In today’s competitive environment repair, rebuild, overhaul or refurbishment of mechanical components and assemblies can deliver widespread benefits for your business. Benefits include
Cost savings by prolonging the life of a component, process or system
Opportunities to optimise existing components within your assembly or system. Resulting in improved replacement outcomes and delivering reduced damage from pressure / stress points
Opportunities to improve overall design of your component, assembly or process.
Reconditioning or design modifications can be an important cost-savings measure in planning and preparing for new or changing production requirements. Utilising our large, well equipped workshop we can perform work to the highest quality and customer satisfaction. All workshop services are carried out by qualified tradespeople, technicians and engineers. Our team can help you evaluate the cost and feasibility of overhauling or refurbishment.
How can we help?
Our well-equipped workshop is capable of performing a variety of repairs, rebuilds, overhauls or refurbishment of mechanical components and assemblies. For example:
- Machine component rebuilds (engine, powertrain, hydraulic and suspension)
- Full machine overhauls and repairs
- Light machining works
- General servicing and mechanical repairs
- Rebuild & repair of corroded machine parts
- Corrosion protection / coating of new machine spare parts
Our current portfolio includes a number of mining, rail and materials handling related items including xxxx . All services can be performed under one roof, enabling us to monitor and react quickly to your needs. Being a full-service operation enables us to remove the problems associated with the outsourcing of component overhaul or mechanical servicing. We will go the extra mile for you by tailoring our services to your specific needs. Let us know what you need, we’ll deliver it swiftly and efficiently to the highest standards.
This is our typical overhaul process
Typical overhaul process would include: 1. Component / assembly sent to us for assessment and quoting ○ Strip down of Assembly ○ Cleaning ○ Inspection i. determine reusable sub-components ii. document variables and requirements 2. Scope of work and quotation delivered, including an agreed schedule 3. Quotation approved 4. Job initiated ○ Scrap sub-components removal (such as bushes and pins) ○ Refit reusable sub-components ○ Replacement of sub-components ○ Agreed improvements / modifications completed ○ Re-Assembly ○ Painting 5. Non-destructive testing such as crack testing completed 6. Final Inspection Repaired / overhauled component / assembly delivered to you
If you are experiencing problems with your component / mechanical assembly such as short life span or increased signs of wear, this process will include troubleshooting to determine the cause of the problem and identify potential solutions or modification to mitigate these problems.