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Planned Equipment Maintenance

planned maintenancePlanned Maintenance (PM) is an important component of any make of construction equipment and commercial fleet. It is an important factor in avoiding downtime on the job by ensuring that critical maintenance work gets done right and on schedule.

EMT’s factory-trained Service Technicians are available to perform maintenance on your equipment. If you manage equipment, a major benefit of this maintenance is less paperwork and fewer calls. That gives you more time to think about more important matters.

Annual Inspections

Our trained Technicians will inspect/perform the following on your equipment:

  • Change engine oil and filters
  • Change fuel filters
  • Clean air cleaner element, replace if needed
  • Check all belts, and adjust as necessary
  • Grease unit
  • Check hydraulic functions and add hydraulic oil as necessary
  • Test brakes
  • Check cooling system and clean radiator
  • Test steering, inspect tires, fill tires to proper psi
  • Check battery, charging system, clean terminals
  • Check for leaks
  • Check overall condition and safety items
  • Test-drive unit
  • Notify owner of abnormalities

250 Hour Unit Inspection

  • Walk around safety check – placards, safety decal, owner’s manual
  • Grease all grease fittings, slides & chains
  • Check entire unit for leaks (note on service sheet)
  • Change engine oil & filters
  • Check transmission oil level, top off if necessary
  • Check differential oil level and wheel hubs, top off necessary
  • Check for chafing lines, hoses & wiring
  • Check hydraulic oil level, top off if necessary
  • Check all other fluids, top off if necessary
  • Check all belts, adjust or replace as needed
  • Check master cylinder fluid level, top off if necessary
  • Check hydraulic cylinders, rod ends & pins for leaks and wear
  • Test charging system
  • Check tire condition and pressure
  • Check park brake adjustment and operation
  • Check all gauges and lights for operation
  • Check clutch for proper adjustment and operation
  • Check service brakes for proper operation
  • Check seat cushion for damage
  • Check unit for damage on machine
  • Note all discrepancies on service sheet
  • Check coolant level, top off if necessary
  • Check steering operation
  • Check proper operation of machine

500 Hour Unit Inspection

  • Walk around safety check – placards, safety decal, owner’s manual
  • Grease all grease fittings, slides & chains
  • Check entire unit for leaks (note on service sheet)
  • Change engine oil & filters
  • Check transmission oil level, top off if necessary
  • Check differential oil level and wheel hubs, top off if necessary
  • Check for chafing lines, hoses & wiring
  • Check hydraulic oil level, top off if necessary
  • Check all other fluids, top off if necessary
  • Check all belts, adjust or replace as needed
  • Check master cylinder fluid level, top off if necessary
  • Check hydraulic cylinders, rod ends & pins for leaks and wear
  • Test charging system
  • Check tire condition and pressure
  • Check park brake adjustment and operation
  • Check all gauges and lights for operation
  • Check clutch for proper adjustment and operation
  • Check service brakes for proper operation
  • Check seat cushion for damage
  • Check unit for damage on machine
  • Note all discrepancies on service sheet
  • Check coolant level, top off if necessary
  • Check steering operation
  • Check proper operation of machine
  • Change oil, filters, fuel filters, hyd filters, trans filters

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