Learn what happens during the HP Renew remanufacturing process—simplified in the following steps.
HP enforces its strict quality standard across all HP Renew resources.
HP Renew products are fully restored to like-new standards by trained and qualified remanufacturing teams in factories owned and managed by HP. This allows us to leverage
the larger HP infrastructure and pass these savings on to you.
HP Renew products undergo comprehensive remanufacturing and testing processes, ensuring that they meet HP’s stringent standards.
Each product is disassembled, intensively cleaned and inspected. Components are reassembled with the latest hardware revisions and firmware version.
Only genuine HP parts are used in the remanufacturing process. System software is then tested and brought up to the latest release level.
The process is completed to achieve HP Renew products that are equivalent to new.
All HP Renew products are inspected and must pass stringent quality checks. They are restored to default settings and shipped with the latest applicable product documentation. Sitting side-by-side, you can’t tell the difference between a new HP product and a Renew product other than the serial number.
Each product is packaged as per the original factory specifications and is ready for delivery and installation.
As proof that HP stands behind all its products, you’ll receive an HP Renew Certificate of Quality right in the box. The same-as-new HP warranty is activated upon delivery and refreshes the full original warranty so you can feel confident that your purchase is backed by HP.
HP Renew products undergo comprehensive HP remanufacturing processes, ensuring they are fully restored to meet HP certified standards. To qualify for full HP warranty, all HP Renew products must pass the rigorous testing and verification processes—your guarantee of HP quality and reliability.
Read through the complete essential steps of the HP Renew Remanufacturing Process: