USER MANUAL

USER MANUAL
MODEL S ER IES : PM3300
PM3400
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INSTRUCT IONS
Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by or
on the order of a physician.
Your local distributor:
300 Held Drive
Tel: (+001)
610-262-6090
Tel: (+001)
866 -624610-262-6090
-3952
www.thinkMDI.net
Northampton, PA 18067 USA
Fax: (+001)
610-262-6080
www.precisionmedical .com
CONTENTS
RECEIVING / INSPECTION.....................................................2
Intended Use......................................................................2
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING........................2
Explanation of Abbreviations ....................................2
SAFETY Information - Warnings and Cautions.......2
Specifications...................................................................3
Operating instructions.................................................4
Parts description............................................................5
Parts list.............................................................................5
Repair kitS...........................................................................6
Disassembly instructions.............................................6
Assembly instructions..................................................6
Vacuum regulator cleaning illustration..............7
Cleaning / decontamination.........................................8
Maintenance.......................................................................8
Returns................................................................................8
Disposal instructions...................................................9
Troubleshooting.............................................................9
LIMITED WARRANTY ...........................................................10
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY.......................................11
RECEIVING / INSPECTION
Remove the Precision Medical, Inc. Vacuum Regulator from the packaging
and inspect for damage. If there is any damage, DO NOT USE and contact
your Provider.
Intended Use
The devices are intended to control and show the amount of vacuum from
a central vacuum system used in various medical suctioning procedures.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
This manual instructs a Professional to install and operate the Vacuum
Regulator. This is provided for your safety and to prevent damage to the
Vacuum Regulator. If you do not understand this manual, DO NOT USE
the Vacuum Regulator and contact your Provider.
Explanation of Abbreviations
lpm
mmHg
inHg
kPa
Liters Per Minute
Millimeters of Mercury
Inches of Mercury
Kilopascal
SAFETY Information - Warnings and Cautions
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION
Used without the safety alert symbol indicates
a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in property damage.
CONSULT ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
Symbol indicates the device complies with the
requirements of Directive 93/42/EEC concerning
medical devices and all applicable International
Standards. (On CE marked Devices ONLY)
WARNING
• DO NOT use this Vacuum Regulator for anything other than its Intended
Use. Personal injury and/or damage to Regulator may result from misuse.
• Only personnel instructed and trained in its use should operate
this Vacuum Regulator.
Specifications
Gauge Range:
PM3300:
0 - 200 mmHg - Full Vacuum
PM3300E:
0 - 200 mmHg (0 - 26 kPa)
(Counterclockwise direction)
PM3300HV:
0 - 300 mmHg - Max Vacuum
PM3400:
0 - 150 mmHg
PM3400E:
0 - 150 mmHg (0 - 20 kPa)
(Counterclockwise direction)
Gauge Accuracy:
Analog:
Digital/Analog, Dual Gauge:
Digital Display:
Analog Gauge:
± 5% of MAX
Vacuum Ports: 1/8 NPT Female
± 1% of Full Scale
± 5% of MAX within ref. Indicator
Modes:
REG. - (Regulated) provides an adjustable,
continuous vacuum level
OFF - No Vacuum
INT. - (Intermittent) provides an adjustable vacuum
level that cycles between ON and OFF
Flow:
Models
Mode
PM3300:
Max Flow
51 LPM
REG
PM3400:
50 LPM
MAXIMUM FLOW is obtained with a vacuum source of 21” Hg (71.1 kPa)
Maximum Vacuum:
PM3300:
PM3300HV:
PM3400:
REG. Mode @ Full Vac-396 mmHg (53 kPa)
REG. Mode @ Max Vac-396 mmHg (53 kPa)
Restricted to 170 mmHg ± 10 mmHg (1.3 kPa)
Intermittent Cycle Time:
Factory set at sixteen (16) seconds ON
and eight (8) seconds OFF ± 2
Operating Environmental Limits:
0°F to 122°F (-18°C to 50°C)
Recommended Environmental Operating Limits: 55°F to 85°F (13°C to 29°C)
Storage Environmental Limits:
Temperature Range:
-4°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
Humidity:Max 95% Noncondensing
Battery: 3 Volt Lithium, ½ AA
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
Operating instructions
CAUTION
Inspect the Vacuum Regulator for visual damage before use,
DO NOT USE if damaged.
NOTE: • Overflow protection should be used with the Vacuum Regulator.
(i.e. Filter, Vac Trap, Canister equipped with float shutoff).
• Gauges operate independently; if the digital gauge fails,
the analog gauge will still function.
1. Turn the Selector Knob to the “OFF” position.
2. Attach the Vacuum Regulator to the vacuum source.
A. REG MODE (Regulated Mode) ALL MODELS
1. Turn the Selector Knob to the “REG.” position.
2. Block the bottom port of the Regulator.
3. Using the Regulator Knob, set the desired vacuum.
To INCREASE vacuum - Turn Knob CLOCKWISE
To DECREASE vacuum - Turn Knob COUNTERCLOCKWISE
B. INT. MODE (Vacuum cycles ON and OFF.)
1. Turn the Selector Knob to the “REG.” position, to select
desired vacuum level.
2. Turn the Selector Knob to the “INT.” position.
NOTE: Intermittent cycles starts in the OFF phase, therefore a
delay occurs before the intermittent cycle begins.
3. Turn the Selector Knob to the “OFF” position to turn the Regulator off.
WARNING
• ALWAYS confirm vacuum setting prior to performing procedure.
• When turning the Vacuum Regulator to “REG.” or “INT.” from any
position, the vacuum level will return to its previously regulated setting.
• Full Line Vacuum is present between settings.
• Vacuum levels will remain the same when switching from one
mode to the other.
CAUTION
DO NOT operate the Vacuum Regulator when the collection canister
is “full”. This may cause loss of vacuum and damage to the Vacuum
Regulator. This will void the warranty.
Parts description
CAUTION
Missing or illegible labels must be replaced, contact Precision Medical, Inc.
2
3-Analog
3-Digital
12
PM3400/
PM3400E
ONLY
QUANTITY 6 PLACES
ZERO
mm
Hg
Selector
Knob
4
14
13
1
5
6
7
8
Regulator
Knob
10
9
11
Parts list
No. Description
1
Housing Assembly
2
Screw
3
Analog Gauge Assembly
Analog Gauge Assembly (Export E)
Analog Gauge Assembly (HV)
Digital Assembly
Digital Assembly (HV)
Digital Assembly (Export E)
Digital Assembly Export E (HV)
4
Snubber
5
O-ring
6
Selector Assembly
7
Index Ring
8
Wave Spring Washer
9
Case Assembly
10
Regulator Module Assembly
11
Set Screw
12
Control Knob Assembly
13
Timing Module
14
Rear Case
PM3300
PM3400
502102
503956
503694
503923
504309
505244 (0-200 mmHg)
505392 (0-300 mmHg)
506036
506038
503826
504225
505391 (0-150 mmHg)
506034
1396
502231
1805
502685
1614
1827
1567
1567 (*505962)
1391
502100
502103
502268
1831
* HV Models ONLY (PM3300HV)
Repair kitS
PM3300 / PM3300D Vac Reg
Analog Part#
RK6300
Digital Part#
RK6300D
PM3300HV / PM3300DHV Vac Reg
RK6300HV
RK6300DHV
PM3300E / PM3300DE Vac Reg
RK6300E
RK6300DE
PM3400 / PM3400D Vac Reg
RK6400
RK6400D
PM3300EHV / PM3300DEHV Vac Reg
RK6300EHV
RK6300DEHV
PM3400E / PM3400DE Vac Reg
RK6400E
RK6400DE
Disassembly instructions
(Reference “PARTS DESCRIPTION”)
1. Loosen the Set Screw (Item # 11) in Selector Knob.
2. Pull the Control Knob Assembly (Item # 12) away from case. (The Regulator
Module (Item # 10) is threaded onto the Control Knob Assembly.)
3. Remove the screws (Item # 2) from the back of the product.
4. Remove the Rear Case (Item # 14) by pulling away from product.
5. Remove screws (Item# 2) from the top of the Timing Module.
6. Remove the Timing Module (Item# 13) by pulling away from the
Housing Assembly.
7. Separate the Case Assembly (Item# 9) by pulling it away from the
Housing Assembly (Item# 1).
8 Remove the Selector Assembly (Item# 6) by pulling it away from the
Housing Assembly.
9. Remove the Gauge Assembly (Item# 3).
Assembly instructions
1. To assemble, perform the “DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS” in
reverse order.
Note: Ensure the Selector Assembly is inserted with the groove
in the 12 o’clock position. Ensure tabs and slots on various
components are properly aligned and engaged when
reassembling.
2. Lubricate all O-rings and cavities with Vacuum grease (part# 1775)
supplied in the Vacuum Regulator Repair Kit.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 3 of “OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS”.
4. Prior to returning Vacuum Regulator to service verify accuracy of gauge.
Vacuum regulator cleaning illustration
(Cleaning/Decontamination Instructions on page )
Working
Vacuum
Regulator
Vacuum Regulator
To Be Cleaned
Suction
Tubing
Suction
Tubing
Patient
Port
Cold
Disinfection/
Sterilization
Solution
Vacuum
Port
Suction
Collection
Canister
CAUTION
• DO NOT autoclave or immerse in liquid.
This will cause damage to the Vacuum Regulator and will void
the warranty.
• If Vacuum Regulator becomes internally contaminated, warranty
is voided, DO NOT send back to Precision Medical, Inc. for
repair. Follow your facilities contaminated equipment protocol.
• This Vacuum Regulator contains magnetic, ferrous material that
may affect the results of an MRI.
• Be sure all connections are tight and leak free.
Cleaning / decontamination (As needed)
1. Attach a working Vacuum Regulator with a continuous regulated
mode to a minimum vacuum source of 15 inHg.
2.Mix cold disinfection / sterilization solution according to its
manufacturer’s directions.
3. Connect tubing as shown in Cleaning Illustration on previous page.
4. Turn the working Vacuum Regulator on to a continuous regulated mode.
5. Adjust the vacuum to a minimum of 120 mmHg.
6. Set the Vacuum Regulator to be cleaned to the “REG .” mode, and
set at 100 mmHg.
7. Allow cold disinfection / sterilization solution to pass through
and collect in Suction Canister. Procedure should continue for
time recommended by the manufacturer of the cold disinfection /
sterilization solution for the desired level of disinfection or sterilization.
8. Turn the Vacuum Regulator to be cleaned to the “INT.” mode.
9. Allow remaining cold disinfection / sterilization solution to pass
through and collect in Suction Canister.
10. Set working Vacuum Regulator to its maximum vacuum setting.
11. Thoroughly dry the internal components by drawing maximum vacuum through the Regulator to be cleaned for at least 30 seconds
in both “REG.” and “INT.” modes.
Note: If it is not possible to pass cold disinfection / sterilization
solution through the Regulator, then the passageways are
totally blocked and disassembly of the Regulator is required.
Be sure to follow your facilities’ Biohazard protocol.
Maintenance
Before each use; visually inspect Vacuum Regulator for any sign of
damage, DO NOT USE if damaged.
Returns
Returned products require a Returned Goods Authorization (RGA)
number, contact Precision Medical, Inc. All returns must be packaged in
sealed containers to prevent damage. Precision Medical, Inc. will not be
responsible for goods damaged in transit. Refer to Precision Medical, Inc.
Return Policy available on the Internet, www.precisionmedical.com.
Disposal instructions
Dispose of the Vacuum Regulator in accordance with the local regulations.
Please Recycle
WARNING
Product should be cleaned before being disposed of. Potential for Biohazard.
Troubleshooting
If the Vacuum Regulator fails to function, consult the Troubleshooting
Table below. If problem cannot be solved, consult your Provider.
Problem
Probable Cause
No vacuum at bottom 1. Regulator turned “OFF”
port (gauge at zero)
2. Loose connection
3. No vacuum to Regulator
4. Clogged vacuum Port
Remedy
1. a Turn selector knob
1. b. Adjust Regulator
knob
2. Tighten connection
3. Connect to a known
working vacuum source
4. Disassemble & clean
No vacuum at bottom 1. Clogged Regulator
port (gauge showing
vacuum)
1. Disassemble & clean
Vacuum at bottom port 1. Defective Gauge
(No reading on gauge
when port is blocked)
1. Replace Gauge
Gauge will not return
to zero
1. Clogged Snubber
2. Damaged Regulator
Module
3. Defective Gauge
Vacuum Regulator
erratic
1. Dirty Regulator Module
Stiff movement of
Selector Knob
1. Dirty Regulator Module
and/or Selector Module
No Intermittent (INT.)
cycle
1. Improper mode selected 1. Turn Selector Knob to
“INT.” mode
2. Defective Timing Module 2. Replace Timing Module
No digital display
1. Dead Battery
1. Replace Snubber
2. Replace Regulator
Module
3. Replace Gauge
1. Disassemble & clean,
Lubricate O-ring
2. Defective Regulator Module 2. Replace Module
1. Disassemble & clean,
Lubricate O-rings
1. Replace Battery
LIMITED WARRANTY
AND
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Precision Medical, Inc. warrants that the Medical Vacuum Regulator (the
Product) will be free of defects in workmanship and/or material for the
following period:
Ten (10) years from date of shipment.
Should any failure to conform to this warranty appear within the applicable
period, Precision Medical, Inc. shall, upon written notification thereof and
substantiation that the goods have been stored, installed, maintained and
operated in accordance with Precision Medical, Inc.’s instructions and
standard industry practice, and that no modifications, substitutions, or
alterations have been made to the goods, correct such defect by suitable
repair or replacement at its own expense.
ORAL STATEMENTS DO NOT CONSTITUTE WARRANTIES.
The representative of Precision Medical, Inc. or any retailers are not authorized
to make oral warranties about the merchandise described in this contract, and
any such statements shall not be relied upon and are not part of the contract
for sale. Thus, this writing is a final, complete and exclusive statement of the
terms of that contract.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHER
WARRANTY OF QUALITY, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
Precision Medical, Inc. shall not under any circumstances be liable for special,
incidental or consequential damages including but not limited to lost profits,
lost sales, or injury to person or property. Correction of non-conformities as
provided above shall constitute fulfillment of all liabilities of Precision Medical,
Inc. whether based on contract, negligence, strict tort or otherwise. Precision
Medical, Inc. reserves the right to discontinue manufacture of any product or
change product materials, designs, or specifications without notice.
Precision Medical, Inc. reserves the right to correct clerical or typographical
errors without penalty.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Manufacturer:
Precision Medical, Inc.
300 Held Drive, Northampton, PA 18067, USA
CONTACT: Quality Manager
Phone: 610-262-6090
Authorized European Representative:
Emergo Europe
Molenstraat 15
2513 BH, The Hague
The Netherlands
Product:
Vacuum Regulators
Model(s):
PM3300E, PMM3300EHV, PM3300DE,
PM3300DE-MG, PM3300DEHV, PM3300DEHV-MG,
PM3400E, PM3400DE
MDD Class:
IIa
Classification criteria:
Clause 1.2 Rule 2 of Annex IX of MDD
As delivered, the object of the declaration described above is in conformity with the
requirements of MDD 93/42/EEC Annex II.3 and the following documents:
Document
Edition
BS EN 1041
1998
EN 980
2003
EN ISO 10079-3 1999
ISO 14971 2007
Notified Body:
TÜV Rheinland Product Safety GmbH
Certificate No.:
HD60019110 0001
ISO 13485 Certified
1949 Rev13 (E) 10/27/09 (?M) Printed in USA