An eight-minute online video explains the difference between remanufactured and rebuilt compressors. It details the process whereby the company’s remanufactured compressors are broken down to their smallest components and fully reconstructed to current original equipment manufacturer specifications employing the latest technological advances. With remanufactured compressors, any damaged or worn parts are discarded and replaced with new ones. According to the company, the video explains that rebuilt compressors, on the other hand, typically reuse any functional parts even if they may be subpar. The video also cites the UL seal of approval as a method of comparing compressors. All of the company’s remanufactured compressors are produced to these internationally recognized safety standards.

Carlyle Compressor, Carrier Parkway, TR2, P.O. Box 4802, Syracuse, NY 13221; 800-462-2759;;

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