Remanufacturing can play a key role in building a more sustainable economy. It is based on the idea of re-using component products – termed ‘cores’ – that are returned to the same standard and conform to the same specifications as a brand-new equivalent. Extensive inspection and testing ensure remanufactured products conform to their original design specification. Remanufacturing differs from reconditioning or repair, and greatly extends the useful life of often expensive, resource hungry products through multiple life cycles – potentially boosting both sustainability and profits.
This webinar is part of an Advanced Engineering webinar series from the University of Brighton and Gatwick Diamond Business, which explores innovative engineering as a way to benefit business, showcasing leading developments in industry together with cutting-edge research from the University’s Advanced Engineering Centre (AEC). The webinars will also include relevant government policy insights, and funding opportunities.
Date and Time:
Jul 16, 2021