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Philips MRx Defibrillator battery price reduction! Now £204.35!
Posted on 20th May 2020
Philips MRx Defibrillator battery price reduction! Now £204.35!
That's right, Euro Energy have reduced the price of Philips MRx defibrillator batteries! Were £244 now £204.35! These are genuine, Philips original MRx batteries, part number M3538A / 989803129011.
Philips ceased production of the market leading MRx defibrillator in June 2017, though confirmed support of accessories for a further 6 years.
To support owners of the MRx defibrillator, Euro Energy have reduced the price of the MRx battery, Philips part number M3538A / 989803129011 from it’s list price of £244 down to £204.35, but be quick! Limited stock available! Philips recommend changing these batteries at least every 2 years (depending on use), so buying spare batteries now will allow you to continue use the MRx beyond the point that accessories are no longer supported.
For further information or to place your order, contact our friendly & knowledgeable Customer Service team on 0116 2340567 or email
What's better than a 90% Supplier Rating? A 100% Supplier Rating!
Posted on 6th May 2020

What’s better than a 90% rating?  A 100% Rating!

In 2019 one of our Customers, a major defence contractor, awarded Euro Energy a 90.9% rating for on-time, defect free manufacturing for the previous year and we were pretty pleased…imagine then being awarded a 100% rating for our 2019 performance – making Euro Energy the preferred supplier!
What this meant:-
  • Every component of every battery pack was defect free
  • Every battery pack assembled was defect free
  • Every delivery made was on time and in full
See what we received below:-
'Thank you for your continued support of our business, you are integral part of our supply chain and we rely upon you to achieve our business objectives of not just meeting but delighting our customers’ expectations. 
As a result, we would like to share with you your supply performance in the last year:
Last Year
Prior Year
OTD performance
SCARS reported
Rating system
A – Preferred supplier providing OTD consistency above 97%
B – Supplier providing OTD consistency above 90%
C - Supplier providing OTD consistency under 90%'
Here at Euro Energy we embrace continuous improvement and hold BS EN ISO 9001: 2015 accreditation for the building of batteries and battery packs. Quality is built in to all of our products and begins with ensuring that our suppliers place a similar value on Quality and Quality Assurance.
Is your battery or battery pack Supplier able to demonstrate similar Supplier performance? If not, why not give us a call to discuss your portable power requirements – you’ll be glad you did!
For further information or to discuss the manufacture of batteries & battery packs contact our friendly & knowledgeable Customer Service team on 0116 2340567 or email
MHRA Grants off-label use for Anaesthesia machines with built in ventilation as stand alone ventilators
Posted on 9th April 2020

Anaesthesia machines with ventilators – MDA granting off-label use for sole use of ventilator granted 8/4/20

On Thursday the 8th of April, a Medical Device Alert (MDA) was issued that allowed the ventilation only use of anaesthesia machines that had ventilator functionality for the duration of COVID-19 outbreak.

Using any equipment outside of it’s intended use is considered ‘off-label, however during the COVID-19 outbreak, all anaesthesia machines with ventilators used in the treatment of critical illness, outside its intended use is considered off-label, but may be essential due to ventilator availability.

The use of an anaesthesia machine as a (long-term) ventilator in a health care setting when it has only received regulatory clearance as an anaesthetic machine is considered as off-label use.

It is the responsibility of the clinicians/end user to make the decision to use a device off label, but the MHRA recognises it is essential in these times.

Subject to following the guidelines below, off label use of these anaesthetic machines will increase the number of ventilators available to our NHS in the fight against COVID-19:-

  • Carry out an appropriate risk assessment and document the reason for off-label use.
  • Healthcare professionals using these machines off-label must be trained and familiar with the unique performance characteristics of the device, including the device interface and alarm systems.
  • Follow the instructions for use (IFU), and the additional off-label use information from the manufacturer. This may include more regular maintenance, testing or calibration.
  • Monitor carbon dioxide levels in the breathing system. If levels are rising, replace the soda lime according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This is because most anaesthesia machines have a carbon dioxide absorber which needs to be regularly replaced or replenished whereas ICU ventilators do not.
  • Regularly check for condensate build-up, which may affect functionality. This is because most ICU ventilators include advanced condensate management, anaesthesia machines do not.
  • When suctioning, monitor for drops in pressure, which can exacerbate atelectasis. This is because ICU ventilators have autocompensation when inline suction is used, anaesthesia machines do not.
  • Ensure appropriate infection control is undertaken using local and national guidelines.
  • Report suspected or actual adverse events involving these devices through your local incident reporting system and/or your national incident reporting authority as appropriate: EnglandScotlandNorthern IrelandWales. You should also report directly to manufacturers if your local or national systems do not.

Some manufacturers have now issued statements on this issue:

Check relevant manufacturers’ websites for their statements.

This alert is intended to remain in effect only for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Full MDA can be read here Anaesthetic machines: off-label use during the COVID-19 pandemic (MDA/2020/012)

Euro Energy – Ready to build compatible medical batteries for older equipment
Posted on 9th April 2020

Euro Energy – Ready to build compatible medical batteries for older equipment

As our Hospitals face the enormous challenge of beating COVID-19, a lot of equipment that had previously gone ‘End of Life’ is either being brought back into service or having it’s service life extended in order to provide potentially life saving care for patients infected with the coronavirus. Older equipment that had been withdrawn from use such as ventilators, patient monitors, pulse oximeters, suction machines & syringe pumps are being cleaned down & serviced ready for patient use.

New field Hospitals -known as Nightingales - are being set up across the UK, the first one in London, with Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Harrogate, Glasgow, Cardiff and Belfast all to be ready for first patients very soon. These will all need equipping with ventilators, pulse oximeters, suction machines,syringe pumps and patient monitors, some will be new and manufactured by the well known medical manufacturers, but other engineering companies have also entered this market place with Dyson, the well known vacuum manufacturer & McLaren the British motor racing team developing and building ventilators, whilst JCB - better known for it's mechanical diggers - has lent it's expertise in metal fabrication to create cases for new equipment. 

New equipment will no doubt come with new batteries, but as older equipment is brought back into service the batteries are very often unavailable from the Original Manufacturer – so where can compatible medical batteries be purchased from?

Euro Energy has prioritised our NHS customers during this COVID1-19 outbreak, meaning that our stock of the various component cells (Lead Acid, Nickel Cadmium, NiCD, Nickel Metal Hydride, NiMH and Lithium Ion, Li-Ion) are all solely for use in compatible medical batteries. This also means that our entire production team are only building medical batteries, which in turn means that batteries built by Euro Energy (typically our part numbers that begin EE, CSA, CSB or are a 6 digit number) can now be turned around from receipt of order to despatch in just a couple of days – allowing our NHS Customers to have their essential life saving equipment ‘patient ready’ quickly. We’ve already seen an increase in orders for older, legacy batteries – some we’ve not built for 5 years!

For nearly 40 years Euro Energy has been designing and building compatible batteries and compatible battery packs for use in medical equipment and we’re proud to offer the widest range of Original Manufacturer medical batteries, compatible medical batteries and Original Manufacturer Equipment accessories (ECG cables, SpO2sensors, defib pads, NiBP cuffs etc) – many of which are immediately available from stock. For further information or to enquire about building a medical battery that is no longer available, please contact our friendly and knowledgeable Customer Service team on 0116 2340567 or email

Euro Energy renew JOSCAR accreditation for 2020/21
Posted on 6th April 2020

Euro Energy renew JOSCAR accreditation for 2020/21

Despite the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Euro Energy continues ‘business as usual’.

In preparation for when current restrictions are lifted, Euro Energy has recently renewed JOSCAR accreditation for another year.

As a cross-sector collaborative compliance solution by HELLIOS, JOSCAR reduces the time, cost, resources and duplication often needed to provide information to major customers - particularly in the Defence sector. Holding common supplier data in a central system allows the information to be accessed by all participating buying organisations quickly and in a simple format.

The service is subscribed to by Babcock, Qinetiq, SelexTextron, BAE Systemsand many more, and contains the data of more than 6000 members of their supply chains.

JOSCAR covers such areas of compliance as Business Continuity, Counterfeit Products/Material, Environmental & Sustainability, Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Health & Safety, Import/Export, Insurances & Third Party Certifications, IT Security, Labour Standards & Human Rights, Modern Slavery, Product Safety & Supply Chain Quality.

To read more about JOSCAR & HELLIOS, click here

As a leading supplier of custom batteries and battery packs, Euro Energy see accreditation as an absolute necessity to allow further business growth in some of our core markets - such as the defence sector. Being accredited enables new and old customers to access relevant information, and, for new customers to speed up the pre-qualification process making us easier to work with.

If you are looking for custom battery power for new mobile devices, or have a spares requirement for batteries of any chemistry, whether Ni-MH, Li-Ion, LiFePO4, VRLA or even Ni-Cd, please contact our Technical team. You’ll be surprised to find that somewhere in your organisation you are likely to be working with us already!

For further information contact our Technical Team on 0116 2340567 or email

Euro Energy continue to support our NHS
Posted on 2nd April 2020

Euro Energy continue to support our NHS

The UK and world’s COVID-19 crisis continues to deepen and increasing pressure is being felt by our NHS. Frontline services, Consultants, doctors, nurses & paramedics are all critical to beating this novel coronavirus - but also important are the support services that ensure wards, beds and equipment are clean and fully functional. Vital life saving and preserving equipment such as ventilators, monitors, pulse oximeters, suction machines, syringe pumps and defibrillators (defibs) need to be patient ready as soon as called upon, meaning EBME teams are working flat out providing a vital service in the fight against Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus that causes COVID-19. Equipment needs to be cleaned and sterilised between patients, serviced to ensure it’s functioning correctly and very often, exhausted medical batteries will need replacing – and fast!

Euro Energy are still shipping Original Manufacturer Medical batteries, Compatible Medical batteries, lead acid batteries and Original Manufacturer Medical Equipment accessories (ECG cables, SpO2 sensors, defib pads etc) daily to help support the efforts of our NHS – the picture below shows packages waiting to out, all marked up to show that they contain Medical Supplies.

For more information on our range of Original Manufacturer Medical batteries, Compatible Medical batteries, lead acid batteries and Original Manufacturer Medical Equipment accessories, our stock levels and delivery schedules, please contact our friendly and knowledgeable Customer Service team on 0116 2340567 or email

COVID-19 - Euro Energy Business as Usual
Posted on 20th March 2020

We would like to inform our valued customers that it’s business as usual here at Euro Energy. Through these tough times we would like to reassure our customers that our efficient and friendly team will continue to do our utmost to deliver excellent customer service and timely delivery of orders placed with us.

We understand that the NHS is under a huge amount of strain through the Covid-19 pandemic and the need for original manufacturer & compatible batteries and original manufacturer accessories is only increasing. Our significant stock holding will help us to mitigate any supply chain issues, though up to now, we have received very few communications advising of delays to incoming shipments and our supply has not yet been severely impacted.

We are continuing to supply original manufacturer batteries and compatible batteries for a large range of medical equipment including ventilators, defibs, monitor’s, suction & syringe pumps, pulse oximeters, ophthalmoscopes and hoist batteries plus associated equipment accessories such as SPO2 sensors, ECG & Defib leads, NIBP cuffs & electrodes, trunk leads and battery chargers.

In house, we are taking the government advised precautions to protect our workforce, introducing home working where possible, hand sanitising stations and distancing measures.

We will update the blog section on our website with any news.

From all the team at Euro Energy, please stay safe in these difficult times.

For further information or to discuss our range of Original Manufacturer & Compatible Medical batteries, general purpose lead acid batteries, consumer cells and Original Manufacturer Medical Equipment Accessories (ECG cables, SpO2 sensors, NiBP cuffs and defib pads) please call our firendly and knowledgeable Customer Service team on 0116 2340567 or email

Replacement Respirator Batteries from Euro Energy
Posted on 17th March 2020

Respirators and Breathing Apparatus

As the COVID-19 crisis deepens, some hospitals are introducing respirators such as the 3M Versaflow for use by key members of staff. By providing respiratory protection, such key staff members can continue to perform their duties whilst being protected against the SARS-CoV-2 virus that is responsible for the COVID-19 outbreak.

Respiratory protection is offered by creating positive air flow through a filtration system that delivers cleaned air into a helmet worn by the user. Air flow is powered by a battery pack, typically worn on the user’s belt and, depending on make and model, may be delivered at variable flow rates. Protection levels depend on the filter being used and can include particulates (dust and airborne microorganisms) as well as hazardous fumes, vapours and gases.

To enquire about replacement respirator batteries and battery packs, contact our friendly & knowledgeable Customer Service team on 0116 2340567 or email


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