawn by observing anomalies, patterns and trends, helping users make fact-based decisions.
Konecranes experts can assist in analysing reports and providing recommendations that help to avoid downtime.
Konecranes is the world’s largest crane service organisation, with more than 600,000 pieces of lifting equipment under service contract worldwide.
For more information contact Konecranes on tel: 1300 937637, or visit: www.konecranes.com.au.