Industrial Electronic Repair Company

Considerations When Hiring an Industrial Electronic Repair Company

Industrial Electronic Repair Company

There are many considerations to keep in mind when hiring a company to repair your industrial electronic devices. After all, you’ve invested a great deal of money into your industrial electronic equipment, so you want to make sure that the repair company you’ve selected will protect your important investment. The experts at ACS Industrial Services have been in business for over 20 years as a trusted industrial electronic repair company. We’ve compiled a list of important considerations to keep in mind when selecting a repair company to solve your repair needs. Keep reading to learn more!

Evaluation Process

First and foremost, the evaluation process to receive a quote should be simple, fast, and free. Make sure that you hire an industrial electronic repair company that makes the evaluation process as painless as possible. At ACS Industrial Services, we offer an easy, no-obligation repair form here.

Communication

Regardless of your industry, customer service is a top priority when running a successful business. That’s why transparent and timely communication is key when repairing your industrial electronic devices. After undergoing an evaluation process and receiving a quote, a professional industrial electronic repair company must be communicative throughout the remainder of the repair process. Look for a company that has built its reputation on outstanding customer service and a “whatever-it-takes” dedication to getting the job done.

Repairs Timeline

Understanding your repair’s projected timeline is an important consideration when hiring an industrial electronic repair company. When your industrial electronic device is down, it’s costing you money. Get back to business faster by selecting a company that works to repair your device as fast as possible. A professional repair company will be able to deliver your device back to you in a timely and stress-free fashion. 

Warranty

After you receive your electronic device, you want to know that your repairs have been completed properly. That’s why we recommend looking for an industrial electronic repair company that offers an extended warranty on their repair services. A repair warranty is a gold standard that every electronic repairs company should strive for. At ACS Industrial Services, we pride ourselves on offering an industry-first two-year warranty on all repairs. We provide warranties to our customers because we value our clients’ business. In those few exceptions when there may be a problem with a repair, you can have peace of mind knowing that we will honor our warranty and ensure your device is in perfect working order.

Work with an Experienced Company

Let the experts at ACS Industrial Services give you a free evaluation and repair quote.

  • Repairs can often save as much as 80% of the cost of buying a new piece of equipment.
  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service usually ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.

For a Free Evaluation, use our RMA Form link or visit our website and click on the “Contact Us” button on the upper right hand. You can also reach out to us at 800-605-6419 and speak to someone on our customer support team.

Robotic Repair

5 Indicators Your Robot’s Electronics Need Repair

Robotic Repair

Robots are no longer the stuff of science fiction books and movies. They have become integrated into every facet of our lives – from picking and packing boxes in a warehouse to working on space stations.

While they may seem like a huge investment, robots can be found in small to midsize businesses across the country. Unlike humans, robots won’t get tired, require salaries or benefits, and never call in sick – or require training.

Having robots on an automated line or serving another role in an operation can speed up production while reducing error. This application allows industries to use their personnel wisely, by placing them in positions that a robot can’t fill.

Robots aren’t perfect, and over time their electronic components can begin to show signs of malfunction. While internal components and overall design contribute to their durability and dependability, robots still require maintenance and electronic parts replacement over time.

What to Look For:

Accuracy

Robots are machines, so signs that they’re beginning to fail are similar to those you see with other machinery.

Robots are programmed to perform their jobs on a consistent and accurate basis. In some cases internal electronic components that help control sensors and motors can be damaged and affect the machine’s ability to properly do its job. If you or your team are seeing inaccurate results from a unit, there could be an internal electronic component that’s become damaged. 

Internal Electronic Components

While industrial robots are built for heavy usage, power surges or other disruptions can corrupt motherboards, sensors, and electrical contacts. Check to see if the robot is not functioning as it should. For example, not responding quickly to its pre programmed routine, or “forgetting” how to perform its job.

Optics

Multiple sensors and cameras are used by some robots to assist with depth perception and defining their workspace. Over time, these cameras can become cracked or malfunction due to an electrical surge, mishandling, or even from too much dirt and grime on the external and internal lenses.

Wiring

The internal wiring that helps the robot do its job can crack or wear if it was improperly installed or made from substandard material. A poor wiring job – or breakdown due to excessive use – can cause shortages and disrupt the flow of electricity. While you can’t see internal wiring with the naked eye, refer to the service manual so you can assess the situation and determine if repair is required.

Servos

The components that help robots operate are also subject to wearing down and malfunctioning. There are multiple factors that play into this problem, including overheating, electrical surges, built up moisture and familiar culprits like dirt and vibration. Any of these forces can lead to decreased performance, and if not fixed, failure and breakdown.

ACS Industrial Can Help

Industrial robots save time and money, and they have a high ROI – but like other machines, electronic components can wear out or cease to function. 

ACS Industrial experienced team can help diagnose and repair electronic problems that may be keeping your robot from running at full capacity.

Before you consider purchasing a replacement, remember that repair can often save as much as 80% of the cost of buying a new piece of equipment.

When you work with us, our services can save you time and money.

  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.
  • For a Free Evaluation, use our RMA Form link or Contact Us. You can also reach us at 800-605-6419 and speak to someone on our customer support team.
Asset Manager

Asset Managers

Asset Manager

The life and duties of an asset manager are never dull – and a seemingly endless list of chores and tasks can be overwhelming.

As an asset manager, you have to pay attention to multiple assets, and they come in many forms, shapes, and sizes. 

Whether you’re taking care of your labor force, or reviewing the performance of machinery and production, you need to get maximum output and pay attention to the bottom line.

When it comes to asset management of physical items, you have to pay attention to the entire life cycle of the process, including:

  • Design
  • Construction
  • Commissioning
  • Operating
  • Maintaining
  • Repairing

Facilities Asset Management

Taking care of an operation that produces equipment and machinery requires deep experience, and a working knowledge of production and how your personnel perform their duties. You may need to keep track of factors that include maintenance, safety, and even code compliance.

Machines breaking down due to worn parts, malfunctioning components, and even the reliability of power sources are several of the factors that can make life difficult, and stressful, for you. 

There are software programs designed for these scenarios, and having access to them can allow you to focus on specific areas that are your responsibility. These programs can be lifesavers, but relying solely on their data can be dangerous.

Taking Care of Business

When a machine or system begins to show signs of malfunction, and even stops working, you need to diagnose the problem and start searching for solutions. 

ACS Electrical has been working with asset managers for more than two decades, helping them with industrial electronic repairs. Our staff is experienced and professional, and they can help make sure your life and job are easier.

We evaluate your repair needs and provide accurate and free evaluations at no cost. Our turnaround time can be as fast as two to three days and we use modern testing, repair, and tracking systems that allow us to work quickly without sacrificing attention to detail.

You can also use our repair catalog to get reference pricing on more than 26,798 electronic items. High quality parts made by reliable brand name manufacturers. User friendly and accurate, it’s an indispensable resource.

Get in Touch with ACS!

Asset managers need to work with an electronic repair company that knows what they need, and can provide feedback and advice that is dependable. When you partner with us, you can be assured that we’ll take care of you.

Let the experts at ACS give you a free evaluation and repair quote.

  • Repair can often save as much as 80% of the cost of buying a new piece of equipment.
  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.

For a Free Evaluation, use our RMA Form link or visit our website and click on the “Contact Us” button on the upper right hand. You can also reach out to us at 800-605-6419 and speak to someone on our customer support team.

Counterfeit Electronic Components

Beware of Counterfeit Electronic Components

Counterfeit Electronic Components

The industrial electronics industry is booming, both domestically and globally. As our society grows and becomes more technologically savvy, so does our need to purchase more industrial electronics to power our manufacturing efforts. Did you know that counterfeit electronic components are a multi-billion dollar industry on the Black Market? Keep reading to learn how ACS Industrial Services actively avoids using counterfeit components in our repairs to protect our clients’ industrial electronic devices. 

What is a Counterfeit Electronic Component?

Before we get into how to spot a counterfeit electronic component, it’s important to understand what it is first. A counterfeit electronic component is an unauthorized copy, substitute, modified, or imitation. In order to be a counterfeit component, the producer has to knowingly misrepresent the component as legitimate from an authorized manufacturer. Electronic components can also be classified as counterfeits when they are altered to appear “new” without disclosing their prior usage. Integrated circuits (ICs) are one of the most common counterfeit electronic components. 

Why Are Some Electronic Components Counterfeited? 

Several factors contribute to an electronic component being counterfeited. Some examples include scarcity, limited quality control, unreliable supply chains, bargain hunting, cutting corners to reduce costs, and more. Counterfeit components can seriously compromise the capabilities of an electronic device and even the reputation of the manufacturer. If you are a business owner who is assembling a device that is using counterfeit electronic components, then you are taking a big risk when it comes to selling a product that is reliable to your customers.

How ACS Industrial Services Detects Counterfeit Electronic Components

If you are not enmeshed in the industrial electronic industry, it will be difficult to spot counterfeit electronic components. ACS Industrial Services has strict standards that prevent the use of counterfeit components in our industrial electronic repairs. One of the main ways that ACS Industrial Services prevents counterfeit components from ending up in our repairs is by working with reliable vendors. We vet all of our vendors to ensure that they are providing top-notch electronic repair components to protect our customers’ industrial electronics. 

Work with a Trusted Source

ACS Industrial is the fast, accurate, and affordable choice for manufacturing and commercial customers. With an undivided focus on repairs, we’ve built our reputation on outstanding customer service and a ‘whatever-it-takes’ dedication to solving the toughest electronic repair challenges for our customers.

Let the experts at ACS give you a free evaluation and repair quote.

  • Repairs can often save as much as 80% of the cost of buying a new piece of equipment.
  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.

For a Free Evaluation, use our RMA Form link or visit our website and click on the “Contact Us” button on the upper right hand. You can also reach out to us at 800-605-6419 and speak to someone on our customer support team.

Water-Damaged Industrial Electronics

How to Handle Water-Damaged Industrial Electronics

Water-Damaged Industrial Electronics

It’s no secret that industrial electronics and water do not mix. So what happens when one of your industrial electronics suffers water damage in your facility? Keep reading for a few helpful tips about what to do when your electronic device suffers water damage.

Why water damages industrial electronics

Before we get into what to do when your industrial electronic device experiences water damage, let’s first examine how water affects the device overall. It may surprise you to learn that water itself is not generally harmful to an industrial electronic device. It’s actually the impurities within the water that cause damage. There are impurities and ions within water that we cannot see and when they form a link, they can connect two contact points within a device.

When this connection happens, it can alter where the electricity should go, which will cause the industrial electronic device to short circuit. A short circuit is when an electric current flows down the wrong path with little electrical resistance. Short circuits can cause serious damage, such as fires, small-scale explosions, or worse. Short circuits are actually the leading cause of structural fires around the globe.

Water Damage Long Term Effects

Now that you understand how serious water damage can be to your industrial electronics, it’s important to realize the other long-term effects that water cause to your industrial electronics.

  • Corrosion: If your industrial electronics do not suffer from a short circuit, they could become damaged over time from corrosion. Corrosion happens when water damages a device, then oxidation happens. When oxygen bonds with metal, it produces rust and can cause the metal to flake off and lose its valuable properties. Corrosion often takes time to notice but can cause serious damage to your industrial electronics. 

  • Condensation: When your industrial electronics are exposed to water, then issues with condensation can also become a big problem. Condensation is the process of water changing from a vapor back into a liquid. When water vapor in the air touches an electrical component, condensation will begin. This can lead to damage like short circuits, corrosion, shock risk, and more. 

If your industrial electronics suffered from water damage or water exposure, be sure to get it looked at right away to prevent long-term or irreversible damage. Remember to be careful when handling water-damaged industrial electronics, as there are risks associated with it.

Work with ACS Industrial Services

ACS Industrial Services offers a free evaluation to determine if your water-damaged electronics can be fixed. This is a core service area that ACS has helped customers around the country deal with for two decades. Save money with expert electronics water damage repair service and call ACS Industrial Services! 

Let us give you a free evaluation and repair quote.

  • A repair usually saves up to 80% of the cost of buying a new drive
  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.
circuit board

What is a Circuit Board?

circuit board

If you are new to the world of industrial electronics, you may be hearing the terms “circuit board” or “printed circuit board” come up quite often. Circuit boards are one of the most important inventions ever created. Keep reading to learn more about circuit boards and how they help industrial electronics function.

What is a Circuit Board?

Without getting too technical, a circuit board is a printed board that includes electrically conductive pathways that connects electronic components to one another. Circuit boards exist to connect all electronic components of a device in one compact space. Circuit boards also help protect the electronic components of a device by keeping them insulated. Circuit boards have many different layers, sometimes up to 30 or more, that provide power to a device. Circuit boards are the foundation of all electronic equipment. Everything electronic, from elevators to phones to printers, depends on circuit boards to function.

Why are Circuit Boards Helpful?

Prior to the invention of circuit boards, electronic machines were connected to one another through cables. Circuit boards have simplified the connection of electronic machines, which has helped make electronics smaller, less expensive, easier to produce, and more efficient.

The Many Types of Circuit Boards

You may not know that there are many kinds of printed circuit boards available for electronic devices. Here are several examples of circuit boards:

  • Single-Sided
  • Double-Sided
  • Multi-Layer
  • Rigid
  • Flex Circuits
  • Rigid-Flex
  • High-Frequency
  • Aluminum-backed

Circuit boards are highly complex pieces of technology. Circuit boards control the entire device and without them, your device will not work properly. Because circuit boards contain a multitude of complex electrical components, it’s important to hire a professional industrial electronics repair company to fix a damaged circuit board. Common issues that can damage a circuit board include: 

  • Physical damage: A device is dropped or water-damaged
  • Environmental elements: Corrosion or condensation is affecting the circuit board
  • Overheating: This is especially common in older devices
  • Design issues: When a manufacturer does not design a device properly

Who to Call for Circuit Board Repairs

In most cases, circuit boards can be repaired by an expert company. ACS Industrial has a team that can locate the problem, offer a quote, and then get to work. We’ve worked for more than two decades in the repair field, and we carry a large inventory to speed up the repair process. Let the specialists at ACS give you a free evaluation and repair quote.

  • The repair can often save as much as 80% of the cost of buying a new piece of equipment.
  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.

For a Free Evaluation, use our RMA Form link or visit our website and click on the “Contact Us” button on the upper right hand. You can also reach out to us at 800-605-6419 and speak to someone on our customer support team.

production line downtime

5 Ways to Avoid Production Line Downtime

Downtime. It’s an 8-letter word that no one wants to hear.

Unfortunately, production lines can cease to work correctly, or show signs that a breakdown is in the near future.

With that comes the risk of losing valuable processing time that will result in unhappy customers and overworked, stressed employees and managers. Plus, it can lead to lost revenue, which is estimated at over $50 billion per year, according to Forbes.

It’s true that we all live in an imperfect world, and accidents and mistakes happen, but taking a proactive approach to any situation is the key to getting an operation up and running again. 

production line downtime

5 Steps to Take to Avoid Production Downtime

You can avoid downtime in an assembly line situation in a variety of ways.

Employee Training

Your personnel are professionals who take pride in their work, but training needs to be done on a regular basis. Encourage everyone to take the time to review operating manuals, and remind them that asking questions is never a bad idea.

When employees have a full understanding of a production line, they can identify problems faster. Remember that misuse of tools or improper modifications that are done in the interest of speeding up the process can do more harm than good.

Don’t Allow Parts Modification

Workers on a production line can have all of their best intentions at heart when they modify a part to keep things moving. However, any modification to an internal or external component can cause severe damage to the entire operation – and become a safety risk.

Remind your personnel that modifying a part can be dangerous. If they do find a component that’s malfunctioning, have a qualified technician perform a diagnosis, and then decide if the part needs to be repaired.

Audit Your Machinery

Codification and identification systems are included with the machinery you’ve purchased, so use them. When you monitor this data, you can quickly locate anomalies and performance issues that indicate problems with quantity, quality, and speed.

Whoever is doing this job should perform it on a regular basis, and share that information up and down the ladder. This approach ensures that everyone knows what’s going on, and having multiple people review the metrics can increase the probability of detecting possible problems.

Preventive Maintenance

Sure, your operation performs preventative maintenance on all of its equipment, but without a way to document when it’s done, and who is doing it, mistakes happen. Establish workflows that help operators, and enforce maintenance schedules. 

When the pace of work is picking up, forgetting to conduct this type of maintenance can happen in the best of environments. A schedule with the right personnel assigned to each task makes this action a part of everyday operations.

Communicate!

This is one of the simplest and easiest steps when it concerns production line downtime. Make sure that everyone on the line is comfortable with speaking to managers and sharing any observations or ideas that can improve the workflow and production.

It doesn’t have to be a complicated process. Quick meetings on a weekly or daily basis can help identify minor problems before they grow out of control.

ACS Can Help!

Even when you’re taking the right steps to reduce production line downtime, a part or component may need to be repaired. 

When it happens, get in touch with ACS, we’re one of the leaders in repairing electronics, and our team of experts can help.

  • Repair can often save as much as 80% of the cost of buying a new piece of equipment.
  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.

For a Free Evaluation, use our RMA Form link or visit our website and click on the “Contact Us” button on the upper right hand. 

You can also reach out to us at 800-605-6419 and speak to someone on our customer support team.

Your Failure Analysis Program

If you’re an owner, operator, or manager in an industrial setting, it’s impossible to be everywhere at once. You have to rely on your personnel and team to make sure machinery and operating systems are being closely monitored – and updated.

Creating a Failure Analysis Process

However, it can be a challenge keeping up with everything. Sometimes it can be due to the lack of time in the course of a day or week. 

Regardless of where the problem lies, you can take steps to tighten up the process, and ensure that the chain of command and communication has been established correctly, and that everyone knows how it works, and how to move information from one party to another.

A failure analysis program can be a useful tool – and while it may sound complicated and complex, it doesn’t have to be. 

It can be easy to fall into the trap of overthinking a failure analysis program because you want it to be detailed and comprehensive, but if it becomes too complex, your program can cause more problems than it solves.

Start with these basic categories:

  • Who?
  • What?
  • When?
  • Where?

Answering these questions can help you begin to organize your process – and while it may seem too broad, you can obtain a clear picture of responsibilities, the personnel involved, and determine if the right skill sets are in place.

From this point you can begin to add more detail to the failure analysis process, and focus on more specific factors.

Common Types of Failures

The factors that contribute to component and equipment failure can range from overload to the operating environment. Missed maintenance checkups can be another culprit. 

For instance, internal drives and motors are the workhorses of a system, and experience a great deal of vibration, high temperatures, and components that have short life cycles. Lubricants can break down over time and allow for increased friction.

Decide how to counter these problems, and confirm how often maintenance protocols are being followed, and if they’re recorded and shared.

Methodology at Work

Establishing the process is the goal of this step. While each operation can vary depending upon what’s being manufactured, most of these steps can be applied to your situation.

  1. Diagnosis
  2. Background data collection
  3. Component inspection
  4. Confirm physical failure
  5. Determine human root causes

Each of these steps produces information that can be collected and reviewed, but in order to work they must be consistent and enforced. Don’t allow employees to customize these steps, but listen to their feedback and suggestions.

In cases where production is ramped up due to customer demand, internal systems can become overworked and prone to failure. There might be a need for adding additional parts to an assembly line so the workload is more evenly distributed.

Operator error and the “human factor” should be accounted for. You may have employees who aren’t qualified or are taking matters into their own hands. 

Be honest in your assessments and refer to concrete data: employee reviews, production output, and maintenance records are several examples.

Finally, write a course of action for how the problem will be properly fixed via increased maintenance, locating parts that may need to be fixed, or evaluating the need for replacing the equipment in question.

Failure analysis programs aren’t finished overnight, they require collecting information from multiple sources, analysis, and then agreeing on a final version that has buy-in from everyone involved – from front line personnel to upper level management.

Following your failure analysis program can help solve problems, save money, and contribute to a more successful operation. 

ACS Can Help

As your failure analysis program produces results, you may find that certain components or parts might need to be repaired instead of completely replaced.

When that happens, contact the experts at ACS, we offer a free evaluation and repair quote for a variety of electronic repair and services.

Repair can often save as much as 80% of the cost of buying a new piece of equipment.

  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.
  • For a Free Evaluation, use our RMA Form link or Contact Us. You can also reach us at 800-605-6419 and speak to someone on our customer support team.

Variable Frequency Drive

Understanding the Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)

When it concerns machinery and the parts that help make the entire system run, it’s important to know what role each one plays in order to troubleshoot problems that may arise.

One of the integral pieces of many processes is the Variable Frequency Drive (VFD). This controller drives AC induction motors by varying the motor input frequency, which controls the voltage, speed, and torque.

Variable Frequency Drive

While Variable Frequency Drive is the most common term used, it should be noted that these drives can also be referred to as an AC Drive, Variable Speed Drive, or Inverter. 

In addition to helping run the motor at full speed, reducing the output’s frequency will decrease the speed of the motor, thus providing control to the load. 

Why use a VFD?

A VFD saves energy and money, and can be programmed for a softer startup of the system, which reduces energy by cutting down the inrush current. A regulated motor that can run a pump under top speed uses less energy than one that runs at a constant speed for the same duration. 

This equipment also eliminates the need for mechanical components, such as a gearbox, to regulate speed. Having better control of a motor’s speed also increases the life of a coupling device.

Where a VFD Can Be Used

Conveyors, pumps and fans are typical applications for the VFD and AC motor because speed control, and not necessarily position, is important.

How a VFD Works

AC voltage is usually present at the input of the VFD. This AC voltage is converted to DC voltage with the use of a bridge rectifier, which filters the DC voltage via the use of electrolytic capacitors to provide stability.

The DC voltage is then converted back to AC voltage with the help of power devices, such as the IGBT power transistor. The frequency is controlled by turning the IGBT on and off at different intervals, which is called Pulse Width Modulation (PWM). 

A speed reference can be a simple set point. More complex situations require a PLC or tachometer for speed reference.

VFD Troubleshooting

Like any piece of your system, VFDs can cease to function properly, or completely shut down.  Electronic components fail, as do mechanical components. It is a good idea to troubleshoot all of the components involved in the system before determining that the VFD is the cause. 

This includes verifying the Source Voltage to the VFD. Any interconnects between the components should be checked, in addition a loose connection could also be a problem.  

Remember to verify that the motor is not causing excessive load to the VFD and that nothing mechanical has worn out or is in a bind.  

Mechanical and motor problems can also lead to the early failure of the VFD.  Operating conditions, such as increased contaminants and moisture, can also affect your system.

ACS Can Help Repair your VFD!

If your VFD isn’t working like it once was, or has stopped altogether, let the experts at ACS give you a free evaluation and repair quote for your drive.

Repair can often save as much as 80% of the cost of buying a new piece of equipment.

  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.
  • For a Free Evaluation, use our RMA Form link or visit our website and click on the “Contact Us” button on the upper right hand. You can also reach out to us at 800-605-6419 and speak to someone on our customer support team.
ACS Industrial Services

Get Back to Business Faster With ACS Industrial Services

ACS Industrial Services

In business and in life, time is money. If you are a business owner who needs to have an industrial electronic repaired, the experts at ACS Industrial Services can get you back to business faster. Keep reading to learn more about the ease of working with the experts at ACS Industrial Services. 

What Sets ACS Industrial Services Apart

Are you in a jam and need your industrial electronics repaired quickly and reliably? That’s what ACS Industrial Services is here for, no matter the situation! We built our business on reliable, fast service to help our customers get back to business faster. Our repair process was designed to be stress-free and fast, so that you can focus on more important things, like running your business. Use our RMA form on our website to send your defective equipment to us for a no-obligation evaluation. Within 24-48 hours of receiving your item, we will send you a no-hassle, no-obligation quote about your repair. 

In a Rush?

We get it; life happens and you need your repairs made “yesterday.” That’s why ACS Industrial Services offers a “Rush Service” option. We take rush jobs seriously because we know that lost production time costs your business’ bottom line. Our team will provide a comprehensive and reliable rush repair service as fast as possible. Rest assured that your industrial electronic repair will be treated with urgency, while not sacrificing quality and testing standards to make sure it’s working properly. Contact one of our service professionals to discuss your rush repair options.

Should you decide to try ACS Industrial Services, here is what our repair process generally looks like:

  • Fill out the Repair Form on our website
  • Send us your electronic device for repair
  • We will send you a no-obligation quote within 24-48 hours of receiving the item
  • Once you approve the repair, we will get to work right away
  • We place any parts orders that are not in stock at our repair center
  • Our team will test your device for several hours
  • We ship it back to you along with a tracking number 

ACS Industrial Service has been getting businesses back to work faster for decades. We have a 20-year track record for solving some of the toughest repair problems, AND we guarantee all our repairs for two full years. We pride ourselves on guaranteeing a warranty that is double the industry standard. 

Get in Touch with ACS Industrial Services

Let the experts at ACS give you a free evaluation and repair quote.

  • Repairs can often save as much as 80% of the cost of buying a new piece of equipment.
  • Most repairs are back in your hands in 7-15 days after approval.
  • Our Rush Repair Service usually ships in just 2-5 days after approval.
  • We Guarantee Our Repairs With A Full Two-Year Warranty.

For a Free Evaluation, use our RMA Form link or visit our website and click on the “Contact Us” button on the upper right hand. You can also reach out to us at 800-605-6419 and speak to someone on our customer support team.