Quality without compromise
Through our extensive 5+ hour Circular Remanufacturing Process and 360-point quality check, we deliver unrivalled quality and consistency you can rely on.
We remanufacture to BS 8887 standards by our fully-qualified technicians within Circular Computing's purpose-built state of the art production facility.
ISO9001 accredited processes mean that we can guarantee consistent quality of the same model in large volumes and, with comprehensive cosmetic detailing, every laptop is refinished to exacting quality standards.
All screens are free from pressure marks and scratches - no exceptions and no compromise.
We do not just reprint keyboards - our unique process of repainting means you do not have to worry about keys fading or paint chipping.
Each laptop is dismantled into its major parts. Covers, palm rests, bezels and keyboards are all fully repaired and repainted. We repaint in matt, gloss and soft touch finishes to match that of the original laptop.
Attention to detail
Replacing components and details like broken or worn feet underneath the laptop is all part of the remanufacturing process.
Inside and outside
Alongside cosmetic refinishing, every unit is fully tested at component level - any worn or broken components are replaced or upgraded.
The world's first BSI Kitemark™ for remanufactured laptops
The awarding of the BSI Kitemark™ certifies that our Circular Remanufacturing Process produces products 'equal to or better than new' as required by the BS standard BS8887-220 and BS8887-211.
Procure remanufactured with confidence
The Kitemark takes away any perceived risk of buying remanufactured laptops
Deliver a sustainable IT program
Provide carbon neutral remanufactured laptops to your organisation
Reduce IT procurement costs
Save up to 40% on cost compared to equivalent new models
Our remanufacturing facility
In 2015, we had a vision to create the world's first purpose-built laptop remanufacturing factory. One that puts employees first and creates an industry leading product.
In February 2017, we opened that factory.
Our decision to use the UAE as our remanufacturing and global distribution centre was based on historical links and the ability to attract intelligent and innovative technicians - which is core to our ability to produce the quality of product we do.
Remanufactured vs refurbished -
what is the difference?
Varying grades and condition based on opinion means you will never be able to guarantee a standard of product.
Every laptop goes through the same 5+ hour remanufacturing process (to BS 8887 standards) to create a single grade of product that is close to new. We commit to this quality whether you take 5 or 5,000 laptops.
The traditional business model of minimum investment for maximum return means you will experience things such as vinyl skins being used to hide bad cosmetics.
Every laptop is separated into individual parts and repainted with state of the art robots using the exact matching colours and finishes of the original new product.
Varying levels of undocumented testing means you might be buying a laptop that has only been tested to turn on
Every laptop undergoes Aiken testing as well as a minimum 3 hour stress test to run the major components at full load
Filtering the best of the stock means getting good screens in volume is difficult.
Every single screen is dismantled and has at least one part replaced, which guarantees no scratches or pressure marks.
Our customers tell us that they experience much higher RMA with traditional refurbished laptops
We are currently running at less than 3% (based on 12 month rolling average of remanufactured laptops sold with a minimum of 12-month warranty).
The remanufacturing process directly avoids the depletion of many of the Earth's limited resources that are part of the original manufacture of every new laptop, such as water, precious metals and minerals and the emissions of CO2 greenhouse gases. The process also means e-waste is not increased from the unnecessary disposal of a working laptop.
Through the unique Circular Computing™ remanufacturing process, we re-use 99% of the original materials to remanufacture a laptop and the last 1% goes into recycling, where it is transformed into pallets. Nothing is thrown away and have a collection of more than 180,000 spare parts.
Our process and sustainability efforts are carried through to the end user, who can also declare the carbon-saving efforts in the Scope 3 Emissions report - meaning sustainable IT is a huge step forward for people and planet.
Sustainable IT for your business
Have a look at the different carbon-neutral remanufactured HP, Dell and Lenovo laptop models we offer and see which option would suit your organisation's sustainable IT needs.