Print engine overhaul is the process of re-improving and maintaining print engines that are generally used in large industrial machines and experience wear or performance decrease due to intensive use. Printing engines are power units generally used in compressed air, hydraulic or pneumatic systems.

Print engine revision may include the following steps:

  1. Evaluation: First of all, the status and problems of the printing engine are determined. Worn or damaged parts of the engine are detected and performance analysis is performed.
  2. Part Replacement: Worn or damaged parts are replaced. This may include parts such as pistons, rings, seals, valves, bearings, joints, cylinders and other components.
  3. Cleaning and Renewal: The engine is cleaned and renewed when necessary. Operations involving this may include cleaning parts, smoothing cylinder surfaces, adjusting valves, and other repair operations.
  4. Assembly and Adjustment: Renewed or replaced parts are reassembled into the engine. At this stage, all components are placed correctly and necessary adjustments are made.
  5. Testing and Calibration: The revised print engine is tested to check its performance and functionality. This may include the engine’s pressure generating capacity, vibration levels, sealing and other performance parameters.

Print engine overhaul allows the engine to be revitalized and its working life extended. Overhaul allows the engine to operate more efficiently and serve longer with less risk of failure.

Print engine overhaul is usually performed by the manufacturer or authorized service providers because these service providers have original equipment manufacturer (OEM) replacement parts and know-how. Therefore, it is important to contact the company that manufactured the engine or an authorized service provider to have your print engine overhauled.