Assembly, Overhaul & Repair
Working collaboratively with our customers, our assembly and repair service has enabled TOCs and maintainers to reduce the costs of electrical assembly repairs, by up to 50%. Our inventory management and planning expertise has resulted in our ability to exceed customer expectations and dramatically reduce lead times.
ADComms provides comprehensive service and solutions ranging from the production of the new cable harnesses to the overhaul and repair of existing components. Our skilled technicians and process management enable us to provide products of a safety critical nature, which install confidence in our customer base.
EAO is a leading supplier of human machine interface systems, to the global rail industry.
ADComms, are an approved refurbishment and repair company for EAO rail panel assemblies, ADComms, offer a comprehensive and cost-effective repair and refurbishment service.
EAO push buttons are used throughout the UK rail industry in many applications including guards control panels in vestibules, interior/exterior passenger door controls, toilet cubicle control panels and drivers’ cab panels.
Features and Benefits
• Collect, repair and return service
• Stock holding of components to support a quick turn around
• No minimum batch size
• Warranty on workmanship along with component standard warranties
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We recently delivered some on-site training at the ADComms training facilities in Scunthorpe. The training courses have been hugely successful and we have received outstanding feedback from all involved! " After talking to a few of the guys who attended the BTSS9000...read more
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ADComms attended, as guests and partners of Arriva Rail Northern (ARN), a presentation day unveiling the Class 158 Digital Train. The day included attendees from Network Rail, local councillors and members of the North East Rail Management Unit. Following...read more