VSD breakdown cover

Published:  24 August, 2017

QUANTUM CONTROLS says it can provide 24/7 variable speed drive cover for any business for less per day than the cost of a cup of coffee.As a leading UK supplier of variable speed drives, motors and maintenance/repair services, Quantum has recently launched its newest service offering - The ‘One Call’ Contract.

For customers with a problem of any kind with installed variable speed drives, Quantumsays its ‘One Call’ Contract guarantees to have them back up and running with just one site visit – or in some cases, with just one phone call.

MD Kevin Brown explains “When a variable speed drive breaks down it can halt the whole manufacturing process and costs begin to mount quickly. With the average cost of one hours lost production in UK manufacturing amounting to £12K, Quantum’s ‘One Call’ Contract offers an immediate solution and peace of mind when you’re faced with an emergency breakdown.”

The company says for just £947 net per 12 month contract, businesses can benefit from: 24/7 direct telephone support from drive experts; immediate 'engineer to site' request; unique 'first visit fix' guarantee; all variable speed drives installed on a site covered under one contract regardless of make, type and power rating; access to UK's largest stock of variable speed drives, spares and hire units and unlimited calls and site visits. Sign up before 30th September and get an extra three months free.

t: 0333 305 7217

e: onecall@quantum-controls.co.uk (quoting reference number 3MF5)

w: www.quantum-onecall.co.uk

Click here for the full unedited version of the release as provided by the company

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