Re-Manufacturing is more than just replacing a few failed parts, springs or seals!
Essentially, it is a craft that follows a meticulous 5-step process.
1- Our business partners or suppliers send us parts that no longer perform.
2- We dismantle the parts sent to us into all their components.
3- We clean and inspect every component thoroughly.
4- We remanufacture the part by strengthening common wear areas and improving the design of the part to prevent future breakdowns.
5- We rigorously test all parts to make sure they are ready to perform
Remanufacturing – for good reasons
An injector that's been remanufactured (refurbished) is still an injector – it's just gone through a manufacturing process a second time to return it to like-new quality. This process saves energy and reduces waste.
By comparison, if that injector were recycled it would be
dismantled, the hazardous materials removed, and the steel, plastic, and other recyclable contents would be converted back to raw materials, using additional energy, to produce an entirely new product.
Why Reman Before Recycle?
Remanufacturing reuses materials and conserves embodied energy, making it an advanced form of recycling!
View the video below from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation for more details.