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 Lipin/Dietz Associates, Inc.

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Lipin/Dietz Associates, Inc. - An Authorized Distributor

What is an Authorized Distributor?

Manufacturers rely on regional servicing distributors to sell and service their products based upon product knowledge, service capability and technical qualifications. To ensure adequate service during the warranty period and to provide appropriate product upgrades, these distributors commit to providing the customer with on-site service after the sale is made.  Authorized distributors are provided with software keys, diagnostic tools and service bulletins that are intended to maximize an instrument's useful life. In addition, manufacturers want to be sure that the distributor maintains the proper licensing, documentation, physical resources and certifications necessary to comply with state and federal laws that may be required to sell and maintain medical devices.


Why is it important to buy from an Authorized Distributor?

  • Availability of factory parts and service
  • Maintain manufacturer's warranty
  • Provide on-site instruction on use and maintenance
  • Insure appropriate installation
  • Arrange for manufacturer recalls and product upgrades
  • Maximize instrument's useful life

Why is it important to have your medical instrument calibrated or serviced by an Authorized Distributor?


Manufacturers require authorized distributors to maintain adequate and appropriate resources to support their products.  These resources include adequately  trained personnel, verified instrument calibration, loaner instruments and adequate financial resources to support required inventories. Failure to have your medical instruments calibrated by an authorized distributor may void factory warranties, violate state and federal laws, and present significant exposure in the event of litigation.



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