Tennessee Forklift Maintenance

For companies that use forklifts regularly, proper forklift maintenance is essential. Forklifts that are properly maintained and kept in good repair will run better and last longer than those that are routinely ignored. Keeping batteries charged, parts oiled, screws and bolts tightened and making sure there is air in the tires (if the tires take air) are all simple maintenance tasks that can be done on a regular basis to ensure smooth functioning of the company's forklift. In most cases, maintenance tasks can be done in-house by forklift operators or staff technicians, in order to save the company money.

"...In most cases, maintenance tasks can be done in-house by forklift operators or staff technicians, in order to save the company money..."

Another regular need for companies that use forklifts is spare parts. Lift trucks often need spare parts such as spark plugs for minor repairs. Like maintenance, minor lift truck repairs can also often be done in-house. The important thing is to have a dealer on call that can provide those parts on a moment's notice. More specialized parts should only take a few days to receive. Dealers are also often available to perform more extensive repairs to forklifts. In many cases, the repair technicians can come on-site to job locations for the convenience of the client.

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Spare parts are routinely available for all major brands of forklift. Many dealers keep common parts in stock at all times, so clients can always be assured of getting certain things right away. Other companies stock up on commonly used parts to minimize trips to the dealer. In Tennessee, Brauer Material Handling Systems, Inc. provides spare parts, repair and maintenance services for forklifts.

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