What Happens After an Industrial Plant Closes

In any competitive economy there is no guarantee that a plant that established itself well in the market will not close down. If the owners of these plants are faced with the reality that their operating and fixed costs can now not be met by the present standard and variety of products they produce, they realize it may be time to shut the doors.

What next?  Industrial plants that close their doors often need to dismantle equipment and electrical components to prepare the building itself for sale.  When this occurs plant owners often seek out companies whose business is refurbishing electrical machinery and the industrial electrical components within the plant itself.  This way the plant is dismantled properly and used electrical components can be salvaged and refurbished for sale.

Proper disposal of industrial surplus is important not only for our environment but also for commerce.  Purchasing OEM electrical components costs upward of fifty percent more than refurbished.  This means that business owners searching to stay competitive in the market can choose this avenue to repair and maintain their equipment.  Budgeting is always a large concern for companies so any manner in which money can be saved without cutting corners is valued.  Using refurbished electrical components helps.

When a plant closes a team of industrial asset recovery experts goes in and evaluates the components that are within the building.  They work to dismantle components and equipment that is salvageable and will be able to be refurbished and resold.  The pieces are then are taken back to go through the process of reconditioning.

The refurbishing process is quite complex.  The product is not merely cleaned; it is completely broken down, examined, put back together and tested to ensure that it is in proper working order.  Electrical surplus plant clean outs allows plant owners to properly dispose of electrical assets within the plant which is profitable and environmentally friendly.

For more information on asset recovery and industrial surplus plant clean out talk to a specialist in electrical component refurbishment.  They will walk you through the process to ensure that your plant is thoroughly cleaned out, electrical components are properly “disposed” of and that the plant can be properly put on the market for resale.

Learn more about J & P Electrical Company and their vast line of new, surplus, and refurbished industrial electrical components including: circuit breakers, bus ducts, bus plugs, disconnects, fuses, panel switches, tap boxes, and transformers at www.jpelectricalcompany.com.  To contact one of our product reconditioning specialists call 877.844.5514 today.