products include:


Hydraulic Calipers
Power Steering Pumps
Steering Gears & Racks
CV Shafts
Rack n Pinion

Hoses and Lines for:

Oil Coolers
Brakes
Fuel Injection
Return Lines
Water & Air Conditioning (AC)
Pressure

Other:

Alternator
Starter
Engine
Transmission


Acura
Audi
BMW
Buick
Cadillac
Chevrolet
Chrysler
Dodge
Ford
GMC
Honda
Hummer
Hyundai
Infinity
Jaguar
Jeep
Kia
Land Rover
Lexus
Lincoln
Mazda
Mercedes Benz
Mercury
Mini
Mitsubishi
Nissan
Pontiac
Porsche
Rolls Royce
Saab
Saturn
Subaru
Suzuki
Toyota
Volkswagen
Volvo

all makes & models:



















Rebuilds & Repairs


Parts are inspected, rebuilt, or reconditioned to restore functionality and performance with our proven and improving remanufacturing process.

Abaccus Rebuild Center can repair, rebuild and pressure test your hoses!

Our state-of-the-art machinery allows us to construct hoses for Oil Coolers, Brakes,

Fuel Injection, Return Lines, Water and Air Conditioning (AC) for both Hi and Low Pressure.

Let us reconstruct and pressure test your faulty hose and get you back on

the road!
 

Abaccus Auto Parts & Rebuild Center
320 Queen St. E. Brampton, L6V 1C2
905-847-1680 /  289-401-1212


The remanufacturing industry helps the environment in a number of different ways:


Remanufacturers have been "recycling" for more than 80 years. It all began during World War II when the tremendous need to reuse

automotive and truck parts gave birth to the industry. Natural resources where scare during wartime, and many of the resources we

  did have were going to the war effort to build planes, ships, tanks, etc. Rebuilding usedparts met the demand for quality replacements.

Why is remanufacturing considered the ultimate form of recycling?


Remanufacturing differs from recycling because remanufacturing "recycles" the value originally added to the raw material. Remanufacturing also differs from recycling, most importantly because it makes a much greater economic contribution per unit of product than does recycling. Remanufacturing recaptures the value-added product when it was first manufactured. In fact, a 1981 Massachusetts Institute of Technology study on the remanufacturing of automobile components indicated that approximately 85% of the energy expended in the manufacture of the original product was preserved in the remanufactured product. This is why remanufacturing is considered the ultimate form of recycling.


Extending product life through remanufacturing is the key to leveraging the earth's natural resources.

The remanufacturing industry helps the environment in a number of different ways:


Energy Conservation: Automotive and truck parts are kept out of the resmelting process longer because of remanufacturing. As a result, millions of barrels of oil or comparable forms of energy are saved.
Raw Material Conservation: Remanufacturing gives a product numerous lives instead of just one, thereby saving on raw materials. Rebuilders annually save millions of tons of natural resources such as iron, aluminum, copper, etc.
Landfill Space Conserved: Landfills are spared from the dumping of millions of tons of iron, aluminum, copper, etc., because of the monetary value the industry places on parts. This "core charge" ensures parts are returned to be rebuilt.
Air Pollution Reduce:Once again, keeping parts out of the resmelting process benefits the environment by reducing the air pollution that is generated by remelting.

As people grow more and more concerned about the environment, we must seek public policies that will encourage even more remanufacturing. There are enough social and environmental benefits to justify remanufacturing. Imagine the added benefits to society if EVERYTHING we buy could be remanufactured, from small appliances to lawn mowers. Also imagine if products were originally manufactured with the sole purpose of being rebuilt and not thrown away...