Clinton Industries started with a singular focus — build a better and more affordable treatment table for healthcare providers. Over more than 40 years, Clinton has grown to over 300,000 square feet of manufacturing/distribution space. Whether you're refreshing a single exam room or ordering capital equipment for a large new facility, Clinton has the capacity to serve orders of all sizes. Its commitment to innovation extends to 5 product lines: a full line of Phlebotomy Equipment; Medical Tables & Cabinets; Medical Seating & Accessories; the broadest line of Pediatric Equipment anywhere; and a full line of Physical Therapy Equipment.
Country of Manufacture
Taiwan, Province of China
Item Ships From
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Warranty: Clinton Industries warrants manufactured products to be free of defects in materials, workmanship or design under normal use and service conditions for five years on all mechanical products, all electric equipment and support items, from the date of purchase. This warranty does not include damage resulting from accident, abuse or misuse of the product and expressly excludes normal wearing of parts (including but not limited to vinyl) or defect caused by transportation, accident, fire, flood, alteration, or negligence. Note: Exceeding the recommended weight capacity of any Clinton product with stationary weight or a total combined weight consisting of stationary weight and applied force under normal intended or unintended use voids this and all implied or stated warranties. This warranty applies to products sold after June 2014. For warranty details for items sold before June 2014 please contact Customer Service.
Products must be returned in unused, resalable condition. Please contact Customer Service for a valid return authorization within 30 days of receipt of purchase. A restocking fee of 20% of the purchase price will be deducted from the refund. Customers original shipping charges will not be reimbursed. Customer is responsible for return shipping charges.
How does it reduces the spread of infection in the hospital? Can it reduce the huge burden of cost of antibiotics on the patients?
Theoretically the organized presence of staff exam gloves throughout a facility should reduce the spread of infection within a facility. The exam glove dispensers permit the gloves to be easily organized in various locations for use by personnel during patient interactions. We are unable to comment on the specific burden of patient antibiotic costs.