Midmark Modular, Ritter - Modular, Integra™ Sterilization Cabinetry - Steri-Center Specification

Midmark Modular, Ritter - Modular, Integra™ Sterilization Cabinetry - Steri-Center Specification
Casework
Installation
Manual
Enclosed
Section E
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Please deliver to installation
team immediately
003-1643-00 Rev. S (5/13/13)
Casework Installation
Applies to: Midmark 3" casework
Ritter 3" casework
Special Tools:
Refer to page 6
(Midmark Casework Shown)
MA729400i
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003-1643-00 Rev. S (5/13/13)
Modular Casework Limited Warranty
Scope of Warranty
Midmark Corporation warrants to the original purchaser its Midmark Modular Casework products manufactured by Midmark to be free from defects
in material and workmanship under normal interior use and service. Midmark’s obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement,
at Midmark’s option, of the parts or the products the defects of which are reported to Midmark within the applicable warranty period and which upon
examination by Midmark prove to be defective.
Applicable Warranty Period
The applicable warranty period, measured from the date of delivery to the original user, shall be as follows:
A. Five years for all Midmark Brand products and components (except for the shorter periods in C and D), including door and drawer fronts, casters and
electrical components such as task lights and cords.
B. Three years for all Ritter by Midmark Brand products and components (except for the shorter period in D), including door and drawer fronts,
casters and electrical components such as task lights and cords.
C. Three years for task light ballast.
D. One year for plastic laminate top surfaces and accessories.
Exclusions
This warranty does not cover sinks, faucets and plumbing accessories. Any warranties on these items are extended directly by the manufacturer of these
items to the original purchaser. Information on these manufacturers’ warranties will be enclosed with the applicable products. Also, Midmark will furnish
copies of any of the warranties extended by any such manufacturers upon request.
This warranty does not cover and Midmark shall not be liable for: (1) repairs and replacements required because of misuse, abuse, negligence, alteration,
accident, freight damage or tampering; (2) matching of color, grain or texture except to commercially acceptable standards; (3) changes in color caused by
natural or artificial light; (4) products which are not installed, used and properly cleaned as required in Midmark written Installation Manual; (5) specially
manufactured products; (6) products considered to be of a consumable nature such as light bulbs and surge suppression products; (7) accessories or parts
not manufactured by Midmark; (8) charges by anyone (including Midmark’s authorized dealers) for adjustments, repairs, replacement parts, installation or
other work performed upon or in connection with such products which is not expressly authorized in writing in advance by Midmark.
Exclusive Remedy
Midmark’s only obligation under this warranty is the repair or replacement of defective parts. Midmark shall not be liable for any direct, special, indirect,
incidental, exemplary or consequential damages or delay.
No Authorization
No person or firm is authorized to create for Midmark any other obligation or liability in connection with the products.
THIS WARRANTY IS MIDMARK’S ONLY WARRANTY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. MIDMARK MAKES NO
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS
WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PARTS.
RGA Policy
Midmark/Ritter Modular Casework is built to order. This restricts Midmark from receiving product back into inventory.
Therefore Midmark cannot issue RGA’s (Returned Good Authorization) without a severe penalty.
CUSTOM ITEMS CANNOT BE RETURNED.
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Table of Contents
Important Information
Limited Warranty ...................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Safety ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Explanation of Safety Signals .................................................................................................................................................. 5
Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Model Number ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Receiving Truck / Shipment ...................................................................................................................................................... 6
Tools Needed ........................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Installation Instructions
Installation of Wood Grain Panels ............................................................................................................................................ 9
Corner Overhead Cabinet Installation ...................................................................................................................................... 9
Overhead Cabinet Installation ................................................................................................................................................ 10
Overhead Cabinet Door Adjustment and Shelf Installation .................................................................................................... 11
Sloping Tops Installation ........................................................................................................................................................ 12
Steri Tower Sloping Top Installation ....................................................................................................................................... 13
Overhead Corner Bracket Assembly Installations / 13" Corner Sloping Top Installation ........................................................ 14
Tall Unit Corner Sloping Top Installation ................................................................................................................................ 15
Filler Panels Adjustments and Installation ............................................................................................................................. 16
Base Cabinet Installation ....................................................................................................................................................... 17
Drawer Replacement / Adjustments and Shelf Adjustments (Midmark) ................................................................................ 19
Drawer Replacement / Adjustments and Shelf Adjustments (Ritter) ..................................................................................... 20
Installation / Removal of Door & Drawer Pulls ....................................................................................................................... 21
Metal End Caps ..................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Corner Brackets ..................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Ultrasonic Cleaner Casework ................................................................................................................................................ 23
Faucet Control........................................................................................................................................................................ 23
84" Sterilizer Casework / End Panel Installation .................................................................................................................... 24
Glove and Towel Dispenser ................................................................................................................................................... 25
Desk Unit & Leg Installation
Independent Desk Unit with Cleats ..................................................................................................................................... 26
Desk Unit Under Continuous Countertop ............................................................................................................................ 26
Desk Unit with Leg(s) .......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Desk Unit with Leg(s) with Wood Grain Panels ................................................................................................................... 27
Desk Unit with One Leg Installation .................................................................................................................................... 28
Open Area Countertop Support Installation ........................................................................................................................ 29
Drop Down Countertop with Desk Leg Install ..................................................................................................................... 29
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Countertop Installation
Postformed Laminate Top .................................................................................................................................................... 30
Self Edge Top Surface Backsplash ..................................................................................................................................... 31
Top Surface Side Splash ..................................................................................................................................................... 31
Corner Countertop Installation ............................................................................................................................................ 31
Sink Apron Panel Installation ................................................................................................................................................. 32
ADA Sink Cabinet Installation ................................................................................................................................................ 33
ADA Sink Cabinet Installation w/ adjacent Base Cabinet(s) .................................................................................................. 34
ADA Sink Clearance Dimensions .......................................................................................................................................... 35
File Drawer and Pull-out Trash Can Caution .......................................................................................................................... 36
Sink Installation...................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Accessories
Waste Grommet...................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Dressing Nook ....................................................................................................................................................................... 37
General Finish Requirements
Finishing Touches, Adjustment of Shelves, Drawer Dividers, Cleaning ................................................................................. 37
Lock Information
Midmark Lock Kits .................................................................................................................................................................. 38
Ritter Lock Kits ....................................................................................................................................................................... 38
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Safety
Model Number
A primary concern of Midmark is that this equipment be operated and maintained with the safety of the users in mind. To assure safer and more reliable
operation, do the following: (1) Read this manual before operating your equipment; (2) Assure that appropriate personnel understand the contents of this
manual--responsibility of the purchaser; (3) Understand the instructions
contained in this manual before attempting to install this equipment.
Midmark uses a product part number for the cabinets that has a detailed
structure.
The Midmark Model Number
M = Midmark
Explanation of Symbols
R = Rittter
X = Universal
Caution
C = Casework
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may result
in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert
unsafe practices.
S = Standard Configuration
Equipment Alert
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in
equipment damage.
MC-SBS001-243618
Note
Amplifies a procedure, practice, or condition.
Width, Height, Depth
Introduction
Configuration Number
This installation guide has been prepared to assist in the installation of
Midmark modular casework. Careful and proper installation of these units are
in the best interest of the Customer, Distributor, and Midmark. Following
these instructions will assure proper installation and will simplify the task.
A = Accessory
C = Corner
F = File
B= Base
F = Freestanding
Special conditions may be encountered that are not described in this manual.
Should this occur during an installation, contact your local distributor for
assistance or Midmark at 1-800-643-6275.
D = Desk
H = Hanging
M = Mobile
L = Light - Duty
N = Narcotics
O = Overhead
P = Storage
S = Specialty
Attention!
For OSHPD Regulated Installations, please go to
www.midmark.com to download the appropriate
OSHPD Pre-Approval and Installation documents.
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T = Tall
S = Sink
M = Mobile
Z = Specialty
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Receiving Truck / Shipment
Parking Lot
The following will assist the installer or dealer in getting the truck to the dock and
unloaded. It will be necessary for the installer to be on site prior to the trucks arrival,
so that the best point of delivery for the product can be determined.
Blanket
Wrapped
Cabinet
If the installer has been given an exact time of arrival and the truck does not
arrive on time, the foreman must notify Midmark within eight hours. Midmark
will not be liable for any charges if notified later than eight hours of the
scheduled arrival time.
Blankets
Label
Equipment Alert
While unloading truck, make sure to avoid damage to the
cabinets. Do not use sharp objects to cut packaging from the
cabinets.
All wrapped products must be unwrapped from the blankets in the trailer. The
blankets and rubber bands need to be returned to the trailer prior to the trailer
leaving the site. All boxed products will remain in the boxes until installation. (See
Figure 5.)
The cabinets and top surfaces may be wrapped in blankets or boxed. The product will
have labels marked for model number, description, color, date, room number,
area, floor and will have a line drawing of the cabinet. (See Figure 6, next page)
IF ANY PRODUCT APPEARS TO HAVE DAMAGE DUE TO FREIGHT, PLEASE
NOTE IT ON THE "BILL OF LADING".
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Unwrapped
Cabinet
Furniture Dolly
Figure 5
Sidewalk
Attached to packaging
Shipping Address:
Wells Clinic
2525 Main Street
Versailles, Ohio 45380
Build Date:
01/01/06
Sales Order:
55555555
Line Number:
2
Model Number
BV-MLDSP_235
Item Number:
BV-MLDSP_235*210303
BILL OF MATERIAL
BV-MLDSP-235
1
31100-00096
1
002-0799-287
1
002-0941-40-235
1
003-1581-00
1
027-0519-00
1
30100-01470
1
30100-01538
1
30300-01275
1
30300-01294
1
QTY
DESCRIPTION
CASEWORK BEST VALUE LH 2 DR
LH SINK TOP, splash Opt Class
LH Snk, Splash Kit-Caldera Grey
INSERTS, 5-24/4-12, BLUEBERRY/PACIF
INSTALLATION INSTR, EXAM CASEWORK
PACKAGING, EXAM CSWRK, BOXED
48.0 x 36 x 18 SINK EXAM -LH
48INx24INx14in OVERHEAD
11.81x28.5 VINYL DOOR-LH
11.81 x 17.05 VINYL DORR-RH
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BILL OF MATERIAL
30300-01295
1
30300-01304
1
30300-01369
1
30300-01370
1
30400-000385
1
30400-00391
1
30500-00328
2
30600-00315
1
30600-00358
1
**CONTINUED***
Midmark Corporation, Versailles, Ohio 45380-0286
1-800-MIDMARK www.midmark.com
Sales Order:
55555
Line Number
2
Build Date 02/09/06
Model Number BV-MLDSP_235
Item Number
BV-MLDSP_235*210303
Room:
Elevation:
QTY
DESCRIPTION
11.81 x 17.05 VINYL DOOR-LH
11.81 x 28.50 VINYL WASTE DOOR-RH
23.69 x 24.00 VNYL DOOR-RH
23.69 x 24.00 VNYL DOOR LH
24x18x1.63 DRAWER (053-0563-03)
24x18x4.13 DRAWER (053-0517-03)
SHELF W/HDWRE 47.75 x 13.00
24inx18in BOTTOM (PB)
24x18 EXAM SINK BOTTOM-LH
Attached to packaging
Attached inside of cabinet
Versailles, Ohio 45380-0286
Wells Clinic
2525 Main Street
Shipping Address:
Sales Order:
55555
Line Number
2
Model Number BV-MLDSP_235*210303
Midmark Corporation, Versailles, Ohio 45380-0286
1-800-MIDMARK www.midmark.com
Attached to back of cabinet
Room:
Elevation:
Work Order: Case25000
Locks
Room:
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6925
LN2
Once the product is off of the truck, the installer will distribute each product to the applicable areas with an installer-provided standard furniture dolly.
Equipment Alert
Do not scratch the floorings during transport into the
designated room.
It is very important that the installer contact the distributor as soon as possible if the site has received any products that are damaged.
Damaged products must be noted on the Bill of Lading that they were received damaged.
The installer must notify Midmark Corporation in writing within 24 hours of delivery of any missing product from the bill of lading or original order.
The installer/distributor is fully responsible for filing freight claims.
It is extremely important to file the packing list for your company's and the distributors project management records.
TOOLS NEEDED
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
n)
o)
p)
q)
r)
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t)
u)
v)
w)
x)
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Socket wrench with a 1/4" socket (6 point)
Screws (for hanging overheads)
Cordless drill
Jig Saw (reciprocating variable speed/variable pitch)
Belt sander
Measuring tape
Electric drill (optional)
Shop vacuum
Miter box
Circular saw
Rubber mallet (for adjusting seams gently)
Hammer
Vice grips
Rivet tool
Nut-Sert installation tool
Pencils
Utility knife
Open-end wrench (for dogbones)
Screwdriver set
Putty knife
Stud finder (optional)
Wood drill bits
Metal drill bits (5/32" a must)
Hole saws (assorted sizes)
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y)
z)
aa)
bb)
cc)
dd)
ee)
ff)
gg)
hh)
ii)
jj)
kk)
ll)
mm)
nn)
C-clamps/Miscellaneous clamps
Level (2-foot level or Torpedo level)
Heat gun
Assorted screws (for wood use, i.e., 1", 1-5/8", 2")
Mollies ( i.e., Ernhart band, size 6S)
Chalk line, Chalk
Caulk, Caulk gun
Contact cement (for laminate)
Construction adhesive
Phillips bits (for Magnetic bit holder)
Metal files--flat and round (for cutting around plumbing and flashing)
Saw horses
Wood file
Compass
Laminate trimmer
Hammer drill w/ 1/4" bit for masonry anchor
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Installation of Wood Grain End Panels
for Overhead and Base Units (optional)
Corner Overhead Cabinet
Installation
Narrow
Wide
Step 1: Installing on RH side, drill out
nutserts with 9/32" bit. If installing
on LH side, go to step 2.
Step 1: Measuring down from
Step 2: Place end panel, with
ceiling, mark desired
height of overhead
cabinet (must be a min. Ceiling
3" (7.6 cm) from ceiling).
magnets to rear of cabinet.
Panel should be aligned
with cabinet edges.
6" (min)
(15.2 cm)
3" (min)
(7.6 cm)
(RH Side)
(LH Side)
1 5/8"
(4.1 cm)
Step 3: Install#10 x 5/8"
screws. (supplied).
Step 2: Measure down 1 5/8" (4.1 cm)
from mark made in Step 1.
Note: Keep bracket at least 6"
(15.2 cm) away form corner.
Step 3: Line up bottom of hanging bracket with mark
made in Step 2 and secure with hardware (not
supplied). Installer must hit stud with at least
one screw per bracket. Use wall anchor where
studs are not available.
Note: Place narrow corner of bracket into corner.
Step 4: Hang the overhead cabinet securely
on bracket.
MA724800i
MA778200i
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Overhead Cabinet Installation
Step 5: Hang the overhead cabinet securely
on hanging bracket.
Step 4: Line up bottom of hanging bracket with mark and
secure with hardware (not supplied). Use shims if
wall is not true. Installer must hit stud with at
least one screw per bracket. Use wall anchor
where studs are not available. Note: Depending
on width of overhead unit, an appropriate
bracket for mounting overhead is included.
Ceiling
3" (min)
(7.6 cm)
2 1/2"
(6.4 cm)
Step 2: Measure up from highest point of
floor and mark at desired height
of overhead cabinet (must be 3"
(7.6 cm) from ceiling).
Step 3: Measure down 1 5/8" (4.1 cm) and mark
1 5/8"
(4.1 cm)
2 1/2"
(6.4 cm)
Shim
for hanging brackets. Use level to extend
mark. If hanging adjacent cabinets allow
2.5" between bracket and each adjacent
cabinet.
NOTE:
If necessary, level bottom of
overhead with shims and double
sided tape (not supplied).
NOTE:
Facility Construction:
- Stud walls (standard) use #12 x 2 wood screws
(coarse threaded).
- Steel studded walls use sheet metal screws.
- Hollow type or masonary walls use 1/4" machine
screw expansion anchors of adequate length. A
3/16" short molly or other type fastener may be
used if predrilled.
- Rough solid concrete or brick wall use #12
round head wood screw or a specialized masonary
fastener.
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Step 1: Find highest point of floor.
Edge of
Floor
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MA723701i
Overhead Cabinet Door
Adjustment and Shelf
Installation
Depth Adjustment
Turn cam screw to move panel front
to back.
Step 2: Install shelf brackets and
Vertical Adjustment
Loosen screws on both
hinges, move up or down,
and retighten screw.
Horizontal Adjustment
Turn cam screw to
move panel side to
side.
shelves supplied in overhead.
Step 3: Install hole plugs supplied
in overhead.
Step 1: Adjust doors if necessary
(recommended gap is 1/16"
[1.6mm]).
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MA723900i
Sloping Top Installation
Step 1: Slide end brackets into sloping top.
Position end bracket(s).
Secure with screws.
Step 2: Position remaining bracket
on center holes.
Secure with screws.
Middle Support
Optional:
Step 4: Mount sloping top to
cabinet with screws.
Note
On length of 6' and above middle support
will be required.
Step 3: Secure with screws.
If this does not apply go to
next step.
Slide On
End Brackets
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17" & 23" Tall Tower Sloping
Top Installation
Step 2: Slide end cap under loosened
screws. Retighten screws to
secure end cap to top of cabinet.
(Repeat for other end cap)
Step 1: Loosen screws that are
in top of cabinet.
Step 4: Place sloping top
onto end caps.
MA764200i
Optional:
Step 3: Remove tape backing
from back of sloping top.
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Overhead Corner Bracket
Assembly Installation
13" Corner Sloping
Top Installation
Step 3: Mount Hanging Bracket with
Step 1: Secure two sloping
mesurements from step 2.
top corners together
with screws.
Hanging
Bracket
Sloping Top
Corners
Step 3: Mount end caps to
corner bracket
assembly with
four screws.
Step 2: Measure from edge of
Corner Bracket Assembly
to Overhead Opening.
Overhead
Opening
Support
Brackets
Step 2: Secure two support
brackets to assembled
two piece sloping
top corner.
Corner
Bracket
Assembly
Corner
Bracket
Assembly
Step 4: Lay Corner Sloping Top
onto Support Brackets.
Step 1: Secure Corner Bracket
Assembly to cabinet
with screws.
MA8204i
Step 4: Hang Overhead Cabinet
to hanging bracket.
Step 5: Mount opposite side Overhead Cabinet
MA7863-1i
making sure to secure it to Corner Bracket
Assembly onto Support Brackets.
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17" & 23" Tall Tower Corner
Sloping Top Installation
Sloping Top
Corners
Step 3: Secure two sloping
Step 1: Secure corner support assembly
top corners together
with screws.
to bottom of top corner assembly.
Step 7: Lay corner sloping top
onto end caps.
Top
Corner
Assembly
Corner
Support
Assembly
Support
Brackets
Step 4: Secure two support brackets
to assembled two piece
sloping top corner .
Step 6: Mount end caps to top corner
assembly with six screws.
Step 5: Slide top corner assembly under
cabinets screws.
Tighten cabinet screws.
Step 2: Loosen cabinet screws.
Cabinet
Screws
MA7864i
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Filler Panel Adjustments
and Installation
Step 1: Mount brackets to side of end cabinet at upper
and lower holes using Midmark fasteners.
(see NOTE)
NOTE:
Step 2: With end cabinet in position, measure the
Upper Cabinets
If left side installation of filler
panels is required, nutsert installation
will be necessary.
distance from the wall to cabinet. Take
measurements at top and bottom of cabinet
to determine if wall is plumb.
Panel
Step 3: Mark and cut filler panels
per measurements taken in
Step 2.
Base Cabinets
Step 4: Remove/pull out cabinet
from wall and mount filler
panels to upper and lower
brackets as shown, using
hardware provided.
Bracket
Bracket
Step 5: Replace cabinet into position.
Panel
NOTE:
May need to cut panels to fit space.
(See steps 2 & 3)
Scribe
Bracket
Bracket
Step 6: If scribes are used mount to
end of cabinet at upper and
lower holes using Midmark
fasteners.
Panel
Panel
MA724100i
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Base Cabinet Installation
NOTE:
As with the overhead units, check floor with level
and start from the highest point of the floor. For
straight installations start with an end unit. For "L"
shaped installations start with the corner unit.
Step 2: Remove drawers and open
1/4" Socket
for adjustment
doors on all unit. Adjust
all leveling screws to the
lowest height position.
(Refer to pages 15 & 16)
Leveling
screws
LOWER
CABINET
RAISE
CABINET
Step 1: Use level and find highest point.
Step 3: Move the base cabinet into
11
/2
(3." (m
8 c ax
m) .)
Level
postion against wall.
Step 4: Level the base cabinet by
adjusting the leveling screws.
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MA724200i
Base Cabinet Installation
Step 1: Move the next base cabinet
Depth Adjustment
Turn cam screw to move panel front
to back.
Vertical Adjustment
Loosen screws on both hinges, move
up or down, and retighten screws.
into place. Use leveling screws
to adjust second cabinet until
top is flush with first unit.
Adjust the following cabinets in
same manner.
Note:
Do not adjust leveling screws
above a 1-1/2" extension.
Horizontal Adjustment
Turn cam screw to move panel side
to side.
Level
Step 3: Adjust doors if necessary
(Recomended gap is
1/16 in. [1.6mm]).
Step 4: Install hole plugs.
(Both sides).
Step 2: Attach base cabinets on top and
bottom using Midmark fasteners
going from right to left.
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MA724300i
Drawer Replacements / Adjustments
and Shelf Adjustments
(Midmark Units)
Step 2: Removing Drawer
To remove, pull drawer up
and out.
To Install Drawer, place drawer
on slides push forward until it
stops, push down until drawer
snaps into place.
Step 3: Drawer Slide Adjustment
Remove drawer, pull up
and outward on front of
slide. Pull out on slide to
remove.
Step 4: Removing/Adjusting Shelf
Lift shelf by tilting left or right to
remove. Place shelf clips in
desired level coordinating positions
and replace shelf.
Step 1: Removing Drawer
Pull outside of drawer out
to release tab from drawer.
MA724500i
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Drawer Replacements / Adjustments
and Shelf Adjustments
(Ritter Units)
Step 1: Removing Drawer
To remove, pull drawer up
and out.
To Install Drawer, place drawer
on slides push forward until it
stops.
Step 2: Removing/Adjusting Shelf
Lift shelf by tilting left or right to
remove. Place shelf clips in
desired level coordinating positions
and replace shelf.
MA724600i
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Installation / Removal of
Drawer Pulls
Step 1: To remove door / drawer
pulls push on bottom of
insert cover and pry top
out and slide insert out.
Midmark
Casework
2
(w/vinyl insert)
Upper Panel
1
Step 1: Remove screws and
Step 2: To replace door / drawer
pulls, slide insert from
either side of cover.
Place bottom of cover
over handle, and push
top into flush position.
replace handle.
4
Lower Panel
3
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Ritter
Casework
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Metal End Caps / Corner Brackets
Step 1: Attach corner brackets to
cabinets with Midmark
fastener.
Step 1: Attach metal end cap to back
of cabinet with sheet metal
screws (provided).
MA725000i
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Faucet Control
(7 29
5. 3/
6 4"
cm
)
Ultrasonic Cleaner
Casework
(4 1
5. 8"
7
cm
)
(6 2
1. 4"
0
cm
)
MA728000i
MA728400i
Figure 1
Figure 2
NOTE:
Controls must be cut into panel in the field.
Fig 1:
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Fig 2:
Ultrasonic cleaner casework is
only available in 18", 24" and 30"
widths. The access dimensions
are the same as the sink case
work in comparable sizes. Figure
1 shows the removal of the front
panel. Panel may require a cutout
to mount ultrasonic control panel.
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For faucet controller installation,
refer to the installation instructions
included .
69" & 84" Casework
Caution
In 84" Storage Unit drawers can be used up
to 42" internally. Installing drawers higher in
cabinet shell increases the danger of tipping.
"
12 m)
c
.5
(30
6" m)
c
.2
(15
Equipment Alert
When countertops are installed adjacent to 69"
& 84" Tall Units, a rounded or tapered edge must be
fabricated on the countertop corner so that the 120
degreae hinged doors do not become damaged.
Step 1: Place bracket on top of cabinet.
Position end panel with magnets
toward wall.
Note:
If magnets are not close to the wall, you may
need to remove bracket and mount on opposite
end of end panel.
Slots
Bracket
"
26 m)
c
.0
(66
"
84 cm)
3.4
(21
"
/32
27 )
29 .8 cm
5
(7
End Panel
Magnets
G
BIN
UM UT
PL T-O
CU
Figure 1
MA569001
Step 2: Secure with screws.
Fig 1:
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Access locations for 24" wide
by 84" tall sterilizer cabinet.
These access locations are
all the same on all three 84"
casework configurations.
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Equipment Alert
The 84" Tall Steri-Centers must be secured to
wall. Installer must hit stud with at least one screw thru
mounting slots in cabinet back (Hardware NOT Provided).
Use molly where stud is not available.
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MA7962i
Glove and Towel Dispenser
Depth Adjustment
Turn cam screw to
move panel front
to back.
New box
Vertical Adjustment
Loosen screws on both
hinges, move up or down,
and retighten screw.
"Z" style
towels
Horizontal Adjustment
Turn cam screw to
move panel side to
side.
Cups
Level
"C" style
towels
Figure 2
MA728300i
Step 2: To refill empty glove box
Insert a new box into slot. The retaining clip provides
spring tension for any size glove box.
MA728200i
To refill empty cup dispenser
Insert a stack of standard 5 oz. cups into the dispenser
hole.
Figure 1
To refill empty towel dispenser,
Install dividers into the slots. For "Z" style towels, use
the inside slots . For "C" style towels, use the outside
slots. Place towels face down in dispener.
Step 1: Determine desired location on wall . Level the top of
the cabinet and secure to wall with four screws {not
supplied}.
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Desk Unit Legs and Assemblies
(Independent Desk Unit with Cleats)
Figure 1
(Desk Unit with Continuous Counter Top)
Figure 2
NOTE:
Refer to pages 21 and 22
for drawer removal and
replacement.
Step 1: Attach the steel hanging bracket
2 3/16" below desired height less
the countertop thickness, and
2 1/2" from the ends of the desk.
(Refer to "Field Measurements")
Step 1: Attach unit with screws and
replace drawer.
MA728601i
Step 2: Remove drawer attach side
panels to desk using six
#10 wood screws on each
side and place desk unit on
wall bracket.
Step 3: Attach top and replace drawer.
Figure 1
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MA728700i
(Desk Unit with Leg{s})
Figure 3
(Desk Unit with Leg{s})
(with wood grain panels)
Figure 4
Step 1: Remove drawer and install leg
Step 1: Place panel between
to desk unit with six #10 wood
screws.
Step 2: When a drop down desk unit
"Z" bracket and desk
unit. Install desk at
this time
Hanging
bracket
is specified, a hanging bracket
is used over cabinet shell.
Attach the desk to the hanging
bracket with three screws
supplied.
NOTE:
If panel is on RH side,drill
out nutserts with a 9'32"
bit.
Desk
unit
NOTE:
On adjacent desk units, the
hanging bracket, is not used.
#10
screws
Leg
Step 3: Install braces and install
top, replace drawer.
MA729600i
Braces
RAISE
DESK
Step 4: If necessary adjust leveling
MA728500i
Step 2: Place lower panel with
#10
screws
Desk Leg
Bracket
LOWER
DESK
with magnets to rear of
cabinet, and attach
with #10 x 5/8" screws.
RAISE
DESK
LOWER
DESK
Step 3: Attach desk leg bracket with
screws.
#10 screws to leg and secure
to wall with proper hardware
(not supplied).
Step 5: Attach desk leg bracket with
#10 screws to leg and secure
to wall with proper hardware
(not supplied).
screws.
Figure 3
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Step 4: If necessary adjust leveling
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(Desk Unit with One Leg)
Step 1: Remove drawer and install leg
to desk unit with six #10 wood
screws.
NOTE:
Refer to pages 21 and 22
for drawer removal and
replacement.
Hanging
bracket
Step 2: When a drop down desk unit
is specified, a hanging bracket
is used over cabinet shell.
Attach the desk to the hanging
bracket with three screws
supplied.
#10
screws
Step 3: Install braces and install
top, replace drawer.
MA7961i
Braces
Step 4: Attach desk leg bracket with
#10 screws to leg and secure
to wall with proper hardware
(not supplied).
Leg
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Open Area Countertop
Support Install
Step 3: Secure countertop
to cabinets.
Step 4: Mount triangle brace
to countertop using
wood screws.
Step 1: Mount support board
to wall with screws.
(not provided)
Drop Down Countertop
with Desk Leg Install
Step 1: Install "Z" Bracket
onto the side of
cabinet with wood
screw.
MA764100i
Step 2: Position mounting board
flush with support board
and secure to wall with
drywall screws.
Step 3: Install countertop
to angle bracket
with desk leg.
Step 4: Attach countertop
and desk leg to "Z"
bracket with
wood screws.
MA747600i
Step 2: Mount 16" angle bracket
to desk leg so it is flush
to top using wood screws.
RAISE
DESK
Step 5: Adjust leveling
screws if necessary.
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LOWER
DESK
Step 6: Attach desk leg bracket with
#10 screws to leg and secure
to wall with proper hardware
(not supplied).
Countertop Installation (Postformed laminate tops)
Step 3: Scribe backsplash if gap of
more than 1/16" is present. To
scribe top, use a compass and
set the depth of the widest gap.
Sand the countertop(s) as
necessary to form to wall.
Step 1: The installation of top surfaces
is a process that requires the
skills of a carpenter. This is not
a typical assembly function.
Step 2: If running supports are
required. Level with base
cabinets and mount to
wall by hitting the available studs. Use 3/16"
short mollies if no studs
can be found.
Step 4: Secure countertop(s) to base
cabinet and desk unit with
#10 x 5/8" screws (supplied).
Step 5: When connecting two surfaces, as a corner,
connecters (dog bones) will be provided. Place
generous amount of color matched caulk on
one inner edge and tighten (dog bones) with
7/16" wrench. SEAMS MUST BE FLUSH AND
UNNOTICEABLE.
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Step 6: Caulk the edge of the
countertop to seal to wall.
Countertop Installation
(Self Edge Top Surface Backsplash)
Top Surface Side Splashes
Step 1: Check side splash panel for proper
fit. Place light amount of construction
adhesive on back and bottom of side
splash panel.
Step 1: Install the horizontal top
surface to cabinets.
Step 2: Install backsplash by
Step 2: Set panel into position.
attaching with screws
from rear under side of
top surface.
Step 3: Caulk the edge of the
countertop for proper seal.
MA729100i
Corner Countertop Installation
Step 2: Position bolts into groves
and tighten together.
MA728900i
BOTTOM OF
COUNTERTOP
NOTE:
Make sure that the backsplash
is fitted tightly to the wall during
the fastening to the top.
Step 1: Position countertops
together lining up groves.
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MA764900i
Sink Apron Panel Installation
Step 1: Insert #10-24 Nutsert.
Step 2: Install filler brackets to cabinet with
washer & (0.190-24 x 5/8") screw.
Step 3: Install short support brackets to outside
of panel and long support bracket to
middle of panel with (#10-24 x 1/2) screw.
Step 4: Mount panel under countertop
with (#10-24 x 5/8") screws.
Step 5: Secure panel to "L" bracket on
cabinet with (#10-24 x 1/2") screws.
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MA7964i
ADA Sink Cabinet Installation
Step 6: Install L Bracket above
Top of Cabinet
Step 3: Align bottom of hanging bracket with mark.
bottom of plumbing cut-out
(hardware not supplied).
Secure bracket with appropriate hardware (not supplied).
Note: Hardware must engage at least one stud/backer.
Use wall anchors as needed.
NOTE:
Non-ADA sink cabinet installation has
no restrictions on min or max height.
1 5/8"
(4.1 cm)
9.25" min.
(23.5 cm)
ADA
Step 2: Maximum countertop surface height
Step 1: Find highest point of floor. Measure
up from this point and mark at
desired height of sink cabinet.
or sinktop (whichever is highest)
should be 34" for ADA compliance.
Step 5: Loosen screws and slide
Shim
front brace forward. Rotate
cover and remove.
Front Brace
Edge of
Floor
Screws
NOTE:
Facility Construction:
- Use #12 x 2 wood screws (coarse threaded) on
stud walls (standard) .
- Use sheet metal screws on steel studded walls.
- Use 1/4" machine screw expansion anchors with
adequate length on hollow type or masonry walls .
A 3/16" wall anchor or other type fastener may be
used if predrilled.
- Use #12 round head wood screw or a specialized
masonry fastener on rough solid concrete or brick
walls.
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Step 4: Install sink to
hanging bracket.
NOTE:
If necessary, level bottom of ADA
Sink with shims and double
sided tape (not supplied).
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MA8229i
ADA Sink Cabinet Installation
w/ adjacent Base Cabinet(s)
Step 6: Install L Bracket above
bottom of plumbing cut-out
(hardware not supplied).
Step 4: Install sink to cabinet
using Midmark fasteners
progressing from right to left.
Step 2: Align bottom of hanging bracket with mark.
Secure bracket with appropriate hardware (not supplied).
Note: Hardware must engage at least one stud/backer.
Use wall anchors as needed.
2 1/2"
(6.4 cm)
NOTE:
For ADA compliance max height
at top countertop surface or top
of sink (whichever is highest)
should be 34".
1 5/8"
(4.1 cm)
Step 1: Measure down 1 5/8" from top surface
of the leveled adjacent base cabinet.
Mark for hanging brackets using level to
extend. If hanging adjacent cabinets,
then allow 2 1/2" between bracket and
each adjacent cabinet.
Step 5: Loosen screws and slide
Shim
front brace forward. Rotate
cover and remove.
Front Brace
Screws
NOTE:
Non-ADA sink cabinet installation has
no restrictions on min or max height.
NOTE:
Facility Construction:
- Use #12 x 2 wood screws (coarse threaded) on
stud walls (standard) .
- Use sheet metal screws on steel studded walls.
- Use 1/4" machine screw expansion anchors with
adequate length on hollow type or masonry walls .
A 3/16" wall anchor or other type fastener may be
used if predrilled.
- Use #12 round head wood screw or a specialized
masonry fastener on rough solid concrete or brick
walls.
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Step 3: Install sink to
hanging bracket.
NOTE:
If necessary, level bottom of ADA
Sink with shims and double
sided tape (not supplied).
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MA8230i
ADA Sink Clearance Dimensions
Model #
xC-SBS032-xx2418
xC-SBS032-xx2424
xC-SBS032-xx2418
xC-SBS032-xx2424
Description
18" Deep Laminate
24" Deep Laminate
18" Deep Corian
24" Deep Corian
Midmark
A
17.75
23.75
17.75
23.75
Ritter Midmark
A
B
17.625
1.25
23.625
1.25
17.625
1.25
23.625
1.25
Laminate
Corian
MA8240i
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Ritter
B
1.375
1.375
1.375
1.375
Filing Drawer
Pull-Out Trash Can
MA8237i
Caution
Base File Cabinet and Pull-Out Waste Cabinets must be attached
to other cabinet(s) and/or attached to a construction wall to
prevent cabinet from tipping when a file drawer or waste assembly
is extended.
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Sink Installation
The sinks and faucets are easily installed by
following the instructions provided in the sink and
faucet packaging. All sinks are provided with a
strainer, strainer cup, and tailpiece.
NOTES:
• It can be easier to mark and cut the sink
opening if the countertop is removed from
the cabinets.
Unfold provided template. Locate template to
desired sink location and tape in place and follow
the instructions noted on the template.
NOTES:
• All plumbing must be made by a licensed
plumbing contractor and conform to local,
city, and national codes pertaining to the
installation.
Accessories
WASTE GROMMET
The waste grommet is used to finish the inner top
surface edge for trash can access within a base
cabinet.
General Finish Requirements
FINISHING TOUCHES
Once the installers are done hanging the overheads,
leveling base units, placing tops and cutting sinks it is
time for some finishing touches.
ADJUSTMENT OF SHELVES
The shelf adjustments are easily made with the use of
the prepunched bayonets in the back of the unit and clips
that are provided with each cabinet.
NOTES:
• The base, tall, and mobile cabinets have
clips for both the front and back of the cabinet.
DRAWER DIVIDERS
Plastic drawer dividers are packed loose when specified
for certain drawer cabinets. By installing these dividers,
the drawer can be divided into multiple compartments.
CLEANING
Regular care should be maintained by wiping with a damp
cloth or sponge, using mild soap and water solution. The
drawer may also be removed for cleaning.
Simply draw a 2 5/8" radius (5.25" diameter) hole on
the countertop in the designated area. It may be
helpful to have the supervisor initial the penciled
ring prior to cutting. Drill a starter hole for the
reciprocating saw and saw around the circumference of the penciled ring.
DRESSING NOOKS AND INSTRUMENT
PANELS
See Installation Manual included with each Dressing
Nook and Instrument Panel.
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Lock Information
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MIDMARK LOCK KITS
RITTER LOCK KITS
The following list outline the lock kits that are available for the
Midmarl line of casework.
The following list outline the lock kits that are available for the
Ritter line of casework.
Single Overhead Door Lock Kit
(002-0987-00)
Single Base Door Lock Kit
(002-0988-00)
Double Overhead Door Lock Kit
(002-0989-00)
Double Door Base Lock Kit
(002-0917-00 [Full Height Doors])
(002-0917-01 [24”])
(002-0917-02 [30”])
(002-0917-03 [36”])
Single 84” Door Lock Kit
(002-0990-00)
Double 84” Door Lock Kit
(002-0991-00)
2" & 4" Drawer with Door Lock Kit
(002-0918-00 {(2) 2" or (1) 4" Drawer w/Door Lock Kit})
(002-0918-01 {(4) 2" or (2) 4" Drawer w/Door Lock Kit})
Central Lock Kit
(002-0919-00 {30”/34" Height Cabinet})
(002-0919-01 {36” Height Cabinet})
Single Drawer Desk Lock Kit
(002-0992-00)
30” File Cabinet Lock Kit
(002-0993-00 {18” Width Cabinet})
(002-0993-01 {21” Width Cabinet})
(002-0993-02 {24” Width Cabinet})
(002-0993-03 {30” Width Cabinet})
(002-0993-04 {36” Width Cabinet})
36” File Cabinet Lock Kit
(002-0994-00 {18” Width Cabinet})
(002-0994-01 {21” Width Cabinet})
(002-0994-02 {24” Width Cabinet})
(002-0994-03 {30” Width Cabinet})
(002-0994-04 {36” Width Cabinet})
Single Overhead Door Lock Kit
(002-0979-00)
Single Base Door Lock Kit
(002-0980-00)
Double Overhead Door Lock Kit
(002-0981-00)
Double Door Base Lock Kit
(002-0928-00 [Full Height Doors])
(002-0928-01 [24”])
(002-0928-02 [30”])
(002-0928-03 [36”])
Single 84” Door Lock Kit
(002-0982-00)
Double 84” Door Lock Kit
(002-0983-00)
2" & 4" Drawer with Door Lock Kit
(002-0929-00 {[2] 2” Drawer or [1] 4" Drawer})
(002-0929-01 {[4] 2” Drawer or [2] 4" Drawer})
Central Lock Kit
(002-0930-00 {30"/34" Height Cabinet})
(002-0930-01 {36" Height Cabinet})
Single Drawer Desk Lock Kit
(002-0984-00)
30” File Cabinet Lock Kit
(002-0985-00 {18” Width Cabinet})
(002-0985-01 {21” Width Cabinet})
(002-0985-02 {24” Width Cabinet})
36” File Cabinet Lock Kit
(002-0986-00 {18” Width Cabinet})
(002-0986-01 {21” Width Cabinet})
(002-0986-02 {24” Width Cabinet})
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Midmark Corporation
60 Vista Drive
P.O. Box 286
Versailles, OH 45380-0286
Toll Free 1-800-643-6275
Direct: 937-526-3662
www.midmark.com
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