1- Initial inspection: inspection of the wheel to determine whether it can be reconditioned, and whether there are any cracks or deformations. We measure the toughness of the wheel at the beginning of the process, for comparison with the final inspection.
2- Cleaning: the wheel is acid washed to remove all traces of dirt.
3- Grinding: the wheel is ground to remove all contaminants. Grinding prepares the wheel surface for welding.
4- Welding: the wheel’s lips are professionally filled.
5- Machining: the wheel is placed in an industrial lathe to recreate the wheel’s original shape to the nearest thousandth of an inch.
6- Final inspection: a visual inspection of the wheel is performed out by our experts, and the wheel’s toughness is measure in order to ensure its reliability.