Refurbishing- scrapping

Complex equipment made up of several parts, such as personal computers or servers, often requires reconditioning; this term defines the rearrangement of the machine that may involve one or more parts. This process carried out by the technical department is not limited to ascertaining only the functionality of the equipment, but may also consist of the intervention that replaces parts that can no longer be sold because they are out of use.

A potentially functioning pc but with a failed base plate undergoes the intervention of replacing the damaged part and then subsequently testing the entire equipment.

This results in a guaranteed, functional and cost-effective end product.

Non-recoverable equipment, on the other hand, is sent for scrapping.