Accessibility of Documents

  • Is One Set of Safety Material Per Store available at the Store? A Set includes:
    Installation/Operation/Parts Manual, ALI “Lift It Right” Guide and Safety Requirements for Operation, Inspection and Maintenance Guide (ALOIM 5.6.2.1)

  • Is a copy of the ALI/LP-Quick Reference Guide, Vehicle Lifting Points for Frame Engaging Lifts available at the location? (ALOIM 5.6.2.3)

  • Identify Year

  • If an answer to a question shows a failed response add relevant notes (including action performed (if any) , QTY, other). Take photos to document the condition noted. References in the questions are to the current ANSI/ALI ALOIM Standard for Automotive Lifts Safety Requirements for Operation, Inspection and Maintenance
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  • Rated Load Capacity Label, is it legible? (ALOIM 5.6.2.5)

  • Record capacity (lbs)

  • What Type of Lift is being inspected?

Lift and Bay Inspection

  • Are the Lift Safety Labels ALI/WL101 present and legible? (ALOIM 5.6.2.4)

  • Is there adequate clearances around the lift to accommodate anticipated service activities? (ALOIM 5.6.2.7)

  • Is the concrete floor within 12 inches of the base plate free of any cracks and/or spalls? (INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL)

  • Examine all accessible structural components
    for signs of fatigue, overloading, misuse or
    abuse including welds (ALOIM 5.6.2.8)

  • Are there any exposed surfaces and/or edges with burrs or sharp edges?
    (ALOIM 5.6.2.15)

  • Is the lift free of any signs of excessive corrosion on the Lift? (ALOIM 5.6.2.15)

  • Are all nuts and bolts present and secure? (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Check with operator to ascertain any unusual
    operating characteristics (ALOIM 5.6.3.4)

Cables or Chains

  • Check for master links (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check for corrosion (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check for wear (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check for stretching (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check for damage (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check tension & adjust as needed (ALOIM 5.6.2.20)
    If Action Required, state action needed

  • Locks synchronized, Check the operation of
    the synchronization/equalization system by
    running the lift through its full excursion (ALOIM 5.6.2.20)

Sheaves & Axles

  • Check for cracks (ALOIM 5.6.2.24)

  • Check to see if the axles or sheaves are loose (ALOIM 5.6.2.24)

  • Check bushings (ALOIM 5.6.2.24)

  • Are sheaves turning freely? (ALOIM 5.6.2.24)

Arms

  • Clean and lubricate arm pins (anti-seize) (ALOIM 5.6.2.19)

  • Check arm pin holes in carriage for
    excessive wear (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Is stop bolt present on arm (ALOIM 5.6.2.12)

  • Are Arm Shims Present (ALOIM 5.6.2.12)

Support Stands

  • Ensure genuine Challenger support stand. Check support stand is not bent or dented. Check pads for excessive contamination from oil, rust or dirt (ALOIM 5.6.2.17)

Rubber Pads

  • What kind of footpads does the lift have? (ALOIM 5.6.2.17)

  • Do footpads show signs of damage? (ALOIM 5.6.2.17)

Arm Restraints

  • Check for debris and damage to
    threaded rod or gears (ALOIM 5.6.2.13)

  • Do the arm restraints operate smoothly? (ALOIM 5.6.2.13)

Lock Mechanism

  • Operate the Lift & check the operation of the positive stop & the lift locks ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Check for damage to latch cable (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Check cable adjustment (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Do locks operate smoothly? (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Are safety lock covers present (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

Overhead

  • Check for bowed overhead or loose bolts (ALOIM 5.6.2.8)

  • Are cables or hoses free of any tanglement or rubbing? (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Verify safety shutoff is working properly and not loose, exposed or unstranded wires (ALOIM 5.6.2.22)

Hydraulic Steel Lines / Hoses & Cylinders

  • Are all fittings tight? (ALOIM 5.6.3.1)

  • Are there any leaks? (ALOIM 5.6.3.1)

Power Unit

  • Check fluid level and for contamination- Re-fill with 10wt hydraulic oil anti foam or anti rust (AW32) (ALOIM 5.6.3.9)

  • Check electrical motor switch cover for damage or exposed wires (ALOIM 5.6.2.9)

  • Check lift controls to ensure accessibility, unobstructed view and automatic return to neutral, or off when released (ALOIM 5.6.2.10)

  • Are the electrical components labeled appropriately? (ALOIM 5.6.2.9)

  • Check integrity of tamper resistant seals on relief valves (ALOIM 5.6.3.10)

  • Operate Lift through full travel & observe that lift travels smoothly while raising and lowering (ALOIM 5.6.3.2)

Columns

  • Are anchor bolts torqued to 80 ft./lbs.? (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Check columns for plumbness (INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL)

  • Check to make sure all hardware is tight (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Check that grease is present and free
    of dirt and debris (ALOIM 5.6.2.19)

Lift and Bay Inspection

  • Is there adequate clearances around the lift to accommodate anticipated service activities? (ALOIM 5.6.2.7)

  • Is the concrete floor within 12 inches of the base plate free of any cracks and/or spalls? (INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL)

  • Examine all accessible structural components for signs of fatigue, overloading, misuse or abuse including welds (ALOIM 5.6.2.8)

  • Are there any exposed surfaces and/or edges with burrs or sharp edges?
    sharp edges (ALOIM 5.6.2.15)

  • Are all nuts and bolts present and secure? (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Check with operator to ascertain any unusual operating characteristics (ALOIM 5.6.3.4)

  • Check all surfaces for old and/or excessive grease buildup and for any excessive corrosion on any surface of the lift (ALOIM 5.6.2.15 & 5.6.2.21)

Cables or Chains

  • Are all master links in good working order? (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check for corrosion (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check for wear (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check for stretching (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check for damage (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Check tension & adjust as needed (ALOIM 5.6.2.20)

  • Locks synchronization. Check the operation of the synchronization/equalization system by running the lift through its full excursion (ALOIM 5.6.2.20)

Sheaves & Axles

  • Check for cracks (ALOIM 5.6.2.24)

  • Check to see if loose (ALOIM 5.6.2.24)

  • Check bushings (ALOIM 5.6.2.24)

  • Are sheaves turning freely? (ALOIM 5.6.2.24)

Lock Mechanism

  • Operate the Lift & check the operation of the positive stop & the lift locks (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Check for damage to latch cable (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Check cable adjustment (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Do locks operate smoothly? (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Are safety lock covers present? (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

Hydraulic Steel Lines/ Hoses & Cylinders

  • Check for tight fittings (ALOIM 5.6.3.1)

  • Are there any leaks? (ALOIM 5.6.3.1)

Power Unit

  • Check fluid level and for contamination- Re-fill with 10wt hydraulic oil anti foam or anti rust (AW32) (ALOIM 5.6.3.9)

  • Check electrical motor switch cover for damage or exposed wires (ALOIM 5.6.2.9)

  • Check lift controls to ensure accessibility, unobstructed view and automatic return to neutral, or off when released (ALOIM 5.6.2.10)

  • Are the electrical components labeled appropriately? (ALOIM 5.6.2.9)

  • Check integrity of tamper resistant seals on relief valves (ALOIM 5.6.3.10)

  • Operate Lift through full travel & observe that lift travels smoothly while raising and lowering (ALOIM 5.6.3.2)

Columns

  • Are anchor bolts torqued to 80 ft./lbs.? (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Are columns for plumb? (INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL)

  • Check to make sure all hardware is tight (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Check that grease is present and free of dirt and debris

Lift and Bay Inspection

  • Is there adequate clearances around the lift to accommodate anticipated service activities? (ALOIM 5.6.2.7)

  • Is the concrete floor within 12 inches of the base plate free of any cracks and/or spalls? INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL)

  • Examine all accessible structural components for signs of fatigue, overloading, misuse or abuse including welds (ALOIM 5.6.2.8)

  • Are there any exposed surfaces and/or edges with burrs or sharp edges?
    sharp edges (ALOIM 5.6.2.15)

  • Are there signs of excessive corrosion on the Lift? (ALOIM 5.6.2.15)

  • Are all nuts and bolts present and secure? (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Are spotting blocks present?

  • Are rubber pads present?

  • Check with operator to ascertain any unusual operating characteristics (ALOIM 5.6.3.4)

Lift Platform, Legs and Lock Bar

  • Check hinge barrels & pins for wear & that they pivot freely (ALOIM 5.6.2.19)

  • Insure all pivot points are lubricated (ALOIM 5.6.2.19)

  • Check for corrosion (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Does lock operate smoothly? (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Check for damage (ALOIM 5.6.2.23)

  • Does the lock release return to neutral when fully lowered? (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Are anchor bolts torqued to 80 ft./lbs.? (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

Hydraulic Steel Lines / Hoses & Cylinders

  • How many cylinders does the Short Rise have?

  • Are all fittings tight? (ALOIM 5.6.3.1)

  • Are there any leaks? (ALOIM 5.6.3.1)

Power Unit

  • Check fluid level and for contamination- Re-fill with 10wt hydraulic oil anti foam or anti rust (AW32) (ALOIM 5.6.3.9)

  • Check electrical motor switch cover for damage or exposed wires (ALOIM 5.6.2.9)

  • Check lift controls to ensure accessibility, unobstructed view and automatic return to neutral, or off when released (ALOIM 5.6.2.10)

  • Are the electrical components labeled appropriately? (ALOIM 5.6.2.9)

  • Check integrity of tamper resistant seals on relief valves (ALOIM 5.6.3.10)

  • Operate Lift through full travel & observe that lift travels smoothly while raising and lowering (ALOIM 5.6.3.2)

Lift and Bay Inspection

  • Is there adequate clearances around the lift to accommodate anticipated service activities? (ALOIM 5.6.2.7)

  • Is the concrete floor within 12 inches of the lift free of any cracks and/or spalls? (INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL)

  • Examine all accessible structural components for signs of fatigue, overloading, misuse or abuse including welds (ALOIM 5.6.2.8)

  • Are there any exposed surfaces and/or edges with burrs or sharp edges?
    sharp edges (ALOIM 5.6.2.15)

  • Are all nuts and bolts present and secure? (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Report presence of water in cassette tubs covering bottom frame supports (ALOIM 5.6.2.27)

  • While raising and lowering the lift ensure the lift is synchronized (ALOIM 5.6.2.20)

  • Check with operator to ascertain any unusual operating characteristics (ALOIM 5.6.3.4)

Arms

  • Clean and lubricate arm pins (anti-seize) (ALOIM 5.6.2.19)

  • Check arm pin holes in carriage for excessive wear (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Is stop bolt present on arm ? (ALOIM 5.6.2.12)

Rubber Pads

  • Present? (ALOIM 5.6.2.17)

  • Damaged ? (ALOIM 5.6.2.17)

Support Stands

  • Ensure genuine Challenger support stand. Check support stand is not bent or dented. Check pads for excessive contamination from oil, rust or dirt (ALOIM 5.6.2.17)

Arm Restraints

  • Check for debris and damage to threaded rod or gears (ALOIM 5.6.2.13)

  • Do the arm restraints operate smoothly? (ALOIM 5.6.2.13)

Lock Mechanism

  • Operate the Lift & check the operation of the positive stop & the lift locks (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

  • Do locks operate smoothly? (ALOIM 5.6.2.16)

Hydraulic Steel Lines/ Hoses & Cylinders

  • Are all fittings tight? (ALOIM 5.6.3.1)

  • Are there any leaks? (ALOIM 5.6.3.1)

Power Unit

  • Check fluid level and for contamination- Re-fill with 10wt hydraulic oil anti foam or anti rust (AW32) (ALOIM 5.6.3.9)

  • Check electrical motor switch cover for damage or exposed wires (ALOIM 5.6.2.9)

  • Check lift controls to ensure accessibility, unobstructed view and automatic return to neutral, or off when released (ALOIM 5.6.2.10)

  • Are the electrical components labeled appropriately? (ALOIM 5.6.2.9)

  • Check integrity of tamper resistant seals on relief valves (ALOIM 5.6.3.10)

  • Operate Lift through full travel & observe that lift travels smoothly while raising and lowering (ALOIM 5.6.3.2)

Lift and Bay Inspection

  • Is there adequate clearances around the lift to accommodate anticipated service activities? (ALOIM 5.6.2.7)

  • Is the concrete floor within 12 inches of the base plate free of any cracks and/or spalls? (Installation/Operation Manual)

  • Examine all accessible structural components for signs of fatigue, overloading, misuse or abuse including welds (ALOIM 5.6.2.8)

  • Are all nuts and bolts present and secure? (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Is there presence of water in sub-floor pits or enclosures? If yes, make note of the amount of water present. (ALOIM 5.6.2.27)

  • Check all accessible piping, tubing, hose, valves and fittings. Report any hydraulic leaks (ALOIM 5.6.3.1)

  • Report Type of Oil

  • With lift loaded, stop the load at midpoint of travel and report slow drift down. Also check the plunger oil seal and report leakage or oil or air. (ALOIM 5.6.3.3)

  • On air-oil operated lifts report the absence of the low oil control or shut off device. Be sure to release internal pressure before opening access ports. (ALOIM 5.6.3.5)

  • On single post lifts, confirm presence of non-rotating device (ALOIM 5.6.3.8)

  • On lifts utilizing pumping units, confirm the presence of oil in the reservoir when raised to full height. (ALOM 5.6.3.9)

Arms

  • Clean and lubricate arm pins (anti-seize) (ALOIM 5.6.2.19)

  • Check arm pin holes in carriage for excessive wear (ALOIM 5.6.2.14)

  • Is stop bolt present on arm? (ALOIM 5.6.2.12)

Support Stands

  • Ensure genuine Challenger support stand. Check support stand is not bent or dented. Check pads for excessive contamination from oil, rust or dirt (ALOIM 5.6.2.17)

OSHA Lockout/Tag Out Status

  • For this Lift at the time of the inspection are there any conditions in existence which, under OSHA Guidelines, require that this Lift be Locked Out/Tagged Out (OSHA Part # 1910 Subpart Title General Environmental Controls Standard # 1910.147 App A

Lift Replacement Status

  • For this Lift at the time of the inspection are there any conditions in existence which require that this Lift be replaced?

Inspection Control Label Number

  • Enter the Inspection Control Number of the Inspection label affixed to the lift.

Acceptance of Terms and Conditions of Inspection - This lift inspection is not intended as a guarantee against failure, malfunction, or misuse. Its purpose is to verify that the lift has been maintained in a reasonable and safe manner and that the supporting documents supplied by the manufacturer are accessible to the operator to assist in the safe operation of the lift and to call to the repairs that may be needed to correct existing or potential malfunctions where such can be determined by visual and ordinary examination methods. The inspector or the inspector's company assumes no liability for the use, operation, management or control of this lift. The inspector or inspector's company will NOT BE HELD LIABLE for ANY failures, injuries, or damages relating to the operation of this lift. The signature below acknowledges these statements and releases the inspector and his company form ANY liabilities relating to the above noted lift.

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  • Store manager

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