New reconditioning service

Published:  15 March, 2007

Sheffield engineering company, DavyMarkham is introducing a new dedicated reconditioning service at its Darnall Works. It includes a fast-track capacity able to respond within 24 hours to emergency breakdowns and factory shutdowns, working round-the-clock to inspect, repair and test mechanical equipment. The company says the service is able to undertake the reconditioning of roll chocks, mill spindles and couplings, AGC capsules, plate levellers, rolling mill housings, heavy presses, hydro turbines, rock crushing and tunnelling machines, complete gearboxes and other complex equipment.

Reconditioning often presents an opportunity to enhance the performance of existing used components, as well as returning the repaired item back into service quicker than sourcing newly-manufactured replacements. Given that lead times for purchasing new large steel forgings, heavy castings and other capital plant can be as long as 12 months, OEM-grade repairs can be highly economical, as well as saving on production downtime that can run to thousands of pounds per day. Moreover, the original quality and robustness of legacy plant often means that it can be readily returned to 'as new' condition and performance, greatly extending its working life.

A fast-track emergency breakdown service, with optional site-to-site collection and delivery, is available

A fast-track emergency breakdown service, with optional site-to-site collection and delivery, is available


For further information please visit: www.davymarkham.com

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