Endoscopy Repair

picture 3Your equipment is in good hands. Our technicians are trained by manufacturers to provide expert repair services for each piece of equipment they work on. We are able to service endoscopy equipment owned by government medical facilities with the authorizations we hold.

Endoscopy Care Solution can repair and service almost all makes and models of both flexible and rigid endoscopes. Our expert technicians follow strict guidelines to restore equipment to the manufacturer’s original operating specifications. With their expertise and knowledge, our technicians can even repair equipment that other companies were unable to. Our organization is dedicated to excellent customer service by focusing on affordable pricing, quality, and fast turnaround.

We understand that finding a trustworthy company for your endoscopic repairs and servicing is essential for your hospital or medical practice. Endoscopy Care Solution committed to providing a 100% guarantee for customer satisfaction with all of our repairs and services. Each repair for flexible and rigid equipment comes with a minimum 120-day warranty. All of our flexible and rigid repairs meet OEM standards, and all minor repairs can be done within 24-48 hours.

 

 

120-Day Warranty

We are so confident in the quality of our materials, parts, and workmanship that we fully guarantee our services. Our 120-day warranty covers each individual flexible and rigid endoscope repairs.

 Quick Turnaround

At Endoscopy Care Solution, we know that your equipment is vital to the success of your business. We won’t make you wait weeks for your repairs—in fact; we can repair most scopes within 24-48 hours. We can inspect, diagnose, and quote your repair needs quickly and reduce repair times by always keeping our parts in stock.

Dedication to our clients

As a hospital or medical practice, maintaining your reputation of high standards is essential. We know it’s important for you to work with a medical equipment repair company who is committed to your 100% satisfaction. We use the latest technology for our instrument and equipment repair services to provide the best the industry has to offer for:

  • Flexible & Rigid Endoscopes
  • Surgical Instruments
  • Hand Pieces
  • Fiber-Optic Cables, and much more…

 

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Flexible Identifying Problems

Aeration

This is a process where low heat, ventilation, and moisture ridding techniques are utilized to aid in the removal of internal fluid.

 AGC

AGC, stands for Automatic Gain Control which increases and decreases the video signal level automatically based on the average light level of the viewed object. The camera control unit utilizes AGC.

Air Channel

This channel carries the flow of air through the endoscope to the surgical sight. The air channel runs from the water bottle connection on the light guide connector up to the air/water cylinder

On the control body. The air/water valve operates within the air/water cylinder. When the hole

On the air/water valve is covered, the airflow is directed down the air channel and out of the nozzle at the distal tip.

If there is a reduced amount of air or water flow or if there is a leak detected the air / water channel may need repair or replacement. While leak testing the scope under water, if there is a leak in the channels it identify itself in the form of bubbles. The location where these bubbles are being emitted from will indicate which portion of the channel is leaking.

If one of the channels are clogged or kinked it can be identified by first checking the air and water flow at the cylinders. If the air or water is weak or nonexistent at the cylinders then the problem is between the universal plug to the cylinders. If at the cylinders you have strong air and water, but at the nozzle it’s weak then the problem is between the cylinder and the distal tip. Channels can be kinked as a result of excessive bending. Clogged channels are the result of debris and or crystallization of disinfectant solution.

Air/Water (A/W) Cylinder

Located on the front of the control body, the air/water cylinder is the stainless steel cylinder that houses the air/water valve.

Complete Guide

 

Rigid endoscopes

Level One Basic Repair

≈ Open and conduct a full inspection of the endoscope.
≈ Clean and inspect optical system.
≈ Replace up 1-2 rod lens.
≈ Realignment of shaft, Polish and Removal of Dent.
≈ Focus and Check Clarity, FOV, and Image size.
≈ Reseal and conduct a QC inspection
(Autoclave if applicable)

 1 – 3 Days turnaround time.

Level Two Advance Repair

≈ Open and conduct a full inspection of the endoscope.
≈ Clean and inspect optical system.
≈ Replace Objective System.
≈ Replace up 1-4 rod lens.
≈ Rebuild ocular system (when applicable).
≈ Realignment of shaft, Polish and Removal of Dent.
≈ Focus and Check Clarity, FOV, and Image size.
≈ Reseal and conduct a QC inspection
(Autoclave if applicable).

 1 – 4 Days turnaround time.

Level Three Complete Rebuild

≈ Open and conduct a full inspection of the endoscope.
≈ Clean and inspect optical system.
≈ Replace Objective System.
Distal end window if applicable.

≈ Replace up 1-4 rod lens.
≈ Rebuild ocular system (when applicable).
≈ Replacement of shaft and Light Fibers.
≈ Rebuild or replace light post.
≈ Focus and Check Clarity, FOV, and Image size.
≈ Reseal and conduct a QC inspection
(Autoclave if applicable).

 5 – 7 Days turnaround time.

We stand behind our workmanship 150%

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