Full cosmetic refurbishing

  1. Inspect & clean card cage & PCBs
  2. Inspect & clean fans, grills & filters
  3. Inspect & clean power supplies
  4. Inspect & clean user controller & panels
  5. Inspect & clean accessories, footswitches, peripherals, cords, etc.
  6. Inspect & clean casters and brake assemblies
  7. Prep & paint using only OEM matched color, finish & texture.

Professionally packaged & shipped

  1. Properly box transducers, operators manual and accessories
  2. Wrap ultrasound machine with anti-static bubble and shrink wrap
  3. Clearly label with destination & warning/warranty labels
  4. Include detailed inventory packing list


  1. Record system software & hardware levels
  2. Record options & configuration
  3. Validate that software, options, configuration, transducers & peripherals are consistent with customer requests and final contract.

CVS reconditioning process

A rigorous and well documented process insures quality at OEM standards

CVS has built its reputation on its process of reconditioning used ultrasound machines. Our techs have over 25 years of field experience servicing all makes and models of used ultrasound machines. Our documentation process creates perfect transparency, allowing you to know where each part and system has been, and what has been done to bring it up to spec. We are so confident in our reconditioning process we offer optional service contracts on every system we ship.

Diagnostics & functional reconditioning

  1. Validate system passes all manufacturer diagnostics
  2. Validate power supplies operate within manufacturer tolerance
  3. Validate system video is aligned and calibrated
  4. Rule out excessive monitor phosphor burn
  5. Validate proper operation of trackball assembly
  6. Repair or replace PCBs, controllers, power supplies or monitor
  7. Repair or replace peripherals including details like VCR audio channels and mic
  8. Final QA inspection performed by registered Sonographer

QA documentation

  1. Affix bar-code serial/part numbers where none exist
  2. Bar code scan all parts and peripherals by serial/part number
  3. Print an inventory of all parts and peripherals for buyers
  4. Print a history of the inspection and repair process for buyers
  5. Create a CD with the transducer inspection record from DICOM PACS network