The Service Department goes beyond the scheduled maintenance and the intervention of a technician when a problem arises. FBR ELPO’s machines and lines include a software that constantly controls the system conditions.
Thanks to electronic and remote assistance, most of the situations at risk can be quickly resolved.
The spare parts Department ensures the availability of spare parts in short times.
FBR ELPO team also provides staff training on site, to allow the use of machines and systems installed independently and safely.
A solid and organized after-sales service,that constantly assists its customers after the plant purchase.
A regular maintenance permits the planning of works and the prevention of emergencies.
The Service Department is able to prepare a customized maintenance plan, both to guarantee the full operation of the plant according to production cycles and to limit the costs.
Technical interventions are agreed with customers, combining preventive maintenance works and periodical checks of the single machines or complete lines.
Constantly instructed and trained, FBR ELPO’s technicians make interventions on the machines and lines always collaborating with the company’s technical and service departments, replacing all the damaged parts or making the necessary repairs.
After the maintenance, FBR ELPO’s technicians carry out the start-up of the equipment to check the operation and functionality of the plant. In this way, efficiency and longevity are ensured.
FBR ELPO has developed a punctual and accurate organization to grant the supply of spare parts in a short time.
The Spare Parts Department manages customer’s requests and together with the Service Department, shares information and plans maintenances. In this way, technical interventions are put forward and scheduled depending on the plant production cycle.
All spare parts are manufactured with high-quality materials and are subject to quality control before shipment. Thanks to the well-stocked magazine, electronically controlled through “STAR Pegaso 5000” system and placed at the headquarters, most spare parts are easily available and ready for their shipment in short times.
The softwares developed by FBR ELPO for its own machines perform remote diagnostics of the plant. In this way, multi-lingual and highly qualified electronic engineers guarantee after-sales assistance promptly and efficiently.
Thanks to the new INTUITIVE RELATIONSHIP INDUSTRIAL SUPERVISION (IRIS), suitable to check the plant, every element can be constantly checked and the system can send diagnostics directly to the Service Department.
The qualified personnel can also perform simulation tests to check the functionality of the plant.
Every machine is equipped with a database complete with all variables that permits the eventual transfer of information to management systems or external records.
The Service Department fulfils any kind of immediate need.
FBR ELPO’s qualified staff supplies their customers with phone or remote assistance.
When problems cannot be solved through a phone call, FBR ELPO’s electronic technicians access the software of the machines via Internet and by using a “remote access” make a quick and thorough review of the situation, identify the problems and solve them on line and in short times.
Through the remote access it is possible make modifications directly on the machines, so preventing and avoiding future technical interventions.
In order to save time and money, it is possible to draw a complete assistance agreement that guarantees telephone support and remote service in a package deal.
FBR ELPO develops autonomous processing systems with simple and intuitive procedures.
During the installation and tests, FBR ELPO’s qualified technicians provide the training to customer’s personnel at the worksite, so as to let them use the installed machinery in correctly, simply and safely.
During the installation, FBR ELPO’s qualified personnel shows the functionality of the plant by analyzing the flowsheet and the use and instruction manual.
Upon request, FBR ELPO can also supply a presentation “ad hoc” which analyzes the installed equipment in detail. Always upon request, the training to the customer’s personnel can be supplied to transmit information and instructions concerning maintenance activities.