Rotex Global LLC Refurbishes Existing Equipment to Like-New Condition

March 24, 2010

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Rotex Global LLC Refurbishes Existing Equipment to Like-New Condition

Rotex Global LLC provides refurbishment services as a cost-efficient alternative to purchasing a brand-new machine. Rotex parts and service technicians provide thorough multi-point inspections and accurate cost estimates prior to restoring equipment to its original condition, with a full one-year warranty.

Designed to meet high-performance standards, Rotex machines provide years of efficient operation. When major assemblies do become necessary, refurbishment services from Rotex provide an affordable solution. With more than 100 years of experience as a leading screening manufacturer, Rotex is able to deliver authentic major assemblies in two to three weeks for any Rotex separation equipment, keeping costly downtime to a minimum. Refurbished machines are returned to the customer in like-new condition with a full one-year warranty.

Technicians can refurbish any Rotex machine to exact OEM standards, restoring the optimal level of performance. Rotex technicians disassemble machines and carefully assess each component to accurately determine faulty areas and inefficiencies. Based on the evaluation, components will be replaced, reconditioned, or upgraded with the latest technological advancements. Designed to work seamlessly in Rotex machines, only genuine Rotex replacement parts are used to ensure greater lifecycle value and operating efficiency of equipment.

To ensure minimal disruption to production, Rotex parts and service also offers drive replacement and reconditioning options with quick turnaround times. Rotex keeps reconditioned drives in stock for all Rotex screener models, and can rebuild and ship drives within three days. Reconditioned screener drives are rebuilt with genuine Rotex parts and include a full two-year warranty. After installation of the reconditioned drive, customers can conveniently return old drives to Rotex with quick shipment of replacement drives.

In addition to refurbishment services, technicians can upgrade machines with the latest technological advancements and design features. Upgrades include compensating clamps, new top cover designs, improved sealing designs, new connector options, new screen frame designs, and other design and performance improvements now available to enhance older machines.

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