Friday, July 15, 2016

What to Look for in an Endoscope Repair Technician

No matter the size of your medical facility, you likely don’t have the room in your budget to replace endoscopes every time there’s an issue with one, whether you only have a couple on site or several dozen. However, the longer you go without a working tool, the more your practice is disrupted. You need to know whom you can rely on to fix your endoscopes quickly and at an affordable price.

The best endoscope repair technician has years of experience to back up their abilities. Benjamin Biomedical technicians have decades of experience and specialize in repairing multiple brands of endoscopes, including Stryker, Smith & Nephew, Olympus, Dyonics, Karl Storz, and Linvatec. Our staff includes a former design engineer who worked with both Alcon and AMO and provides additional insight. We make sure every piece passes rigorous performance and safety tests before we return it to the owner.

When it comes to turning over your expensive and essential equipment to technicians, every day you go without the tool on hand is another day you have to accept fewer appointments or cancel appointments altogether. With two to three-day turnarounds following the date of approval, we work quickly but skillfully to return your equipment to you so there are only limited interruptions to your service.

Waiting for technicians to be available adds to the amount of time you have to go without the working tool. The best repair companies have enough staff so they can help you as soon as possible.

The Benjamin Biomedical experts are happy to assist you with all your endoscope repair needs. Contact us at the first sign of an issue with your equipment. We can even perform preventative maintenance when your tools see a lot of use.

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