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Tana Second Life

Machine rebuilds offer several benefits, making them a cost-effective and sustainable option for businesses looking to extend the life and performance of their equipment. Rebuilding a machine is often more cost-effective than purchasing a new one. Rebuilding allows for the restoration of worn or damaged components, effectively extending the operational life of the machine. The replacement or refurbishment of critical components during a rebuild can result in improved overall performance.

Please contact Humdinger Equipment for rebuilds in North America.

Offering levels


  • Clean and ensure the functionality of the machine
  • Cost-efficient way to pro-long your TANA machine’s life-time


  • Restore the machine performance to it’s original level
  • Sustainable approach to provide second-life for the equipment


Pre-check: Tana Factory Experts conduct a comprehensive assessment of the overall feasibility of the rebuild, considering factors such as the level of rebuild required, price range, and potential risks. This evaluation is based on the analysis of equipment model, operating hours, condition (supported by photos), maintenance history, and customer expectations. The purpose of this pre-check is to inform the decision-making process before initiating a rebuild project, ensuring a thorough assessment.

Assessment: On-site inspection is carried out by Tana Certified Rebuild Partner or Tana Factory Expert to examine the equipment, identifying wear and damage. This assessment aims to determine the specific components requiring replacement or refurbishment. The decision to proceed with the rebuild is contingent upon the comprehensive assessment report, which includes details on pricing, project plan, schedule, and content.


1. Disassembly The equipment undergoes a systematic disassembly process, with necessary components removed for detailed inspection and refurbishment.
2. Repair and replacement Worn or damaged components are repaired or replaced with either new or refurbished parts. This process extends to critical systems such as the engine, transmission, hydraulics, and undercarriage.
3. Overhaul Major systems, including the engine and transmission, may undergo a comprehensive overhaul to restore them to a like-new condition. This involves rebuilding engines or replacing significant components such as pistons, bearings, and seals.
Cleaning and painting The equipment is thoroughly cleaned and, if necessary, repainted to safeguard against corrosion and enhance its visual appearance.
5. Testing and Quality Control Following reassembly, the equipment undergoes stringent testing to ensure optimal functionality and safety. This includes comprehensive functional testing of all systems, coupled with safety inspections.
6. Reassembly The equipment is reassembled, incorporating the refurbished or replaced components.
7. Final Inspection A final inspection is conducted to verify that the equipment meets all safety and performance standards, ensuring compliance with rigorous quality criteria.
8. Documentation Detailed records of the entire rebuild process are maintained for reference and future maintenance purposes, providing a comprehensive overview of the undertaken activities.