Most people are lead to believe that Rebuilt & Remanufactured products are the same thing, however, this is a misconception. An easy way to explain the difference is that a Rebuilt engine is like a used engine; built with used parts, while a Remanufactured engine is like new, and is built with all new or remanufactured components which were restored to the Original Equipment Specifications set forth by the manufacturer.
To build again after being destroyed.
Remanufacturing is the process of disassembly and recovery at the module level and, eventually, at the component level. It requires the repair or replacement of worn out or obsolete components and modules. Parts subject to degradation affecting the performance or the expected life of the whole are replaced. Remanufacturing is a form of a product recovery process which differs from other recovery processes in its completeness: a remanufactured machine should match the same customer expectation as new machines.