Maintenance - Fill out Form completely; (Take pictures if possible of any and all damages prior to repairs and/or maintenance).

  • Test safety detection and warning equipment; Verify that safety detection equipment purchased with the barrier is
    working properly.

  • Check that net movement is continuous and that both arms move in unison; Check that the net goes up and down in a continuous motion
    and that the arms travel in unison.

  • Test all buttons at operator stations.

  • Visually inspect for missing, torn, or illegible safety labels.

  • Visually inspect concrete for cracks; Fill with suitable concrete crack filler if
    cracks are present.

  • If necessary, clean net pads; Perform a visual inspection on the net pads to see if any are raised up due to sediment under the mat. If sediment is present, remove the net pads and thoroughly sweep the sediment out from the net pad.

  • If necessary, clean net pits.

  • Visually inspect net encasements and replace if necessary.

  • Visually inspect protective net bumpers (placement and condition).

  • Check net tension; adjust if necessary Verify the net is properly tensioned. The ideal tension is 1” to 1-1/2” of
    sag for every 10 feet of road.

  • Check net position in net pads; adjust if necessary.

  • Check stanchions and net lifting arms for loose bolts and worn hardware.

  • Grease the four (4) turnbuckles; Use high-grade lithium grease. Pump in the grease until it comes out of the bearing. Ensure that the turnbuckle lock nut is tight.

  • Grease the four (4) arm bearings; Each arm has two bearings; Pump in the grease until it comes out of the side of the bearing.

  • Inspect and replace if necessary Barrier Control Panel Filters; Never operate system without proper filters in place.

  • Inspect the intake fan filter located on the barrier control panel and battery backup panel. Replace clogged filter as required. Never operate system without proper filters in place.

  • Is Touch-up paint as required.

  • Test operation of Barrier Control Panel fans and thermostat; Test fans and thermostat operation by adjusting thermostat throughout its limits. Return the thermostat to its normal setting of 80-degrees.

Comments and Recommendations

  • Comments

  • Recommendations

  • Every year or 36,000 cycles, the SHEAR PINS, should be removed and replaced in each of the turnbuckles.

ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE ACKNOWLEDGE

  • ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE ACKNOWLEDGE, I AGREE THAT MY ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE IS A LEGALLY BINDING EQUIVALENT TO MY HANDWRITTEN SIGNATURE. WHENEVER I EXECUTE AN ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE, IT HAS THE SAME VALIDITY AND MEANING AS MY HANDWRITTEN SIGNATURE. I WILL NOT AT ANY TIME IN THE FUTURE, REPUDIATE THE MEANING OF MY ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE OR CLAIM THAT MY ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE IS NOT LEGALLY BINDING.

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  • Customer or Authorized Representative.

  • Enter Time and Date of Completion.

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