Buy Used Lab Equipment for Your Laboratory Needs

One of the biggest expenses associated with starting a healthcare practice or hospital is purchasing lab equipment. Different types of equipment may be needed for various lab applications. You may have to invest a lot of money to buy new equipment to meet your requirements. Buying used lab equipment for your laboratory needs is a preferable option.

Recertified Medical Equipment – A Popular Alternative to New

‘Used’ devices are those which have been used earlier and refurbished before they are sold. The equipment is recertified to meet original manufacturer’s specifications. The product is analyzed by trained personnel to ensure that it functions properly. Defective parts are replaced. Once refurbished, it functions like new and offers accurate results in quick turnaround time. The equipment is offered for sale at a price that is much lower than new, so a buyer gets a really good deal.

Used lab apparatus that is widely in demand are: blood gas analyzers, chemistry analyzers, centrifuges, electrolyte analyzers, analyzers, immunology, coagulation analyzers, centrifuges, and more.

Benefits of Purchasing Used Laboratory Equipment

Purchasing pre-owned equipment offers many advantages

Reduced Cost – Used instruments are a perfect alternative for professionals with a tight budget. The reduced cost of pre-owned lab products allows you to save on precious start up cash, which you can spend on other essentials.

Get Quality, Branded Products at Competitive Rates – You get the opportunity to purchase quality products at affordable rates. Always make sure to purchase the products manufactured by leading industry names. Reliable dealers sell only branded medical lab equipment manufactured by reputed companies.

Easily Available – Used devices are readily available. There are several online stores that offer a wide variety of used laboratory equipment.

Durability and Efficiency – You can buy devices that are user friendly, durable, and efficient.

Before buying recertified medical equipment, you need to confirm the condition and quality of the medical equipment.

Buy From a Reputable Source

You can minimize the risks of purchasing recertified equipment with purchase from a reputable source. Contracting with a reliable lab equipment dealer is the safest bet, since they can vouch for the condition of the device and may have been responsible for its reconditioning.

A reliable vendor also ensures the highest quality service, and offers warranties and prompt technical support. You would benefit from

Yearly maintenance contract
On-site maintenance and repair
Prompt service
Extended warranty coverage
Quick and safe product delivery

The right dealer will be able to provide you with a wide array of used lab equipment for your laboratory needs.

What to Look for When Buying Recertified Centrifuges

Buying brand new centrifuge can be an expensive proposition for small and medium sized laboratories as well as those with budget constraints. Luckily, leading lab equipment suppliers offer recertified lab devices which allow laboratories to purchase the equipment they need at a cost much lower than new. However, knowing what to look for when purchasing recertified centrifuges is important to ensure efficiency in lab operations and value for money.

Sale of Recertified Lab Equipment

Laboratories put up their used lab centrifuges for sale when they want to purchase more advanced models or when minor defects are noticed. Established lab equipment suppliers purchase such devices and put them through a refurbishment process before offering them for sale. The comprehensive refurbishment process would involve a thorough inspection of the centrifuge and the repair and replacement of faulty parts. Care is taken to ensure that it is refurbished to meet original manufacturer specifications. The device is then offered for sale with a recertified label. The advantage is that the device would work as well as a new device while costing much less.

Purchase of Recertified Centrifuges

Consider the following points when you buy a recertified centrifuge:

Choose a good brand: It is advisable to go in for a branded model. This will ensure operational efficiency as well as safety in lab operations. Check out recertified models of centrifuges from top manufacturers such as Beckman, Clay Adams, IEC, Shandon and Sorvall at a leading lab equipment store and choose the one that best meets your needs.

Look for extended warranty: When purchasing recertified equipment, make sure it comes with an extended warranty. For instance, a reliable supplier would offer the recertified model of the Beckman Airfuge with a 90-day parts warranty.

Check for service contracts: Partner with a lab equipment supplier that offers service contracts for the products they offer. There could be minor challenges when using new or recertified lab equipment. With service contracts, you can ensure minimal downtime and enhance the durability of the device.

Availability of reagents, controls, and consumables: Ensure that the supplier offers the necessary reagents, controls and consumables for the model you want to purchase.

Buy From a Reliable Supplier

Finding a reliable supplier of recertified centrifuges is the key to ensuring maximum return on investment. A reliable lab equipment supplier would offer recertified devices at competitive prices. You would also be able to choose get the flexibility to choose from a wide inventory of branded devices after comparing their benefits and technical specifications at an established online store. You can also be sure of timely delivery and proper after-sales service with the right supplier.

Block Scientific is a leading laboratory equipment in New York, which has an extensive range of recertified centrifuges. We offer a complete range of laboratory recertified centrifuges for use in healthcare settings

Cisco Certification: Building Your Home Lab, Part II

In the first part of this home lab tutorial, CCNA and CCNP candidates can see that there are a LOT of choices when it comes to what to buy to build your own Cisco practice lab.

Having been there myself, I know it’s confusing to decide how many routers or switches to buy, and what I need at the minimum to run labs and get some great hands-on practice. Let’s take a look at some lab configurations and some other lab equipment you may need.

A starter practice lab will consist of two Cisco routers and one switch, hopefully a 2950. This is a good way to get started. You will need to make sure that the routers you purchase have Ethernet ports, and at least one serial port. If possible, get routers with BRI ports, so even if you’re not configuring ISDN now, you’ll be able to in the future. (You will need one additional device to make ISDN work in your lab, and we’ll talk about that later in this article.)

You can practice setting IP addresses and testing IP connectivity over the Ethernet interfaces, and you can configure a point-to-point connection between the two serial interfaces. (You must know how to do that before you think of taking the CCNA exams!) Depending on the switch, you can also get some practice putting the Ethernet ports in different VLANs and working with the switch IOS.

This setup does have some limitations. You can’t practice trunking or Etherchannels with one switch, and you can’t set up a Frame Relay cloud with this configuration. It’s a good start, but you should consider getting a few more routers, including one to serve as your Frame Relay switch.

What’s a Frame Relay switch? Good question.

The Frame Relay Switch

As you know from your studies, Cisco routers are DTEs by default. The Frame Relay cloud is made up of DCEs.

In a lab environment, you need a device to serve as the Frame Relay cloud. This device will have DCE interfaces, and will actually be performing frame relay switching. But this isn’t a switch in our lab – it’s a Cisco router.

There are plenty of Cisco routers that make great frame relay switches. Get one of those and a couple of DCE/DTE cables, and you can configure the router as a frame relay switch and have your own working frame relay cloud in your lab!

The Cisco router you choose as your frame relay switch should have at least four serial ports, and if you can get more, great. It’s always good to have spare ports.

If you get four Cisco routers, with one as your frame relay switch, you can set up a frame relay cloud and practice your hub-and-spoke frame configurations. Even better, as my labs do in my CCNA Study Guide, you can set up a frame relay cloud and a point-to-point Serial connection. This will help you get real hands-on practice with such features as EIGRP variance.

With that four-router configuration and one switch, you can get some great hands-on experience with many CCNA features that many candidates just read about. If you can add a second 2950 switch, you can practice different spanning-tree configurations, such as changing the root bridge of a given VLAN, working with VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP), and configuring your own Etherchannel! (You will need some crossover cables to connect your two switches.)

Let’s take a look at one more important piece of lab equipment: the ISDN simulator.
You can’t just take a straight-through cable and connect your BRI interfaces directly. You need a device called an ISDN simulator to act as the phone company in your home network. The newer simulators let you set your own phone numbers and SPIDs; most older ones have a preset phone number and SPID that you must use. Either way, you get truly valuable experience getting hands-on work with ISDN, especially watching PAP and CHAP debugs and understanding the authentication process.

ISDN simulators can set you back a few bucks. I recommend you visit http://www.ebay.com and search for ISDN simulator. There are generally 20 – 30 used ones on there at any given time. Be careful to purchase one with at least a 30-day guarantee. They are robust devices for the most part, as there is one in my home lab that I’ve had for three years (when they were really expensive!), and it’s never given me a bit of trouble.

There are many online vendors that will sell you a new one, but obviously the price is going to be higher. One company I’ve had good experiences with is http://www.vconsole.com. Make sure to shop around, as there are plenty of ISDN simulator manufacturers out there on the web. Vconsole is the only one I’ve purchased a new unit from, and the 10-port simulator I use in my classes has worked beautifully.

There is another piece of lab equipment that isn’t necessary for your lab, but you’ll find life is a lot easier with it. And just as the frame relay switch is really a router, so is this device: the access server.

Access servers are devices with an asynchronous port that an octal cable can connect to. What you do is connect your blue console cable (officially referred to as a -rollover cable-) to the console port of your access server. You then take an octal cable, and connect one end of the cable to your Async port. The other end of the cable, as you’d expect from the name, consists of eight smaller RJ-45 connectors. Each one of those goes into the console port of one of your other lab devices, and you configure the access server to allow one-key access to each of the other devices in your practice lab.

The configuration of the access server is a simple one, and I’ll have an example of configuring your access server and frame relay switch up later today.

Not everyone can start with a lab this size, so be careful when you buy your first routers. Make sure that they’re not just giving you good practice now, but that they allow for future growth of your lab. As you add a frame relay switch, an ISDN simulator, and an access server, you’ll get the hands-on experience you need to be successful on the job, acquire the self-confidence and troubleshooting skills needed in the testing room and on the job, and to solve any simulator question on your CCNA and CCNP exams with ease.

Passing The CCNA and CCNP: Home Lab Shopping On Ebay

Whether you’re just getting ideas for your Cisco home lab or adding to your existing lab, eBay is a great place to get ideas for your lab as well as pick up some great bargains.

Of course, the internet being what it is, there are always going to be a few people looking to take your money while shipping you inferior merchandise, or worse, no merchandise at all. While these “dealers” are in the minority, you still need to be careful when purchasing Cisco equipment on ebay. In this article, I’ll give you several tips on browsing eBay ads for home lab ideas, and a few things to look out for when purchasing equipment on ebay.

For those of you just starting your Cisco certification pursuit, the idea of purchasing a home lab kit — a set of routers, switches, and perhaps some cables and study guides — seems like a good idea. Instead of putting your lab together one piece at a time, these kits allow you to get a head start on your studies.

One thing to watch out for in these kits is outdated equipment, or the inclusion of outdated study guides. Often, vendors will use these kits as a way to get rid of unwanted inventory.

The Cisco 1900 family of switches falls into this category. A recent search on eBay for “ccna lab” showed seven different CCNA lab kits that contained 1900 switches. The problem here is that the current CCNA exams do not test on the 1900 switches, which are menu-driven and do not have an IOS. You’ll need to be well-versed with switches that do have an IOS, such as the 2950s.

The plus side here is that you will probably save money by using 1900 switches. If you’re on a tight budget, having a 1900 switch is better than no switch at all. If at all possible, though, get a Cisco switch with an IOS.

The cables and transceivers included with these kits are generally exactly what you need to set up that particular kit, and this can be very helpful to those CCNA candidates who are new to the various cables needed to physically configure a home lab. Just make sure you’re not buying a kit with 10 transceivers (used on AUI ports) when you’ve only got two routers with Ethernet ports.

Watch out for kits that include outdated study guides. I’ve seen four-year-old CCNA books included with some kits. If you already have your study guides, feel free to ask the vendor how much the kit costs without the books.

That leads me to the most important point. Get to know the vendor before buying anything. Visit their website and check their eBay feedback. If buying from an individual as opposed to a reseller, find out what conditions the router or switch has been kept in, and make sure to define the terms under which they will accept returns. There’s nothing wrong with buying equipment from someone who’s selling their CCNA/CCNP/CCIE home lab, but just make sure you ask the right questions first. Professional resellers generally have their return policy right in their eBay ad; if they don’t, ask for a copy.

Building your own CCNA and/or CCNP home lab is a little intimidating at first, but speaking as someone who has climbed the Cisco certification ladder from the CCNA to the CCIE, I can tell you that it is the best investment you can make in your career. Use a little caution, ask the right question, and soon you’ll be leaving the world of “router simulators” behind – and you’ll be developing your skills as a true professional should: On real Cisco routers and switches!

Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933, is the owner of The Bryant Advantage, home of over 100 free certification exam tutorials, including Cisco CCNA certification test prep articles. His exclusive Cisco CCNA study guide and Cisco CCNA training is also available!

Visit his blog and sign up for Cisco Certification Central, a daily newsletter packed with CCNA, Network+, Security+, A+, and CCNP certification exam practice questions! A free 7-part course, “How To Pass The CCNA”, is also available, and you can attend an in-person or online CCNA boot camp with The Bryant Advantage!

Cisco CCNA / CCNP Home Lab Tutorial: Planning Ahead For IE Study

Candidates preparing to pass the CCNP exams are putting together Cisco home labs like never before. With CCNA and CCNP home lab equipment more affordable than ever, candidates have realized the importance of working on real Cisco routers and switches on the way to earning their certifications.

One question I get often from CCNP candidates is goes something like this: “I’m planning on pursuing the CCIE after I get my CCNP. What kind of routers and switches should I buy now in order to use the same equipment in my CCIE home lab?”

This is going to sound strange coming from me, because I’m the #1 proponent of CCNA and CCNP candidates buying their own home labs. When it comes to the CCIE, though, I have to say that you’re probably better off using rack rentals instead of investing big money now to buy more expensive equipment with which to earn your CCNP.

There are plenty of 2500 and 2600 routers out there that you can buy to prepare fully for your CCNA and CCNP exams that may not have the capability needed for IE preparation. (For instance, while 2500 routers are fantastic for CCNA and NP study, they shouldn’t be used for IE study.) The issue with buying more expensive equipment is that Cisco rightfully updates the CCIE lab equipment list twice a year, and these moves can prove very costly for those who get caught in the middle of these changes.

Let me give you an example that I lived through myself. When I began pursuing the CCIE, Catalyst switches were in use in the lab. I had a Cat 5000 that I used for practice. When I was in the middle of my preparation, Cisco introduced L3 switched to the lab in the form of TWO 3550 switches. Not only was the Cat now almost useless for IE study, the new switches went for about $5500 apiece, so if I wanted to keep up with the new lab changes, it was going to cost me $11,000.

Again, I know that it’s vitally important for today’s CCNA and CCNP candidates to get hands-on experience with home labs. It’s also great to think ahead when you’re earning your CCNP, and pursuing the CCIE is one of the best decisions you’ll ever make. Just keep this regular CCIE lab update in mind. I recommend that you keep your CCNP budget down while not investing in more expensive routers with the IE in mind, and wait until you have passed the CCNP and are actively engaged in CCIE study before making the decision between rack rentals and putting together your own IE lab.

Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933, is the owner of The Bryant Advantage, home of over 100 free certification exam tutorials, including Cisco CCNA certification test prep articles. His exclusive Cisco CCNA study guide and Cisco CCNA training is also available!

Visit his blog and sign up for Cisco Certification Central, a daily newsletter packed with CCNA, Network+, Security+, A+, and CCNP certification exam practice questions! A free 7-part course, “How To Pass The CCNA”, is also available, and you can attend an in-person or online CCNA boot camp with The Bryant Advantage!

Types of Lab Coats Worn by Laboratory Staff

Lab coats are more than just uniforms; they play an important function in the laboratory. Their purpose is to protect your skin and clothes from chemical or biological spills. They come in a variety of styles and lengths. Laboratory staff generally wear the longer, knee length lab coats that have long sleeves to protect the arms.

Some have elastic at the sleeve ends to help prevent the sleeve from being caught on equipment while you are working. They are usually button or snap closed. Shorter coats may have zippers. Lab coats are designed to be rapidly removed in case of a spill.

Their styles vary when it comes to pockets although most versions have two large patch pockets and a small breast pocket. The pockets may be designed to hold pens upright so they can be easily accessed.

Although uniform scrubs come in a variety of colors and prints today, they have traditionally been white and most of them still are, although they can sometimes be seen in other colors like blue and green.

The lab coats that laboratory staff wear are normally made from cotton and polyester so they are comfortable and lightweight. They can be treated to be flame and chemical resistant.

Although there are various types for laboratory staff to wear today, they all have the same purpose and that is to protect you. It should always be worn when working with hazardous materials like biological samples or chemical solutions. The sleeves should be rolled down and when gloves are worn, the lab coat sleeves should be tucked into the tops of the gloves.

While they protect you from contamination, they are considered to be contaminated themselves and should not be worn out of the lab. For example, when leaving the lab for lunch or to go home for the day, your coat should remain inside the lab. Your facility may provide your lab coats and launder them as well. You may have to buy your own and launder it at home, if you do, wash it separately from your regular laundry.

If your lab requires that you buy your own coat, you will find they are very affordable. You can buy a basic unisex lab coat for under $20. Fashionable lab coats and coats specially treated to repeal chemicals may cost more.

The employer may dictate the exact type of coat worn by laboratory staff. There are a few basic types like long or knee length, short or hip length, jacket style, gowns like surgical gowns, one size fits all, and fitted lab coats.

There are also various types of coats according to material used to make them. Polyester makes the lab coat resistant to liquid spills; cotton makes them cool and comfortable. If you work in a biohazard lab, you may wear a disposable coat that is made from polypropylene. Some have carbon fibers added which increases their ability to repel fluids. Chemical resistant coats are made from cotton twill and treated with ammonia or made from fire retardant material like Nomex from DuPont.

The type of lab coat you choose will depend on the type of lab you work in. You need a higher level of protection if you work with infectious materials or dangerous chemicals.

Buy Branded Laboratory Equipment at Discounted Rates

You can buy branded laboratory equipments at genuine discounted rates online. Branded manufacturers offer a wide variety of medical laboratory equipments used for various research procedures that include measurements, experiments or for simple data gathering. These laboratory equipments ensure superior performance for longer period of time without any complaints as they are available with manufacturer’s guarantee. Also big branded lab instruments incorporate the latest technological features that help in better and faster performance

The biggest advantage of branded lab equipment is that their accessories, spare parts and consumables are easily available. Further more, the big advantage of buying branded medical lab equipments is that some companies offer post-sales services to make sure faultless functioning of their products. Therefore one should buy such branded equipments that are available at discounted rates online and also offers assured and satisfactory services.

In order to keep your laboratory expenditure within limits and yet get the best quality lab equipments, buying branded lab equipments at discounted rates is the best option wherein at low price you can get reliable products like centrifuges, chemistry analyzers, colposcopes, microscope sonicators, spectrophotometers and lab mixers. As compared to local stores, online shopping offers best discounted deals on branded medical laboratory equipments wherein you can get every kind of equipment displayed on one screen and in few clicks you can easily compare and buy top quality lab equipments.

Virtually, online stores provide huge discounts and offers on lab equipments of various brands that actually allow buyers to access variety of products and choose the best equipment according to their requirement. The online shopping stores not only have vast collection of best brands but also provide latest technologically advanced gadgets. This saves ample amount of time, energy and money as online stores present discounts on best brands all throughout the year and provides true value for the money you have invested to buy branded medical laboratory equipments. You need not go to local shops searching for right product, price and technology.

Before buying any medical equipment, it is best to access and have right information regarding specifications, descriptions and features about any product. Your privacy is fully assured online as the online stores process payments through secured transactional gateways. Moreover, online stores generally provide free shipping of the lab equipments in any part of the world.

You can get best discounts to buy branded medical laboratory equipments though online stores or online marketplaces. Online medical stores assures top discounts on best brands and convenience of selecting the right kind of medical lab equipment according to your requirement along with secured online payments and comfort of free door-step delivery.

Eraymedical offers online Online medical supplies and equipments like Physiotherapy Equipment, BP Monitors, Medical Diagnostics, Respiratory Therapy Supplies, Microscopes, Stethoscopes, Laboratory Equipment and many more for consumers, physicians and healthcare professionals at the lowest possible cost.

Five Things to Look For When Buying a Lab-Grown Diamond

Lab-grown diamonds are a beautiful alternative to mined diamonds. Not only are they every bit as brilliant, they are also eco-friendly and conflict-free. That means that you are not paying for something that funds wars or causes human suffering. Being able to wear your lab diamond with peace of mind is of utmost importance to you. You want to make sure that you’re getting the most out of your money.

With that in mind, there are some things you should look for before buying one of these synthetic beauties. Knowing what makes a lab diamond and a mined diamond similar can help you determine whether or not the stone that you are considering is worth the money that you spent on it.

The more you familiarize yourself with lab-grown diamonds, the easier this will become. You’ll know what qualities to look for. This will allow you to enjoy your ring, necklace, pendant or bracelet for years to come. One of the reasons why this is possible is because many synthetic diamond companies offer lifetime guarantees.

Here are five things you should look for when buying a lab-grown diamond:

Is it guaranteed conflict-free? Only lab diamonds are guaranteed conflict-free. Naturally mined diamonds come from ravaged parts of Africa. Land and natural resources are destroyed in the process leaving local people without clean drinking water and a means to support themselves financially. These so-called blood diamonds help fund wars and violate human rights.

Is its outer hardness similar to a natural diamond? A natural diamond has a surface hardness of 10. A good synthetic usually measures at least 9.5. Both should be able to cut glass.

What is its index of refraction? Both types of diamonds should have an index of refraction of 2.42. This makes it hard to differentiate between the two. This measurement allows you to know how much light will be refracted by the diamond.

How is it cut? Lab diamonds are cut by hand. Mined diamonds are cut based on cost. This is one of the reasons why synthetic diamonds are so ideal. A lot of time and effort gets put into making them perfect for the customer.

How is it polished? As a last step, both lab-grown diamonds and natural diamonds should be polished with diamond powder. This helps them look amazing and authentic.

Lab-grown diamonds are the obvious choice for individuals looking for an ethical, sustainable stone. One of their biggest selling points is that they can be placed in almost every type of setting. It doesn’t matter if it’s sterling silver, 24 karat gold or white gold, they look amazing in everything.

When determining which lab diamond company to go with, take a few minutes to answer the questions listed above. This will help you make the best decision as to whom you should buy yours from.

What You Should Know When Buying Medical Laboratory Equipment

A well-equipped lab with all the necessary medical instruments and devices would ensure efficiency, accuracy and promptness in laboratory procedures. To source the right kind of products, you need to be discerning when buying medical laboratory equipment for your healthcare facility.

Buying Medical Laboratory Equipment – Things to Consider

Features and specifications – Before buying medical equipment, do some thorough research about the product. Go to dealer or manufacturer websites and other reliable sources to study the features, specifications and other related facts about the product you intend to purchase. Make sure that the product you choose meets your laboratory’s specific research requirements.

Quality – The market is flooded with various brands of lab equipment. It is important that you buy the right model and good brand. Accuracy, efficient functioning and durability are important features to consider when you invest in expensive medical lab devices. So make sure you buy a quality device from a leading manufacturer. Go for products from reliable names such as Roche Diagnostics, Beckman, Clay Adams and Unico.

If you are looking at recertified equipment, your ideal option is to buy from a well known dealer that specializes in selling such devices. Reliable dealers will ensure that the used equipment they buy is put through a well-organized refurbishment process so that it functions like new. Stringent quality control will ensure that these products are revamped in a way that they meet original manufacturer specifications.

Budget – Consider your budget when you invest in expensive lab equipment. If you have budget limitations, buying recertified equipment is an ideal option as they are available at prices much lower than new, but work efficiently.

Accessories – Many of the dealers provide parts and accessories along with the products they sell. If you are buying chemistry lab equipment, make sure that spare parts are available as also reagents, controls and consumables.

Warranty – To ensure lasting performance, check out whether the medical equipment you purchase comes with proper warranty. When it comes to used products, check whether they have parts warranty.

Shipping and return policy – It is advisable to go through the shipment terms and conditions, return policy, charges and other related details to avoid complications that could arise during transport. If you notice that the product is damaged on delivery, notify the dealer immediately.

Post-purchase service – When you choose a supplier, consider post-sales support offered. A reliable dealer would offer in-house service and repair, customized on-site annual service contracts, Preventive Maintenance (PM) service contracts, and ongoing personal support services.

There are numerous medical equipment suppliers in the US. When buying medical laboratory equipment, find a one-stop-shop that can offer you all need at reasonable prices.

Buy Pre-Owned Laboratory Equipment to Meet Your Lab Application Needs

Different types of laboratory equipment are required to meet fast growing medical and research needs. Buying pre-owned laboratory equipment can help meet your lab application needs at an affordable cost. The risk of purchasing recertified lab equipment can be minimized by choosing to partner with a reputed equipment supplier.

Benefits of Buying Pre-owned Laboratory Equipment

Purchasing pre-owned products is, of course, a cost-effective option. Purchasing the devices from an established laboratory equipment supplier adds more value and benefits. The many advantages of buying recertified medical equipment are:

• Quality and accuracy: Used equipment is refurbished and refurbished through a proper re-certification process to ensure the quality and accuracy levels remain the same as the new one. Reliable equipment suppliers will have expert technicians who confirm the proper working of machine parts and perform quality checks.

• Cost: Recertified medical lab equipment is available at much lower cost than that of the brand new one, though the services that both types offer are same.

• Wide list of products: Similar to new product varieties, different brands and models of pre-owned products are available. Most reliable suppliers provide recertified equipment such as centrifuges, flow cytometers, histology equipment, chemistry analyzers, immunoassay analyzers, DNA analyzers, gamma counters, blood gas analyzers, point of care analyzers, luminometers, coagulation analyzers, and so on.

• User-friendly and durable: Renowned suppliers of lab equipment offer efficient, user-friendly pre-owned products. Recertified lab equipment also ensures durability.

• Advanced technology products: With recertified equipment, you can enjoy the advantage of advanced technology at an affordable rate.

• Easy accessibility: Online stores provide an easy option for anyone to purchase equipment online at a competitive price, without much effort. Reliable dealers have online stores with a wide variety of products and safe shipping options.

• Product warranty: Equipment for medical facilities should be chosen with care. Established lab equipment suppliers offer warranty for the used products they sell.

• Quick turnaround time: Reconditioned lab equipment can provide accurate results in quick turnaround time. Trustworthy dealers whose technicians rework on the old equipment also make sure that the reconditioned pieces provide on-time results too.

Skilled, factory-trained technicians refurbish used lab equipment. The technicians undertake the refurbishment process to make sure that the product meets the original manufacture specifications. The right medical laboratory equipment supplier will provide you with excellent customer service such as

• After sales service

• Annual maintenance contract

• In-house service

• Service visits

Locating a reliable supplier can help you to purchase superior quality devices and benefit from reliable services at affordable rates. Buying pre-owned medical equipment is therefore an appropriate solution to meet your lab application needs.