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Insurance of machines and mechanisms against breakdowns
How does insurance protection work?
If something happens to a machine, we'll help you solve it:
24/7 operators at 770-574-8686 will tell you what to do;
experts of the Company will estimate the damage and assist in preparing the necessary documents for the insurance payment;
After identifying the causes of the accident and damage assessment, the Company will pay compensation under the contract of insurance against breakdown.
What can I insure?
The insurance contract can protect company assets such as machinery, apparatus, mechanical equipment and plant of the company or individual work areas, including:
power generation machines (steam boilers, turbines, generators, engines, etc.)
machines and installations for distribution and transmission of energy (transformers, high-voltage switchboards, circuit breakers, power lines, etc.)
Working and auxiliary machines (various machine tools, pumps, compressors, paper-making machines, etc.).
It is possible to insure machines and mechanisms both under a separate contract and within a complex contract of enterprise property insurance.
Why do you need insurance protection?
Machinery and mechanisms are expensive assets of any enterprise, which require special protection in case of its damage as a result of
energy overload, overheating, vibration, disconnection, jamming, clogging by foreign objects, exposure to centrifugal forces, the action of low temperatures, "fatigue" of the material;
the effect of electricity in the form of electrical short-circuits, mains overloads, voltage drops, atmospheric discharges and other similar phenomena
Hydraulic shock or lack of liquid in boilers, steam generators, other apparatus operating by means of steam or liquid;
Explosion of steam boilers, internal combustion engines or other power sources;
errors in design, construction and calculations, errors in manufacturing and installation;
Flaws in casting or material used;
Unintentional errors in use and maintenance;
Breakage of cables and chains, falling of insured objects, hitting them against other objects and other events of emergency nature.