Preventative Maintenance Services 



When managing a fleet of fire apparatus or emergency vehicles, Preventative Maintenance, or PM Service, is critical to ensuring an acceptable operational readiness percentage. In short, your apparatus is useless unless it is fully functioning and ready for the challenges presented by your community. That’s why PM Service is so important. All equipment breaks down and will need repair eventually, but when you put your apparatus and emergency vehicles on a PM Program with F.I.S. On Site Service, you can be sure that your apparatus is ready when you need it. In addition, you’ll always be up to date when it comes to the condition of your apparatus and what kind of repairs and service your apparatus will need in the months and years ahead. At F.I.S.On Site Service we offer a full range of Preventative Maintenance Programs, (PM Service) to meet the needs of any department or company, regardless of size or budget. We fit the program to fit your needs. PM is a key part of fleet management. PM Service is one of the few services that can actually help control costs by keeping vehicle conditions at optimum and by alerting you to potential small problems before they become major problems.If you are interested in a PM Program for you Fire Apparatus or Emergency Vehicle Fleet please contact F.I.S. On Site Service today.

Our Pumper PM Includes:

REPLACE ENGINE OIL
REPLACE ENGINE OIL FILTER(S)
REPLACE FUEL FILTER(S)
REPLACE FUEL /WATER SEPARATOR (IF EQUIPPED)
1.GREASE CHASSIS
2.CHECK DIFFERENTIAL OIL LEVEL(S)
3.CHECK TRANSFER CASE OIL (4WD)
4.INSPECT SHOCK ABSORBERS FOR LEAKAGE.
5.INSPECT SPRINGS/AIR BAGS FOR CRACKS OR DAMAGE.
6.INSPECT FUEL LINES FOR LEAKS AND/OR CRACKS.
7.INSPECT BRAKE LINES, SHOES, DRUMS AND/OR DISCS FOR LEAKS AND/OR CRACKS.
8.INSPECT ALL STEERING LINKAGE, HOSES AND FLUID LEVEL.
9.INSPECT WHEEL BEARINGS AND SEALS.
10.INSPECT CHASSIS FRAME RAILS AND CROSS MEMBERS.
11.CHECK AND TIGHTEN DRIVE LINE BOLTS IF NEEDED.
12.INSPECT UNDERCARRIAGE FOR LOOSE BOLTS AND BROKEN SUPPORTS.
13.INSPECT TIRES FOR UNEVEN WEAR, DAMAGE, AND CORRECT TIRE PRESSURE (ADJUST IF NEEDED)
14.CHECK WIRING FOR RUBBING AND CHAFFING, SECURE IF NEEDED.
15.CHECK ALL CHASSIS INTERIOR LIGHTS FOR PROPER OPERATION AND LENS CONDITION.
16.CHECK WINDOW GLASS FOR DAMAGE.
17.CHECK WINDSHIELD WIPER OPERATION AND CONDITION.
18.FILL WASHER SOLVENT IF NEEDED.
19.INSPECT CAB AND BODY FOR CORROSION AND PERFORATION.
20.CHECK TURN SIGNAL AND 4-WAY OPERATION.
21.CHECK ALL EXTERIOR WARNING LIGHT OPERATION AND CONDITION OF LENSES.
22.INSPECT BATTERY FLUID LEVEL AND ADJUST IF NEEDED.
23.LUBE CHASSIS DOOR HINGES AND LATCHES.
24.DRAIN MOISTURE FROM AIR RESERVOIRS.


Annual Aerial Service & Inspection

Aerial fire trucks are an essential part of any department’s apparatus fleet. But when it comes to aerials, one question more than any other occupies the fleet manager; how safe is our aerial equipment? A lot of accidents occur when using the aerial. Many times those accidents are related to driver and operator error. Human related accidents are something every firefighter strives to eliminate, but Aerial equipment failure is unacceptable, and unnecessary. Metal fatigue, cracking, and loose bolts are all common aerial problems that can easily be identified during an annual aerial inspection. Without inspections, these small problems can result in major accidents, even including death. At F.I.S. On Site Service we offer an annual aerial inspection program designed to work with any aerial fire apparatus and any company or department. And because costs are always an issue, we offer competitive pricing to make annual pump inspections affordable. If your company or fire department is currently in need of aerial testing, contact F.I.S. On Site Service today and eliminate the worry of aerial failure. All our aerial inspections and testing exceed the NFPA 1914 requirements.Aerial Service Includes:
1.FUNCTION TEST ALL AERIAL CONTROLS AND OPERATIONS
2.CHECK FUNCTION OF OUTRIGGERS
3.CHECK ALL CABLE ADJUSTMENTS
4.CLEAN, INSPECT AND GREASE ALL AERIAL GREASE POINTS, TURN TABLE , AND SLIDERS
5.CHECK HYDRAULIC OIL AND CHANGE FILTERS
6.CHECK FUNCTION OF ALL ELECTRICAL SWITCHES, CONTROLS, AERIAL EMERGENCY LIGHTS, AND INTERCOM
7.CHECK ALL HYDRAULIC HOSES FOR LEAKS, CHAFING, CRACKS AND/OR RUBS
8.CHECK HYDRAULIC FITTINGS, VALVES, AND CONTROLS FOR LEAKS
9.CLEAN AND LUBE ALL OUTRIGGERS
10.CHECK OPERATION OF AERIAL EMERGENCY SYSTEM
11.CHECK EXPIRATION DATE OF BREATHING AIR CYLINDERS IF APPLICABLE

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