• Photo of component before commencing work.

  • Notes

  • Mode of failure?

  • Photo of damages

  • Bearing location measurements

  • Add media

  • Does the unit have a stuffing box/sleeve?
    If yes what are the measurements?

  • Shaft run out

  • Add media

  • Do any of the mating faces have distortion?

  • Are lubrication lines clean and clear of debris?

  • Are all internal and external threads in good condition?

  • Has housing/shaft been checked for cracks?

  • Is component viable to repair?

  • Photo of finished component.

  • Add signature

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