Reliable Reconditioned Robots

We take pride in offering expertise in robotic automation solutions and providing dependable, affordable reconditioned robots. Our refurbished robots undergo a meticulous restoration process, ensuring their reliability. If you are searching for cost-effective second-hand robots, please contact us. Phoenix has extensive experience in robot integration.

Why Choose Phoenix?

Phoenix Control Systems Ltd. is the expert robot integrator that provides reliable and affordable reconditioned robots for industrial automation needs. Our experienced staff offers all-in-one services without additional installation services. We customize our solutions to fit specific needs and provide programming and connectivity solutions for both reconditioned and existing robots. Our partnerships with top brands enable us to offer you reliable reconditioned robots for your automation project. Contact us today to find the perfect reconditioned robots for your industrial needs!

 

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Choosing a Robot: Key Considerations Before Purchase

There are two primary considerations when selecting robots for industrial automation:

  • The robot payload is the maximum mass that the robot can handle. (Note that it is important to take into account the center of gravity of the payload.)
  • The working envelope is the working or reaching area of the robot.

To find affordable, reconditioned robots, you must first locate a robot integrator who fully understands robot integration. Once you have met with them and explained your requirements, they will propose the appropriate automation solutions for your company. They will ensure that you source the correct certified, reconditioned robot for your project. With our help, you can find the used robots for sale that best suit your requirements for free.

Why Consider Working with an Integrator?

At our company, we’re dedicated to providing you with all the help and guidance you need to find the perfect tools for your specific application. We understand that when it comes to used robots for sale, the options can vary greatly depending on the particular specifications and requirements of your project. As expert robot integrators, we have the knowledge and experience necessary to help you navigate the market and find the very best options available.

Our team is committed to helping you save both time and money by guiding you to the perfect used robots for sale that meet all of your unique needs. With our help, you can rest assured that you’re making the right choice for your project and getting the best value for your investment.

Reconditioned Robots: Key Elements

Our experience as an integrator shows that new robotic users don’t always have the knowledge on how to start out in automation. Therefore, as a guide, we have laid out a few pointers showing the basic elements to consider when looking for a reconditioned robot.

  • In the robot generation, older generation robots will be less expensive but a more recent generation of robots will have more useful features.
  • Hours of operation for a robot are not necessarily an indication of the robot’s wear and tear as a high-hours robot may have been well maintained and a low-hours robot not.
  • Gearboxes and internal wiring harnesses are typically the most expensive components that fail on a robot. Therefore, they are also time-consuming to replace. Check this with the supplier before you proceed to buy.
  • The end-of-arm tooling, whether they are new or second-hand, they do not generally come complete with the end-of-arm tooling as this is specific to the use that the robot is going to be put to.

Looking for Reconditioned Robots?

Phoenix integrates and installs complete industrial robots cells whether it is the case of robotic integration featuring new or reconditioned robots.  We offer solutions for all kinds of robotic applications. For example MillingCutting, Painting,  Welding, Material Handling, PalletisingAssembly and many more.

We have developed a new robotic selection tool to help companies, who are looking to start out in automation. This allows the client to see how their automation requirements could be analysed relative to sample return on investment calculations.

Whether you want to install a robotic system using new or reconditioned industrial robots. Try out our Robot ROI Calculator tool.  This robotic ROI calculator can help you to have a very good idea of the elements involved in automation. It also helps with various different applications and the impact on your investment.

Let us know if you are searching for Used Robots for Sale.  We will help you where to get the best option without extra cost.

new Industrial Robots vs second-hand robots

Choosing between a new or used industrial robot is key to making the right purchase. We can help you choose the best option for your individual needs. Evaluate the benefits/drawbacks of both options and talk to an integrator before deciding. Choose what fits your needs best.

New robots are reliable and equipped with the latest technology to improve production. They come with a guarantee and can be customised to fit specific needs. They require less maintenance and repairs, reducing downtime and increasing productivity.

  1. Higher cost: New industrial robots are more expensive than used ones.
  2. Longer lead times: Ordering a new industrial robot can take several months, which can delay production.
  3. Limited availability: Some manufacturers may have a backlog of orders, making it difficult to purchase a new industrial robot.
  1. Lower cost: These robots are generally less expensive than new ones.
  2. Availability: They are readily available from dealers and brokers.
  3. Guarantee: Some second-hand robot suppliers provide a specific guarantee, most of them related to robot parts.
  4. Proven performance: Refurbished robots will be tested, which provides assurance to the buyer that the product has been tested and proven to work.
  5. Shorter lead times: Reconditioned robots can be purchased and delivered more quickly than the new robots.
  1. Limited customisation: Refurbished robots may not have the same customisation options as new ones.
  2. Robot Controller: Refurbished robots may not come with the latest controller, but request the robot supplier the latest version they have.
  3. Risk of obsolescence: Second-hand robots may have outdated technology or parts that are no longer available, which can increase the risk of obsolescence.