Aug 05

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By admin | Repair Your Fitness Equipment

 

How to Determine the Right Preventive Maintenance Program

  • Manufacturer Requirements
  • Age of Cardio Equipment
  • Number of Hours Used Monthly
  • Does Equipment Have Entertainment Features

Manufacturer requirements are always found in the owner’s manual.

The manufacturer calls out certain “common” procedures designed to limit the manufacturer’s warranty expense and mitigate any liability risks.

Preventive maintenance procedures are not consistent between manufacturers. Understanding the difference is critical to comply with the Manufacturer’s specifications.

Understand that a manufacturer’s recommended preventive maintenance procedure is not designed to “find” issues.

Our experience is most client’s want the technician to go through each machine and find/resolve any issue that can cause a user compliant.

Pronto Gym Service’s PROACTIVE LEVEL preventive maintenance product is designed to meet :

  • Manufacturer’s different requirements
  • Identify/resolve any issues that would cause a user compliant.

 

  • Manufacturer Requirements
  • Age of Cardio Equipment
  • Number of Hours Used Monthly
  • Does Equipment Have Entertainment Features
Service Visits

Equipment Age (Yrs)

Service Level

Quarterly

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Basic*

Bi-Monthly

0 1 2 3 4 5

6

Proactive**

Monthly 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

Proactive**

Total Solution Level— Offers a solution to alleviate increasingly common user complaints on cardio equipment. This can be an add-on to the Proactive Service Level

Basic Level covers manufacturer requirements only. See Schedule B.

Proactive Level  covers manufacturer requirements + checks that proactively identify issues. See Schedule B.

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