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LTE Scientific has been named as one of the successful companies to be placed on the recently announced NHS Framework Agreement for ‘Maintenance of Washing and Sterilisation Equipment'.

LTE's Service Centre can now be employed by NHS Trusts directly through the Framework rather than having to time-consuming tender procedures or OJEU notices.

LTE Service Centre specializes in the service, repair, calibration and validation of steam sterilizers and washer-disinfectors to HTM2010 and HTM2030.

With a Nationwide team of engineers, all qualified as Test Persons or to UKAS, LTE can undertake all required service and testing work on contracts of any size, from single units to Trust-wide agreements.

More details of the Framework can be obtained by contacting either LTE Service Centre or NHS Supply Chain.

In addition to providing Service facilities, LTE Scientific manufactures a large range of steam sterilizers for medical and laboratory applications along with a large range of ovens, incubators, solution warming cabinets and other laboratory equipment.

For futher information please visit our website www.lte-scientific.co.uk


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