Overhead Crane Inspection in Cuba, MO

Overhead crane inspection in Cuba, MO. Due to the size and weight of the objects often being lifted by overhead cranes, daily usage can lead to degradation or, worse, a dangerous breakdown that puts you, your team, or your company at risk. Which is why periodic and frequent crane inspections are required to not only keep them working at peak performance, but to also keep your personnel safe, reduce costly downtime, and extend the life of your equipment.

At Engineered Lifting Systems, we offer on-site crane inspection services to industries and businesses in Cuba. We are proud have all of our certifications to perform inspections that meet OSHA, ASME and CMAA standards. To speak with our team about overhead crane inspection or to get started on a quote, do not hesitate to call 866-756-1200 or contact us.



Crane Inspection Services Cuba

Our Cuba overhead crane company is experienced in performing all types of crane services, including full inspections where we go through an extensive crane inspection checklist. The frequency with which you need to have inspections completed will depend upon the environment and type of service that the crane performs.

Inspection services offered by Engineered Lifting Systems:

  • Frequent Inspections (Daily or monthly)
  • Periodic Inspections (Monthly or annual)
  • Initial Crane Inspections
  • Written or electronic inspection report for your records
  • A review of existing inspection and training records
  • Detailed inspection of limits and limit operation, wire ropes, drive components, mechanical couplings, and brakes
  • Consultation on inspection reports and actionable items regarding mechanical issues, hazards, or opportunities for improvement


Crane Inspection Checklist | Cuba Frequent Crane Inspection

Frequent crane inspections performed monthly or as often as daily can help identify potential problems and address them before a costly accident occurs. Over time, normal wear and tear can eventually catch up and wreak havoc on the components and structure. Operational and visual inspections keep the crane in optimal operating condition, which is where our technicians excel!

Frequent inspections include checking the following list of items:

  • Wire ropes – Look for broken strands, fraying, kinks, any deformation or damage to the rope structure, loss of lubricant, etc.
  • Hoist chains and end connections – Look for distorted links interfering with proper function, excessive wear, twists, and stretch beyond manufacturer’s recommendations. If necessary, add some lubrication.
  • Air or hydraulic systems – Look for deterioration or leakage in tanks, lines, drain pumps, valves, etc.
  • Hooks – Look for deformation, cracks, etc.
  • Functional operating mechanisms – Look for maladjustment.
  • Braking motions – Make sure that stopping distance is normal and that there is not excessive drift.
  • Hoist trolley and bridge – Run through complete motions.
  • Rope reeving – Make sure it is in working-condition according to manufacturers’ recommendations.
  • Safety – Test safety devices and check that warning and other safety labels are present and legible.

OSHA Annual Crane Inspection | Cuba Periodic Crane Inspection

Overhead crane safety is regulated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910.179 which calls for inspections to be performed periodically in one to 12-month intervals. Other governing bodies include ASME (The American Society of Mechanical Engineers) and CMAA (Crane Manufacturers Association of America) which have similar standards.

According to OSHA, periodic inspections include checking the following items:

  • Distorted, cracked, or worn parts such as shafts, bearings, rollers, pins, gears, clamping and locking devices
  • Loose rivets or bolts
  • Worn or cracked drums and sheaves
  • Wind, load, and other indicators over their full range
  • Excessive wear on ratchets, pawls, linings, and brake system parts
  • Excessive chain stretch or wear on chain drive sprockets
  • Pitting or deterioration of pushbutton stations, limit switches, and controller contactors
  • Improper performance or non-safety-compliant electric, gasoline, diesel, or other power plants
  • Corroded, cracked, or deformed members

Initial Crane Inspections in Cuba, MO

Any modified, repaired, reinstalled, altered, new, or updated crane needs to be inspected to ensure compliance prior to the first use. For instance, ANSI B30.11 requires a Rated Load Test and more before you can use the overhead crane.

These inspections should be performed by experienced OEM representatives to make sure all working components have been tested and properly installed. These trained technicians must provide a written report of the findings. At Engineered Lifting Systems, our team is proud to have the pertinent crane inspection certifications in place. Speak with us today to come take a look at your new crane before getting started!


Contact Our Overhead Crane Inspectors Cuba, MO | Engineered Lifting Systems

Let our overhead crane inspectors take a look at your overhead crane now! For over 15 years, we have been providing industries in Cuba with OSHA-compliant crane services of all kinds. To get started on a quote for overhead crane inspection in Cuba, MO, please contact us or call our team at 866-756-1200.