REBUILDING: We are often asked, what happens when a unit is rebuilt. In a 'nut shell', when a professional rebuilder
remanufactures a unit, the following procedures are followed:
- The unit is completely disassembled.
- All housing are professionally blast
- All threaded mounting holes are inspected for integrity and drill tapped to new
- Bearing races are closely inspected, as bearing slippage cannot be
- Rotors are electronically tested for proper field current
- Slip rings are installed if questionable and turned on a lathe to ensure specified
- Rectifier bridges & voltage regulators are professionally cleaned, electronically
and checked to ensure there is not any signs of deterioration
- Brushes and bearings are replaced.
Many parts can be reused (housings etc), and parts that are not reused are recycled.
REMANUFACTURING SAVES YOU MONEY
AND IS GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT.