Chute Installation, Maintenance, & Inspections

Enjoy the ongoing benefits of our comprehensive services and long-term partnership

In our evolving and dynamic industry, we pride ourselves on continual analysis of our clients’ needs in order to provide comprehensive and customized services so they can always enjoy optimal transfer chute performance, and the safety, environmental, and financial benefits it brings.

We provide the following services to help clients maintain optimal performance:

  • On-site inspections
  • Maintenance trend reporting
  • Maintenance, supervision, and service contracts
  • Supply of required spares
  • Construction service from turnkey installations to supervision

Installation Services

Once the chute is manufactured to client expectations and governmental regulations, our experienced, skilled team provides everything from turnkey installations to supervision and consultation thereof, depending on clients’ requirements.

We also install retrofits — replacing a client’s existing chute (often a competitor’s) with a custom-designed Weba chute to fit within the constraints of the client’s building and performance requirements.

Maintenance Services

We tailor maintenance contracts to your needs, whereby an installation crew is either permanently stationed on-site or is present on maintenance days. We conduct maintenance every three to six months, which involves replacing unfit components, wear materials, auxiliary items, and more.

The most important aspect is upgrading chutes with the latest improvements, including safety and service advancements, such as inspection doors, guards, and at present, offering Quick Release Lips (QRL’s) to all Weba chutes and retrofits.

We stay compliant with the latest rules and requirements of each site and make safety our top priority.

Inspection Services

As a value-added service, our field advisors routinely inspect all operational chutes and report not only on the wear status, but also suggest performance improvements where possible. These protracted inspections help establish wear patterns within each individually engineered transfer and detect changes in operating conditions (e.g., wet summer conditions). These reports enable end users to better monitor and prepare for maintenance, and thus, minimize production impact.