Valves are used for all kinds of applications, many of them quite intensive. Over time, valves are worn down, becoming damaged and ineffectual. When a valve reaches the point where it can no longer perform its intended function, there are two options: replacement or reconditioning.
Reconditioning offers several advantages over replacement; one of the most notable being cost. Generally, procuring valve reconditioning services is significantly less expensive than buying an entirely new valve. At a reputable valve repair shop like Badger Precision, we can restore old valves to prime condition for a fraction of the cost of replacement.
Another benefit of valve reconditioning is efficiency. Replacing a valve could take weeks or months, depending on the availability of the part in question. Reconditioning, on the other hand, can be completed quickly, keeping equipment downtime at a minimum. Valve reconditioning services can also be used as a form of preventative maintenance. Having valves cleaned and repaired regularly is a good way to avoid major and unexpected equipment failure.
In addition to being more convenient and cost effective than valve replacement, valve reconditioning is more environmentally friendly. Fixing old valves instead of replacing them with new ones is a good way to conserve materials and avoid contributing to unnecessary mining. Reduce, reuse, recycle!
Are your valves starting to look the worse for wear? Contact Badger Precision about our valve reconditioning services today. Call us at 715-229-2828 or send an email to email@example.com. We’ll have your valves looking and performing as if they were brand new in no time.