The restoration process begins with initial damage mitigation and damage assessment and concludes with equipment replacement or repair.

Work involves disassembling equipment to the degree warranted by the disaster. When possible, parts are restored instead of replaced using ultrasonic methods or large dip tanks and proprietary cleaning procedures.

After disassembly and a complete inspection is conducted, Continental provides a detailed scope of repairs to restore the equipment. Implementation of repairs is the next step.

Upon completion of repairs, start-up and commissioning procedures are completed. With high-tolerance equipment, laser alignment and positioning services are provided to allow certification of equipment to manufacturer tolerances.

Continental’s quality assurance measures adhere to the standards set by the client or equipment manufacturer.