Remanufacturing, reconditioning or recycling, no matter what you call it, it is a process of giving new life to otherwise unwanted products. Here, every unit we receive goes through a strict remanufacturing process developed from over 30 years of experience in the remanufacturing industry. Here’s a quick step-by-step process of how we do it.
Step 1: Unit Identification Units received are identified and entered into our Quality System. These are given a unique serial number and job card.
Step 2: Disassembly Units are disassembled into component parts. Each piece is thoroughly degreased and checked.
Step 3: Inspection Parts are meticulously inspected and where needed, tested to establish their condition. All serviceable working items are replaced in accordance with the original equipment according to manufacturers’ specifications. Worn and damaged parts are replaced before unit casings are carefully shot blasted to restore them to their original condition.
Step 4: Assembly The parts are transferred to the remanufacturing section. Here, they are reassembled in accordance to original equipment based on manufacturers’ specifications.
Step 5: Testing Completed units are then thoroughly tested for complete functionality using our specially manufactured testing equipment.
Step 6: Completion Each unit is then issued a unique serial number. Details of all performed operations and replaced parts are entered into our Quality System for tracking. In the unlikely event that the unit develops a problem in the future, we are able to review its entire history.
On the quality system At the core of our remanufacturing process is a quality management system of the highest standard. And, it doesn’t just cover our manufacturing activities but extend all the way across to board to include our services, base materials and parts. When it comes to Evergrown, rest assured you’ll always receive top-notch quality.