At Gear World, We can complete your California Pellet Mill gearbox repair in far less time and for far less money. We pick up your California Pellet Mill gearbox for free and bring it to one of our plants where we complete an NDTI (Non-Destructive Teardown Inspection) with a full white-glove treatment of your California Pellet Mill gearbox to assess the needs.
Is your California Pellet Mill Gearbox in need of repair? Contact Gearworld.
For Emergencies Call: 1-832-338-4990
Following the rebuild process, GearWorld will begin testing your California Pellet Mill Gearbox. The California Pellet Mill Gearbox is filled with Testing oil made by Royal Purple to start a 4 to 6 hour overheating, vibration, and leaking test. Once your gearbox passes this test run, it is certified and warrantied with our 12-month warranty and is shipped back to you.
GearWorld also offers 24 Hour Emergency Rush Repairs, and as such, we can also Fabricate most Gears in under 24 hours. GearWorld Offers Free Freight and Free Quotes as well as a 12 Month Warranty that goes into effect from the moment you install your California Pellet Mill gearbox.
All engineers and technicians at GearWorld are California Pellet Mill certified and experienced. We maintain an inventory with vital spare parts and technical blueprints of all California Pellet Mill gearbox Models to make sure we can get you back up in as little time as possible.
If your California Pellet Mill gearbox requires repair, GearWorld will get you up and ready to run. When we receive your California Pellet Mill gearbox, we thoroughly clean and perform an NDT your gearbox to find the fault, repair / rebuild components and install them as recommended by OEM Specifications. We Replace all bearings, shims, gaskets, and seals to OEM Specifications.
Gear World has many convenient locations in the USA. We have locations in Chicago, Illinois. This is right in the heart of the midwest. We also have locations in Houston, TX; the epicenter of everything industrial.
California Pellet Mill Gearbox History
The origin of CPM can be traced back to California’s Napa Valley, where, in 1883, the Toulouse & Delorieux Co. manufactured presses, crushers and stemmers for winemakers. In 1931, the company created the first pellet mill, the 30 HP Flat Bed with stationary flat die, and we became California Pellet Mill (CPM).
In the years that followed, they created more pellet mill models with additional features. In the 1980s, they greatly expanded their product offerings through the creation of Roskamp Champion with the acquisition of the Roskamp Roller Mill Company and Champion Hammermills.
We are not the California Pellet Mill OEM but we do service their products.