Konecranes, Inc. is offering a process crane reliability survey (CRS) designed to uncover problems that are undetectable by standard regulatory inspections.
During a CRS, the Konecranes team studies equipment documentation, interviews crane users, and uses advanced diagnostic tools to penetrate deep into equipment.
The CRS can also help to improve crane performance and reliability by providing a guide for repairs and upgrades.

Divided into four modules – CORE inspection and analysis, structures and working conditions, components, and maintenance and reliability – the CRS covers a range of subject matter.

The CORE inspection and analysis includes an overall inspection and analysis of the crane, including a service life analysis, a detailed crane inspection, detailed crane identification, and an executive summary.

The structures and working conditions analysis, meanwhile, includes an examination of the crane’s condition by evaluating the operating equipment, including an ambient conditions analysis, a power supply analysis, a geometric analysis, and a steel structure analysis.

Finally, the components analysis includes a detailed assessment of the present condition of the crane’s key components, an electrical component analysis, and an analysis of the motor, rope, gears and hook.