Cascade® 2671 Duo Cart - A-dec

Cascade® 2671 Duo Cart - A-dec
Instructions for Use
Cascade 2671
Duo Cart
®
86.0649.00
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Regulatory Information
Regulatory information mandated by agency requirements is provided in the
Regulatory Information, Specifications, and Warranty document (p/n 86.0221.00),
which is available in the Document Library at www.a‑dec.com.
Product Service
Product service is available through your local authorized A-dec dealer. For service
information, or to locate an authorized dealer, contact A-dec at 1.800.547.1883 in the
USA and Canada or 1.503.538.7478 worldwide, or visit www.a-dec.com.
Cascade 2671 Duo Cart
Contents
Your Cascade 2671 Duo Cart................................................... 1
Drive Air Pressure Gauge........................................................ 3
Foot Control............................................................................... 4
Handpiece Controls.................................................................. 6
Master Toggle....................................................................6
Drive Air Pressure Controls.............................................7
Coolant Air Flow Control.................................................9
Coolant Water Flow Controls..........................................8
Handpiece Tubing Flush................................................10
Handpiece Holder Adjustments.......................................... 11
Handpiece Dry Block Conversion........................................ 12
Oil Collector............................................................................. 13
Assistant’s Instrumentation.................................................. 14
HVE and Saliva Ejector...................................................14
Solids Collector................................................................15
Autoclavable Syringe......................................................15
Tray Holder (Optional).......................................................... 16
Left/Right Conversion...................................................16
System Air and Water Pressure............................................ 17
Care Instructions..................................................................... 17
Cart Adjustments.................................................................... 18
Cart Height.......................................................................18
Work Surface Leveling...................................................19
Clean/Maintain...................................................................... 21
Barrier Protection............................................................21
Specifications........................................................................... 23
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Cascade 2671 Duo Cart
(with Optional Tray Holder)
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Your Cascade 2671 Duo Cart
Your duo unit includes the Cascade handpiece delivery
system and assistant’s instrumentation. The handpiece
delivery system is built around A-dec’s proven
Century Plus® control block for three handpieces.
Handpiece activation is automatic. When you lift a
handpiece from its holder, the handpiece becomes active
and will run when you press on the foot control disc or
move the lever on the lever foot control. See page 4.
Return the handpiece to its resting position to deactivate it.
Adjustment keys are provided for your use when making
adjustments to the recessed controls, including coolant air,
coolant water, and handpiece flush. If the adjustment keys
are ever misplaced, you can use a 1/8" hex key. You may
order additional or replacement keys from your
authorized A-dec dealer.
Figure 1. Autoclavable Adjustment Keys
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The assistant’s instrumentation includes A-dec’s
autoclavable syringe, saliva ejector, and HVE (a second
HVE is optional).
The unit post box (see Figure 2) includes the self-contained
water bottle, solids collector, water quick-disconnect (QD),
and duplex power outlet (120 VAC units only).
An optional tray holder is easily converted for right- or
left- hand use. See page 16.
Figure 2. Cart Post Box
Water QD
Solids
Collector
Post Box
Power Supply
Duplex (120
VAC Units Only
Self-Contained
Water Bottle
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Drive Air Pressure Gauge
The drive air pressure gauge indicates, in psi and kg/cm2,
the drive air pressure to the active handpiece.
Figure 3. Drive Air Pressure Gauge
Drive Air Pressure Gauge
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Foot Control
The foot control modulates drive air to the active
handpiece and provides an air signal that activates the
coolant air and coolant water flow.
To activate a handpiece, lift it from the holder. Use the foot
control to perform the desired handpiece operation.
Figure 4. Disc Foot Control
Run/
Speed +
Accessory/
Chip Blower Button
Wet/Dry
Toggle
Operation
Procedure
Run a handpiece.
Press on the disc. Push down
to increase speed.
Run a handpiece with or
without water coolant.
Move the wet/dry toggle
toward the blue dot for wet
operation or away from the
blue dot for dry operation.
Then press on the disc.
Run the optional accessory or
chip blower.
Press the accessory/chip
blower button.*
Operate the intraoral camera.
Press on the disc to capture
an image.*
* Contact your authorized A-dec dealer for questions about the operation or
configuration of your integrated A-dec accessories.
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Figure 5. Lever Foot Control
Accessory/
Chip Blower Switch
Speed +
(wet)
Speed +
(dry)
Operation
Procedure
Run a handpiece with water
coolant.
Move the lever to the left.
Move farther to increase
speed.
Run a handpiece without
water coolant.
Move the lever to the right.
Move farther to increase
speed.
Run the optional accessory or
chip blower.
Press the accessory/chip
blower switch.*
Operate the intraoral camera.
Move the lever to the left or
right to capture an image.*
* Contact your authorized A-dec dealer for questions about the operation or
configuration of your integrated A-dec accessories.
NOTE The lever foot control function can
be reversed by a technician (change left
direction to dry, right direction to wet). For
more details, contact your authorized A-dec
dealer.
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Handpiece Controls
Figure 6. Handpiece Controls
Master Toggle
Drive Air
Pressure Control
(see page 7)
Handpiece Flush
Control
(see page 10)
PUSH
1
Coolant Air
Flow Control
(see page 9)
I
2
MASTER
3
O
4
¨
Coolant Water
Flow Control
(see page 8)
Master Toggle
The master toggle turns air, water,
and electricity on or off to the system.
See Figure 6.
CAUTION The master toggle should be in
the off (0) position whenever the unit is not
in use.
This will prevent the possibility of water
damage should a leak occur while the unit
is unattended.
Making sure the unit is off will also prevent
the possibility of self-activation and the
resulting burn-out of your electrical
accessories.
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Drive Air Pressure Controls
The drive air pressure controls are used to
adjust the drive air pressure to each handpiece.
See Figure 6 on page 6.
You will need a 3/32" hex key to complete this adjustment.
1. Install a bur in the handpiece.
2. Locate the drive air gauge on the front of the control
head. See Figure 3 on page 3.
3. Turn the drive air control clockwise until the valve
seats.
4. Lift the handpiece from the holder and do one of the
following:
•On a disc foot control: flip the wet/dry toggle to dry,
and press the disc all the way down.
•On a lever foot control: move the lever all the way to
the right.
5. While running the handpiece, watch the drive air
gauge and adjust the handpiece dynamic drive air
pressure to meet the manufacturer’s specifications.
Counterclockwise increases the pressure.
CAUTION See your handpiece
documentation for the drive air pressure
specification. Exceeding manufacturer’s
recommendations increases the risk of
damage and may significantly decrease
the life of your handpiece components.
NOTE Do not turn the control
counterclockwise beyond the point where
the drive air pressure no longer increases.
The control adjustment screw may come
completely out of the unit.
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Coolant Water Flow Controls
The coolant water flow controls are used to
adjust the flow of coolant water to each
handpiece.
You will need an adjustment key or a 1/8" hex key to
complete this adjustment. See Figure 1 on page 1.
1. Install a bur in the handpiece.
2. Locate the coolant water flow controls.
Figure 7. Coolant Water Flow Control
PUSH
I
1
MAST
ER
O
2
3
4
¨
PUS
H
I
1
Adjustment Key
(or 1/8" Hex Key)
2
3. Insert an adjustment key, or a 1/8" hex key, into the
coolant water flow control for the handpiece being
adjusted.
4. Hold the handpiece over a receptacle. Be sure to hold
the handpiece so that the water will be directed away
from you and into the receptacle.
5. Do one of the following:
•On a disc foot control: flip the wet/dry toggle to
water, and press the disc all the way down.
•On a lever foot control: move the lever all the way to
the left.
6. Adjust the coolant water flow to fit your needs.
Clockwise decreases the flow.
7. Adjust the coolant water for each handpiece.
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Coolant Air Flow Control
The coolant air flow control is used to adjust the
coolant air flow to all handpieces.
You will need an adjustment key or a 1/8" hex
key to complete this adjustment. See Figure 1 on
page 1.
1. Install a bur in the handpiece.
2. Locate the coolant air control.
Figure 8. Coolant Air Flow Control
PUSH
I
1
MAST
ER
O
2
3
4
¨
PUS
H
I
1
2
Adjustment Key
(or 1/8" Hex Key)
3. Insert an adjustment key, or a 1/8" hex key, into the
coolant air flow control.
4. Lift the handpiece from the holder and do one of the
following:
•On a disc foot control: flip the wet/dry toggle to dry,
and press the disc all the way down.
•On a lever foot control: move the lever all the way to
the right.
5. Adjust the coolant air flow to fit your needs. A strong
flow of air is recommended. Counterclockwise
increases the flow.
The coolant air has been set for all handpieces.
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Handpiece Tubing Flush
Use the flush control to move a high volume of
water through the handpiece tubing.
Flushing the Handpiece Tubing
1. Disconnect the handpieces.
2. Hold all of the handpiece tubing that uses water
coolant over a sink, cuspidor bowl, or basin.
Figure 9. Handpiece Tubing Flush
PUSH
I
MAS
TER
O
1
2
3
4
¨
PUSH
1
Adjustment Key
3. Insert an adjustment key or 1/8" hex key into the
handpiece tubing flush control on the side of the
control head. Push in and hold the key for 20-30
seconds.
NOTE Discharge all tubing air and
water lines for 20–30 seconds after each
patient.
4. Remove the key and replace the tubing in their
holders. Be careful to replace each in the proper
holder.
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Handpiece Holder Adjustments
The holder tension was set at the factory. However, if a
holder is difficult to reposition or repositions too easily,
the holder tension can be adjusted.
To adjust the holder tension:
•Loosen or tighten the tension adjustment screw.
To reposition a holder:
•Rotate the holder to the desired angle.
Figure 10.Unitized Handpiece Holder
1/8" Hex Key
PUSH
Rotate the holder full down to
access the adjustment screw.
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Handpiece Dry Block Conversion
Your handpiece delivery system has three to four
handpiece control blocks with coolant water to the
handpiece. If a control block does not have coolant water,
a dry block is required, and a conversion kit is included
with your system.
Install the Dry Block Conversion Kit
1. Move the master toggle to the off position. Bleed the
system water by operating the syringe and flushing
the handpiece tubing.
2. Locate the handpiece control block position that will
be the dry block. Access the control blocks underneath
the control head.
3. Use a 3/32" hex key to remove the large red cartridge
from the control block. Install the large black cartridge
from the dry block conversion kit into the control
block.
Figure 11.Handpiece Dry Block Conversion
I M
AS
TE
Do not remove the
yellow cartridge.
Remove the blue cartridge
and replace with the small
black cartridge.
R
O
Remove the red
cartridge and
replace with the
large black
cartridge.
4. Use a 3/32" hex key to remove the small blue cartridge
from the same control block. Install the small black
cartridge from the dry block conversion kit into the
control block.
5. Turn your handpiece control system on, and then
check the function of the dry block handpiece
conversion. A small amount of residual water may be
discharged from the handpiece tubing but should dry
after a few seconds.
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Oil Collector
The oil collector on your unit needs to be cleaned once a
week for normal usage. Clean more often for heavier use.
1. Remove the oil collector jar from the unit and discard
the old gauze.
Figure 12.Oil Collector
2. Fold a new two-inch square gauze pad into quarters
and place it against the spring inside the jar.
3. Screw the oil collector jar onto the unit. Do not
overtighten.
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Assistant’s Instrumentation
HVE and Saliva Ejector
To operate the HVE and saliva ejector, turn the control
valve.
The HVE and saliva ejector can be easily converted for
right- or left-hand operation. To convert, press the control
valve out of the valve body. Rotate the control valve 180°,
and then press it back into the valve body.
NOTE Be sure to reinstall the valve on the
same side of the valve body. Otherwise,
the HVE or saliva ejector will not operate
properly.
Figure 13.Right- to Left-Hand Conversion
Valve Body
Valve Body
Control
Valve
Control
Valve
Saliva Ejector
HVE
Refer to your A-dec Assistant’s Instrumentation Instructions
for Use (p/n 85.2610.00) for complete instructions on
cleaning your HVE and saliva ejector.
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Solids Collector
The solids collector prevents solids from entering the
central vacuum system.
Figure 14.Solids Collector
Cap
HVE Tubing
Assembly
Solids Collector Screen
See the A-dec Assistant’s Instrumentation Instructions for Use
(p/n 85.2610.00) for complete solids collector maintenance
instructions.
Autoclavable Syringe
To operate the syringe:
•Move the on/off toggle to the on position.
•Air — Press the right button down.
•Water — Press the left button down.
•Spray — Press both buttons down.
Figure 15.Autoclavable Syringe
Air
Water
Spray
Refer to your A-dec Syringes Instructions for Use
(p/n 85.0680.00) for complete syringe operation and
maintenance instructions.
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Tray Holder (Optional)
Left/Right Conversion
The optional tray holder can be mounted on either side of
the unit’s work surface.
Figure 16.Tray Holder Left/Right Conversion
Left-Hand Mounting
Location
Tray Holder
(Shown mounted
for right-hand use.)
Work Surface
(Top View)
1. Remove the plug from the work surface corner
opposite the current tray holder location.
2. Remove the tray holder from the unit’s work surface
and set aside.
3. Remove the brass tray holder bushing from the work
surface by removing the 9/16" hex nut (located on the
underside of the unit’s work surface) that secures the
bushing to the work surface.
4. Lift the brass bushing from its seat and move it to the
opposite side of the unit work surface.
5. Install the 9/16" hex nut to the new position and
tighten the hex nut.
6. Install the tray holder into the brass bushing.
7. Place the plug into the open tray holder hole.
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System Air and Water Pressure
For system air and water pressure adjustments, see the
A-dec Floor Boxes Instructions for Use (p/n 85.2611.00).
Care Instructions
For recommended asepsis instructions, see the
A-dec Equipment Asepsis Guide (p/n 85.0696.00).
For recommended self-contained water system care, see
the A-dec Self-Contained Water System Instructions for Use
(p/n 86.0609.00).
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Cart Adjustments
Cart Height
WARNING The cart is very heavy. The cart
height adjustment requires two people to
safely complete it. Firmly tighten the knob
after adjusting the cart height. Serious
bodily injury may result if the knob is not
secure.
Lift or lower the cart top until the work surface is at the
desired height, and then firmly tighten the knob. If the top
lowers, the knob was not tightened firmly enough.
Figure 17.Cart Height Adjustment
Shown without control head or assistant’s arm for clarity.
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Work Surface Leveling
Leveling Your Assistant’s Unit Work Surface
1. Place a leveling device on the work surface.
2. Check for level front-to-back and side-to-side.
3. Using a 3/16" hex key, loosen but do not remove the
four mounting screws found on the bottom of the
leveling plate. See Figure 18 on page 20.
4. Locate the four leveling setscrews. See Figure 18 on
page 20.
5. Face the work surface handle.
6. To level front to back:
•If the work surface tilts toward you, use a 3/16" hex
key and tighten the two leveling setscrews closest to
you until the work surface is level.
•If the work surface tilts away from you, tighten the
two leveling setscrews furthest away until the work
surface is level.
7. To level side to side:
•If the work surface tilts to the left, tighten the two
leveling setscrews on the left side of the leveling
plate until the work surface is level.
•If the work surface tilts to the right, tighten the two
leveling setscrews on the right side of the leveling
plate until the work surface is level.
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8. When you have completed these steps, tighten the
four mounting screws, and then check the work
surface again for level.
Figure 18.Leveling the Work Surface
Mounting Screws
Leveling
Setscrews
Leveling
Plate
Mounting Screws
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Leveling
Setscrews
Cascade 2671 Duo Cart
Clean/Maintain
Barrier Protection
A-dec recommends barrier protection for all applicable
touch and transfer surfaces. Touch surfaces are areas that
come into contact with hands and become potential crosscontamination points during dental procedures. Transfer
surfaces are areas that come into contact with instruments
and other inanimate objects.
In the USA, barriers must be produced under the Current
Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) as specified by the
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (USFDA). For regions
outside the USA, refer to the medical device regulations
specific to your location.
NOTE For proper use and disposal of
barriers, see the instructions provided by the
barrier manufacturer.
IMPORTANT For recommendations on
cleaning and chemical disinfection of
touch and transfer surfaces (where barrier
protection is not applicable or when barriers
are compromised), please see the A-dec
Equipment Asepsis Guide (p/n 85.0696.00).
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Refer to the following A-dec documentation for more
maintenance information:
Assistant’s Instrumentation
A-dec Assistant’s Instrumentation
Instructions for Use..............................................85.2610.00
A-dec Syringes Instructions for Use....................85.0680.00
Care Instructions
A-dec Equipment Asepsis Guide..........................85.0696.00
A-dec Self-Contained Water System
Instructions for Use..............................................86.0609.00
Power Supplies
A-dec Floor Boxes Instructions for Use................85.2611.00
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Specifications
NOTE Specifications are subject to change
without notice. Requirements may vary
depending on your location. For more
information, contact your authorized
A-dec dealer.
Service Requirements for Unit Operation
Minimum Air:
2.50 cfm (70.80 L/min) at 80 psi (551 kPa)
Minimum Water:
1.50 gpm (5.68 L/min) at 40 psi (276 kPa)
Minimum Vacuum:
12 cfm (339.84 L/min) at 8 inHg (27 kPa)
Cart Specifications
25 lb (11.34 kg) vertical load is the maximum safe load
capability of the work surface.
5 lb (2.27 kg) vertical load is the maximum safe load
capability of the optional tray holder.
Weights of optional cart attachments
Touch Pad: .5 lb (.23 kg)
Tooth Dryer: 1 lb (.45 kg)
Intra-Oral Light Sources: 1 lb (.45 kg)
Scaler: 2 lb (.91 kg)
Curing Light: 3 lb (1.36 kg)
Duplex Receptacle Ratings
120 VAC, 20A maximum, branch circuit breaker
limited.
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IMPORTANT For chair accessory
load capacity, electrical specifications,
identification of symbols, and other
regulatory requirements, see the Regulatory
Information, Specifications, and Warranty
document (p/n 86.0221.00), which is available
in the Document Library at www.a‑dec.com.
Refer to the following A-dec documentation for more
adjustment and specification information:
System Air and Water Pressure Adjustments
A-dec Floor Boxes Instructions for Use................85.2611.00
Touch Pad Programming
Cascade 1040 Chair Instructions for Use.............85.2605.00
Decade 1011 and 1021 Dental Chair
Instructions for Use..............................................85.2635.00
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Warranty
Warranty information is provided in the Regulatory Information,
Specifications, and Warranty document (p/n 86.0221.00), which is
available in the Document Library at www.a-dec.com.
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Newberg, Oregon 97132
United States
Tel: 1.800.547.1883 within USA/CAN
Tel: +1.503.538.7478 outside USA/CAN
Fax: 1.503.538.0276
www.a-dec.com
A-dec Australia
Unit 8
5-9 Ricketty Street
Mascot, NSW 2020
Australia
Tel: 1.800.225.010 within AUS
Tel: +61.(0).2.8332.4000 outside AUS
A-dec China
A-dec (Hangzhou) Dental Equipment Co., Ltd.
528 Shunfeng Road
Qianjiang Economic Development Zone
Hangzhou 311106
Zheijiang, China
Tel: +1.503.538.7478
A-dec United Kingdom
EU Authorized Representative
Austin House, 11 Liberty Way
Nuneaton, Warwickshire CV11 6RZ
England
Tel: 0800.ADEC.UK (2332.85) within UK
Tel: +44.(0).24.7635.0901 outside UK
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