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Preventing unnecessary downtime

26 October 2010

igus UK has expanded its assembly and installation service to include anything from a 70m long train wash system up to a 500m long unloading crane application. Engineering and on-site installation have been part of the igus service for projects all over the UK for many years, with lead times of just five days. For every installed system, igus guarantees maintenance-free operation to agreed technical specifications over a long period.

Preventing unnecessary downtime
Preventing unnecessary downtime

Instead of customers specifying the individual components, which can then involve assembly of the energy chains and inserting the cables as well as crimping and fitting connectors, the igus "ReadyChain" pre-assembly service delivers real cost and time saving advantages. igus engineers assemble all the parts to the desired specification, and test each complete package thoroughly. The assembly can then be rolled onto a drum from which it can simply be unrolled on site. Once onsite the customer can either use their own in-house staff to install the assembly or igus can take care of that for them too. igus trained engineers can come to the site and install the assembly saving the customer both time and money.
The igus installed service is a professional, fault-free assembly that prevents unnecessary downtime, and has fast implementation to keep production loss to a minimum. It also reduces logistics expenditure and complication. A system guarantee and final acceptance report for the complete system can also be provided.


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