(1) TITMUS Vision Screener with Bag. (1) Damon/IEC Division Micro-Capillary Reader. (2) Welch Ally, Model 74710. (1) HEMOCUE Photometer B-Hemoglobin. (1) Curtin Matheson Scientific, Inc., Equatherm Temp-Blok Module Heater, Model 137-455. (1) Marbel Blood-Cell Calculator. (1) Hynson, Westcott & Dunning, Inc., Card Test Rotator, Model 40. (1) Miles Ames Aliquot Mixer, Model 4651. (1) Clay Adams Laboratory Counter. (1) Stop Watchman.
The sale of this item is subject to TDSHS regulations. ** Texas residents must possess a Medical Device Salvage Broker or Salvage Establishment License as issued by the Texas Department of State Health Services Bureau of Food & Drug Safety in order to purchase this item. Notice To Medical Device Purchasers Outside of Texas: This medical device may require reconditioning. Purchasers acknowledge that they are authorized to perform such reconditioning prior to resale or distribution under laws applicable to the state in which they are located. **.
Asset Numbers not available, however they may be included in the description.
Buyer’s premium is in effect for this item, the rate is 10% of the final bid price.
Tax applies to this item, tax rate is 8.25% of the final price
Selling on behalf of The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas ***All items must be paid in full by Friday, April 19th, 2013, and picked up no later than Monday, April 22nd, 2013. Full payment by credit card or wire transfer to be completed within 3 business days of close of auction. Bids are binding Terms of Sale: A 10% Buyer Premium is in effect for this sale; All items are sold AS IS - WHERE IS AND WITH ALL FAULTS AND DEFECTS THEREIN. This means that whatever condition the property is in when it is bought is the condition of the property when the buyer receives it. Also, wherever the property is located when it is sold is the location where the buyer must pick up the property. There is no guarantee that anything works, we cannot tell you if anything works or answer any technical questions.Failure to inspect property does not relieve bidder of responsibility of payment and removal as stated terms. Most items offered for sale are used and may contain defects not immediately detectable. Text description and quantities may differ, and it is meant to be used as a guide only. Electrical accessories may or may not be included with some items. You are responsible for inspecting the items before bidding. All information provided is believed to be correct but NO warranty as such is either intended or implied. Any typographical errors in the item description does not entitle the bidder to anything more than what is physically in the lot, if you do not come to visually inspect the property, do not expect us to add items that were not intended to be posted. State and local sales/use tax to be applied to all purchases unless a property executed exemption certificate is submitted. For additional questions or bidding instructions contact: Shattuck & Associates Auctioneers, Inc. Please email us at email@example.com.
****Inspections will be held on Thursday, April 4th 2013 and Thursday, April 11th, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. No appointments necessary for inspection.
***All items must be picked up no later than Monday, April 22nd, 2013. Property can only be picked up with a scheduled appointment made no less than 24 hours in advance. APPOINTMENTS FOR PICK UP ARE MANDATORY, NO EXCEPTIONS.
Buyer is responsible for contacting the seller and making arrangements to pick-up their property. Do not arrive without a previously arranged appointment. Buyer without appointments will be turned away.
Removal is by appointment only. Appointments for pick-up will normally be scheduled Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and 1 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. To make an appointment for property pick-up call Reyna at (210) 458-6282 or Angel at (210) 458-6273.
Property must be picked up from the seller no later than the date stated above. FAILURE TO PICK-UP WITHIN THIS TIMEFRAME WILL RESULT IN FORFEITURE OF PROPERTY.
Buyer is responsible for all dismantling, packing, rigging, crating, loading: hauling at own risk and expense. NEITHER UTSA OR THE AUCTIONEERS FURNISH PERSONNEL OR EQUIPMENT FOR LOADING!
When property is picked up, the buyer must have a vehicle, truck or trailer that is suitable and rated for the type of property being picked up. If property cannot be safely loaded or transported on the vehicle, buyer’s may be turned-away until an acceptable vehicle has been obtained. The decision to determine if a vehicle is acceptable rests solely with the Surplus Properties Supervisor.
To pick up property, you will be asked to show a copy of the paid receipt/invoice and a picture ID (driver’s license, military ID). Please do not show up without a picture ID, we cannot release property without it, no exceptions.
In the event you cannot show up to pick up your property, you can send someone in your place with previous authorization in writing from the buyer. For details, call Reyna at 210-458-6282 or Angel at 210-458-6273.
Driving Directions to Surplus Building: We are located on West Side Campus. Please take 1604 West, exit Babcock, go to the turnaround, immediately take your right lane, and take the first entrance, and you will see a sign (VAUGHN DELIVERIES WITH A RED ARROW) and stay on your right lane on Sam Barshop Blvd. You will see two parking lots on both sides, keep going straight, immediately on your right side you will see a sign Surplus Property Warehouse (right arrow) make a right turn on West Campus Rd., and come to a stop sign. Look straight ahead, you will see a building with a sign that reads,Center for Archaeological Research. We are located in this building, look for the sign that reads Surplus Property Warehouse.Right below this sign are two 15-minute parking slots, park there. Please follow the directions as indicated, because GPS does not work on UTSA Campus, and One UTSA Circle is the address for all the University.