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Improve Safety, Reliability and Uptime with CWSA


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Most construction companies underestimate the importance of planned maintenance and end up having to pay substantially higher costs in the long tun due to unplanned downtime.


It is well-documented that using crane A2B systems and investing in hoist and crane maintenance has a positive impact on companies’ bottom lines. Planned and predictive maintenance also increases the reliability of machinery and enhances worksite safety.


As one of the leading distributors of crane safety systems in the US, Crane Warning Systems Atlanta has helped many contractors increase the safety, reliability, and uptime of their crane operations.Let’s take a close look at our approach.


Crane safety equipment

CWSA offers a wide range of top-quality crane warning equipment from leading manufacturers in the industry, including RaycoWylie and Motorola. Our products are designed to endure harsh working conditions and offer reliable performance for nearly any industrial or construction application.We’re a proud partner of RaycoWylie and are well-equipped to provide service and after-sales support for their products too.


Improving performance and reliability

With our crane safety equipment, you can enjoy improved performance, as crane operators no longer have to rely solely on instinct. For instance, when cranes are equipped with our load monitoring systems, operators can easily read load, capacity, boom angle, radius, and length with ease on a clear color display screen, which enables easy maneuvering.


Extending equipment life

By investing in crane safety equipment, users can also benefit from an extended service life. Crane safety systems are designed to warn users when they cross pre-defined limits. For instance, excessive load on a crane can cause premature wear and tear of parts. When crane operators have warning systems, they can monitor loads and thus, prevent excessive wear that lowers equipment service life.


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Meeting OSHA requirements

Given how devastating crane accidents can be, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has developed strict guidelines to ensure crane safety. Among other operational aides, OSHA requires the use of crane anti-two-block systems for certain lifts to prevent dangerous two-blocking of cranes. Additionally, cameras around the lift are also recommended for complete coverage, including any blind spots.

With over two decades of experience in the crane safety business, Crane Warning Systems Atlanta can help you enhance the efficiency of your operations. Products such as anti-two-block systems and LMI & RCI indicators enable project managers to meet safety and performance targets with ease.


Get in touch with us today to learn more.

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