An initial inspection is performed to determine proper functionality to manufacturer specifications. Any damaged parts and/or missing parts are identified.
Equipment is disassembled for deep cleaning and repairs.
Equipment is thoroughly washed removing any dirt, grime, and tape residue to sanitize, prep for painting and repair.
If necessary, any damaged and/or missing parts are repaired and/or replaced with OEM replacement parts. Moving parts are lubricated or greased.
Equipment is repainted to remove any chips or scratches to ensure a “like new” cosmetically appealing finished product.
Repainted equipment is relabeled with OEM equipment labels.
Equipment is reassembled.
Equipment is tested and undergoes a functional and safety inspection by a biomedical technician to ensure the product is performing to manufacturer specifications.