Cleaning Your MRI Facility is Different

Cleaning your MRI facility is different from any other cleaning in the hospital. No other area combines the special requirements to work in a high magnetic field with the risks of high voltage electrical current, cryogenic fluid and loss of oxygen and the general risk of pathogens and sharps. 

Cleaning an MRI facility It requires specialized training, supplies and equipment, which can be expensive to maintain. Unsupervised cleaning can be dangerous and degrade imaging quality. The hidden costs of routine MRI cleaning can be enormous.

Choosing ButlerMRI can improve facility conditions and the customer and staff experience, improve imaging quality and ensure safety, all while reducing facility costs.

ButlerMRI Can Save You Money

The cost of our services is more than offset by the direct and hidden costs eliminated by choosing ButlerMRI. These costs include the costs of specialized labor and supervision, initial and continuing training and certification costs, supplies, materials and specialized equipment costs,  lost revenue from MRI down time costs and lost revenues from avoidable re-imaging requirements.  The risk, and enormous potential cost,  of catastrophic damages and injuries is eliminated. 

Additional ButlerMRI Benefits

More Imaging Time

Your imaging time is critical to patient service and to revenues. ButlerMRI schedules cleaning services around your hours of operation, and understands cleaning may need to wait when  an unexpected patient needs attention.

Avoid Moisture Damage

“Routine” cleaning can accelerate MRI and shielded floor failures. The ButlerMRI Method minimizes and carefully controls use of water and liquids, while employing detailed hand cleaning to achieve superior results.

Control Dust and Static

Dust contributes to poor imaging quality, equipment damage, increased static discharge and spread of infection. ButlerMRI uses proprietary tools, supplies and equipment to reduce dust and control static in the MRI facility.

This is more than appearances. Re-imaging requirements can be reduced by effective cleaning.