Our commitment to quality and safety — and decades of lift industry experience — make IIA the industry leader when it comes to the fabrication and installation of new crane equipment, as well as the testing, training, maintenance, and repair of all crane systems. We have decades of experience in inspecting, fabricating, and maintaining overhead cranes for our customers; and we are licensed, bonded, and insured.

How We Set Ourselves Apart From The Competition:

Combined with our use of the highest quality OEM materials, we are able to ensure exceptional workmanship that is highly durable and cost effective. We provide total support, including emergency and scheduled maintenance, fabrication, installation, major repairs and modernizations, parts sales, overhead hoist training, and comprehensive OSHA/ANSI/ASME/CSA inspections.

Our Services Include:

  • Routine Maintenance
    • Electrical
    • Mechanical
  • Emergency Repairs
  • Major Repairs
  • Modernizations
  • Crane Inspection
  • Crane Certification
  • Operator Training
    • Overhead Crane
  • Minor Service
  • Predictive Services
    • Periodic Maintenance
    • Periodic Inspections
  • New Installations
  • Fabrication
  • Static & Dynamic Load Testing
  • Safety Training
  • Parts
    • OEM Distributor
    • Drop Ship Sales
    • Below-The-Hook Devices

Common Issues with Cranes

There are many issues that can arise with overhead cranes — and IIA helps customers with all of them. Here are a few of the most common problems faced by crane owners:

  • Alignment or skewing: Misalignment is one of the most common issues with a crane. If a misaligned crane is continuously operated, it can lead to further issues, such as over wear of the motor drive and extreme wear to the wheels and bearings.
  • Bent or damaged hooks: Some crane components are also subject to extreme wear under certain conditions, such as hooks being overloaded. Depending on the design, a crane’s hook holds a load of a particular weight and is also designed to hold the load at a precise direction. If the integrity of the hook is compromised, the chance of it cracking or stretching is increased greatly, which means the load could potentially slip off of the hook.
  • Damage or degradation to the wire rope. The integrity of a crane’s wire rope can be jeopardized by lack of lubrication, overuse, improper loads and corrosion. Wire rope should be inspected before each use, and if any damage is noticed the rope should be removed, replaced, and the damaged rope should be disposed of properly.

Proactive maintenance and routine inspections can help you avoid costly repairs, downtime, crane failure and accidents. As the go-to provider for crane inspection and certification, IIA can help ensure the safety of your equipment and your company’s compliance.

Tips to avoid crane failure.

The IIA Difference

Our team is trained to examine equipment that is specific to the lift industry, and our crane engineers can assist with engineered weld repairs as well as your engineering needs related to custom design lift devices, engineered critical lifts, outrigger mat shoring, and load rate/derate cranes. Our team also keeps up to date on the latest standards, regulations, and technology affecting the lift industry through participation on standards committees and user associations. What’s more, we keep you informed!

Lastly, we track your overhead crane inspection needs and let you know when your equipment is due for inspections, reducing the chance of lapsed inspections and compliance issues.

Let IIA provide your company with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that both your assets, and more importantly, your employees are protected.

Certifications and Guidelines

  • Arizona ROC Number : 115518
  • New Mexico GS-29 License Number : 90472
  • California Number : 815024