MAN Roland Helps Printers Save With Remanufactured Pump & Blower Replacement
Press release from the issuing company
November 17 2004 -- Printers now have new options in pump and blower management. Facilities that run MAN Roland sheetfed models can cost-effectively enhance the reliability of their pressrooms by participating in a remanufactured pump and blower program that the pressmaker launched recently.
Designed as an affordable alternative to the costly replacement of a new pump, the remanufactured initiative features rebuilds by OEM authorized rebuilder Rietschle/Thomas, a world leader in vacuum and pressure technology. The program covers most models including Becker pumps.
At the printer’s request, a loaner pump will be provided to keep the press performing while its pump is rebuilt. Facilities can also opt to keep the loaner pump as a permanent replacement.
The exclusive rebuild process is designed to bring the performance of the pump back to original specifications. The overhaul includes the replacement of old pump vanes with new, and the fitting of all-new gaskets, seals, bearings, shims and o-rings — all OEM-specified. All rebuilt pumps are fully tested and ship with a full one-year warranty against defects.
More details can be obtained at www.manroland.com/parts.asp — Parts On-Line.
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