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Drive Repair for the Professionals

Regardless of the machinery or application, a drive functions as one of the main parts of the entire system. Keeping a drive operational and working properly requires routine maintenance and attention.

When a drive begins to malfunction, there are a variety of factors which can be at work. The main electrical source might be delivering improper voltage.  External problems such as an aging motor or a physical issue with the machine that can contribute to decreased performance and lead to drive failure.

Other sources include intense vibrations, accumulated contaminants, and excessive heat. Regardless of what’s causing the problem, failed drives cut down your productivity and profit. 

ACS Industrial Services Electronic Repair can evaluate your drive and provide an accurate quote so you can consider having it repaired versus the more expensive replacement of the drive.

Drives We Service

Since 1999, ACS has been able to meet even the toughest repair challenges, with over 26,000 repairs completed since we opened our doors. 

Spindle Drives

Spindle drives can be the hardest working drive on your machine. A spindle drive is responsible for rotating the tool or the part that is being produced. In this regard, it is performing its duty more often that the axis Servo Drives.

Servo Drives

Servo Drives, or Axis Drives, are responsible for moving the machine to the proper positions necessary for the machine to accomplish its mission.  The servo drive receives feedback and control signals to determine the proper output to the motor relating to speed, torque and distance.

Variable Frequency Drives

A variable frequency drive (VFD) is designed to vary the Speed of an AC Motor by varying the frequency and voltage to the Motor.  It is the workhorse in Compressor and Pump systems. Generally, they are used to power 3 Phase Induction Motors, but they have other applications, as well.  They come configured in either AC-AC (Input-Output) or DC-AC (Input-Output).

DC Drives

The DC drive you use is there to supply voltage to the motor so it can operate at a desired speed. When the drive output varies, the motor speed varies proportionately.  Usually, a DC Drive converts AC Voltage into DC Voltage to run the motor.  

Drive Repair

Our expert technicians know what problems to look for no matter what type of Drive you need to have running again.

We test the critical areas of each drive regardless of the design or application.

Get in Touch with ACS!

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.

Plant & Facilities Managers are Super Heros

Industrial Encoder Repair

In any mechanical process, every component has its own job and role – regardless of its size. Whether it’s the main shaft or a simple circuit, everything has to work together for your operation to run efficiently.

Plant & Facilities Managers are Super Heros

When a part begins to show wear or is malfunctioning, the rest of the equipment will not be working to its fullest potential – and other components will begin to feel the effect. It’s a simple chain reaction that can lead to breakdowns and lost time.

Encoders play a key role in translating rotary or linear motion into a digital signal, which helps determine the speed or position of a motor or other moving equipment. Think of an encoder as a measuring system for moving parts.

An encoder falls into basically two categories: linear and rotary. The linear encoder will respond to motion along a dedicated path, while its counterpart will respond to rotational motion. 

Depending on their design, encoders can provide unique position values from the moment they are turned on. Incremental encoders function differently because they generate an output signal each time the shaft rotates.

If a motor or other piece of equipment begins to move too fast or slow – or starts and stops on an irregular basis, the problem could be the encoder. This could be caused by bugs in the controller program, but if a diagnostic test doesn’t turn up anything, the next step is to use a handheld oscilloscope.

This handy tool can help identify problems such as excessive noise or the failure of a cable shield coming loose – or not having been properly attached. One of the advantages of an oscilloscope is that it produces a graphic clearly showing how the electrical signals are behaving.

Encoders for heavy industry are designed to withstand harsh environments and heavy use. In addition, they are built to withstand particulates, moisture and other contaminants, along with a dependable speed performance. 

Other encoders are available to help run servo motors, and are usually encased in the actual motor housing.  Encoders in Servo Systems can be used in a variety of machines, from small to large. They provide speed and distance measurements for all types of applications.

A faulty encoder causes incorrect positioning and/or speed that is critical in Machining. It can mean the difference between a correctly machined part and a waste of material. 

Encoder Repair at ACS

ACS has serviced encoders and resolvers since we opened our doors and we’ve continued that practice for two decades. This depth of expertise translates into professional evaluations delivered with accurate quotes.

ACS repairs all of the popular models and brands and supports most manufacturers. You can check out our website for a partial list, and we also have a Search Repair Catalog that allows users to search by name or part number.

Contact us today or call 800-605-6419, and remember:

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ACS Industrial – We’re Here to Serve You

For more than two decades, ACS Industrial has helped our customers with their industrial electronic repair needs. To date, we’ve completed over 26,000 repairs and we’re not showing any signs of slowing down! 

Our success has been a result of hard work performed by qualified, expert technicians and personnel who value customer service and getting the job done right.

ACS

Before we opened our doors as ACS, our staff had been designing, building, and installing industrial, welding, and electronic automation systems, and we realized getting good industrial electronic repairs shouldn’t be so hard. That’s when ACS Industrial was born.

In addition to our always professional and customer-centric attitude, we’re familiar with a wide array of manufacturers and brands. Add a deep inventory of experience to that formula – we repair over 26,000 industrial electronic items –  and you know you can rely on us.

If you’re an owner or operator of a business, you know that it’s important to keep your systems running – and when an electronic part or component breaks down or starts to show signs of failure, you’re facing expensive downtime.

Our repair center services are based in Hickory, North Carolina, easily accessible by all major carriers, which makes receiving and shipping easy and quick. This means that you’ll be able to get up and running as quickly as possible!

Because we’ve been in business for more than 20 years, ACS Industrial has become familiar with the demands and needs of our customers that represent a wide array of industries

While you may know us from our reputation for working with customers from the manufacturing industries – we also work with businesses from fields such as:

  • Aerospace
  • MROs/Asset Managers
  • Biomedical
  • Construction
  • Laboratory
  • Machine Tools
  • Packaging and Conveying Industry
  • Petrochemical
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Printing
  • Warehouse and Distribution
  • Welding

We’ve made working with us as easy as possible, and when you need repair or maintenance on an electronic part, all you need to do is visit our website and fill out a repair form to get the process started. 

This gives us the basic information that enables us to provide a quick answer and an accurate quote – usually within 24-26 hours after we receive your item for repair. After your free evaluation and quote, you can make your repair decision. 

Of course, if you have questions or need more information, we’re easy to contact – and you’ll be working with one of our knowledgeable and helpful customer service team members throughout the entire process. We answer live during regular business hours to help address your urgent need for repairs faster.

Get in Touch with ACS!

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 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.

Industrial Electronics

Why Industrial Electronics Can Fail

Like all technology, industrial electronics are not immune to issues and repairs. With many hours of wear and tear on a device, repairs are essential to keep your industrial electronics from complete failure. The experts at ACS Industrial Services have rounded up a few common sources for industrial electronic failure and how to help prevent them.

Industrial Electronics

Exterior Issues

The way a device is housed plays a critical role in its longevity. The exterior of a device is susceptible to a great deal of stress throughout the day, including temperature, dust and scratches. Industries that require industrial electronics equipment in a factory are especially susceptible to dust and debris damage. If a device has a crack in it, moisture can seep in and destroy the inside of the electronic device, like the circuit board. It’s crucial to keep the exterior of your industrial electronic device as protected as possible.

Failed Circuit Boards

The circuit board is like the heart of all devices, so therefore, any damage to a circuit board can destroy an item. Circuit boards can fail for any number of reasons, like overheating, exposure to dust, manufacturing defects and more. 

Power Surges

Some industrial electronic devices are more susceptible to power surge damage than others. Letting your circuit board experience excessive heat can cause total device failure. Another reason is a power surge, which can wreak havoc on circuit boards and destroy unprotected devices. 

Relay Failures

When a device’s relay is opened or closed, there is a certain amount of wear and tear on the item. An electrical arc can happen, which puts more stress on your device and can eventually lead to it breaking. 

Age of the Device

Unfortunately, age does play a factor in the longevity of an industrial electronic device. Regardless of the quality of a build, an electronic can age and no longer work. The good news is that even if an industrial electronic device starts to fail, there are components that make up the electronic circuit that can be replaced. This can also be done at the fraction of a price of a new device. 

Contact ACS Industrial 

If your machinery breaks down or is starting to show signs of failing, ACS Industrial can help. We’ve been in business for more than two decades, and our team of experts have years of experience and the proper resources to get yours fixed.

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.

Repairing Circuit Boards

Repairing Circuit Boards in Industrial Electronics

Circuit boards are an absolute essential in the technology world. Advances in circuit boards over the last several decades have allowed for new engineering and manufacturing methods for industrial electronic devices across the globe. As circuit board technology has advanced, so have the methods to repair this particular kind of industrial technology. Keep reading to learn what a circuit board is, the different kinds and how they can be repaired, from the experts at ACS Industrial Services. 

Repairing Circuit Boards

What is a Circuit Board in an Industrial Electronic Device? 

To start, let’s review what a printed circuit board, or PCB, actually means. A printed circuit board (PCB) is a sandwich structure of conductive and insulating layers. In other words, a circuit board is a printed board that has electrically conductive pathways that connect electronic components to one another. The invention of the circuit board has been one of the most crucial developments of all time in technology. It’s led to the creation of new industrial electronic devices and manufacturing capabilities. Before circuit boards, electrical wiring used to have to be wired through solder or cable. Now, circuit boards can be very complex, sometimes with as many as dozens of layers. The world market for circuit boards is expected to reach over $79 billion by the year 2024.  

Problems with Circuit Boards in Industrial Electronics

Like all technology, circuit boards can run into their fair share of repairs. Due to their importance in most devices, a failed circuit board can cause a huge headache for your organization. Oftentimes, if a circuit board has problems, it can shut down your entire industrial electronic device. Here are some of the ways that industrial electronic circuit boards fail:

  • Physical Damage: If a device containing a circuit board is physically damaged, like dropped for example, this can cause huge issues for the circuit board.
  • Environmental Elements: Corrosion from moisture exposure is just one environmental element that can damage a circuit board. 
  • Overheating: Overheating the circuit board is especially common in older devices. 
  • Design Issues: If a technological manufacturer does not design a device properly, this can lead to a shorter lifespan for the circuit board. 

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.

  • 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.

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Touchscreen Monitor Repair

Remember those bulky monitors that were heavy, unreliable, and prone to breaking down at the wrong time? 

Thanks to touch screens, they’re mostly a thing of the past. 

In addition to being easier to use and access, touch screens have almost no footprint because they are built into the operating machinery. They also have the ability to handle multiple tasks at the same time and they can be easily customized for different operating systems.

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Touch screens draw power from the machinery they are part of, and when you add in the fact that they are easy to install and can be upgraded with little effort, it’s easy to see why they’ve become an industry standard.

Touch Screen Repair

Even though touch screens are excellent tools for your operation, they can still malfunction and break due to a variety of factors.

In many cases, the first indication of a problem is that the screen becomes unresponsive – this can be caused by built up dirt and grime, extreme temperatures, scratches, and employees using pens and other objects on the screen, instead of their fingers. 

Like any other type of system, touch screen monitors rely on motherboards, internal circuits and components that can break or malfunction. Power surges can destroy these components and affect the screen’s performance.

Don’t forget that touch screens rely on operating software in order to do their job. Depending on the manufacturer, you can usually visit their website or contact their support team and determine what new drivers or software patches need to be installed. 

One of the more popular brands of touchscreens on the market is the PanelView line from Allen-Bradley – which is owned by Rockwell Automation. The monitors’ dependability and reliability are well documented and are used in a variety of industries, including oil and gas, chemical, and food and beverage.

Get In Touch with ACS

Touch screen monitors can withstand a great deal of abuse, but like any piece of equipment, they may break down or start to show signs of failing, ACS Industrial can help

We’ve been in business for more than two decades, and our team of experts have years of experience and the proper resources to get yours fixed.

In addition to working on Allen Bradley monitors, we also service a wide variety of touch screens from manufacturers including:

  • ELO
  • CTC Parker
  • Cutler Hammer
  • Siemens

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

  • Repair usually saves up to 80% 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.

Supply Chain Issues

How Supply Chain Issues Affect Electronic Repairs


It’s no secret that many are experiencing supply chain issues. This global conundrum has wreaked havoc on many industries, especially before the busy holiday season where organizations rely on the efficiency of the supply chain. Before COVID-19, the electronics industry was a reliable source for efficient and stable deliveries. Now, that’s a different story. We’re exploring a few of the ways that the electronic industry is being affected by the supply chain issues and what organizations can do to combat it.

Supply Chain Issues

How Did We Get Here?

As we mentioned above, the electronics manufacturing industry used to be very stable and consistent pre-pandemic. However, when the world went into an international lockdown in March 2020, this set the industry back significantly. What we’re seeing and experiencing now are the after effects of this time in 2020 when manufacturing came to a screeching halt. As many factories had to shut down for quarantine last year, that threw off production time for the coming year. To make matters worse, when the factories were able to open up, most of the world faced a global worker shortage that has affected the staff at manufacturing centers. These two elements alone have led to an extreme delay in the receiving and manufacturing of essential electronic materials.

So How Can Companies Combat This Issue?

While average Americans cannot control the major issues the current supply chain debacle has created, we can provide solutions for how to best respond to this crisis. ACS Industrial Services is your expert repair resource for industrial electronic and automation equipment from all types of industry around the globe. Our mission is to get you back up and running fast and economically with truly helpful customer service, even despite current electronic supply chain issues. If your electronic equipment is broken, contact ACS Industrial Services for a free quote. We will do everything in our power to locate the right materials needed to repair your project to the best of our ability! Let us help you with your electronics repair needs.

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.

  • Repair usually saves up to 80% 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.

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The Consequences of Not Recycling Your Electronics

A recent study found that the average American household owns around 11 electronic devices. In our consumer-driven society, many of these devices are swapped out each year for newer models. It’s important to remember to properly recycle the electronic devices you no longer use or want to help protect your community. Here are a few ways that improper electronic recycling can affect you and your community.

not Recycling Your Electronics

Local Pollution

Throwing away your electronic devices rather than recycling them can lead to the devices ending up at a landfill. Many devices can take thousands of years to decompose. So as those electronics sit there in the landfill, harmful toxins like mercury and lead can seep into the ground. This can affect the soil composition around the landfill, which can eventually trickle into community rivers, ponds and other groundwater areas. This can pose multiple and serious health risks to future generations, including cancer and reproductive issues.

Ocean Pollution

If your organization’s disposed electronic devices are not ending up at the landfill, then chances are they are being dumped into the ocean. A remarkable several tons of garbage ends up in the ocean each year, some of which can include electronics that are not biodegradable. This can lead to disrupting the ocean ecosystem as a whole. 

Why Recycle Your Electronics

Now that you’ve read about some of the environmental reasons to recycle your industrial electronics, here are several others:

  • It’s the law. Many states have made improper electronic disposal illegal. Check your local laws to see if improperly disposing electronics could affect you legally. 
  • Cybersecurity. When you recycle your electronics properly, then the data on those devices can be safely destroyed. You don’t want your company or personal data to get in the hands of the wrong individuals. 
  • Discounts. Some companies will allow you to trade in an old device (to be properly recycled) in exchange for a discount on an upgraded device.

If you are not ready to properly recycle your industrial electronic devices, then consider repairing them instead! Trying to repair your devices on your own can be time consuming, and you may not have the resources or expertise to get the job done right. Professional repair services handled by experts ensure the problem will be solved, and extend the life of your equipment. 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.

  • Repair usually saves up to 80% 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.

electronic equipment

Why It’s Important to Recycle and Repair Your Electronic Equipment

As an owner or operator of a manufacturing or industrial operation, much of the equipment you own contains electronics. Whether they’re screens, motherboards, or internal drives, they all eventually wear down or break.

electronic equipment

When this happens there are two general choices you can make: recycle them or have them repaired. Each choice can bring a variety of benefits that require some consideration and advance planning.

Recycle

If you decide to recycle electronic equipment, you’re doing more than clearing space for a new machine that can benefit your operation. Electronic waste continues to mount and landfills are beginning to run out of space.

ACS Industrial’s operation has been focused on recycling for years, and we make a concentrated effort to “keep it green” whenever possible. The environment needs all the help it can get, and we’re proud to join in the effort.

The recycle route is also good for your brand and reputation. People – clients, partners, and vendors – like to work with companies that have recycling programs. Showing everyone that your operation is green can bring in additional customers and add to your bottom line.

If you decide to recycle, there are plenty of services who will work with you, and in some cases pick up your used electronic equipment. Just remember to erase any data or sensitive information from hard drives and similar storage devices before they’re picked up.

There are several elements and metals that cannot be picked up for recycling because of the materials they contain or because they are not on the general approved list. A few of these non-recyclable materials include:

  • Kitchen equipment: Toasters, coffee makers, microwave ovens
  • Laboratory equipment: Hot plates, microscopes, calorimeters
  • Cathode ray tubes (CRTs): Computer monitors, televisions
  • Other electronics: Printers, scanners, laptops, keyboards, copiers, telephones, lamps, clocks, flashlights, circuit boards, camcorders, fax machines, cell phones, hair dryers, irons and blenders.

In many cases, your local landfill will have designated areas for these types of materials and equipment so you can drop them off so they can be properly disposed of.

Repair

Machinery has a limited lifetime, and even though you are consistent with your maintenance process, parts will still wear down. While some of them can be replaced, electronics are a different story.

Industrial equipment is built to withstand heavy use and changes in temperature – along with keeping out dust, grime, and other contaminants. They’re also capable of handling heavy vibrations and hold up through extended run times.

However, when an electronic component starts to falter, repairing it can be an option. Depending on the warranty of the equipment, along with your operating budget and schedule, repairing the broken piece is a viable option.

Trying to fix it yourself can be time consuming, and you may not have the resources or expertise to get the job done right. Professional repair services handled by experts ensure the problem will be solved, and extend the life of your equipment. 

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.

  • Repair usually saves up to 80% 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.

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Prevent Downtime in Your Manufacturing Center

A manufacturing center can be a large, sprawling structure that contains one of the most important pieces of your business. Keeping up with this operation can be difficult, and while you and your crew work to maintain a steady flow, problems can and will pop up. 

manufacturing

When this happens, the clock begins ticking and your downtime results in increased bottlenecks, loss of efficiency, unproductive employees, and, most importantly, loss of profit. If the problem is serious enough, the entire operation could go into full shutdown.

You can take a variety of steps that will keep downtime at a minimum. Remember that a complex system will constantly need to be maintained and monitored – creating a routine maintenance process helps reduce this risk.

Employees

Even automated and computerized machines need to be operated and maintained by the human element. Your employees should be trained on how to use every component of the manufacturing process – and continual training or offering courses will keep them educated and prepared to handle emergencies. They should also be encouraged to take ownership of their machines – this responsibility helps improve longevity.

Training to reduce human error and downtime is one thing, but employees need to work in a safe environment. Making sure they are able to operate their machinery safely prevents injuries that can be costly to your staff – and also impact the output of your business.

Maintenance

Most of the machinery in your building comes with maintenance schedules. The guidelines and directions in these publications shouldn’t be ignored. They’ve been written and tested by the company, so when you adhere to them, you’re taking preventative measures.

Routine maintenance and cleaning are essential to keeping machines working properly.  Contamination in the form of dust, dirt, moisture and corrosive liquids can trigger a multitude of failures. Simple everyday cleaning can be as important as anything else to prevent downtime.

 It can be easy to fall into the trap of taking shortcuts or having workarounds become the operating standard. Addressing this issue shouldn’t be done in a negative manner. Instead, review the operating instructions as a team so everyone can perform maintenance correctly and accurately.

Appoint one of your team to chronicle every maintenance step that’s been taken. This can come in handy if your machine ceases to work and you apply for a warrant reimbursement. One of the first documents the provider usually wants to see is your maintenance logs.

Lifespan of Your Equipment

Machines don’t work forever – over time they can begin to malfunction. Smaller parts that you can’t even see can wear down, and when enough of them start to falter, it can add up to serious complications. Identifying small issues now can prevent them from growing into expensive disasters.

Purchasing new equipment is expensive and it can come at the wrong time. Review your budget and if you don’t have adequate funds for major investments, it’s time to start. This measure will lessen the impact to your profits and costs when it comes time to make this decision.

Contact ACS

If your machinery breaks down or is starting to show signs of failing, ACS Industrial can help. We’ve been in business for more than two decades, and our team of experts have years of experience and the proper resources to get yours fixed.

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

  • Repair usually saves up to 80% 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.