Remanufacturing & Assembly
By Remanufacturing complex sub-assemblies, our Customers are able to increase the lifespan of their products in the field without having to purchase new, costly components.
The Remanufacturing process involves the dis-assembly of products with the parts then being cleaned, reused, replaced or repaired after which they are reassembled resulting in a product (or sub-assembly of a product) being returned to like new condition. Through this process, like-new products are made from worn, traded, discarded units.
Our workforce brings a plethora of experience in this space. We collaborate with Customers to create clear guidelines to make decisions about component condition, ensuring a cost effective and quality remanufactured assembly. If parts need to be replaced, Pierce has an extensive data base from which it can source what is required.
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- Process development and documentation by our Manufacturing Engineers
- Remanufacture of complete machine or sub-assemblies
- Parts procurement and inventory control
- Strip, salvage and mining of parts to be supplied for production of new product
- Issuance of a variety of reports to inform product Engineers of areas requiring improvement
- Reclaim of roller cores to include stripping hardware and coatings and re-machining as necessary