Scrap metals are regularly sold after disassembly of the production lines and devices, at re-tooling or conversion of the enterprise. In this case the used products have certain wear level and are sold at the secondary market.
No wear and tear dead stock
It is important to know while buying gas analyzers - dead stock may have no wear grade if they appeared as the result of the logistics mistake. Warehouse balance weakens the company budget, since the funds invested for instance in water or electric meters, do not bring any profit thus can not be returned to active funds. At that this equipment demands storage expenses by occupying efficient storing space. Having no possibility of returning spent funds to the full extent, enterprises sell temperature and pressure meters and other metering and regulating devices at lowered prices.
When buying dead stock equipment it is advisable to pay attention to the following parameters:
- Name and purpose;
- Brand (model);
- Specifications (operation modes range, operation conditions, etc.);
- GOST or TR corresponding to the product;
- Technical documentation availability;
- Manufacture date;
- Operation period (effective life);
- Technical condition (service capability, damages, wear and tear grade).
Measuring or regulating meters dead stock could be used as main or auxiliary production outfit subject to their correspondence with the company requirements and availability of the needful documentation.
Damaged high amortization models without confirming documentation are usually bought with the aim to disassemble into spare parts.
At all events dead stock equipment costs considerably less than new, providing the Buyer with cost-effective terms.
Used devices are evaluated by the specialists according to their condition, after a thorough examination.
Conditions and terms of storage affect the equipment price.