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There are a few things you can do to ensure your Heine ophthalmic equipment is capable to handle your rising number of patients and high usage.
Love your HEINE tool and it will love you back. The pieces included in your tool are extremely sensitive, and can have extremely delicate components. Ensure that each time you use the tool; you are just using it in the advised manner, with the right steps and protocol for operation, otherwise you will quickly find yourself in the need for a Heine ophthalmoscope repair.
Put instruments back in their allotted areas, rather than leaving them lying on desks or in pockets.
Care for optical surfaces. These surfaces can contain the prisms, mirrors, beam splitters, lenses, windows, and glass plates on many pieces of ophthalmic tool, which have generally had extensive preparations. The surfaces are very polished to stop any irregularities or warping, and some pieces are then coated to make sure that the surface is optimally prepared for use.
Heine Ophthalmoscope cleaning of general equipment components
Movable parts should be kept clean of oil with an engine oil or micro oil, and lubricated with white silicone grease or singer machine oil. It is vital to follow producers advises and recommendations for the care of each piece and part.
Fuses: These are used to keep power currents from being overloaded, so it is vital to ensure that you use right amperage for each piece of equipment. This means no swapping out quick-blow and slow-blow fuses, and never bypassing the fuses. You should forever keep extra fuses with the right amperage near each piece of tool.
Cords: Never pull the cords from the power source by wire itself, so that can destroy the cords. Ensure to regularly check cords for corrosion, if any corrosion is found, file or scrape it from the cord contact points.
Bulbs: Ensure to keep your voltages at the lowest possible setting. Where there is a surge you danger the burst of power blowing out the bulbs. Try to keep these settings as low as easy, when the piece are in use. If you have the lamps on, mainly in pieces like microscopes, do not move the tool, as even slight action can break or crack the bulb filament.
Power sources: There are many different power sources you may find yourself using regularly. If you are using a wall socket, ensure that your tool has the same voltage, otherwise seek out a right transformer. Use surge protector for computerized tool, and consider a voltage stabilizer when right.
If everything else fails and you come across a HEINE ophthalmoscope repair, Ophthalmon is the only company you need to contact. The level of professionalism shown, as well as understanding that your time is precious, makes us the best available partner for ophthalmoscope repairs.