New webinar explores benefits of remanufacturing electrical equipment
SAN JOSE, Calif. (March 3, 2015) — Engineers and maintenance professionals can now register for a new webinar that will explore how remanufacturing electrical equipment can offer a cost-effective alternative to replacement. RESA Power Solutions, an industry leader in electrical life extension products and services, will present the complimentary webinar at 11 a.m. EST on Tuesday, March 10.
During the webinar, “Top 8 Reasons to Remanufacture Your Electrical Equipment,” two industry experts with a combined 45 years of experience will explore ways to benefit from remanufacturing broken or aged electrical equipment. RESA Power Solutions remanufacturing professionals Paul Beldin and Joe Schommer will discuss the benefits of remanufacturing and cover how to utilize arc flash tests to protect critical systems.
Remanufacturing, also known as refurbishing or reconditioning, utilizes recycled, repaired and new parts to restore equipment to its OEM specifications. Webinar attendees will learn how remanufacturing:
- Improves reliability and performance.
- Reduces total cost of ownership, equipment disparity and lead times for products.
- Increases safety compliance.
- Reduces infrastructure costs.
- Provides engineering services for complex systems.
- Minimizes downtime.
Plant engineers and maintenance professionals with aging electrical equipment or complex electrical systems can register now to learn how their vintage components can be remanufactured to new quality. The webinar is complimentary, but space is limited. For those unable to attend the webinar or who have immediate remanufacturing needs, visit resapower.com/engineered
About RESA Power Solutions
RESA Power Solutions is the industry leader in electrical life extension products and services. RESA specializes in various niche power distribution and control markets such as obsolete and hard-to-find inventory, fast turnaround on current model equipment, and creative solutions to complex problems with power distribution and control systems.
RESA has six primary distribution facilities across the U.S., allowing for nearly 25 acres of power distribution and control equipment. RESA currently employs field sales engineers in 11 states and serves every major U.S. metropolitan area through its network of companies. To learn more about RESA, call 630-310-1427 or visit resapower.com/engineered .