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Phoroptor Preventative Maintenance

A minimum of two phoroptors at your location with quantity discounts negotiable.

All travel* included in price.

One phoroptor via UPS shipping only $275.00 (plus parts, if needed). Free shipping.

Loaner available (add $40.00)

Examples

Dirty Click Stop on Sphere Lens Bank

Dirty Click Stop on Sphere Lens Bank

This piece is supposed to rotate freely, but when dirt builds up around it, it will not rotate. This causes it to wear a flat spot and eventually fail causing the sphere dial to lock up, or drag, thus causing an expensive service call / repair. Preventative maintenance on a timely basis will prevent this from happening.

Dirty Sphere Lens Bank

Preventative maintenance on a timely basis will prevent an expensive service call / repair.

Dirty Sphere Lens Bank
Dirty Geneva Gear

Dirty
Geneva Gear

This is a very expensive repair if not properly serviced and maintained.

Dirty Optics

If a phoroptor has not been serviced in 18 months or so, this is the view your patient has looking through the lens. Preventative maintenance on a timely basis will prevent this from happening.

Dirty Optics

Phoroptor Bearing Rest Wear and Tear

Wear occurs when phoroptor is not serviced on a regular basis. A bearing rest in the center area and over a year or two the lube gets dirty and causes wear. Scheduled maintenance on a timely basis will prevent this from happening.

Phoroptor Bearing Rest Wear and Tear

Phoroptor Painting

Make your old A/O phoroptor look like new again! We will disassemble paint to a "like new" black velvet color, remove all old lube from working parts, bearings, etc. Clean optics and reassemble. Your phoroptor will look and operate like new again.

All of this for $595.00, plus parts if needed.

Phoroptor Painting - Before Phoroptor Painting - After

Phoroptor / Refractor Disassembly

For service and cleaning.

Phoroptor / Refractor Disassembly For Service and Cleaning
 

Phoroptor / Refractor Poorly Maintained

Want to know what your phoroptor / refractor might look like inside if you haven't had it serviced in the last two to three years? Lower part of photo is the roller detent for sphere lens bank. It becomes impacted with dirt to the point it no longer rotates as it is designed to do. Instead it drags, creating a flat spot on the roller detent and eventually it will lock up the sphere assembly. Regular service will prevent this.

Phoroptor / Refractor Poorly Maintained
 

Impacted Geneva Gear Assembly

The upper part of this photo shows the Geneva Gear Assembly impacted with dirt. Aain, over time, this will cause the Geneva Gear to fail and lock up both weak and strong sphere lens banks. A very costly repair. Regular service can prevent this.

Impacted Geneva Gear Assembly
 

Your Patient's View Through a Dirty Lens Before Service

What your patient sees through a dirty lens in a phoroptor / refractor that hasn't been serviced in a little over two years.

Your Patient's View Through a Dirty Lens Before Service
 

Your Patient's View After Service

What your patient sees through the same lens after being cleaned.

Your Patient's View After Service
 

* Travel is within 200 mile radius of Indianapolis. Anything beyond that is negotiable based on number of phoroptors or service to be done.

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