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Conduct your own predictive maintenance inspections that don’t cost a fortune or require an outside contractor.

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Published in January 2018

It takes creativity to find solutions when working with an orphan ski lift.

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Published in September 2015

Though a lift's manufacturer may no longer be in business, the lift still requires maintenance and support. Where do you find it?

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Published in March 2015

Lift Mechanics: A Developing Dilemma

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Published in July 2017

All chairlift mechanics in Ontario must be certified through rigorous training and testing, and there are no exceptions. How's that working out?

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Published in July 2017

Conveyor lifts have fast become the workhorses at mountain resorts. Servicing them before the season will prevent downtime and headaches.

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  • Author Staff
  • Volume 53-5
  • Page 37
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Published in September 2014
Efficiency is still Rule #1 for maintenance shops.

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  • Author Gary Pavlick
  • Volume 53-2
  • Page 44
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Published in March 2014

A brake pump, a loading guide, and the winner of the Best Idea File of 2013.

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  • Author Sam Geise
  • Volume 53-1
  • Page 66
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Published in January 2014

See how the state of New York is being proactive about lift safety.

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  • Author Dave Riley
  • Volume 52-4
  • Page 24
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Published in July 2013

A little summer maintenance on winter equipment will go a long way in the fall.

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  • Author Elizabeth Eren
  • Volume 52-3
  • Page 42
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Published in May 2013
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