What is our service pool scheme?
It is important that the Humphrey ADE-circle breathing system is serviced annually as soda lime dust significantly affects function if it is allowed to accumulate. The following components require attention:
- The canister red and blue one-way valves
- The exhaust valve on the ADE main body
- The pressure-limiting valve on the ADE main body
- Replacement seals for the canister
The service is a simple process whereby Anaequip sends out the canister red & blue one-way valves, and the exhaust and pressure-limiting valves on the main body of the ADE-circle system. In addition, we include the seal kit for the canister. On receipt by the practice, the existing valves are removed and replaced by the serviced ones. The valves that now require servicing are returned to Anaequip by post. Each year we send out a reminder.
What do we do with the returned valves?
As we are the manufacturers, we check every valve and replace any component that does not come up to a standard of a new valve. We can trace the history of each valve by its serial number. Hence what you get back from the service pool are valves that have been fully checked and are easy to replace on your Humphrey ADE-circle breathing system.
How to register and what happens afterwards?
To register, please fill in the form below. Once you have registered for the service pool scheme, we will contact you to confirm your order and practice details after which we will post the valves and seals to you. If you haven’t already got an ADE spanner set, then we will include this in your first service fee. When you have received the valves, you are required to post your existing exhaust, pressure-limiting and red & blue one-way valves back to Anaequip-Vet UK, 2 Millstream Bank, Worthen, Shrewsbury, SY5 9EY. If we do not receive the valves within a week, then we will charge the full value of anything not returned. In addition, if any valve is damaged such as cracks, dents or cannot be placed back into the service pool for any other reason, a full charge for the valve will be added onto the bill.