LIVONIA, Mich., April 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- PSI Repair Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries and leading industrial equipment repair service, announced today that it is providing free videos to manufacturers on how to maintain their critical manufacturing equipment during the COVID-19 shutdown. The state of Michigan granted PSI an exception to the COVID-19 shutdown because it serves many essential manufacturers that deliver critical products and services to the American public.
The first video, which is available now on the PSI Repair Services website and YouTube, features PSI's General Manager Mike Fitzpatrick, who shares advice on maintaining production equipment during the COVID-19 crisis. Additional videos will follow in the coming weeks.
Since 1967, PSI Repair Services has offered industry-leading industrial component repair services for poorly performing electronics, hydraulics, robotics and precision mechanical assemblies. PSI serves a wide range of industries like automotive, aerospace, defense, energy, food and beverage, healthcare, pulp and paper, semiconductor, and transportation. All work comes with a free evaluation, performance test and warranty. In some cases, customers save 70% versus the cost of buying a replacement component from the OEM. And, if you need to get your critical system back up and running again as quickly as possible, PSI also offers emergency services and surplus parts (depending on availability) to help you out of a jam.
In addition, PSI offers robust engineering services to help you make better, cost-effective decisions. PSI's engineering services include custom tests, root cause analysis, product upgrades, remanufacturing, and new product manufacturing services. The custom test program utilizes advanced diagnostic equipment, allowing PSI to detect hard part failures, as well as parts degraded due to stress, right down to the microchip level. The root-cause analysis service allows PSI to get a comprehensive view into a customer's production environment to identify all the elements connected to recurring problems so that the appropriate corrective actions eliminate the problem. The product upgrade service allows PSI to improve upon legacy design with newer, more reliable technology. PSI's remanufacturing services are available for obsolete and unsalvageable parts, such as circuit boards and power supplies. Finally, the new product manufacturing service is available for customers who need a cost-effective option to produce a small run of unique legacy parts or components.
"PSI is proud to provide valuable resources for global manufacturers in this time of crisis," said Mike Fitzpatrick, General Manager of PSI Repair Services, Inc. "We realize how vital manufacturing is to the world's economy, so if we can help manufacturers avoid costly downtime when operations resume, we will know that we are making a difference."
About PSI Repair Services, Inc. (www.psi-repair.com)
PSI Repair Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, offers the world's most complete range of repair and engineering services to resolve poorly performing electronics, hydraulics, robotics and precision mechanical assemblies. We combine the best diagnostic equipment in the world with the most skilled engineers and technicians in the industry to resolve performance problems that others simply can't. In addition, PSI offers emergency services and stock thousands of surplus parts to help customers get their critical production equipment back up and running again. PSI Repair Services was established in 1967 and proudly serves a wide range of industries and markets like automotive, aerospace, defense/military, food and beverage, healthcare, semiconductor, as well as wind and solar energy.
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Repair Services, Inc.
Livonia, MI 48150-1733
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