Genie designed a new consolidated maintenance protocol that enables customers to complete the entire program for any Genie S- and Z- boom lift model. With this new approach, maintenance procedures are reduced, or even eliminated, to save time and labor costs.
Previously, Genie offered 24 separate manuals to help customers maintain their boom lift equipment. With the new maintenance protocol, all of that information is now condensed into one manual. The one-stop maintenance manual contains complete performance specifications, as well as a streamlined list of maintenance tasks to complete also that Genie boom lifts spend less time in the shop and more time out on rent. Genie provides this one-stop maintenance manual in hard copy or digital format for easy integration into custom electronic systems.
In addition, the new protocol includes extended service intervals recommendations. Many periodic procedures have moved from quarterly and semi-annually to annually. Commissioning has changed, too. Rather than perform some of the tasks at the 30-hour mark and some at 50 hours or longer, now all of the commissioning assignments are set for 50 hours and 150 hours.
The new Genie maintenance protocol has standardized the processes across the entire Genie boom family product line, with more product families to follow in 2016.