Who’s providing service and repair for your veterinary anesthesia machine?
Back in the day, a lot of vets needed to be handy and technical enough to do their own service when their anesthesia equipment started acting up. Duct tape and equine wrap — how you fixed it didn’t matter as long as it was kept running a little longer.
But these days, most veterinarians growing a successful practice regularly scheduled maintenance on their anesthesia equipment. Having your machines serviced by professionals makes them more reliable and last for years to come. Plus it’s one less thing you have to worry about!
Vetland provides in-house bench repair, on-site field service, replacement parts, and vaporizer service.
Vetland Medical is proud of our reputation for having an outstanding team of in-house factory-trained biomedical engineers. Our technicians are all certified and have over 150 years of combined experience with preventive maintenance, repairs, and more.
Vetland Medical In-House Service and Bench Repair Includes:
- Certified Technicians
- 24×7 Support
- Quick Turnarounds
- Complete Parts Stocking-All Manufacturers
- Service Exchange Rates Available
- Vetland Medical started operations
- Provided on-site field services such as maintenance calibration & repairs of anesthesia systems throughout the Midwest
- Introduced the Landmark line of anesthesia machines
- Introduced the Vetland Drager 19 Vaporizer with “calibrated for life” feature and the industry’s longest warranty of 10 years.
- Opened the Vaporizer Service Center providing cleaning, calibrating, conversions, and repair services.
- Signed our first domestic distributor
- Launched the LAS-4000 Large Animal Anesthesia System
- Launched the industry’s first electronic anesthesia system, the EX3000, focused toward patient safety
- Signed first international distributor
- Received patent on EX3000
- Introduced the Vetland line of critical care patient monitors: the V1407, V1410, and V1412
- Introduced the e2 oxygen concentrator as the only compact unit providing the require 50 psi to drive anesthesia systems
- Launched EcoSorb CO2 Absorbent – Economically and Ecologically the best for CO2 removal