Quality is and has always been our #1 goal at Precision Transducer Services, along with incomparable customer satisfaction and fair pricing provide what we believe makes an unbeatable combination. Because quality of the final product is our primary concern,
PTS repairs only OEM probes .
PTS does not substitute non-authentic or generic arrays and wiring harnesses. Only original transducers or wiring harnesses are used in our repairs.
PTS has performed repairs on many probes that others have quoted as needing replacement with a generic array, these can often be repaired at a substantial savings over replacement costs while retaining the value and performance of a factory probe. Our probes will operate exactly as original with the same durability and integrity as an OEM probe unlike many of the generic replacements on the market.
Precision Transducer Services offers a wide range of repair services for your medical ultrasound probes, from the smallest cosmetic repair, to complete re-termination of wiring harnesses and rebuilding of your probe including crystal repair.
Quality Ultrasound Probe Repairs
PTS Probes Ultrasound Probe Repair James Clark & Ken Clark
Offers complete testing and verification including supporting documentation as to the condition and performance of your probe.
PTS offers scheduled performance testing and analysis so you may be assured that all of your probes meet current industry standards for safety and performance. We understand the repair environment and the need for repairs to be performed quickly and efficiently with minimal returns and rework while keeping costs to a minimum. Let our team of professional technicians guide you through your next repair project.
PTS offers ultrasound probe repair capabilities that include complete machine performance testing.
FirstCall testing, plastics repair and molding with full machine shop capabilities including laser & bonding equipment, which assure you of a quality repair with supporting test data allowing you to verify the quality of your transducers that you have in service, or that the probe you are offering for sale meets the current industry standards for serviceability and safety.