Replacing Defibrillator Pads and Batteries:
The most common cause of a defibrillator failing is usually because of a flat or expired battery. Defibrillator batteries are not rechargeable and once these batteries expire, they must be replaced. All Defibrillators will require a battery and Pad replacement every 2-5 years (check your defibrillator for it’s expiry date).
As part of our five star customer service, FAAE offers an 8 year warranty and after sales service on all of our defibrillators. Once you purchase a defibrillator from us, our team will set you up in our system and will send a reminder email letting you know of pad and battery expiration date for your device.
The 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games – medical team, rated our defibrillators, delivery and service 5 STARS.
Our 100% Australian defibrillator experts are also happy to talk you through the defibrillator pad and battery replacement procedure and help you to do a system check to ensure your defibrillator is ready to operate in an emergency situation.
*First Aid Accident & Emergency takes no responsibility for any lapse in battery or pad expiry dates or invalid contact details. It is the responsibility of the owner of the defibrillator to ensure it is correctly maintained as per the manufacturers instructions.