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Maintenance Agreements & Warranty

SOLAS Designed exclusively by Hitachi Construction Machinery (UK)

The SOLAS Service package gives universal cover with a comprehensive range of benefits to ensure your Hitachi machines are maintained to the highest standards, resulting in maximum reliability and performance.

Service by Hitachi trained engineers

Only genuine and approved parts

Life of contract annual inspections

All round cover

Second hand value enhancement with full dealer service history

SOLAS maintenance agreements can be tailored to meet your own requirements. HCMUK will inform you when your machine is approaching a service up to 60 working hours before it is due. All we need from you is the site contact details for the machine and we will do the rest. Service agreements can be bundled with your machine purchase price at point of sale with the machine, per service or monthly on an hourly rate.

Repair & Maintenance (R&M)

Incorporating the SOLAS maintenance agreement, an R&M agreement from HCMUK is your insurance policy. In addition to HCMUK managing and completing your routine maintenance you also have the peace of mind that your machine is covered for any routine major component changeout’s during the life of the agreement ensuring maximum machine uptime.

Extended Warranty

Choose from three extended warranty options to suit your business requirements: Standard Plus, Power Train, or a combination of both depending on your requirements.

Standard Plus is an extension of the standard warranty covering the same components for a maximum period of 60 months or 10,000 hours (whatever comes first). Suitable for extensively operated excavators and wheel loaders in demanding high cycle time applications such as those in demolition, mining, and quarrying. Power Train covers major components, such as hydraulic cylinders, main hydraulic pumps, travel motors, swing motors and control valves.

Power Train warranty starts when the standard warranty expires and is effective for up to a maximum 48 months or 8,000 hours (whichever comes first). Choose this option if your excavator or wheel loader is operating in a less demanding application such as general construction projects.