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RailQ™ Crane Runway Survey

Your rails may not be as straight as you think. A RailQ™ Runway Survey uses a remotely operated robot to give you an in-depth view of the alignment and condition of your crane rails. Combine RailQ with a CraneQ™ Geometric Survey for more information about the alignment of  the wheels, guide rollers and other components of your crane.


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CraneQ™ Crane Geometric Survey

Do your cranes suffer from premature wheel wear, rail wear, structural component failures or drive faults? All of these are common results of incorrect crane geometry. Have your crane operators complained about a crane making strange noises or positioning incorrectly? CraneQ Crane Geometric Survey helps you to find the root cause of these symptoms to avoid major problems and costly downtime.


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RopeQ™ Magnetic Rope Inspection

Wire ropes can contain hundreds of individual wires. Broken strands on the rope exterior can be found by visual inspections, but the condition of the core and inner wire strands cannot be seen. RopeQ Magentic Rope Inspection combines visual and magnetic inspection methods to assess your rope exterior as well as the internal wires, strands and core that are not readily visible. 


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Crane Reliability Study

A Crane Reliability Study will assess the current condition of your crane and its remaining design life. A team of trained Konecranes specialists will gather information, perform a detailed inspection, provide customized calculations and perform an engineering analysis. The comprehensive report and expert consultation will give you a roadmap for equipment repairs, modernizations or replacement.


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Gear Case Inspection

A Gear Case Inspection looks at internal components that are not typically evaluated during a routine inspection. We use an endoscope to visually inspect the gear wheels, bearings, shafts and keys, and perform an oil analysis. In some circumstances we recommend a gear case disassembly and non-destructive evaluation of the individual gears and other internal components.


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Coupling Inspection

The mechanical coupling between the hoist motor and the hoisting gear case is a critical component for the safe operation of lifting equipment. Failure of a hoist coupling may lead to load drop. The Coupling Inspection has been designed to uncover issues that may lead to coupling failure.


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Hook/Shank Inspection

The Hook/Shank Inspection has been designed to uncover issues that may lead to hook or bottom block failure. The bottom block of a crane is made up of many internal critical components that are not typically evaluated during regular inspections and preventive maintenance. 


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Below-the-Hook Inspection

This inspection has been designed to inspect the removable devices attached to your crane hook during operation. The inspection identifies deficiencies and deviations from local regulations.


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Crane Operator Training

Studies show human error is often the cause of crane accidents. Our crane operator training helps reduce errors and add skills that help avoid possible injury to personnel caused by improper operations. Training can be performed at your site or a Konecranes training facility.


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