Six-page guide to gearbox refurbishment
15 June 2016
Renold Gears has published a six-page guide to the options available to maintenance engineers for industrial gearbox refurbishment, servicing and replacement.
For instance, as a UK manufacturer, Renold can use its design capabilities and reverse engineer obsolete gearboxes, replicating the external dimensions of the old unit so that the new one fits perfectly as a drop-in replacement.
The guide details options such as, Renold’s Rapid Response service to minimise downtime and disruption, and its Service Exchange Programme that provides a new or reconditioned unit to quickly replace the one requiring a service. After servicing and repair this unit is held in stock until required, at which point the cyclical process continues.
Other services covered by the guide include strip and inspection, rebuilds, testing, commissioning and installation, as well as customer training options and warranty. It is available in printed form or as a downloadable PDF from renold.com.