ELEVTRE/H-M Elevators, Electric or Hydraulic - Monthly

                                                        Man Hours 6+
Special Instructions:

Check manufacturer's instructions; those having more stringent guidelines for
preventive maintenance shall be followed.  The frequencies shown here are minimum
requirements and are in addition to the regular PBS inspection tour.  Items
regularly inspected on a weekly basis include the motor-generator unit, hoist
machine, controls, and governor.  Doors, hangers, closers, interlocks, and door
operators should be checked frequently for proper operation by qualified elevator
mechanics or inspectors as they ride the elevators.  Items requiring attention
should be reported to the elevator shop supervisor or elevator contractor.

Items to Check & Initial Completion:

1. ___ Machine Room:  Dust machines, motor generator sets, control cabinets, etc.
       Sweep floor, relamp, and remove trash.  Inspect controllers, signal,
       scheduling and dispatch panels, selectors and selector tapes.  Make
       repairs and adjustments for proper operation.
2. ___ Pits:  Dust ironwork, sweep floor, empty drip pans, relamp inoperative
       lights, remove trash, and check for leaks.  Check runby, buffer switch,
       compensating switch, and emergency stop switch.
3. ___ Motors:  Hoist motor, motor generator, regulators, and exciters:  Inspect
       oil level, oil pick up, and belts; repair and adjust as necessary for
       proper operation.  Check for excessive heat, noise and leaks.  Lubricate
       the bearings in accordance with manufacturer's specification.  Renew
       brushes as necessary.  Keep end bells, commutators, and brush riggings
4. ___ Geared Machines:  Inspect worm and gear for bottoming and  back lash,
       thrust end play, bearing wear, oil pick up, oil level, and packing.  Check
       gear case for leaks.  Empty drip pan.
5. ___ Brakes:  Observe operation of brake.  Inspect drum and shoe clearance and
       adjust as necessary.  Clean and lubricate pivot points.
6. ___ Car Gate:  Clean, lubricate, and inspect hangers, and all related gate
       operating mechanisms.  Check rollers, upthrust, interlock, gear box, motor
       brushes, door control box, cables, safety edge, light rays, gibs, sills,
       proper operating speed, and force close speed.  Repair and adjust as
       necessary for proper operation.
7. ___ Speed Governor:  Observe operation, including tension sheave.  Check
       electrical switches for proper operation.  Make sure seals are in place
       and not broken.  Clean and lubricate pivot points.
8. ___ Lighting.  Relamp all inoperative lamps including, but not limited to
       hatchways, hall landings, position indicators, car stations, and domes.
       Clean light diffusers and car stations as necessary.
9. ___ Miscellaneous:  Check emergency procedure sign and inspection certificate
       is in place. Check top and side exits and related switches for proper
       operation.  Repair or replace parts as necessary to insure operation in
       accordance with manufacturer's specification.  Perform operational test of
       alarm bell, emergency stop switch, communications systems, fire recall
       service, (key capture and smoke detector) and any other emergency recall
       procedures.  Adjust or repair systems as necessary to obtain proper
10.___ Hydraulic Machines:  Observe operation of motor and pump, controls, and
       plunger.  Adjust as necessary for proper operation.  Check for leaks on
       oil lines, tank, and packing.  Repair leaks.  If creeping is excessive,
       correct.  Test manual and emergency control.  Clean and lubricate as
       necessary for proper operation.
11.___ Clean up and remove all debris from work area.

Tools & Materials:

1.  Standard Tool kit.
2.  Cleaning tools and materials
3.  Out of service signs
4.  Barricades
5.  Lubricants

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