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dear all, We are going to prepare a software database containing all Jobsite deatil where we supplied lifts.I wish to know what are the details we should include in the database so that it can be useful for our future maintenance/modernization/repairing work? all informations welcome and thanks to all
-- elevguy (email@example.com), January 26, 2005
Handover date, followed by info on when new ropes were fitted,and the lay (langs or ordinary) sizes number of cores etc. new brake linings, date of any test done, or due, and an approximation of when to replace major components I.E. controllers, door drives,trailers etc.Any info on service dates and/or recommendations But by far the most important would be any hazards for personnel not used to the site, for instance the unit may have an exceptionally deep or shallow pit, the cross beam at the shaft top may cause a crushing hazard, when on top running on normal.(I know you shouldn't but, how many of us can say we never have??) Is there any known items such as asbestos, or unique procedure in the event of fire?? Every unit is different but start with the safety, always the safety.
-- geoff judge (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 26, 2005.
thanks Mr.geoff judge for the safety information, sure we will include this. What else technical datas will be useful?
-- elevguy (email@example.com), January 27, 2005.
Rope size and length, same for gov.. Control voltage. Door size, operator manufacturer, brake coil voltage etc...
-- George Westinghouse (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 27, 2005.