A typical reason for recommending a retrofit is high maintenance costs, as this explains: “When machinery is worn out, broken or has corroded parts, it becomes the perfect candidate for a retrofit. This means fixing the mechanical failures and replacing the broken parts. More often than not, the bottom bearings and lip seal constructions are the common culprits in machines that can be anything up to 25 and 30 years old. We replace the parts," and, “making sure the rest of the machine is left in good working order; giving the machine a new lease of life. The new parts have a 12-month guarantee, but may well last another 25-30 years! This makes retrofitting an affordable and effective way of reducing costs for the future."

Upgrades tend to suit clients that want to improve their production processes.




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