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It happens to every crane.
Wear and Tear.  Beaten Up.  Used and Abused.

Whatever you call it, it’s a fact that over time crane components will wear down. That can lead to reduced productivity, increased breakdowns, and potentially dangerous working conditions.

When a complete crane replacement is out of the question, turn to Whiting Services to help rebuild and restore your crane to a like new condition at a fraction of the cost.

During the rebuilding process, it is also a good time to consider modernizing some of the electrical components. Whiting Services is able to modernize and rebuild everything up from a hook and block assembly up to a complete trolley or crane itself.

Contact Whiting Services at (800) 336-7900 or email us to see how we can help you rebuild and help turn back the clock on your overhead crane.

Why Rebuild Instead of Replace?

  • Renewed Operational Life at Fraction of Replacement Cost
  • Same Warranty as New Part or Equipment
  • Reduced Lead Time
  • Prevents Unneeded Retrofitting to New Units
  • Allows You to Keep Existing Inventory Without Replacement
  • Rebuilt with OEM or Updated Re-Engineered Parts
Rebuild Hook Block
Whiting Services rebuilds a Hot Metal Hook Block.

What Can Whiting Services Rebuild?

  • Most Mechanical Components
  • Hoists
  • Trolleys
  • Gearboxes
  • Bottom Blocks
  • Brake Assemblies
  • Wheel Assemblies
  • And More

We can rebuild virtually any piece equipment on the market, no matter the size, age, or manufacturer. When complete, they will function like they did when they were first commissioned.

Before Whiting Services Rebuild
Before Whiting Services Rebuild
After Whiting Services Rebuild
After Whiting Services Rebuild

How Does Rebuild Process Work?

Whiting Services takes the time to ensure the rebuild process goes smoothly and we communicate with the customer at every step of the process.

We with a complete visual inspection to see if it is a good candidate for a rebuild, or if a full replacement is recommended. We also check whether parts can be ordered or will require engineering to complete the rebuild.

From there, we remove and completely disassemble the equipment to confirm what components need to be rebuilt while measuring critical components to ensure proper tolerances and clearances.

We also check any systems or components in the same load path of the component being rebuilt to see if they are showing signs of heavy wear as well.

From there, we will clean, repair, reassemble, and repaint the component before reinstallation. It is then tested and placed it back into service.