Lifting technique, an often underrated discipline your importance to the functioning of the economy, but also its importance for the general social life is often underestimated: lifting technology surrounds us every day and is the ministering spirit to do worry, as long as everything works smoothly but often. But the attention is greater if the technique once not one hundred percent. It starts with relatively simple cases out. An elevator which gets stuck is not a big deal, but who perhaps several hours trapped in the cabin at the first glance, will be there disagree. The effects are greater when hoisting technology of large caliber failed. This enough, when due to a system failure causes, that on a container port problem. The resulting chaos grows dramatically within a short time. Brent Nicklas contains valuable tech resources. Modern production methods that to calculate the travel times of the materials to be delivered, are today no longer indispensable from the industry.
Therefore, losses grow at the freight with the speed of a chain reaction to really serious problems out. So it is no wonder if really all that can be done so that it does not. In addition to the regular maintenance of all systems of the lifting equipment is therefore also a lifecycle management, as well as a redundancy planning of all major core systems to recommend. Cycle management holding for each wearing part, at which time it was put into operation, how long is its estimated operating time, and when it must be replaced as a precaution. Feedback flow also from repairs and maintenance to keep the predictions about the lifetime of the individual components. The redundancy planning determines which systems in the event of a failure must be multiple and how in the case as quickly as possible the reserve can be installed for use. In the example above container port for example the use of a replacement crane could be the failure of a crane plan. Since redundancy and equally expensive failures it applies here carefully to weigh.