Hygiene · Safety · Efficiency Processing instruments in dental

Hygiene · Safety · Efficiency Processing instruments in dental
Washer disinfectors G 7831, G 7881, G 7891
Hygiene · Safety · Efficiency
Processing instruments
in dental surgeries
Contents
G 7831, G 7881 and G 7891
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Validation, Performance
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Process documentation ��������������� Page 14
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Washing and disinfecting
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System solutions for safe and
reliable instrument processing
Validatable machine processing of
instruments in a Miele washer disinfector:
safe, optimum performance, low running
costs.
Manual processing
Manual processing of medical instruments
is time consuming and carries with it the
risk of contamination in the workplace.
It also excludes the processing of many
specialised instruments, for instance
those with hollow lumen which cannot
be reached manually. Manual processing
also makes standardised cleaning and
disinfecting procedures impossible to
regulate. From an economical point of view
manual processing is also expensive in
terms of unregulated water consumption
and in the use of cleaning and disinfecting
agents. The excessive use of which is
detrimental to the environment.
System solutions for instrument
­processing
Miele‘s washer disinfectors with their
special processing procedures and target
specific accessories offer a comprehensive
solution for ensuring the thorough and safe
processing of a wide variety of medical
devices. They also enable reproducible
results for all applications in the dental
surgery, however simple or demanding
they may be.
Optimum safety with Miele
Miele washer disinfectors offer flexible
solutions for cleaning and thermally
disinfecting medical instruments and
accessories.
Thorough internal and external cleaning
whilst caring for the materials being
processed takes places on two levels in a
top and bottom basket. The fresh-water
system guarantees a consistently high
standard of hygiene; and water circulationg
at up 400 l/min enables a high throughput
to be achieved in short batch times.
Highly developed electronic controls then
take care of all stages of the cleaning
and disinfecting programmes including
the p
­ re-wash, main wash, interim rinses,
­disinfection/final rinse, and drying stages.
Tip
For more information about instrument
disinfection and hygiene please ask for
a copy of the Miele Film “Instrument
processing in dental surgeries”, available
on video cassette and CD-ROM. [email protected]
miele.de
Leading instrument manufacturers
­recommend Miele washer disinfectors for
processing their transmission instruments.
Disinfection takes place at >90°C with a
temperature holding time of 5 m
­ inutes,
in accordance with EN ISO 15883. The
­temperature used for cleaning and
­disinfection can also be adapted to suit
specific requirements – flexibility for all
areas of application.
The advantages of Miele‘s system
Flexible and economical
•W
asher disinfectors in a variety of sizes
for all applications
•M
odular concept whereby optional
accessories are added to customise the
basic machine to your needs
•E
fficient single chamber system for
cleaning, rinsing, disinfecting and drying
The full package from Miele
•E
verything from preliminary advice to
a comprehensive network of service
engineers
• Validation
•S
ervice contracts for everyday peace of
mind
• Attractive finance packages
Features vary depending on model
Simple and intelligent
•T
ried and tested standard programmes,
plus innovative special programmes
• Easy to use electronic controls
Safer than safe
•S
erial interface for process ­
docu­mentation and an optical interface
for service access.
• The machines conform to EN ISO 15883
Reliable and innovative
•O
ngoing intensive research and
development work with specialists in the
world of hygiene, science and end users
•P
rocesses and product features are
­designed to suit end-users requirements
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The illustration shows: – W
asher disinfector G 7881– Upper basket O 177/1 – Insert E 146 – Insert E 473/1 – Insert E 521 – Insert E 337 – Bottom basket U 874/1 – Insert E 379 – Insert E 339 –
Disepenser module DOS K 60
Miele Washer Disinfectors
The slimline solution for small dental
practices processing one load per day
The universal large-capacity solution with
short batch times
The first 60 cm wide washer disinfector
with integrated hot air drying
Washer disinfector G 7831
• Freestanding / built-under
• 45 cm wide
H 850 (820), W 450, D 600 mm
• Single phase supply
• Can process up to 6 transmission
instruments, 4 suction devices and 16
sets of instruments*
Washer disinfector G 7881
• Freestanding / built-under
• 60 cm wide
H 850 (820), W 600, D 600 mm
• Single phase connection for short
­programme durations
• Integrated dispenser for liquid agents
(neutralising agent)
• Can process up to 11 transmission
­instruments, 15 suction devices and
25 sets of instruments*
Washer disinfector G 7891
• Freestanding / built-under
• 60 cm wide
H 850 (820), W 600, D 600 mm
• Single phase connection for short
­programme durations
• Integrated dispenser for liquid agents
(neutralising agent)
• Drying Plus: Integrated hot air drying
• Can process up to 11 transmission
­instruments, 15 suction devices and
25 sets of instruments*
Miele Washer disinfectors
All Miele washer disinfectors can be
­installed either as free-standing m
­ achines,
or simply be built under a worktop in a
row of units in a dental practice. They
come f­itted with an electrical cable, water
inlet and drain hoses and a drain pump.
Baskets and inserts to take the various
instruments are individually selected to suit
the requirements of the dental practice.
Specially designed accessories, e.g. for
dispensing liquid agents or washing/rinsing
with demineralised water, are listed on
pages 22–25.
Hygiene · Safety · Efficiency
• Machine instrument processing is
­recommended by the Robert Koch
Institute
• Serial interface for process
docu­mentation
• Thorough cleaning and assured
dis­infection in a closed system
• Certificated medical devices, Conforming
to Medical devices directive
• Reproducible results, validatable
­proceedures
• Thermal disinfection
• Comprehensive safety devices in
­accordance with EN ISO 15883
• Can be connected to a liquid media
dispensing system
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Instrument set consisting of forceps, oral mirrors and
probes
See pages 28/29 for technical data
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Miele Washer disinfectors:
Quality, both inside and out
Illustration shows G 7881
Miele Quality – Made in Germany
The machine processing of dental
­instruments every day is an essential
part of quality assurance in the dental
surgery. Miele washer disinfectors are
uncom­promising in their quality, and are
­extremely hygienic, safe and economical
for the user.
Design
• Can be freestanding or built-under a
worktop
• Double-wall construction and door
­insulation reduce noise levels
• Wash cabinet and water connections in
high quality stainless steel
• Reinforced water inlet and drain hoses
• They come fitted with an electrical cable,
water inlet and drainage hoses and a
drain pump
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Cleaning technology
• Hygienic freshwater system with water
changed after each wash phase
• 2 spray arms (3rd one is in the ­upper
basket) for thorough cleaning of
­instruments
• Injector jets optimally arranged and spray
arm rotation variable for best possible
cleaning results
• Injector system for thorough cleaning of
hollow instruments
• Direct coupling of upper baskets to the
water intake
Standard features
• Profi-monobloc water softener;
­regeneration takes place during the
wash p
­ rogramme with minimal salt
­consumption
• Powerful circulation pump
• 4-fold filtration in wash cabinet with flat,
coarse, glass shard and micro-fine filters
• Efficient steam condenser using heat
exchanger (G 7831 and G 7881), or with
spray system (G 7891)
• Flowmeter counter to monitor water
intake
• Integrated liquid media dispensing
system
• Can be connected to an external liquid
media dispensing system
• Hot-air drying unit for thorough drying of
instruments (G 7891)
Interface
• Serial interface RS 232 for process
­documentation
• Optical interface for service work
Safety features
• Electrical door lock
• Programme failure check
• Audible and visual signals at end of
programme
• 2 sensors for temperature control and
monitoring
• Sensor port for positioning sensors in the
wash cabinet for validation purposes and
annual service checks
Miele Washer disinfectors:
certificated according to the Medical Devices Directive
Electronic controls
Door lock
Serial interface (SST)
Sensors
Sensor port
Cleaning system
Flowmeter
Water softener
Steam condenser
Heat exchanger
Hot air drying
Liquid media dispenser
Spaceframe
construction
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NEW: Washer disinfector G 7891
with Drying Plus
Washer disinfector G 7891– Upper basket O 177/1 – Insert E 146 – Insert E 473/1 –
Insert E 521 – Insert E 337 – Bottom basket U 874/1 – Insert E 379 – Insert E 339
Miele, the innovative market leader in the
processing of instruments in surgeries,
clinics and central sterilising units, is the
first manufacturer to offer a 60 cm wide
washer disinfector with integrated hotair ­drying „Drying Plus“. This concept
enables c
­ omprehensive processing of
instruments with thorough cleaning,
assured disin­fection and effective drying
results.
Washer disinfector G 7891 – Upper basket O 177/1 – Insert E 473/1 – Insert E 521 –
Insert E 522/1 – Insert 441/1 – Bottom basket U 874/1 – Insert E 131/1 – Insert E 146 –
Support E 328 – Insert E 523
This hot-air drying system even enables
complex instruments to be reliably
processed. A HEPA S-class H 12 filter is
integrated into the machine to ensure the
cleanliness of the air used in this drying
process. The filter is simple to access and
replace through an access panel in the
front of the machine.
The advantages of the G 7891 washer
disinfector with Drying Plus
• Only requires a footprint of 60 cm
•L
arge wash cabinet with integrated
drying system
• Effecive drying in a short time
•D
rying times adjustable in 5 minute
increments
Miele‘s G 7891 built in legendary Miele
Quality – Made in Germany.
Efficient instrument processing
• Rapid drying with hot air
• Instruments do not need require ­timeconsuming drying after processing
•H
igh level of material protection with
reduced risk of corrosion
Thorough instrument processing
•O
ptimum drying of plastic articles and
improved drying of items in mesh trays
Safe instrument processing
• Hygienic drying with HEPA filtered air
• Instruments are dry for assured
­sterilisation
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Changing the air clean filter
Wash cabinet with 2 levels
Wash cabinet with 2 spray arms
Water filtration system in the wash cabinet
Direct coupling to the water intake
Direct coupling to the water intake
Hot air drying
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Controls · Programmes · Durations
Illustration shows G 7881
Fully electronic controls, reliable
­processing
The MULTITRONIC controls on Miele
washer disinfectors precisely monitor and
control programmes and functions. Miele
washer disinfectors are equipped with
an RS 232 serial interface which can be
used to transfer data to a report printer
or PC. Important disinfection programme
data including programme duration,
temperatures and any faults or user
interventions are included in the report.
Simple operation
All symbols used on the control panel are
language neutral and self-explanatory.
Programme sequence indictor lights keep
the user informed on progress. A 3 digit,
7 segment display shows programme
durations as well as wash and disinfection
temperatures. Status and control check
lights are used to alert the user to
maintenance requirements and possible
faults.
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Powerful, yet energy-efficient
­performance
Miele washer disinfectors have a large
wash cabinet with two cleaning levels
(upper and lower baskets) and can be
used to process instruments, accessories,
trays and containers. The upper basket
connects directly to the water inlet and
a flow wheel monitors the water intake.
By using just the right amount of water
for each programme and controlling the
amount of detergent used operating costs
are also kept to a minimum.
Thorough cleaning, assured d
­ isinfection
Standardised procedures are used for
machine processing instruments.
The vario TD programme consists of
a pre-wash at low temperature so that
blood deposits are not denatured. This
is followed by an intensive main wash
including thermal disinfection at >90°C
with a 5 minute holding time.
For optimum care of surgical instruments
the final rinse should be carried out with
dimeneralised water and without using
rinsing agent. This programme is suitable
for the routine processing of all thermally
stable instruments in accordance with
EN ISO 15883. It is also ideal for
processing t­ ransmission instruments as
it treats materials with care. The G 7891
has an ­integrated hot air drying unit for the
­thorough drying of all types of instruments.
The SPECIAL 93°C-10’ programme
complies with the standards required for
the containing of epidemics in disinfectors
and decontamination units, according to
§ 18 of IfSG (German infection protection
regulations). The Robert Koch Institute
in Berlin (German institute for infectious
diseases and non-communicable illnesses)
has declared this programme to be
suitable in effective areas A and B for the
destruction of vegetative bacteria including
mycro-bacteria, fungi and fungal spores
and also for inactivating viruses, including
HBV and HIV.
Model
Duration
Programmes
Main wash
Consumption: Main wash/Disinfection
CW
HW
AD
Electricity
[min]
[l]
[l]
[l]
[kWh]
G 7831
SPECIAL 93°C-10´
57
21.8
–­–
2
vario TD
55
30.3
–
–
1.8
36
23.3
–
–
1.2
6.5
–
–
0.01
Universal
A (freely programmable)
Pre-rinse
4
G 7881*
SPECIAL 93°C-10´
43
26.5
–
9.5
2.9
vario TD
42
38.5
–
9.5
2.6
28
29.5
–
9.5
1.8
3
10.0
–
–
0.02
Universal
A (freely programmable)
Pre-rinse
G 7891
SPECIAL 93°C-10´
43
25.5
–
9.5
2.9
vario TD
42
35.5
–
9.5
2.6
32
29.5
–
9.5
1.8
3
10.0
–
–
0.02
Universal
A (freely programmable)
Pre-rinse
*Connection: CW 15°C; 3 N AC 400V, 9.7 Hz (if connected to a single phase supply durations will be longer)
CW=cold water, HW=Hot water, AD=Aqua destillata
Vario TD programme
Standard programme for the routine
cleaning and disinfection of instruments
soiled with protein (blood, secretions).
– Intensive cleaning using temperatures
that will not cause protein to denature
– Disinfection in accordance with
EN ISO 15883
– High level of material protection
Standard in all Miele washer disinfectors.
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Reliable instrument processing:
Typically Miele
The systematic cleaning, disinfection
and sterilisation of instruments are prerequisites for avoiding risk to both patients
and staff.
Safety born of experience
In the field of dentistry, medical e
­ xpertise
and professional instruments ensure
optimum treatment and patient care.
The systematic cleaning, disinfection
and ­sterilisation (where appropriate) of
­instruments are pre-requisites for avoiding
risk to both patients and staff.
The machine processing of instruments
has become an essential part of ensuring
that standards are met, because cleaning
and disinfection must be carried out
using validated procedures if it is to be
in compliance with the Medical Devices
Directive.
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Extract from the Medical Devices
Directive, § 4 section 2, with respect to
legal changes effective from 1 January
2002
In accordance with regulations, reusable
“low contamination” or “sterile” medical
instruments must be processed following
the manufacturer‘s instructions using
specific, validated procedures, whereby
the successful completion of these
procedures is clearly documented, so that
the health of patients, users or third parties
is not compromised.
Extract from the Robert-Koch-Institute:
According to the RKI guidelines m
­ achine
processing of instruments is ­recommended
in preference to manual processing
­(extract taken from the p
­ ublication
­“Hygiene requirements in dentistry”).
With Miele‘s system medical devices are
processed in accordance with the Medical
Devices directive and with RKI guidelines.
Validation, Performance qualification and
routine monitoring
Protecting patients, users and third
parties
Processing instruments in a Miele m
­ achine
cleans and disinfects in a closed-circuit
system. This process is easy to ­validate
and revalidate. With its ­fungicidal,
­bactericidal and virus-deactivating
­properties, thermal disinfection achieves
the highest possible level of protection
against the risk of infection.
It is only by using this process that the
most essential criteria for professional
instrument processing in dental practices
are fulfilled.
Protection, economy, validation.
MDD conformity
Miele washer disinfectors ensure optimum
cleaning results and thermal d
­ isinfection
in compliance with the provisions of
­international standard EN ISO 15883. The
development and production of these
­machines are incorporated into Miele‘s
Quality Assurance Scheme, which in turn
is in full compliance with DIN ISO 13485.
The appliances are certified as Class 2a
­medical products in accordance with
93/42/EWG and carry the CE 0366 mark.
The full package
Miele offers a comprehensive package for
safe instrument processing in the dental
surgery. After installation, every machine
is commissioned by a specialist service
technician who has received intensive
training as a medical product adviser and
who is able to fully explain the machine‘s
operation and functions.
The Miele service technician is also fully
conversant with process validation in
accordance with EN ISO 15883.
Only from Miele
Extremely reliable systems simplify
the validation process required after
commissioning, as well as regular
revalidation. The cleaning and disinfection
phases can be simply documented on
a PC or printer using the RS 232 serial
interface.
Trouble-free support
With a Miele maintenance contract, regular
revalidation of process sequences by
a Miele service technician and routine
checks by the machine operator, you will
never need to worry about your instrument
processing.
Validation
When processing instruments, cleaning
and disinfection must be carried out using
validated processes as recommended in
The guidelines for medical practices drawn
up by a working group of representatives
from the German Association for Hospital
Hygiene (DGKH), the German Association
for Sterilisation Processes (DGSV) and the
Working Group for Instrument Processing
(AKI). The guidelines specify recognised
quality-assured methods for validation,
which must only be carried out by trained
personnel, e.g. a specially trained Miele
service technician.
Performance qualification
Performance qualification is used to ensure
that the machine produces r­ eproducible
results under specific conditions and
to make sure it complies with EN ISO
15883. Performance qualification tests
the machine‘s cleaning and disinfecting
­performance. Cleaning performance is
tested in accordance with the validation
guidelines set out by DGKH, DGSV and
AKI. Special test instruments with d
­ efined
soiling as well as instruments from the
actual practice are tested for residual
contamination. Disinfection performance
is tested by measuring the disinfection
temperature reached. The results are then
documented.
Support
To assist with testing Miele offer a variety
of media including films, pdf documents,
word lists and internet links.
A CD ROM about qualification testing
and routine monitoring of machine based
cleaning and disinfection processes in the
dental practice is available from:
[email protected]
Cost € 25.00
Purpose of validation
The validation process for washer
­disinfectors should demonstrate that the
cleaning processes are always in line with
prescribed specifications. It covers the
­Installation, operation and performance of
the machine. A Miele service ­technician
can undertake this task on request,
and carry out the validation process in
close co-operation with the operations
­supervisor.
Performance testing and evaluation
must be carried out in accordance with
­guidelines by qualified persons. Please
contact the Miele Service Department
for advice if required. Qualified dental
personnel with the correct training can also
perform these tests.
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Process documentation
in the dental practice
Machine processing in a washer disinfector
is not just more economical than manual
handling, it is also much safer. It offers the
advantage of being able to document the
whole process in detail. And thus Is able
to fulfil the requirements of the Medical
Devices Directive and RKI-BfArm. Data
including programme name, date, time,
temperature, dosage and information
regarding successful cleaning and
disinfection are all documented.
This documentation is also an essential
component in a dental practices‘ own
quality control procedure.
Process documentation can be recorded on
checklists, and be printed and saved.
Washer disinfector / manual process
documentation
• Processing procedures can be checked
and then documented on forms or in lists
• Controls can be carried out according to
standard procedures
• Sign off by hand-written signature
• Documents archived in folders
Washer disinfector / printer
• A standard printer can be connected
to the serial interface (SST) for printing
cleaning and disinfecting processes
• Printed copy is then used for checking
the data
• Hand-written signature on the print-out
• Documents archived in folders
Contact Miele if you require advice on
suitable printers.
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Electronic documentation
Miele washer disinfectors are equipped
with a serial interface (SST) RS 232 as
standard. This interface and the relevant
software enables process documentation
to be easily and reliably made available.
Washer disinfector / USB stick
• A data logger module can be connected
to the serial interface (SST)
• Process data can be saved to a memory
stick
• Data can be transferred from the memory
stick to documentation software on a PC
• Data can then be checked and signed off
on the computer
• Digital signature
• Paper-free, digital long-term archive
The following companies use the serial
interface on Miele washer disinfectors
and offer special process documentation
software:
• DIOS Daten-Informations- und
Organisationssystem GmbH, Reken
• c
omcotec Messtechnik GmbH, Garching
n. München www.comcotec.org
www.segosoft.de
www.dios.de
Contact the above for sales and service
advice.
Washer disinfector / PC software
• Documentation software connects the
machine to a computer (Laptop or PC)
• Network integration also possible using
additional hardware
• Direct transfer of data onto a computer
• Automatic documentation is very secure
against manipulation
• Data can then be checked and signed off
on the computer
• Digital signature
• Paper-free, digital long-term archive
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Systematic protection against infection
In the interest of maintaining the highest
possible efficiency and hygiene standards
in surgeries, the following steps have been
widely accepted by the dental profession
for processing instruments.
1. Transportation of Instruments
Immediately after treatment, used
instruments and accessories are placed
on trays and taken to a central processing
room. Immersion of instruments in a
disinfectant solution is not necessary
if instruments are to be processed by
machine.
2. Removal of coarse soiling
3. Cleaning and disinfection
When processing instruments in a Miele
washer disinfector they should be placed
in mesh trays or inserts. Trays can also be
used. Hollow instruments should be placed
on injector jets. Contaminated instruments
can be left for interim dry storage for
5-6 hours in the machine. Residual
­amalgam must be removed immediately
from instruments.
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4. Checking and testing
After cleaning, disinfecting and d
­ rying
­instruments must be inspected. H
­ inged
instruments may require ­subsequent
­treatment with medical white oil.
­Instruments which do not require
­subsequent sterilisation are then placed
in a central storage unit or returned to the
treatment room.
Important
Oral mirrors are usually very fragile, and an
acceptable level of wear and tear should
be expected over time. Rhodium coated
mirrors are generally suitable for machine
processing, depending on their quality and
how they have been handled.
Rotating instruments such as drills, cutters
and grinders can be machine processed
providing this has been authorised by the
manufacturer. Drills made from instrument
steel cannot be machine processed.
5. Preparation for sterilisation
Individual instruments such as surgical
forceps and small instruments sets are
usually shrink wrapped.
Complete sets of instruments such as
those used for tooth extraction and
­periodontal treatment are placed in set
trays. Root canal instruments are placed
in the appropriate cassettes, to which
­indicator strips are then attached.
6. Sterilisation
Sterilising should be carried out in an
­autoclave or steam steriliser.
7. Hygienic storage
Sterilised instruments that have been
shrink wrapped or placed in cassettes are
then stored in the central storage area..
Frequently used instruments may be
stored in the treatment room. ­Individual
­instruments and accessories, such as
­those required for preventative t­ reatment,
are stored in special wide slatted
­instrument holders. The storage facilities
should be dust-proof.
Upper and lower baskets
O 801/2 Upper basket/lnjector unit
For G 7831
• Front and rear sections free for various
inserts, clearance 200 mm
• Central axis with support frame for
hollow instruments, e.g. suction devices
and 6 holders (AUF 2) for transmission
instruments, 10 silicone holders and
10 jets Ø 4.0 mm, L 30 mm, clearance
175 mm
• Built-in spray arm
• H 267, W 381, D 475 mm
O 800/1 Upper basket/carrier
For G 7831
• For accommodating inserts
• Clearance 200 mm
• Built-in spray arm
• H 270, W 381, D 475 mm
U 800 Lower basket/carrier
For G 7831
• For accommodating inserts
• Loading area W 325, D 485 mm
•C
learance when combined with upper
basket O 800/1 approx. 295 mm O 801/2
approx. 270 mm
• H 62, W 385, D 505 mm
O 177/1 Upper basket/lnjector unit
For G 7881/G 7891
• Right side for inserts
• Left side with height adjustable support
frame for hollow instruments, e.g. suction
devices and 11 holders (AUF 1) for
transmission instruments, 26 silicone
holders and 26 jets Ø 4.0 mm, L 30 mm,
7 funnels supplied loose
• Built-in spray arm
• Clearance
230/205 mm
• Height adjustable
+20+40 mm
• H 263, W 498,
D 455 mm
O 190/1 Top basket / carrier
For G 7881/G 7891
• For accommodating inserts
• Clearance 215 mm
• Height adjustable +/– 20 mm
• Built-in spray arm
• H 265, W 531, D 475 mm
U 874/1 Bottom basket/carrier
For G 7881/G 7891
• For accommodating inserts
•C
learance when combined with upper
basket: O177/1 approx. 220 mm
– 20/– 40 mm
O190/1 approx. 220 mm +/– 20 mm
• Loading area: 495 x 502 mm.
• H 50, W 534, D 515 mm
Powder detergent not possible
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Inserts
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E 146 Insert 1/6 mesh tray
For G 7831/G 7881 and G 7891, in upper
and lower baskets
• For instruments
• Mesh spacing: 3 mm on the base,
1.7 mm on the sides, 8 mm on the lid
• 2 hinged handles
• H 55, W 150, D 225 mm
E 363 Insert 1/6 mesh tray
• As E 146, but with 1 mm mesh spacing
and no handles
E 328 support
• For use in mesh trays E 146 and E 363
• For instruments when mesh trays are
arranged in the upright position
E 131/1 Insert 1/2
For G 7881/G 7891, in the lower basket
• For 5 mesh trays/kidney dishes
• 6 holders (5 sections)
H 160, 80 mm between holders
• H 168, W 180, D 495 mm
E 800 insert
For G 7831, in upper and lower baskets
• For 3 mesh trays/kidney dishes
•4
holders (3 sections)
H 165, 68 mm between holders
• H 165, W 140, D 290 mm
E 523 1/2 Insert
For G 7831, G 7881/G 7891, in the lower
basket
• For mesh trays, e.g. IMS-cassettes
•7
holders (6 sections)
H 145, 50 mm between holders
•H
150, W 220, D 450 mm
Inserts
E 379 Insert 1/2 mesh basket
For G 7881/G 7891, in upper and lower
baskets
• Mesh spacing 1.7 mm
• 2 handles
• H 80 + 30, W 180, D 445 mm
E 378 Insert 1/1 mesh basket
For G 7881/G 7891, in the lower basket
• Mesh spacing 1.7 mm
•2
handles
• H 80 + 30, W 460, D 460 mm
E 430/1 Insert 1/3 mesh tray
For G 7831/G 7881 and G 7891, in upper
and lower baskets
• For instruments
• Mesh spacing 5 mm
• H 40, W 150, D 445 mm
E 337 Insert 2/5
For G 7881/G 7891, in upper and lower
baskets
• For instruments, arranged in an upright
position
• 18 sections approx. 47 x 51 mm
75 sections 14 x 14 mm 1 central tray
• H 145, W 175, D 445 mm
E 802 insert
For G 7831/G 7881 and G 7891, in upper
and lower baskets
•F
or instruments, arranged in an upright
position
•4
sections 47 x 51 mm
4 sections 47 x 40 mm
2 sections 42 x 51 mm
2 sections 42 x 40 mm
48 sections 14 x 14 mm
1 central tray
•H
133, W 163, D 295 mm
E 441 Insert 1/4
For G 7831/G 7881 and G 7891, in upper
and lower baskets
• Mesh tray for micro instruments
• Mesh spacing 1.7 mm solid sides,
stackable
• Internal divisions with 6 adjustable
supports provide the ideal storage for
instruments
• Can be steam sterilised at 121ºC/134ºC
• H 60, W 183, D 284 mm
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Inserts
E 473/1 insert
For G 7831/G 7881 and G 7891, in upper
and lower baskets
• Mesh basket with lid for small
instruments
• For suspending in mesh trays
• H 85, W 60, D 60 mm
E 521/2 insert
For G 7831/G 7881 and G 7891, in upper
and lower baskets
•F
or 7 extraction or orthopaedic molar
forceps
• Each section 21 x 90 mm
• H 114, W 100, D 189 mm
E 522/1 insert
For G 7831/G 7881 and G 7891, in upper
and lower baskets
• 9 Holders for impression plates
• H 140, W 100, D 190 mm
E 520 insert
For G 7831/G 7881 and G 7891, in upper
and lower baskets
• For 18 root canal instruments
• Collapsible, holds instruments securely
for optimum cleaning results
• H 45, W 75, D 30 mm
E 491 Insert (available July 2009)
• Insert for rotating instruments
• For 18 turbine shafts
• For 30 contra angle shafts
• H 53, W 70, D 120 mm
E 147/1 Insert 1/2 (illustrated)
For G 7881/G 7891, in upper and lower
baskets
• For 10–12 mouth rinse beakers,
max. Ø 80 mm
• Plastic coated
• H 155, W 220, D 455 mm
E 801/1 insert
For G 7831, in upper and lower baskets
• For 8 mouth rinse beakers, max. 75 mm
• Plastic coated
• H 155, W 200, D 320 mm
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Inserts
E 130 1/2 Insert
For G 7881/G 7891, in the lower basket
• For 10 trays
• 11 holders (10 sections) H 170, 35 mm
between holders
• H 180, W 180, D 445 mm
E 338 3/5 Insert
For G 7881/G 7891, in the lower basket
• For 8 half trays
•1
0 holders (8 sections)
H 295, 33 mm between holders
•M
ax. tray size 290 x 200 mm
• H 115, W 305, D 453 mm
E 805 insert
For G 7831, in lower basket
• For 8 half trays
• 10 holders (8 sections)
H 295, 33 mm between holders
• Max. tray size 290 x 200 mm
• H 114, W 305, D 353 mm
E 339 Insert 3/5 (illustrated)
• For 16 tray bases/trays
• Max. tray size 290 x 200 mm
• 16 sections, W 295 mm, 21.5 mm
between holders
• H 115, W 305, D 468 mm
E 806 insert
For G 7831, in lower basket
• For 11 tray bases/trays
• 12 holders (11 sections)
H 295, 21.5 mm between holders
• Max. tray size 290 x 200 mm
• H 114, W 305, D 315 mm
E 413 1/1 Insert
For G 7881/G 7891, O 177/1
(Adapters to be sourced from Sirona)
• For 6 Sirona suction tubes
• H 205, W 390, D 450 mm
E 339/19 Insert 3/5 (available June 2009)
• For 13 tray bases/trays
• Max. tray size 290 x 200 mm
• 13 sections, W 295 mm, 30 mm between
holders
• H 115, W 305, D 498 mm
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Inserts
AUF 1
For G 7881/G 7891
• Holders for transmission instruments in
upper basket O 177/1
• Consisting of: Seal, screw socket, clip,
lower section, upper section, 5 ceramic
filters
AUF 2
For G 7831
• Holders for transmission instruments in
upper basket O 801/2
• Consisting of: Seal, screw socket, clip,
lower section, upper section, 5 ceramic
filters
Filter discs for
AUF 1 and AUF 2
• 20 discs
• Porosity 2
• Diameter 30 mm
ADS 1 Silicone adapter
• For Handpieces and contra angles
• Connection approx. 20 mm
• White
ADS 2 Silicone adapter
• For turbines
• Connection approx. 16 mm
• Green
ADS 3 Silicone adapter
• Für Sirona handpieces and contra angles
• Connection approx. 22 mm Ø
• Red
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Processing turbines, handpieces
and contra angles
Filter plate
Upper basket O 177/1 for hollow instruments
Holder for turbines, handpieces and contra angles
Processing turbines, handpieces and
contra angles
The need for complicated processes for
cleaning and disinfecting transmission
­instruments has been eliminated, as these
can be safely processed in a Miele washerdisinfector.
Apart from cleaning and disinfecting
outside surfaces, the most important
criteria for processing turbines, handpieces
and contra-angles are the thorough
disinfection of internal surfaces and, if
required, the sterilisation of transmission
instruments which have been used for
invasive processes.
Upper basket O 177/1 can be fitted with
a filter plate and a silicone adapter to take
a handpiece, a contra-angle or a turbine.
These are fitted on the injector strip
­instead of the injector nozzle. The filter
plates must be changed after approx. 20
wash cycles or every 2 weeks.
Gentle cleaning, thorough disinfection
The cleaning and disinfection of trans­
mission instruments must only be carried
out using the DESIN varioTD (90°C-5’)
­programme, which is designed for these
exceptionally fragile and temperature
­sensitive instruments. This programme
­ensures that transmission instruments are
not exposed to substantial fluctuations
in temperature, and can be used for
processing other instruments at the same
time.
A CD about the hygienic processing
and disinfection of dental instruments is
available on request from Miele.
Leading manufacturers recommend the
reprocessing of transmission instruments
in a Miele washer disinfector.
A dispensing module for liquid cleaning
agents is an essential accessory for this
programme, as transmission instruments
have to be processed using special
­demineralised liquid detergent which is
gentle on the instruments. The use of
­demineralised water using the Reverse
­osmosis system is also recommended. To
avoid the risk of corrosion, transmission
­instruments should be removed from
the m
­ achine as soon as the programme
­finishes, the insides dried with pressurised
air to remove residual moisture, and finally
treated with a conditioning spray.
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Accessories for liquid cleaning agents
and testing procedures
G 7896 DOS cabinet
• Supply unit for 1-4 DOS modules and
containers
• H 850 (820), W 300, D 600 mm
• Compatible with G 7831, G 7881, G 7891
• Freestanding or built under
• Removable door
• Internal dimensions: H 530, W 249, D 480
mm
• 3 levels:
Level 1:
Pull-out drawer on telescopic runners for
storage of up to 4 DOS modules
Levels 2 and 3:
Pull-out drawers on telescopic runners
with drip tray and retainer for storage of
2 five-litre containers (total = 4)
• The following container sizes can be
­accommodated L x H x W
4 x 5 l: 245 x 145 x 225*
2 x 10 l: 140 x 193 x 307
2 x 10 l: 223 x 203 x 321
2 x 10 l: 229 x 193 x 323
2 x 10 l: 194 x 204 x 353
1 x 20 l: 289 x 233 x 396
1 x 25 l: 288 x 234 x 456
* Only possible with DOS K 60/1
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DOS K 60
• For liquid cleaning agents
• Dispensing pump with hose, controlled
via the electronic controls of the machine
• Integrated dispensing monitor
• Siphon (333 mm) with magnetic float for
5 and 10 litre containers
DOS K 60/1
• As DOS K 60
• But with 200 mm siphon with magnetic
float for 5 litre container (short siphon)
Note
Liquid cleaning agent should be used in
the DESIN varioTD programme.
Note
It is best to use liquid cleaning agent with
the vario TD programme
Test kit
• For testing for the presence of proteins
and monitoring cleaning results
• Contents sufficient for 48 tests
• With coding strips for reflectometer
Post-processing safety
Together with the Merck Company, Miele
has developed a quick protein testing kit
for the simple checking of instruments.
This allows specific cleaning processes
and quality control to be carried out in
dental practices on a regular basis.
Accessories for
demineralised water
Illustration shows Miele washer disinfector with
Reverse-Osmosis system RO-190 M2
Operating and check lights
Status:
Ready or Stand by
Conductivity and
throughflow
indicators:
Fault
The complete package from one source
Water quality plays a vital role in
­instrument processing. Mains water
­contains salts and minerals, which
form limescale in the machine and on
­instruments. Demineralised water helps
protect instruments from corrosion. A
­reverse osmosis system is an economical
alternative to demineralised water
cartridges where water consump­tion levels
are high (see the chart on page 27). A
continuous supply of demineralised ­water
helps to prevent corrosion and m
­ akes
the washer disinfector more ­economical,
as the f­iltration system ­protects against
­damaging deposits and helps prevent
down times and the consequent repair
expenses, and lowers the cost of cleaning
agents.
To complete the system Miele offers
­VEOLIA RO-190 M1 and RO-190 M2
­reverse osmosis sytems.
Reverse osmosis system RO-190 M2
• For the continual supply of demineralised
water
• Throughput: max. 190 l/h
• Reverse osmosis system in stainless
steel unit with door and sump
Installation of 2 x 5 litre canisters for
cleaning agents in the plinth
• 2 LEDs show status and conductivity/
flow rates
• Max. yield approx. 50%
Salt retention 96–98%
Water quality approx.
5–100 µS/cm (depending on mains
water, typically 5–20 µS/cm)
RO water connection ¾"
Soft water outlet ¾"
JG concentrate outlet hose
(8 mm)
Water inlet pressure 2–6 bar
Electrical connection 230 V/50 Hz
Connected load 1 kW
Fuse rating 10 A
In operation control light
Electricity consumption: 0.6 kW/h
• Cold water to max. 28°C max. hardness
for mains water 30° dGH, 15° dKH
• Reversible door hinging
• External dimensions: H 520, W 600,
D 560 mm
Reverse osmosis system RO-190 M1
• For the continual supply of demineralised
water to a washer disinfector and to a
steriliser*
• Throughput: max. 190 l/h
• Stand-alone solution for installation in an
adjacent unit
• Stainless steel casing
• External dimensions: H 380, W 545,
D 302 mm
• Other features and technical data as
RO-190 M2
Optional extras for RO-190 M2 and
RO-190 M1
(VEOLIA accessories list)
• Installation of a pre-filter
• Additional connection point, e.g.
for connecting to a steriliser or for
demineralised water
• Pressure tank for storing demineralised
water
• Connection to a water softener
• Ion exchanger
* Important
If a reverse osmosis system is connected to a steriliser an
ion exchanger is required in order to achieve a conductivity
levels of less 5 µS/cm.
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Accessories for
demineralised water
E 318 Demineralised water cartridge/
empty
• Takes 20 litres of single-use resin
E 315 Single-use resin
• 20 litres of homogenous mixed resin for
E 318
• Carton containing 2 x 10 litre bags, vacuum
packed in plastic bags
• Filter bag for resin exchange
E 316 Refill set
• Plastic barrel with lid and funnel
• For 30 litres of single-use resin
G 7895/1 Aqua Purificator
For G 7881/G 7891
• Housing unit for 2 demineralised water
cartridges E 310/E 318
• Integrated conductivity meter
• General recommended quality for the
final rinse < 15 µS/cm
• H 850 (820), W 300, D 600 mm
• Freestanding, can be built-under a
counter
• Casing in stainless steel or white
• Electrical connection AC 230 V 50 Hz
• Plumbing connections:
1 x cold water ¾" threaded union
1 x connection for ­cartridge to machine
2.5–10 bar flow pressure to cartridge
(Pressure loss approx. 1 bar per
cartridge)
E 310 Demineralised water cartridge/full
• Pressurised stainless steel cartridge
• H 570, Ø 240 mm
• Includes vent and pressure release valve
• Contains 20 litres reusable mixed resin
Capacity in litres depends on total mineral
content of the mains water supply and on
the max. accepted conductivity levels.
Conductivity level
5 µS/cm 10 µS/cm
5° dH 4.250 4.500
10° dH 2.125 2.250
15° dH 1.420 1.500
20° dH 1.070 1.125
25° dH 850
950
30° dH 710
750
The information given in this chart is
­intended only as a guide.
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LWM Module C conductivity monitor
• For 2 demineralised water cartridges
E 310/E 318
• H 118, W 235, D 110 mm
• Electrical connection AC 230 V 50 Hz
• 2 hoses approx. 1.9 m, ¾" threaded
union
0–20 µS/cm
1.5 µS/cm = Tridistilate
2.5 µS/cm = Bidistilate
20.0 µS/cm = Monodistilate
Demineralised water cartridge versus
Reverse osmosis system
Water demineralisation cartridge versus
reverse osmosis system
Water consumption per annum
Recommend:
Water demineralisation
cartridge
E 313 wall bracket (top)
• For manual take-off of demineralised
water
• Pressure hose approx. 1.5 m,
­pressurised to 10 bar
E 314 freestanding tap (bottom)
• For manual take-off of demineralised
water
• Pressure hose approx. 1.5 m,
­pressurised to 10 bar
Recommend:
Reverse osmosis system
Demineralised water cartridge versus
reverse osmosis system
Miele recommend that the final rinse is
­carried out with demineralised water to
protect instruments. Two systems are
offered for this: one uses water c
­ artridges
and the other is a reverse osmosis s­ ystem.
Which one is the most economical choice
for your practice will depend on the
­number of loads carried out per day. In
general the reverse osmosis system is
preferable where water consumption levels
are high.
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Technical data
G 7831, G 7881, G 7891
Washer disinfectors
G 7831 G 7881
G 7891
Front loading machine with drop down door, no baskets
•
•
•
Freestanding appliance with lid, can be built under a counter
•
•
•
Freshwater system, max. temperature 93°C
•
•
•
Circulation pump, Qmax [l/min]
200
400
400
Controls/programmes
Multitronic Novo med 45, 5 programmes
•
–
–
Multitronic Novo plus, 5 programmes
–
•
•
Electric door lock
•
•
•
Buzzer at end of programme
•
•
•
Programme failure check
•
•
•
Serial interface for process documentation
•
•
•
1 x Cold water, 0.5–10 bar pressure (50-–1000 kPa)
•
•
•
1 x Cold water for steam condenser, 0.5–10 bar** pressure (50–1000 kPa)
–
–
•
Depending on model 1 x AD water, 0.5–10 flow pressure (50–1000 kPa) –
•
•
Inlet hose ½" with ¾" threaded union, L = approx. 1.7 m
1x
2x
3x
Drain pump DN 22, delivery head 100 cm
•
•
•
Waterproofsystem (WPS)
•
•
•
Plumbing
Electrical connection
AC 230 V 50 Hz, connection cable approx. 1.8 m, 3 x 1.5 mm2 incl. plug •
–
–
3 N AC 400 V 50 Hz, connection cable approx. 1.8 m, 5 x 2.5 mm2 incl. CEE connector
–
•
•
Heater rating [kW]
3.1
9.0
9.0
Circulation pump [kW]
0.2
0.7
0.7
Total connected load, kW
3.3
9.7
9.7
Fuse rating [A]
1 x 16
3 x 16
3 x 16
1 combi dispenser in the door for powder and liquid agents (rinsing agent)
•
–
–
1 powder dispenser in the door
–
•
•
1 liquid dispenser in the door, adjustable between 1–6 ml
•
•
•
1 dispenser pump DOS 10/30 for liquid acidic agents
–
•
•
Dispenser module for liquid cleaning agent
DOS K 60
DOS K 60
DOS K 60
DOS K 60/1
DOS K 60/1
DOS K 60/1
Dispenser system
Connection options
G 7831
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Washer disinfectors
G 7831 G 7881
G 7891
•
•
•
Heat exchanger
•
•
–
Spray
–
–
•
Fan [kW]
–
–
0.3
Heater bank [kW]
–
–
1.4
Total connected load [kW]
–
–
1.7
Air throughput [m3/h]
–
–
50
Temperatures adjustable in 1°C steps [°C]
–
–
50–99
Time adjustable in 1 minute increments [min]
–
–
1–99
–
–
•
External dimensions H/W/D [mm] (Height without lid = 820 mm)
850/450/600
850/600/600
850/600/600
Wash cabinet H [mm]
560
500
500
Wash cabinet W [mm]
O=362, U=380 535
535
Wash cabinet D [mm]
O=474, U=505 O=474, U=516 O=474, U=516
Weight, unloaded [kg]
58
70
78
–
•
–
White housing, plastic lid (AW)
•
•
–
Stainless steel (AE)
•
•
•
•
•
•
• (–)
• (•)
• (•)
Water softener
For cold and hot water to max 70°C, Monobloc
Steam condenser
Drying
Particle filter/Hepa filter class H 12,
Filtration rate > 99.5% (DIN 1822), filter life 100 h
Dimensions, weight
External finish options
White housing, front with frame for décor panel (DER)
Door: H 441–442/W 585–586/thickness 1 mm, Service panel: H 116.6–117.5/W 585–586/thickness 1 mm
Conforms to
DIN EN ISO 15883-1/2, EN 61010-2-40, EN 61326
Test certificates
VDE, VDE-EMV, DVGW, MDD CE 0366, (IP X1)
O = Upper basket, U = bottom basket, • = standard feature, – = not available
G 7881/G 7891
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Washing and disinfecting workwear
Miele offer a range of professional Little
Giant machines for the hygienic cleaning
of workwear, hand towels and cloths in the
practice.
The Little Giant washing machines and
tumble dryers offer a wide range of
­programmes to remove all types of soiling
including stubborn ones like blood and
medications. The large drum volume, short
programme durations and compact size
(the same as a domestic washing machine)
makes these machines perfect for laundry
care in the dental practice.
Special programmes
Thermal and Chemo thermal disinfection
Disinfection procedures conform to RKI
and VAH requirements.
Note: The Little Giants are not approved
as Medical devices in accordance with the
Medical Devices Directive for processing
surgical linen.
LITTLE GIANTS – only from
MIELE PROFESSIONAL
Miele Little Giants employ innovative
technology together with Miele‘s legendary
quality and programmes to suit the user.
Washer extractor
– PW 6065 Plus: 6.5 kg load capacity
Tumble dryer
–P
T 7135 C Plus: 6.5 kg load capacity,
Condenser drying system
–P
T 7136 Plus: 6.5 kg load capacity,
­Vented drying system
Construction
–M
iele professional standard to cope with
very high usage
–L
arge capacity up to 6.5 kg
–W
asher dryer stack only requires a
footprint of ½ m2
– White enamelled or stainless steel
housing
Features
– Patented MIELE HONEYCOMB DRUM
for optimum fabric care during washing
and drying
– Drain pump or dump valve on washing
machines
– PT 7136 Plus tumble dryer with large
area fluff filter
Controls/programmes
– Intelligent easy to use controls
– Clear text user navigation display
– Very short programme durations for a
high throughput
– Wide range of programmes with
­additional target group specific wash
programmes
– Individually programmable
– Optical interface for updates
For detailed description see the brochure:
LITTLE GIANTS
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Miele & Cie. KG
Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh
Postfach, 33325 Gütersloh
www.miele-professional.com
[email protected]
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SLOVAKIA
Miele spol. s. r. o.
Plynàrenskà 1
82109 Bratislava
Tel. +421/2/53 63 37 37
Telefax +421/2/53 63 37 46
MEXICO
Miele S.A. de C.V.
Av. Santa Fé 170
German Centre 0-4-2
Col. Lomas de Santa Fé
01210, México, D.F.
Tel. +52/55/85 03 98 70 and
+52/55/85 03 98 73
Telefax +52/55/85 03 98 74
SLOVENIA
Miele d.o.o.
Brncˇicˇeva 41 g
1000 Ljubjana
Tel. +386 (0)1563 44-80
Telefax +386 (0) 1563 44-90
NETHERLANDS
Miele Nederland B.V.
De Limiet 2, 4131 NR Vianen
Tel. +31(0)3 47/37 88 83
Telefax +31(0)3 47/37 84 29
NEW ZEALAND
Miele New Zealand Ltd.
Unit L, 10–20 Sylvia Park Road
Mt. Wellington, 1060 Auckland
Tel. +64(0)9/573 1269
Telefax +64(0)9/573 1268
NORWAY
Miele AS
Løxaveien 13
1351 Rud
Tel. +47/67 17 31 00
Telefax +47/67 17 31 10
ROMANIA
Miele Appliances SRL
Intrarea Narciselor 8
OTOPENI
Jud. Ilfov
Tel. +40 21 3520777
Telefax +40 21 3520776
SOUTH AFRICA
Miele SA (Pty) Ltd.
63 Peter Place
Bryanston 2194
Tel. +27(0)11/5 48-19 00
Telefax +27(0)11/5 48-19 35
SWEDEN
Miele AB
Industrivägen 20
Box 1397
171 27 Solna
Tel. +46(0)8/5 62 29-000
Telefax +46(0)8/5 62 29-209
SWITZERLAND
Miele AG
Limmatstr. 4
8957 Spreitenbach
Tel. +41(0)56/4 17 20 00
Telefax +41(0)56/4 17-24 69
TURKEY
Miele Elektrikli Aletler
Dıs¸. Tic. ve Paz. Ltd. S¸ ti.
Güvercin Sokak No. 10
34330 Levent-Istanbul
Tel. +90/2 12/3 25 84 40
Telefax +90/2 12/3 25 84 49
UKRAINE
Miele LLC
Spaskaya St., 30 A
04070 Kiev
Tel. +38 (8)044 4960300
Telefax +38 (8)044 4942285
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Miele Appliances Ltd.
Gold & Diamond Park
Sheikh Zayed Road
Building No. 6,
Offices Nos. 214–220
Dubai
Tel. +971 4 3418444
Telefax +971 4 3418852
USA
Miele, Inc.
9 Independence Way
Princeton, NJ 08540
Tel. 001-800/843 72 31
Telefax 001-609/419 42 41
OTHER COUNTRIES:
Sales International
Miele & Cie. KG
Carl-Miele-Straße 29
33332 Gütersloh
Tel. +49(0)52 41-89 15 07
Telefax +49(0)52 41-89 15 00
SPAIN
Miele S.A.
Carretera de Fuencarral, 20
28108 Alcobendas (Madrid)
Tel. +34/91/6 23 20 00
Telefax +34/91/6 62 02 66
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