O.R. Solutions technicians and engineering team have years of experience with all manufacturers’ models of power equipment and can provide power equipment repair services at a fraction of the cost when compared to similar services provided by the OEM or the cost of replacement.

We repair power tools from all the major manufacturers: Medtronic, MicroAire, Stryker, Conmed, Dyonics, Hall, Linvatec, Smith & Nephew, 3M, Aesculap, Anspach, Synthes, and rebuild and remanufacture Large Bone, Small bone, Pistol Grip, Pencil Grip, Electric, Pneumatic and Battery Operated tools.

If you run your power equipment without having all the internal components serviced every year you’ll need to buy a new tool. Dramatically reduce your repair and capital equipment costs by having your power tools serviced every 6 months, and as a result reduce down times and surgeon frustration, too.

O.R. Solutions service technicians mark all power tool sets with the month and year of service so that six months later it can be sent in, checked for wear, and all internal components cleaned and lubricated.

When we service your equipment we provide a loaner set for your facility while yours is being serviced for no additional cost, except for freight.

O.R. Solutions performs the following preventative maintenance:

  1. Entirely disassemble piece*
  2. Discard worn clips, snap rings, fasteners and seals
  3. Submerge, soak and clean in solvent all internal components
  4. Wash all components in soap and water
  5. Dry and buff, refurbish on multi grade satin wheels as needed, glass blast all remaining corrosion and rust
  6. Submerge components in 200 degree, high frequency sonic cleaner with ionizing solution for minimum of 20 minutes
  7. Rinse and air blow dry and re-lubricate all components and bearings with appropriate medical grade high temp mineral oils, silicone and lithium based greases
  8. Replace fasteners and seals, re-assemble hand piece
  9. Refurbish stainless steel exteriors with either glass bead blasting, polishing medium or abrasive anodized metal cleaners
  10. Run instrument or accessory in used environment… this means drilling, sawing or function testing in the intended use of the instrument

During this entire process all components are checked for wear and possible tolerance compromises.

Digital temperature readings, amperage draws, RPM’s and power frequencies are monitored before, during and after tests to detect possible heat generation and to record all approved specifications.

Final step:  Autoclave, cool and re-test instrument

* Not always done by competitors