What are Security Roller Shutters and explain the Maintenance / Repair schedule of shutters?

Friday October 11, 2019
Security shutter maintenance schedule

What are Security Roller Shutters and explain the Maintenance / Repair schedule of shutters?

Advanced Shopfront & Shutters LTD: Security shutters offer you many benefits such as maximum security, aesthetic appeal, weather protection, low maintenance, and so on. In addition to this, these are available with a hidden locking system, which is beneficial to secure your belongings from intruders. If you are struggling to have the best and effective shutters, then just visit us once.

Our shutters are made with highly strong and recyclable material such as Aluminum. This material gives you mind-blowing results that will save you money and time as well. If you already have shutters are finding difficult to maintain them in a good condition, then you must call our professionals for roller shutter repair service. They have a great deal of knowledge about every part of the shutter.

Our professionals perform their task with the standards that are fixed by-:

  • British and European Standards

  • Police Authorities

  • Educational Institutions

  • Local Fire & Civil

  • Defense Authorities

  • District Surveyors

  • and HSE.

Maintenance Schedules

It is important to maintain them in good condition. For this, you need to clean them regularly and schedule inspections. The maintenance schedule is explained as-:

  • Up to 15 cycles per day (Every 6 Months)

  • Over 45 cycles per day (Every 2 Months)

  • Up to 45 cycles per day (Every 3 Months)

  • Up to 30 cycles per day (Every 4 Months

Engineer Checklist

Well, there is a list of tasks that are performed by our engineers, include-:

  • Check the support brackets and guides.

  • Checking spiral cable for continuity,

  • Removing and replacing any damaged moving parts

  • Inspecting for damage to any parts of the door

  • Inspection of the lifting cables and ferrules as well

  • Inspecting that excessive force is not required to operate the door

  • Checking all electrical components including switches and motors are operating correctly

  • Checking all fixing bolts and fitting screws/bolts are tight

  • Inspecting and adjusting the balance of operation by re-tensioning springs and counterbalance systems,

  • Adjusting limits as necessary,

  • Inspecting the operation of any shoot bolt or locks

  • Checking that shutter is left fully operational when finished.

  • Checking safety devices are working correctly,

  • Checking that the door fully opens,

  • Cleaning of hand chains

  • Checking the operation of the lock cut out switch and the pass door cut out switch,

  • Checking the operation of the manual changeover system,

  • Checking spring balance when in manual mode,

  • Cleaning the faces of the doors and lubricating the track as required

  • Checking the operation of all controls and safety features,

  • Inspecting safety edge tubes and connections,

  • Checking and adjusting air switch,

  • Checking alignment of safety and activation beams

  • Checking and adjusting all activation systems.