Enjoy unmatched confidence in owning your ecoline system – with our rigorous 5-step Quality Process, 1-year warranty, and guarantee of spare part availability for a minimum of 5 years.
A pre-owned Siemens system does not automatically become ecoline - it has to earn it.
Every ecoline system therefore undergoes our 5-step Quality Process via the original manufacturer.
As an ecoline owner, you can delight in value and performance comparable to a new system.
The only thing better than a pre-owned Siemens system?
A Siemens ecoline system.
To ensure safety and effectiveness, the ecoline systems have to undergo a 5-step Quality Process of refurbishment. This process was the basis for the COCIR's1) "Good Refurbishment Practices".
Our 5-step Quality Process fulfills the NEMA/MITA standard2)3) for refurbishment as well as the ISO 13485 standard ‘Quality Management System for Medical Devices’. Siemens Healthcare’s Quality Management System is certified by TUEV4) in regard to the requirements of ISO 13485.
In addition, the requirements of ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 are met, as certified by SGS (Société Générale de Surveillance).
Be proud of being an ecoline owner
Take delight in unrivaled peace of mind.
Put through its paces
Only the best pre-owned systems qualify for the ecoline family. To fulfill the high requirements, every pre-owned system is first carefully selected.
Once selected as an ecoline candidate, the pre-owned system is carefully de-installed and delivered safely back to Siemens to become part of the ecoline family.
Qualified as ecoline
Refurbishment for us involves more than simply replacing worn parts. It also means reliable lifetime extension and value enhancement delivered with the passion of the original manufacturer.
Prepared to perform
An ecoline system stands for quality and performance for its owner. Its lifecycle starts at its new home under expert supervision.
ecoline systems have an unbroken pedigree and are proud of their origins. Warranty as for a new system goes without saying - this delivers uncompromised peace of mind.
COCIR: European Coordination Committee of the Radiological, Electromedical, and Healthcare IT Industry
NEMA/MITA 1-2015 Good Refurbishment Practices for Medical Imaging Equipment
MITA: Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance – a Division of NEMA: National Electrical Manufacturers Association
TUEV: Technischer Ueberwachungsverein (Technical Inspectorate)