Inspection Program

Let our expert service technicians help you keep your Marine Travelift machines working as hard as you do. Our comprehensive inspections cover top to bottom checks of your machine – from fluid levels and structural bolt torques to slings, tires and more. Regular inspections ensure your machines continue to run safely and efficiently year after year.

Contact us to schedule an inspection with our factory technicians today.

Every inspection includes:

  • Detailed report outlining additional service and maintenance recommendations (see options below)
  • Parts and service quotation (if required)
  • Any maintenance or parts authorized by the yard are scheduled for a future date and given a one-time discount
  • Approved inspection decal for each machine inspected

CustomerCare Inspection Brochure

 

 

Option 1 – Preventative Maintenance 1

Includes:

  • Grease lube fittings on sheave pins (if applicable)
  • Grease steering pivot points
  • Grease trunnion pin (if greaseable type)
  • Adjust and lube hoist chains (if applicable and serviceable)
  • Adjust and lube drive chains (if applicable and serviceable)
  • Adjust cable tension on block
  • Adjust wire rope
  • Lubricate hoist wire rope
  • Change filters (hydraulic oil filters, engine oil filter, fuel filter, air filter)*
  • Change hoist gear reducer oil*
  • Change drive gear reducer oil*
  • Change non drive gear reducer oil*
  • Change oil in hoist brakes (if applicable)*
  • Change oil in drive brakes (if applicable)*
  • Change oil in pump drive (if applicable)*
  • Change engine oil*
  • Check anti freeze level and strength
  • Align steering
  • Check and adjust tire pressure

* Customer is responsible for supplying OEM filters, engine oil, gear oils, wire rope lube and chain lube. All customer supplied materials must be onsite prior to the technician’s arrival. Customer is also responsible for disposing of all fluids. Marine Travelift will supply grease and grease gun. Contact Marine Travelift CustomerCare for recommended oil/lube specifications.

 

Option 2 – Preventative Maintenance 2

Includes:

  • Every service in Option 1*
  • Plus, hydraulic reservoir oil change.**

* Customer is responsible for supplying OEM filters, engine oil, gear oils, wire rope lube and chain lube. All customer supplied materials must be onsite prior to the technician’s arrival. Customer is also responsible for disposing of all fluids. Marine Travelift will supply grease and grease gun. Contact Marine Travelift CustomerCare for recommended oil/lube specifications.

** Customer is responsible for supplying all hydraulic oil to replenish the reservoir and system. Customer is responsible for disposing of all fluids. Contact Marine Travelift’s CustomerCare department for recommended parts and oil specifications.

 

Option 3 – Oil Sample Testing

Includes:

  • Every service in Option 1*
  • Plus, hydraulic oil sample analysis**

* Customer is responsible for supplying OEM filters, engine oil, gear oils, wire rope lube and chain lube. All customer supplied materials must be onsite prior to the technician’s arrival. Customer is also responsible for disposing of all fluids. Marine Travelift will supply grease and grease gun. Contact Marine Travelift CustomerCare for recommended oil/lube specifications.

** Marine Travelift will obtain a hydraulic oil sample and send it to a third party testing facility for analysis. An oil sample report will be supplied after testing is complete.

 

Option 4 – Operator & Maintenance Training

Includes:

  • Onsite basic training with an experienced Marine Travelift technician
  • Attendees receive operator training certificates upon completion

 

 

Option 5 – Jib Crane Inspection

Includes:

  • Function test and inspection of the gearbox lube level, wire rope, hydraulic system, operation/safety decals, safety functions, wear pads, swing slew bearing and more
Questions?
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Maintenance Tips
Lower Block Maintenance Lower blocks, sheaves, wire rope, sheave pins and sheave bearings are not designed to go into the water. Dipping the wire rope into the salt water could cause corrosion that is not visible from the outside but could start from the inside of the rope.  If more depth is needed, longer slings and sling extensions are available.
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