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Quality and adherence to industry standards are key factors that distinguish a remanufactured automotive major unit from an inferior reconditioned or refurbished product.  The complex process of remanufacturing an engine or component back to OEM standard requires significant investment in skills and capital equipment, let alone technical expertise and rigorous inspection procedures. IVS0164-Remanufacturing-Process-Flow.jpeg

Filed under: engine, process, reman

Ivor Searle has added remanufactured 2.0 petrol and 3.0 diesel BMW engines into its product portfolio. BMW_6_Cylinder_Diesel.jpg

Filed under: 2.0, BMW, diesel, engine, engines, petrol, Reman, replacement

With turbocharging one of the key areas of engine development, leading remanufactured turbo specialist, Ivor Searle, examines the direction that turbo technology is heading in.
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Filed under: reman, remanufactured turbos, turbo, turbochargers, turbos, uk

6218e6_b85d7ed17a89405c9c201ee0549a8c33.pngRecycling, remanufacturing and reconditioning are all part of a Circular Economy and are separate industries, yet are often construed as being the same. So, how is remanufacturing different and why is it important for the future?

Filed under: engines, Ivor, recon, reconditioned, reman, remanufactured engines, Searle