For medical facilities that have only recently purchased a CT scanner, they might wonder how much it would cost to service the new equipment.
The fact is that there are a variety of factors that would affect the service contract pricing. The following shows what factors are considered when service contract quotes are established. It is essential to be aware of where your equipment falls in the criteria to determine its service pricing.
It has been found that the older the unit is, the cheaper it is to service. The parts availability of the system can be found more prominently in the secondary market. There are also more engineers available that would have more experience maintaining and repairing the equipment.
A scanner that is in a more remote area would be quite expensive to service. The service provider would consider the engineer’s costs of rental cars, fuel, travel tickets, lodging, etc. when building their quote. The closer the engineer is, the lower the costs would be for the service provider.
The more coverage a facility wants to get for their equipment, the higher the price would be.
The make and model of the system.
Some systems would be easier to service than others. The easier the system would be to fix, the higher the chance of a lower service price is guaranteed.
In light of the factors mentioned above, this is merely an idea of what can be expected for the different CT service prices. For more details, however, feel free to contact Amber USA.
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