Reman NOx sensors deliver optimal performance while lowering costs, controlling emissions and promoting sustainability
Equipment users often think of remanufacturing when it comes to engines and large components because the cost savings are significant, and they are getting “like-new” with a warranty. However, you could also save resources with smaller remanufactured items you may not have considered.
“NOx (nitrogen oxides) sensors are a great example of a high-quality, low-cost replacement option that help avoid breakdowns and reduce owning and operating expenses,” said Komatsu’s Goran Zeravica, Senior Product Manager, Reman. “A Reman NOx sensor protects your diesel engine’s aftertreatment system and promotes optimal performance with the added benefit of lowering emissions and promoting sustainability.”
Komatsu genuine Reman NOx sensors meet original equipment specifications, assembly processes and test procedures to match the performance of a new part. They help equipment users stay in compliance with regulations while maintaining productivity.
Komatsu genuine Reman NOx sensors can also help you:
- Avoid maintenance issues with new/upgraded probe tips fitted with an anti-seize lubricant that is pre-applied to the sensor threads
- Reduce wear with watertight inline connectors that verify electronic continuity between the probe and the control module
- Operate predictably with limited data from the control panel, including temperature, mileage and hours
- Reduce waste and save natural resources by reusing and salvaging components
Get the credit you deserve
Zeravica noted that sensor probes are a common failure, so remanufactured NOx sensors are fitted with new probe tips. Once the sensor probe is replaced, Komatsu Reman NOx sensors are calibrated and bench tested. Reman components are backed by a one-year, unlimited-hour warranty.
“We highly encourage that you return your used NOx sensor, so you get full core credit, even if the probe has been cut,” said Zeravica. “Contact your Komatsu distributor for additional details and work with them to acquire the right sensor and for proper installation.”
To learn more about Komatsu Reman, visit https://www.komatsu.com/services-and-support/equipment-reman-assembly/.