Schwing Service Center
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Fax – (651) 429-2112
Build the proper foundation of Knowledge. Come to a Schwing Service Seminar and gain a deeper understanding of maintenance, troubleshooting, and safety. Schwing Service Seminars are divided into two levels to fit your needs. We start with classroom basics and move all the way through hands-on troubleshooting. Get the most out of your equipment today by attending a Schwing Service Seminar.
Seminar fees include lunch and transportation between Schwing and the hotel, transportation from the airport and the hotel is not included. Attendees will also receive the Service Manual on CD-ROM along with a printed copy of the Training Manual. Airfare, hotel and evening meals are not included.
Signing Up is Simple!
We will process your application and send you a seminar confirmation along with lodging information and maps from the airport to the hotel and Schwing facility. (NOTE: We will make the hotel reservation for you. All students stay at our designated hotel. Rates per evening are approximately $80.00 plus tax.)
Fly into Minneapolis-St.Paul International Airport. Attendees should plan to arrive the Sunday prior to their class and depart the following Friday. It is the attendees’ responsibility to get to and from the airport. Cab fare from the airport to the hotel is approximately $50.00.
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October 12-15, 2020 cancelled
Cost: $1125 per person
October 19-22, 2020 cancelled
Cost: $1175 per person
Operators & Mechanics
October 26-27, 2020 cancelled
Cost: $565 per person
If you don’t have time to come to one of our Factory Service Seminars. Then let us come to you. Schwing offers on-site training for Schwing boom trucks, line pumps, material handling pumps and fire trucks. One of our qualified training instructors will come to your facility and provide a tailored training program to suit your needs.
Contact Jorge Gonzalez at (651) 429-0999 for details and cost.
Click on the links below to download the latest set of instructions for Schwing SP and BPL equipment.
BPL Training Manual
BPL Rock Valve Rebuilding Instructions
SCT In-Cab Controller Operating Instructions
SCC In-Cab Controller Operating Instructions
38SX EASy Reference Guide
36 Direct Drive Bypass Instructions
Scanreco Remote Pairing Instructions
Hydraulic Hoses and Fittings Book
Green Shield Warranty
– Priceless Peace of Mind
What is the measure of concrete pump quality?
The willingness of the manufacturer to back the product with the best warranty in the business. The Green Shield One Year Warranty is standard with all boom pump models. Schwing’s Green Shield Plus Warranty extends that coverage for two extra years for a nominal fee. It’s only fitting that the best pump comes with the best warranty, and that’s priceless peace of mind.
Because Your Business Can’t Wait
Authorized Schwing dealers plus factory parts and service professionals at our Call Center and $40 million in parts inventory – that’s Schwing’s Green Shield Parts and Service protection that no other pump manufacturer can match. Call 24 hours a day six days a week for the best technical service support. And with Schwing service techs located in strategic parts of the country, we’re close if you need hands-on service. This level of customer support has been the foundation of our customer loyalty for more than 35 years.
CAT Engine Warranty Registration
Schwing SP owners should register for their CAT engine warranty as soon as they get their pump to start their warranty protection. This warranty is included with your Schwing stationary pump and takes only a few minutes to complete.
Insist on a Schwing Certified Boom Inspection!
Not all independent inspectors are certified. Call our service department today for a list of Schwing certified inspectors.
Periodic inspections according to ASME standard B30.27-2009 include complete visual inspection of all structural areas, including:
• Booms (all sections)
• Pedestal (tower)
• Main column and turret
• Hydraulic cylinders, lines and tubing, holding valves
• Safety decals
• Boom rests, steps, boom guide brackets, etc.
• Pin and bearing clearances
As per ASME B30.27-2009 Standard 27-2.1.3 Periodic Inspections 27-184.108.40.206, complete inspection of the material placing boom and structural support system shall be performed by a qualified person at the intervals listed below:
• First 5 years: every 2,000 working hours, or at least once per year (whichever occurs first)
• 5 to 10 years: every 1,000 working hours, or at least once per year (whichever occurs first)
• 10 years and older: every 500 working hours, or at least once per year (whichever occurs first)
Schwing Approved Boom Inspection and Boom Repair Companies
To Schedule A Boom Inspection Email: email@example.com or call 651-653-5438.
|Concrete Pump Repair
a SCHWING company
North Branch, MN
Coastal Carolina Pumping Inc.
Domson Engineering & Inspection Ltd.
Foley Boom Inspection
Klein Welding Services
R. Walker LLC.
G & T Truck Repair
SCHWING BOOM INSPECTORS
“With today’s extra long reaching booms and the higher strength steels being used, the correct repair
procedures and standards must be followed to insure the structural integrity of the repair.”
– Jeff Popa
Q. What type and grade of oil is used in Schwing hydraulics?
A. There are several Brands of ISO VG46 hydraulic oil approved for use. Consult the service manual for other brands.
Q.What factors would you consider when offered a “cheaper” oil?
A. Is it cheaper through lower supply and transport costs? Is it less highly refined? Does it contain less effective additives? Are the additives compatible with those currently in use? See our oil recommendations.
Q. What is the soil pressure of the outrigger for my machine?
A. Since the 1980’s Schwing has installed a decal on each outrigger with the maximum outrigger load in lbs. The formula for the soil pressure is: Maximum outrigger load(lbs.) ÷ Area of soil contact(sq/in.)= Soil pressure(psi.)
Q. Can I check the Nitrogen charge in an accumulator system with out an accumulator Charge Kit?
A. Yes, If you watch the accumulator hydraulic gauge closely as you hit an e stop button to disengage the e top system the gauge will start to drop slowly, at a certain pressure the gauge will drop to zero at a faster pace. The pressure at which the gauge changes is the amount of Nitrogen charge in the accumulator bladder.
Q. What is the maximum amp draw of the electric motor on my SPB power pack or electric stationary pump?
A. All electric motors have the maximum current draw listed on the motor tag. If you do not have access to the tag you can use the following formula. All 460 volt 3 phase motors draw a maximum of 1.2 amps per horsepower. Example a 30 horse SPB motor operating on 460 Volt 3 phase the maximum amp draw would be 30 X 1.2= 36 amps. Also Once you know the maximum amperage you can ask for a power source that is 125% of the maximum or in this case you would need a 45 amp service.