Relocation and Installation of Factory Machines

Machinery movers and dismantlers play an important role in the relocation of factories. They also work with airports, shopping centres and ports to help with difficult installations. Machinery movers offer the following services to their customers;

The relocation and installation of machinery. This can involve moving one piece of machinery to the removal of an entire factory production line. This service can also involve the installation of new equipment.

Storage of machinery. Factory machines can be stored for short or long periods depending on the needs of the customer. Machines are kept in a warehouse until they are ready to be moved. Before the machines are moved from the initial location a thorough inventory is created detailing every piece of machinery and every point of connection. A machinery mover company will take extra care to place fixing and cables in a safe place.

The installation of machinery

To get the factory up and running as quickly as possible the engineers make a series of necessary arrangements. This is often known as a vertical start-up procedure. The operations are included in a vertical start-up procedure;

Adding yellow lines. This involves an engineer checking connections made by other engineers. It also involves the analysis of removal documents.

Static checks. Industrial relocation factor and moving company This process is important to the overall installation of the machinery. Machines are carefully watched as they are turned over by hand. This is important as an engineer can discover if a component is damaged.

Dynamic checks. A dynamic check is performed while a machine is running electronically to check if it is rotating properly.

An insulation and resistance test. This test is undertaken to check any cables in case they were damaged during transit. The machinery moving company can then safely power up the machinery.

Input check. This check comes in useful to find out if the PLC is receiving the appropriate signals.

Output check. This check is performed by engineers to find out if a PLC is sending out the correct signals.

A dry run. A dry run takes place before the machines are handed over to the client. This is important for the client as they can inspect the machines to see if they are functioning as they should. Specific readings are taken by the engineers including speed and temperature.

A five-minute shakedown. Once the checks have been completed a five-minute shakedown is performed to see if connections are tight enough.