Machinery Movers in Essex, Kent & London
With nearly three decades worth of experience in moving machinery of every size and scale, our service has always gone the extra few miles to ensure that machinery removals are done right.
When you need to replace a machine or it has become obsolete, it needs to be out of your premises asap in the most cost-effective manner. We can move the machine and dispose of it if required.
Safety-First Machine Removal
Before a piece of machinery can be moved, regardless of the size, it, and the area around it, needs to be properly prepared. The machine needs to be drained of oil and fluids and disconnected from utilities.
Any rubbish that has built up under the machine including chips of wood or swarf needs to be cleaned away and the route the machine will travel must be cleared of obstructions.
It is important to ensure it is not still connected to power, water, gas or air before TFM arrive to move the machine using our trained and qualified staff. Emptying the machine of fluids is essential, a small amount of spilt oil will make a lot of mess and can be dangerous.
TFM will work to its standard Generic risk assessment during all machinery removals. We will also complete, before every move, a Point of Work risk assessment. These are always unique to every move to ensure both our staff and your property stays safe. We also ask that you clear any of your staff from the immediate working area.
The Right Team & Tools for Moving Machinery
Removing or installing machinery on site can be problematical because of the size and weight of the equipment. This can create problems, including the risk of damaging the machine, damaging the fabric of the building or hurting the staff working in the area. TFM only uses the right people who are trained, experienced and qualified, as well as the correct tools, to do machinery related moves. All of our tools and equipment are regularly tested and certified. TFM also has a range of vehicles of different weights and sizes to move the machinery to or from the site.
Our team can determine the best way to accomplish a machine removal and get all items out of the property in the safest, most efficient manner. Our estimator will discuss all your requirements with you at our initial visit, and the crew who will carry out the work will involve yourself as well as your staff in producing the Point of Work Risk assessment.
TFM has the ability to bring fork lifts on site if needed and have a range of cranes available depending on the size of machine to be moved.