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The only conditions that we attach to this Warranty are:
This Warranty applies to the original purchaser.
- That in the event of an issue you contact us directly at and give as much information as possible to enable us to help you. This will involve giving us details of the installation and any changes made to the car, photos of failed parts and the installation.
- Warranty is restricted to the replacement of the supplied goods, but no consequential loss (e.g. carriage charges, garage labour costs, vehicle recovery, car hire, loss of earnings, etc.) from any resulting problems.
- Any Motorsport parts with a part number ending 'BLK' are excluded from our lifetime warranty.
We have never had a time period based warranty policy because we have always treated issues that customers have had as an opportunity to learn.
Where a problem has occurred due to incorrect fitting, we have always asked ourselves if the reason for the error was due to poor fitting instructions.
When we have had a part failure we have tried to understand if the part was being used outside of its design parameters, perhaps on a race car running slick tyres. In cases like this, should we be offering a specific motorsport compound?
Like all manufacturing we have had the occasional material quality issue and in these cases we have always replaced parts without question.
So now we have decided to formalise our open and honest policy and boast about it!
We will replace any Powerflex product that any customer in the world is unhappy with for any reason.
What we ask in return is that anyone wanting replacement parts contacts us directly and sends as much information as possible which will help us determine the reason for a problem.
The Powerflex Brand has wide experience of automotive suspension and chassis systems and combining these design skills with advanced polyurethane manufacturing techniques led to the development of the wide range of high performance automotive polyurethane components now known the world over by the product name POWERFLEX.
All of these factors combined make POWERFLEX the number one selling performance bushes in Europe.
Polyurethane has been with us as a specialised plastic for some thirty years. However recent advances have now made it possible to engineer very special properties into this exciting material. Suspension bushes are some of the most highly stressed components fitted to a motor car. They undergo enormous strains and in the most arduous of conditions with no maintenance or lubrication.
The material they are manufactured from is a rubber compound containing natural products which deteriorate with age. It becomes softer and more pliable, resisting the forces placed on it less and less. Therefore allowing more and more movement of suspension components and offering less and less control over the suspension geometry.
This in turn causes accelerated tyre wear, braking instability and poor handling. This is the single biggest reason you can instantly tell the difference driving a three year old car compared to a showroom new one. However even new cars will benefit from POWERFLEX bushes because of their superior design they offer much more effective control of the suspension components to a much greater extent than normal rubber items.
The special type of polyurethane we use is an advanced material which has unique properties. Our products have the ability to offer high performance without vibration or noise but with exceptionally long life.
In addition to our "standard" range of bushes, which we publish, we also manufacture many special components for original equipment car companies and also industrial applications.
Because of our manufacturing facility and wide experience with suspension components we can design and manufacture very quickly bushes and other parts, specially for you.
We manufacture special parts for a number of non automotive industries. These include marine parts for corrosion protection, shock absorber mounting bushes, sound absorbing mounting pads, train door mechanisms, rollers, mounting blocks etc.
The materials we use can be modified to offer different properties. Hardness levels offered can be in the range Shore A 35 to 95. We can manufacture in any colour. We can even arrange to package products using your packaging and designs.
With the technological advances in this material it has been possible to overcome the common problem associated with harder bushes which is increased noise. By correctly engineering the polyurethane compound, bushes can be made 25-30% stiffer than new rubber items but with exactly the same noise absorbing properties. POWERFLEX bushes make sense.