Instrument Calibration & Maintenance System

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Instrument Calibration & Maintenance System

Instrument Calibration & Maintenance System

Matrix Gemini Instrument Calibration & Maintenance System (ICMS) module simplify calibration and maintenance history of every piece of equipment within the laboratory. This module can be linked into the work allocation part of Matrix Gemini to prevent the allocation of work to an un-calibrated instrument or one that has not been maintained correctly. ICMS allows unlimited information identifications such as instrument manufacturer, supplier, location, asset number and other details.

Instrument parts/components

Instrument/equipment record screens include enough fields to accommodate, for example, code, description, class, serial number, property number, manufacturer, model number, supplier, current location, manual location, responsible user, telephone number of user, warranty information and support contract price (with tracking of renewal dates). Component level tracking e.g. for HPLC system, is also possible.

Lists of spares and consumables with current part numbers, suppliers and costs can be added and linked to the appropriate instrument/equipment record as needed.

Instrument parts/components
Calibration & Maintenance Events

Calibration & Maintenance Events

The scheduling of routine maintenance/inspection intervals may be managed according to manufacturer’s recommendations. The recording of all faults, breakdowns and non-routine occurrences can also be accommodated. Each record shows time, date, user, description of the problem and the department where equipment was in use (the latter point is particularly relevant to portable or ‘signed-out’ items).

Comments can be entered for each maintenance event. Maintenance costs to cover contracts and nonscheduled events, including the cost of spares (and maybe consumables), may be entered to allow the tracking of running costs for each instrument.

2020-05-18T17:22:04+07:00May 18th, 2020|

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