Remanufacturing Your Injection Molding, Blow Molding, and Die Casting Machinery is the Best Return on Your Investment
The EPCO remanufacturing process is comprehensive and easy, whether it's an injection molding machinery, blow molding machinery or a die casting machine. An EPCO representative thoroughly examines your machine, then provides a written quote for remanufacturing. The machine is then shipped to us and completely disassembled. Every part is inspected to determine the level of wear compared to original factory specs, then cleaned and remachined if necessary. After rebuilding with new parts (and often updated controls), the machine is then tested at full capacity to ensure optimum performance.
An EPCO service representative is available to supervise on-site start up and machine operation. Full documentation of the project is provided for your files. All EPCO remanufactured machines come with a full one year warranty.
It's a Win-Win
Despite evolutionary design, the basic mechanical structure of nearly all injection molding and die casting machines hasn't really changed significantly over the last several years. When remanufacturing machines, EPCO replaces hydraulics, including the addition of smoother operating servo and proportional valving. That, coupled with advanced process controls results in a "best of both worlds" scenario. The strength and rigidity of older machines is skillfully combined with the smooth operation, control and repeatability that comes from contemporary technology. Consequently, processors can anticipate the life expectancy and performance from a remanufactured machine to be equal to that of a new machine.
The Results of EPCO Remanufacturing
Your molding machines can operate like new again, or better, and provide you with higher production rates and reduced costs. Only EPCO remanufacturing delivers the following benefits:
- Increased production through shorter cycle times
- Higher quality parts on a more consistent basis
- Longer production runs through decreased downtime
- Greater versatility through improved performance
- Fewer repairs needed for decreased operating costs
- Lower scrap rates due to more consistent quality
- Less power consumption required
- Updating to meet current ANSI, OSHA and SPI regulations
- Improved work environment and higher employee morale
Since 1959, EPCO has been helping machinery owners keep their investments up-to-speed, producing at maximum capacity, and state-of-the-art. Our experienced staff is second to none in the industry, making us the best choice in injection molding and blow molding, as well as die casting machine remanufacturing.