Machine And Plant Maintenance
Our comprehensive range of mechanical and electrical maintenance services is delivered through teams of skilled engineers.
We provide plant and machine maintenance services to industrial sectors involved in manufacturing, process, storage, production and distribution.
Maintenance is a key element in keeping industrial sectors operating efficiently and is often an area that is overlooked. This can lead to problems in the future that could easily be avoided. Developing maintenance systems and reliable, well organised PPM systems using a variety of platforms is our expertise.
Machine Breakdowns and Emergency Repairs
Breakdowns and call outs come unexpectedly and when time is of the essence, customers want a company that is reliable, professional and consistent.
At Indacon, we are always switched on, meaning your business can be too. We provide our machine breakdowns and emergency repairs service to businesses across the North West of England.
We aim to get to all breakdowns within a few hours of calling and would never promise a quick response when it’s not possible. Once on site our engineers will do their very best to diagnose faults and rectify issues as quickly as possible to ensure minimum downtime.
Plant And Machine Servicing
It is essential that plant and machinery function correctly. Just like a car, they need servicing regularly in order to keep them in optimal condition and to reduce downtime keeping production levels high and inevitably saving you money in the long term.
Servicing machinery involves running through extensive check lists meticulously checking individual wearable parts and replacing them were necessary.
Bearings, seals, belts and filters are common components usually causing the most problems prior to a service.
At Indacon we offer servicing contracts tailored to your needs to ensure your machinery keeps operating efficiently with minimal downtime.
We can offer monthly, quarterly or yearly servicing contracts depending on the type of machine.
“NORMAL PEOPLE BELIEVE THAT IF IT AIN’T BROKE, DON’T FIX IT. ENGINEERS BELIEVE THAT IF IT AIN’T BROKE, IT DOESN’T HAVE ENOUGH FEATURES YET.”