Free Site Surveys
Our technical experts are the best people to ask about your lifting requirements and as part of our service GGR Group can carry out a personal no obligation on-site survey to identify how best to tackle your lifting challenge.
Free of charge, our experienced surveyors can recommend what lifting equipment will provide the safest and most efficient solution to your job. They can also tell you more about our full range of services including lift plans, operator hire and contract lift package.
G Force is our technical fixing emergency response team which has been formed to provide our customers with emergency back-up. If you’re a contractor faced with a small difficult fixing job, G Force are available to take care of the complicated issues allowing you to carry on with the bulk of the work and stay on schedule.
Highly trained, with the latest equipment, the G Force team are experienced GGR curtain walling and glazing professionals who can respond rapidly if things go wrong. Fully insured, G Force will draw up lifting plans and method statements and then provide the know-how, personnel and equipment to overcome the most challenging installation tasks.
- Rapid response
- Access to the latest specialist equipment
- Highly experienced
- CITB Qualified Appointed Persons etc
- RTITB Qualified vacuum lifter and glazing robot operators
- Fully insured
Expert objective technical advice and support can also be given over the phone and where appropriate is available day and night. For troubleshooting help over the phone or to arrange repairs on purchased equipment at one of our depots please contact our Oldham office on 0161 683 2580 or email email@example.com for assistance. Service and maintenance.
All GGR vacuum lifters, overhang beams, robots and cranes, whether purchased by customers, or part of our hire fleet, are serviced and repaired to the highest standards in Europe.
Maintenance is carried out by our own highly experienced and qualified engineers. If repairs are necessary, only manufacturers’ genuine spare parts are used. When a thorough examination is carried out - as required by law - it is completed strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s own examination scheme.
Our ‘in-house’ proof-testing facility enables GGR engineers to verify that each lifter will lift its certificated safe working load (SWL). Each is proof-tested to 150% of its SWL prior to dispatch. The test is recorded on the Report of Thorough Examination issued with the lifter.
In our experience, most suppliers carry out proof tests with the vacuum pads in the horizontal plane. We believe we are unique in also testing our lifters in the vertical position as this is the position in which most lifters will be used. This takes into account both the weight of the load and the friction between pad and load which can vary due to ageing, UV exposure, etc.