Here at Bob Wild Machinery we have a large, fully equipped, modern workshop on site from which to carry out all our repair, service and refurbishment work. We have 3 fully qualified Mechanics with a wealth of experience on a variety of equipment. With a hydraulic specialist and also a John Deere Master Technician, we are more than well equipped to provide a high level of quality workmanship.

Every machine has a specific process which its goes through here at BWM, we don’t just roll it off a wagon and roll it back on as it’s sold. You are not just buying the machine, you are also buying the BWM package that comes with every purchase. This gives the customer the confidence when purchasing, that they are buying a product ready for work , that functions as it should, has been recently serviced, and fully workshop prepared.

BWM Process

First Stage

When a machine arrives it is given a full inspection and appraisal of all work that is needed to be carried out, so all parts can be ordered ahead of its workshop slot. A full functionality test is undertaken to ensure the machine performs as it should, and identify areas where it doesn’t.

Second Stage

The machine/equipment is given a full wash and valet in our purpose made wash bay and preparation facility. All debris cleaned and removed, with a full internal and external cleaning process ready for the workshop.

Third Stage

Any necessary repair work is carried out in our workshop, along with a full service in line with the manufacturer’s recommendations. A further detailed inspection is carried out of bodywork and overall condition and any bodywork or paintwork is repaired at this stage.

Final Stage

The machine has a final functionality test, and is then signed off by our workshop supervisor, finally passed on to our specialist ‘finisher’ where it is then given a final full clean and valet ready for sale.

BEFORE & AFTER

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Through Examination (LOLER 98)

Thorough Examination

With Health and Safety being such a prominent element in the work place today, there is an increasing demand on a wide variety of businesses to stay up to date and on top of legislation. Relevant to our industry, this includes having any lifting equipment checked to ensure that the mechanical parts are in safe working order.

All forklifts working on site are required to have a Thorough Examination, along with other lifting implements such as Telehandlers and Loader Tractors. CFTS sets the industry standard for this inspection, under which all of our fitters are fully qualified CFTS accredited Thorough Examination under the LOLER 1998 regulations.

If you require your machine or fleet to be inspected and tested, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss.