Why do you have to return the spare part?

The revised replacement or regenerated guarantees the customer a considerable saving compared to the new spare parts competition, and even more respect to the new spare parts supplied by the car manufacturers.

This saving does not jeopardize the reliability and quality of the goods delivered by us: Our spare parts are made new by qualified personnel that will replace all defective parts. The part is completely dissembled,cleaned, repaired, painted,returned, full new replacing all worn parts and tested: Tests performed in order to guarantee a user experience that is at least as good as that of a new part.

A demonstration of the reliability of our spare parts, we offer
12 months guarantee on regenerated products.

On the purchase of products reconditioned or refurbished the question arises:
why should I return my old spare part?

The spare part markets reconditioned or regenerated represents an advantage for both parties,i.e. the customer and the seller. The life of an automobile model is becoming shorter. There’s a magazine that covers a wide range of cars that becomes a considerable financial commitment.

For this reason the market of “spare rotational” namely parts reconditioned or refurbished, requires the return of the part: the spare returned will be made new just like when purchased guaranteeing therefore the advantage described above and a wider coverage of the various models of vehicles.

Further advantages on which it paid particular attention, is represented by the lower environmental impact that resides in the use of leftover replacements. Nowadays, more than ever our company is very attentive to the ecological issue of production processes. There is always more talk about ecology, energy saving, and renewable energies and as it is well known, the automobile is often seen as something very harmful for the health of man.If on my side this is true on the other side it is equally true that we could at least try to reduce the environmental damage caused from this. Produce a new part that brings energy cost much higher with respect of the refurbishment of the old one. It is sufficient to just simply consider the emissions of C02,i.e. carbon dioxide.

. The regeneration of a starter motor, for example, it produces approximately one kilogram carbon dioxide, while the production of the same new part arrives

To about 10 kilogrames, not putting In consideration the fact that getting rid of old parts means throwing away tons of iron,material which are difficult to dispose of.