Our customers choose to outsource their maintenance and rely on us for this critical part of operational management. The reason for this is our proven record of bringing the best practices of outsourced maintenance to the table. Outsourced maintenance implies the following key aspects:

  • Providing the best in class engineer resources otherwise costing too much to hire and have in-house
  • Bringing the automation expertise and transitioning along with client staff
  • Producing the complete set of documentation (incident reports, work orders, etc.) for the client and making sure everything is documented
  • While building trust with the client, going an extra mile by creating a preventive maintenance culture within the organization

Maintenance and Repair Outsourcing

A big part of the outsourcing equation, particularly for managers facing hiring freezes, cuts in training budgets, aging maintenance workforces, and hard-to-find skilled labor pools, is maintenance outsourcing. Today, maintenance outsourcing provided by outside vendors is covering more and more maintenance tasks once handled by in-house staff.

What are the advantages of outsourcing? Outsourcing enables budget flexibility. It lets organizations pay for only the services they need and when they need them. It also reduces the need to hire and train specialized staff, brings in engineering expertise from the outside, and reduces capital expense, yielding better control of operating costs. The outsourcing arrangement can change as your maintenance needs change.

Reducing MRO Costs & Improving ROA

Our clients are looking to predicting and preventing failures as the key to reducing their maintenance, repair, and operation (MRO) costs, and to increase their return on assets. It’s not just the equipment cost and the number of maintained units and controls, but the financial impact of failure on production. That’s why improving maintenance practices deserves so much attention.

A trend toward outsourcing maintenance and adopting asset management applications is helping operators make the improvements that are crucial to keeping facilities up and running and keeping costs down.

Below are just sample checklists used during scheduled check-ups. Any fixing and rectification not delaying the check-up schedule are done immediately at the spot, while the rest is documented to be further attended to by service engineers.

Fire Safety Systems Maintenance and Repair

  • Check up for fire alarm panels
  • Check up for fire indicators
  • Check up for automatic sprinklers
  • Check up for fire alarms
  • Check up for electrical wire circuit
  • Check up for fire pumps
  • Check up for smoke detectors
  • Check up for the Audible and visual signaling device
  • Check up for automatic alarm initiating device
  • Check up for fire extinguishers
  • Check up standpipe and hose system
  • Check up for lightning protection system
  • Check up for fire doors and emergency exits
  • Check up for valves and fire department connections
  • Cleaning of detectors

HVAC Systems Maintenance and Repair


  • Check up for electrıcal wırıng for loose connectıon
  • Check and clean wet deck
  • Pressure wash for coolıng tower
  • Check up for draıns lıne for restrıctıons
  • Lubrıcating all bearıngs and remove old lubrıcant
  • Check up for fans and aır ınlet screens
  • Inspect key and keyways ın motor and drıve shaft
  • Clean ın out coolıng tower straıner ıf necessary


  • Check up of the compressor for proper operatıon
  • Check up for dıscharge & sectıon gas pressure
  • Check electrıcal wırıng for loose connectıon
  • Check up for the oil pressure of the compressor
  • Check up forrefregırant pressure add gas if necessary
  • Inspect gasket look for leaks
  • Check up for unıt noise and vibration
  • Check up for motor greasıng
  • Check up for pıpıng and valves


  • Check up for operatıon of the pressure control
  • Check up for lubrıcate pump and motor
  • Check up for motor and pump operatıon for exeesıve vıbratıon, overheating, noise
  • Check for seals packing glands
  • Cleaning of pumps interior
  • Check up for bearings of pumps
  • Check up for piping connections
  • Cleaning of strainer suction line


  • Check up for burner for flush back
  • Cleaning of all burners nuzzles
  • Cleaning of internal sections of boiler
  • Check up for gas pressure valves
  • Check up for operation gas pressure
  • Check up for operation of controls clean and adjust
  • Check up for solenoid valves , automatic gas valve, petal solenoid valve, butterfly gas valve, air louver


  • Check up for unıt for noıse and vıbratıon
  • Cleanıng of fılters
  • Draınd and cleanıng of condensate pan
  • Lubrıcatıng of grease motor and blower bearıngs
  • Cleanıng of coıl wıth vacuum and water pressure
  • Remove/clean, adjust and reinstall evaporative pads
  • Check up for bypass valve
  • Check up for motor belt and pully for proper operation
  • Check up for tighten loose connection


  • Check up for unıt for noıse and vıbratıon
  • Cleanıng of filters and change
  • Draın and cleanıng of condensate pan
  • Lubrıcate, greasing motor and blower bearings
  • Check up for of bypass valve
  • Check up for motor belt and pully for proper operation


  • Check up for bearings and noise
  • Check up for fan blade
  • Cleaning of blower
  • Check up for electrical loose connections
  • Cleaning of fun unit
  • Check up for air duct for any damage
  • Cleaning of the air inlet and outlet


  • Check up for float valve for proper function
  • Check up for tank for leakage
  • Cleaning of surrounding area

Electrical System Maintenance and Repair

  • Check up for main panels
  • Check up for panel cooling fans
  • Check up for all circuit breakers, magnetic conductors, and relays
  • Check up for all pressure switches
  • Check up for calibration of all main vessels
  • Check up for all indicating lamps
  • Check up for all on/off switches
  • Check up for all signal isolators
  • Check up for oil motor terminals
  • Check up for all tangle sensors
  • Check up for all pneumatic solenoids
  • Check up for Voltage
  • Lubricating of generators