Generators and small air compressors added to Remanufacturing program


Doosan Portable Power is growing its successful Remanufacturing program.

Doosan Portable Power is growing its successful Remanufacturing program by adding lower cfm models - HP375, XP375, P425 - to the range of eligible air compressors. And for the first time ever, generators are being added with the G450 and G570 models.

Remanufacturing is a cost-effective and reliable alternative to purchasing new equipment for price-conscious end-users and rental fleet owners.

Remanufacturing makes it possible to replace an aging air compressor or generator with the same tier classification, same-as-new warranty and a significant cost savings compared to a new Tier 4 Final machine. For example, a remanufactured air compressor can be purchased at an estimated 20 – 60 percent cost savings compared to an equivalent Tier 4F model.

Remanufactured units receive a remanufactured engine of the same tier classification as originally equipped, as well as a factory-reconditioned airend for air compressors and an alternator for generators.

The base frame and separator tank receive a total makeover, completely removing the paint and then recoating with the same paint process used for new machines. External components, including sheet metal, doors and lights as well as internal components, such as all coolers, sensors, hoses and piping are replaced. Brakes and wheel bearings are replaced, and a new wiring harness is installed. New fluids are added, and filters are replaced. Remanufactured air compressors and generators typically also come with a same-as-new warranty. Some remanufactured machines can also be retrofitted with factory-installed options.

Each machine is reassembled along the same assembly line, following the same protocol as new machines. All Doosan remanufactured air compressors and generators are factory tested to ensure proper operation before shipment.

Log onto the Doosan Portable Power dealer portal for a full listing of current Remanufacturing program inventory.