PARI has its headquarters in Upper Bavaria in Germany, and branches worldwide
To be able to offer you even better service, we work with our partners around the world, where you can buy our devices or use the technical service.
The inhalation of medications is currently the standard of care for chronic respiratory diseases. So that you and your patients can benefit from inhalation therapy that is efficient and perfectly hygienic in the long-term, we recommend that you pay special attention to several points with respect to the hygienic preparation of nebulisers.
As a producer of lithium ion batteries, under the Waste Batteries & Accumulators Regulations 2009 PARI Medical Ltd are obliged to take back any waste batteries supplied to an end user, for treatment and recycling. If any of our customers require us to take back batteries, they should contact us on 01932 341122 to advise they will be sending batteries to us. We will arrange for the proper treatment and recycling of the waste batteries.
We comply with the Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013 (WEEE Registration No. WEE/HK0060TU). As such, when PARI Medical Ltd supplies a new nebuliser machine directly to an end user, we are obliged to ‘take back’ a waste nebuliser machine for treatment and environmentally sound disposal. The equipment must be (a) of an equivalent type to and (b) fulfilling the same function as the supplied equipment. If you are an end user customer and require us to take back a machine, please contact us on 01932 341122. We can then agree the necessary arrangements for the proper treatment and environmentally sound disposal of the waste electrical device(s).
After 200 operating hours or at least once a year. You should check the filter for contamination regularly and replace it sooner if necessary. The instructions for use contain a detailed description of this procedure.
Yes, compressing air makes it hot so all nebuliser compressors will generate a certain amount of heat during normal use.
The currently applicable standard DIN EN 60601-1 Part 1 for medical electrical equipment defines requirements regarding maximum permissible temperatures for electrically powered medical products. The corresponding tests on our devices were conducted by an external, accredited test laboratory.
All of our compressors meet the specifications of the standard cited above.
For a nebuliser with a nozzle (i.e. non-mesh nebuliser) this may be due to any of the following:
Please call us on 01932 341122 and arrange to return it to us at the following address:
Attn: Service Department
PARI Medical Ltd
Unit 8 Oyster Park
109 Chertsey Road
Surrey KT14 7AX
Any questions? You can reach our service center at this number: