The best equipment with the best people equals the best quality. At Certified Transmission, that's our passion.
Testing and retesting, that's what we do at Certified Transmission. We do not assume that a part is in perfect working order; even when we buy brand-new parts, we test them right out of the box to verify that they function properly. When the part is perfect it goes off to the parts department.
At Certified, we paint our transmissions after they have been cleaned and the case is still warm. This process makes for a better curing, guaranteeing that the finish will last for a very long time. You can tell that it was disassembled and reassembled because none of our seals are painted over. This is just another little sign that we go the extra mile when we rebuild transmissions.
Everything in our transmissions are remanufactured to as close to new as possible. Great pride and care are taken to ensure that your transmission is better than the day it left the factory.
Before a solenoid, band, or clutch is installed, the parts are thoroughly tested and inspected by one of our ASE-certified experts.
At Certified Transmission, we receive hundreds of cores a week. The cores are inspected, credit is issued and off they go to the remanufacturing area.
What happens to your old transmission? Well, we receive the old transmission out of your vehicle, and we completely rebuild it for the next customer. This is the most efficient and environmentally-friendly way to use a product. By getting a Certified Transmission, you are being as environmentally friendly as you can be.
All of our ASE certified transmission experts are thoroughly trained on a specific kind of transmission. Our experts know your transmission inside and out. Rest assured you will get the best transmission available built with pride and integrity.
All of our technicians understand that cleanliness is a top priority. Any microscopic piece of dirt could ruin your new transmission, so we are extra careful to keep our work areas spotless.
Each part is thoroughly inspected and meticulously assembled.
We remanufacture all of our torque converters. Quality control and cleanliness are our main priority.
We have the latest in computerized equipment at Certified Transmission. Welding our torque converters this way ensures no leaks and long-lasting quality.
All of the transmissions at Certified Transmission are painted right after cleaning while still hot. This helps the curing process. Not only do you get the best transmission money can buy, but you get the best looking transmission.
The Finished Goods Department houses over 2,000 finished transmissions. Our vast inventory of stocked transmissions and extensive experience with drop-shipping gives customers the peace of mind to know that they will get what they need on time. We also hand-deliver to customers within a certain distance of our stores.
Every Transmission at Certified Transmission goes through thorough testing during the re-manufacturing process. Computers and ASE certified experts test and retest the transmission before it can be shipped.
The final test is an exacting computer-monitored evaluation of the transmission's endurance and performance. This is where we hook up 18 gauges and sensors to a transmission and simulate a road test. This road test is up and down hills, pulling a load, making sure it makes no noises, vibrations, no leaks etc. When the transmission passes, then and only then is it available to you the customer.
All of the ASE-certified technicians have the latest technology at their fingertips. A computer with up-to-date specifications and information attached to the station. Diagrams, specs and ordering of parts and supplies are all done electronically.
Our Parts Department keeps over $1.5 million in parts on hand for production. This cuts down our waiting time on parts to nearly nothing. An inventory of this size keeps our builders supplied with the parts they need to remanufacture your quality transmission.
All of our technicians are ASE-certified, and have completed an extensive 13 week training program before they can work by themselves. This is an example of the extensive quality control we practice for every model of transmission we rebuild.
After the transmission is disassembled, all the parts are moved onto our power conveyor and transported to the appropriate departments. First stop is the power washer, then inspections, then reassembly and finally, testing on one of our state-of-the-art computer dynamometers.