OPERATION and MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION MANUAL

OPERATION and MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
OPERATION and MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
AEU-525 Transport III
Portable Dental System
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Setting Up the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-9
Figure 21 - Front & Side View . . . . . . . . .7
Figure 22 - Back & Side View . . . . . . . . .8
Figure 23 - Back View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Operation Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-16
Customizing Electric Motor Settings . .12-13
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17-18
Sterilization & Maintenance . . . . . . . . .19-21
Repacking Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Replacement Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Symbol Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-29
Classifications in accordance with
UL-60601-1:
- Class I
- Types B and BF Applied Parts
- Ordinary Protection
- Not suitable for use in the presence of a
flammable anesthetic mixture with air, oxygen,
or nitrous oxide.
Note: For reliable grounding, connect to receptacle
marked “Hospital Grade”.
INDICATIONS FOR USE:
P.O. Box 1548 • Woodinville, WA 98072
8333 216 th Street S.E. • Woodinville, WA 98072
International (425) 487-3157 • Toll Free (800) 426-5913
www.aseptico.com • [email protected]
To prevent injury to people and damage to property,
please heed relevant warnings and remarks. They
are marked as follows:
WARNING: Serious injury or death may result if
ignored.
CAUTION: Damage to property or the
environment may result if ignored.
NOTE:
Important additional information
and hints.
This device has been tested and found to comply with the
emissions requirements of IEC 60601-1-2:2001-09. These
requirements provide reasonable protection against harmful
electromagnetic interference in a typical medical installation.
However, high levels of radio-frequency (RF) emissions from
electrical devices, such as cellular phones, may disrupt the
performance of this device. To mitigate disruptive
electromagnetic interference, position this device away from
RF transmitters and other sources of electromagnetic energy.
The AEU-525 Transport III is a portable self-contained dental
system that is used for endodontic and general dentistry
applications.
RX: FEDERAL LAW RESTRICTS THIS DEVICE TO
SALE BY OR ON THE ORDER OF A DENTIST
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MEDICAL -- GENERAL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
AS TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK, FIRE AND MECHANICAL
HAZARDS ONLY, IN ACCORDANCE WITH:
UL 60601-1: First Edition - Medical Electrical
Equipment, Part 1: General Requirements for Safety.
ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1:2005/(R)2012 and A1:2012,
C1:2009/(R)2012 and A2:2010/(R)2012 - Medical
electrical equipment—Part 1: General requirements
for basic safety and essential performance.
CAN/CSA C22.2 NO. 60601-1-08 (2013) - Medical
Electrical Equipment - Part 1: General Requirements
for Basic Safety and Essential Performance (Adopted
IEC 60601-1:2005, third edition, 2005-12), Includes
Corrigendum 1:2011.
Your new Aseptico AEU-525 Transport III System is the finest portable electric dental system
available. The System features a high-torque brushless micro motor with digital controls for the
handpiece ratios, speed, torque, motor direction, and LED illumination. The dual-voltage system
includes a 3-way air/water syringe, HVE and saliva ejector vacuum systems, a self contained
water system, self contained waste system with a near-full level warning and vacuum pump
safety shutoff, oilless air compressor, and vacuum pump. An optional ultrasonic scaler is also
available. The system comes in a case with built-in wheels and a handle for maximum portability.
Congratulations!
This Transport III System is engineered to provide many years of reliable service. Please read the
instructions provided in this manual to receive the best and longest service from your Aseptico
equipment. Separate manuals may be provided to cover the operation and maintenance of other
accessories for your unit.
PACKAGE CONTENTS:
• Portable Case with Electronic Control, Compressor, and Vacuum Pump
• Electric Motor Control Console includes an Autoclavable 40K Brushless Micro Motor with
ISO E-type coupling and LED light source
• TA-90D 3-Way Air/Water Syringe
• HVE and Saliva Ejector Vacuum Hoses with Valves
• Water Supply and Air Reserve Bottles
• AE-7PM On/Off Foot Control
• Power Cords (One each U.S. and Euro)
• Operation & Maintenance Manual
• Handpiece (Purchased separately - see below)
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT:
• Optional Air Electric Module with Ultrasonic Scaler Assy (PN: 330597)
• Optional Water Supply Adapter Assembly (PN: 330607)
• Optional Auxiliary Water Outlet Fitting (PN: AA-60)
PURCHASED SEPARATELY:
• AHP-72MB-X 1:5 Increaser Contra Angle Handpiece
• AHP-72MBFO-XL 1:5 Increaser Contra Angle Handpiece with Fiber Optic
• AHP-63MB-X 1:1 Contra-Angle Handpiece
• AHP-63MBFO-XL 1:1 Contra-Angle Handpiece with Fiber Optic
• AHP-64 1:1 Straight Handpiece
• AHP-77D 1:2 Increaser Handpiece
• AHP-56MB-X 5:1 Reduction Contra Angle Handpiece
• AHP-56MBFO-XL 5:1 Reduction Contra Angle Handpiece with Fiber Optic
• AHP-88MN 8:1 Reduction Latch-Head Contra Angle Endo Handpiece
• AHP-88MNP 8:1 Reduction Push-Button Head Contra Angle Endo Handpiece
NOTE: A List of Detachable Parts is Provided on Page 24.
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1.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
Aseptico accepts no liability for direct or consequential injury or damage resulting from improper
use, arising in particular through the non-observance of the operating instructions, or improper
preparation and maintenance.
WARNING:
CAUTION:
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CAUTION:
CAUTION:
2.
Clean, disinfect, and sterilize new or repaired handpieces and instruments before first
use and between each patient use. Only use sterilized handpieces and instruments
during treatment. Non-sterilized handpieces and instruments may cause bacterial or viral
infections. Always sterilize handpieces and instruments after operation.
Always examine unit components for damage before commencing treatment. Damaged
components must not be used and must be replaced.
Use for intended purposes only. Failure to observe the operating instructions may result
in the patient or user suffering serious injury or the product being damaged, possibly
beyond repair. Before using this product, make sure that you have studied and
understood the operating instructions.
Do not install where there is a risk of an explosion. The 525 Transport III System is not
intended for operation in the presence of flammable anesthetics or gases.
Always operate a high-speed handpiece with water coolant. Operating a high-speed
handpiece without water coolant can cause thermal injury to the patient.
The lens for the electric motor LED is soft and can be damaged. If the lens needs to be
cleaned, use a lint-free swab and isopropyl alcohol - do not use other solvents as they
might adversely react with the LED assembly.
The AEU-525 Transport electric motor is not recommended for use with endodontic files
that have torque limit requirements less than 100 g-cm.
WARNING:
Do not use this device for dental implant procedures.
CAUTION:
WARNING:
Do not run saline solutions through the water system -- saline will rust the water filters.
For use by qualified and trained personnel only.
WARNING:
CONTRAINDICATIONS
Ultrasonic oscillations emitted by the optional Ultrasonic Scaler may prevent the proper
function of cardiac pacemakers. Therefore, Aseptico recommends that patients with a
cardiac pacemaker should not be treated with the Ultrasonic Scaler component of the
AEU-525 Transport III System.
WARNING:
The optional Ultrasonic Scaler instrument tips oscillate at high frequency and can fracture
during operation. To help prevent the tips from fracturing and possibly injuring the the
patient, always follow the scaler manufacturer's operating instructions and recommended
ultrasonic power settings.
WARNING:
Do not use the optional Ultrasonic Scaler dry. If used dry, the Instrument Tip will heat
immediately. This may cause thermal injury to the tooth. Ensure that adequate liquid
coolant is always available.
CAUTION:
Never use the optional Ultrasonic Scaler on metal or porcelain restorations. The high
frequency ultrasonic oscillations may loosen the restoration.
CAUTION:
Operating the AEU-525 without using the High or Low Volume Evacuation can cause the
compressor motor to cycle on/off, possibly affecting other electrically powered equipment
sharing the same circuit.
CAUTION:
Dispose of electronic waste and waste containing amalgam in accordance with local
regulations.
SETTING UP THE UNIT(*):
1. Unpack the
FIG. 1
AEU-525
Transport III
System from its
shipping carton
(Fig. 1). (Save
cardboard
carton and all
packing materials in case the unit needs to
be shipped again.)
5. Detach fastener tool from inside case lid
(Fig 4a). Use the tool to loosen the four
fasteners on the outside of the rear metal
door (Fig. 4b). Turn fastener counterFIG. 4a
FIG. 4b
FASTENER
TOOL
2. Lay Transport III case flat on floor with
case lid facing upward (Fig. 2). Open lid.
FIG. 2
FASTENER
TOOL
WATER
BOTTLE
AIR/ELECTRIC
MODULE
HOLDING
STRAP
FOOT
PEDAL
115V
POWER CORD
3. Remove accessories and place
them aside for
assembly later
(Fig. 3).
WASTE
TANK
& BUNGEE
CORD
FIG. 3
4. Remove System
components from
case and place
aside temporarily
(Fig. 3):
FIG. 4c
clockwise 1/4 turn, to
loosen. Stand unit
upright. Use the
fastener tool to
loosen the two
fasteners on the
small metal door
located on the top of
the case (Fig. 4c).
Open case lid and reattach fastener tool to
its Velcro® mounting pad, then close and
lock case lid. NOTE: This fastener tool can
also be used to loosen the air/electric
module hold-down screw shown in Figure
13b, page 5.
6. On front (handle) side of unit, pull handle
locking tab outward while raising the
handle (Fig. 5a). Lift handle all the way up
until the locking tab engages the bottom
slot (Fig 5b).
FIG. 5a
FIG. 5b
a. Loosen water-bottle holding strap on
inside of lid and remove water bottle.
b. Unhook waste-bottle bungee cord and
remove waste bottle.
c. Loosen air/electric-module holding strap
and remove air/electric module assembly.
LOCKING
TAB
BOTTOM SLOT
(*) Also refer to the Aseptico Transport III video at www.aseptico.com for basic setup instructions.
3.
SETTING UP THE UNIT -
Cont’d
7. Open the
FIG. 6
small metal
door on the
top of the case
and locate the
high and low
LOW VACUUM
vacuum hose
HOSE
connectors in
the recess
HIGH
under the
VACUUM
door. Pull both
HOSE
hoses all the
(DOOR)
way out of the
recess so they extend to the top of the
handle as shown in Fig. 6.
8. (NOTE: The user may choose to interchange Step 8 with Step 9, to facilitate
easier setup of the syringe and optional
FIG. 7b
FIG. 7a
MOUNTING
BRACKET
9. (NOTE: The user might have chosen to
interchange Step 9 with Step 8, for easier
setup of the syringe and optional scaler.)
Place air/water
OPTIONAL
syringe and optional FIG. 8
scaler into their
respective
instrument holders
on the air/electric
module (refer to the
location-ID label on
top of the module).
(See Fig. 8)
SCALER
10. Install electric motor connector into
receptacle located on bottom of air/electric
module (Fig. 9). Align the round dimple on
the motor cord connector with the mark on
the receptacle and push cord straight into
receptacle. To remove motor/cord, pull
motor cord connector straight out of
receptacle. Place motor into its instrument
holder on the module and attach
appropriate E-Type handpiece.
FIG. 9
LOCKING KNOB
FIG. 7c
scaler.) On the back
side of the unit,
position the air/
electric module
assembly over the
top of the handle as
shown in Figure 7a,
then lower the
LOCKING KNOB
assembly so its
mounting bracket rests on the opening in
the handle (Fig. 7b). Rotate the bottom of
the assembly forward so that its locking
knob aligns with and engages the vertical
slot in the handle (Fig. 7b). Rotate the
locking knob 90° to secure the air/electric
assembly to the handle (Fig. 7c).
4.
MOTOR
CONNECTOR
ALIGNMENT
DIMPLE
11. Install foot control connector into
receptacle located on bottom of air/electric
module (Fig. 10). Once the connector pins
are properly engaged, tighten the outer
sleeve to lock into place. Place foot control
on floor.
FIG. 10
with an appropriate lubricant, preferably
containing PTFE. Dry O-rings will damage
the seals, resulting in poor performance.)
Lock the module into place by handtightening the hold-down thumb-screw on
the housing, until snug (Fig 13b).
FOOT CONTROL
CONNECTOR
FIG. 13b
FIG. 13a
12. Fill the water-supply bottle with clean water or
other suitable irrigation fluid and attach to the
water bottle cap on the left side of the
air/electric module (Fig. 11a).
Optional Water-Supply Adapter - Attach the
optional water-supply adapter (PN 330607) to
the end of the water bottle filter tube (Fig.
11b). Attach the opposite end of the Adapter
to the water supply. Toggle the water bottle
purge switch to the purge position.
FIG. 11a
FIG. 11b
OPTIONAL
WATER
SUPPLY
ADAPTER
13. On the back side of
the air/electric
module, rotate the
rear housing
downward 180°
(Fig. 12). (Note the
connector block in
the recess directly
below the rear
housing.)
CONNECTOR
HOLD-DOWN
SCREW
15. Ensure that the lid on the waste container
is securely latched onto the container.
Hang the container onto the bracket
located on the back side of case lid (Fig.
14a). Plug the level-sensor cord connector
into the socket located on the motor
housing below. NOTE: When plugging in
the sensor connector, align its white arrow
to the top center of the socket (Fig. 14b). If
the sensor is accidentally unplugged, a
warning beep will sound and the compressor will automatically shut off.
FIG. 14b
FIG. 14a
ALIGNMENT
ARROW
FIG. 12
SENSOR
CORD
BRACKET
REAR
HOUSING
CONN.
BLOCK
14. Disengage the locking tab on the handle.
Slowly and carefully lower the air/electric
module down until the rear housing
engages the connector block in the recess
below (Fig 13a). (NOTE: Ensure that the
three O-rings on the housing are lubricated
WASTE
TANK
16. Attach the HVE and saliva ejector hose
connectors (white) to their respective ports
on the top of the waste tank (Fig. 15a, page
6). Note that the notches in the hose
connectors align to the white tabs on the
tank. Rotate the white locking latch over the
top of the two hose connectors to secure
them into position (Fig. 15b, page 6).
5.
SETTING UP THE UNIT FIG. 15a
Cont’d
FIG. 15b
ROTATING
LATCH
SALIVA
EJECTOR
HOSE
HVE
HOSE
ALIGNMENT
TAB
Place the HVE and saliva ejector valves
into their respective instrument holders on
the air/electric module (refer to the
location-ID label on top of the module).
Attach the desired evacuator/saliva ejector
tips into the valves.
17. Attach the HVE and saliva ejector hose
connectors (black)
FIG. 16
from Step # 6, page
3, to their
respective ports on
the top of the waste
tank (Fig. 16).
Rotate the black
locking latch
ROTATING
overtop the two
LATCH
hose connectors to
secure them in place.
18. Toggle the water-bottle purge switch
located on the
FIG. 17
back side of
the air/
electric
module to the
WATER BOTTLE
“PRESSURE”
PURGE SWITCH
position (Fig.
17).
19. Verify that the voltage-selector switch
located on the motor housing is set to the
proper 115V or 230V power source (Fig.
18). Attach the power cord to the power
inlet receptacle and plug into a grounded
electrical outlet. NOTE: Ensure that the
power cord is correct for the voltage
source in the country of use.
Turn both rocker switches on the motor
6.
housing to the ‘ON’ (I) position. The lefthand
FIG. 18
switch
turns
POWER
the unit
ON/OFF
COMPRESSOR
power
ON/OFF
On/Off
and
also
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
acts as
SWITCH
a circuit
breaker for the whole unit. The right-hand
switch acts as a circuit breaker for the
compressor. Electrical overloads will trip
the two switches. If either switch is found
in a neutral position (midway between ‘ON’
and ‘OFF’), check for overload causes and
correct the problem. Then, place the switch
in the ‘ON’ position. Green LED’s adjacent
to each switch illuminate when the
switches are On. NOTE: When the unit is
in use, it’s compressor motor will
occasionally turn On and Off, to maintain
proper pressure.
20. Ensure that the system FIG. 19
operating pressure is
maintained at 45-55 PSI PRESSURE
GAUGE
(3.10-3.79 bar). The
pressure gauge is
located on the side of
the air/electric module (Fig. 19).
21. Turn all instrument holder and manifold
control panel toggle switches to the ‘ON’
position: toggle the instrument holders toward
the red dot (see Fig. 20); toggle the manifold
panel switches to the UP position (see Fig.
19). NOTE: If the vacuum comes on, reseat
the vacuum handpieces in their holders.
FIG. 20
RED
DOTS
FIG. 21 - AEU-525 Transport III - Front View
HIGH VOLUME
EVACUATOR (HVE)
WATER SUPPLY
BOTTLE
SALIVA EJECTOR
WASTE
CONTAINER
SYRINGE
OPTIONAL
SCALER
ELECTRIC MOTOR
MANIFOLD PANEL
(Pages 14 - 15)
ELECTRIC MOTOR CONTROL PANEL
(Pages 10-13)
SCALER
CONTROLS
HANDPIECE
WATER
CONTROLS
LCD
DISPLAY
HANDPIECE
AIR
CONTROLS
FOOT CONTROL
SYRINGE
FLOW
CONTROLS
PRESSURE
GAUGE
AUXILIARY WATER OUTPUT CONNECTOR
7.
SETTING UP THE UNIT-
Cont’d
FIG. 22 - AEU-525 Transport III - Back View
WATER BOTTLE
PURGE SWITCH
OPTIONAL
AIR/ELECTRIC
MODULE ASSEMBLY
WATER
BOTTLE
LOW VOLUME
VACUUM HOSE
INSTRUMENT HOLDERS
(Page 10)
OFF
HIGH VOLUME
VACUUM HOSE
ON
HVE
HOSE
SALIVA
EJECTOR
HOSE
FOOT
CONTROL
8.
WASTE
CONTAINER
LEVEL SENSOR
CORD ASSEMBLY
FIG. 23 - AEU-525 Transport III - Back View
WASTE 85% FULL
ALARM LED
(Page 16)
WATER BOTTLE PURGE SWITCH
(Page 6)
RED LED
WASTE
SENSOR
CONNECTOR
POWER ENTRY AND CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL
(Page 6)
POWER
INLET
ON/OFF
SWITCH
& CIRCUIT
BREAKER
POWER
CORD
COMPRESSOR
ON/OFF
SWITCH
& CIRCUIT
BREAKER
115V/230V
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
SWITCH
9.
OPERATION FUNCTIONS:
1. ON/OFF POWER SWITCH & CIRCUIT
BREAKER (Fig. 24) - Controls power
On/Off to the Transport III. When the unit is
turned On, the green LED next to the
power switch will illuminate.
2. COMPRESSOR CIRCUIT BREAKER
SWITCH (Fig. 24) When the switch is On
(circuit closed/continuity complete), the
compressor will start and the green LED
next to the switch will illuminate. When the
switch trips open (continuity interrupted)
due to a compressor overload, the switch
and LED turn Off. Simply turn the switch
back On to reset breaker. NOTE: If switch
is found in a neutral position (midway
between On and Off), find and correct the
fault then turn the switch to the On
position. IMPORTANT: The switch should
be left in the On position when not in use.
FIG. 24
PWR
ON/OFF
4. INSTRUMENT CONTROLS (Figs 26 & 27)
The Transport III includes controls for the
motor, vacuum valve holders, and optional
scaler. These holders include an On/Off
toggle switch
(Fig. 26)
which when
ON
OFF
turned 'Off'
(toggle to the
left), keeps
the instrument
off, even when
FIG. 26
removed from
its holder. When the toggle switch is
turned 'On' (toggle toward the red dot), the
instrument will automatically activate when
removed from its holder.
FIG. 27
COMPRESSOR
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
3. ON/OFF FOOT CONTROL (Fig. 25) – The
Foot Control provides On/Off operation to
the motor, water, and air coolant to the
handpiece, and the handpiece light, when
the electric motor is removed from its
holder and its water & air toggle switches
are toggled ‘ON’. The Foot Control also
provides On/Off operaFIG. 25
tion to the optional
ultrasonic scaler and
water coolant to the
scaler when the scaler
is removed from its
holder and the water
APPLY PRESSURE
TO ACTIVATE
toggle switch is toggled
INSTRUMENT
‘ON’. For instrument
operation, apply foot pressure to any part of
the disk. The instrument holder toggle must
10.
be 'On' and the instrument removed from its
holder before operation can begin. NOTE:
The HVE and saliva ejector are not
controlled by the Foot Control - they will
automatically start when removed from their
holders and their toggle switches are On.
ELECTRIC
HANDPIECE
SYRINGE
OPTIONAL
SCALER
SALIVA
EJECTOR
HVE
5. ELECTRIC MOTOR AND CONTROL
PANEL (Fig. 28) - There are two different
control modes that can be used to operate
the Transport III electric motor: Manual
Mode using the console buttons, or Preset
Mode using the preprogrammed Presets:
A. MANUAL OPERATION - When the
electric motor is not running, the user can
adjust its ratio, speed, torque, motor
direction, and motor LED settings using the
control panel keypad (The Preset indicator
in upper left of LCD display will blink on and
off, indicating the change):
Fig. 28 - Transport III Electric Motor Control Panel
PRESET SELECTOR
w/DISPLAY
MOTOR DIRECTION
(FWD/REV) SELECTOR
w/DISPLAY
ENDODONTIC MODE
(ENDO) SELECTOR
w/DISPLAY
ILLUMINATION
CONTROL
w/DISPLAY
1) Depress the Standby button
to turn electric motor control
panel on or off. If the console
was turned off using the
Standby button, the Display will darken
and all the buttons, except the Standby
button, will become inoperative. Press
the Standby button again to turn on the
control panel and return the motor to its
last used settings.
2) Press the RATIO button repeatedly to
select the ratio that
matches the handpiece
being used. Available
ratios are: 1:5, 1:2, 1:1, 5:1, and 8:1.
NOTE: The user can reprogram the unit to
display only a preferred set of ratio(s) from
the five available options. Refer to page
10 for complete instructions on
Customizing Ratios.
3) Press the SPEED Up/Down buttons to
select the
desired
operating
speed for the handpiece being used. See
Figure 29 for handpiece speed ranges.
4) Press the TORQUE Up/Down buttons to
select the desired operating
torque
percen-tage.
HANDPIECE RATIO
SELECTOR
w/DISPLAY
CONTROL PANEL
STANDBY
BUTTON
SPEED (RPM)
SELECTOR
w/DISPLAY
TORQUE
SELECTOR
w/DISPLAY
-ORILLUMINATION
SELECTOR
Fig. 29 - Transport III Speed Ranges
1:5 10,000 - 200,000
1:2
4,000 - 80,000
1:1
2,000 - 40,000
5:1
400 - 8,000
8:1*
280 - 5,000
RPM
RPM
RPM
RPM
RPM
*280 - 1300 RPM in ENDO Mode
5) Press MOTOR DIRECTION button
repeatedly to cycle through and select the
Forward (FWD) or Reverse
(REV) settings. An audible
beep indicates reverse
direction when the motor is running.
6) To switch the electric motor to Endodontic operating mode, first select the 8:1
handpiece ratio, then press the MOTOR
DIRECTION button repeatedly until the
word "ENDO" appears in
the Motor Direction
window. Next, select the
desired Torque level using
the UP/DOWN Torque buttons. The unit is
then ready to operate in ENDO mode - the
rotation of the handpiece will automatically
alternate between forward and reverse
when the selected torque is reached (in
order to free the instrument).
11.
OPERATION FUNCTIONS - Cont'd:
7) Press and release the ILLUMINATION
button to turn the handpiece LED On/Off. To
activate the handpiece
and LED, remove the handpiece from its
holder, turn the Illumination button 'On',
and press the foot pedal to operate the
motor. When the foot pedal is released
and the motor has stopped, the light will
turn off after approximately 20 seconds.
Press and hold the Illumination button for
three seconds to enter the LED intensity
adjustment mode. When in this mode, press
the Torque Up/Down buttons to select the
desired illumination in 10% increments, from
10% to 100%. The handpiece LED will
automatically turn on and change intensity
as the adjustments are made. The display
icon will also blink as the adjustments are
made. To exit the adjustment mode, press
and release the Illumination button.
B. PRESET OPERATION - The Transport
III electric motor module is shipped with
five preprogrammed factory Presets for
each ratio (see Fig. 31, page 13). This
allows the user to instantly access a wide
range of settings. After the handpiece ratio
has been selected, press the Preset
Button repeatedly to cycle
through five different
Presets (P1 - P5). When
the desired Preset is displayed, its
operating parameters are automatically
activated. Each Preset can store the
following parameters:
- Bur/Drill Speed
- Motor Direction
- Torque Setting
- LED Light 'On' or 'Off'
- Endo Mode Activation (8:1
handpiece ratio only)
NOTE: The electric motor is programmed at
the factory to initially start up with Ratio 1:5
and Preset No.1 active. Subsequently, when
the System power is turned on, the last
settings used will be activated.
12.
CUSTOMIZING RATIOS:
The user can enable or disable individual
handpiece ratio options, so that only preferred
or commonly used ratios are displayed during
the ratio selection process. Follow these steps
to reprogram the unit with customized ratio
options:
1. Press and hold the Ratio button to enter the
Ratio Customization Mode.
2. Press the Ratio button repeatedly to switch
between the available ratio options. Each Ratio
displays in the Ratio window as the user cycles
through the five options.
3. When the desired ratio is displayed, press the
Preset button to toggle the ratio to either
enabled or disabled status. The word "On" will
appear in the Preset display window when
enabled, and two dashes "_ _" will appear when
disabled (see Figs. 30a & 30b).
Fig. 30a -Enabled
Fig. 30b -Disabled
4. Repeat Step 3 above for the remaining four
ratio options until only the desired ratios are
enabled.
5. Press and hold the Ratio button to exit the Ratio
Customization Mode. Only the enabled ratios
will be displayed when selecting Ratio options;
any ratio that has been disabled will not be
displayed (unless you re-enable it).
NOTE: The system must always have at least
one ratio option enabled. If the user attempts to
disable the last operational ratio, the system will
emit a beep sound and ignore the user's
command to disable this remaining option.
NOTE: If the factory defaults are restored, all
customized Ratio option settings will be
overwritten.
Figure 31 - Factory Default Presets
RATIO
1:5
1:2
1:1
5:1
8:1
(ENDO
MODE)
PRESET
NO.
SPEED
(RPM)
DIRECTION
TORQUE
ENDO MODE
(8:1 Ratio Only)
HANDPC
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
200,000
150,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
80,000
60,000
60,000
40,000
40,000
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
100 %
—
100 %
50 % Torque Limit
100 %
50 % Torque Limit
—
100 %
—
100 %
50 % Torque Limit
100 %
50 % Torque Limit
—
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
40,000
40,000
20,000
10,000
8,000
2,000
1,500
1,200
800
400
300
300
300
300
300
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
—
—
—
—
—
—
100 %
—
50 % Torque Limit
100 %
100 %
100 %
—
100 %
—
100
100
100
100
—
%
%
%
%
—
—
—
—
—
—
100%
YES
70%
50%
30%
10%
YES
YES
YES
YES
LED
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
CUSTOMIZING PRESETS:
Each Preset can be customized by the
user with its own unique set of operating
parameters:
1) First select the Ratio, then select the
Preset number of the Preset you wish to
customize.
2) Adjust the Preset's speed, torque,
handpiece illumination, and motor direction
as desired. NOTE: The ENDO Mode feature
can only be enabled when an 8:1 ratio is
selected. The Preset indicator will blink on
and off, indicating a change is in process.
3) Press and hold the Preset button to
save its new settings (a beep will sound).
4) Press the foot pedal to activate the
motor and begin operation.
FACTORY DEFAULTS: The electric motor
module will retain the factory default
settings (Fig. 31) in memory until changed
by the user. To recall the original factory
defaults, press and hold the PRESET and
RATIO buttons simultaneously for
approximately 3 seconds. IMPORTANT:
When factory defaults are recalled, all usercustomized Ratio and Preset settings will
be overwritten.
13.
OPERATION FUNCTIONS - Cont’d:
SLEEP MODE:
After 20 minutes of motor inactivity, the
electric motor module automatically enables
an energy-saving Sleep Mode which turns
off the display. When in this mode, three
square symbols will blink consecutively
across the darkened LCD.
To turn the unit on again and light up the
display, the user can either press the
standby button on the control panel or
remove the handpiece from its holder and
then press on the foot pedal. The last used
settings will be restored.
6. OPTIONAL SCALER (Fig. 32) – The
Transport III can be equipped with an
optional piezoelectric scaler system that
provides adjustable ultrasonic levels and a
water coolant system. The scaler includes
3 instrument tips: The #37 instrument is
specially developed for subgingival
scaling, furcations, supragingival fine
scaling and spot removal. The #38 tip is
used for lingual and buccal subgingival
scaling and furcations. The #39 tip is used
for universal lingual and buccal
supragingival scaling.
The scaler is controlled by the scaler
ultrasonic setting adjustment knob which is
located on the left side of the optional
air/electric module, on the manifold control
panel (see Fig. 32). The ultrasonic intensity
can be adjusted by turning the control knob
clockwise to maximum or counterclockwise
to minimum. When scaling, follow the tip
manufacturer's recommended ultrasonic
settings for each tip.
The coolant level is controlled by the
scaler water On/Off toggle switch and the
coolant flow adjustment knob, located just
below the ultrasonic adjustment knob (see
Fig. 32). Turn knob counter-clockwise to
increase coolant flow; or clockwise to
decrease coolant flow.
14.
FIG. 32
OPTIONAL
SCALER
ULTRASONIC
CONTROL SWITCH
SCALER
COOLANT
ON/OFF SWITCH
SCALER
COOLANT FLOW
ADJUSTMENT SWITCH
Verify that the optional scaler’s
coolant flow of no less than
20ml/min is available at the tip.
SEE ACCOMPANYING SCALER
DOCUMENTS
WARNING:
Ensure proper coolant flow before using the
optional scaler on a patient. Heat emitted by
the scaler may damage teeth if coolant water
is not atomized at the scaler tip.
7. 3-WAY AIR/WATER SYRINGE (Fig. 33a)
• Pressing the left button dispenses water.
• Pressing the right button dispenses air.
• Pressing both buttons simultaneously
dispenses an air/water mist. This mist
can be adjusted with the two syringe flow
control knobs located on the manifold
control panel (see Fig. 32b). The top
knob adjusts the water flow and the
bottom knob adusts the air flow. Turn the
knobs clockwise to decrease the flow or
counterclockwise to increase the flow.
FIG. 33b
FIG. 33a
AIR
WATER
SYRINGE
WATER
ADJUST
SYRINGE
AIR
ADJUST
8. HANDPIECE CONTROLS:
Water - The handpiece water toggle valve
allows water to flow to the working handpiece when the foot pedal is depressed. The
toggle valve is located on the manifold
control panel (see Fig. 34). Place the toggle
in the upward position to turn handpiece
water On or downward to turn it Off.
A water control valve is also provided to
adjust the volume of water flow to the
handpiece. This valve is located next to the
toggle valve (Fig. 34).
Air - The handpiece air toggle valve allows
air to flow to the working handpiece when
the foot pedal is depressed. The toggle
valve is located on the manifold control
panel (see Fig. 34). Place the toggle in the
upward position to turn handpiece air On
or downward to turn it Off. An air flow
control valve is also provided to adjust the
volume of air to the handpiece. This valve is
located next to the toggle valve (Fig. 34).
FIG. 34
HANDPIECE WATER
ON/OFF VALVE
HANDPIECE WATER
ADJUSTMENT VALVE
HANDPIECE AIR
ON/OFF VALVE
HANDPIECE AIR
ADJUSTMENT VALVE
9. WATER SUPPLY BOTTLE (Fig. 35) - The
Transport III incorporates a self-contained
pressurized water system. The system
consists of one 1-liter bottle with a
pressure release toggle valve that allows
pressure to be released from the bottle
while maintaining system pressure. To refill
the water supply bottle:
a.) Toggle the bottle pressure relief valve
to “PURGE” (see Fig. 35) to remove
pressure from the water bottle.
b.) Unscrew the bottle from its cap.
c.) Fill bottle with water or other nonsaline solution.
d.) Screw bottle back into its cap.
e.) Toggle the pressure relief valve back to
“PRESSURE” to repressurize the bottle.
FIG. 35
PRESSURE
RELEASE
TOGGLE
VALVE
WATER
BOTTLE
WARNING:
Before removing the Water Supply Bottle, toggle
the water pressure relief valve to the "PURGE"
position, allowing pressure to release.
10. AIR BOTTLE (Fig. 36) - The 750ml air
bottle is located inside the upper right
corner of the case and stores pressurized
air for the 3-way air/water syringe. The
bottle includes a filter equipped with a
drain plug that allows condensation to be
removed. To
FIG. 36
drain condensation, place a
container or
towel or below
the filter and
DRAIN
use pliers to
PLUG
carefully loosen
the black knob
on the bottom
AIR
BOTTLE
of the filter.
IMPORTANT:
To open the
drain, turn the black knob clockwise (follow
arrow on “DRAIN
“ label); to close
drain, turn the knob counter-clockwise. Do
not overtighten.
15.
OPERATION FUNCTIONS - Cont’d:
WARNING:
IMPORTANT:
Before removing the Air Bottle, vent all reserve
air pressure in the bottle. Press the right (Air)
button on the 3-Way Air/ Water Syringe, or turn
either the HVE or LVE toggle switches ‘On’ with
unit power off, to depressurize the air.
To prevent the HVE and Low Volume (Saliva
Ejector) compressor system from running
excessively, ensure that the vacuum heads are
firmly cradled in their holders after each use
and that their control levers are toggled ‘Off’’.
11. HVE AND SALIVA EJECTOR VACUUMS
The unit is equipped with a high volume
evacuator (HVE) and low volume saliva
ejector system (Fig. 37). Both high and low
volume systems can operate
simultaneously. When the vacuum holder
toggle switches are toggled Off (to left
side), the vacuum system will stay off,
even when the vacuum valves are
removed from their holders. When the
vacuum holder toggle switches are toggled
On (toward the red dot), the vacuum will
start automatically when the vacuum
valves are removed from their holders.
FIG. 37
TOGGLE
SWITCHES
beep and a red LED on the tank lid will
flash (see Fig. 38). If both compartments
continue to fill, the compressor/cacuum
pump will automatically shut down before
either compartment reaches 100% full.
The alarm will sound until the container is
emptied - To empty Waste Container:
1. Disconnect vacuum hoses and level
sensor wire connector.
2. Detach waste container assembly from
unit and carry container and contents to
proper waste disposal location.
3. Unsnap lid and empty both container
compartments (side-pour out), then
rinse out container.
4. Replace lid, reattach container
assembly to unit, and reconnect hoses
and level sensor.
FIG. 38
SALIVA
EJECTOR
HVE
85%-FULL
LED
VALVES
16.
12. WASTE CONTAINER -- When the HVE or
saliva ejector instruments are in use, the
vacuum pump will run and waste from the
vacuum system will collect in the 1.8 liter
plastic waste container located on the
back side of the unit (Fig. 38). The
container provides two separate waste
compartments: one for HVE and the other
for the saliva ejector. (The HVE compartment contains a vacuum-intake screen for
collecting large debris.) Each compartment
includes its own 85%-full sensor. When
either one of these sensors reaches the
85%-full level, an audible alarm will start to
SALIVA EJECTOR
WASTE
COMPARTMENT
HVE WASTE
COMPARTMENT
SENSOR
CONNECTOR
13. AUXILIARY WATER OUTPUT (Fig. 21)-Water or other solutions placed in the
water bottle can be withdrawn through the
auxiliary water output using an Aseptico
fitting (PN AA-60) attached to tubing. The
output has an auto shutoff to prevent
leakage.
OPERATION:
1. After the Transport III unit has been set up
and you have made yourself familiar with
the operation functions, you are ready for
operation as follows:
2. Turn the power and circuit breaker
switches on the rear of the case to the 'On'
(I) position. The green LEDs next to the
switches and the electric motor control
panel display will light up, and the unit will
pressurize. NOTE: If electric motor control
panel doesn’t illuminate, press the Standby
Button to turn the panel On.
CAUTION:
Some new AEU-525 compressor motors
might require a 2-week “break-in” when first
used. As a precaution against stalling the
compressor or possibly tripping the breakers,
it is recommended that during the first 2
weeks of use, the air/electric module be
detached from the System then the System
turned on and run for approximately 5
minutes before each initial daily operation.
Refer to the CAUTION card, PN: 421009,
supplied with this System, for details on
performing this “break-in” procedure.
3. Toggle the instrument holder toggle switch
of the instrument to be used to the ‘On’
position (pointed toward the red dot).
4. Check the pressure gauge on the side of
the air/electric module and ensure that the
system operating pressure is within the
acceptable 45 - 55 PSI range.
5. Using the Electric Motor:
a. Attach the proper sterile E-type
handpiece to the motor and set the RATIO
Selector to match the gear ratio of the
handpiece being used (i.e. 1:5 for a 1:5
increaser handpiece, or 8:1 for a 8:1
reduction handpiece).
b. Select the desired preprogrammed
PRESET on the display panel, OR,
manually adjust the speed, torque, motor
direction, electric motor LED, or ENDO
settings using the panel keypad:
SPEED - Adjust the up/down SPEED
arrows on the display to the desired RPM.
NOTE: When selecting the SPEED,
ensure that the Ratio Selector matches
the handpiece ratio.The RPM display will
indicate bur speed when the Ratio
Selector is set to the proper gear ratio.
TORQUE - Adjust the up/down TORQUE
arrows on the display to the desired
torque.
MOTOR DIRECTION - Select either
forward (FWD) or reverse (REV) direction
on the display.
ILLUMINATION - If using a handpiece
with LED illumination, turn the LED button
on the display On or Off.
ENDO MODE - To select endodontic
operating mode (8:1 handpiece ratio must
first be selected) press the Motor Direction
button repeatedly until “ENDO” appears in
the Motor Direction window.
6. Handpiece Water/Air:
Toggle the handpiece water and air toggle
valves, located on the side of the
air/electric module, to the On position
(pointing upward). Adjust the handpiece
water and air flow control knobs to the
desired settings. (Turn clockwise to
decrease flow, counterclockwise to
increase.)
NOTE: Some compressed air is used to
cool the motor and handpiece. This air
vents around the LED and axially through
the E-coupling to the handpiece.
IMPORTANT:
Turn Off the handpiece water and air
when using handpieces that do not
support internal irrigation.
7. Using the Optional Ultrasonic Scaler:
See accompanying documents.
a. Toggle the Scaler Water Toggle Switch,
located on the side of the optional
air/electric module, to the On position
(pointing upward).
17.
OPERATION
- Cont’d:
b. Screw on a sterile Instrument Tip to the
Scaler handpiece and tighten it firmly.
Turn carefully backwards approximately
1mm. This will put the tip in a neutral
position so it can move freely.
IMPORTANT: Rinse the water line before
attaching tip by pressing the foot switch
and allowing the water to flow for 30
seconds.
c. Turn the Scaler Water Flow Control
knob to the desired setting (clockwise to
decrease flow, counterclockwise to
increase). The water should create a mist
around the Scaler tip.
d. Adjust the Scaler Ultrasonic Setting
knob to the desired setting.
WARNING:
Ensure proper coolant flow before using
the optional Scaler on a patient. Heat
emitted by the Scaler may damage
teeth if coolant water is not atomized at
the Scaler tip.
8. Using the 3-Way Air/Water Syringe:
a. Use the syringe as necessary for
irrigation or drying. Press left button for
water, right button for air, or both buttons
simultaneously for a mist. IMPORTANT: A
plastic dental barrier sheath made for the
3-way syringe must be used on syringes
that have not been autoclaved.
b. Adjust the water and air flow by using a
screwdriver to turn the two small
adjustment screws located on the side of
the air/electric module. Upper screw
controls water, lower screw controls air.
Turn screws clockwise to decrease flows,
counterclock-wise to increase flows.
18.
9. Using the HVE and Saliva Ejector
Vacuums:
Adjust the vacuum pressure on the HVE
(high vacuum) and saliva ejector (low
vacuum) by moving the control levers on
their respective valve heads.
10. Remove the instrument to be used from
its holder.
11. Press the foot control to activate motor or
scaler and begin operation.
12. Empty the waste container when the 85%full alarm sounds or when the red LED
located on the container lid flashes.
NOTE: The unit’s vacuum system will
automatically shut down if the waste tank
is not promptly emptied. The audible
alarm will also continue to sound until the
container is emptied.
STERILIZATION AND MAINTENANCE:
Because of its simple design, the Aseptico
AEU-525 Transport III System requires
very little maintenance. Any maintenance
that is needed can be performed in
minutes.
PURGING THE SYSTEM:
If the unit will not be used for an extended
period of time, or if the unit might be
subjected to freezing conditions, the user
should purge the system of all water.
Simply empty the contents of the water
bottle and install it back into its cap, then
operate the air/water syringe, scaler, and
handpiece with water coolant ‘ON’ until
only air comes through the water lines.
Pack the unit and store as normal.
HANDPIECES:
Thorough cleaning and lubrication of Etype handpieces after each use and before
sterilization is very important to ensure
proper operation and service life of the
handpiece. Follow the instructions
provided with the handpiece for complete
maintenance instructions. When sterilizing
IMPORTANT! Protect
Fig. 39
motor from excess oil
draining from handpieces.
After lubricating and
before autoclaving, stand
handpiece on its base, on
a paper towel, and allow
excess oil to drain (see
Fig. 39).
ELECTRIC MOTOR & CORD ASSEMBLY:
The entire Electric Motor and Cord
Assembly is fully autoclavable (Fig. 40).
Steam autoclave motor/cord assembly at
132° C (270° F) for ten minutes. Loosely
coil the motor cord when autoclaving.
Avoid sharply bending the cord when
autoclaving. Alternatively, wipe down the
motor cord with disinfecting solution, and/or
sleeve the cord between each patient.
ELECTRIC MOTOR O-RINGS:
Replace electric motor O-rings when worn
Fig. 40 - MOTOR & CORD STERILIZATION
The entire motor & cord
assembly is steam
autoclavable.
WARNING
• Do not attempt to disassemble the motor or motor
connector.
• Do not oil or lubricate the motor.
• Do not attach a handpiece to the motor while the
motor is running.
• Do not bend motor cord sharply.
Failure to comply with any of the above instructions
may void your warranty.
CAUTION:
The Electric Motor is sensitive to shock. Do not
drop or impact motor against a hard surface.
CAUTION FOR ALL STERILIZATION:
• Do not exceed 135° C or 275° F
• Do not submerge in any solutions
• Do not use ultrasonic cleaners
or damaged (see Fig. 41, page 20). Gently
peel old O-rings out of grooves and
replace with new rings (PN 520069).
Occasionally apply non-toxic lubricant
(preferably containing PTFE) to O-rings to
maintain flexibility.
LARGE O-RINGS (On Air/Electric Module
and High/Low Vacuum Lines):
Keep all O-rings lubricated with PTFE
lubricant. Periodically inspect rings for
damage or excessive wear -- damaged or
worn O-rings will create vacuum leaks,
degrading system performance.
19.
STERILIZATION AND MAINTENANCE Fig. 41
O-Rings
(3)
LED
MOTOR LED LENS CLEANING:
The lens of the LED light on the motor
(see Fig. 33) is soft and can be damaged.
It should not be exposed to dust and
debris. Excessive dust and debris may
cause a drastic decrease in optical output.
In the event that the light requires
cleaning, first try a gentle swabbing, using
a lint-free swab. If needed, use a lint-free
swab and isopropyl alcohol to gently
remove dirt from the lens. Do not use
other solvents as they may adversely
react with the LED assembly.
GENERAL CLEANING:
The external surfaces of the chassis
should be cleaned using a soft cloth
moistened with a mild detergent solution.
Any external surfaces of the unit that are
contacted during use should be wiped
down with a soft cloth moistened with a
disinfectant at the beginning of each day
and between each patient use.
20.
WATER LINES:
Disinfect the water lines weekly. Prepare a
1:10 bleach solution (1 part household
bleach to 10 parts water). Remove water
bottle and discard residual water. Replace
empty water bottle and air purge all
waterlines. Fill water bottle with bleach
solution. Run bleach solution through all
lines. Allow bleach solution to stand in
lines for 10 minutes. Remove water bottle
and discard bleach. Flush water bottle
and all lines thoroughly with clean
water. Air purge and leave lines dry until
next clinical use.
Cont'd:
CAUTION:
Do not run saline solutions through the water
system -- saline will rust the water filters.
VACUUM SYSTEM:
The HVE and low volume saliva ejector
valves are fully autoclavable. Remove the
valves from their hoses before
autoclaving. The vacuum hoses should
not be autoclaved. Clean hoses with a
disinfectant solution.
AIR BOTTLE FILTER:
Routinely check the air bottle filter once a
day for condensation. To drain condensation, place a towel or container below the
filter and use pliers to carefully loosen the
black knob on the bottom of the filter.
IMPORTANT: To open the drain, turn the
black knob clockwise (follow arrow on
“DRAIN
“ label); to close drain, turn the
knob counterclockwise. Do not overtighten.
WASTE SYSTEM CLEANING:
Empty and clean the waste system
whenever the level alarm occurs. Also
empty and clean it routinely once a day or
before the unit is to be shipped or stored.
Follow these steps:
1) Empty all waste from the waste container.
2) Prepare approximately 2/3 liter of 10%
bleach/water solution in a separate container.
Submerge the end of the high-vacuum ejector
(HVE) into this bleach solution and pull no
more than 1/3 liter of the solution through the
line into the waste container. Repeat this
process for the saliva ejector (low vacuum) line.
IMPORTANT: The solution will enter the waste
container at a very high rate -- Care must be
taken not to overfill the container’s waste
compartments.
3) Discard bleach solution. All components of
the waste container, including the lid assembly
and waste container strainer, can be safely
rinsed with 10% bleach solution. (NOTE: Take
care to ensure that water is kept off the levelsensor electrical connector on the case.) Rinse
and dry tanks and the lid. If unit is to be
shipped or stored, hang vacuum lines vertically
to allow any residual water to drain before
packing.
3-WAY AIR/WATER SYRINGE:
Depress the right button for air operation,
and the left button for water operation.
Depressing both buttons will create a mist.
The syringe features quick-change
autoclavable tips: To remove a tip, press
on the locking collar surrounding the tip
socket and pull the used tip straight out of
the socket (Fig. 42). To insert a new tip,
press locking collar and push tip into
socket as far as it will go. Release ring
and gently tug on tip before using to
ensure that tip is securely locked into
socket.
Syringe Tip Sterilization:
1) Remove contaminated syringe tip.
2) Remove all visible signs of
contamination before autoclaving.
3) Autoclave tip at 132° C (270° F) for ten
minutes.
4) Sterilize between each patient use.
NOTE: Since only the tips can be
autoclaved, it is recommended that the
air/water syringe be bagged with a
disposable, single-use plastic sleeve
between each patient use.
FIG. 42
MOTOR/CORD RECEPTACLE O-RINGS
The O-rings (PN 520081) for the three
water/air ports in the motor/cord receptacle
should be replaced if damaged or worn. Use
the provided O-ring installer pin and sleeve to
replace the O-rings:
1. Remove old O-ring from water or air port
fitting.
2. Slide new O-ring over pointed end of
installer pin, onto the pin’s shank (see
Figure 43).
O-RING
FIG. 43
INSTALLER
PIN
3. Insert pointed end of installer pin into open
end of installer sleeve until O-ring stops
against end of tool.
4. Position concave end of installer pin against
end of water/air port fitting (see Figure 44).
FIG. 44
O-RING
DEPRESS
LOCKING COLLAR
WATER/AIR
FITTING
OPTIONAL ULTRASONIC SCALER:
The optional scaler’s handpiece cover and
scaler tips are fully autoclavable. Disinfect
and clean the cover and tips before
autoclaving. Autoclave at a maximum
temperature of 135º C (275º F) for 10
minutes or 120º C (248º F) for 20 minutes.
Wipe off the scaler handpiece and its
silicone hose with a soft cloth. Use a 45%
isopropal and detergent solution. DO NOT
IMMERSE the handpiece in any fluid or
spray any fluid directly on the handpiece.
5. Push installer sleeve inward, until new
O-ring seats into groove on fitting (see
Figure 45).
FIG. 45
O-RING
INSTALLER
PIN
INSTALLER
SLEEVE
21.
TRANSPORT III REPACKING INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Remove all water and liquid wastes from
water bottle and/or waste container. Clean the
bottle and container per the instructions found
on page 20.
2. Remove all accessories (handpieces,
evacuator tips, syringe tips, etc.) from the
unit and pack into case.
3. Disassemble the system’s components in
the reverse order of the instructions provided in the Setup Section, pages 3-9.
FIG. 46
WATER
BOTTLE
AIR/ELECTRIC
MODULE
SYRINGE
&
HOSES
HOLDING
STRAP
FOOT
PEDAL
9. Coil foot pedal cable around pedal, put
into plastic bag and place on top of motor
housing, in the recess shown in Fig. 46.
10. Coil the two power cords and position on
top of the waste tank and air bottle as
shown in Fig. 46.
11. Carefully close case lid, taking care not to
pinch any internal components.
12. Locate the shipping carton and two foam
inserts that were originally shipped with the
unit. Position one foam insert into the bottom
of the case with the cutout facing up. Grasp
the side-handle on the unit case, align it to
the cutout in the foam and carefully lower the
unit into the insert (Fig. 47).
13. Align the second foam insert to the exposed
side of the case and carefully lower it down
onto the case. Firmly push the foam down
into the cardboard carton so that it’s flush
with the edges of the carton (Fig. 48).
FIG. 47
WASTE
TANK
VACUUM
HOSES
115V
POWER CORD
4. Strap water bottle into place inside the
case lid as shown in Fig. 46.
5. Strap air/electric module into case as
shown in Fig. 46 with strap provided.
6. Secure waste tank in place with the tiedown provided. Note “This Side Out” label.
7. Coil motor and cord, put into plastic bag
and place in bottom of case, just to the
right of the air/electric module. Place
syringe assembly on top of motor/cord.
8. Coil suction hoses from waste tank
around tank as shown (Fig. 46).
FIG. 48
CAUTION:
BEFORE REPACKING THE TRANSPORT III INTO
ITS CASE, ALWAYS REMOVE ALL WATER AND
LIQUID WASTES FROM WATER BOTTLE AND
WASTE CONTAINER.
ALWAYS LIFT DENTAL UNIT USING THE HANDLES PROVIDED.
WHEN TRANSPORTING UNIT, DO NOT PLACE
HEAVY OBJECTS ON TOP OF SHIPPING BOX..
22.
TROUBLESHOOTING:
Problem:
Correction:
Unit will not start:
•
•
•
•
Unit starts but trips circuit breaker:
Check
Check
Check
Check
system power connection.
if both circuit breaker switches are On.
if waste container sensor is connected.
if waste container is full.
• Check source circuit to see if it is a minimum of 15A.
• Check voltage selector switch for proper voltage.
NOTE: Operating the unit off an extension cord is not recommended.
No water pressure:
• Check water supply bottle water level. Verify that cap is tight and not cross-threaded.
• Check that water supply pressure toggle is in the ‘PRESSURE’ position.
Insufficient vacuum:
• Check HVE and saliva ejector vacuum hose assemblies for blockage.
• Check that the waste container lid is properly seated and tightly secured.
• Check that holder toggle switch is On.
Insufficient handpiece operation:
• Check the pressure gauge on the side of the air/electric module and ensure that
system pressure is sufficient.
• Check that handpiece tubing is untangled and not crimped.
• Check handpiece connection for missing or broken gasket.
No water to handpiece:
• Check that handpiece water toggle on side of air/electric module is ‘On’.
• Check that the water flow control valve to the handpiece is open (counterclockwise).
No coolant air to handpiece:
• Check that handpiece air toggle on side of air/electric module is ‘On’.
• Check that the air flow control valve to the handpiece is open (counterclockwise).
Electric motor control panel does not
light up when on:
• Press Standby Button on control panel.
Electric motor control panel lights up
when turned on, but handpiece does
not turn:
• Check motor plug connection.
• Depress foot switch.
• Turn holder toggle switch toward red dot.
• Increase Torque setting
• Check that a file or bur is properly seated in the handpiece.
Electric motor slowing down or
sluggish:
• Increase torque setting.
• Check for dirty, under-lubricated handpiece.
• Check if handpiece lubricant is draining into motor. After lubricating and before
autoclaving, stand handpiece on its base to let excess lubricant drain out.
Electric motor handpiece light does
not turn on:
• Confirm that handpiece is a fiberoptic illumination type.
• Press illumination button on control panel to turn light On and/or increase light intensity
Vacuum doesn’t turn off when hoses
are in their holders:
• Ensure that HVE and saliva ejector vacuum valves are placed firmly in their holders.
• Check vacuum On/Off toggles on holders.
Pressure fails to stabilize:
• Check that air and water bottles are tight. Check line and fittings for air leaks.
Pressure fails to turn off at 55 PSI:
• Check for broken cable to pressure switch.
Unit fails to build pressure:
• Check that bottles are tight. Check wires for breaks to pressure regulation switch.
Red LED on the waste container is lit: • Empty full waste container.
• Check waste level sensor connection. Verify that connector contacts are dry.
• Check that floats in waste container move freely.
Compressor is on, but gauge shows
no increase in pressure:
•Check unloader valve to see if the valve is switched. Check the line from the
compressor to the valve for a rupture. Check the electrical connections to the valve.
HVE vacuum switch is On (toward
red dot), but vacuum doesn’t activate
when hose is removed:
• Inspect the toggle lever on the vacuum holder to see if it is stuck. Loosen the setscrew under the switch and adjust the switch for proper operation. Check instrument
control switches on the air/electric module assembly.
HVE vacuum pressure seems lower:
• Check to see if the waste container lid is properly seated and tightly secured.
Saliva ejector switch is On (toward
red dot), but vacuum doesn’t activate
when hose is removed:
• Inspect the toggle lever on the vacuum holder to see if it is stuck. Loosen the
setscrew under the switch and adjust the switch for proper operation. Check the
toggling connections to the air pilot valve and pump. Check to see if the air pilot valve
is functioning by removing the line to the pump and seeing if air is present.
23.
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
ITEM
WASTE TANK ASSEMBLY AEU-525
INLINE STRAINER WASTE CONTAINER (HVE STRAINER)
O-RING .125ID X .070CS VT70 (AIR-JUNCTION)
O-RING .320ID X .O28 CS VITON 70 (E-HEAD)
O-RING .042ID X .142 X .050 W VITON (MTR RECEPTCL)
O-RING .208ID X .070 CS SILICONE (AIR-JUNCTION)
O-RING .234ID X .070 CS SILICONE 2-010 (LVE FITTING)
O-RING .549ID X .103 CS SILICONE 2-113 (HVE FITTING)
FILTER INLINE ONLY 35 MICRON (FOR UNLOADER)
FILTER 10-32 THRD STNLS 100 MICRON (WATER BOTTLE)
BOTTLE 1 LITER (32 OZ) BLOW MOLDED HDPE (WATER)
GASKET (FOR AIR & WATER BOTTLE LID)
FILTER AIR 1/4”NPT X 1.19 GAST (INLET FILTER)
BOTTLE 750 ML (25 OZ) BLOW MOLDED HDPE (AIR)
LINECORD REMOTE US 10 FT HOSP GREY 15A/125A
LINECORD REMOTE EURO BLACK 2.5 M
O-RING FOR AA-35/36 PKG OF 4 AUTOCLAVABLE
O-RING FOR AA-37 SET OF 3/PKG AUTOCLAVABLE
SCALER TIP THIN SUBGINGIVAL
SCALER TIP SLIM UNIVERSAL
SCALER TIP POWER UNIVERSAL
SYRINGE TIP AUTOCLAVABLE
SYRINGE 3-WAY AIR/WATER QUICK CHANGE TIP
MOTOR/CABLE ASSY AE-240SC-40 W/SHORT CABLE
24.
PART NO
330603
462124
520025
520069
520081
520099
520100
520101
730001
730326
730471
730473
730494
730657
840049
840007
AA-35LR
AA-37LR
ASC-10-PE37
ASC-10-PE38
ASC-10-PE39
TA-1
TA-90D
AE-240SC-40
QTY
1
1
3
3
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SYMBOL DEFINITIONS:
Type B Equipment
Saliva Ejector
Type BF Equipment
High Volume Evacuator (HVE)
Attention, consult
accompanying documents
Pressure Gauge
Consult Instructions For Use
Motor Direction
Manufacturer
Light Controls
Dangerous Voltage
Footswitch
Alternating current
On/Off Switch - Mains
Air
Atmospheric Pressure Limitation
Water
Temperature Limitation
Counterclockwise to Increase/Open
Clockwise to Decrease/Close
Humidity Limitation
Electric Handpiece
Protective earth (ground)
Syringe
IPX1
Protect Against Dripping Water
Scaler
SN
Serial Number
Scaler Tip Ultrasonic Control
Do Not Lift by Top Lid Or Latches
Pressurize / Purge
Water Bottle Pressure
DO NOT THROW INTO TRASH:
Dispose of electronic waste
and waste containing amalgam
in accordance with local regulations.
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SPECIFICATIONS:
Transport III Case Size:
17.93” W x 22.06” L x 10.43” H
(45.5 cm x 56 cm x 26.5 cm)
IMPORTANT
525 Weight (fully loaded):
57 lbs (25.8 kg)
When
running the AEU-525
Power Source:
AC Manual-Switching
unit
at
50Hz,
expect approxi115/220/230 VAC at 60/60/50 Hz
mately 17% less vacuum and
Power Rating:
4.7A/4.9A at 50/60Hz, 115VAC
pressure volume due to slower
2.7A at 60Hz, 220VAC
turning of the compressor.
2.3A/2.6A at 50/60Hz, 230VAC
Operating Pressure:
45 - 55 PSI (3.10 - 3.79 bar)
High Volume Vacuum:
5.8 SCFM @ 0” Hg (164.2 liters/min @ 0 cm Hg)
3.9 SCFM @ 4” Hg (110.4 liters/min @ 10.2 cm Hg)
Low Volume Vacuum:
1.1 SCFM @ 1.5” Hg (33.9 liters/min @ 3.8 cm Hg)
Simultaneous Vacuum:
High @ 4” Hg = 3.2 SCFM (90.6 liters/min @ 10.2 cm Hg)
Low @ 1.5” Hg = 1.2 SCFM (33.9 liters/min @ 3.8 cm Hg)
Vacuum/Compressor Pump: 1.1 SCFM @ 50 PSI (31.0 liters/min @ 3.45 bar) Oilless Compressor
Water Reservoir Capacity:
33.9 fl. oz. (1.0 liters)
Air Storage Capacity:
25.4 fl. oz. (750 ml) nominal
Water Flow:
5.07 fl. oz./min (0.15 liter/min)
Waste Container Capacity:
0.48 gallon total/0.24 gal. per side (1.8 liters total/0.90 L per side)
(NOTE: Capacities reflect liquid volumes up to shutoff levels.)
Noise Level:
62 dBA @ 3’4” (1 meter)
Case Duty Cycle:
Continuous
Compressor Duty Cycle:
Continuous when operating at 50/60 Hz
Electric Motor Duty Cycle:
17% (1 minute ON / 5 minutes OFF)
Environmental Conditions:
Operating Temperature: 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
Transport/Storage Temperature: -20° to 65° C (-4° to 149° F)
Relative Humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
Altitude: 0 to 3048 meters (0 to 10,000 feet)
TRANSPORT &
STORAGE
TEMPERATURE
OPERATING
TEMPERATURE
40°C
(104°F)
0°C
(32°F)
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-20°C
(-4°F)
65°C
(149°F)
5%
95%
697
hPa
1013.3
hPa
WARRANTY
Aseptico warrants its products against defects in material or workmanship for a period of two (2)
years, from date of original invoice. Some handpieces are warranted for one year under the
same conditions. Other handpieces and expendable components, such as air turbines and light
bulbs, are covered by shorter warranty periods, or have no warranty. Aseptico's sole obligation
under product warranty is (at its sole option and discretion) to repair or replace any defective
component or product in part or whole. Aseptico shall be the sole arbiter of such action.
In the event of alleged defect under warranty, the purchaser is to notify Aseptico's Customer
Service Department promptly. Customer Service will provide instructions, usually directing that
the product be returned for service. Shipment to Aseptico and the cost thereof is always the
responsibility of the purchaser.
Accidental misuse, inappropriate installation, or failure to perform directed maintenance voids the
warranty. Deliberately defacing, modifying, or removing the serial number voids the warranty.
Aseptico does not assume, under this warranty, any risks or liabilities arising from the clinical use
of its products, whether or not such use involves coincidental utilization of products manufactured
by others.
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P.O. Box 1548 • Woodinville, WA 98072
8333 216th Street SE • Woodinville, WA 98072
(425) 487-3157 • (800) 426-5913
www.aseptico.com • [email protected]
P/N: 420996
Rev. D
ECO 13391
06/2014
PRINTED IN
THE U.S.A.
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