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Service your machine with the experts from Vermeer Australia

Vermeer Australia

Servicing can be hard to fit into the busy schedule of an owner/operator, but Vermeer Australia makes the process easy for customers, offering support throughout the whole process.

Why is servicing important?
Buying machinery is a large investment for a business, so it’s important to keep investments well looked after so they are constantly delivering to the bottom line. Regular servicing on equipment means operators can maximise productivity, performance and uptime, and that when the time comes to upgrade the machine, it’s in good condition and well looked after.

Vermeer Australia’s dedicated field service and workshop teams are ready to assist with scheduled service needs whether they require maintenance on-site or at one of its fully equipped workshop facilities. 

Scheduled maintenance – anywhere, any time
Sometimes the machines might be out on a job for a long period of time, and hard to take in for scheduled service. Vermeer’s fleet of dedicated mobile service trucks are equipped to efficiently and safely perform preventative maintenance on the job site or premises, whether the client is located in the city, or in the regions, reducing disruption to the working day and minimising machine down time.

Vermeer Australia also has a proven track record working on large infrastructure and utility projects, meaning its teams are well equipped to support everyone with equipment and training across areas of project management, parts inventory, human resource management and occupational health and safety.

Vermeer Australia’s dedicated field service and workshop teams are ready to assist with scheduled service needs.

What does a service check on your machine look like?
The company’s service technicians follow an extensive checklist when servicing a machine, and tailor it depending on the make, model, and machine use and hours. Some things Vermeer Australia’s expert technicians might check include:

  • Tyres, wheels and any bearings
  • Engine and hydrostatic drive
  • Check monitors, data collection and any software updates
  • Fuel and fuel tank check
  • Air filter checks and changed if required
  • Service cooling system and clean cooling package
  • Change transmission hydraulic oil and filters
  • Inspect and tighten all hardware where needed

Looking to book in your next service with Vermeer Australia? It doesn’t matter if you’re onsite, or your machine is in the yard – they have got you covered.

For more information visit Vermeer.

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This article appeared in the October edition of Trenchless Australasia. Access the digital copy of the magazine here.

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