Rotary Valve Rebuilding
Powder Process-Solutions has been rebuilding sanitary rotary valves and airlocks for over 30 years. Don’t trust your sensitive, expensive airlocks to just any machine shop. PPS understands the precision and surface finish requirements to make your valve operate effectively and to maintain sanitary, hygienic design. We guarantee it.
Unlike other shops, PPS supplies everything needed to rebuild your valve. We stock a full inventory of bearings & seals as well as OEM parts from all the major manufactures, saving you time & money. Just send in your airlock, place a purchase order, and get it back in like new condition!
Our basic rebuild service includes:
- Boring housing
- Facing endplates
- Rebuilding rotor tips to proper clearances & profile
- Polishing all product contact surfaces to match required specifications
- Replacement of bearings, seals, and any damaged ancillary parts
- Full 49-point QC inspection
- 6 month warranty
- Guaranteed to meet sanitary standards and other required specifications
Ready to repair your damaged airlock?
To get the process started, call us at 952-279-5205 to get an RGA#. After the valve has arrived and has been inspected, you will be sent a detailed estimate of the labor and parts required and estimated time for completion.
Upon your acceptance, a purchase order is required to begin the rebuild process. Your valve will be rebuilt or repaired in a timely manner, taking great care to get your valve back to your factory built specifications. Following a comprehensive 49-point inspection processing, your refurbished airlock will be properly crated and shipped back when completed and cleared by our valve experts.
Need a spare airlock to use while yours is being rebuilt?
We sell rotary valves from some of the leading manufactures at competitive prices. Or, we may just have a unit on the shelf that will fit your application. Again, give us a call to see what options you have while your valve is being rebuilt.
Contact Us Today!
To learn more about rotary valve repair and rebuilding call 952-279-5205 and request to speak to Scott Lodermeier or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.