remanufacturing


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remanufacturing

Rebuilding equipment to bring it back to its original state. Parts may be repaired or replaced, depending on their condition; however, the unit is typically sold as a "refurbished" unit with its original model number. The remanufactured product may actually be better than the original if parts were upgraded in the interim.

Remanufacturing

A recycling concept by which an existing product can have its useful life extended through a secondary manufacturing or refurbishing process, such as remanufactured systems furniture.
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Auto Business News-October 20, 2017--Mercedes-Benz starts construction of Shanghai auto parts remanufacturing plant
Since 2014, the program has been working with industry and government to create a solution for leftover decorative paint in the UK which, if implemented nationally, presents a 40% cost saving to local government per year, and the diversion of leftover paint from landfill and incineration into reuse and remanufacturing.
Remanufacturing is the rebuilding of a product to specifications of the original manufactured product using a combination of reused, repaired and new components.
OWS Auto Parts and TransAxle Middle East are looking to popularise the process of remanufacturing in the Middle East.
More engineers and plant operators can and should take advantage of this option but, as with all good processes and products, adopting the right approach requires an understanding of the different stages of wear that occur during the life of a bearing, and of which types of wear can be addressed by remanufacturing.
This is because quality is strictly imposed every step of the remanufacturing process to ensure they meet the qualifications and standards set by their OEM counterparts when it comes to print-quality and page yield.
While the machine is fitted with a cleaned DPF, the full filter is sent to a central Volvo remanufacturing hub where it will be thoroughly cleaned to 95-98 percent of its original capacity and re-ordered by another customer, creating a virtuous refurbishment cycle.
Part 1 introduces the history, industry size, and potential of remanufacturing, reviews its benefits and challenges, and outlines the steps in a typical remanufacturing process.
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Singapore, Nov 17, 2011 - (ACN Newswire) - The Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech), a research institute of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), is taking on the challenge of green manufacturing by spurring R&D collaborations on remanufacturing technologies with Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and National University of Singapore (NUS) as well as launching initiatives to grow eco-friendly industries.
ISLAMABAD, August 06, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) Friday stressed the need for promoting remanufacturing and recycling industry to utilize scrap material instead of letting it go waste.
Government should focus on promoting remanufacturing & recycling industry achieving better economic value from scrap material.