Closing an industrial plant can be quiet the process. It is emotionally tiring, mentally draining and physically exhausting. Aside from the physical activities and inventories that need to be closed, plant owners are plagued with the burden of what to do with the industrial surplus equipment and surplus electrical components that essentially make up the interior of the plant itself. Fortunately for owners of these industrial plants with a surplus of used industrial electrical equipment and components there are companies that work to salvage and recondition parts and equipment to like new condition with a process known as refurbishing.
Companies that refurbish electrical components often have a division within their company that has an asset management division which focuses on the complete tear down and recovery of electrical equipment and components. These companies have professional individuals who are trained on how to recondition the parts that are previously used and operated.
Reconditioning of electrical components and machinery involves taking apart the piece, cleaning it, replacing worn parts, lubricating moving components, re-assembling, and testing to ensure the quality of the refurbished equipment and components to assure they are operating as if they were new. The parts that have been recovered and resold from a company other than the original manufacturer are called surplus components.
People are often confused and have a difference of opinions on these reconditioned or refurbished electrical components. However, companies that sell industrial surplus electrical components ensure that they are high quality, fully functioning components that are as safe and reliable as their original electrical counterparts.
A myth that circulates is that there is a great risk tangled with buying refurbished parts however more often than not provided that the recovered surplus part is reassembled by a guaranteed company and is assured that these can outlive their original counterparts. A few in the industrial set up also believe that at times these refurbished electrical parts are higher in quality than the original due to the rigorous testing and analysis that they went through during the electrical recovery process.
Electrical surplus component recovery companies start by first assessing the condition of the electrical component parts. Afterwards they are trained on how to begin the refurbishing process of tearing down the component, cleaning each part, inspecting it, repairing what needs to be done, test it, and mark it for sale as refurbished. If certain parts on components need to be replaced due to worn-out issues they are immediately replaced and tested. Each part is painted and re-assembled. Paint selection is also important as it provides durability and protection to these electrical components. Equipment is finally complete and ready for usage after it passes all the thorough testing and critical analysis. These companies should be able to provide valued electrical recovery products to keep it working efficiently and to also provide safety when operators will start to use them.
It is vital to purchase only refurbished electrical parts from a trusted company that has a considerable reputation and extensive knowledge on how to recondition electrical components. It is a must that this company has a guaranteed procedure and complete track record of providing only the quality reconditioned products that are expected. Pricing varies among companies and it is imperative to ask for their refurbishing policy so you may gain enough confidence on which company to purchase refurbished electrical components and equipment from.
Learn more about J & P Electrical Company and their vast line of new, surplus, and refurbished industrial electrical components including: circuit breakers, bus ducts, bus plugs, disconnects, fuses, panel switches, tap boxes, and transformers at https://www.jpelectricalcompany.com/products.php. To contact one of our product reconditioning specialists call 877.844.5514 today.