Stretcher Refurbishing Process

  • Run serial number with OEM for necessary upgrades, recalls, and revisions
  • Disassemble and disinfect all components
  • Polish, replate, repaint, or replace all exterior components
  • Install rebuild kits in all hydraulic jacks
  • Inspect all working components for wear and replace defective parts as necessary
  • Soak, degrease, clean and lubricate wheel and caster assembly
  • Replace foot pedals if necessary
  • Sand, prime and paint frame to meet new specifications
  • Restore stretcher base and lift system to original mechanical specifications
  • Recalibrate brake and steer system
  • Reassemble refurbished components
  • Inspect and lubricate all pivot points
  • Inspect and lubricate instant CPR cables and latch release (if applicable)
  • Inspect and lubricate siderail latches
  • Apply new decals and safety information
  • Stage test weight tolerances and table movement through all available articulations

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Southwest Medical's stretcher refurbishing process transforms used units into a like-new condition at a fraction of the cost of buying new. All refurbished products are backed by a 1 year warranty.

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