EMGS takes great pride in our service team and the work we perform. Our highly trained technicians will assess the equipment to ensure they are making the correct diagnosis. This helps ensure ongoing reliability and gets broken equipment running again as quickly as possible.
Medical gas outlets and inlets are some of the most common items that require maintenance within a piped medical gas system. We specialize in servicing all types of outlets regardless of manufacturer. We also offer medical gas outlet repair training schools that will train your facility staff on how to repair the specific outlet styles installed in your facility.
Medical gas alarms are some of the most important components within a medical gas system. When there is an issue with an alarm it must be fixed immediately and without delay. EMGS carries a large stock of parts to ensure that alarm service issues can be resolved in a matter of hours, not days.
Medical gas valves are highly reliable, but over time they will leak. When this happens it is important to partner with the right team that can help minimize, or eliminate any downtime of medical gases being delivered to the patient. EMGS can assist the hospital facility in the planning an execution of a valve replacement or repair that ensures maximum patient safety while minimizing downtime.
Medical gas manifolds are most commonly responsible for delivering anesthesia and support gases, such as nitrous oxide and nitrogen, to hospital facilities. However, at ambulatory surgery centers they may be the primary source for delivering oxygen to patients. Regardless of the application EMGS possesses the expertise and parts needed to quickly diagnose and repair any issues that arise with these systems.
Medical air compressors are one of the most complicated pieces of medical gas equipment within a piped medical gas system. You need to have full confidence that whoever is taking care of this equipment for the facility is qualified and most importantly technically competent to perform the work. All EMGS service technicians go through extensive training to ensure they are ready to meet any challenge posed by the medical air compressor central supply system.
Medical vacuum pumps are vital to ensuring the smooth operation of a health care facility. While they are most commonly associated with procedure areas such as operating rooms, they are widely used in many patient care spaces throughout the health care facility. These systems require ongoing maintenance to ensure they are performing at peak efficiency. If you are having issues within your piped medical vacuum system please give us a call. We can definitely help.