Refurbish & Recertify

At our facility near Atlanta, we tediously inspect all components of the compressor to determine suitability for refurbishment and recertification. We'll even send you a rental compressor so your plant doesn't have to slow down.

Consider Us Your Turnkey Resource

Worthington offers routine component repairs, as well as complex major shop overhauls, compressor re-rates and field services. We handle all of your plant's needs – from a complete teardown and inspection through final repair and assembly. As a single resource for all parts, materials and machining labor, Worthington simplifies procurement and enables you to act effectively and manage efficiently.


Two options for you to utilize

  1. Send us your machine at any stage of its life cycle to be given a thorough analysis from an expert. We'll inspect the unit at our shop near Atlanta, Georgia and send a full analysis and recommendations to restore your compressor. If you agree, we'll begin work immediately and restore your compressor to full capacity. 

  2. We can always send our consultants to you. Once an appointment is confirmed, our team comes to you for an onsite inspection. This may not be as detailed as tearing down your unit, but our services allow you to see firsthand what restoration is possible. If you decide to utilize our team, we arrange transportation for the machine and quickly begin refurbishing your unit back to factory quality.

Capabilities and Services

We provide repair and overhauling services for compressors. We offer a wide range of services including but not limited to:

  • Valve repair
  • Cylinder boring and sleeving
  • Crankshaft repair
  • Babitting
  • Airend rebuilding
  • Rotor inspections
  • Blade replacement
  • Field balancing
  • Steam path audits
  • Stress analysis
  • Reverse engineer
  • Lathe work and horizontal/vertical milling
  • Welding
  • Drilling
  • Tapping
  • Bolt and stud repair
  • Generator collector ring grinding
  • Split line and horizontal joint machining
  • Journal and seal-area machining