A team of experienced technicians completely familiar with SkyTrak, JLG, Kobelco, Takeuchi, Kawasaki and many other brands of equipment are ready to provide troubleshooting assistance should a non-routine problem develop during the operation or maintenance of your construction equipment or trailer.
Grand Equipment’s service technicians repair and maintain engines and hydraulic, transmission, and electrical systems. Our service technicians perform maintenance checks on engines and all systems to ensure peak performance, safety, and longevity of the construction equipment
As a factory-authorized dealer and service center for a multitude of construction equipment manufacturers, Grand Equipment has the efficient and productive service center to service, diagnose and repair your construction equipment in a timely manner. A fully stocked parts warehouse allows us to keep your equipment downtime to a minimum and increase our customers’ equipment uptime and profitability
Hydraulic System Servicing / Hydraulic Cylinder Repairs
Many types of mobile equipment such as JLG, SkyTrak, Kobelco and Takeuchi use hydraulics to raise and lower movable parts. When hydraulic components malfunction, technicians examine them for fluid leaks, ruptured hoses, or worn gaskets on fluid reservoirs. Occasionally, the equipment requires extensive repairs, as when a defective hydraulic pump needs replacing.
In addition to conducting routine maintenance checks, our service technicians perform a variety of other repairs. They diagnose electrical problems and adjust or replace defective components. They also disassemble and repair undercarriages and track assemblies. Occasionally, technicians weld broken equipment frames and structural parts, using electric or gas welders.
The technology used in heavy equipment is becoming more sophisticated with the increased use of electronic and computer-controlled components that run much of the equipment’s functions. These on-board computers are accessed using other computers and electronic devices that are manipulated by the technician. As a result, our construction equipment service technicians have training in electronics and the use of hand-held diagnostic computers to make engine adjustments and diagnose problems.
Construction jobs rely on teamwork to get the project completed on time. Equipment uptime is critical to success; Grand Equipment Company is an essential part of your equipment maintenance and service team!
Need assistance troubleshooting your equipment? Grand Equipment Company’s field mechanics are responsible for diagnosing and repairing machines and performing scheduled maintenance on your equipment at your job-site. Field technicians are equipped with cell phones and are frequently routed throughout the day. Analyzers are used to diagnose machines with on-board computers, which allow our techs to use programmable codes to repair machines.
We provide mobile Preventative Maintenance Field Service Trucks company-wide and experienced technicians that perform these services at the customers’ place of business, or job site. Grand Equipment is committed to providing quick and affordable equipment service to get you back on the construction job. We understand equipment downtime costs you more than just money.
Prompt, on-site repairs with our fully equipped service trucks
- Technicians have many years of service experience with all types of construction equipment
- In-house and mobile staff is knowledgeable on all aspects of troubleshooting
- Factory trained technicians know construction equipment better than anyone
- Providing technicians with the most up-to-date training
Mobile Field Service Fleet
- Fully-equipped mobile trucks with compressor, generator, and tools
- Fully stocked with the most-used replacement parts
- On-board diagnostics equipment for quick problem resolution
Equipment service technicians perform some or all of the following duties
- Check all movable parts for proper performance
- Inspect equipment to detect faults and malfunctions
- Diagnose faults to determine extent of repair needed
- Add components, adjust equipment, and repair/replace parts, components, or systems
- Test repairs for proper performance to ensure the work meets manufacturers’ specifications
- Clean, lubricate, and perform other routine maintenance work on equipment.
- Perform annual inspections and regular service