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In this blog we look at the top four potential pitfalls of opting for non-genuine spare parts.
When you invested in your compressed air system you no doubt did a fair bit of research to ensure that you were getting a system that would be durable and efficient and that would deliver a reliable supply of compressed air. Maintaining the integrity of your compressed air system is critical to ensure that your system continues to operate at its peak performance. And, the decision of whether to opt for genuine spare parts or pirate parts will have a large bearing on this.
What may seem like a good decision at the time may end up costing your business dearly in the long run. Here's a rundown of the top four potential pitfalls of opting for non-genuine spare parts;
Only the OEM's genuine spare parts have been;
Short term gain for long term pain
If reliability, efficiency and durability were key criterion in opting for the high quality compressor and associated equipment you chose to invest in, then why would you compromise on the performance and safety of the consumables that go into it? In the end your decision may be as simple as asking yourself; is some potential short term financial gain worth the long term pain that using pirate parts may cause?
Air and Mine Equipment Institute of Australia (August 2001): Non genuine spare parts - not worth the risk?