Keep Your Equipment Running at Top Speed - Keep Your Equipment Running at Top Speed
Maintenance Checklist
Treadmills: Check control board function, speed and incline calibration, amp draw and motor brushes. Check run belt wear, alignment and tension. Adjust where needed. Lubricate to manufacturer specifications. check rollers and drive system. Inspect frame welds, screws, bolts and fasteners. Detail motor compartment and clean exterior. Perform function test. Document current equipment status and future concerns.

Ellipticals/CrossTrainers/Ski Machines: Check all electronic functions and calibration. Examine wear items such as stride belts, timing belts and generator belts. Check flywheel surface, alternators, rollers, bearings, chains, sprockets, pulleys, crank assemblies, transmissions, brake assemblies and heart rate controls. Lubricate and adjust drive systems where needed. Inspect frame welds, screws, bolts and fasteners. Test for proper function and stability. Clean exterior. Document current equipment status and future concerns.

Stationary Bikes: Check all electronic functions and calibration. Examine wear items such as generator belts, drive belts and brake pads. Check flywheel surface, alternators, bearings, chains, sprockets and heart rate controls. Lubricate and adjust drive systems where needed. Inspect frame welds, screws, bolts and fasteners. Test for proper function and stability. Clean exterior. Document current equipment status and future concerns.

Stair Climbers/Steppers: Check all electronic functions and calibration. Inspect cable/chain systems, bottom springs, return springs and lubricate where needed. Inspect clutch pivot points, rollers, bearings and bushings. Inspect all belt and chain tension. Inspect frame welds, screws, bolts and fasteners. Test for proper function and stability. Clean exterior. Document current equipment status and future concerns.

Strength Equipment: Inspect and align guide rods, carriage assemblies, clips, pulleys and channels. Lubricate guide rods, pivot points and sliding mechanisms. Check all hardware for proper torque and cables for fraying. Lubricate and adjust drive systems where needed. Inspect frame welds, screws, bolts and fasteners. Document current equipment status and future concerns.
Website Builder provided by  Vistaprint