Many industrial machines are highly sensitive to damage. Often, however, users are unaware of the early signs of trouble. If not spotted or addressed quickly, seemingly small problems can accelerate equipment degradation, leading to far greater (and costlier) issues down the road. Keep reading to learn how you can tell that industrial machines in Rochester have sustained damage.

Look for Common Signs of Damage

The more proactive you are about potential equipment damage, the better. Observable signs of degradation will vary somewhat from one model to the next, but the following are among the most common issues worth noting:

  • Visible wear and tear, such as chipping or bending parts
  • Components feel warmer than usual
  • Excessive vibrations
  • Cracks or other damage to the cables
  • Issues with the touch screen or human machine interface
  • Exposed parts lack insulating covers

Trust Your Intuition

While checking for the aforementioned signs of damage helps, you may sometimes struggle to discern what constitutes ordinary operation — and what is problematic. In general, however, the cliche "better safe than sorry" applies.

Listen to your intuition and seek assistance as soon as you feel like something might be wrong with your machine. A little early troubleshooting can prevent bigger problems later on.

If you suspect that your industrial machine has sustained damage, look to the experts at Rochester Industrial Services for help. We can diagnose the issue and get your machine back in working order. Contact us at your earliest convenience to learn more about our repair services.