2016 April Servicing of Hydraulic Elevators after Flooding
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This test is based on the article, Servicing of Hydraulic Elevators after Flooding, published in the April 2016 issue and counts as one contact hour (0.1 CEU) of elevator industry continuing education credit. Most courses are approved by NAEC for CET/CAT and NAESAI for QEI and in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
Learning Objectives - After reading this article, you should have learned about:
- Understanding the severity of problems before putting a hydraulic elevator back into operation in the aftermath of flooding
- Documentation of standard operating procedures to be followed and the importance of putting them in place in case of flooding-related problems
- The dos and don'ts in dealing with servicing of hydraulic elevators when flooding happens
- Prioritizing servicing and maintenance work by focusing on essential work
- The effects of flooding on various components of a hydraulic elevator
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