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Livonia, Michigan – PSI Repair Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc., will showcase its wide range of cost-saving solutions for machine tool industry at IMTS 2012.

As a recognized leader in the industrial component repair marketplace, PSI saves machine shops of all sizes up to 70% versus the cost of buying new electronic, hydraulic, robotic and precision mechanical components from the OEM. All repairs come with a free evaluation, performance test and one-year warranty.

PSI offers the most comprehensive engineering services in the industry, featuring state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment that provides powerful failure analysis, which can be used to make more informed maintenance decisions. In many cases, PSI’s engineering team can enhance the performance of a faulty OEM component with superior, more efficient technology to further extend the component’s life.

For unsalvageable and obsolete components, PSI offers complete remanufacturing services. In addition, PSI offers surplus parts and emergency services (including wind turbine repair) for machine shops that need to get their critical systems back up and running again as quickly as possible.

“PSI has over four decades of experience repairing components like ball screws, servo motors, CNC controls and printed circuit boards,” said Mike Fitzpatrick, General Manager of PSI Repair Services. “We fix today’s problem and prevent tomorrow’s, at a great price, so machine shops can stay productive.”

IMTS 2012 takes place September 10-15 at the McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. PSI Repair Services will be exhibiting in booth E-5562.

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