Have Used Medical Imaging Equipment & Systems or Used Radiology Equipment or other Medical Systems and Equipment to sell now or in the near future? Let Block Imaging help you understand what price you might expect to receive, what is involved logistically and the best timing schedule. Check out ``Tips to Maximize the Value of Equipment You Wish to Sell``(listed below)
Once we have your information, a fast response can be expected. Generally, you will have some valuation ideas within 2 business days max! Take advantage of our experience and knowledge of world markets. Block Imaging sells all over this vast world, which means your used Medical Imaging systems and used Medical Imaging Equipment or used Radiology Equipment or other medical systems will be ``seen`` by potential buyers from every corner of the globe.
We believe there are buyers for most any system, including used Medical Imaging Equipment or used Radiology Equipment even if just for parts. In those cases where a medical system is just too old or too tired, we will assist you in removal and disposal and will quote fair and reasonable prices to remove and haul away. Don`t sell out of habit. Let Block Imaging provide you a quote today!
Tips for Maximizing the Value of Equipment You Wish to Sell
Fax or Email us the Original Manufacturer`s Quotation you received when you initially purchased the used medical imaging system or used radiology equipment or other system; include the same for any Upgrades received along the way
In the absence of the Original Manufacturer`s Quote provide the most detail that can be acquired; ask the OEM you purchased it from for a copy of your system detail (used medical imaging system or used radiology equipment or other system), or ask the Service person; every feature and every hardware or software component is important.
Always provide key ``usage`` information such as slice counts, gantry rotations, scan seconds, dates for replacement of key items such as x-ray tubes, image intensifiers, cold heads, shock tubes, compressors and so on.
Digital photos are a real bonus and not only provide potential buyers with the ``look`` of the system, but verify components, software media, patient accessories, manuals and overall condition. Always remember to include a Close Up Photo of the Manufacturer`s ``tag,`` usually found near the power source and includes, year of manufacture, model name, number, serial number and so on. This is key information and will help avoid costly and embarrassing mistakes or confusion.
If your system is currently being serviced by the OEM or a large Third Party service company, always request a letter on their letterhead that states the following: ``The (year of mfg, mfg, model and serial number of your medical system) currently located at (the name and address o f your facility), (Site ID if possible) has been under continuous service contract since its original installation in xx/xx. The system has received regular PM visits and is currently operating at or beyond OEM standards for performance and image quality. Further, if the system were to be reinstalled by us, it would be fully acceptable for coverage under a continuing service contract.``
Receiving such a letter will provide a prospective Buyer for your system (used medical imaging equipment & systems or used radiology equipment or other medical systems) with the confidence that the unit has been properly cared for, is functioning at OEM standard now and would be ``pre-approved`` for service coverage at its next location. This is a huge advantage and makes your system imminently more saleable and valuable!
If possible, provide us with the name or names of in-house personnel who are familiar with the system and who would be willing to answer questions that may come up. The name and phone number for the Service person who currently services your system is a huge advantage and will allow us to develop a complete and accurate database and history for your radiology system.
As you can see, the more we can learn about your system(used medical imaging system or used radiology equipment or other system) going in and the more access we have to ``answers`` when questions come up, and including those digital photos, all go to providing you, the Seller, with the best return for your used system.