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Should You Consider Used DNA Equipment?

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Should You Consider Used DNA Equipment?

There are only a few options for any lab or medical facility to consider when looking for DNA equipment to replace existing devices or to add to a lab. The most common option is to buy new, either from a medical equipment supply company or directly from the manufacturer or their approved dealers.

While less often considered, buying used DNA equipment can be a very good choice. Not all sellers and all options are the same, so it is critical to make sure you understand the reputation of the seller and the quality of the equipment under consideration.

Know the Seller

Occasionally, general online equipment sellers will end up with used DNA equipment in their inventory. These sellers don’t have the expertise or the understanding of this equipment to provide any type of verifiable testing as to the working condition of the equipment.

If they are indicating it is in working order, it most often means it turns on and responds when the controls and features are activated. This does not mean they are always working correctly or that there are any repairs or upgrades provided with the equipment.

By choosing a specialized online medical and laboratory refurbishing company, you have the advantage of knowing the used DNA equipment has been upgraded, repaired to OEM (original equipment manufacturer) specifications and that it has been tested by certified medical equipment technicians.

Know Market Prices, Warranties and Return Options

Buying refurbished DNA equipment is a very good option for any lab or facility. Make sure to check with the refurbishing company to verify the warranty and the return policy. In addition, it is important to know both the price of new equipment with the same features as well as the asking price of the device from other used medical equipment companies.

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