Southern Cranes & Access thanks Wheely-Safe for drop in tyre failures

Mobile crane business Southern Cranes & Access said tyre-related downtime had been significantly reduced after it fitted Wheely-Safe technology to its fleet.

The West Sussex, family-run hire firm said the tyre pressure monitoring system was working on 40 of its vehicles, constantly gauging the health of the heavy-duty fitments they run on.

Company director Kelvin Prince said: “Our tyres are carrying some seriously heavy weights, on up to six-axle machines. Each tyre is worth in the region of £1,200 so it’s vital we look after them as well as we can.

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“The Wheely-Safe system is the perfect solution for us. We’ve seen a big reduction in tyre failures across the fleet since we installed the technology and, most importantly of all, it improves the safety of our operation. If we get a blow out on one of these cranes it can do some serious damage – therefore it’s absolutely vital to have everything in place to make sure that doesn’t happen.”

Southern Cranes & Access started trading in 1997 and has one of the largest fleets of access machines and cranes in the South East.

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