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  • Document No.

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Signature

  • Location
  • Crane Manufacturer: Sennebogen
    Crane Model: 6180 HMC
    Crane Serial Number: 6180.0.107

Engine Hours

  • Document Main Engine Hours

  • Document Aux Engine Hours

Maintenance Tasks

Grease and Lubricant

  • For information on the requirements for both grease and lubricant, operatives are reminded to always refer back to the manufacturers guidelines.

  • Inspect for general lubricant requirements

  • Was lubricant required?

  • Inspect for rope lubrication requirements

  • Was oil required?

  • Inspect for general grease requirements

  • Was grease required?

Auto Lube Tanks

  • Check top and bottom autolube tank levels.

  • What tank(s) required refilled?

Battery Condition

  • Complete inspection of battery compartments

  • Did battery levels need topped up with distilled water?

Drum Clutches

  • Check Adjustment of Drum Clutches

  • Are clutches slack?

  • Report issue to team leader so that the crane maintenance contractor can attend to repair.

Engine V Belts

  • Check engine v belts for damage

  • Do belt(s) need replaced?

  • Replace belt(s) as required from stock, where stock is unavailable place an order request for replacement belts with the Team Leader.

Crane Supply Requirements

  • In order to ensure prompt attendance to maintenance requirements on the crane, operatives must ensure an adequate stock of supplies for the crane at all times

  • Does the crane require Refuelling (Tanker)?

  • Grease cartridges required (state number):

  • Oil drums (20ltrs) required (state number):

  • State any additional crane supplies that are required:

Defects Log

  • Detailed defects description(s)

  • Action Taken

  • Team Leader Sign Off

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