Colter & Peterson knows paper cutters: With over 85 years of experience and the unrivaled knowledge that goes with it, we are the premier rebuilder of used guillotine cutters in the U.S. We take used paper cutters from our inventory of over 200 used machines and restore them to factory-fresh condition, which allows us to offer our customers a cost-effective alternative to buying a new one.
First, we completely disassemble and inspect the machine in our full-service rebuilding facility. We thoroughly clean the machine base, frame, and all components. We identify worn parts and either repair or replace them.
Next, we restore guiding surfaces to like-new tolerances by machining all relevant components: machine frames, guiding surfaces, and clamp and knife carriers. We make sure that any components we replace meet the manufacturer’s original specifications. When required, we also update the machine’s electrical wiring, control panels, hydraulics, and pneumatic systems.
Before putting the paper cutter back together, we prime and paint interior and exterior components on the machine to make them gleam like new.
We then reassemble the refreshed industrial paper cutter and conduct thorough testing to ensure it’s up to current standards and is running in peak condition before we make it available to our customers. You’ll be satisfied with nothing less, and neither will we.
Get superior quality and unbeatable value from a reconditioned paper cutter.
Colter & Peterson is classified as an “essential services” company under current CISA (Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency), New Jersey and California guidelines. We’re open and staffed to supply critical parts and service to keep your paper cutters and related equipment up and running.
Our company is following CDC guidelines for social distancing and we’re regularly sanitizing our offices and office/production facilities. Our technicians are also following these guidelines to keep customers and themselves safe.
We’re here to support the various industries which are open and still delivering the critical products and services needed to get our nation through this crisis.