Midmark Asepsis 21® Systems Installation guide

Midmark Asepsis 21® Systems Installation guide
INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS
for the
TM
Asepsis 21
Cabinet Mounted Unit (Delivery System)
SECTION I - REQUIREMENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................... 1
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................. 1
WATER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................ 1
AIR SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................... 1
SECTION II - INSTALLATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
UNPACKING THE CARTONS ................................................................................... 2
UTILITIES CONNECTION BOX (J BOX) INSTALLATION ........................................ 2
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO THE CONNECTION BOX (J BOX) ................... 2
INSTALLING THE UNIT ............................................................................................ 3
TUBING CONNECTIONS ......................................................................................... 4
UMBILICAL TUBING CONNECTIONS
TO THE UTILITIES CONNECTION BOX (J BOX) ................................................... 5
SECTION III - CONTROLS
1. ASEPSIS 21 HANDPIECE DELIVERY SYSTEM CONTROLS ................................ 6
2. EXTERNAL CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS ............................................................ 7
SECTION IV - PURGING AND TESTING THE SYSTEM
PURGING AND TESTING THE SYSTEM ..................................................................... 8
SECTION V - FINAL CHECK LIST
FINAL CHECK LIST ........................................................................................................ 8
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INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS
for the
TM
Asepsis 21
Cabinet Mounted Unit (Delivery System)
SECTION I - REQUIREMENTS
1. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Before installing, ensure that the physical
requirements of the unit are met (See Figure 1).
2. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Before connecting the line cord to an appropriate
receptacle, make certain that the circuit is protected
by a 7.5-amp breaker for 240-VAC models. Ensure
that all wiring is grounded and all electrical codes
are observed.
WARNING - Potential shock hazard
with possible personal injury. To
reduce shock hazard, observe all
electrical codes.
Figure 1
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3. WATER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
A 1/2 I.D. copper supply line, reduced to 3/8" O.D.
copper tubing as near the shut-off valve as possible
is required. The water pressure should be in the
range of 30-50 psi. A suitable pressure reducing
valve is essential for trouble free operation if the
pressure exceeds the recommended range.
4. AIR SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
A 1/2" I.D. copper supply line reduced to 3/8" O.D.
copper tubing as near the shut-off valve as possible
is required.
The air pressure must be between 75-100 psi at
the valves. A pressure reducer should be installed
if the pressure exceeds 100 psi.
For maximum life and trouble free operation, the
air supply must be clean and dry. It is recommended
that a moisture separator and filter be installed as
near the connection as possible and accessible for
periodic cleaning.
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SECTION II - INSTALLATION
1. UNPACKING THE CARTON
The cabinet mounted unit is shipped in a carton
containing the following items:
 Asepsis 21 instrument head and arm
 Optional equipment
 Small parts box
 Either a valve block kit or a utilities
connection box (J box)
 Installation instructions (this manual), an
operator’s manual, and warranty card
Check for signs of damage to the carton or to the
contents. Make sure all items listed above are
present. If there is any evidence of damage due to
shipping or if any of the items are missing from the
carton, notify the shipper at once. Be careful not to
discard any small parts or instruction sheets with
the packing material.
2. OPTIONAL UTILITIES CONNECTION
BOX (J BOX) INSTALLATION
To install the J box use the installation plan TP1046
supplied with the connection box. This plan may
be used as a template to locate the utilities for
connection. The installation of the utilities
connection box should be performed by a qualified
technician.
3. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO THE
CONNECTION BOX (J BOX)
Domestic - Make the electrical connections to the
J box as shown in Instruction TPW1487.
International - Make the electrical connections to
the J box as shown in Instruction TPW1511. These
J boxes have accessible fuses located on the front
of the box.
DANGER: Turn off all electrical power
at the power source before making
primary electrical connections.
RATING FOR 120 VOLT UNIT
KNIGHT by MIDMARK, Versailles, Ohio USA
120 VOLTS
50/60 Hertz
Air: 80/100 PSI
Water: 30/50 PSI
15 amps Max Total Connected Load
Please consider the following before beginning:
 The connection box can be installed anywhere
in the room within the range of the 8 foot
umbilical that will connect the box to the unit.
Locate the box where the incoming service
lines will not cause an obstruction.
 Air and water are the only services required
unless a heated syringe or lighted handpieces
are to be used.
RATING FOR 240 VOLT UNIT
KNIGHT by MIDMARK, Versailles, Ohio USA
240 VOLTS
50/60 Hertz
Air: 80/100 PSI
Water: 30/50 PSI
7.5 amps Max Total Connected Load
 Waste lines, vacuum lines or auxiliary low
voltage wiring are not necessary unless
separate devices requiring these services are
to be used.
 The location of the incoming services on the
installation plan are suggestions and can be
altered to suit the situation.
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SECTION II - INSTALLATION (CONT)
4. INSTALLING THE CABINET MOUNT UNIT
NOTE: The unit can be attached to any cabinet or wall structurally sound enough to support
the unit in operation. Please use the following instructions if the unit is mounting to a cabinet.
For mounting to a wall, refer to the instructions packaged with the wall mount:
1. Use the backing plate as a template to mark
the location of the mounting holes on the
cabinet (See Figure 2).
CAUTION: Do not use the backing plate
as a drill guide. The holes in the
backing plate are tapped with 5/16"
threads and can be damaged by
drilling.
2. Drill four 3/8" holes for the bearing assembly
headware.
3. Mount the bearing assembly to the cabinet with
the backing plate and four flatwasher,
lockwashers and hex screws.
4. Mount the unit on the bearing assembly by
feeding the tubing through the top and attaching
the umbilical to the underside.
5. Use the strain relief bracket and srews to hold
the umbilical in place.
6. Slide the end of the unit arm into the bearing
assembly making sure the nylon washer is in
place.
7. Carefully remove all packing material from the
unit and read all information tags and labels.
8. Screw the stop rotation screw into place using
the 3/16" allen wrench provided.
CAUTION: The stop rotation screw
must be installed to prevent the arm
being rotated completely around
several times, which would twist the
wires.
9. Install the bearing cover as shown.
Figure 2
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SECTION II - INSTALLATION (CONT)
5. TUBING CONNECTIONS
When connecting the umbilical tubings to the unit
or other tubing, use the plastic retainers to secure
the connection (Refer to Figure 3).
1/8" Tubing Connection
1. Slip the retainer (large end first) onto the tubing.
2. Push tubing onto the barb fitting and slide the
retainer forward over the tubing on the barb
fitting.
3. Break the large collar loose and slide it toward
the fitting and over the small collar.
1/4" Tubing Connection
1. Slip the retainer onto the tubing with the large
opening toward the end of the tubing.
2. Push the tubing onto the barb fitting.
3. Slide the retainer over the tubing on the barb
fitting.
Figure 3
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SECTION II - INSTALLATION (CONT)
6. UMBILICAL TUBING CONNECTIONS TO THE UTILITIES
CONNECTION BOX (J BOX)
If a J box is used, refer to Figure 4 which shows the connections to be made inside the J box. Installation plan
003-1190-00 is supplied with the J box and may be used as a template to locate the utilities for connection.
The installation should be performed by a qualified technician.
Figure 4
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SECTION III - CONTROLS
1. ASEPSIS 21 HANDPIECE DELIVERY SYSTEM CONTROLS LOCATED UNDER COVER
A complete set of handpiece and syringe adjustments are located directly under the magnetically held cover
for protection against contamination. Lift up either back corner of cover for easy removal. All controls are
labeled with symbols identifying their function. A description follows and their locations are identified below.
I
2 3 HANDPIECE COOLANT WATER
VOLUME
Adjusts the amount of coolant water to each
respective handpiece.
4 5 6 DRIVE AIR PRESSURE SETTING
Individual adjustments are provided - one for
each respective handpiece. Use to set
maximum handpiece pressure indicated on
gage. Refer to handpiece manufacturer’s
specifications for proper setting.
7 SYRINGE AIR VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
Controls the volume of air to the syringe and
effects air water spray pattern.
pattern of air and water at the handpiece. If the
handpiece has a coolant air connection in the
handpiece itself, this adjustment will have no
effect and can be completely shut off.
I 0 HANDPIECE PRESSURE GAGE
Indicates individual handpiece pressure when
handpiece is operating.
11 12 13 MAGNETIC LATCHES
These hold the cover in place.
14 HANDPIECE COOLANT WATER FLUSH
BUTTON
controls the coolant water flush valve located
on the underside of the delivery head.
8 SYRINGE WATER VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
Controls the volume of water to the syringe and
effects water spray pattern.
9 COOLANT AIR VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
This adjustment controls the volume of coolant
delivered to each handpiece. It effects the spray
Figure 5
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SECTION III - CONTROLS (CONT)
2. EXTERNAL CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
MASTER ON /OFF VALVE
Located on the bottom of the instrument head
directly behind the handpiece holder bar
support, this two position toggle control turns
the main air and water on or off the utilities box.
Up position is on.
MANUAL ARM LOCK
Located on the side of the unit arm near the
instrument head, this knob locks the arm lock
in place and stops the vertical movement
of the arm.
WATER ON/OFF VALVE
Located on the foot control, this switch provides
water for coolant spray to the handpiece when
the switch is moved forward to the “On” position
(toward blue dot) and the foot control is
depressed (wet cutting). When the valve is in
the “Off’ position, water will not be delivered to
any handpiece.
AUTOMATIC HANDPIECE ACTIVATION
The automatic kink valves are designed to
permit activation of the selected handpiece
when it is removed from its holder. Drive air
will be delivered to the withdrawn handpiece
when the foot control is depressed.
WET/DRY FOOT CONTROL
The disc-type foot control operates the selected
handpiece at varying speeds depending upon
the foot pressure applied to the disc.
Positioning the coolant water selector toggle
allows coolant water for wet cutting to be
selected by the motion of the foot. Applying
foot pressure to the disc will operate the
selected handpiece and, if turned on, water
spray.
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SECTION IV - PURGING AND TESTING THE SYSTEM
When the installation is complete you should purge the system to clear the tubing of
any foreign material and to purge the air out of the water tubing. This also serves to
test the equipment for proper function.
1.
Before attaching the handpieces, turn on the
air, water and vacuum to the utilities
connection box.
6.
Depress the foot control to operate the coolant
water and drive air for 30 seconds.
2.
Open the shut-off valves in the utilities
connection box.
7.
Depress the coolant water flush button on the
underside of the Asepsis 21 head to allow
the water to flow for 30 seconds.
3.
Turn on the master valve lever on the Asepsis
21 head.
8.
Repeat this procedure with each handpiece
hose.
4.
Lift the cover off the Asepsis 21 head and
turn the coolant water and coolant air volume
controls adjustment knobs completely open.
9.
Operate the air and water for both doctor and
assistant's syringes for 30 seconds.
5.
Remove a handpiece hose from its holder.
11. Set the coolant water and coolant air volume
controls to the desired position.
10. Install the handpieces.
SECTION V - FINAL CHECK LIST
When all the assembly and installation procedures are completed, the unit should be
checked out in accordance with the following check list to ensure that assembly is
complete and that all controls function properly.
 Check complete system for any air or water leaks.
 Check to make sure there is proper air and water
flow to the handpieces.
 Check the Asepsis 21 handpiece delivery system
for proper function.
 Check the syringes for proper function and water
flow.
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 Make sure that the unit has been cleaned and that
all dirt and finger prints have been removed.
Be sure the person who will operate the unit receives
the Operator's Manual and any other appropriate
information or instructions.
 If any optional equipment has been installed, make
sure it is properly installed and functioning as
intended.
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