If you’re thinking about reconditioning your equipment ask yourself a few questions:
What is my budget?
How long do I plan to keep this asset?
How is the machine going to be used?
Reconditioning is typically less expensive than purchasing new. Depending on the equipment, an owner may be able to recondition two assets for the same price as buying a new one. Thus, return on investment is twice that of a single new asset.
Reconditioning can also be considered a green alternative to disposing of a machine. It reduces the amount of material destined for landfills, and reconditioning saves resources when compared to manufacturing a new unit. The best factory reconditioning programs include a rigorous process that tears a machine down to the frame and looks at four major systems: electrical, hydraulic, drive train and structural components. Boom structures also should be completely disassembled and engines removed, evaluated and resealed or rebuilt.
KMH restores to new or replaces structural elements, including the following:
Seat & Seat Belts
Steering Wheel & Horn Buttons
Fork Bars & Forks
Pins & Bushings
Mufflers & Exhaust Pipes
Bellows & Knobs On Controllers
Let the KMH Parts & Service Team give you a FREE QUOTE to completely recondition your aging material handling equipment instead of buying new. In many cases we can fully recondition two for what you can expect to pay for one new one!