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Gym Equipment Maintenace Procedures

Gym equipment requires regular maintenance to keep it working properly. Use this checklist for regular safety checks and good record keeping help you protect your clients from injury when they’re using your equipment, and also protect you from liability in the event of an incident where someone is injured at your facility.
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07/26/2022

Gym Equipment Maintenace Procedures

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Gym equipment requires regular maintenance to keep it working properly. Use this checklist for regular safety checks and good record keeping help you protect your clients from injury when they’re using your equipment, and also protect you from liability in the event of an incident where someone is injured at your facility.
  • Powder Coated Finish

  • Any identified breaks or scratches in coating surface, should be made good within a month:

  • Avoid any refurbishment work in direct sun or in temperature less than +10 degrees.

  • Particular attention should be paid to the areas adjacent to stainless steel components where corrosion on bare steel would be accelerated.

  • Galvanized Steel Components

  • Any damage or scratches penetrating the coating surface identified should be made good within a month:

  • Avoid any refurbishment work in direct sun or in temperature less than +10 degrees.

  • Motion Stop Buffers

  • Maintenance toolkit requirements

  • You will also need some other basic tools to assist you.

  • These are:

  • Bearing replacement tools:

  • Procedure:

  • Bushes and bearings

  • Fixings

  • Paint

  • Cardio Range

  • Cross Trainer

  • Leg Press

  • Pull up assisted pull up

  • Lat pull down shoulder press and chest press seated row

  • Prohibited Equipment

  • Spares

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