When We Say, “It’s as Good as New,” We Mean It.
If we put our name on it, you can feel good about staking your reputation on it.
At Carlyle, we only put our seal of approval on compressors that we are completely confident will deliver good-as-new quality and performance. In fact, before a product can receive designation as a Genuine Carlyle Remanufactured Compressor, the skilled men and women at our state-of-the-art Stone Mountain facility use sophisticated technology, experience and rigid testing standards to transform returned Carlyle compressors back into some of the highest-performing products in the field.
So how do we do it?
We start by tearing each unit down to its smallest component parts and comparing it with strict engineering standards and the latest technical advances. Even if it’s not broken, we fix it. In fact, we throw out millions of parts that others might consider usable. Why? Because we are committed to remanufacturing compressors, which conform to their original specifications. Here’s the process at a glance:
- Disassembly/warranty Inspection
- Crankcase inspection
- Crankcase upgrade
- Crankshaft upgrade
- Valve plate upgrade
- Rod and piston upgrade
- Oil pump upgrade
- Motor rewind shop
- Quality audit
- Compressor assembly
- Compressor testing
- Painting compressors
The result is a high-quality compressor that’s ready to perform optimally and – equally as important – safely. The UL seal of approval found on the side of Genuine Carlyle Remanufactured Compressors signifies that it has been built to comply with internationally recognized safety standards, minimizing risk of fire, electric shock or other hazards.
UL also conducts unannounced audits at our Stone Mountain, GA, facility four times a year. This ensures that each Genuine Carlyle Remanufactured Compressor meets everyone’s standard of quality. Theirs. Ours. And most importantly, yours.
Genuine Carlyle® Remanufactured Compressors – the Factory Difference
Learn what makes a Genuine Carlyle® Remanufactured compressor different from a common rebuilt compressor. Visit the Carlyle factory in Stone Mountain, Georgia!