VITA VACUMAT 40 T

VITA VACUMAT 40 T
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VITA VACUMAT 40 T
Operating manual
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Table of Contents
1
FOREWORD ................................................................................................................................................ 5
1.1 PICTOGRAMS ..................................................................................................................................... 5
1.2 COPYRIGHT........................................................................................................................................ 5
2
TECHNICAL INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................... 6
2.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................. 6
2.2 EXTERNAL CONTROL EQUIPPED WITH ......................................................................................... 6
3
PROGRAM POSSIBILITIES ........................................................................................................................ 7
3.1 FIRING PROGRAMS........................................................................................................................... 7
3.2 SERVICE PROGRAMS (SEE ALSO SECTION 19)............................................................................ 7
4
SAVING OF FIRING DATA FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE ........................................................................ 8
5
SAFETY FUNCTIONS.................................................................................................................................. 8
6
DIMENSIONS/WEIGHTS ............................................................................................................................. 9
6.1 FIRING UNIT........................................................................................................................................ 9
6.2 CONTROL UNIT .................................................................................................................................. 9
6.3 ELECTRIC DATA FIRING UNIT/CONTROL UNIT.............................................................................. 9
6.4 VACUUM PUMP (ACCESSORY) ELECTRICAL DATA...................................................................... 9
6.5 SCOPE OF DELIVERY........................................................................................................................ 9
7
INSTALLATION AND START-UP ............................................................................................................. 10
7.1 MOUNTING LOCATION .................................................................................................................... 10
7.2 CONNECTING THE UNIT TO THE MAINS SUPPLY ....................................................................... 11
7.3 SHUTTING DOWN THE UNIT, OUT OF OPERATION..................................................................... 12
7.4 NIGHT MODE .................................................................................................................................... 12
8
NOTES ON SAFETY.................................................................................................................................. 12
8.1 INTENDED USE ................................................................................................................................ 12
8.2 NOTES ON INFORMATION DECALS .............................................................................................. 13
8.3 CLEANING THE FIRING UNIT.......................................................................................................... 14
8.4 OPERATION AND CLEANING OF THE CONTROL UNIT ............................................................... 14
8.5 FUSES ............................................................................................................................................... 14
8.6 CE – SIGN ......................................................................................................................................... 14
8.7 FAN .................................................................................................................................................... 15
8.8 VOLTAGE SUPPLY FAILURE........................................................................................................... 15
8.9 WARRANTY AND LIABILITY ............................................................................................................ 15
8.10 SPARE PARTS .................................................................................................................................. 15
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TEMPERATURE RISE ............................................................................................................................... 16
10 AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT........................................................................................ 16
11 GENERAL OPERATION OF UNIT ............................................................................................................ 17
11.1 NUMERICAL INPUTS........................................................................................................................ 17
11.2 ALPHA NUMERICAL INPUTS........................................................................................................... 18
11.3 QUICKSTARTING A FIRING PROGRAM – QUICKSTART............................................................. 18
12 START MENU ............................................................................................................................................ 19
13 STANDBY .................................................................................................................................................. 20
13.1 ADJUSTMENT OF STANDBY TEMPERATURE .............................................................................. 20
13.2 START/STOP STANDBY MODE....................................................................................................... 21
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14 SELECTING A FIRING PROGRAM...........................................................................................................22
15 CHANGING PROGRAM VALUES .............................................................................................................24
16 LIFT POSITIONS FOR PRE-DRYING .......................................................................................................25
16.1 DIRECT INPUT OF CHANGES FOR LIFT POSITION AND POSITION TIME. ................................26
16.2 INPUT OF CHANGES TO LIFT POSITION AND POSITION TIME IN THE PRE-DRYING MENU . 27
17 LIFT POSITIONS FOR COOLING .............................................................................................................29
17.1 DIRECT INPUT OF CHANGES TO THE LIFT POSITION COOLING ..............................................29
17.2 ENTERING A CHANGE OF LIFT POSITION COOLING IN THE COOLING MENU ........................30
18 VACUUM SETTINGS .................................................................................................................................32
19 SERVICE PROGRAMS ..............................................................................................................................34
19.1 INFORMATION ABOUT THE UNIT/SOFTWARE .............................................................................34
19.2 LANGUAGE SELECTION..................................................................................................................34
19.3 SCREEN SETTINGS .........................................................................................................................35
19.4 PROCESS DATA ...............................................................................................................................35
19.5 LOADING FIRING PROGRAMS FROM THE MEMORY STICK .......................................................35
19.6 DATE - TIME ......................................................................................................................................36
19.7 DISPLAY FORMAT ............................................................................................................................36
19.8 LIFT SPEED ADJUSTMENT .............................................................................................................37
19.9 OPERATING DATA............................................................................................................................37
19.10 TEMPERATURE CALIBRATION BY MEANS OF SILVER TEST .....................................................38
19.11 VACUUM CALIBRATION...................................................................................................................38
19.12 PERFORM VACUUM CALIBRATION................................................................................................39
19.13 PROGRAMS ......................................................................................................................................39
19.14 DRY – PROGRAM (VITA IN-CERAM SPRINT) ................................................................................39
20 SOFTWARE UPDATE................................................................................................................................40
21 FACTORY SETTINGS................................................................................................................................40
22 ERROR MESSAGES..................................................................................................................................41
23 FIRING TABLES ........................................................................................................................................43
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23.1 VITA VM 7 .........................................................................................................................................43
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23.2 VITA VM 9 .........................................................................................................................................43
23.3 VITA VMK 95......................................................................................................................................44
23.4 VITA OMEGA 900 ..............................................................................................................................45
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23.5 VITA RESPONSE .............................................................................................................................45
23.6 VITA TITANIUM PORCELAIN ...........................................................................................................46
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23.7 VITADUR ALPHA .............................................................................................................................46
23.8 ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS................................................................................................................46
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23.9 SOLDERING IN VITA VACUMAT 40 T............................................................................................47
23.10 TEMPLATE FOR CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMS.................................................................................48
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1
Foreword
These operating instructions provide a considerable help for successful and risk free operation of the
unit.
The operating instructions contain important information for safe, proper and economical operation of
the equipment. Compliance with these instructions helps to avoid dangers, to reduce repair costs and
downtimes and to enhance the reliability and the service life of the unit.
The illustrations and drawings in these operating instructions serve the general clarification and are by
no means substantial the details of the equipment design.
The operating instructions must be available near the unit at any time. They must be read and applied
by all persons involved in work on/with the unit, such as.:
• operation,
• troubleshooting and fault rectification during operation,
• care,
• upkeep (maintenance, inspections, repair).
1.1
Pictograms
This pictogram warns of dangerous voltage. Before opening the unit it must be isolated
from the power supply by pulling out the mains plug.
This pictogram warns of hot surfaces. Injuries by burning are possible.
This pictogram draws the attention to dangerous situation with the possible risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment.
This pictogram highlights useful hints, explanations and additional information concerning handling of the unit.
1.2
Copyright
These operating instructions must be treated confidentially. They should only be used by authorized
persons. Disclosure to third parties is only permitted with the written approval of VITA Zahnfabrik
H. Rauter GmbH&Co.KG.
All documents are protected by copyright law.
Any disclosure as well as the reproduction of documents, even in form of exerpts, utilization and publication of its content is not permitted, if not explicitly approved. Violations are liable to prosecution and
oblige to compensation.
All rights concerning the exercise of industrial property rights remain reserved.
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2
Technical information
2.1
General description
• Powerful in technology – highest temperature accuracy temperature sensors
• Time saving operating comfort – moderate spatial requirements – optimal firing results
• Housing made of paint finished sheet steel and stainless steel
• Firing charge rack
• Firing chamber furnished with high quality insulating material
• Quart material firing muffle
• Automatic temperature adjustment
• Temperature accuracy plus/minus 2 °C
2.2
External control equipped with
•
Clearly laid out colour touchscreen display
•
Clearly arranged and self-explaining operation
•
Operation related notes for possible inputs
•
Internal memory for approx. 200 firing programs
•
Software updates via Memory Stick
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3
Program possibilities
3.1
Firing programs
• Memory capacity for approx. 200 firing programs.
• Setting the standby temperature (see also section 13).
• Free programming of 3 lift positions and interval times for pre-drying
(see also section 16).
• Temperature rise with simultaneous activation of the vacuum pump.
• Changing of program values for one-time program sequence (see also section 15).
• Free programming of lift position for cooling (see also section 17).
• Adjustable vacuum time.
• Opening of the firing chamber while maintaining the standby temperature
(see also section 13.2).
• Standby – mode night program (see also section 14).
• Rapid cooling to standby temperature after expiration of program (see also section 14).
3.2
Service programs (see also section 19)
• Language selection (D, E, F, SP, I )
• Information (software, software update, equipment-no., Service e-mail)
• Display brightness / contrast control
• Saving – exporting process data
• Setting Date / Time
• Format – display of temperature °C or °F, date / time 24h/am/pm.
• Adjustment of lift speed.
• Operating data (total operating hours, operating hours of firing muffle, information concerning the
firing muffle, number of firing programs started)
• Calibration (program for silver test, input for temperature offset, vacuum adjustment)
• Termination of program (press "Stop" button 1 or 2 times)
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4
Saving of firing data for quality assurance
• Saving of firing data nominal and actual values (see also section 19.4)
• Saving of user name, equipment-no., date of firing incident, job-no.,
• These data are saved to the memory of the control unit and exported to the management program
(FDS – Firing – Data – System) on the PC by means of a Memory Stick.
* Management program FDS is special accessory and must be ordered separately.
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Safety functions
• Temperature sensor monitoring
• Temperature monitoring
• Vacuum monitoring
• Power failure protection (see also section 8.8).
• Lift monitoring
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6
Dimensions/weights
6.1
Firing unit
• Width:
220 mm
• Depth:
320 mm
• Height:
420 mm
• Housing:
Steel/stainless steel
• Weight:
10,0 kg
• Firing chamber capacity:
Diameter:
Height:
90 mm
55 mm
• Firing chamber temperature: max. 1200 °C
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Control unit
• Width:
195 mm
• Depth:
150 mm
• Height:
150 mm
• Housing:
Steel/stainless steel
• Weight:
1.0 kg
Electric data firing unit/control unit
• Electric connection:
or
230 Volt AC, 50 Hz
100/110 Volt AC, 50/60Hz
• Wattage:
max. 1500 Watt
Vacuum pump (accessory) electrical data
• Electric connection:
or
230 Volt, 50/60 Hz
100/110 Volt, 50/60 Hz
• Wattage:
max. 0.2 kW
• Weight:
approx. 6.4 kg
Scope of delivery
Unit in special cardboard box, complete with:
• 1 control unit
• 1 Connecting cable for control unit
• 1 Firing socket
• 1 Connecting cable for mains supply
• 1 Core pincers
• 1 Package with firing carriers A + B
• 1 Package with firing supports G
• 1 Operating instructions
• 1 Stylus for control unit
Special accessories on request:
• Vacuum pump:
or
230 Volt, 50/60 Hz
100/110 Volt, 50/60 Hz
• Management program FDS (see also section 4).
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Installation and start-up
7.1
Mounting location
• Install the unit in a dry, heated room with
a clearance of at least 25 cm to the nearest wall.
• With temperatures below 15 °C (e.g. after
transport) let the unit rest for about 30
minutes at room temperature before
starting it up.
• Make sure the unit is standing on a temperature resistant surface. The radiation
and heat development is within a harmless range. However, it cannot be completely ruled out that sensitive furniture
surfaces and veneers will show slight
discoloration caused by the permanent
exposure to heat over the course of time.
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1
2
3
4
• Avoid exposure to direct sunlight.
5
• Do not place any inflammable objects
near the unit.
• Do not place the control unit into the direct heat emission range of the firing
chamber.
Abb. 1
1
Rack for firing objects
2
Main switch
3
Vacuum connection
4
Connection, vacuum pump
5
Mains connection
6
Fuses
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7.2
Connecting the unit to the mains supply
Before start-up read section 8
"Notes on safety"!
• Plug the connecting cable into control
unit (2/1) and firing unit.
• Connect the vacuum pump (Abb. 1)
• Use the supplied mains lead to connect
the unit to the mains supply (Abb. 1). The
connecting cable should be a hot equipment supply lead of type HO5RR-F
2
3G1,0 mm . Avoid connecting to a multiple socket outlet with extension lead, because there is a risk of fire when overloaded.
2
• Switch on the unit by the main switch, the
lift moves to bottom position.
1
• Clean lift plate and lift plate seal (dust
particles resulting from the transport of
the unit).
• Place the firing socket (2/2) on the lift
plate.
Abb. 2
1
Control unit
2
Firing socket
• Press button "Start" to activate standby
mode (see also section 13).
During initial start-up of the unit enter Date /
Time.
• Input Date: DD.MM.YY.
• Input Time: HH:MM
• Press button "OK" – the display shows
the main menu.
see also section 19.6
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7.3
Shutting down the unit, out of operation
If the unit is not used the lift should be retracted into the firing chamber and the unit switched off by
the main switch (see Fig. 1, item 2). Closing the firing chamber protects the insulation and prevents
the absorption of moisture.
To shut down the unit press the button with the switch-off symbol, the lift is automatically retracted,
switch off the unit by the main switch (see also section 12).
7.4
Night mode
After selecting a firing program there is also the possibility to activate the automatic shutdown.
After expiry of the firing program and cooling down of the firing chamber to 200 °C the lift is
automatically retracted and the unit switched to standby mode.
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Notes on safety
For your own personal safety you should thoroughly read the following notes on safety before
starting operation of the unit.
8.1
Intended use
Basis for the design of the unit
The unit is of state of the art design and complies with the generally accepted rules concerning health
and safety.
However, danger for the health and safety of the user or third parties as well as impairments of the
unit and other material values may arise if the unit is improperly used.
Inadmissible modes of operation
Operation of the unit is not permitted
• with power sources, products etc. which are subject of a dangerous chemicals ordinance or which
could affect the health of the operating personnel in any other way
• with equipment that has been changed by the user
Permitted modes of operation
Operation of this machine is only permitted if these operating instructions were read and understood
and the procedures described are complied with.
Any other use and any use beyond these limits, such as the processing of products other than the
ones specified and the handling of hazardous or health threatening substances, is considered as unintended use.
The manufacturer/supplier will not assume liability for damage resulting from this. The risk must solely
be born by the user.
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8.2
Notes on information decals
This symbol warns of dangerous voltage.
Before opening the unit it must be isolated
from the power supply by pulling out the
mains plug.
After removing the back plate and
with the unit switched off parts of
the mains unit on the printed circuit
board may still carry a remanent
voltage of up to 400 Volt.
The manufacturer will not assume liability for accidents of the
user caused by work on the
opened unit.
Do not place any objects near the
lifting plate (3/1). The lift will move
down to bottom position when
switching on the unit.
Use the laterally extendable rack (3/2) to
deposit firing objects.
1
Never operate the units without the firing
socket attached (Abb. 2).
2
In continuous operation (max. end temperature, max. firing time) parts of the firing
chamber may reach increased temperatures
(higher than 70 °C).
Do not reach with your hands into the open
firing chamber when the unit is connected,
there is a risk of touching electrically live or
hot parts.
Fig. 3
1
Lift plate
2
Storage rack
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8.3
Cleaning the firing unit
Pull out the mains plug before starting to clean!
Cleaning of the firing chamber from inside is not necessary, regular cleaning of the housing with a
damp cloth enhances the operational reliability.
Do not use any cleansing agents or combustible fluids for cleaning .
8.4
Operation and cleaning of the control unit
The control unit is solely to be operated with the pin supplied for this purpose.
The use of other operating elements will cause damage to the touchscreen.
Clean the display at regular intervals with a screen cleansing agent.
Such cleansers do not leave any scratches, generate an anti-static effect and retard resoiling.
Damage to the display caused by inappropriate handling during operation or cleaning, are excluded
from warranty.
8.5
Fuses
2 fuses for the unit are installed on the rear
side of the unit. The information decals provide information on the fuses used in the
unit. Fuses with different capacity must not
be used.
230 Volt version
T 8 H 250 V
100/110 Volt version
T 15 H 250 V
8.6
CE – Sign
The CE – Symbol represents a legally binding statement that the unit is in compliance
with the generally valid requirements, the directive 73/23/EEC (low voltage directive) as
well as the directive 89/EEC (EMCdirective).
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8.7
Fan
The unit is equipped with a fan. The fan is temperature regulated, switching on and off as well as the
speed are automatically controlled.
The fan prevents excessive heating up of the unit and contributes to the general operational reliability.
Failure of the fan is indicated by means of an error message in the display (see error messages). For
safety reasons the unit should never be operated without fan. The top cover of the firing chamber and
the openings in the rear cover must never be obstructed or blocked.
8.8
Voltage supply failure
The unit is equipped with a voltage failure protection . In case of a short-term voltage supply failure
this element prevents a termination of the program with a resulting a firing fault. The voltage failure
protection becomes effective as soon as the main voltage fails during a progressing firing program.
Mains voltage failure time less than approx. 10 sec.
The display is switched on again, the information field shows the information "Recover". This information is automatically deleted after expiration of the program, the program continues and is not aborted.
Mains voltage failure time longer than approx. 10 sec.
The program is terminated, the display is out of operation. Once the mains voltage is applied again,
the display indicates a voltage failure for the reason of information, press the confirmation button to
reset the message.
After the mains voltage is applied again the time needed to switch the control unit back on is
approx. 20 sec.
8.9
Warranty and liability
The warranty and liability depends on the conditions agreed upon by contract.
Changes to the software without the knowledge of and approval by VITA Zahnfabrik H. Rauter
GmbH & Co KG cause the exemption from liability and warranty.
8.10 Spare parts
Spare parts must comply with the technical requirements determined by the manufacturer. This is always assured when using original spare parts.
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9
Temperature rise
In the program the temperature rise is displayed in °C/Min and in Min/sec. The input value can be selected between °C/Min (20 °C – 120 °C) or Min/sec. (2:00 – 40:00). The second value is automatically
calculated and displayed. The input of values outside the permissible range will not be accepted and
the last valid value will be displayed again. If the calculated temperature rise of 20°C/Min is fallen short
of or the top value of 120 °C is exceeded because of the input of a temperature rise value in Min/sec,
a valid temperature rise time in Min/sec is automatically entered.
If the pre-dryer temperature or the firing temperature is changed after the input of the temperature rise,
the value °C/Min is corrected and the time in Min/sec is maintained, as long as the value is in the permissible range.
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Automatic temperature adjustment.
The automatic temperature adjustment is performed after each start of a firing program.
This temperature adjustment accounts for or corrects all deviations of electronic components related
to temperature measurement and temperature control that have occurred. This adjustment is made in
5 msec., the general course of time is thereby not affected. This ensures a uniform temperature performance of +/- 2 °C, even over a long operating time of the unit.
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General operation of unit
The display is solely to be operated with the
stylus supplied for this purpose.
The use of other means for operation will cause damage to the touchscreen and possible malfunctions.
11.1 Numerical inputs
The fields "2" and "3" are only displayed if process data "ON" has
been selected in the service menu,
see also sections 4 and 19.4.
When clicking on fields for numerical input a
keypad is displayed.
When clicking on fields for numerical input a
keypad is displayed.
Click on a field:
The field is highlighted in colour. The input
of a value deletes the existing value.
or
1
1
2
3
2
Touch the field with the pin behind the last
digit:
The cursor is displayed. Use button "←" to
delete the digits one by one.
Input of time values always with
colon, e.g.
time 0 input = 1:00 (Min/sec.)
or
6 Min = 6:00
Confirm value with "OK".
3
Info bar
Possible input values are displayed.
Input field for user
Input field for job number
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11.2 Alpha numerical inputs
When operating the input field for users
(only visible if "ON" is selected in the service
"process data" (see section 19.4 and4)) the
keypad is displayed.
Click on a field:
The field is highlighted in colour. The input
of a value deletes the existing value.
or
Touch the field with the pin behind the last
digit:
The cursor is displayed. Use button "←" to
delete the digits one by one.
1
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
Shift-key
Special characters
Space key
Changeover key for numbers
11.3 Quickstarting a firing program – Quickstart
Quickstart is displayed if the firing chamber
temperature is still higher than the selected
pre-drying temperature when starting a firing
program.
The opposite display appears on the screen.
The smaller temperature difference between
pre-dryer temperature and end temperature
results in a shorter rise time.
The temperature gradient is maintained and
the adapted rise time is displayed.
Pressing button "Yes" starts the program
immediately, when pressing button "No" the
program is started after the firing temperature has reached the pre-drying temperature.
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12
Start menu
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1
The display is solely to be operated with the
stylus supplied for this purpose.
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2
The use of other means for operation will
cause damage to the touchscreen and possible malfunctions.
3
After switching on the unit the display shows
the main menu.
4
• Switch on the unit by the main switch.
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5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
7
Date/Time
Lift button up
Lift button down
Shut down unit
Program selection
Change to Service programs
Change standby temperature
Start = standby
Heating off
Firing chamber temperature
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• The lift moves to bottom position
• The main menu is displayed.
13
Standby
13.1 Adjustment of standby temperature
• Press button "Standby" (1) in the start
menu.
1
• Enter a value via the numerical keypad (2).
2
3
4
20
• Press button "OK" (3) to confirm or "Cancel" (4) without changing the temperature.
13.2 Start/stop standby mode
1
• Press button "Start" (1) in the start menu.
• Press button "Open" (2), switch on the
heating, the lift moves down to bottom
position.
or
• Press button "Stop" (3), quit standby
mode, switch off the heating, the lift
moves down to bottom position.
or
• Press button "Close", switch on the heating, the lift moves up to top position.
If no further operation takes place within 5
minutes the heating will switch off.
In standby mode the following functions are
available for selection:
• Lift buttons
• Program selection
• Service
• Shut down unit
2
3
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Selecting a firing program
• Press button "Prog. No" (1) in the start
menu.
1
• Enter a program no. (No. 1 – 200) with
the keypad
• Press button "Select program" (3).
2
3
Night program (4):
After expiration of the program and
cooling down to 200 °C the lift is
retracted and the display switched
off.
Press key (4) to switch on.
Active night mode is indicated.
• Press button "Start" (5) to start the program.
• Press button "Main menu" (6) to return to
the start menu.
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5
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The Info bar (8) shows the active program
section.
The chronological sequence is displayed
green in the firing curve (7).
7
• Press button "Stop" (9) to terminate the
program.
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A buzzer will sound at the end of the program.
Quick cooling (10):
The pump is switched on, at a firing
chamber temperature of 50 °C
below the standby temperature the
lift is retracted and heated up again
to standby temperature.
The symbol "Quick cooling" (10) is
only displayed if the temperature in
the firing chamber is higher than the
standby temperature.
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15 Changing program values
• Press button "Prog. No" in the start
menu.
• Enter the program-no.
• Press button "Select program".
The process for changing program values is
explained on the example for changing the
pre-drying time.
• Press field "Pre-drying time" (1).
1
4
The field is highlighted. The Info bar (2)
shows the possible input values.
• Enter a value via the numerical keypad
(4).
• Press button "OK" (3) to confirm.
2
3
Do not save value
• Press button "Start" (5).
The program runs with changed values.
After the sequence return to the originally
saved value.
Save value
• Press button "Save" (6).
• Press button "Yes".
• Press button "Start" (5).
The value is saved, the program continues with the changed value.
After expiration the value remains in the
memory.
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6
This sequence applies for changes to all
program values.
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Lift positions for pre-drying
For the pre-drying phase 3 lift positions are available.
• Pos. 1 – bottom position – the possible input value is 0 – 30 %, the time value 0 – 2:00 Min.
• Pos. 2 – middle position – the possible input value is maximum 50 %, the time value 0 – 2:00 Min
• Pos. 3 – top position – the input value is maximum 80 %, the time value is the difference to the predrying time and is determined and entered automatically.
The basic values ex factory are:
• Pos. 1 = 0 % time = 2:00 Min.
• Pos. 2 = 20 % time = 2:00 Min.
• Pos. 3 = 50 % time = 2:00 Min.
When changing a pre-drying time by more than 6:00 Min the time for Pos. 1 and Pos.2 is maintained
and the time for Pos. 3 is extended accordingly.
When changing a pre-drying time of less than 3:00 Min pre-drying is performed in Pos. 2 with lift position 50 %.
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16.1 Direct input of changes for lift position
and position time.
• Press button "Prog. No" in the start
menu.
• Enter the program-no.
• Press button "Select program".
Example: Change of lift position 1:
• Actuate the field "Lift position 1" (1).
1
4
The field is highlighted. The Info bar (2)
shows the possible input values.
• Enter a value via the numerical keypad
(4).
• Press button "OK" (3) to confirm.
2
3
Do not save value
• Press button "Start" (5).
The program runs with changed values.
After the sequence return to the originally
saved value.
Save value
• Press button "Save" (6).
• Press button "Yes".
• Press button "Start" (5).
The value is saved, the program continues with the changed value.
After expiration the value remains in the
memory.
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16.2 Input of changes to lift position and position time in the pre-drying menu .
• Press button "Prog. No" in the start
menu.
• Enter the program-no.
• Press button "Select program".
• Press symbol "Pre-drying" (1).
1
• Press symbol "Lift position" (2).
The lift travels to position 1, 2 or 3.
The fields Pos. and Time belonging to
the position are highlighted in colour, except the Time for Pos. 3. This is automatically determined, inputs are not possible.
2
3
The positions are changed as follows:
• Actuate the position field (6).
4
• Enter the value via the keypad (3).
• Press button "OK" (5).
or
• Move the lift to the desired position with
the lift keys (4).
• Press button "OK" (5).
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5
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• Press button "Save" (7).
7
Save changes:
• Press button "Yes" (8).
Changes for a program sequence:
• Press button "No" (9).
8
9
• Press button "Symbol" (10).
10
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17
Lift positions for cooling
• Press button "Prog. No" in the start
menu.
• Enter the program-no.
• Press button "Select program".
• If cooling is not activated press button
"Cooling On/Off" (1), basic values are
displayed.
17.1 Direct input of changes to the lift position
cooling
• Press button "On/Off" (1) to activate cooling.
1
• Actuate the field for "Lift position" (2), the
keypad (3) is displayed.
2
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• Enter the value.
3
• Press button "OK" (4).
4
• Press button "Start" (5).
After expiration the original value is restored.
or
• Press button "Save" (6).
•
5
Press button "Yes".
(Button "Yes" is displayed after the button "Save" has been actuated).
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17.2 Entering a change of lift position cooling
in the cooling menu
• Press symbol "Cooling" (1).
("Cooling" must be active.)
1
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• Press input field "%" (2) or button
"Lift" (3).
3
2
4
• Enter the value (4).
5
6
or
• Press button "Lift up" (5) or "Lift
down" (6).
• Press button "OK" (7).
7
• Press symbol "Cooling" (8).
Start the program with changed value.
After expiration the original value is restored.
or
• Press button "Save" (9).
• Press button "OK".
(Button "OK" is displayed after the button
"Save" has been actuated).
8
• Press symbol "Cooling" (8).
• Start the program with changed value.
9
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18
Vacuum settings
• Press button "Prog. No" in the start
menu.
• Enter the program-no.
• Press button "Select program".
• Press button "VAC" (1)
Activate/deactivate vacuum.
• Press button "Save" (2).
1
When choosing "On" the basic values will be
accepted.
"Start" = with start of temperature rise.
"Stop" = Final temperature.
"Duration" = like rise time
2
Example: Change of start temperature
• Actuate the field "Start" (3), the keypad is
displayed.
• Enter the value.
• Press button "OK" (4), the image
changes.
Start the program with changed value.
After expiration the original value is restored.
or
• Press button "Save" (2).
•
3
4
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Press button "Yes".
In case of program changes, for pre-drying temperature/start temperature, end temperature
and rise time the times for switching on and off are automatically adapted.
The pump running time is identical with the rise time.
The vacuum display shows the value in %. On the basis of atmospheric pressure of 1000 mbar at sea
level:
100 % =
- 1000 mbar (cannot be reached)
95 %
=
- 950 mbar or 50 mbar absolute
90 %
=
- 900 mbar or 100 mbar absolute
The vacuum value reached depends on the power of the vacuum pump used and is in the range from
85 - 95 % (150 mbar - 50 mbar absolute)
If the vacuum value of 30 % within a period of approx. 15 seconds during the course of a firing program, the firing program will be aborted and the error message Vacuum within 15 s < 30 % is displayed (see section 22 "22").
Formation of condensation water in the firing chamber insulation and in the vacuum pump results in
a lesser vacuum and therefore to poorer firing results.
For this reason the lift should be retracted when the unit is switched off, thus to avoid the absorption to
moisture.
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19
Service programs
• Press button "Service" in the start menu.
The individual sections are activated by
touching with the pin.
Possible changes are saved by actuating
the button "Accept".
19.1 Information about the unit/Software
Version cont.
Version core
Unit – ID cont.
Unit – ID core
VITA
Dealer
=
=
=
=
=
=
Software of control unit
Software for core
Serial-no. of control unit
Serial-no. of core
Hotline phone-no.
VITA
Concerning the button "Update" see section
20 "20".
Concerning the button "Factory Setting" see
section 21 ".
19.2 Language selection
•
Select the desired language.
•
Press button "Accept".
•
Press button "Main menu".
The actual screen display may vary
from the opposite illustration.
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19.3 Screen settings
Calibrating the touch panel
This calibration must be carried out when
actuation of a field on the screen does not
trigger any action of the desired function.
• Operate the button "Calibrate touch
panel".
• Keep on pressing the dots appearing on
the dark display, until the display lights
up.
Contrast
• Adjust the desired contrast with the slide
switch.
• Press button "Accept".
19.4 Process data
see also section 4 "4".
"On" = Process data are saved in the control
unit.
"Off" = Process data will not be saved.
"Process data" = Number of saved firing
programs.
"Export" = Copies firing data to the Memory
Stick (see also section 4 ).
19.5 Loading firing programs from the Memory Stick
Saved firing programs are exported to the
Memory Stick (see also section 4).
• Plug in the Memory Stick in the main
menu.
• Press button "Service".
• Press button "Info".
• Press button "Update"
Firing data are transferred to the Memory
Stick
After the transfer change to the main menu
and pull out the stick.
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19.6 Date - Time
• Actuate "Date/Time".
• Press field "Date" or "Time".
Input date = DD: MM: YY
Input time = HH: MM
see also section "Display formats".
• Press button "Accept".
19.7 Display format
Adjustment for temperature display:
Temperature display in °C
or
Temperature display in °F
Setting Date/Time:
24 h or am/pm
• Actuate the desired option.
• Press button "Accept".
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19.8 Lift speed adjustment
Adjust the lift speed with the slide control.
• Operate the slide control.
• Press button "Accept".
19.9 Operating data
Operating hours:
Total time of unit
Firing hours of heating:
Total firing time
Firing hours of heating:
Firing hours of firing muffle
Firing programs free:
Display in %, related to a maximum of 200
programs.
Degree of aging of firing muffle:
Display in %, related to 4000 firing hours.
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19.10 Temperature calibration by means of silver test
With this program and the VITA – Silver Text Set (VITA – Order-No. B 230) the temperature in the firing chamber can be checked and readjusted within the range of plus/minus 20 °C. When adjusting
make sure that the instructions for the performance (instructions in the silver test set) of the test with
the silver sample are strictly applied. Negligence will cause measuring faults and therefore incorrect
adjustments.
There is a default program available for the adjustment of the firing chamber temperature.
For testing the firing chamber temperature by means of the silver sample 2 program runs are required.
The first program run must be performed at 955 °C (preset in the program), the silver should not have
been fused.
The second program run must be performed at 965 °C, this temperature value must be entered.
After this program run the silver must have been fused ball.
Deviations within the range of plus/minus 20 °C can be entered.
Input "Global temperature offset":
• Actuate the field "°C", the keypad is displayed.
• Enter the value.
• Press button "Accept".
Vacuum calibration, see also section
19.11.
• Press button "Vacuum calibration".
The lift is retracted, the pump switched
on, the display shows the vacuum value.
19.11 Vacuum calibration
Before starting make sure that the vacuum pump works with full power and that the
vacuum system (seals) in the firing unit is in good conditions.
A too low vacuum caused by leaks in the system cannot be compensated with this program.
• Check the power of the vacuum pump with a vacuum tester, independently from the firing unit.
The vacuum system of the firing unit can be checked as follows:
• Start program with vacuum.
• Once the max. vacuum value is reached (display does not rise any further), pull the mains connection for the pump off the firing unit.
The vacuum display does not drop:
• Perform vacuum calibration.
The vacuum display drops:
• Check the seals in the firing unit.
A rapid drop in vacuum indicates a leak in the vacuum system, the full vacuum value is not
reached.
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19.12 Perform vacuum calibration
Before calibrating see section 19.11.
• Press button "Vacuum calibration".
The vacuum pump starts,
the field for vacuum value is displayed,
once the maximum vacuum value is
reached the pump switches off and the
lift moves to bottom position.
• Press button "Accept".
19.13 Programs
"Press Stop button"
"Single" = Abort program without confirmation.
"Confirmation" = Abort program with confirmation.
• Choose "Without confirmation" or "With
confirmation".
• Press button "Accept".
19.14 Dry – Program (Vita In-Ceram sprint)
Temperature area 130°C – 700 °C
Holding time for end temperature 060:00Min
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20
Software Update
A software update is loaded from the Memory Stick into the control unit.
The opposite directory must be created on
the Memory Stick. The name of the storage
medium may be different.
Observe the use of small initial
letters.
The software update is copied into the directory "Update".
Transfer the update into the control unit as
follows:
• Switch off the unit by the main switch.
• Plug in the Memory Stick.
• Switch on the unit by the main switch.
• Press button "Service".
• Press button "Info".
• Press button "Update", the software is
transferred.
• Press button "OK" after the end of the
transfer.
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Factory settings
With "Factory Settings" the following functions are reset to factory settings:
• Firing programs acc. to VITA firing table,
see section. 23
• Contrast see section 19.3
• Language English, see section 19.2
• Time format to DD:MM:YY, see section
19.6
• Stop single push button contact, see section 19.13
• Process data off, see section 19.4
Temperature display °C, see section 19.7
All programs deviating from the
VITA table are thereby deleted.
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22
Error messages
Message in display
Detection
Test/remedy
• Check/clean/replace the lift plate seal
• Clean the sealing edge on the firing chamber floor.
Cleaning work see section 8.3
Vacuum not reached
If a value of at least 30 % is not • Check vacuum pump independently from
reached within 30 seconds, the
unit.
program with vacuum is
• Check firing unit vacuum system.
aborted.
See also section 19.11.
• Perform vacuum calibration.
See also section 19.12.
• Perform vacuum calibration.
See also section 19.12.
Vacuum measurement
not calibrated.
Information in display
Fan does not work
The running firing program is
terminated.
Lift blocked
The lift moves too far down
• Check fan connection X7 on printed circuit
board.
• Clean/replace fan.
• Limit switch for bottom position does not
work.
Check limit switch connection X 8 on
printed circuit board, the associated LED
must light when the limit switch is operated.
• Check/adjust/replace the limit switch.
The temperature in the
firing chamber is higher
than 1200 °C
The display shows a reading of
more than 1200 °C
• This fault can have several different reasons, detection/rectification of this fault requires expert knowledge and the use of
technical measuring equipment.
• Replace the CPU – board.
• Check connection of thermo element X 20
on the printed circuit board.
Temperature sensor 1
defective
• Check the connection of the thermo element on the firing chamber.
Program is aborted
• Check the connection of the thermo element in the firing chamber.
• Check thermo element – replace thermo
element.
Battery discharged.
The nominal temperature has been fallen
short of/exceeded for
longer than 5:00 Min.
• Replace the battery on the CPU - board
Information in display
• Heating defective
• Heating too slow
Information in display
• Triac defective
• Triac control defective
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Message in display
Detection
Test/remedy
The temperature control
has caused a fault.
Temperature rise does not
comply with the specified time.
• Old heating or Triac
The heating cannot be
correctly addressed.
No or to fast temperature rise
• Firing muffle defective, replace.
The core does not react. Information in display
•
Check connecting cable furnace – control.
– Replace connecting cable
•
Check connecting plug for control.
– Replace the control.
• Check connecting plug for furnace
– Replace connecting plug
• Fuse defective, see section 8.5
Permanent sound of
approx. 6 seconds
• Replace defective fuse
Permanent sound
• Check heater connection on circuit board
Replace CPU – circuit board
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23 Firing tables
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23.1 VITA VM 7
Temp.
approx.
°C/min
°C
Progr.
no.
Predrying
min.
min.
53
500
6.00
7.38
55
st
54
500
6.00
7.27
2 dentine firing
nd
55
500
6.00
Fixing firing of stains
56
500
Glaze firing
57
Glaze firing VITA Akzent Fluid
VAC
min.
min.
920
1.00
7.38
55
910
1.00
7.27
7.16
55
900
1.00
7.16
6.00
3.00
100
800
---
---
500
---
5.00
80
900
1.00
---
58
500
4.00
5.00
80
900
1.00
---
Glaze firing VITA Akzent GLAZE
59
500
4.00
5.00
80
900
1.00
---
Corrective firing with
VITAVM 7 CORRECTIVE
60
500
4.00
6.00
55
830
1.00
6.00
Progr.
no.
Predrying
min.
min.
500
-
5.00
100
VITAVM 7 EFFECT LINER
firing
1 dentine firing
®
23.2 VITA VM 9
Thermal pretratment
Temp.
approx.
°C/min
°C
VAC
min.
min.
1000
15.00
-
EFFECT BONDER firing
61
500
6.00
6.00
80
980
1.00
6.00
EFFECT BONDER PASTE
firing
62
500
6.00
6.00
80
980
2.00
6.00
EFFECT LINER firing
63
500
6.00
7.49
55
930
1.00
7.49
1. dentine firing
64
500
6.00
7.27
55
910
1.00
7.27
2. dentine firing
65
500
6.00
7.16
55
900
1.00
7.16
Glaze firing
66
500
-
5.00
80
900
1.00
-
Glaze firing with VITA Akzent
67
500
4.00
5.00
80
900
1.00
-
Correction firing with CORRECTIVE
68
500
4.00
4.20
60
760
1.00
4.20
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23.3 VITA VMK 95
Progr.
no.
Oxidation firing
Predrying
min.
25
min.
Temp.
ap°C/min prox.
°C
VAC
min.
min.
Follow manufacturer´s instructions !
st
26
600
2.00
4.00
88
950
1.00
4.00
st
27
500
6.00
6.00
75
950
1.00
6.00
nd
28
600
2.00
4.00
83
930
1.00
4.00
nd
2 opaque firing (paste)
29
500
6.00
6.00
72
930
1.00
6.00
Margin porcelain firing "MARGIN"
30
600
6.00
6.00
55
930
1.00
6.00
st
31
600
6.00
6.00
55
930
1.00
6.00
nd
32
600
6.00
6.00
55
930
1.00
6.00
rd
3 dentine firing
33
600
6.00
6.00
53
920
1.00
6.00
Correction porcelain firing with
COR
34
600
4.00
6.00
50
900
1.00
---
Glaze firing
35
600
---
4.00
83
930
1.00
---
Glaze firing with VITA Akzent
Fluid
36
600
4.00
4.00
83
930
1.00
---
Glaze firing with Glaze Akz25
37
600
4.00
4.00
75
900
1.00
---
1 opaque firing (powder)
1 opaque firing (paste)
2 opaque firing (powder)
1 dentine firing
2 dentine firing
®
Excellent results have been achieved for many years with alloys and VITA metal ceramics (OMEGA,
OMEGA 900, VMK 95), if the heat expansion coefficient of the alloy ranges - from 25 °C – 600 °C - 14,0 -6
-1
14,4 x 10 x K . With higher WAK – values of the alloys the cooling phase through the temperature range
from 900 – 700 °C should not be less than 3 minut
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23.4 VITA OMEGA 900
Progr.
no.
Oxidation firing
Predrying
min.
1
min.
Temp.
approx.
°C/min
°C
VAC
min.
min.
Follow manufacturer´s instructions !
st
2
600
2.00
4.00
75
900
2.00
4.00
st
3
500
6.00
6.00
67
900
3.00
6.00
nd
4
600
2.00
4.00
75
900
1.00
4.00
nd
2 opaque firing (paste)
5
500
6.00
6.00
67
900
2.00
6.00
Margin porcelain firing "MARGIN"
6
600
6.00
6.00
50
900
2.00
6.00
st
7
600
6.00
6.00
50
900
1.00
6.00
2 dentine firing
nd
8
600
6.00
6.00
48
890
1.00
6.00
Correction porcelain firing with
COR
9
600
4.00
6.00
33
800
1.00
6.00
Glaze firing
10
600
---
4.00
75
900
2.00
---
Glaze firing with VITA Akzent
Fluid
11
600
4.00
4.00
75
900
2.00
---
Glaze firing with Glaze Akz25
12
600
4.00
4.00
75
900
1.00
---
Progr.
no.
Predrying
1 opaque firing (powder)
1 opaque firing (paste)
2 opaque firing (powder)
1 dentine firing
®
®
23.5 VITA RESPONSE
Oxidation firing
min.
13
min.
Temp.
approx.
°C/min
°C
VAC
min.
min.
Follow manufacturer´s instructions !
st
14
400
2.00
6.00
67
800
1.00
6.00
st
15
400
6.00
6.00
67
800
1.00
6.00
nd
16
400
2.00
6.00
65
790
1.00
6.00
nd
2 opaque firing (paste)
17
400
6.00
6.00
67
800
1.00
6.00
Margin porcelain firing "MARGIN"
18
400
6.00
6.00
65
790
1.00
6.00
st
19
400
6.00
6.00
63
780
1.00
6.00
2 dentine firing
nd
20
400
6.00
6.00
63
780
1.00
6.00
CORRECTIVE firing with COR
21
400
4.00
6.00
58
750
1.00
6.00
Glaze firing
22
400
2.00
4.00
95
780
1.00
---
Glaze firing with VITA Akzent
23
400
4.00
4.00
90
760
1.00
---
Glaze firing with VITA GLAZE-LT
24
400
4.00
4.00
93
770
1.00
---
1 Opaque firing (powder)
1 opaque firing (paste)
2 opaque firing (powder)
1 dentine firing
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23.6 VITA TITANIUM PORCELAIN
PreProgr.
dryno.
ing
min.
min.
Temp.
approx.
°C/min
°C
VAC
min.
min.
Paste bonder firing
38
400
6.00
6.00
67
800
1.00
6.00
Powder bonder firing
39
400
2.00
6.00
67
800
1.00
6.00
Opaque firing
40
400
2.00
4.00
98
790
1.00
5.00
Shoulder firing
41
400
6.00
7.00
53
770
1.00
8.00
st
42
400
6.00
7.00
53
770
1.00
8.00
nd
2 dentine firing
43
400
6.00
7.00
53
770
1.00
8.00
Glaze firing without glaze
44
400
-
4.00
93
770
1.00
5.00
Stains firing*
45
400
4.00
3.00
100
700
1.00
-
Glaze firing with Akzent glaze Akz25
46
400
4.00
4.00
93
770
1.00
5.00
1 dentine firing
* For stains firing the VITA Akzent stains can be used.
®
23.7 VITADUR ALPHA
Stains firing
Progr.
no.
Predrying
min.
min.
Temp.
approx.
°C/min
°C
VAC
min.
min.
47
600
---
6.00
87
1.120
2.00
6.00
st
48
600
6.00
6.00
60
960
1.00
6.00
nd
2 Dentine firing
49
600
6.00
6.00
59
950
1.00
6.00
Glaze firing
50
600
---
4.00
85
940
1.00
---
Glaze firing with VITA Akzent
Fluid
51
600
4.00
3.00
113
940
1.00
---
Glaze firing without glaze
52
600
4.00
3.00
107
920
1.00
---
Progr.
no.
Predrying
min.
min.
Spectra-Gold
69
550
---
3.00
90
Furnace soldering 1
70
600
5.00
5.00
Furnace soldering 2
71
600
1.00
3.00
1 Dentine firing
23.8 Additional programs
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Temp.
approx.
°C/min
°C
VAC
min.
min.
820
1.00
---
40
e.g.800
3.00
---
67
e.g.800
4.00
---
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23.9 Soldering in VITA VACUMAT 40 T
Method 1
Preheat the objects in the muffle preheating oven with solder flux and soldering balls for 15-20 minutes at 400 °C.
Program 93
The working temperature of the respective soldering agent + 50°C is the final temperature.
Pre-drying:
5.00 min.
Heating:
5.00 min.
Holding:
3.00 min.
Method 2
Preheat the objects in the muffle preheating oven, but without applied soldering agent for 15-20 minutes at 400 °C.
Program 94
The working temperature of the respective soldering agent + 50°C is the final temperature.
.
Pre-drying:
1.00 min.
Heating:
3.00 min.
Holding:
4.00 min
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23.10 Template for customized programs
Free programs can be recognized by all values being displayed as "0".
Progr.
no.
Predrying
min.
48
min.
Temp.
approx.
°C/min
°C
VAC
min.
min.
L
A
Additional programs · 46
Alpha numerical inputs · 18
Automatic temperature adjustment · 16
Language selection · 34
Liability · 13, 15
Lift position and position time in pre-drying menu ·
27
Lift position cooling · 29, 30
Lift positions for cooling · 29
Lift positions for pre-drying · 25
Lift positions for pre-drying. · 26
Lift speed · 37
Lift speed adjustment · 37
C
CE – Sign · 14
Change of start temperature · 32
Changing program values · 24
Changing the lift position cooling · 29, 30
Changing the pre-drying time · 24
Cleaning · 14
Cleaning the unit · 14
Connecting the unit to the mains supply · 11
Copyright · 5
M
Mounting location · 10
N
D
Night mode · 12
Notes on safety · 12
Numerical inputs · 17
Damage of the touchscreen · 17, 19
Dimensions · 9
Direct input of changes for lift position and
position time · 26
Display format · 36
Dry – Program · 39
O
Operating data · 37
E
P
Electric data · 9
Error message Vacuum · 33
Error messages · 41
Perform vacuum calibration · 39
Pictograms · 5
Pre-drying menu · 27
Pre-drying phase · 25
Process data · 35
Program possibilities · 7
Programs · 39
F
Factory settings · 40
Fan · 15
Firing programs · 7
Firing tables · 43
Foreword · 5
Formation of condensation water · 33
Fuses · 14
Q
Quickstarting a firing program · 18
R
G
Racks · 13
General description · 6
S
I
Safety functions · 8
Saving of firing data for quality assurance · 8
Scope of delivery · 9
Screen settings · 35
Selecting a firing program · 22
Service programs · 7, 34
Information about the unit · 34
Information decals · 13
Initial start-up of unit · 11
Installation and start-up · 10
Intended use · 12
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Vacuum settings · 32
Vacuum value · 33
Vita In-Ceram sprint · 39
VITA OMEGA 900 · 45
VITA RESPONSE · 45
VITA TITANKERAMIK · 46
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VITA VM 7 · 43
®
VITA VM 9 · 43
VITA VMK 95 · 44
®
VITADUR ALPHA · 46
Voltage failure protection · 15
Voltage supply failure · 15
Shutting down the unit · 12
Software Update · 40
®
Soldering in VITA VACUMAT 40 T · 47
Spare parts · 15
Standby · 20
Start menu · 19
Start/stop standby mode · 21
Start-up · 11
T
Technical information · 6
Temperature adjustment · 16
Temperature rise · 16
Template for customized programs · 48
Time · 36
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Warranty · 15
Weights · 9
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Vacuum calibration · 38
Vacuum display · 33
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With the unique VITA SYSTEM 3D-MASTER®
all natural tooth shades are systematically
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Please note: Our products should be used according to the working instructions.
We cannot be held liable for damages resulting from incorrect handling or usage.
The user is furthermore obliged to check the product before use with regard to its suitability
for the intended area of applications. We cannot accept any liability if the product is used in
conjunction with materials and equipment from other manufacturers which are not compatible
or not authorized for use with our product. Furthermore, our liability for the correctness of this
information is independent of the legal ground and, in as far as legally permissible, is limited
to the invoiced value of the goods supplied excluding turnover tax. In particular, as far as
legally permissible, we do not assume any liability for profit loss, for indirect damages,
for consequential damages or for claims of third parties against the purchaser.
Claims for damages based on fault liability (culpa in contrahendo, breach of contract,
unlawful acts, etc.) can only be made in the case of intent or gross negligence.
Date of issue of these directions for use: 10/04.
TÜV Rheinland
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Sicherheit
VITA Zahnfabrik H.Rauter GmbH & Co.KG
Postfach 1338 · D-79704 Bad Säckingen/Germany
Tel. +49/(0) 7761/ 562-0 · Fax +49/(0) 7761/ 562-299
Hotline: +49/(0) 7761/ 562-222 · Fax +49/(0) 7761/ 562-446
www.vita-zahnfabrik.com · info @vita-zahnfabrik.com
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