NATA ACCREDITED TESTING, REPAIR & ENGINEERING SERVICES
IN-HOUSE OR MOBILE TESTING & REPAIRS With NATA accredited testing capacity to 1,000 tonnes in-house and 35 tonne capacity mobile test machines, we have the facilities and expertise to test a broad range of lifting and rigging equipment. Our experienced technicians can also service or repair lifting and rigging equipment both on-site and offsite and we pride ourselves on offering quick turnaround times on all gear sent back to our workshops for repairs. Most Bunzl Safety branches have NATA accredited repair and test equipment, as well as both proof load and destruction testing services being available. Our full NATA accreditation also ensures that all lifting equipment tested by Bunzl Safety is in accordance with the relevant Australian Standards and independently audited to international laboratory testing guidelines. laboratories to ISO 17025 for maintaining lifting and safety
ENGINEERED & MANUFACTURED PRODUCT At Bunzl Safety we understand that some heavy lifting and towing applications require custom requirements and expert technical know-how to deliver the safest, yet cost effective solution. We have full time engineering staff and quality assured manufacturing facilities for the design, manufacture and testing of equipment for those specialised applications. ACCORDANCE WITH AS4991 AND OTHER RELEVANT AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS) INCLUDE: • Spreader bars, C hooks and gantry crane systems • Synthetic, chain and wire rope slings • Height safety systems • Forklift jibs, work platforms and goods cages • Scissor clamps and drum handling equipment. OUR EXPERT ENGINEERING STAFF CAN ALSO UNDERTAKE: • Proof load testing • Lifting studies, crane assessments and incident reports • Design and assessment of height safety systems CUSTOM DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED LIFTING PRODUCTS (MADE IN
We offer both in-house and mobile NATA accredited testing of a broad range of lifting and rigging equipment.
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