Whether you are dealing with regular machine maintenance or a major rebuild project, with Komatsu Reman Parts you have the following advantages:
Reduced Machine Owning & Operating Cost
Reduced Unscheduled Downtime
Continued High Performance for Machine
Warranty at Lower Cost
Environmentally Responsible (Salvage & Reuse)
Energy / Fuel Savings
Komatsu Quality Products
Behind every Komatsu remanufactured product is a global team of Komatsu remanufacturing, design and salvage engineers dedicated to building high-quality, high-performance and competitively priced remanufactured components. Komatsu’s unique global engineering specifications will provide like-new performance for your Komatsu machine.
As a result of this precision remanufacturing process, all remanufactured components are backed by a same-as-new warranty. Komatsu offers the best OEM Reman Warranty Coverage in the industry at 1 Year - Unlimited Hours Warranty Coverage (Standard) on Genuine Reman components and 4 Years - 10,000 Hours on Genuine major components with Komatsu Genuine Reman Component Quality Assurance.
2. Each component is thoroughly cleaned and verified against the latest OEM specifications
3. All components are either brought back to the latest OEM specification or replaced with new
4. The finished remanufactured part is reassembled and then tested one final time to ensure OEM performance
Komatsu Reman Components
With Komatsu Reman components new Komatsu parts will replace older components that have been fully inspected and they will perform “like-new”. Calibrations are done that will be equivalent to the original factory specifications to deliver a new performance. Ones like Hydraulic Cylinders and Components Cylinders are done in a clean-room environment to ensure they will meet the requirements. Different Komatsu Reman Components include:
Final Drives and Differentials
Hydraulic Cylinders and Components Cylinders
Pumps and Motors
Fuel Injection Components
Starters and Alternators
What Remanufacturing is NOT
There are several terms that can be confused with remanufacturing.
Recycled products may be removed from a scrap machine and resold with little or no work performed on it. Some recycled products are superficially cleaned, then boxed and sold. As described, recycled would not be considered remanufactured and its reliability is questionable.
This is when a product has had just enough work done to it to make it operational again; not up to current specifications like a remanufactured part. The repair process is not as thorough, so the product may not perform like new or last as long as a remanufactured part.
NOT Restored / Refurbished
Generally applied to antique goods, this is when the work done to it is cosmetic and meant for display. Remanufacturing is performance-based and brings a part up to current specifications.
This is when a product has been used before and is not new. Nothing has been done to repair it or correct any problems it may have. Because of this, it’s impossible to measure the part’s lifespan.