At Extract Technology we support the customer through the full life cycle of the equipment not only keeping the customer compliant with the recommended spare parts and frequent servicing but to advise on any new and initiative ways to ensure that the equipment is still fit for purpose when the initial specification has been amended.
EXTRACT TECHNOLOGY'S HIGHLY SKILLED AFTERSALES TEAM ----- CAN ASSIST IN ANY UPGRADE OR RELOCATION REQUIREMENTS ENSURING ANY ASPECT IS EXECUTED SAFELY, WITH FULL COMPLIANT DOCUMENTATION AND MINIMUM DISRUPTION TO PRODUCTION
Extract Technology can offer a full range of Relocation and Upgrade options which can keep equipment current with more stringent operator & product requirements and current industry standards. The standard list of Upgrades and Relocations includes:
- Fully validated equipment relocations
- Cooling coil integration packages
- Solutions to reduce Operator Exposure Levels
- Versatile 5-dimensional Rigid Containment Screens
- Software Modifications & Additions
- Safe Change & Gel Seal Filter Upgrades
- Facility and Airlock additions
- Operator training and documentation re-issue
Full Life Cycle Support
Extract Technology provides a high quality service, their staff are highly qualified and what’s even better, their technicians have a very friendly treatment, which facilitates the success of the works. Read More
SDC Trailers enlisted Extract Technology to assess the current containment equipment and review the compliancy, ergonomics, Documentation, Training of staff and PPE requirements on the newly installed automated Truck Chassis paint line and the installation of three replacement static Spray Booths. Read More
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