Remanufactured – Process of disassembly and recovery at the module level and, eventually, at the component level. Through a series of
industrial processes in a factory environment, a previously used product is completely disassembled. Parts are cleaned, refurbished/repaired or replaced,
thoroughly inspected through a quality control process, and placed into inventory. The product is reassembled to produce a "like-new” unit, fully equivalent
and sometimes superior in performance and expected lifetime in relation to a new product.
New Surplus – Unused surplus equipment not supplied from OEM directly.
Aftermarket – Equivalent or direct replacements for OEM products.
Factory New – Factory direct OEM products.