If you’re in need of a tune-up or just have a question, we have highly knowledgeable service technicians who will ensure optimal performance of your machines. It is suggested that air compressor owners perform daily inspections of their equipment, such as:
- Checking for oil and air leaks
- Checking the differential pressure in the compressed air filter
- Determining whether or not the oil in the compressor should be changed
- Verifying safe operating temperature
- Draining condensation from air receiver tanks
Avoid lost revenues caused by downtime. Our expertly trained technicians can diagnose and resolve any problems you may have with your automotive equipment.
Planned preventive maintenance (PPM), more commonly referred to as simply planned maintenance (PM) or scheduled maintenance, is any variety of scheduled maintenance to an object or item of equipment. Specifically, planned maintenance is a scheduled service visit carried out by a competent and suitable agent, to ensure that an item of equipment is operating correctly and to therefore avoid any unscheduled breakdown and downtime.
The key factor as to when and why this work is being done is timing, and involves a service, resource or facility being unavailable. By contrast, condition-based maintenance is not directly based on equipment age.
Planned maintenance is preplanned, and can be date-based, based on equipment running hours, or on distance travelled.
Parts that have scheduled maintenance at fixed intervals, usually due to wearout or a fixed shelf life, are sometimes known as time-change interval, or TCI items.
New Equipment Installation
From lifts and tire equipment to welders and air systems, Miller Tools Inc. provides a full spectrum of installation services to meet your needs. We have developed close relationships with the nation’s leading manufacturers of Automotive Equipment to be able to provide you with high-quality equipment to help you stay ahead in this competitive industry.
Our hydraulic cylinder specialists have years of combined experience in repairing and remanufacturing cylinders. The management team and crew are dedicated to giving our customers the best service available.
Hydraulic cylinders form the heart of many hydraulic systems. It is a common practice to disassemble and rebuild an entire device in the case of hydraulic cylinder repair. Inspection of the leakage issue and scrutinizing cylinder parts (especially the seals) is helpful in recognizing the exact problem and choosing the repair options accordingly. Steps involved in the repair of hydraulic cylinders:
Our trained inspectors will conduct a full safety and operational inspection of your lift equipment, diagnosing and highlighting issues and offering solutions to resolve them before they become problems.
ANSI/ALI ALOIM (current edition) , the American National Standard outlining the safety requirements for proper vehicle lift operation, inspection and maintenance, requires that a “qualified lift inspector” inspect every lift at least annually. For years, lift owners were left to find and evaluate “qualified lift inspectors” on their own with no uniform standards or guidance. With the introduction of the ALI Lift Inspector Certification Program, lift owners now have a trusted third-party source to find local lift inspectors who have been tested and found qualified to inspect any lift.