Production facilities choose Darby Electric because they need to repair or replace equipment in order to keep their plants running. They also want to cut annual production costs, reduce downtime, and increase time between failures.
Since 1948, Darby has been meeting our customer’s expectations by providing a single source for facility support needs including equipment repair, predictive maintenance, training, and procurement. Darby’s services eliminate your headaches and worries. Darby’s high-quality repair work can save a company thousands of dollars over the lifetime of the equipment.
Only Darby offers ALL of these advantages:
- 24-7 Customer Service Program – Call our after-hours line, 864-224-2134.
- An experienced team with over 500 years of experience and an average of 13 years with Darby.
- The broadest range of in-house repair and field services.
- The best in new equipment and renewable parts.
- Sourcing service for hard-to-find parts.
- Comprehensive cost benefit analysis presenting the difference between the price of new equipment and total cost of ownership
- Valuable Training for maintenance and facility teams to troubleshoot, assess and repair equipment.
- A comprehensive library of old and new instruction manuals.
- Central location between Atlanta, Columbia, and Charlotte offering quick delivery and fast field service.
- Sine wave variable frequency test run capability. We can start a 10,000 HP AC motor.
- Inverter Duty wire is our standard material.
- Automated winders produce premium coils.
- Environmental commitment – Closed loop Parts Washer, solventless epoxy resin, separate recycling for copper, steel, brass, cast aluminum, extruded aluminum, office paper, and soft drink cans reduce the carbon footprint.
Unlike other competitors in our industry, we don’t routinely do change orders. We utilize a unique set of documented processes and systems ensuring the highest levels of quality in every job. Rework cost is tracked carefully, and measured as part of our quality system. Every job record since 1965, along with specifications and manuals, is documented. Our annual number of warranty claims is less than 1% of sales. The net result is that we get it right the first time with very little rework.