Heating and cooling systems, particularly in commercial and industrial buildings and facilities, are designed for durability, reliability and efficiency. However, that doesn’t mean that these systems will not be trouble-free, even with routine maintenance.
Over time, even the most reliable components will eventually reach the end of their lifecycle. When this happens, choosing a remanufactured Bitzer AC compressor over a new model can be a cost-saving advantage well worth considering.
Right Model for the System
When replacing a new Bitzer AC compressor with a remanufactured model that is the same, there is no concern about the fitment of the AC unit in the system. New models often have different shapes, sizes and even mounting options than can require some to a considerable amount of modification during the install.
A remanufactured model is up to OEM standards and requirements. Some remanufacturing companies may be able to ship a “like new” model immediately, minimizing downtime both for shipping as well as installation.
It goes without saying that a remanufactured Bitzer AC compressor is going to cost less than a new unit. Verify that the remanufacturing company offers a warranty to provide protection on manufacturing defects for up to one full year.
Most of these companies will also have all new parts and sometimes even new compressor units for sale. This will allow you to make comparisons and also to add any additional parts you may need for the compressor to your order.
With more companies striving to maintain a “green” building, using remanufactured components is critical. Remanufacturing not only reduces waste, but it also helps to reduce the demand for new units, reduces the carbon footprint of the industry as a whole.
Remanufacturing is an important consideration when replacing any type or brand of AC compressor in an industrial setting. Compare prices and advantages and you will quickly see the benefits of this option.