Have a question regarding out medical equipment repair services? See some FAQs listed below. If your question is not answered below, feel free to get in touch with us directly. We’re more than happy to help and answer any questions you may have!

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to our most frequently asked questions.

Ensuring equipment is not overstressed beyond its capabilities such as weight limits helps the equipment function as intended. Maintaining cleanliness also helps to keep unwanted substances away, especially ones that may cause mechanisms to stiffen or fail. Any devices with electronics should be switched off when not required to preserve battery life.

Once every six months is typically how often medical equipment should be serviced and reviewed. This ensures that your equipment not only functions as desired, but prevents any risk or harm befalling the user. Our engineers service the whole of Scotland and in some cases the North of England.

If a battery operated piece of equipment no longer operates, then it must be serviced and receive a battery replacement as well as a full maintenance check. Any equipment with wheels that are either stuck or loose must be replaced as soon as possible to prevent injuries caused by wheels falling off or becoming stuck.

Minor and severe injuries can be caused by faulty or outdated medical equipment. Were the wheels to stick or fall off a medical chair or bed, its user could fall off and greatly hurt themselves depending on their fragility. Outdated medical equipment can also be harder to repair and maintain when compared to newer equipment, meaning it may require more than two services per year

Depending on where you’re located, our engineers are more than happy to come out to you for medical equipment repairs and servicing. This will be booked & arranged at a time to suit you. We service equipment across Scotland and some parts of Northern England.

We will do everything we possibly can to ensure you’re medical equipment can be repaired and re-used. Contact us via telephone or email today to discuss your faulty equipment and how it can be repaired. In the unfortunate circumstance that your equipment is beyond repair, we will advise you on replacements we can offer.