Riester Diagnostic Equipment
Riester is a leading manufacturer of diagnostic medical instruments for primary care physicians, hospitals, clinics and home healthcare settings. Founded in 1948, in Jungingen, Germany, this company was acquired by Halma plc in 2007, transforming a family-owned business into a global supplier of medical devices with distribution networks in over 150 countries. Riester's success comes from 70 years of experience in developing innovative products that stay true to the superior quality and precision that is German engineering.
At Riester, we understand the needs and challenges of our customers in their daily medical routines. Our goal worldwide is to help healthcare providers improve the lives of patients. Through innovation, cutting-edge technology, and our commitment to excellence, our portfolio of diagnostic devices is setting standards.
Throughout the manufacturing process, Riester collaborates closely with medical professionals from university hospitals and government research facilities. In doing so, they are able to understand first hand the challenges you face on a daily basis and therefore are able to use this knowledge to create products that solve problems and increase efficiency for more accurate diagnosis and better patient outcomes.
With many diagnostic equipment suppliers on the market to choose from, Riester products stand out as they offer many improvements over competitor models. Let's take a look at a few examples.
Riester products go through a number of thorough quality tests before leaving the factory. Riester sets in-house standards higher than those required by guidelines. For example, all Riester sphygmomanometers have a maximum error tolerance of just +/- 2 mmHg, opposed to the international standard of +/- 3 mmHg. Only the highest grade materials and the latest manufacturing processes are used in the production of each medical instrument or device. Employees receive expert and ongoing training to ensure every product meets the Riester standard. All products are backed by a minimum two-year warranty.