How does Anguil classify my spare parts?
Using the P&ID and the system Bill of Material (BOM) as a guide, our Aftermarket Experts tag each system component as falling into one of four categories: CRITICAL, RECOMMENDED, CONVENIENCE, and ORDER AS NEEDED.
What is the difference between critical, recommended, convenience, and as needed spares?
- Convenience – Small consumables. Stock for your benefit and convenience.
- Critical – Imperative to system operation. Stock to recommended levels, should be considered vital to operation.
- Recommended – Important to operation; operation may or may not be possible without. Stock to recommended levels, some components may be eliminated if necessary.
- When Needed – System components that are either unlikely to fail, not generally critical to system operation, may provide time to replace once a need is determined. Not necessary to stock, component replacement needs generally determined over time.
What are the typical lead times for spare parts?
It depends by part. Anguil keeps a stock of critical parts at our warehouse so we can overnight parts in the case you find yourself without the needed component on your shelf. However, some parts can have lead times up to 4-6 weeks after receipt of order.
Help! I need an emergency part shipped to me now! Can Anguil help?
Depending on the component needed, Anguil Aftermarket Experts will work to get you the needed component as soon as possible. To avoid headaches and unplanned downtime, we recommend you purchase our Critical Spare Parts Package so you are always prepared.
Does Anguil supply parts and service only for Anguil systems?
No! On average, Anguil services 600+ systems from 23 different manufacturers each year and can supply components and spare parts lists for your system. With a copy of your system’s P&ID and BOM (if available), Anguil can identify and order parts as well as generate a Recommended Spare Parts List for your system.
In addition, Anguil can supply parts for your ancillary equipment, including scrubbers, concentrator wheels, and dust collectors.
Can I order individual parts?
Yes! Whether you need parts for your Anguil system or another manufacturer’s system, Anguil can supply parts for all of your pollution abatement systems.
Why order spare parts through Anguil?
Anguil can simplify your parts procurement process. We know your system, so let us quickly get you the parts you need. If we don’t know your system, our engineering experts can quickly assess your system and determine your parts needs. Anguil has an expansive network of vendor relationships and enjoys priority service and advantageous pricing that we pass on to you.
Why does my pollution equipment spare parts program deserve significant attention?
- Uptime – The downtime associated with a system upset can easily be dramatically reduced if the right parts are immediately available on site.
- Compliance – Stocking an appropriate level of spare parts for your pollution control system may be required by your environmental permit.
- Preparedness – Making the decision to have a well-stocked spare parts inventory could be the difference between having the needed component available in your stockroom to get your system quickly back up and online and lengthy downtime, lost production revenue, and plant headache.
- Mission – Stocking an appropriate level of spare parts for your system is just one part of that same long-term commitment to environmental compliance.
How can I order individual spare parts or a recommended spare parts package?
Fill out our Service Request Form to request a quote for your system.