Machine reconditioning steps
The projects begin with Italpresse Gauss collecting the machine and bringing it back to one of our sites, where the complete recondition begins, and technicians optimise the machine to unlock many further years of optimum usage.
From the refurbishment of the machine bed, platen and hydraulic manifold blocks, to comprehensive checks on the electrical, hydraulic and lubrication systems – most of the components are replaced or revamped to return the machine to its initial production performance levels.
When upgrading the machine’s electricals, there is also an opportunity to install the new HMe system. This smart and powerful tool from Italpresse Gauss enables the storage and real-time monitoring of large amounts of die casting data to help unlock production insights and efficiencies, and comes with an intuitive, user-friendly interface.
The last steps of the reconditioning process are machine tests which are conducted in the presence of the customer and their technicians. Upon acceptance, the machine is reinstalled and returned to production at the customer’s plant.
From the initiation of the reconditioning process to the restarting of production, Italpresse Gauss engineers and technicians are constantly working alongside the customer to create a programme of works that guarantees the recovery of the initial production performance of the machine.