Strict standards, better products

Posted on 05/14/2013 in CNH Industrial Reman, General.

With CNH Industrial Reman parts from Case IH, cost and time efficiency meet demanding quality standards. These are parts that are remanufactured from their core—at a fraction of the cost of new—and often tested to even stricter standards than during their original manufacturing.

What’s more, whether or not the original parts were made on our shores, they’re reborn in America. Our Springfield, Missouri-based facility remanufactures more than 3,800 engines, transmissions, electronics, hydraulics, fuel injection systems and more. Using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, strict salvage guidelines and unequaled quality control we keep parts out of landfills and jobs in the United States.
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A $1-million clean room project at the facility continues this push toward superior quality. The upgrade helped engineers create a 1,200-square-foot “clean room” for testing the latest Tier 4-compliant fuel injection components. This includes the new family of high-pressure common rail injectors, which are now being built to micron-level tolerances. The new “Class-6” clean room supports standard measurements of one half of a micron; by comparison, a human hair is 70 microns.

In the new clean room, eight huge HEPA filter modules work continuously to purify the air to less than .1 micron of particulate per cubic meter every two minutes, or 30 times per hour.

Visit Why Reman for more information on Case IH remanufactured parts.

To learn more about our new clean room, watch the video below.