Canada "The Process Equipment People" have been
designing, engineering and manufacturing Process Equipment and Systems at our Scarborough
location since 1945.
Every piece of equipment supplied since that time, and equipment
shipped into Canada prior to 1945 by our then U.S. parent company, is supported by a
maintained database consisting of the original engineering file with Bill of Materials,
Drawings, Mill Test Certificate and Jurisdictional Affidavits of Manufacture. Together
with this there is a computerized data base system that records the type and size of
equipment and name of the original purchaser. This means that if you have equipment
manufactured by PATTERSON, we will be able to provide you with its physical, mechanical
and electrical specification documents, operating manuals as well as parts.
To obtain parts and/or service, all that is required is the original serial number from
the PATTERSON Equipment Nameplate. There have been instances where the nameplate has been
removed but by knowing the type and size, the unit can be traced through our computerized
PATTERSON stocks standard equipment spare parts and can generally manufacture or obtain
non-stock items from suppliers with minimum delay, thus reducing downtime and loss
If you either own or have acquired PATTERSON Equipment and wish to rebuild or relocate
it to another manufacturing facility, call us. Our records allow the verification of the
equipment integrity and subsequent re-testing and certification for operation at the new
location. Equipment built over 20 years ago can still be re-certified using original
documentation and re-testing in accordance with individual jurisdiction requirements.
A large Double Motion Resin Kettle originally built by PATTERSON
Industries in 1966 was recently shipped to our factory to be rebuilt, tested and
re-certified. After undergoing the PATTERSON Performance Upgrade Program in 1998, the
equipment was put back into productive operation in a North Carolina location.
Customer Service Records:
Retention of records for every piece of equipment ever manufactured by
with design, engineering and manufacturing drawings and including ASME Affidavits of