ROLLER SHUTTER MAINTENANCE
Shutter Maintenance Guide...
Shutter Maintenance Servicing Guide
15 cycles a day = 2 visits a year
30 cycles per day = 3 visits a year
45 cycles per day = 4 visits a year
Over 45 cycles per day = 6 visits a year
Engineer's Service List
On an SOS Engineers routine visit you can expect – Checks, Inspections, Cleaning & Removal.
Here’s what we Inspect
- Support brackets and guides,
- Lifting cables and ferrules for wear,
- Damage to any parts of the door,
- Safety edge tubes and connections,
Here’s what we Clean, Remove & Adjust
- Clean hand chains,
- Cleaning the door face and lubricate the track as needed,
- Removing and replacing faulty moving parts,
- Adjusting limits as necessary,
Here's what we Check!
- Adjusting the balance of operation – re-tensioning springs,
- Excessive force is not required to operate the door,
- Electrical components, switches and motors,
- Fixing bolts and fitting are tight,
- Operation of any shoot bolt & locks,
- Safety devices are working,
- The door opens fully,
- Lock cut out switch and the pass door cut out switch work,
- Manual changeover system,
- Spring balance in manual mode,
- All controls and safety features,
- Adjusting air switch,
- Spiral cable for continuity,
- Alignment of safety and activation beams,
- Adjusting all activation systems,
- Shutter is fully operational
Shutter Maintenance Agreements
Save Our Shutter looks to provide a 24/7 emergency call-out service on a 12-month shutter maintenance contract. We would start by carrying out a full risk assessment so that you have peace of mind that the shutter is safe.
Next, we would look to put in place a schedule that meets your shutter’s requirements, with an ambition to stay within budget ensuring the Roller Shutter meets the prevailing legal, safety and insurance requirements.