Houston, Texas's top service center for plate clamp repair and hoist repair!  Our qualified service technicians have years of industry experience and have been trained and certified to inspect, repair and recertify the industry leading brands of plate clamps, lifting magnets and hoists.

Plate Clamp Repair

  • Repair for plate lifting clamps aka plate dogs
  • Complete disassembly, thorough inspection, replacement of worn parts: cams, pins, jaws, pads, shackles.
  • Paint, replace data plates, color coding if needed
  • Proof testing according to ASME B30.20 Below-the-hook standard
  • Brands:
    • JC Renfroe
    • IP Clamps
    • Safety Clamps
    • Campbell Merrill

Hoist Repair

  • Repair for lever chain hoists, hand chain hoists, electric hoists, air hoists, trolleys and more!
  • Complete disassembly, thorough inspection, replacement of worn parts: load chain, hand chain, hooks, latches, bearings, pawls,  gears
  • Paint, replace data plates, color coding if needed
  • Proof testing according to applicable ASME B30 standards
  • Brands:
    • Harrington
    • CM
    • Coffing
    • Chester
    • Inquire on other brands

Lifting Magnet Repair

  • Complete disassembly, thorough inspection, replacement of worn parts: handles, internal mechanical parts.
  • Paint, replace data plates, color coding if needed
  • Proof testing according to applicable ASME B30.20 Below-the-hook standard
  • Brands:
    • Eriez
    • Walker
    • Industrial Magnetics
    • Inquire on other brands

BEFORE & AFTER REPAIR PHOTOS

SET UP A PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PLAN

Replace Worn Components & Parts

Inspection is key to preventative maintenance plans.  Prior to use, lifting equipment such as plate clamps and hoists, should be visually inspected for worn parts.

Training Personnel

Untrained personnel has been the number one cause of equipment failure. Lack of operator understanding of how a piece of equipment works and what it's capable of doing leads to damage and unnecessary repairs.  We can help!

Set up Periodic Inspections

All lifting equipment should be periodically inspected for conditions that require removal from service. Normal time intervals are:

  • Normal Service - yearly
  • Severe Service - monthly to quarterly
  • Special Service - as recommended by a qualified person