When Alloy buys or receives used screw presses they are often in poor condition. The photo to the left is an example of a screw press in need of remanufacturing.
The remanufacturing process begins with a thorough inspection of the frame, looking for cracks or other integrity issues. From there all aspects of the machine are inspected, including gearing, bearings, cages, motors, all wear, and internal components. Next an inspection report is generated indicating the condition of all component and determination is made as to whether each components is to be repaired, rebuilt, or replaced with new. Internal wear components such as barrel bars, shaft parts, and the like are always replaced with either rebuilt or new components. Components that are repaired or rebuilt are brought back to conform with the original equipment specifications. The machine is then reassembled and mechanically test ran in our facility prior to shipping.
All Alloy remanufactured equipment carries the same warranty and guarantee as new equipment.