machine will most likely be losing you money in breakdowns, spare parts, lost time and engineer costs.
Traditionally there has been two options out of this dilemma;
Buy a new one with a big financial
Buy a used machine from an advert and accept the
risk. After all, every machine is in “full working order”
Now there is a third way;
Have your own machine refurbished. The safe
middle road. You know the history and you know the problem areas (we’ll be sure to find any others as well).
For a fraction of the cost of buying new, your machine can be given a new lease of life and help to prevent problems before they occur. A refurbished machine should have less
down time than a machine of the same age that has not been refurbished – a non-running machine is one that isn’t
making money after all.
Used machinery can often come with an element of the unknown – How has it been run? Has it been serviced regularly? and so on. Refurbishing a machine that is known to you can
provide confidence that the machine (with some TLC) can continue to run for many years to come.