East Chicago, IN (2000) In every medical office, in cities large and small, doctors across the country depend on their specialized examination lights to check their patients. This small, but essential item enables doctors to make the proper diagnosis. So when the bulb goes out, it is critical they find a replacement right away. Where can they turn for help? Topbulb.com.
In addition to examination lights, Topbulb.com carries an extensive line of light bulbs for doctors, dentists, ophthalmologists, veterinarians and laboratories. Examination bulbs, fiber optic bulbs, bulbs for keratometers, otoscopes, endoscopes, largnyscopes, ophthalmoscopes and microscopes are just a few of the many types of bulbs that Topbulb.com has ready to ship the same day.
“Especially in the medical field, it is vital that equipment is up and running at all times and that replacement parts are quickly available,” says Phil Bonello, President and Chief Executive Officer of Topbulb.com. “Recently for example, we received a call from the CDC in desperate need of microscope bulbs for a serious outbreak they were investigating. Our customer service representative quickly located them and had them delivered the next day.”
Topbulb.com is committed to carrying the products that allow these important health facilities to continue running without interruption.
With over 70 years of experience and a huge inventory, Topbulb.com is one of the largest multi-channel distributors of hard-to-find replacement light bulbs for the medical, educational, commercial, photographic, emergency vehicle and consumer markets. In addition to servicing lighting needs, Topbulb.com provides a fast and convenient way for business-to-business customers and consumers to find the right product for their application.
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