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Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Time to replace your old faithful nebuliser?

Over the years the manufacture of nebulisers has changed. As components and materials have improved some companies have chosen to produce units that do not require annual servicing. You can see for yourself by clicking on our link http://www.evergreen-nebulizers.co.uk/index.html

In the good old days every nebuliser needed a full service to maintain peak performance but now some manufacturers are offering service free models with a 3 year comprehensive guarantee, taking the view that the service costs saved over the life of the machine more than cover the cost of a brand new unit. You can see whats available on the links below.
This got us thinking. Who has the oldest nebuliser that is still used on a daily basis? We have a customer in Liverpool who has just had to replace a nebuliser that she’s had longer than she can remember so the gentleman in Preston who still relies on a compressor that he bought in 1992 is the oldest we know of. Unless of course you know different? 

2 comments:

  1. We would like to express our warm gratitude to Nigel who is instrumental in giving my Wive a second lease of life. Non of the available Nebulizers in Holland work the way the by Nigel sold Omron MicroAir U22 Nebulizer. Small or big, they do not work as effectively as the above Nebulizer. This Nebulizer gave Ellen the freedom she did not have before and also more quality of live. But there is more, Nigel's service is great and he is also a great international shipper. Thanks again Nigels and this comes right from out hart.

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  2. Thanks for that Peter. Its always great to hear we are doing a good job. Regards Nigel.

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