Snooper Truck Annual Inspection

Annual Inspections

The Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Truck Annual Inspection or yearly inspection is an important and required function. Consists of an operational, visual, and somewhat mechanic inspection of the Snooper Truck unit without having to disassemble it. This is done on an annual basis in addition to daily, weekly, monthly, three-month, and 6-month maintenance as outlined in the Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Truck Owners Manuals.

Under ANSI Regulation A92.8-1993, inspections are performed using a checklist created by the manufacturer. These records must be retained. Bolts must be torqued to specification. Pins, bushings, hydraulic lines and electrical circuits must be checked. The booms are looked over and checked for cracks in the welds. The Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Truck Annual Inspection must be performed by a qualified technician authorized by Paxton-Mitchell Co., LLC.

Schedule your Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Truck Annual Inspection today at [email protected].

2,000-hour / 4-year Disassembly and Inspection
*The 2,000-hour inspection applies to all new units built beginning 2019. All previous Snoopers should be disassembled and inspected at the 1,000-hour or 4-year interval.

The 2,000-hour / 4-year disassembly and inspection involves disassembly of the Snooper Truck unit for a deeper more detailed inspection of all the major Snooper Truck components. At this time all grade 8 structural bolts are replaced and torqued to proper specifications. All pins, bushings, wear pads, are measured for wear and replaced as needed. All hydraulic cylinders and lock valves are pressure tested for integrity and replace or serviced as needed.

To schedule your Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Truck 2,000-hour / 4-year disassembly and inspection contact us at [email protected].

ANSI/SAIA A92 Standards
The Scaffold & Access Industry Association is one of over 220 American Standard Institute (ANSI)-Accredited Standards Developers that develop American National Standards. The SAIA serves as Secretariat for the A92 series of standards.

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