What a Certified Rebuilt Pump Really Is - And Why It’s Important
Tuesday, October 16, 2007, 10:20 am, Room Exhibit Hall
What is FMG Certified Program? For those who want their remanufactured pumps to work right the first time, and keep their line technicians focused on maximum tool productivity, FMG Certified ProgramTM is a validation process of the technical competencies and expertise needed to plan, deploy, support, and service FMG’s Pumps. The FMG Certified ProgramTM is a structured certification with emphasis on precision, reliability, durability and performance. Each Rebuild Pump that leaves FMG has been thoroughly inspected by our factory certified technicians and backed by our Certification process. FMG has geared up to be equal if not better than the factory specifications for high quality Rebuild Vacuum Pumps. FMG CertifiedTM assures that you will get products as good or better than new because FMG goes the "extra mile" at every step. Procedure of Rebuild: FMG has developed our own internal disassembly, cleaning, reliability, testing, detailing and shipping; Technicians: All of FMG’s technician’s are factory trained and Certified on each pump type; Documentation: Disassembly, evaluation, build sheet, data sheet, final assembly sheet. Test and Quality Assurance sheet, Paint QA and shipping documentation are recorded; Pump Tracking: Internal database monitors incoming rebuilds in every stage of the rebuild process. Features: Electrical 100 point inspection, Electrical/Module/Software, Mechanical parameters, Perform vacuum integrity leak check beyond OEM specifications, 36 performance burn-in reliability checks, Final Quality Assurance Inspection check, Check and record pump parameters including fluid levels, temperatures, pump flows, Perform visual and vacuum integrity leak check, and Check any facility issues directly associated with the pump; system leak check. Advantages: Foresee potential problem areas before any occurrences may arise-through extensive evaluations; Extends pump life, positively affects bottom line with reduced numbers of pump rebuilds or purchases; Maximize overall equipment uptime for production; Cost Savings; and Statement of work performed.