The quality of our work is represented in the processes we use to the extent
that the year it was manufactured has little to no relevance as to
the outcome. In fact most of the older machines we rebuild will outlive
their newer counterparts.
Machines are completely dismantled into parts, cleaned and inspected. We
utilize recycled solvent cleaning technology to obtain consistently clean
parts. Parts and components are rebuilt or replaced, blasted, primed,
and painted with automotive quality paints, then infrared baked.
Heads and bucks are hydro-tested to original manufacturers specifications. We
re-work some heads and bucks, i.e. replace worn mounting holes, replace
bad fittings, re-thread valve mounts, steam block assemblies and
vacuum tubing, etc. We send out heads that need re-chroming, but do the
preparation and polishing in house. If they are not dependable they are
scrapped. Frames are checked for fatigue, poor welding, cracks, pin hole
tolerances, bad steam fittings, threaded holes etc., and corrected. High
heat items are blasted and painted with heat resistant silver.
Components are tested prior to assembly. Adjustments are made during the
assembly phase, then the entire unit is re-tested. Anti-seize compound
is used on most bolts with future accessibility in mind. Wooden tables
are replaced with custom made and painted heavy gauge steel tables.
Machines are up-graded as necessary to meet current safety standards.
In looking through the categories above you will find examples of previously
rebuilt machines. Please contact us
complete listings, references, and more detailed information.
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