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Innovatus Imaging Engineers New Repair Solutions for the Philips X5-1

Innovatus Imaging’s Ultrasound Center of Excellence has recently expanded testing and repair capabilities on the Philips X5-1. Due to the technically advanced design of this probe model, failures usually result in high-cost aftermarket exchanges or replacements through the OEM.

“We’ve invested significant R&D with this model which has resulted in maximum repair rates for our customers”, says Matt Tomory, Vice President of the company’s Ultrasound Center of Excellence.  “Our engineers have designed proprietary test fixtures and new methodologies which allow us to isolate and interrogate the various components of the probe and we are currently able to address ALL repairable components within this model”. Innovatus repairs start at just $500 and are backed by the industry’s longest warranty period.

For customers preferring an exchange model versus repair and return, the company has enhanced its inventory of X5-1’s to provide replacements as well as outright purchases at extremely competitive prices. Innovatus Imaging also offers full repair on over 100 probe models and very significant repair capabilities on over 300 others.

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