Care instructions
ESTETICA E50
Always be on the safe side.
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KaVo Dental GmbH
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D-88400 Biberach
Tel. +49 7351 56-0
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Manufacturer:
Kaltenbach & Voigt GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
www.kavo.com
Care instructions ESTETICA E50
Table of contents
Table of contents
1
2
3
User instructions ........................................................................................................................................ 2
1.1 User guide ......................................................................................................................................... 2
1.1.1 Abbreviations ........................................................................................................................ 2
1.1.2 Symbols ................................................................................................................................ 2
1.1.3 Target group ......................................................................................................................... 2
Setup methods according to DIN EN ISO 17664 ...................................................................................... 3
2.1 References ........................................................................................................................................ 3
2.2 General instructions for the reprocessing of KaVo treatment units ................................................... 3
2.2.1 Overview ESTETICA E50 reprocessing ............................................................................... 5
2.3 Reprocessing of the surfaces of treatment unit / upholstery ............................................................. 5
2.4 Preparation of the dentist unit ........................................................................................................... 7
2.4.1 Reprocessing of handle and holder pads ............................................................................. 7
2.4.2 Reprocessing of the instrument holder of the TM table ........................................................ 9
2.4.3 Reprocessing of the three- and multi-function syringe ......................................................... 9
2.4.4 Preparation of the instrument hoses .................................................................................. 13
2.4.5 Servicing the turbine return air filter ................................................................................... 13
2.4.6 Reprocessing of the kit for physiological saline solution .................................................... 14
2.5 Reprocessing of the assistant unit .................................................................................................. 15
2.5.1 Preparing the connector for the suction hose ..................................................................... 15
2.5.2 Reprocessing of sieve inserts and suction hoses .............................................................. 15
2.6 Preparation of the patient unit ......................................................................................................... 16
2.6.1 Preparation of the tumbler .................................................................................................. 16
2.6.2 Preparation of the tumbler holder and filler ........................................................................ 16
2.6.3 Preparation of the spittoon ................................................................................................. 18
2.7 Automatic hygiene function of the water-conducting system ......................................................... 18
2.7.1 Rinsing programme ............................................................................................................ 19
2.7.2 Intensive disinfection .......................................................................................................... 22
2.8 Reprocessing and automatic hygiene functions of the suction system ........................................... 25
2.8.1 Reprocessing of the suction system including suction hoses ............................................ 25
2.8.2 HYDROclean function ........................................................................................................ 25
2.9 Preparation of the amalgam separator ............................................................................................ 26
Replenish and check the disinfectant ...................................................................................................... 27
3.1 Replenish oxygenal ......................................................................................................................... 27
3.1.1 Refilling oxygenal when using the water bottle .................................................................. 28
3.2 Checking the oxygenal concentration ............................................................................................. 32
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1 User instructions | 1.1 User guide
1 User instructions
1.1 User guide
Requirement
Read these instructions prior to first use to avoid misuse and prevent damage.
Note
Comply with the Instructions for Use of theESTETICA E50 treatment unit!
1.1.1 Abbreviations
Abbre‐
viation
GA
PA
REC
TA
STK
IEC
RA
EMC
scaler
IR
IrDA
Explanation
Instructions for use
Care instructions
Assembly instructions
Technician's instructions
Safety checks
International Electrotechnical Commission
Repair instructions
Electro magnetic compatability
Concrement remover
Infrared
Infrared Data Association
1.1.2 Symbols
Refer to Safety/Warning symbol chapter
Important information for users and technicians
Action request
CE mark according to EC Directive 93/42 for medical devices
Thermodisinfectable at up to 95 °C (203 °F)
Sterilisable in steam at up to 135 °C (275 °F)
1.1.3 Target group
This document is for dentists and office personnel.
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2 Setup methods according to DIN EN ISO 17664
2.1 References
The reprocessing consists of the following basic steps:
▪ Cleaning and disinfection ( manually or automatically)
▪ Sterilisation
Note
Comply with national hygiene requirements, e.g. RKI guidelines.
CAUTION
Risk of injury during cleaning of the treatment unit.
Lack of instructions to the cleaning staff and lack of preparation of the treatment
unit can lead to the cleaning personnel sustaining injuries.
▶ Only trained professionals and instructed cleaning personnel may be present
in the treatment rooms.
▶ Position the chair for cleaning and turn the device off.
CAUTION
Product damage due to improper disinfection.
Malfunctions.
▶ Use disinfectant in accordance with the instructions of the manufacturer.
▶ No spray disinfection, perform wipe disinfection only.
▶ Do not immerse product or product parts in liquids.
CAUTION
Improper disinfection may lead to health hazards and material damage.
Infection hazard to users and patients.
Damage to the sterile product.
▶ No hot air sterilisation, no chemical cold sterilisation, do not sterilise with eth‐
ylene oxide.
Note
The preparation methods for the instruments and motors are found in the separate
instructions for use that accompany the instrument and motor packages.
2.2 General instructions for the reprocessing of KaVo treatment units
Please comply with the general reprocessing instructions at all times. Detailed prod‐
uct-specific reprocessing instructions are provided subsequently.
At the site of use
▶ Remove surface contamination using a disposable cloth/paper towel.
Storage and transport
KaVo recommends reprocessing as soon as possible after use.
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Cleaning preparations
▶ Comply with product-specific reprocessing instructions.
Manual cleaning
Fixtures:
▪ Brush or cloth
▪ Tap water 30 °C ± 5 °C
▶ Rinse surface contamination off the product under running water.
Automatic cleaning
KaVo recommends thermodisinfection at up to 95 °C according to ISO
15883-1, e.g. Miele G 7781 / G 7881.
▶ For program settings as well as cleansers and disinfectants to be
used, please refer to the Instructions for Use of the thermodisinfector.
▶ Do not clean instruments and device components in the ultrasound
bath.
Manual disinfection
▶ Perform wipe disinfection only, the use of spray disinfection and dis‐
infection baths is not feasible.
▶ Wipe all outer surfaces with a soft cloth and an approved disinfectant.
Approved disinfectants:
▪ Microcide liquid (Schülke & Mayr)
▪ FD 322 (Dürr)
▪ Incidin Liquid (Ecolab)
▪ CaviCide (Metrex)
▶ Use disinfectants according to the manufacturer's Instructions for Use.
▶ Please note the disinfectant safety data sheet.
Automatic disinfection
KaVo recommends thermodisinfection at up to 95 °C according to ISO
15883-1, e.g. Miele G 7781 / G 7881.
▶ For program settings as well as cleansers and disinfectants to be
used, please refer to the Instructions for Use of the thermodisinfector.
▶ Do not disinfect instruments and device components in the ultrasound
bath.
Manual drying
▶ Ensure dry, clean and uncontaminated compressed air according to
ISO 7494-2.
▶ Blow off the outside and inside with compressed air until water drops
are no longer visible.
Automatic drying
Automatic drying usually is part of the cleaning/disinfection cycle of the
thermodisinfector and should not be carried out above 95 °C.
Service
▶ Discard damaged products.
Control and function test
▶ Perform a visual inspection checking for damage and wear and tear.
▶ Test products for function regularly.
Packaging
▶ Use standardised packaging material. Sealing should not be under
tension.
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Sterilisation
All sterilisable products are temperature resistant up to max. 138 °C.
KaVo recommends sterilisation in a steam steriliser (autoclave) according
to EN 13060 / ISO 17665-1, e.g. STERIclave B 2200 / 2200 P (KaVo) or
Citomat K-Series (Getinge).
▶ Sterilise with a triple fractionated vacuum (B class steriliser); hold for
4 minutes; 134°C ± 1 °C; overpressure: 2.13 bar.
Storage
▶ Rehabilitated products should be stored protected from dust with min‐
imum exposure to germs in a dry, dark and cool space.
▶ Comply with the expiration date of the sterilised item.
2.2.1 Overview ESTETICA E50 reprocessing
Reprocessing items/medical devi‐ Cleaning
ces
manual
Surfaces
Device
X
Disinfection
automatic
manual
Sterilisation
automatic
automatic
X
Cushion
X
Gripping sleeve, white
X
X
X
X
Gripping sleeve, grey
X
X
X
X
Lamp and reflector
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Dentist element
Syringe sleeve for 3F and MF sy‐
ringes
Cannula for 3F and MF syringes
Holder pad
X
Instrument holder
X
Assistant element
Connection parts of the suction
hose
Patient unit
Tumbler support
X
X
X
X
X
Glass spittoon bowl
X
Porcelain spittoon bowl
X
X
X
X
Tumbler filler
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2.3 Reprocessing of the surfaces of treatment unit / upholstery
Position the chair for cleaning
▶ Adjust the backrest to vertical position and move the chair upward.
See also: Instructions for UseESTETICA E50
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Turn device off
▶ Switch main device switch off.
Cleaning and disinfecting the surfaces of treatment unit / upholstery
CAUTION
Non-colour-fast textiles.
Non-colour-fast textiles can cause permanent discoloration.
▶ Remove discolourations with water immediately.
Approved disinfectants:
▪ Microcide liquid (Schülke & Mayr)
▪ FD 322 (Dürr)
▪ Incidin Liquid (Ecolab)
▪ CaviCide (Metrex)
▶ Clean the surfaces and upholstery with a soft cloth and water, and wipe-disinfect
them with an approved surface disinfectant.
CAUTION
Damage caused by spray disinfection.
Disinfectant gets into cracks and loosens the paint.
▶ No spray disinfection.
▶ Only disinfect by wiping.
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Cleaning and disinfection of the foot control
CAUTION
Damage caused by inappropriate use of water.
Damage to the foot control.
▶ For cleaning, the foot control must not be immersed in water or placed under
running water.
▶ When wiping it off with a moist cloth, do not touch the contacts of the charge
socket.
▶ Only wipe off. Do not spray.
2.4 Preparation of the dentist unit
2.4.1 Reprocessing of handle and holder pads
Note
The handle of the TM table cannot be detached.
Cleaning and disinfection of the handle of the TM table
▶ Clean the handle with a soft cloth and water, and wipe-disinfect it with an ap‐
proved surface disinfectant.
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Cleaning and disinfection of the handle of the S table and holder pads
▶ Press the push button and pull off the handle.
▶ Clean the handle under flowing water.
▶ Disinfect the white and grey handle by wiping or thermodisinfection (minor dis‐
colouration may occur).
▶ Thermodisinfect the holder pad.
Sterilisation of the handle of the S table and holder pads
CAUTION
Damage caused by sterilisation.
▶ Do not sterilise the white standard handle.
▶ Do not sterilise holder pads.
The grey handle (Mat. no. 1.002.4489) can be sterilised (see symbol on the handle).
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2.4.2 Reprocessing of the instrument holder of the TM table
Cleaning and disinfection of the instrument holder
CAUTION
Damage caused by thermodisinfection.
▶ Do not thermodisinfect the instrument holder.
▶ Pull the snap-in buttons outward evenly and carefully remove the instrument
holder.
▶ Clean the instrument holder under running water.
▶ Wipe-disinfect the instrument holder.
Sterilize the instrument holder
CAUTION
Damage caused by sterilisation.
▶ Do not sterilise the instrument holder.
2.4.3 Reprocessing of the three- and multi-function syringe
Note
Wet the O-ring with silicone grease (Mat. no. 1.000.6403) or KaVo Rota Spray 2
(Mat. no. 0.411.7510) after sterilisation. After replacing the cannula, the air channel
must be blown out before the start of treatment to ensure that the air exiting during
treatment is dry.
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Cleaning of the three- and multi-function syringe
Machine cleaning
Not applicable.
CAUTION
Damage caused by improper cleaning/disinfection.
▶ Do not wash the gripping sleeve and the cannula in the thermodisinfector.
▶ Do not sterilise the gripping sleeve and the cannula in the hot-air steriliser.
▶ Do not place the gripping sleeve and the cannula in a disinfectant or ultrasonic
bath.
Manual cleaning
Note
Combine manual cleaning with disinfection.
Cleaning the interior
▶ Leave the gripping sleeve and cannula on the instrument, and activate the air
and water for 60 seconds.
External cleaning
CAUTION
Danger of injury if the valve body is hot (heating elements, high-pressure lamp).
Risk of burn injury.
▶ Switch main device switch off.
▶ Allow the syringe to cool down after extended use.
Accessories required:
▪ Tap water 30°C ± 5°C
▪ Brush, e.g. medium-hard toothbrush
▶ Disassemble the gripping sleeve and cannula.
▶ Detach the key part from the gripping sleeve.
▶ Clean the key part, gripping sleeve and cannula by brushing them under running
water (at least tap water quality).
▶ Immediately remove contamination from materials used in the dental practice
(impression material, caustic chemicals).
▶ Carefully wipe off contamination from the cannula tip with a soft Q-tip or soft cloth
and alcohol.
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CAUTION
Damage caused by using a nozzle needle that is too long.
Damage to the internal hoses of the cannula.
▶ Use a short nozzle needle (Mat. no. 0.410.0921) to clean the media exit holes.
▶ Carefully remove contamination from the media exit holes using the short nozzle
cleaning needle.
Disinfection of the three- and multi-function syringe
Manual disinfection
External disinfection
▶ Wipe-disinfect the surfaces with a soft cloth.
Automated disinfection
Not applicable.
CAUTION
Damage caused by improper cleaning/disinfection.
▶ Do not wash the gripping sleeve and the cannula in the thermodisinfector.
▶ Do not sterilise the gripping sleeve and the cannula in the hot-air steriliser.
▶ Do not place the gripping sleeve and the cannula in a disinfectant or ultrasonic
bath.
Drying of the three- and multi-function syringe
Manual drying
▶ Blow off the outside and inside the compressed air until no water drops are visi‐
ble.
Machine drying
Not applicable.
Taking care of the three- and multi-function syringe
Requirement
The multi-function syringe has been rehabilitated.
▶ Apply KaVo silicone grease (Mat. no. 1.000.6403) or KaVo Rota Spray 2
(Mat. no. 0.411.7510) to the O-rings of the joint between the gripping sleeve and
cannula. Use cotton buds for this purpose.
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Sterilisation of the three- and multi-function syringe
Note
The grip sleeve and cannula can be sterilised.
▶ Remove the cannula with a slight amount of rotation while holding the tip on the
grip sleeve.
▶ Pull the gripping sleeve off the valve body.
Sterilization in a steam sterilizer in compliance with DIN EN 13060
The medical device is resistant to temperatures of up to 138 °C.
KaVo recommends, e.g.:
▪ STERIclave B 2200/ 2200P made by KaVo
▪ Citomat/ K-series made by Getinge
▶ Weld the cannula and grip sleeve in sterile goods packaging.
▶ Sterilise with a triple fractionated vacuum (B class steriliser); hold for 4 minutes;
134°C ± 1 °C; overpressure: 2.13 bar.
CAUTION
Damage caused by over-heating.
Damage to the gripping sleeve.
▶ Immediately remove parts from the steriliser after the sterilisation cycle.
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Storage
▶ Prepared products should be stored protected from dust with minimum exposure
to germs in a dry, dark and cool room.
2.4.4 Preparation of the instrument hoses
Cleaning and disinfection of instrument hoses
▶ Clean the hoses and couplings with a cloth and water.
CAUTION
Damage caused by spray disinfection.
▶ Do not subject instrument hoses to spray disinfection.
▶ Subject instrument hoses to wipe disinfection.
2.4.5 Servicing the turbine return air filter
Cleaning the turbine return air filter
Note
The liquid collector must be checked weekly.
▶ If liquid is in the filter , drain the liquid and replace the O-rings of the multiflex
couplings.
▶ If needed, exchange the return air filter (Mat. no. 0.200.3098) and clean the filter
seat.
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Note
The return air filter is in the same position in the dentist unit variant with S table.
2.4.6 Reprocessing of the kit for physiological saline solution
The kit for physiological saline solution is optional.
Note
The silicone hoses of the kit must be sterilised after each patient.
Cleaning the kit for physiological saline solution
When using saline solution, all lines conducting the solution must be rinsed directly
after treating the patient.
▶ Pull out the suction hose from the NaCl bag.
▶ Immerse the pump hose needle in a container with distilled water (min. 150 ml).
▶ Activate the pump, and pump distilled water completely through it.
Sterilisation kit for physiological saline solution
Note
The following parts can be subjected to sterilisation:
– Silicone hoses for saline solution and their connecting nipples
CAUTION
Damage caused by sterilisation.
▶ Do not sterilise instrument hoses and hose clips for saline hose.
Requirement
The hoses for the physiological saline solution are rinsed.
▶ Seal the motor holder, handpieces, and contra-angle handpieces (and instru‐
ments if applicable) in a sterilisation bag and sterilise them.
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2.5 Reprocessing of the assistant unit
2.5.1 Preparing the connector for the suction hose
▶ Remove connectors ① and ② from the suction hoses.
Cleaning and disinfection of the suction hose connector
▶ Thermodisinfect the disassembled parts for at least 10 minutes at 93 °C (total
cycle: approximately 20 minutes)
Sterilising the suction hose connector
CAUTION
Damage caused by sterilisation.
▶ Do not sterilise the suction hose connector.
Note
Sterilise the suction cannulas according to the manufacturer's instructions.
2.5.2 Reprocessing of sieve inserts and suction hoses
Note
Check the sieve inserts daily and after each surgery. The sieves must be replaced
at the latest when the suction decreases (Mat. no. 0.763.3423).
Cleaning is not recommended for hygienic reasons.
▶ Remove the suction hoses from the holder.
The suction motor starts automatically when the suction tubes are removed from
the holder.
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▶ Hold the napkin under the sieve seat, and pull the sieves out of the housing.
▶ If needed, insert a new sieve insert (Mat. no. 0.763.3423) into the seat.
▶ Wipe the suction tubes with disinfectant.
2.6 Preparation of the patient unit
2.6.1 Preparation of the tumbler
▶ Reprocess as specified by the manufacturer.
2.6.2 Preparation of the tumbler holder and filler
Cleaning and disinfection of the tumbler holder and filler
Note
When assembling, make sure that the O-ring is presence on the tumbler filler.
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Note
Inspect the O-ring (Mat. no. 0.200.6128) for damage and exchange if necessary to
prevent water or oxidation damage.
▶
▶
▶
▶
Remove tumbler holder ① (Mat. no. 0.764.8541) by pulling upwards.
Take off the tumbler holder ③ (Mat. no. 0.764.6153).
Clean the tumbler holder and tumbler filler under running water.
Wet the O-ring ② with silicone grease (Mat. no. 1.000.6403).
CAUTION
Damage caused by thermodisinfection.
▶ Do not subject the instrument holder to thermodisinfection.
The tumbler filler can be subjected to thermodisinfection.
Sterilisation of the tumbler holder and filler
CAUTION
Damage caused by sterilisation.
▶ Do not sterilise the tumbler holder and filler.
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2.6.3 Preparation of the spittoon
Cleaning and disinfection of the spittoon bowl
CAUTION
Damage caused by inappropriate cleaning agents.
▶ Do not use acid-containing, sand-containing, and form-forming cleaning
agents.
▶ Add a dose of DEKASEPTOL gel to the spittoon bowl and distribute the agent
with a brush.
▶ For cleaning, allow the gel to act for approx. 5 minutes.
▶ For disinfection, allow the gel to act for approx. 15 minutes.
▶ After letting it work, press the "Spittoon bowl" button.
▶ Clean the spittoon bowl thoroughly using a brush.
▶ For thorough cleaning or thermodisinfection, rotate the spittoon bowl counter‐
clockwise and lift it.
CAUTION
Damage caused by thermodisinfection.
▶ Do not subject spittoon bowls made of glass to thermodisinfection.
The spittoon bowl made of porcelain can be subjected to thermodisinfection.
2.7 Automatic hygiene function of the water-conducting system
Note
Intensive disinfection kit required.
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CAUTION
Health damage due to germ formation.
Infection hazard.
▶ Before starting, rinse all the water drain lines without instruments.
▶ Before start-up and after the device has not been used for a while (weekends,
holidays, vacations, etc.), rinse or purge with air the air and water lines.
▶ Carry out an intensive disinfection.
▶ Actuate the tumbler filler repeatedly.
The water-conducting system includes all water ducts of the treatment unit to which
the patient may be exposed. This includes the instruments on the dentist unit and
assistant unit as well as the tumbler filler on the spittoon bowl of the treatment unit.
The rinsing programme and the intensive disinfection facilitate automatic rinsing and
disinfection of the water-conducting system. Since counteracts the formation of mi‐
cro-organisms in times of stagnation and ensures hygienic water supply for the pa‐
tients.
2.7.1 Rinsing programme
Rinsing programme 02 provides for automatic rinsing of the water-conducting sys‐
tem and all instruments including the tumbler filler for 2 minutes each (hydrogen
peroxide concentration 0.02 %). In the short rinsing programme 01, all instruments
on the dentist unit and assistant unit are rinsed for 20 seconds each.
Carry out the rinsing programme:
▪ before you srat working
▪ after each patient (short rinsing programme)
▶ Briefly press the "Intensive disinfection" button.
Preparation
▶ Place the disinfection attachment on the porcelain bowl, or insert it in the glass
bowl (depending on the design).
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Place the instruments on the sterilisation attachment
The cannulas of the three- and multi-function syringes must be taken off for the
rinsing programme and intensive disinfection.
▶ Remove the cannula with a slight amount of rotation while holding the tip on the
grip sleeve.
▶ Insert three- or multi-function syringes without cannulas in the tightening ele‐
ments of the disinfection attachment. Make sure that the "W" button (water) of
the three-function or multi-function syringes is pressed, and that no air is exiting.
▶ Place the instrument hoses of the dentist and assistant units in the provided
places of the disinfection attachment.
Note
All water regulation mechanisms for the motor, instruments, and multiflex couplings
must be open.
Place the COMFORTbase on the disinfection attachment
Note
A seat adapter (Mat. no. 1.005.6892) for the disinfection attachment is available
for the COMFORTbase.
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▶ For the rinsing programme and intensive disinfection, press the seat adapter into
one of the four rubber seats of the disinfection attachment.
▶ Place the COMFORTbase in the seat adapter.
Carry out the rinsing programme
Set rinsing time
With the foot pedal of the foot control being pressed down, the rinsing time for the
respective rinsing programme can be set in the range from 0:01 to 4:00 minutes
using the "Decrease value" and "Increase value" buttons.
The rinse program proceeds in four steps. For rinse program 01, the cycle starts in
step 2, and for rinse program 02, the cycle starts in step 4.
Step
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.1
Description
Fresh water supply
60 seconds
Tumbler rinsing
20 seconds
Instrument rinsing
The rinsing time can be set variably for each instrument.
Standard setting:
▪ Rinsing programme 01 = 20 seconds per instrument
▪ Rinsing programme 02 = 2 minutes per instrument
Rinsing the three- and multi-function syringe
set rinsing time of rinsing program 01 or 02
Waiting position for setting down the instruments
Start rinsing programme
Note
The rinsing program can be started immediately or the next morning.
▶ Briefly press the "intensive disinfection" key to immediately start the process.
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The selected rinse program starts.
or
▶ Turn off the device and do not restart it until the next morning.
The cycle is started automatically. The rinsing time follows rinsing program 02.
Note
If the device is not used the entire day (i.e., the instruments are not mounted), the
rinsing program automatically starts the next morning when the device is turned
on.
The rinsing programme can be stopped at any time by pressing the "intensive dis‐
infection" key.
If the device is turned off and then on again, the rinsing program also stops.
2.7.2 Intensive disinfection
Note
Observe the instructions for use for the instruments.
Intensive disinfection inhibits the formation of microorganisms when the equipment
is not used for extended periods of time. During intensive disinfection, the water
ducts are automatically filled with a higher concentration of oxygenal. The intensive
disinfection programme takes approx. 45 minutes and the increased hydrogen per‐
oxide concentration acts in the system for at least 30 minutes.
An additional intensive disinfection must be carried out during extended periods on
non-use (> 4 weeks).
The need for intensive disinfection is automatically displayed in the top LED of the
"Intensive disinfection" button at first start-up and after periods of non-use (week‐
end, holidays, vacation, etc.).
When a beep is issued every 10 seconds and the bottom LED of the "Intensive
disinfection" button flashes, Oxygenal must be replenished. If a beep is issued dur‐
ing the filling process (10 times each second), the container is full.
Note
The suction cannot be used while the HYDROclean step (4.6) is in progress.
Note
If the amalgam separator malfunctions during intensive disinfection, the entire
process is stopped. The bottom LED of the "HYDROclean" button flashes.
Intensive disinfection must be carried out:
▪ At first start-up
▪ After periods of non-use
▪ Over the weekend
▪ During vacations
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system
Start intensive disinfection
▶ Press the "Intensive disinfection" button until you hear a beep and the top LED
flashes. The display changes to the intensive disinfection menu.
▶ Prepare for intensive disinfection.
▶ Press the "Intensive disinfection" button.
Intensive disinfection starts and proceeds though several stages. The process
can be followed in the display. The major steps are listed below.
Step
7.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.1
Description
Disinfection of the three- and multi-function syringe and spittoon bowl
60 seconds
Instrument disinfection
30 seconds each
Tumbler disinfection
40 seconds
Dwell time (signal sound, the process can be shut off)
30 minutes
Tumbler rinsing
40 seconds
Instrument rinsing
30 seconds
Rinsing the three- and multi-function syringe
30 seconds
Waiting position for setting down the instruments
Intensive disinfection is completed when "01 intensive disinfection completed" ap‐
pears on the display.
▶ Reinsert all instruments and remove the holder.
Interrupt intensive disinfection during the dwell time
So that no one will have to remain with the device throughout the entire intensive
disinfection process, intensive disinfection can be interrupted in programme step 4
(dwell time in which the microorganisms are killed by an increased oxygenal con‐
centration) (such as on the last workday before the weekend).
▶ Turn off the unit when the intensive disinfection program is in step 4 (an audible
signal sounds for 4 seconds).
When the device is switched on after 30 minutes of dwell time, the remaining pro‐
gramme steps run immediately.
If the device is turned on before the the 30 minutes are over, the dwell times finishes
first before the remaining steps of the intensive disinfection program run.
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system
Skip exposure phase
This function is required when the disinfection procedure has already been started
and the treatment unit needs to be used (for example in an emergency, at hospitals,
etc.).
Intensive disinfection is in step 4:
▶ Press and hold down the "Intensive disinfection" button and the "Hydrocolloid"
button.
▶ Simultaneously press the foot pedal on the foot control.
The intensive disinfection switches to step 3.7.
The automatic rinsing process starts up.
Intensive disinfection during extended periods of non-use (> 4 weeks)
During extended periods of non-use, e.g. semester breaks at university, intensive
disinfection is carried out during the time of non-use. The disinfection fluid remains
inside the system during the period of non-use.
Before the period of non-use
▶ Start the intensive disinfection and stop it in step 4 after the signal sound during
the dwell time of 30 minutes.
▶ To prevent damage due to hoses getting kinked, remove hoses from the disin‐
fection attachment and place them in the dentist support.
▶ Keep the disinfection attachment in the spittoon bowl.
▶ Cover the treatment unit during extended periods of non-use.
After the period of non-use
▶ Turn on the central compressor.
▶ Once the system pressure is established, turn on the central water supply for
the treatment unit.
▶ Replace the instrument hoses of the dentist and assistant units in the places
provided in the disinfection attachment.
▶ Turn the treatment unit on.
The unit automatically starts the remaining steps of the unfinished cycle.
▶ Allow the cycle to complete and then carry out a second full intensive disinfec‐
tion.
The unit is now ready for use.
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suction system
Additional intensive disinfection during period of non-use
KaVo recommends carrying out an additional intensive disinfection at universities
during semester breaks. This flushes the parts of the unit and replaces the disin‐
fection liquid.
2.8 Reprocessing and automatic hygiene functions of the suction
system
2.8.1 Reprocessing of the suction system including suction hoses
Cleaning and disinfection of the suction system including suction ho‐
ses
Note
Clean the suction hoses after each treatment and disinfect them with DEKASEP‐
TOL Gel daily.
Application of DEKASEPTOL Gel
▶ Aspirate one tumbler of cold water with each suction hose.
▶ With the suction handpiece attached or by hand, press down the DEKASEPTOL
dosing facility once each for the saliva ejector hose and the spray mist ejector.
▶ Aspirate DEKASEPTOL Gel from the dosing facility.
▶ Aspirate another tumbler of cold water with each suction hose.
▶ Then aspirate another dose of DEKASEPTOL Gel and allow to act.
▶ Place the suction hoses in the holder.
DEKASEPTOL Gel Basis Set
Mat. no. 1.000.7204
DEKASEPTOL Gel replacement canis‐
ter
Mat. no. 1.000.7205
2.8.2 HYDROclean function
The HYDROclean function is an automatic programme for hydromechanical clean‐
ing of the drainage and separation systems within and outside the treatment unit
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through the supply of fresh, clear water (limited rinsing). The water is sucked out of
the Aquamat through the filter housing to the separation system. The spittoon bowl
rinsing is alternately turned on and off.
The HYDROclean function prevents the coagulation and adhesion of proteins inside
the drainage system and improves the transport of fine particles.
Requirement
Suction hoses remain hanging in the holder.
Start the HYDROclean function
▶ Press the "HYDROclean" button.
HYDROclean is in the preparation stage.
▶ Press the "HYDROclean" button.
This starts-up the HYDROclean function.
The top LED goes dark when the process is completed.
The process can be discontinued at any time by pressing the "HYDROclean" button.
2.9 Preparation of the amalgam separator
You can use a "Dürr" amalgam separator or an "external suction kit for connecting
to a central amalgam separator" or a separation kit.
Optimal care of the amalgam separation system includes the correct and regular
use of the HYDROclean function as well as the care of the suction hoses and spit‐
toon bowl.
Note
follow the instructions for use for the amalgam separator.
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3 Replenish and check the disinfectant | 3.1 Replenish oxygenal
3 Replenish and check the disinfectant
3.1 Replenish oxygenal
In KaVo water disinfection systems, only oxygenal (Mat. no. 0.489.3451) may be
used. The oxygenal consumption depends on the water consumption during the
treatment of patients.
When the oxygenal container is empty, a signal sound is issued every 10 seconds.
Note
Replenish oxygenal only if the acoustic signal is issued every 10 seconds. The
signal can be turned off: Hold down the control pedal, and move the backrest up
and down. The next time the treatment unit is turned on, the signal sound is issued
again.
▶ Remove the tumbler filler ① and tumber holder ②.
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▶ Top off the oxygenal (max. 1 litre)
Note
Do not fill through the centre opening (tumbler drain).Do not fill through the centre
opening (tumbler drain).
▶ Quit replenishing immediately once a signal sound is issued every second (10
sounds).
Reservoir is full.
▶ Attach the tumbler holder and the tumbler filler.
Note
Check the O-ring on the tumbler filler for damage.
3.1.1 Refilling oxygenal when using the water bottle
CAUTION
Damage caused by defective water bottle.
Malfunctions or failures from a leaky water bottle.
▶ Do not wash the water bottle in a dish washer, and do not rinse it with water
hotter than 50 ℃.
▶ Do not use the water bottle if it is scratched, deformed or discoloured.
▶ Note the maximum useful life of the water bottle on the label.
Water bottle complete: (Mat. no. 0.710.4151)
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Dosing attachment: (Mat. no. 1.002.0287)
Removing and cleaning the water bottle
▶ Slowly turn the water bottle counterclockwise to take it off.
Note
This allows the over-pressure to be released slowly from the water bottle.
CAUTION
Damage caused by inappropriate cleaning of the water bottle.
The material of the water bottle is destroyed.
▶ Do not rinse the water bottle with water hotter than 50°C.
▶ Do not clean the water bottle in the dish washer.
▶ For cleaning, rinse the water bottle with water at less than 50 °C.
Filling the water bottle with the dosing facility.
▶ Remove the protective hose from the tube of the oxygenal dosing facility.
▶ Guide the tube through the orifice of the coarse sieve of the oxygenal bottle.
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▶ Screw the oxygenal dosing facility tightly onto the oxygenal bottle.
▶ Rotate the orifice in the lid to a filling level of 1.5 litres.
Lid snaps-in in the filling position.
▶ Place the oxygenal bottle on a level surface.
▶ Press the lid down until the dosing quantity is over-filled.
In response to over-filling, the excess quantity above the tick mark is suctioned
off automatically such that exact dosing is ensured.
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3 Replenish and check the disinfectant | 3.1 Replenish oxygenal
▶ Fill the water bottle from the oxygenal bottle. Make ensure that the pouring
opening of the oxygenal dosing facility (spout) is right above the opening of the
water bottle.
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3 Replenish and check the disinfectant | 3.2 Checking the oxygenal concentration
Note
Substances remaining in the dosing head are not contamination, but rather agents
that are deposited there during extended periods of non-use after condensation of
the water. These deposits redissolve after several dosing processes.
3.2 Checking the oxygenal concentration
▶ Fill the tumbler with water.
▶ Use Merckoquant peroxide test strips 100 through 1000 mg/l H2O2 (Merck article
number: 1100337) to determine the oxygenal concentration in the water disin‐
fection system.
The oxygenal concentration in normal operation should be between 150 and 250
mg/l H2O2.
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