It is possible to remanufacture it that way... but that 40 tones truck/bus has to stop if it is necessary
We watched a video about how parts are repaired in India and we had an idea to write a comparison how do we repair.

In India, the mechanic, as soon as he takes the valve out of the bus, starts the remanufacturing squatting on the ground without any prior inspection. In our case before we start remanufacturing, we do an inspection in a properly equipped workshop.

The Indian mechanic cleans the dismantled parts over a basin, using water and a toothbrush. He greases the cleaned part by hand and he reassemble. He blows the pneumatic valve with his mouth to check it at the end of the assembly process, then puts it back into the bus.

Safety comes first 

We only carry out complete repairs because partial repairs lead to uncertain results and can be dangerous.

We check the pneumatic valves before dismantling and troubleshooting with a specially developed software and pneumatic test bench, and then we remanufacture after dismantling and troubleshooting. This ensures perfect quality.

All our remanufacturing processes are covered in accordance with our obtained quality approvals and issued by the National Transport Authority and in compliance with our ISO 9001:2009 quality system audited by ÉMI-TÜV SÜD using tested and certified components.

Excellent quality

All components must pass a functional test on a test bench before they leave the factory.

We wholeheartedly believe that remanufactured parts should be as good as new, that is why all our remanufactured parts come with a 12-month warranty.

Our expert colleagues are highly skilled and continuously trained; they know and follow factory standards.

In our service you can find Knorr and Wabco pneumatic valves and repair kits available on request. 

Our company currently exports to over 40 countries.