Preventative Maintenance Program Multi-Point Inspection & Service

The JWC Preventative Maintenance Program is designed to protect you from unexpected downtime and extend the life of your equipment.

It is no secret that preventative maintenance is a must for harsh duty equipment. But that routine maintenance gets tougher to do when you consider the challenges facing our wastewater operators today–fewer staff members, less equipment standardization and an aging infrastructure. That’s where JWC’s Preventative Maintenance Program comes in.

Our factory service technicians will travel to your sites to assess the equipment’s overall performance. They will perform a routine maintenance and provide a detailed report with recommendations to improve operations and extend equipment life. It is also an excellent time to train your staff on the equipment in your facilities. Our staff are ready to help your facility to perform at high-speed and maximum efficiency.

Service Detail – Grinder / Channel Monster

  • Tighten & inspect cutter stack
  • Caliper evaluation of cutters
  • Inspect intermediate bearings (yoke supports)
  • Grease yoke supports
  • Inspect and grease gear reducer
  • Test and inspect motor:
    • Amp draw
    • Vibration
    • Temperature
  • Inspect motor drive couplings
  • Download and analyze controller data
  • Inspect rotating drums (if applicable)

Service Detail – Engineered Systems

  • If Grinder is present: Perform grinder inspection & service
  • Evaluate grinder drive and grease gear reducer
  • Examine auger brush, drive and gearbox
  • Test and inspect motor:
    • Amp draw
    • Vibration
    • Temperature
  • Inspect & adjust all spray wash solenoids and spray bars
  • Adjust Auger run cycle and frequency to maximize cleanliness and dryness of the output
  • Download and analyze controller data

Service Detail – Screens

  • Inspect overall performance & operation of the unit
  • Adjust controls for optimal performance
  • Check chain for wear and adjust tension
  • Inspect clean & adjust solenoid valves for proper operation, if necessary
  • Test and inspect motor:
    • Amp draw
    • Vibration
    • Temperature
  • Grease and inspect all bearings
  • Inspect tracking system for wear
  • Tighten all loose fasteners
  • Adjust brush or scraper assembly