Frequently Asked Questions
When is my equipment due for an inspection?
In Saskatchewan, structural inspections are due every two years, or 1800 hours of use, whichever comes first.
Outside of Saskatchewan, inspections are due one year to the end of the month. (Ex. your last inspection was completed on August 5th of the prior year, this years inspection would need to be completed by August 31st.)
Other equipment such as scissorlifts, forklifts, aerial devices, etc. have an industry standard of yearly inspections by qualified personnel
Boomlifts, scissorlifts, or any other rental equipment need to have inspections done yearly, in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations.
Can my NDT Inspection be performed every 10 years?
NDT Inspection can be performed for the first time after 10 years of service under the direction of an engineer, and every 5 years after that.
However, if you do wait 10 years to get your NDT inspection performed, there is a greater potential for extensive repairs. We recommend to book in with us for yearly inspections to minimize extensive mechanical repairs.
What are your methods of payment?
We accept Credit Card, EFT, or cheque. We do not accept e-transfer.