What is a Preventative Maintenance Program?
Our customer Preventative Maintenance Program is designed to keep your equipment working safely and efficiently and to limit the frequency of repairs through regular maintenance, calibration, lubrication and inspections. It is a misconception that since a piece of equipment is under a manufacturers warranty a service agreement isn't necessary. The best analogy is your vehicle. Although the vehicle is under warranty, the dealer does not pay for oil changes, tire rotation, alignments, tune ups, etc All equipment has a manufacturer suggested Preventative Maintenance Schedule which should be done weekly, monthly and daily from the day you receive your equipment. We offer a customized program designed for your specific needs.
How will it benefit my facility?
You will find that regular servicing of your equipment pays for itself! No more "Out-of-Order" signs on equipment for weeks! Lower repair costs, especially on older equipment Equipment lifespan is greatly increased Create a safe workout environment limiting potential liability Higher client retention Greater return on investment!
During each preventative maintenance visit, All equipment covered under the agreement will be inspected for safety, thoroughly cleaned in the interior as well as the exterior, lubricated and adjusted according to manufacturers specifications. Upon the completion of your visit we will complete a Preventative Maintenance Checklist that will indicate any need for repairs that were discovered to avoid any down time in your facility.
What is done during the preventative maintenance program?
We work with you and make a maintenance schedule that fits your needs with monthly, quarterly, or bi-annual.
Equipment Maintenance is Key to Success:
Most fitness center owners and managers don't give maintenance much thought. However, maintenance is key to the success of any fitness center. In the long run, maintenance may even be more important than sales. The hidden costs of not having a maintenance program include lost customers, legal liability and equipment repair and replacement costs.
Preventative Maintenance Keeps Fitness Equipment Healthy:
Just as proper diet and exercise help human beings live healthier lives, preventive maintenance is the key to getting the most out of exercise equipment. Preventing service calls and keeping exercise machines running with minimal downtime requires more than just wiping down equipment and reporting malfunctioning units to your technician. A regular program of care truly can extend the life of your equipment and save money in the long run.
Perform operational test
Inspect and check all treadmill functions
Remove motor hood cover, clean inside and out
Inspect all keys, buttons, and hardware
Inspect and adjust running belt, tension, and tracking
Inspect, lube, and calibrate elevation if needed
Inspect and adjust motor drive belt
Inspect and lube deck surface
Inspect and adjust leveling
Inspect all bearings, flywheels, sprockets, bolts/screws
Inspect, clean, and lube chain
Perform full operational test
Inspect all electronic components
Inspect all mechanical parts and hardware
Inspect all drive belts, bearings, and resistance systems
Lubricate required pivots and hardware
Clean overall interior and exterior
Perform exercise repetitions to test unit performance
Inspect all cables/belts, pulleys, hardware and bearings
Inspect Hand grips
Lube guide robs
Inspect weigt stacks pins