Medical Gas System Maintenance and Repair
While Evergreen Medical offers regularly scheduled maintenance to keep your medical gas system(s) running smoothly, at some point your equipment may develop an issue. Our skilled, experienced technicians are great at diagnosing problems and making the necessary repairs or recommending replacement equipment. Because we maintain long-term relationships with all the medical gas manufacturers, we can get parts quickly and at reasonable prices — that we are happy to pass on to you.
We provide parts from the following manufacturers:
Regular medical gas maintenance is critical for numerous reasons. Assuring that your systems are kept in good working order means they are more likely to operate at peak efficiency, resulting in the most effective workflow possible.
Another positive effect of frequent servicing is that equipment should be less prone to sudden failure, which can improve safety for employees and patients. With scheduled medical gas system services, facilities also can keep the cost of these devices at a more manageable level. When trained technicians have an opportunity to inspect equipment often, they can spot signs of trouble before they develop into serious and costly problems.
Repairing leaking outlets means reducing the gas supplier costs, the energy to run pumps, and the wear and tear of these pumps.
Maintenance and Service
Regular service and preventive maintenance helps keep medical gas systems in optimal working condition. Medical air compressors, vacuum inlets, pumps, waste anesthesia gas disposal units, and source gas systems and their components require regular maintenance to operate reliably and safely. Preventive maintenance includes:
- Oil changes
- Filter replacement
- Belt replacement
- Gauge replacement
- Gasket replacement
Medical Gas System Repairs
Problems that require medical gas equipment repair can arise in outlets, alarm wiring, and vacuum systems and pumps. Issues in these components may result in hazardous conditions such as leaks, clogs, inadequate filtration and corrosion, and should be fixed as soon as possible. Repairing outlet leaks can also reduce employee exposure to regulated gases such as Nitrous Oxide and Carbon Dioxide.
In many cases, however, these problems could have been corrected earlier through routine and preventive maintenance. This is why such measures are crucial for achieving the safe operation of your system.
To Fix or Not to Fix?
Do you trust your medical gas testing and repair company to fix only what needs fixing? At Evergreen Medical, we know — and we will tell you — which issues are grandfathered, which deficiencies must be corrected, and which fixes are recommended but not required. When you work with Evergreen, you can rely on us to protect your investment in medical gas equipment as well as your financial assets.