Generator back in action!
This well-used generator had sustained considerable damage when a crane fell on it! As the work was complete on site, the company who owned it wanted to repair and sell the generator, rather than scrap it. Nathans were tasked with the job of repairing, refurbishing and repainting to get it ready for sale.
Fabrication of parts and refurbishment.
This badly damaged generator required panels to be fabricated – in our workshop we made steel panels, hinged doors and end pieces. Nathan’s fitted and assembled everything onsite in our premises, in Mulgrave, north-west of Sydney in the Hawkesbury region.
Nathan’s also fabricated structural frame and supports for the internals to house all mechanical parts that were then supplied by the manufacturer. Paint and refinish was done in the original colours to restore the equipment to as-new condition.
As with all of our work, rigorous testing was carried out, and monitored, by our technicians to ensure smooth running hours on the machine before supplying the finished job to the owner, to be sold.
Refurbishment can save you money, and recoup some costs as well.
The initial outlay for this equipment had already been realised in it’s working hours onsite – however, the customer was keen to avoid scrapping the generator and decided that, with a bit of investment, they could turn their old trusted machinery into a saleable item – with the help of Nathan’s.