Exline Field Mechanical and Field Machining Services
Exline Field Services
Exline Field Service technicians provide on-site services to keep our customer’s operations running smoothly and efficiently with a minimum of downtime. Our skilled technicians work with our customers staff to handle planning and scheduling of maintenance and repair projects from start to finish. Repairs and modifications done on-site reduce downtime and repair costs.
These are the Services provided by Exline Field Service crews:
Major Overhauls: Exline performs major and partial overhauls on large engines, compressors, generating units, and other major industrial equipment.
Emergency On-Site repairs: When problems occur, Exline can reduce your downtime with specialized on-site repair services that take hours or days instead of weeks.
Clean-Burn Upgrades: Exline technicians handle scheduling, disassembly, parts replacement, and reassembly.
Compressor Cylinders: Exline bores existing cylinders or removes and replaces the liners.
Crankshafts: Exline undersizes and polishes journals, and straightens crankshafts.
Power Cylinder Heads: Exline rebuilds power cylinder heads.
Flywheel-to-shaft Fit: Exline machines crankshaft/flywheels in place and re-installs.
Line Bore: Exline line bores crankcase, saddle, and crankshaft alignment, and mills the cap landings.
Liner-to-block seat: Exline repairs the seal and seat fit.
Block repair: Exline repairs cracks using “Lock n Stitch” crack repair.
Wire-line alignment: Exline measures the alignment of crankshaft and camshaft bearing bores.
Optic alignment: Exline measures the alignment of engine and compressor frames.
Mechanical and Hydraulic Presses: Exline performs major and minor rebuilding of cylinders and pistons, and repairs or replaces worn parts. Exline provides extensive component restoration capabilities.
Preventative Maintenance: Exline technicians perform periodic and scheduled preventative maintenance to keep Engines and Compressors running smoothly and efficiently.
Protective Devices: Exline technicians install protective devices on stationary or moving equipment to keep equipment running safely and reduce the risk of major damage.