Medical Equipment Paint Service
Medical Equipment Paint Service, Exam Table Painting
Certain medical devices, such as exam tables, chairs, optical stands, and cabinets, can be given a new coat of paint to restore them to like-new condition or to coordinate with their surroundings.
For example, medical exam table painting involves applying a fresh coat of paint to the surface of examination tables typically used in medical facilities. This process helps maintain the appearance and cleanliness of the tables, and it may also involve ensuring compliance with infection control standards.
We also do refurbishing and touch up for your equipment as well. Contact us for a quote for custom paint
For custom paint, request a quote.
Please note: Pickup and delivery charges apply
Angelus Medical Service Policy:
- We must have a signed credit card authorization form on file prior to start of any service.
- Your credit card is not charged until the service is completed
- If you wish not to pay by credit card, please notify us ahead of time, so it can be noted on your CC authorization form.
Angelus Medical Free Loaner Policy and Agreement
- You must sign the loaner agreement & provide a valid credit card information security deposit.
- You must provide us with a completed and signed credit card authorization form for our records for security deposit. (We must have a completed and signed credit card authorization form if using credit card)
- You are responsible for damages to our loaner, if any.
- Once you are notified of the repair costs, you must contact us within 3 business days with your decision to proceed with repairs or not.
- If you decide to proceed with the repairs, you can keep the loaner while the repairs are being made. You will be contacted once the repairs are completed.
- If you decide not to proceed with the repairs, the repair is considered complete and the loaner must be returned within 3 business days and/or it will be converted to rental and a rental fee will be rendered.
Please note, fees will be applied if the loaners are not returned and/or not we do not hear back from you within 3 business days after completion of the repair.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Why is it important to paint medical exam tables?
A: Painting medical exam tables helps maintain a hygienic and professional appearance, enhancing the overall cleanliness of the medical facility. It can also contribute to infection control efforts by providing a smooth, easily cleanable surface.
Q: What are the steps involved in painting a medical exam table?
A: The process typically includes the following steps:
- Preparing the surface: The table is thoroughly cleaned and any existing paint or coatings are removed to create a smooth and even surface.
- Priming: A primer is applied to promote paint adhesion and create a solid base for the new coat of paint.
- Painting: The chosen paint is applied evenly to the surface, usually with a brush, roller, or spray equipment. Multiple coats may be applied for durability and a uniform finish.
- Drying and curing: After painting, the table is allowed to dry and cure according to the manufacturer's instructions, ensuring the paint sets properly.
Q: What type of paint is suitable for medical exam tables?
A: The paint used should be durable, easy to clean, and resistant to chipping or peeling. It should also comply with any relevant local health and safety regulations. Epoxy-based or antimicrobial paints are often preferred for medical exam tables due to their durability and resistance to stains and bacteria.
Q: Can medical exam tables be painted in different colors?
A: Yes, medical exam tables can be painted in a variety of colors. Healthcare facilities may choose colors that align with their branding or color schemes, as long as they comply with any infection control guidelines or regulations regarding medical equipment.
Q: How often should medical exam tables be repainted?
A: The frequency of repainting depends on factors such as the usage, wear and tear, and specific facility policies. In general, it is recommended to repaint medical exam tables every few years or as needed to keep them in optimal condition.