Certified Recycled Parts - Extend the Life of Your Honeywell Assets

Certified Recycled Parts - Extend the Life of Your Honeywell Assets

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​The Certified Recycled Parts (CRP) program is aimed at optimizing users’ investments in Honeywell systems. It helps extend the life of existing systems with tested and certified recycled parts covered by the same warranty as new build replacement spares. In addition, it enables transition to new systems over a defined period of time.

Through the Certified Recycled Parts program, Honeywell provides hard-to-find parts required by users to maintain their systems and amplify productivity. Recycled parts are available for legacy Distributed Control Systems (DCS), including those found in the TDC2000 and TDC3000 product lines, as well as more recent systems such as TPS and Experion. Users can also procure spare parts for previous generation quality control solutions, including material such as sensors and MXOpen parts no longer available through new production.

In addition to field replacement spare parts, users can also obtain assemblies such as consoles and complete nodes to meet their maintenance or small expansion needs.​

​Certified Recycled Parts are acquired from customers and factory surplus and go through a certification process to validate functionality. All parts go through a first-level power up test, a hardware verification test system (HVTS) to validate the function of hardware components on the board, and a system software test to ensure successful interaction with other Honeywell hardware and software. Once these steps are completed, a burn - in for a minimum of 24 hours is undertaken to verify extended operability and to reveal thermal and/or throughput problems. Any material which fails even a single step in the certification process is discarded. The warranty time period for CRP material is the same as that for new build spares. That is One Year for all TDC, TPS, and Experion parts and 90 Days for all QCS and CWS parts.

​With Certified Recycled Parts, users can stretch their system life cycle  and avoid forced upgrades due to obsolescence of parts such as legacy servers and stations. In addition, users can reduce unplanned downtime resulting from failure of hard-to-find parts. Leveraging CRP also allows users to upgrade their systems at their own pace while maintaining their existing system(s).

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Certified Recycled Parts Service NoteOverview of Honeywell's Certified Recycled Parts program.120.21 KBService Note8 Nov 2017
 
 
 
 
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