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Around-the-Clock Aftermarket Services Offer Convenience and Improved Performance

At NPE2018, Davis-Standard highlights aftermarket and technical services including equipment upgrades, replacement parts, global field services, custom engineering, 24/7 customer service and research and technical services.


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Davis-Standard is promoting its full menu of global aftermarket and technical services aimed at providing convenience and improved performance for customers. Equipment upgrades, replacement parts, global field services, custom engineering, research and technical services, and a 24/7 customer service hotline have enabled Davis-Standard to support customer needs in a cost-effective and timely manner. Davis-Standard is showing examples of readily stocked spare parts, extruder rebuilds and support for heritage brands. This includes technology upgrades to improve existing line performance with new feedscrew designs, controls and consulting services.

The services are broken down as follows:

Feedscrews: Davis-Standard’s replacement or rebuilt feedscrews range from 3/4-in. (20 mm) to 12 in. (305 mm) in diameter. For feedscrew rebuilds, the screw is engineered back to its original performance characteristics and surface treatments. At NPE2018, Davis-Standard will be introducing a new spiral feedscrew design for groove feed applications. 

Spare Parts: A large selection of mechanical and spare parts inventories enable Davis-Standard to ship in-stock parts within one business day. This includes feedscrews, barrels, thermocouples, heaters, motors and more. This is part of Davis-Standard’s 24/7 commitment to customer service where customers can access a service technician to handle emergency parts inquiries and service needs.

Extruder Rebuilds: Davis-Standard will exhibit rebuilt HPE-A 125 and HPE-A 150 extruders. Davis-Standard is able to transform aging equipment with improved efficiency and output with a fast turnaround. Extruder retrofit services include replacement of the extruder barrel, feedsection, screw and breaker plate, new controls, L/D conversions and more.

Safety Audits and Safety Upgrades: Davis-Standard offers line safety audits and upgrades to bring equipment in line with current standards. This service includes an on-site inspection of existing extrusion lines and a detailed report. After review, a quotation is provided for parts and/or safety equipment requiring attention. Davis-Standard can provide installation and testing for all safety upgrades.

Process Control Upgrades: An upgraded EPIC III system is being shown shown along with the next generation DS-eTPC II. Davis-Standard will also continue supporting the Extrol system on Gloucester Machinery Company equipment with spare parts and upgrade options. Davis-Standard provides complete control systems and upgrades for non-extrusion lines such as liquid coating applications and non-woven applications.

Rebuilds and upgrades of process controls, bag machines, winders, gear cases, dies and heads, and other extrusion equipment is a viable option for processors who want the latest technology at a fraction of the cost of replacement.


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