Mirage Dental Delivery Unit Model 2000 / 2015 Installation Instructions

Mirage Dental Delivery Unit Model 2000 / 2015 Installation Instructions
Mirage Dental Delivery Unit
Model 2000 / 2015 Installation Instructions
851 S. Lawson St.
City Of Industry, CA 91748
P626-810-4337 Fax 626-810-4245
REV. 1-1-13
Each Mirage delivery unit will contain the following items in each box.
1. Flex arm box. This is the largest box that you will receive with the delivery unit.
• Delivery unit flex arm
• Assistance arm
• Light post
• Foot control
• Stainless steel tray
• Cosmetic beauty ring
2. Post mount utility center
• Utility center
• Junction box (frame & cover)
• Master controls attached to the umbilical
• Misc beauty rings and quick connects
• HEV/SE valves with tubing
• Water Bottle (750 ml)
3. Optional 2000-C Cuspidor
• Cuspidor
• Cup fill spout
• Bowl rinse spout
• Cuspidor bowl strainer
• 2 fastening screws
•
1. Locate the four mounting bolts that were included with your dental chair. These bolts are
attached to all model 4000 dental chairs. See image below for the location.
2. Remove the mounting bolts and mount the bracket as shown in the image below.
3. Leveling Chair bracket.
• The chair bracket has a total of 8 set screws.
• Use the lower set screws to adjust the PMU left, right, front and back. This will make
large adjustments to the tilt of the post that is inserted into the bracket cup.
• Use the upper set screws to make fine adjustments and lock the post in place.
• Once the post is level you may fasten the set screws tightly to ensure the post stays level.
If your post is not level your unit will not be level and the flex arm will drift.
4. Loosen the 8 leveling set screws, and then place the PMU (Post mount utility center) in
the cup of the chair bracket. Figure1 Shown in the image below. Center the mounting
post in the cup. Also verify if the PMU is aligned straight with dental chair armrest. Then
proceed to tighten the set screws.
5. Verify the PMU is level before tightening the set screws on chair bracket. There are 8 set
screws that will be used for leveling. If the PMU is not level the unit arms may drift.
Small adjustments to the set screws will level the PMU. Level the PMU in the following
directions. (left to right and front to back).
6. Place the assistant's suction arm on the PMU as shown in the image below. If the arm is
not level use the leveling screw shown below (right) to adjust its angle.
7. Remove the PMU side cover. To remove it, pull on the lower lip to detach its magnetic
connection. Place it out of the way to ensure it does not get damaged. This side cover will
remain detached until the end of the installation.
8. If you are installing a post mounted light insert it as shown in the images below. Make
sure you place the cosmetic ring over the light post before inserting. Tighten the set screw
to secure the light post in place.
9. Take the delivery unit flex arm out, and place the additional cosmetic ring on it as shown
below. Once in place, take all lines and feed it through the bushing assembly as shown.
Verify that the arm seats completely down in the bushing assembly. Lower the cosmetic
ring to cover the seam between the assistant's arm and the delivery unit flex arm.
10. You may now remove the plastic from the bundle of tubing s that you fed through in the
previous step. Take the touch pad wire shown below and feed it through the chair bracket
as shown.
11. Route the touch pad cable along the chair bracket channel. Then feed it through the "cut
out" in the plastic shroud. Connect the touchpad wire and place it aside as shown.
12. Take the delivery systems foot control and feed it through the bottom of the PMU. Make
the following connections from your foot control to the tubing within the PMU side box.
13. Tubing connections
• Grey female from foot control to Black supply to the flex arm.
• Grey male from foot control to Yellow supply from Umbilical.
• Green female from foot control to Green male from the flex arm.
• Grey female from umbilical to Grey male from the flex arm.
• Purple female from umbilical to Purple male from the flex arm.
• Dark Red female from umbilical to Dark Red male from the flex arm.
• Blue female from umbilical to Blue male from the flex arm.
• Yellow female from umbilical to Yellow male from the flex arm.
• You will have two spare lines available the event of a tubing failure.
14. There is also two additional lines that will be left unused if you are not installing the
optional 2000-C cuspidor. One large water supply line and a small yellow air supply line
that has a cap on it.
Optional Cuspidor Installation
If you are installing the optional 2000-C cuspidor, remove the Cuspidor housing cover as
shown. To install the cuspidor, slide the cuspidor into the cuspidor bushing housing.
Make sure the cuspidor is completely seated in the bushing.
15. Take the cup fill and bowl rinse spout and insert them into the corresponding sockets.
When inserting the spouts into the sockets make note of the notches in the cuspidor
socket and the spouts that are being inserted into them. They will only seat properly one
way. Do not remove the Teflon tape that is wrapped around the spouts. See images
below. Place the cuspidor strainer in the bowl.
Cuspidor Plumbing Connections
16. Connect the drain line. Remove the blue locking tab to separate the quick connect from
the junction. Insert the removed end into the drain line tubing. Connect the two ends
together and replace the locking clip.
17. Remove the cap from the large water supply line, Connect the water supply line to the
cuspidor. Remove the cap from the signal air line, then connect it to the cuspidor.
18. The 2000C cuspidor possesses timing adjustments. In the event that you need to make
adjustments, the timing pressure release valves are located on the bottom of the cuspidor.
These adjustments will shut off the water flow so that you may fill a specified cup size, or
bowl rinse cycle time.
Junction Box Connections
19. Before making any connections in the junction box, be sure to clear the supply lines. If
there is any debri in the air line it will collect on the micron filter. Verify the line is clear.
20. Once the line are verified and cleared, you may connect the master controls. The master
controls are similar looking. One is for the Air which is identified by the large yellow
tubing that exits the back end of the master control valve. The master control for the
water line is identified by the large blue line that exits the back of the master control
valve.
21. Once the connections are made you may open the angle stops or equivalent shut off
valve. Once the valve is open you may check the mater control gauges and verify that the
pressures are set accordingly. Air pressure should read approximately 80 PSI. Water
pressure should read 40 PSI.
22. Once air and water pressure are set, you may now make adjustments to the syringe blocks
if necessary. Also check your handpiece pressure and adjust accordingly.
Handpiece
Syringe Block:
Water Adjustment
Air Adjustment
Pressure Adjustment
Use a flat head screw
drive to make adjustments.
Turning clockwise will
decrease the pressure.
Turning counter clockwise
will increase the air
pressure.
Post mount utility center adjustments (PMU)
1. There are two main adjustments that can be made in the PMU.
• Assistant's side syringe block adjustments
Turning the screw counter clockwise will increase the air / water pressure.
Turning the screw clockwise will decrease the air / water pressure.
•
Water bottle pressure adjustments
Loosen the lock nut, then turn the
knob counter clockwise to decrease
the air pressure. Turn the knob
clockwise to increase pressure.
DONT allow more then 40PSI of air
pressure to supply the bottle.
Tension Adjustments
2. In a situation that you need to add tension to the delivery unit flex arms please see the
following locations. NOTE: tension adjustments are only a temporary fix for drifting
arms. If your arms are drifting first verify the PMU is level. Check the light post to verify
its plum. If light post is not level make the proper adjustments by re-leveling the unit.
Tension spring adjustment
3. If you need to make adjustments to the tension spring in the flex arm follow the
procedure below.
• Remove the flex arm cap cover.
• Use a 3/8" ratchet with 2" extension
• Turn clockwise to increase the tension
• Turn counter clockwise to decrease tension.
• Only make adjustments in half turn increments.
delivery head leveling and tilt adjustments
4. If you need to level the unit head or adjust the tilt use the following adjustments.
• Loosen the 4 Allen screws that attach the unit head to the short control arm. See
image. Once the screws are loose, use the two adjustment screws in the center on
each side to level the head.
•
To adjust the unit head tilt, remove the flex arm end cap closest to the delivery
unit head. Loosen the stop nut, and using an Allen wrench turn the adjustment
screw clockwise to increase the tilt of the delivery unit head. Turn the adjustment
screw counter clockwise decrease the tilt.
*Stop Nut
*Adjustment Screw
Tubing and connections
Junction Box
1. Yellow 6 X 4 Air Supply line
2. Blue 6 X 4 Water Supply line
3. Grey Master Switch Supply
4. Yellow Master switch return
5. Purple Air brake supply
6. Red Spare
Post mount utility center (from umbilical to delivery unit arm)
1. Yellow 6 X 4 Supply line T to unit head.
2. Black 6 X 4 from output from foot control
3. Small Yellow / Small Yellow Master Switch return
4. Small Gray / Small Gray supply line to master switch
5. Small Purple / Small purple Supply to break
6. Small Blue / Small blue water supply line
7. Small burgundy Spare line
8. Small Green / Gray (wet dry toggle from F.C)
9. Small Black Spare (to flex arm)
10. Small Red Spare (to flex arm)
REVISIONS
12.5
6.2
WATER
REV
4.0
2.3
4.8
DESCRIPTION
BY
APPROVED
DATE
1 INCH
1.6
AIR
ECO No.
1/2 INCH THREADED PIPE
FOR AIR AND WATER
6.2
QUAD
ELECTRICAL
BOX
QUAD OUTLET
ELECTRICAL BOX
6.2
SUPPLIED BY CONTRACTOR
1.5 INCH FOR
ELECTRICAL CONDUIT
1 INCH FOR
CENTRAL VACUUM
1/2 INCH CONDUIT
FOR ELECTRICAL
SPACE FOR
TRANSFORMER
UMBILICAL
2.6
1 INCH
[19 mm]
6.2
DRAIN
4.5
3/4 O.D. PVC TUBE
FOR CENTRAL VACUUM
4
GRAVITY DRAIN HAS A 1-1/2 NOMINAL PIPE PROTRUDING FROM FINISHED FLOOR
NOTE: PLACE TRAP IN LINE TO CONFORM WITH LOCAL CODES, SUPPLIED BY CONTRACTOR
3
PLUMBING CENTRAL VACUUM TO THE UTILITY CENTER SHOULD BE SPECIFIED BY THE CENTRAL
VACUUM SUPPLIER AND TERMINATED IN UTILITY CENTER WITH 3/4 O.D. TUBE
PERPENDICULAR TO THE FLOOR, SIMILAR TO THE DRAIN CONNECTION
2
1
MAKE SURE ALL PLUMBING CONFORMS TO PREVAILING LOCAL CODES
LOCAL REGULATIONS PROVIDE THAT LICENSED PLUMBERS & ELECTRICIANS SHALL INSTALL UTILITIES
NOTES:
TERMINATE IN
1-1/2 INCH NOMINAL PIPE
1-1/2 NOMINAL PIPE
FOR GRAVITY DRAIN
OPTIONAL LOCATION
FOR CENTRAL VACUUM
FINISHED
FLOOR SURFACE
4.9
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ARE:
DECIMALS
.X = .020+
.XX = .010
+
.XXX= .005
+
MATERIAL
FINISH
FRACTIONS
X/X ±1/32
ANGULAR
±1°
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ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
17588 E Rowland ST, Suite 286
City of Industry, CA 91748
PH: 626-810-4337
FAX: 626-810-4245
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DATE:
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Mirage Delivery System
Diagrams and part numbers
Mirage Sector Head Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Part Number
52001
52002
52003
52004
52005
52005-C
52006
52006-C
52007
52008
52009
52010
52011
52012
52013
52014
52015
52016
52017
52018
52019
52020
52021
52022
52023
52024
52025
52026
52027
52028
52029
52030
52031
52032
52033
52034
52035
52036
52038
Description
Plate Base
Cover- Control Head
Hand piece Control Block
Tri-Block Diaphragm
Holder Asepsis (Cover)
Asepsis Holder Complete
Holder Syringe (Cover)
Syringe Holder Complete
Valve-Flow Control Needle
Push Button Momentary
On/Off Toggle 3-Way
Weight, Cover
Water Relay
Syringe Block Assembly
Break Push Button
Handle, Right
Bar Holder
Grommet
Gauge-Pressure
Hinge
Check Valve
Rod Holder Support
Oil Jar
Cap-Oil Jar
Oil Pad
Hex Screw-Oil Jar
Hex Nut Oil Jar
Stainless Steel Tray
Non Slip Pad
Screw, Button Head
Screw, Set Socket
Screw, Button Head
Screw, Button Head
Screw, Button Head
Screw, Button Head
Screw, Button Head
N.C. Valve
Hand Piece Tubing W/ Coupler
Syringe Tubing
Price$
$100.00
$100.00
$91.50
$16.00
$15.00
$30.00
$15.00
$25.00
$16.00
$17.00
$19.90
$12.00
$33.00
$19.90
$10.00
$25.95
$26.95
$1.95
$13.00
$3.95
$12.00
$19.95
$1.95
$.95
$Use Gauze
$1.95
$.95
$30.00
$3.00
$.95
$.95
$.95
$.95
$.95
$.95
$.95
$8.20
$24.00
$.70 Per Foot
Mirage Post Mount Utility Box
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
Part Number Description
Price$
53001
Frame, PMU
$95.00
53002
Support Plate –Clamp
$89.60
53003
Support Post
$99.00
53004
Front Cover
$30.00
53005
Rear Cover
$30.00
53006
Top Cover
$60.00
53007
Side Cover
$60.00
53008
Solids Collector body
$33.90
53009
Bracket, Solids Collector
$3.95
53010
Syringe Block Assembly
$19.90
53011
Water Bottle Air Regulator
$25.20
53012
Q.D. Outlet W/Shutoff
$14.00
52007
Flow Control Needle Valve
$16.00
53014
Toggle, Selector Valve
$14.20
53015
Umbilical Retainer Bracket
$3.95
53016
Trap Solids Collector
$1.95
53017
Cap, Solids Collector
$3.00
53018
O-Ring Solids Collector
$.60
53019
HVE Connector
$14.95
53020
SE Connector
$14.95
53021
Umbilical (Per Foot
$4.70
53022
Bottle Cap Assembly
$25.00
53023
Gasket Water Bottle
$2.80
53024
Water Bottle
$6.30
53025
Magnet
$2.95
53026
Screw Magnet
$.95
53027
Plate Magnet
$REF Part # 7
53028
Screw Plate Magnet
$REF Part #7
53029
Screw, Clamp Mount Allen
$1.95
53030
Spacer, Top Cover
$.50
53031
Washer, Top Cover
$.15
53032
Screw, Top Cover
$.25
53033
Screw, Rear/Front Cover
$.25
$.25
53034
Screw, Bracket – Umbilical
53035
Screw, Bottle Cap Assembly
$.25
53036
Screw, Solids Collector
$.25
53037
Screw, Bracket-Solids Collector
$.25
53038
Screw, Set Socket, Post
$.25
53039
Screw, Pan Head, Post
$.25
53040
Light Post Not Shown
$140.00
53041
4 Position Suction Holder
$44.40
53041-arm Tele Arm Only
$75.00
53041-C Complete Tele Arm W/ 4 pos Holder $200.00
Mirage Ridge Arm Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part Number
54051
54052
54053
54054
54055
54056
54057
54058
54059
Description
Ridge Arm
Bushing
Bearing
Friction Spacer
Cap Head Screw
Pin, Rotation Stop
Friction Set Screw
Bezel
Washer
Price$
Mirage Flex Arm Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Part Number
54001
54002
54003
54004
54005
54006
54007
54008
54009
54010
54011
54012
54013
54014
54015
54016
54017
54018
54019
54020
54021
Description
Bezel
Elevation Knuckle
Control Knuckle
Cover Flex Arm
Stabilizer Bar
End Cap, Flex Arm
Spring Compression
Tensioning Screw Cap
Air Break
Long Pin, Stabilizer
Washer (PKG 10)
Retainer (PKG 10)
Short Pin
Control Arm
Leveling Screw
Washer (PKG 10)
Washer (PGK 10)
Set Screw
Bearing
O-Ring Air Break
Retainer, Small (PKG 10)
Price$
$4.95
$20.00
$20.00
$100.00
$44.95
$19.00
$45.95
$15.00
$100.00
$3.95
$11.00
$3.00
$2.95
$100.00
$1.95
$11.00
$11.00
$.95
$45.95
$NA See #9
$3.00
Mirage Cuspidor – Post Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part Number
53000
53050
53051
53052
53053
53054
53055
53056
53057
53058
53059
Description
Post Mount Box Sub-Assembly
Cuspidor Sub-Assembly
Cap, Top Cover
Cup Fill Spout
Bowl Rinse Spout
Bezel, Spout
Cup Fill Boot
Bowl Rinse Boot
Bowl Strainer
Cuspidor Cove Cap
Cuspidor Locking Screws X2
Mirage Cuspidor Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Part Number
53071
53072
53073
53074
53075
53076
53077
53078
53079
53080
53081
52007
53083
53084
53085
53086
53087
53088
53089
53090
53091
53092
Description
Cuspidor
Chassis
Pivot Tube
Valve Bracket
Bracket, Socket Cup Fill
Bracket, Bowl- Socket
Control Valve
Socket Spout
Block
Bracket Pivot Mount
Pin
Needle Valve
Socket Bowl
Gasket
Drain Line
Vent Tube Assembly
Magnet
Bracket Magnet
Washer
Screw, Bracket Mount Allen
Screw, Socket Mount Philips
Screw, Bracket Cup Fill Allen
Mirage Utility Box Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Part Number
53101
53102
53103
53104
53105
53106
53107
53108
53109
53110
53111
53112
53113
53114
53115
53116
53117
53118
53119
Description
Bracket
Air Regulator
Water Regulator
Pressure Gauge
Air Pilot Valve
Water Pilot Valve
Air Filter
Water Filter
O-ring
Dome Nut
” Water Line
” Air line
Sleeve Clamp (PKG 10)
Frame, Utility Box
Cover, Utility Box
Foot Control W/SW
Foot Control W/O SW
F.C. Wet/Dry Toggle SW
J-Box Master Controls Complete
Price$
$12.00
$25.20
$25.20
$13.00
$44.00
$44.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.80
$5.00
$.48/FT
$.48/FT
$1.90
$40.00
$60.00
$80.00
$50.00
$1.00
$195.00
Suction Components
Model 2000HVE
No.
Part Number
1
HVEBC
2
HVELV
3
HVEVS
4
2000HVE
5
57392
6
67392
7
77392
Model 2000HVE Short
No.
Part Number Description
1
HVEBC
Base Connector
2
HVELV
Lever
3
HVEVS
Valve Spool
4
2000HVE
HVE Complete
5
57392
O-ring
6
67392
O-ring
7
77392
O-ring
Description
Base Connector
Lever
Valve Spool
HVE Complete
O-ring
O-ring
O-ring
Price
$10.00
$5.00
$7.00
$24.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
Price
$10.00
$5.00
$7.00
$24.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
Model 2000HVE
No.
Part Number
1
SEBC
2
SELV
3
SEVS
4
2000SE
5
57392
6
SE672-5
7
77392
Description
Base Connector
Lever
Valve Spool
Saliva Ejector
O-ring
O-ring 5PK
O-ring
Price
$10.00
$5.00
$7.00
$24.00
$1.00
$5.00
$1.00
Operation and Maintenance Instructions
Dental Delivery System
Table of Contents
Introduction and Overview .......................................................... 3
Unit Controls Description
Dental Delivery System Control Head ................................. 4
Dental Delivery System Cuspidor ........................................ 5
Dental Delivery System Wet / Dry Foot Control ................. 5
Dental Delivery System Post Mounted Utility Center .......... 5
Dental Delivery System Vacuum Utilities ............................. 6
Dental Delivery System Clean Water System ....................... 6
General Operation Adjustments
Handpiece Air Coolant ........................................................ 8
Handpiece Water Coolant .................................................... 8
Drive Air Pressure ................................................................ 9
Syringe Air / Water Flow ...................................................... 9
Unit Flex Arm Tension Adjustment ...................................... 9
Delivery Unit Care
Control Head and Flex Arm ............................................... 11
Handpiece Flush (Waterline Asepsis) ................................. 11
Disinfectant ....................................................................... 12
Sterilization ........................................................................ 13
Assistant’s Package Care
Cuspidor Assembly ............................................................ 14
Vacuum Utilities ................................................................ 14
Cleaning of Solids Collector ............................................... 14
Warranty ...................................................................................... 16
TPC Advanced Technology
Page 1
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TPC Advanced Technology
Dental Delivery System Introduction
The TPC Dental Delivery System is a modern highly efficient dental delivery system
designed for efficiency and convenience in the dental operatory. The unit is shipped
pre-assembled and tested, ready for immediate installation.
This manual contains detailed information about the operation and maintenance of
your delivery system. Carefully following these instructions will assure that your system
will give you years of reliable service as well as being covered under the manufacturers’
warranty.
The Dental Delivery System features a three handpiece automatic control system.
The system is a post mounted unit that may be installed with or without cuspidor.
The control head is mounted on a movable arm system that allows a full range of
vertical and horizontal movement. The air operated brake mechanism locks the arm
against vertical movement once it is set into position.
TPC Advanced Technology
Page 3
Unit Controls Description
All operating controls are located on the underside of the unit control head. This
location was chosen to reduce contamination via air-borne contaminants.
Dental Delivery System Control Head
Master On/Off Toggle
This toggle turns the unit on. It activates the air and
water shut-off valves which control the air and water
supplies to the delivery unit. The location of the toggle
is on the right underside of the unit head near the
center.
Shown with Optional Viewer
Always turn the Master On/Off Toggle to the “OFF”
position when the operatory is unoccupied. This will
ensure protection against damage resulting from water leakage from the delivery unit.
Air Coolant Control Valve
Control of coolant air to the handpiece is adjusted by turning the valve counterclockwise
to increase air flow, clockwise to decrease. The location of this valve is on the left
underside of the unit head near the center.
Water Coolant Flow Control Valve
Each water control valve adjusts the amount of water supplied to it’s handpiece. The
control valves are positioned to correspond with the handpiece layout. The location
of this valve is on the front underside of the unit head next to each corresponding
handpiece holder.
Handpiece Flush Control Toggle
This is a momentary toggle that flushes out the handpieces with coolant water when
activated. Hold the handpieces over cuspidor or other suitable container and activate
and hold the toggle for at least 20 seconds to flush out the handpieces. The location
of this valve is on the right underside of the unit head near the front.
Air Brake Button
The button is located on the end of the control head handle. The momentary valve
activates and releases the air brake in the control arm when adjusting the height of the
control head. Once it is placed in the desired position release the button to lock the
delivery system arm against vertical movement.
Handpiece Autoholders
Handpiece selection is automatic. The holders contain actuator valves that allow the
operation of the specific handpiece that is lifted from its holder, without the need for
a manual selector.
Page 4
TPC Advanced Technology
Dental Delivery System Cuspidor (Optional)
The Dental Delivery System cuspidors are equipped
with timed bowl rinse and manually actuated cup
filler. Both functions are controlled by buttons on
the top of the cuspidor housing.
Bowl Rinse Toggle
This momentary push button valve activates the bowl
rinse function. The bowl will rinse for 30 seconds
before automatically shutting off. This membrane
switch is located on the top left surface of cuspidor
near the center
Cup Filler Toggle
This momentary push button valve activates the cup filler, set to fill a 5 ounce cup
full. This membrane switch is located on the top right surface of cuspidor near the
center.
Wet / Dry Foot Control
Each dental unit is equipped with a variable speed, disc type foot control. Foot pressure
on any part of the disc controls the flow of air to the active handpiece. A signal relay
within the foot control simultaneously activates the air and water coolant.
Water Coolant On/Off Toggle
Or wet/dry toggle, interrupts the flow of water coolant to the handpieces when
performing a procedure that requires dry cutting.
Dental Delivery System Post-Mounted Utility Center
Water Flow Control Valve
This control valve adjusts the flow from the water outlet.
This control valve is located at the front of the utility center
above the city water switch and below the air and water
quick disconnects. Turn the knob counterclockwise to open
(increase) and clockwise to close (decrease).
Water Outlet
The water outlet accepts a 1/4" male quick disconnect
fitting. This fitting is located at the front of the utility
center above the Water Flow Control Valve on the left side
next to the Air Outlet.
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Air Outlet:
The air outlet accepts a 3/8” male quick disconnect fitting. This fitting is located at
the front of the utility center above the Water Flow Control Valve on the right side
next to the Water Outlet.
City / Bottle Selector Switch
This toggle allows user to switch between city water supply and bottle water supply.
The toggle switch is located below the Water Flow Control Valve on the front of the
utility center.
Dental Delivery System Vacuum Utilities
The Dental Delivery System features the assistant’s instrument holder on a pull-out
arm mounted to the post. The instrument holder accommodates a saliva ejector valve,
(2) HVE, valve and three way syringe.
Solids Collector
The solids collector screens particulates introduced to the system through the saliva
ejector and high vacuum ejector. The solids collector is located at the top of the utility
center in the center. The strainer screen must be cleaned and disinfected or replaced
at least once a week.
Dental Delivery System Clean Water System
Each delivery unit comes equipped with a self contained bottle
system. This is an excellent way to ensure a clean and safe
environment for your patients. By using the water bottle you
can control the quality of water that enters the lines and reduce
the risk of contamination. Each system is equipped with a
city / bottle selector switch allowing the user to choose the
source of water to the syringe and handpiece.
The water bottle uses 40 psi pressurized air to supply water to
the syringe and handpieces. The cup filler and cuspidor bowl
rinse remains on a separate line and receives its water supply
from the office plumbing.
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To Use the Water Bottle
• Make sure the unit master switch is in the “OFF” position while the water bottle
is removed.
•
Fill the water bottle, then attach to the threaded pressure cap. Be careful not to
overtighten the bottle.
•
Turn the unit back on again and check for any leaks in the bottle connection.
If any air or water leaks occur, turn the unit off and allow it to depressurize
before retightening the bottle.
•
When changing or refilling the bottle, remember to turn off the system and allow
several seconds for the unit to depressurize.
WARNING
Do not use any bottle other than the pressurized bottle provided.
Never use standard soft drink bottles, which may fail under pressure.
Do not attempt to adjust the water pressure, which is pre-set at the factory.
Pressurizing the bottle over 40 psi may cause it to rupture.
Other Uses:
The water bottle is also an effective tool in reducing the growth of biofilm and
maintaining waterline asepsis. It may be filled with waterline treatment products as
well as air to purge remaining water.
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General Operation Adjustments
ALERT
Always be aware of the following items when making handpiece adjustments:
Never operate any handpiece without a bur in the chuck. When there is no bur
in place, parts of the chuck are loose, causing the turbine to be out of balance,
potentially damaging the handpiece. Also, avoid running the handpiece at full
speed or for more than a few seconds at a time when not actually cutting teeth.
Handpiece Air Coolant Adjustment
The air coolant flow control will affect all of the handpiece positions in unison. Since
the air coolant characteristics of most handpieces are similar, one setting is normally
acceptable for all of your handpieces.
Note that some handpieces draw their air coolant from the drive air. These include
any handpiece that uses a 2-hole handpiece tubing, as well as some that have a coaxial
connector. These handpieces will not be affected by the air coolant adjustment.
1.
On the foot control, flip the wet/ dry toggle OFF. Install a bur in the handpiece
that you are going to run while making this adjustment.
2.
Step on the foot control to run the handpiece at half speed. While the handpiece
is running, turn the air coolant flow control to achieve the desired flow.
Handpiece Water Coolant Adjustment
The water coolant characteristics vary significantly from one handpiece to another, so
individual flow controls are provided.
1.
After adjusting the air coolant as described above, flip the wet/ dry toggle on the
foot control to ON. Install a bur in the handpiece for which you are making this
adjustment.
2.
Turn the water coolant flow control knob clockwise to its stop. Step on the foot
control to run the handpiece at medium speed. Gradually open the flow control
(counter- clockwise) until a fine mist appears around the bur.
3.
This setting achieves optimum cooling, while minimizing the creation of
potentially hazardous aerosols.
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Drive Air Pressure Adjustment
Maximum handpiece speed is controlled by adjusting the drive air pressure. The
adjusting screws and pressure gauge are located inside the control head. There is a
separate adjusting screw for each handpiece.
1.
Lift the unit head cover from the front. Pull unit cover up until internal component
are exposed.
2.
Identify the drive air gauge and the drive air adjusting screws on the control
block.
3.
Install a bur in the handpiece you are going to adjust. The adjusting screws
should correspond in sequence with the positions of the handpieces on the hanger
bar. Use a small straight slot screwdriver to make the adjustment.
4.
Run the handpiece, while turning the adjusting screw (clockwise to decrease
pressure, counter-clockwise to increase) to achieve the manufacturer’s
recommended maximum pressure with the foot control fully depressed.
IMPORTANT
The drive air gauge in the control head reads pressure at the control block.
Because of the normal restrictions in tubings and connectors, the pressure
delivered to the handpiece will be approximately 15 psi less than shown on this
gauge. Take this into account when using the built-in gauge.
Syringe Flow Adjustment
Adjusting screws allow you to control the flow of air and water from the syringe to
prevent splashing and to achieve a desirable mist pattern.
1.
Use a 3/32 inch hex key to make the syringe flow adjustment. Identify which
adjusting screw is for air and which is for water by the color of the tubing connected
to the block. Blue is water, yellow is air.
Flex Arm Balance Adjustment
The flex arm balance should be adjusted to accommodate the amount of weight that
you normally have on the handpiece control, so that the control head does not drift
up or down when the arm brake toggle is released.
1.
Remove end Arm Caps from each end of the straight horizontal flex arm. Locate
the spring adjusting nut.
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•
Insert a straight slot screw driver or automotive brake adjusting tool into the hole
to engage the notches on the adjusting nut. Use a prying motion against the
sides of the slot to turn the nut and adjust the spring tension.
•
Turn the nut clockwise to increase the spring tension and load-carrying capacity
of the arm. Counter-clockwise will decrease the spring tension.
•
Release the arm brake to test the setting, and make further adjustments as needed
to achieve the desired balance.
•
Re-install the plastic end caps when the adjustment is complete.
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Delivery Unit Care
Infection control in the dental office continues to be a high priority for our customers
and end users. OSHA, the ADA and the CDC are also involved in this complex issue.
Barrier Technique
The Manufacturer strongly advocates that the barrier technique be used whenever
possible to preserve the finish and appearance of the equipment. Wherever possible,
disposable barriers should be used and changed between patients. The barrier technique
will ensure maximum long term durability of the surfaces and finishes of the equipment.
Chemical Disinfection
Regardless of the chemical disinfectant used, it is imperative that the equipment be
thoroughly washed with mild soap and warm water at least once per day. This wash
down will minimize the harmful effects of chemical disinfectant residues being allowed
to accumulate on the equipment.
When using chemical disinfectants, always pay strict attention to the manufacturer's
disinfectant directions. When using concentrated disinfectants, measure the concentrate
carefully and mix according to package directions. Disinfectants solutions that are
relatively harmless to surfaces at their recommended strengths can be corrosive at
higher that recommended dilution ratios.
Control Head and Flex Arm
The control head, arm and post mounted utility housing can be cleaned with a solution
of mild detergent and warm water. A variety of surface disinfectants are available for
use in dental treatment rooms. Some of these can cause discoloration of painted,
plated or anodized surfaces with repeated use. This can be minimized by careful
adherence to the disinfectant manufacturer's instructions and by frequent washing
with soap and water.
Waterline Asepsis
At the end of every day, the lines should be purged with air to reduce the growth of
biofilm. The Dental Delivery System control unit is equipped with a handpiece flush
system that allows you to periodically flush fresh water through the handpiece tubings.
The need for this is that the low flow of water through the tubings during normal use
can lead to stagnation and the potential growth of biofilm contamination.
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The weekly cleaning procedure should be performed at least once a week, preferably
at the start of the week before treating patients. If the unit is to be stored for any
length of time, perform the weekly maintenance routine immediately before and after
storage.
1.
Purge the unit with air.
2.
Flush the system with disinfectant solution
3.
Allow the disinfectant to remain in the unit for 10 to 20 minutes, then flush the
system again until all the solution is used up.
4.
Purge the unit with air.
5.
Fill the unit with clean water.
Disinfecting and Sterilization
The use of chemical disinfecting agents is not necessary if the instrument is going to
be sterilized. While their use may be easy and quick, it is important to know the
effectiveness of any chemical disinfectant against the various agents of infection that
may be encountered.
Table 1
Unacceptable Disinfectants
These disinfectants will harm the surface finishes of
dental equipment and are not recommended. Use of
these products will void your warranty.
Conditionally Acceptable Disinfectants
These disinfectants have been found to be the least
harmful to the equipment surfaces by our test
methods.
Chemical Composition
Trade Names
Chemical Composition
Trade Names
Strong Phenols/
Phenol-Alcohol
combinations
Lysol, Lysol 2, Lysol
Professional, Coe Foam, Coe
Spray Pump, Vitaphene, Omni II
Iodophors**
Biocide, Aseptic-IDC,
Wescodyne, SD5, Promedyne,
Iodo-Five
Sodium Hypochlorite/
Household Bleach
Clorox, Ajax, Purex
Mild Phenols
Procide ES, Asepti-Steryl
Aerosol
Glutaraldehyde/
Phenol Sprays
Sterall Spray, Coldspor
Synergized Super
Quat
Dis-cide, Cavicide, Kleenaseptic
Phenol/Water Sprays
Top-Cide, Sporicidin Pump Spray
Birex se
Alcohol
Household Cleaners
*The Manufacturer makes no representation as to the disinfectant efficacy of these products. We make no warranty expressed or
implied that these disinfectants will not damage the surface finishes. Damage and discoloration of the surface finishes are not
covered under the warranty.
**Iodophor-based disinfectants will cause yellow staining on many surfaces. Regular washing with soap and water will minimize
this staining. Iodophor neutralizers such as Promedyne are also available.
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While none of the products listed in Table 1 will adversely affect the performance of
your instruments, most chemical disinfectants can be expected to cause some degree
of discoloration. This can be minimized by frequent cleaning with soap and water,
and in the case of Iodophors, regular use of Iodophor Neutralizers.
Sterilization
Any of the following sterilization methods may be safely used on your vacuum
instruments:
•
Steam Autoclave
•
Ethylene Oxide Gas
•
Chemical Vapor Process
Do not allow the instruments to come into contact with the walls of the sterilizer.
Avoid placing the instruments in close proximity to the sterilizer heating element.
Dry heating sterilization is not recommended because of the difficulty in maintaining
the precise temperature control necessary to prevent damage to the instruments.
Do not microwave vacuum instruments or syringes as this may cause internal damage
to your microwave oven.
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Assistant’s Package Care
Cuspidor
Daily care of the cuspidor bowl and components should be a regular part of the
equipment cleaning schedule.
After Each Patient
Rinse the cuspidor bowl thoroughly by pouring a few cups of water down the drain.
This will flush out the drain lines and prevent material from accumulating.
Vacuum Utilities
Daily care of the vacuum utilities and components should be a regular part of the
equipment cleaning schedule.
After Each Patient
Draw clear water through each valve while opening and closing it several times. Leave
the valve open for several seconds to allow all of the water to clear the hoses. The
HVE and SE tips should always be replaced with sterile ones before each patient.
At the End of Each Day
It is recommended that a vacuum system sanitizing solution be drawn through each
valve while opening and closing it.
Cleaning the Solids Collector
At least once a day, the solids collector screen should be removed for cleaning. Turn
off the vacuum pump. Remove the solids collector cap and lift out the screen. If there
is an excessive amount of material in the screen, more frequent cleaning is necessary.
Cleaning
Clean the external surfaces of the vacuum instruments using a solution of mild detergent
and warm water. Thoroughly rinse the syringe with clear water, then dry with a soft,
lint-free cloth.
Ultrasonic cleaning is not recommended, as the chemicals used may damage the surface
finishes of the instrument.
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Sterilization
Remove each valve from its tubing for sterilization. A vacuum plug may be inserted
into the quick disconnect while there is no valve in place. In any situation involving
high risk patients, it is recommended that the instruments be removed for sterilization
after every patient.
As Needed
Disassemble the valve and lubricate the internal parts when operation becomes stiff or
sticky. Clean the inner surfaces and apply a small amount of O-ring lubricant to the
moving parts and O-rings.
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Warranty
TPC Advanced Technology equipment is warranted by the manufacturer to be free
from defective material and workmanship under normal use and service, for a
period of one (1) year* from date of shipment to the Buyer, except that any part or
parts that are replaced under this Warranty within ninety (90) days of the completion
of the two year period shall be warranted to be free from defective material and
workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days from date of shipment of said parts
to Buyer. TPC Advanced Technology will repair or replace any defective part under
this Warranty, provided the part is returned to our factory with prepaid postage,
delivery or freight charges. In the event Warranty service must be performed to
correct any defect, only TPC Advanced Technology and / or one of its authorized
dealers shall provide same upon mutually agreeable arrangements made in advance.
Except as otherwise provided herein, there is NO WARRANTY, representation or
condition of ANY KIND, express or implied (including NO WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS) and none shall be implied by law. THE
EXPRESS WARRANTY AND THE REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN (1)
ARE MADE SOLELY TO THE FIRST PURCHASER FOR BENEFICIAL USE
(THE BUYER), (2) ARE THE SOLE WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES, (3)
ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES,
AGREEMENTS OR OTHER LIABILITIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, AND ALL OTHER REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY
OR ANY OTHER LIABILITY OF TPC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY. IN
NO EVENT SHALL TPC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BE LIABLE FOR
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES.
No person, agent, distributor or dealer is authorized to change, modify or extend
the terms of the Warranty in any manner, whatsoever.
This Warranty is void when failure or defect is caused by conditions beyond the
manufacturer’s control, such as damage resulting from mishandling, neglect, misuse,
improper maintenance, accident or alteration or repair by anyone other than TPC
Advanced Technology or an authorized TPC Advanced Technology dealer.
Labor is required to repair, replace or retrofit is not included during the warranty
period by the manufacturer.
TPC Advanced Technology Dental Units have a 1 year warranty from the date of
shipment to the Buyer.
TPC Advanced Technology
(626) 810-4337 • (800) 560-8222 • Fax (626) 810-4245
www.tpcdental.com
[email protected]
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