Preventative and predictive maintenance

Published:  01 August, 2014

sdt_hansen_vertical.pngHansen Industrial Gearboxes says the adage ‘shoes worth wearing are worth repairing’ is especially pertinent in today’s tough economic climate, where consistent care and due attention can often negate the need for repurchasing items that have become somehow defective or dilapidated.

The company now part of the Japanese Sumitomo Heavy Industries Group says it applies this kind of philosophy and has over 90 years experience in the field. Hansen places strong emphasis on preventative and predictive maintenance, and says its dedicated teams of trained service personnel are on hand to provide technical support and after-sales care throughout the entire life cycle of each and every gearbox. Hansen engineers are able to undertake inspections either on-site, or at their UK repair facility in Huddersfield. The company says through decades of experience, their trusted experts are committed to restoration and repair – in order to minimize any unpredicted downtime and sustain optimum manufacturing productivity for all clients and customers


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