Genuine remanufactured parts such as the flywheel meet the high series production standards of Mercedes-Benz. The focus here is on precision and function. The flywheel undergoes thorough and extensive mechanical and manual cleaning. During remanufacture, a new bearing is pressed in, and the thread is machined. The engine vibrations can be significantly reduced thanks to high-precision balancing of the flywheel. The ring gear is refaced so that it has the same friction characteristics as a new part. The surface finish also means that the remanufactured part is visually nearly identical to a new part.
In a reciprocating piston engine, the flywheel – specifically, two-mass flywheel – is responsible for damping misshapen rotational movements in the engine. The motion of the pistons and the crankshaft causes certain vibrations, leading to imbalances that are offset by the flywheel. This causes friction between the flywheel and the clutch plate, the companion part to the flywheel, which results in natural wear to the component part. This wear and tear means that the component will at some point inevitably have to be replaced.
With genuine remanufactured parts from Mercedes-Benz, you can protect the environment and save money at the same time. The remanufacturing process conserves resources and so helps to save CO2. As the manufacturer, we promise that our remanufactured parts are fully functional and meet high standards of quality. You'll receive an attractive allowance for your old flywheel. We also offer high availability for our remanufactured parts. That means your non-operational time is kept to a minimum, and your vehicles maintain excellent operational reliability.
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