Instructions for use
EXPERTtorque E679 - REF 1.006.9200
EXPERTtorque Mini E675 - REF 1.006.6400, 1.006.0800
Distributed by:
KaVo Dental Corporation
11729 Fruehauf Drive
Charlotte, NC 28273 USA
Tel. 847-550-6800
Fax 847-550-6825
Manufacturer:
Kaltenbach & Voigt GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
www.kavo.com
Table of contents
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Table of contents
1 User instructions ............................................................................................................................................... 5
2 Safety ............................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1 Description of safety instructions ............................................................................................................ 7
2.2 Safety instructions .................................................................................................................................. 9
3 Product description ......................................................................................................................................... 14
3.1 Purpose – Intended use ...................................................................................................................... 16
3.2 Technical Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 18
3.3 Transportation and storage conditions ................................................................................................. 20
4 Start up and shut down .................................................................................................................................. 22
4.1 Checking the amount of water .............................................................................................................. 24
4.2 Checking the pressures ........................................................................................................................ 26
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5 Operation ........................................................................................................................................................
5.1 Attaching the medical device ................................................................................................................
5.2 Removing the medical device ..............................................................................................................
5.3 Inserting the milling cutter or diamond grinder .....................................................................................
5.4 Removing the milling tool or diamond grinder ......................................................................................
6 Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................................................
6.1 Cleaning the spray nozzle ....................................................................................................................
6.2 Changing the water filter ......................................................................................................................
7 Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664 ............................................................................................
7.1 Preparations at the site of use ..............................................................................................................
7.2 Cleaning ...............................................................................................................................................
7.2.1 Cleaning: Manual external cleaning ........................................................................................
7.2.2 Cleaning: Automated external cleaning ...................................................................................
7.2.3 Cleaning: Manual internal cleaning .........................................................................................
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7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.2.4 Cleaning: Automated internal cleaning ....................................................................................
Disinfection ...........................................................................................................................................
7.3.1 Disinfection: Manual external disinfection ...............................................................................
7.3.2 Disinfection: Manual internal disinfection ................................................................................
7.3.3 Disinfection: Automated external and internal disinfection ......................................................
Drying ...................................................................................................................................................
Care products and systems - Servicing ................................................................................................
7.5.1 Care products and systems - Servicing: Servicing with KaVo Spray ......................................
7.5.2 Care products and systems - Servicing: Servicing with KaVo QUATTROcare 2104 /
2104A ......................................................................................................................................
7.5.3 Care products and systems - Servicing: Servicing with KaVo QUATTROcare PLUS .............
Packaging .............................................................................................................................................
Sterilisation ...........................................................................................................................................
Storage .................................................................................................................................................
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8 Tools and consumables ................................................................................................................................. 65
9 Terms and conditions of warranty .................................................................................................................. 68
User instructions
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1 User instructions
Dear User
Congratulations on purchasing this KaVo quality product. By following the
instructions below you will be able to work smoothly, economically and
safely.
© Copyright by KaVo Dental GmbH
Symbols
Refer to the chapter on Safety/Warning symbol
Important information for users and service technicians
User instructions
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Action request
Can be sterilized with steam at 134 °C -1 °C / +4 °C (273 °F -1.6
°F / +7.4 °F)
Thermodisinfectable
Target group
This document is intended for dentists and their assistants. The section
on starting up is also intended for service technicians.
Safety
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2 Safety
2.1 Description of safety instructions
Warning symbol
Structure
DANGER
The introduction describes the type and source of the hazard.
This section describes potential consequences of non-compliance.
▶ The optional step includes necessary measures for hazard preven‐
tion.
Safety
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Description of hazard levels
The safety instructions listed here, together with the three levels of
danger will help avert property damage and injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION
indicates a hazardous situation that can cause damage to property or
mild to moderate injuries.
WARNING
WARNING
indicates a hazardous situation that can lead to death or fatal injury.
Safety
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DANGER
DANGER
indicates a maximal hazard due to a situation that can directly cause
death or fatal injury.
2.2 Safety instructions
WARNING
Hazards for the care provider and the patient.
In the case of damage, irregular running noise, excessive vibration, untypical warming or when the cutter or grinder cannot be held.
▶ Do not use further and notify Service.
Safety
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WARNING
Hazard from contraindication.
If the soft tissue in the oral cavity is injured, the compressed air may en‐
able septic substances to enter the tissue.
▶ Treatment must be discontinued with instruments operated by com‐
pressed air when soft tissue is damaged in the oral cavity.
CAUTION
Risk due to incorrectly stored instrument.
Injury and infection caused by chucked cutters or grinders.
Damage to clamping system from dropping the instrument.
▶ After treatment, place the instrument properly in the cradle, without
the cutter or grinder.
Safety
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CAUTION
Risk of burn injury from hot handpiece head or hot handpiece lid.
Burn injuries in the mouth may be caused if the handpiece overheats.
▶ Never touch soft tissue with the handpiece head or handpiece lid!
CAUTION
Hazard from use as a light probe.
Do not use the device as a light probe since the rotating cutters or grind‐
ers can cause injury.
▶ Use an appropriate light probe for additional illumination of the oral
cavity or site of preparation.
Safety
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CAUTION
Premature wear and malfunctioning from improper storage during long
periods of nonuse.
Reduced product life.
▶ The medical device should be cleaned, serviced and stored in a
dry location, according to instructions, before long periods of non‐
use.
Note
For safety reasons, we recommend that the tool holder system be
checked annually after the warranty period expires.
Safety
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The following individuals are authorized to repair and service KaVo prod‐
ucts:
▪ Technicians at KaVo branches throughout the world
▪ Technicians specially trained by KaVo
To ensure proper function, the medical device must be set up according
to the reprocessing methods described in the KaVo Instructions for Use,
and the care products and care systems described therein must be used.
KaVo recommends specifying a service interval at the dental office for a
licensed shop to clean, service and check the functioning of the medical
device. This service interval depends on the frequency of use and should
be adjusted accordingly.
Service may only be carried out by KaVo-trained repair shops using origi‐
nal KaVo replacement parts.
Product description
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3 Product description
▪ EXPERTtorque LUX E679 L Mat. no. 1.006.9200
Product description
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▪ EXPERTtorque Mini LUX E675 L Mat. no. 1.006.6400
▪ EXPERTtorque Mini LUX E675 LMW Mat. no. 1.006.0800
Product description
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3.1 Purpose – Intended use
Purpose:
This medical device is
▪ Only intended for dental treatment. Any other type of use or altera‐
tion to the product is impermissible and can be hazardous. The med‐
ical device is intended for the following uses: Removal of carious ma‐
terial, cavities and crown preparations, removal of fillings, processing
of tooth and restoration surfaces.
▪ A medical device according to relevant national statutory regulations.
Product description
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Proper use:
According to these regulations, this medical device may only be used for
the described application by a knowledgeable user. The following must
be observed:
▪ the applicable health and safety regulations
▪ the applicable accident prevention regulations
▪ these instructions for use
According to these regulations, it is the responsibility of the user to:
▪ only use equipment that is operating correctly,
▪ use the equipment for the proper purpose,
▪ protect him or herself, the patient and third parties from danger, and
▪ avoid contamination from the product.
Product description
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3.2 Technical Specifications
KaVo MULTIflex
Drive pressure (psi)
Drive pressure
recommended (psi)
Return air pressure
(psi)
Spray water pressure
(psi)
Spray air pressure
(psi)
30 - 61
> 41
Midwest Stylus Cou‐
pler XGT
39
39
<7
<7
12 - 29
12
15 - 36
25
Product description
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KaVo MULTIflex
Midwest Stylus
Coupler XGT
Air consumption (Nl/
39 - 51
min)
Idling speed (rpm) EX‐ 340,000 - 420,000 / 400,000- 480,000
PERTtorque / EX‐
PERTtorque Mini
Recommended
2-3
application force (N)
Note
KaVo MULTIflex is a registered trademark of Kaltenbach & Voigt GmbH,
Biberach.
Product description
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3.3 Transportation and storage conditions
CAUTION
It is hazardous to start up the medical device after it has been stored
strongly refrigerated.
This can cause the medical device to malfunction.
▶ Prior to start-up, very cold products must be heated to a tempera‐
ture of 20°C to 25°C (68°F to 77°F).
Temperature: -20°C to +70°C (-4°F to +158°F)
Relative humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH absence of condensation
Product description
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Air pressure: 700 hPa to 1060 hPa (10 psi to 15 psi)
Protect from moisture
Start up and shut down
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4 Start up and shut down
WARNING
Hazard from nonsterile products.
Infection danger to the care provider and patient.
▶ Before first use and after each use, prepare and sterilise the medi‐
cal device if needed.
WARNING
Disposal of the product in the appropriate manner.
Prior to disposal, the product must be appropriately prepared or steri‐
lised if this is necessary.
Start up and shut down
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CAUTION
Damage from soiled and moist cooling air.
Contaminated and moist cooling air can cause malfunctions and lead to
premature bearing wear.
▶ Make sure that the supply of cooling air is dry, clean and unconta‐
minated according to ISO 7494-2.
Start up and shut down
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4.1 Checking the amount of water
CAUTION
Overheating of the tooth due to lack of cooling water.
Insufficient spray water can cause the medical device to overheat and
damage the pulp and tooth.
▶ Adjust the water amount for the spray head to a min. of 50 cm3/
min!
▶ Check the spray water channels and clean the spray nozzles with
the nozzle needle Mat. no. 0.410.0921 if necessary.
Start up and shut down
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3
Start up and shut down
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4.2 Checking the pressures
CAUTION
Compressed air connection on devices.
Contaminated and humid compressed air leads to premature wear and
tear.
▶ Supply dry, clean and uncontaminated compressed air according
to ISO 7494-2 only.
▶
Insert the test manometer (Mat. no. 0.411.8731) between the cou‐
pling and the medical device and check the following pressures:
Start up and shut down
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Drive pressure, drive pressure recommended, return air pressure,
spray water pressure, and spray air pressure.
See also: 3.2 Technical Specifications, Page 18
A higher drive pressure will be reduced automatically by the medical de‐
vice.
Operation
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5 Operation
Note
At the beginning of each workday, the water-conducting systems should
be rinsed for at least 2 min. without the instrument being attached; if
there is a risk of contamination from reflux or back suction, the system
must be rinsed for 20-30 seconds.
Operation
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5.1 Attaching the medical device
WARNING
Detachment of the medical device during treatment.
A medical device that is not properly locked can detach from the cou‐
pling during treatment.
▶ Before each use, check if the medical device is securely locked on‐
to the coupling.
Operation
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CAUTION
Damage from inaccurate coupling.
Inaccurate coupling (especially during the afterglow period) can destroy
the high-pressure lamp or the LED of the coupling or reduce its service
life.
▶ Check the seat of the turbine on the coupling by pulling on it.
▶
Accurately attach the medical device to the coupling and push is to
the rear until the coupling audibly locks in the medical device.
▶
Pull on it to make sure that the medical device is securely affixed to
the coupling.
Operation
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5.2 Removing the medical device
▶
Hold the coupling tight, and pull the medical device off while twisting
slightly.
Operation
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5.3 Inserting the milling cutter or diamond grinder
Note
Only use carbide cutters or diamond grinders that comply with ISO
1797-1 type 3, are made of steel or hard metal and meet the following
criteria:
- Shaft diameter: 1.59 to 1.60 mm
- Overall length: EXPERTtorque: max. 25 mm
- Overall length of EXPERTtorque Mini: max. 19 mm
- Shaft clamping length: EXPERTtorque: min. 11 mm
- Shaft clamping length: EXPERTtorque Mini: min. 9 mm
- Blade diameter: max. 2 mm
Operation
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WARNING
Use of unauthorised cutters or grinders.
Injury to the patient or damage to the medical device.
▶ Observe the instructions for use and use the cutter or grinder prop‐
erly.
▶ Only use cutters or grinders that do not deviate from the specified
data.
CAUTION
Injury from using worn drill bits or burs.
Drill bits or burs could fall out during treatment and injure the patient.
▶ Never use drill bits or burs with worn shafts.
Operation
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CAUTION
Danger of injury from cutters or grinders.
Infections or cuts.
▶ Wear gloves or fingerstalls.
CAUTION
Hazard from defective chucking system.
The cutter or grinder could fall out and cause injury.
▶ Pull on the cutter or grinder to check that the chucking system is
okay and the cutter or grinder is securely held. When checking, in‐
serting and removing, use gloves or a fingerstall to prevent an in‐
jury or infection.
Operation
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▶
Forcefully press the push button with your thumb and simultaneously
insert the cutter or grinder all the way.
▶
Check that the cutter or grinder is seated by pulling on it.
Operation
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5.4 Removing the milling tool or diamond grinder
WARNING
Hazard from rotating cutter or grinder.
Lacerations and damage to the chucking system.
▶ Do not touch rotating cutter or grinder.!
▶ Never press the press-button while the cutter or grinder is rotating!
▶ Remove the cutter or grinder from the contra-angle handpiece after
treatment to avoid injury or infection while storing it.
Operation
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▶
After the cutter or grinder has stopped rotating, press the press-but‐
ton with your thumb and simultaneously pull out the drill bit or bur.
Troubleshooting
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6 Troubleshooting
6.1 Cleaning the spray nozzle
CAUTION
Hazard from insufficient spray water.
Overheating of the medical device and damage to the tooth.
▶ Check the spray water channels and clean the spray nozzles with
the nozzle needle Mat. no. 0.410.0921 if necessary.
Troubleshooting
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▶
Use the nozzle needle (Mat. no. 0.410.0921) to free the water pas‐
sage in the spray nozzles.
6.2 Changing the water filter
▶
Unscrew the sleeve ① in counterclockwise direction from the insert
② and pull it off.
Troubleshooting
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▶
Unscrew the water filter ③ with the wrench (Mat. no. 1.002.0321)
and take it out
▶
Insert the new filter (Mat. no. 1.002.0271) and screw it in with the
wrench
Place the sleeve ① on the insert ②, and screw it tight in clockwise
direction.
▶
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
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7 Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
7.1 Preparations at the site of use
WARNING
Hazard from nonsterile products.
There is a risk of infection from contaminated medical devices.
▶ Take suitable personal protective measures.
▶
▶
▶
▶
▶
Remove all residual cement, composite or blood without delay.
Recondition the medical device as soon as possible after treatment.
Remove the cutter or grinder from the medical device.
The medical device must be dry when transported for reconditioning.
Do not place it in a solution or similar.
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
7.2 Cleaning
CAUTION
Malfunctions from cleaning in the ultrasonic unit.
Defects in the product.
▶ Only clean manually or in a thermodisinfector.
7.2.1 Cleaning: Manual external cleaning
Accessories required:
▪ Tap water 30 °C ± 5 °C (86 °F ± 10 °F)
▪ Brush, e.g. medium-hard toothbrush
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Brush off under flowing tap water.
7.2.2 Cleaning: Automated external cleaning
KaVo recommends thermodisinfectors in accordance with ISO 15883-1,
which are operated with alkaline cleaning agents with a pH value of max.
10 (e.g. Miele G 7781/G 7881 – Validation was carried out with pro‐
gramme "VARIO-TD", cleaning agent "neodisher® mediclean", neutralisa‐
tion agent "neodisher® Z" and rinsing agent "neodisher® mielclear" and
only applies to the material compatibility with KaVo products.).
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
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▶
For program settings as well as cleansers and disinfectants to be
used, please refer to the Instructions for Use of the thermodisinfec‐
tor.
▶
In order to prevent negative effects on the medical device, make
sure that the interior and the exterior of the medical device are dry,
and then lubricate immediately with care agents from the KaVo care
system.
7.2.3 Cleaning: Manual internal cleaning
Not applicable.
This product is suitable for automated cleaning only.
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7.2.4 Cleaning: Automated internal cleaning
KaVo recommends thermodisinfectors in accordance with ISO 15883-1,
which are operated with alkaline cleaning agents with a pH value of max.
10 (e.g. Miele G 7781/G 7881 – Validation was carried out with pro‐
gramme "VARIO-TD", cleaning agent "neodisher® mediclean", neutralisa‐
tion agent "neodisher® Z" and rinsing agent "neodisher® mielclear" and
only applies to the material compatibility with KaVo products.).
▶
For program settings as well as cleansers and disinfectants to be
used, please refer to the Instructions for Use of the thermodisinfector
(complying with max. pH value of 10).
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
▶
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In order to prevent negative effects on the medical device, make
sure that the interior and the exterior of the medical device are dry,
and then lubricate immediately with care agents from the KaVo care
system.
7.3 Disinfection
CAUTION
Malfunctioning from using a disinfectant bath or disinfectant containing
chlorine.
Defects in the product.
▶ Only disinfect in a thermodisinfector or manually.
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
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7.3.1 Disinfection: Manual external disinfection
KaVo recommends the following products based on material compatibili‐
ty. The microbiological efficacy must be ensured by the disinfectant man‐
ufacturer.
▪ CaviCide made by Metrex
Consumables required:
▪ Cloths for wiping off the medical device.
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▶
Spray the disinfectant on a cloth, then thoroughly wipe down the
medical device and leave the disinfectant to soak in according to the
instructions from the disinfectant manufacturer.
▶
Follow the instructions for use of the disinfectant.
7.3.2 Disinfection: Manual internal disinfection
Not applicable.
This product is suitable for automated disinfection only.
7.3.3 Disinfection: Automated external and internal disinfection
KaVo recommends thermodisinfectors in accordance with ISO 15883-1,
which are operated with alkaline cleaning agents with a pH value of max.
10 (e.g. Miele G 7781/G 7881 – Validation was carried out with pro‐
gramme "VARIO-TD", cleaning agent "neodisher® mediclean", neutralisa‐
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
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tion agent "neodisher® Z" and rinsing agent "neodisher® mielclear" and
only applies to the material compatibility with KaVo products.).
▶
For program settings as well as cleansers and disinfectants to be
used, please refer to the Instructions for Use of the thermodisinfector
(complying with max. pH value of 10).
▶
In order to prevent negative effects on the medical device, make
sure that the interior and the exterior of the medical device are dry,
and then lubricate immediately with care agents from the KaVo care
system.
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
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7.4 Drying
Manual Drying
▶
Blow off the outside and inside with compressed air until water drops
are no longer visible.
Automatic Drying
The drying procedure is normally part of the cleaning program of the ther‐
modisinfector.
Note
Please follow the instructions for use of the thermodisinfector (com‐
pressed air quality - see the Warning under "Start-up").
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
7.5 Care products and systems - Servicing
WARNING
Sharp cutters or grinders in the medical device.
Risk of injury from sharp or pointed cutters or grinders.
▶ Remove cutter or grinder.
CAUTION
Premature wear and malfunctions from improper servicing and care.
Reduced product life.
▶ Perform regular proper care and maintenance!
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Note
KaVo only guarantees that its products will function properly when the
care products used are those listed as accessories, as they were tested
for proper use on our products.
7.5.1 Care products and systems - Servicing: Servicing with KaVo
Spray
KaVo recommends servicing the product after each time it is used, i.e. af‐
ter each automatic cleaning and before each sterilisation.
▶
Remove cutter or grinder.
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
▶
▶
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Cover the product with the CLEANpac bag.
Place the product on the cannula and press the spray button for one
second.
Chuck care
KaVo recommends cleaning and servicing the chuck system once a
week.
▶
Remove the cutter or grinder, place the spray nipple tip in the open‐
ing and spray.
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
▶
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Carry out the servicing according to the instructions in the section,
"Care with KaVo Spray".
7.5.2 Care products and systems - Servicing: Servicing with KaVo
QUATTROcare 2104 / 2104A
Cleaning and care unit with expansion pressure for effective cleaning and
care.
KaVo recommends servicing the product after each time it is used, i.e. af‐
ter each automatic cleaning and before each sterilisation.
▶
Remove the cutter or grinder.
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▶
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Servicing the product.
Chuck care
KaVo recommends cleaning and servicing the chuck system once a
week.
See also: Instructions for use KaVo QUATTROcare 2104 / 2104A
▶
Remove the cutter or grinder, place the spray nipple tip in the open‐
ing and spray.
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▶
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Subsequently treat with the care products and care systems speci‐
fied.
7.5.3 Care products and systems - Servicing: Servicing with KaVo
QUATTROcare PLUS
KaVo recommends servicing the product after each time it is used, i.e. af‐
ter each automatic cleaning and before each sterilisation.
▶
Remove the cutter or grinder.
▶
Servicing the product in QUATTROcare PLUS.
See also: Instructions for use KaVo QUATTROcare PLUS
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
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Servicing the clamping chuck
KaVo recommends cleaning and servicing the chuck system once a
week.
See also: Instructions for use KaVo QUATTROcare PLUS
Note
Handpieces must be taken off the service couplings before the chuck
service can be started and performed.
▶
Remove the service coupling chuck from the side hatch of the
QUATTROcare PLUS and attach it to coupling service point four, on
the far right. A MULTIflex adapter must be mounted there.
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▶
Press the handpiece together with the guide bush of the chuck to be
serviced against the tip of the service coupling chuck.
▶
Press the button showing the chuck service symbol.
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Note
Close the chuck service mode.
Option 1: Place the dental handpieces in the QUATTROcare PLUS
2124 A, close the front door and start theservice procedure.
Option 2: After three minutes with no service procedure running, the de‐
vice automatically switches back to normal service mode.
See also: Care with KaVo QUATTROcare PLUS
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7.6 Packaging
Note
The sterilisation bag must be large enough for the handpiece so that the
bag is not stretched.
The quality and use of the sterilisation packaging must satisfy applicable
standards and be suitable for the sterilisation procedure!
▶
Individually seal the medical device in the sterilised item packaging.
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7.7 Sterilisation
Sterilisation in a steam steriliser (autoclave) in accordance with ISO
17665-1
CAUTION
Premature wear and malfunctions from improper servicing and care.
Reduced product life.
▶ Before each sterilisation cycle, service the medical device with Ka‐
Vo care products.
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CAUTION
Contact corrosion due to moisture.
Damage to product.
▶ Immediately remove the product from the steam steriliser after the
sterilisation cycle!
The medical device has a maximum temperature resistance up to 138 ℃
(280.4 °F).
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Select a suitable procedure (depending on the available autoclave) from
the following sterilisation processes:
▪ Autoclave with pre-vacuum:
– at least 3 minutes at 134 °C -1 °C / +4 °C (273 °F -1.6 °F / +7.4
°F)
Drying time: 20 min.
▪ Autoclave using the gravity method:
– at least 10 minutes at 134 °C -1 °C / +4 °C (273 °F -1.6 °F / +7.4
°F) or alternatively
Drying time: 30 min.
– at least 60 minutes at 121 °C -1 °C / +4 °C (250 °F -1.6 °F / +7.4
°F)
Drying time: 30 min.
▶
Use according to the manufacturer's Instructions for Use.
Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
7.8 Storage
▶
Reprocessed products should be stored protected from dust with
minimum exposure to germs in a dry, dark and cool space.
▶
Comply with the expiry date of the sterilised items.
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Tools and consumables
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8 Tools and consumables
Available from dental suppliers.
Material summary
Replacement turbine EXPERTtor‐
que
Replacement turbine EXPERTtor‐
que Mini
Wrench for lid of EXPERTtorque
Wrench for lid of EXPERTtorque
Mini (new)
Wrench for lid of EXPERTtorque
Mini (old)
Replacement filter
Key
Mat. No.
1.007.9313
1.007.9457
0.411.3053
1.008.6133
1.006.3384
1.002.0271
1.002.0321
Tools and consumables
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Material summary
Instrument stand 2151
Insert for turbines
Nozzle pin
Cleanpac 10 units
KaVo MULTIflex spray head
for KaVo Spray
Spray head Midwest
for KaVo Spray
KaVo MULTIflex service coupling
for KaVo QUATTROcare
Service coupling Midwest
for KaVo QUATTROcare
Mat. No.
0.411.9501
0.411.9902
0.410.0921
0.411.9691
0.411.9921
1.008.2053
0.411.7991
1.008.2083
Tools and consumables
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Only for the USA
Material summary
KaVo Spray America 2113 A
QUATTROcare plus Spray Ameri‐
ca 2141 P
Mat. no.
0.411.9660
1.005.4524
Only for Canada
Material summary
Mat. no,
KaVo Spray Canada 2114 A
0.411.9680
QUATTROcare plus Spray Canada 1.005.4523
2149 P
Terms and conditions of warranty
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9 Terms and conditions of warranty
The following warranty conditions apply to this KaVo medical device:
KaVo provides the end customer with a warranty of proper function and
guarantees zero defects in respect of material and processing for a peri‐
od of 24 months from data of invoice, subject to the following conditions:
In case of justified complaints, KaVo will honour its warranty with a free
replacement or repair. Other claims of any nature whatsoever, in particu‐
lar with respect to compensation, are excluded. In the event of default,
gross negligence or intent, this shall only apply in the absence of manda‐
tory legal regulations to the contrary.
KaVo cannot be held liable for defects and their consequences that have
arisen or may arise from to natural wear, improper handling, cleaning or
maintenance, non-compliance with operating, maintenance or connection
instructions, calcination or corrosion, contaminated air or water supplies
or chemical or electrical factors deemed abnormal or impermissible in ac‐
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cordance with KaVo's instructions for use or other manufacturer's instruc‐
tions. The warranty does not usually cover lamps, light conductors made
of glass and glass fibres, glassware, rubber parts and the colourfastness
of plastic parts.
No liability is assumed when defects or their consequences are derived
from manipulations or changes to the product by the customer or a third
party.
Service warranty claims will only be accepted if the product is submitted
along with proof of purchase in the form of a copy of the invoice/delivery
note. The dealer, purchase date, device number or type and factory num‐
ber or serial number must be clearly visible on this document.
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