Equipment Repair Program Includes Work On Scales And Control Systems

May 31, 2011
Schenck AccuRate offers program for equipment that's been damaged or out of commission.

Schenck AccuRate has begun offering extended product life service needs through its Equipment Repair Program. 

The company has  put together a repair program that responds to situations where equipment has been damaged or put out of commission, potentially reducing costly downtimes.

Program features include repair work on scales and control systems, availability of technicians, on and off-site repairs, and equipment exchange during times of repair.  Repair work can be done on a wide range of equipment. 

Simple repairs like load cell replacement can be done on site while more significant work is done at the Schenck AccuRate repair shop.  When available, refurbished equipment can be exchanged or rented during times of repair, reducing plant downtimes. 

For more information, visit http://www.accuratefeeders.com.

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