Field Service Engineering

Field Service Engineer | Resources

A field service engineer is a professional who provides on-site engineering services. Field service engineers are responsible for the installation, repair, and maintenance of equipment and machinery. They work in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, and aerospace. provides valuable resources to self-employed field service engineers who may find it difficult to get hold of technical manuals to support their field service activities.Original service manuals are important because they provide the most accurate information about a device or instrument, enabling the field service engineer to troubleshoot problems and effect reliable repairs.

Medical Equipment | Service Manuals

Technical manuals for medical equipment

If you need a medical instrument service manual, chances are we have it. We stock a wide variety of surgical instrument technical service manuals, as well as medical equipment service manuals. We also have a wide selection of technical manuals for medical equipment. Whether you’re looking for an instruction manual for your medical equipment, or a service manual for your surgical instruments, we have what you need.

Histology equipment

Histology is the study of the microstructure of biological tissues. It generally involves the use of microscopes and staining techniques to study the structure of cells and tissues.

Common histology equipment includes:

    • Tissue Processors
    • Embedding stations
    • Microtomes
    • Slide stainers
    • Cover slippers
    • Slide scanners
    • Histology software

The following are common laboratory supplies used in histology:

  • Pipettes
  • Test tubes
  • Petri dishes
  • Centrifuges
  • Incubators
  • pH meters
  • Laboratory glassware
  • Safety equipment
  • Histology software
  • Tissue culture supplies
  • Embedding materials
  • Slides and coverslips

Photocopiers & Printers | Service Manuals

The history of the photocopier is long and complicated. The first photocopiers were developed in the late 1800s, but it was not until the mid-1900s that they became widely used. The first commercial photocopier was introduced in 1950, and the technology has since evolved rapidly. Today, photocopiers are used in a wide variety of settings, from offices to schools to homes. The photocopier and printer can be traced back to the early days of photography. The first photocopier was developed by John Logie Baird, who also invented the television. The first commercially successful photocopier was invented by Chester Carlson in 1937. He called his invention the “electrophotography” process, and it was later called the xerography process.

Xerox Corporation was founded in 1906, and it introduced the first xerographic copier in 1959. The company’s name was later changed to Xerox Corporation.

The first laser printer was developed by Xerox Corporation in 1969. The first commercial laser printer was introduced by IBM in 1974.

Since those early days the lines have become blurred between the printer and photocopier since the advent of the MFD (multi functional device), which now performs photocopying, printing AND scanning within one device. The size and cost of an MFD depends on specifications such as speed, type (mono or colour), and technology employed (whether laser, inkjet, solid ink, thermal, dot matrix etc).

The service manuals available on this site cover manufacturers such as Canon, Sharp, Ricoh, Kyocera, Lexmark and HP