Service center program

Sponsored by
Chemineer Inc.

Chemineer Inc. has implemented a Chemineer® Express™ Service Center Program. Customer benefits include ready access to extensive failure analysis, fast replacement parts assemblies and reliable agitator repair service. The center speeds equipment back into operation with top-quality assessment, repair and testing support from experienced technicians. Additional benefits of the center include a 48-hour assessment of service center items to ensure fast turnaround and emergency assessments and repairs to meet critical deadlines. The Chemineer Express Service Center Program is available for mechanical seal cartridges, drive and extension shaft replacement or repair, impeller hubs and blades, and steady bearing assemblies.

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