Engine Reconditioning, Overhauls & Repairs
Book a Site Survey
Engine Reconditioning & Engine Overhauls
At Pleavin Power, we offer a complete engine reconditioning service for engines that have reached their end. With our engine reconditioning and engine overhauls service, we can ‘Zero Hour’ all components and accessories and return them to a ‘like-new’ condition before commissioning and placing the system back in service. Occasionally some systems require removal from the installation or customers’ machinery, in this case, it will be delivered to one of our two dedicated workshops. In our workshop, we can conduct a complete engine overhaul and engine reconditioning service where the work can be undertaken in a controlled and well-equipped environment.
Depending on the scenario, it is sometimes easier and more efficient to remove mobile equipment that has failed for repair and provide a temporary solution. Enabling us to run diagnostics, repairs and testing which will all be completed without causing disruption to the end-user. We do this where power continuity is a key element in the repair process.
At Pleavin Power, we understand that engines can fail for a number of reasons, poor maintenance, poor fuel, poor operating conditions – the list is endless. When engine failure does occur, it is essential that the route cause can be identified so that any other adverse effects that could potentially occur as a result of the failure can be identified, rectified and verified during the repair process to ensure no further issues develop as a direct result of the original failure.
When it comes to engine repairs, our experts will complete a large number of mechanical services that include:
- Remanufacturing of existing components
- Fuel pump overhaul
- Injector overhaul
- Head skimming
- Valve lapping
- Crankshaft grinding
- Cast iron welding
- Pressure testing
- Radiator repairs
- Turbo overhauls
- Mechanical modifications
- Mechanical fabrication
- Fuel system design, build and install
- Custom system design and build
With a full turn-key approach to Engine, Systems and Mechanical repairs why not talk to a member of our team today to understand how we can help you.
The only question left to ask is how thorough is your maintenance regime?
Frequently Asked Questions
In order to determine if reconditioned engines are like new, there are a multitude of factors that you should take into consideration. The first is one that is fairly obvious. This is how many hours that particular generator has clocked in. Simply put, if a particular generator has amassed a small number of hours in comparison to one that has amassed a large number of hours – you would feel a greater sense of satisfaction opting for the generator with fewer hours – simply due to the fact that the likelihood of it breaking down is far less.
Another key benefit to purchasing a reconditioned engine is the fact that it can be installed and operational a lot sooner. Rather than worrying about limited availability, your reconditioned generator can be with you far sooner whilst being up and running in no time.
In essence, reconditioned generators will be far less expensive than if you were to opt for a brand new generator. There are some caveats with this, however. The most important being the condition of the generator. If it is a respectable price coupled with a decent quality generator – then you should rest easy knowing that you have made a decent purchase.
Should you be on the market for a generator, it is always worth reviewing your options. More often than not you find that people are asking the question – is it worth getting a reconditioned generator? In order to find out if one is worth the money that you are spending, there are several factors that you need to take into consideration. One such factor is the age of the generator itself. Not just the age of the generator is important, however, this should be coupled with the hours of use the generator has received.
The physical wear and tear of the generator is something that you will need to consider also. Regarding the condition, you should review things such as any damage to the generator with the wiring of the generator also. Ultimately reviewing how well the generator has been maintained.