®
Multipurpose Suction Unit
Medical Equipment
Operator / Maintenance
Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1.
INTENDED USE ................................................................................................... Page 2
2.
SYMBOLS/DEFINITIONS ................................................................................... Page 3
3.
ABOUT MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT .............................................. Page 3
4.
ABOUT INSTAVAC® ....................................................................................... 5.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND STORAGE ....... Page 4
6.
RECEIVING INSPECTION .................................................................................. Page 4
7.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE .................................................................................. Page 4
8.
REPROCESSING AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS ...................................... Page 7
9.
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................... Page 8
10.
PERFORMANCE TEST AND ADJUSTMENT .................................................... Page 11
11.
TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................................... Page 12
12.
DEVICE SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................. Page 13
13.
DETAILED DRAWINGS ...................................................................................... Page 14
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IMPORTANT: This device is for use only by persons properly trained in medical suction
techniques and in the operations of suction equipment. Improper use could cause injury.
Thoroughly read this operations manual to familiarize yourself with the Instavac® before using
the device.
DANGER: POSSIBLE EXPLOSION HAZARD IF USED IN THE PRESENCE
OF FLAMMABLE ANESTHETICS.
1. INTENDED USE
The Instavac® is a portable aspirator which uses suction as a means to withdraw fluids or foreign
bodies from a patient. Its primary intended use is as an aspirator to be used to help evacuate saliva,
mucous, vomit or other aspirant from the mouth and/or airway to allow adequate respiration or
ventilation of the patient and also as a pleural and wound drainage device.
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2. SYMBOLS/DEFINITIONS
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
9N56
WITH RESPECT TO ELECTRIC SHOCK, FIRE AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH UL 60601-1, IEC/EN 60601-1,
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1
Caution, consult instructions for use
CLASSIFICATION:
1.
Protection against electric shock (5.1, 5.2 - standard UL 60601-1) Class I, type B
applied part.
2.
Protection against harmful ingress of water (5.3 - standard UL 60601-1) ordinary equipment
3.
Degree of safety in the presence of a flammable anesthetics or oxygen.
NOT SUITABLE FOR USE IN THE PRESENCE OF FLAMMABLE ANESTHETICS ONLY
4.
Mode of operation (5.6 - standard UL 60601-1). Models 757000 - continuous;
Model 756000 - intermittent and continuous.
ON
I
Serial Number
OFF
O
Type B Applied Part
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3. ABOUT MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
Medical electrical equipment needs special precautions regarding electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and
needs to be installed and put into service according to the EMC information provided.
Portable and mobile radio frequency (RF) communications equipment can affect medical electrical equipment.
This product is intended for use in the electromagnetic environments specified.
The end user of this product should assure it is used in such an environment. Portable and mobile RF
Communications equipment (cell phones) should not be used at close distances.
Power frequency magnetic fields should be at levels characteristic of a typical location in a typical commercial
or hospital environment.
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4. ABOUT INSTAVAC®
The purpose of the Instavac® is to perform all routine suctioning procedures. These may include
tracheal and oral aspiration, wound drainage, gastrointestinal, (unit with intermittent models 756000) and
thoracic drainage.
The Ohio Medical Instavac® is a multipurpose suction unit designed for use in hospitals, surgery centers, and
physician offices. Because of the Instavac® capacities, it can also be utilized as a back up to wall vacuum
systems. The Instavac® suction capabilities are driven by a fan cooled, rotary carbon vane pump. It comes
equipped with a disposable exhaust filter, an in-line suction filter with 14” of tubing, a disposable 1200cc
collection canister with mounting bracket, and a preventative maintenance kit.
Model #
Instavac®I Constant/Intermittent 120 VAC
756000
Instavac®C Constant Suction 120 VAC
757000
5. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND STORAGE:
Ranges must stay within the following:
Temperature Range:
Relative Humidity Range:
Atmospheric Pressure Range:
-40oF (-40oC) to 158oF (+70oC)
10% to 100%
500 to 1060 hPa
If, after reading this manual you require additional information, please contact Ohio Medical’s Customer
Service Department at 800-662-5822 or your local Ohio Medical distributor.
6. RECEIVING INSPECTION
Remove product from package and inspect for damage. If product is damaged or incorrect, DO NOT USE.
Contact your dealer, equipment provider or manufacturer.
7. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
PRIOR TO INITIAL USE
Upon receiving your new Instavac®, perform the following initial tests to ensure that your unit is in good
working order and that no damage has occurred during shipment.
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SET UP INSTRUCTIONS
1. Visually inspect all components for physical damage that may have occurred during shipping.
2. After removing all components from their cartons, insert the backpole assembly into the back of the
Instavac® base.
3. Align the two “collection mounting brackets” located at the top of the backpole assembly towards the front
of the unit.
4. Tighten the 10-32 set screw located at the back of the base assembly with a 3/32” Allen wrench.
5. Connect the tubing from the bottom of the backpole to the safety overflow trap assembly.
6. This unit comes with a detachable power cord. Attach power cord to the appliance outlet located on the
bottom of the unit before plugging unit in. The power cord is to be used for mains disconnection. Plug the
power cord into an electrical outlet. Turn the unit on (I) and listen to verify that the pump starts.
7. On Intermittent Model (756000) switch the unit to “CONSTANT” suction using the “MODE SELECTION”
switch. Plug the vacuum port located at the top of the backpole and adjust the vacuum level by turning the
vacuum regulator knob. Verify that the vacuum gauge reflects a change in vacuum level while turning the
regulator knob.
8. Depress the “POWER” switch to turn the unit OFF (O).
9. Place a collection canister bracket (ring) in the mounting bracket of the backpole assembly or pedestal stand
and insert a collection canister.
The Instavac® will use any collection device. However, if you are not using an Ohio Medical 1200cc disposable
collection canister, make sure that the collection device being used is equipped with a safety overflow
mechanism to protect the pump from accidental overflow.
Ensure that you have the appropriate collection device and suction tubing. Depending on the procedure, be sure
to have the appropriate Chest Drainage Unit, Nasal Gastric tube, aspirating tip, or wound drain for patient use.
The Instavac® mobile aspirator is now ready to place into service.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Verify that a clean bacteriostatic exhaust filter, in line suction filter, collection canister, and the necessary tubing
are installed on the Instavac®.
ORAL, NASAL AND TRACHEAL ASPIRATION
1. Place a clean collection canister in the upper bracket, which is located on the backpole assembly of your
Instavac® . Ensure that the tubing is connected from the “VACUUM PORT ASSEMBLY” of the Instavac®
to the “vacuum port” of the collection canister and from the “patient port” of the collection canister to the
aspirating tip that is being used.
2. Turn the Instavac® ON (I).
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3. On Intermittent Model (756000) switch the unit to “CONSTANT” suction using the “MODE SELECTION”
switch. Plug the vacuum port located at the top of the backpole and adjust the vacuum to the desired
vacuum level by using the “VACUUM REGULATOR” Knob.
4. Connect the tubing to the vacuum port located at the top of the backpole and proceed with the suction
procedure.
NASOGASTRIC INTERMITTENT SUCTIONING.
(only with intermittent model 756000)
Place a clean collection canister in the upper bracket, located on the backpole assembly of your
Instavac® . Ensure that tubing is connected from the “VACUUM PORT ASSEMBLY” of the
Instavac® to the “vacuum port” of the collection canister and from the “patient port” of the
collection canister to the nasogastric tube that is being used.
5. Turn the Instavac® ON (I).
6. Switch the unit to “CONSTANT” suction using the “MODE SELECTION” switch. Plug the vacuum
port located at the top of the backpole and adjust the vacuum to the desired vacuum level by using the
“VACUUM REGULATOR” knob.
7. Switch the unit to “INTERMITTENT” suction using the “MODE SELECTION” switch.
8. Connect the tubing to the vacuum port located at the top of the backpole and proceed with the suction
procedure.
PLEURAL DRAINAGE
Instavac® can be utilized with any “Disposable Chest Drainage Unit” available on the market. Some chest
drainage units come with a built-in flow adjustment valve and some do not. The Ohio Medical Needle Valve
Assembly is available for those units that do not offer this built-in flow adjustment valve.
Follow all manufacturer’s directions on the Chest Drainage Unit for its setup and use.
Chest Drainage Units WITHOUT Built-in Flow Adjustment Valves.
Place the Chest Drainage Unit in the “optional” Ohio Medical Chest Drainage Unit Bracket. Ensure that the
tubing is connected from the “VACUUM PORT ASSEMBLY” of the Instavac® to the Ohio Medical Needle
Valve Assembly which is mounted in the collection canister bracket of the backpole. Connect the tubing from
the Needle Valve Assembly to the vacuum port tubing of the Chest Drainage Unit.
OR
Chest Drainage units WITH Built-in Flow Adjustment Valves.
Place the Chest Drainage Unit in the “optional” Ohio Medical Chest Drainage Unit Bracket. Ensure that tubing
is connected from the “VACUUM PORT ASSEMBLY” of the Instavac® to the vacuum port tubing of the Chest
Drainage Unit.
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1. Turn the Instavac® ON (I).
2. On Intermittent Model (756000) switch the unit to “CONSTANT” suction using the “MODE SELECTION”
switch. Plug the vacuum port located at the top of the backpole and adjust the Instavac® to a low vacuum
setting by using the “VACUUM REGULATOR” knob.
NOTE: the Chest Drainage Unit regulates the vacuum level provided to the chest cavity. Setting the Instavac®
to a low vacuum level ensures that you are producing sufficient vacuum to properly operate the chest drainage
unit.
3. Connect the tubing to the vacuum port located at the top of the backpole and proceed with the suction
procedure.
8. REPROCESSING AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
1. After EACH suctioning procedure, discard ALL contaminated parts, in accordance with local ordinances.
These components may include the collection canister, disposable chest drainage unit, in-line filter, exhaust
filter, and all suction tubing.
2. Wipe the surface of the unit with a mild antiseptic and a clean soft cloth.
3. Place a new collection canister, suction tubing, and filters with the Instavac®.
4. Check the air inlet filter at the back of the unit to make sure that it is clear of any dirt. Thoroughly rinse in
water. After the filter is completely dry, reinstall the filter.
5. If cleaning is necessary, vacuum the filter. If dirt is excessive, wash in a mild antiseptic and inspect the
overflow trap assembly for any evidence of an accidental overflow. If an overflow has occurred, use the
following guidelines.
OVERFLOW - Aspirant has contaminated the overflow trap assembly. Replace and/or clean parts
according to the procedures described in OVERFLOW CLEANING PROCEDURE below.
SEVERE OVERFLOW - Aspirant has contaminated the overflow trap assembly and the vacuum port
tubing. Replace and/or clean external parts according to procedure described in OVERFLOW CLEANING
PROCEDURE below. In addition, open the unit to assess the extent of the internal over flow.
OVERFLOW CLEANING PROCEDURE
NOTE: THESE PROCEDURES ARE ONLY REQUIRED WHEN AN OVERFLOW
HAS OCCURRED.
1. Discard all external contaminated tubing in accordance with local ordinances.
2. Clean the overflow trap assembly by unscrewing the cap and disassembling the various components. Wash
all parts with a mild antiseptic. Dry, reassemble the overflow trap assembly. Verify that the float is in the
down position and the cap seals tightly on the glass jar.
3. Replace all discarded tubing.
4. If the vacuum port tubing was contaminated, open the unit and inspect the following parts for contamination
(see MAINTENANCE section below for opening the unit):
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All Internal Tubing: If contaminated, replace.
Regulator Assembly: If contaminated, clean according to procedure on page 9.
Solenoid Manifold Assembly: If contaminated, clean according to procedure on page 10.
Pump Assembly: If contaminated, clean according to procedure on page 11.
9. MAINTENANCE
Tools required to service the Instavac®.
(1) Pliers
(1) Phillips screwdriver
(1) 11/32” nut driver
(1) 5/64” Allen wrench
(1) Adjustable wrench
(1) 1/16” Allen wrench
(1) Flathead screwdriver
To access the internal components of the Instavac®, remove the two (2) Phillips head screws located in the rear
of the unit near the back assembly. Tilt the cover forward.
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
CAUTION: NEVER DISASSEMBLE THE INSTAVAC® WHEN THE POWER CORD
IS CONNECTED TO AN ELECTRICAL OUTLET.
Preventative maintenance is recommended every six months. It is up to the user’s discretion to check the unit
more often after frequent use or to lengthen the schedule if use is infrequent.
A Preventative Maintenance Kit is available. It contains all necessary items and instructions for performing the
preventative maintenance procedure.
VACUUM REGULATOR REPLACEMENT
1. Tilt the shroud assembly forward off of the Instavac® base (make a note of the orientation of all tubing and
the regulator body).
2. Disconnect all three (3) tubing connections from the regulator body.
3. Using a small flathead screwdriver to loosen the set screw on the vacuum regulator knob, unscrew and
remove the vacuum regulator knob from the control panel.
4. Remove the outside locknut that secures the regulator to the control panel. The regulator can now be
removed.
5. To mount the new regulator, remove the knob from the body by loosening the set screw on the Vacuum
regulator knob (use a flathead screwdriver).
6. Mount the new regulator body to the control panel. Make sure the fittings are in the same orientation as the
original, by re-installing the outside locknut.
7. Insert the regulator knob fully onto regulator adjusting shaft.
8. Tighten the set screw onto the flat of shaft, until the regulator knob is secure to the shaft and cannot be
pulled off by hand.
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9. Reconnect all of the tubing.
VACUUM REGULATOR CLEANING
1. Remove the vacuum regulator assembly as described in the VACUUM REGULATOR REPLACEMENT
section.
2. Discard all of the tubing.
3. Using a Phillips screwdriver, open the regulator by removing the two (2) screws on the cap.
4. Disassemble the black cartridge from the unit by unscrewing it from the brass adjusting screw and cap
sub-assembly and removing the two (2) o-rings.
5. Clean the body, adjusting screw and cap, fittings and O-rings in a mild soap solution or isopropyl alcohol
and dry all parts completely. DO NOT wash black cartridge.
6. Apply a light coat of a silicone based lubricant (i.e. Dow Corning® 111) to the O-rings and reassemble back
onto the black cartridge.
7. Reassemble the vacuum regulator and mount the regulator in the Instavac®.
8. Attach new vacuum tubing.
SOLENOID MANIFOLD REPLACEMENT
(on Intermittent Model 756000)
1. From the inside of the Instavac® base, locate and remove four (4) 11/32” nuts that hold the chassis into the
base.
2. Disconnect the three (3) wires from the power cord assembly.
3. Disconnect the four (4) wires from the solenoid to the Printed Circuit Board (PCB).
4. Disconnect the tubing from the solenoid manifold and the long tubing from the vacuum regulator.
5. Without disconnecting any of the switch wires, carefully lift up the chassis up and rest the chassis on its side
in the base.
6. On the underside of the chassis, locate and remove the two (2) Phillips screws that secure the solenoid
manifold in place. Remove the solenoid manifold.
7. Mount the new solenoid manifold by securing the two (2) Phillips screws to the underside of the chassis.
8. Mount the chassis back into the Instavac® base.
9. Reconnect all of the tubing.
10.Reconnect the four (4) wires from the solenoids to the Printed Circuit Board and the three (3) wires from the
power cord assembly.
11.Proceed to page 11 for PERFORMANCE TEST and ADJUSTMENT to set vacuum & flow.
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SOLENOID MANIFOLD CLEANING
(On Intermittent Model 756000)
1. Remove the solenoid assembly as described in the solenoid manifold replacement section.
2. Using a flathead screwdriver, remove both solenoids from the manifold.
3. Loosen the set screw (located on the top of the manifold block) and remove the needle adjustment valve.
4. Remove and disassemble the relief valve and check valve assembly from the solenoid manifold.
5. With a cotton swab and an isopropyl alcohol solution, clean all internal areas of the manifold, check valve,
relief valve, and flow adjustment valve.
6. After thoroughly drying all parts, reassemble the solenoid manifold. Upon reinstallation, ensure that the
internal diaphragm for the check valve is facing AWAY from the solenoid manifold.
7. Proceed to page 11 for PERFORMANCE TEST and ADJUSTMENT to set vacuum & flow.
PUMP REPLACEMENT
1. Disconnect the three (3) pump wires from the PCB and the two (2) wires from the capacitor.
2. Disconnect the tubing from the pump fittings.
3. If necessary, loosen the mounting bracket for the capacitor and remove the capacitor.
4. Using an 11/32” nut driver, remove the four (4) nuts from the base of the pump. Remove the pump.
5. To mount the replacement pump, insert the pump onto the four (4) vibration bumper posts and secure the
pump in place.
6. Replace the capacitor and secure the mounting bracket.
7. Connect the pump wires to the PCB and the capacitor.
8. Reconnect all of the tubing.
9. Proceed to PERFORMANCE TEST and ADJUSTMENT on page 11.
PUMP CLEANING
NOTE: The heart of the Instavac® is a rotary carbon vane pump. It is NOT recommended that the pump
be disassembled for routine cleaning. However, if performance has been affected by the pump becoming
contaminated with aspirant, or if an overflow problem has occurred, the following procedure should be
performed.
1. Remove the pump assembly from the Instavac® as described above in the PUMP REPLACEMENT section.
2. Remove the three (3) pump head screws located on the pump head.
3. Remove the cover plate, shim, wear plate and the four (4) vanes.
4. Wash all exposed areas with an isopropyl alcohol solution.
NOTE: Before reassembling the pump, make certain that all components are completely dry. Rust may form if
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any moisture is present.
5. Replace the vanes, wear plate, shim, and cover plate.
6. Replace and equally tighten the three (3) pump head screws.
7. Reinstall the pump assembly.
10. PERFORMANCE TEST AND ADJUSTMENT
Due to circumstances such as an overflow, maintenance and preventive maintenance, readjusting these levels
may be necessary. It is recommended that you verify the specifications and the performance of the Instavac®
whenever any type of maintenance or an overflow has occurred.
To verify pump and regulator operation:
1. Plug the power cord into an electrical outlet. Turn the unit ON (I) and listen to make sure that the pump
starts.
2. On Intermittent Model (756000) switch the unit to “CONSTANT” with the “MODE SELECTION” switch.
Plug the vacuum port (located at the top of the backpole) and adjust the vacuum level by turning the vacuum
regulator knob. While turning the regulator knob, verify that the vacuum gauge reflects a change in vacuum
level. Verify that you feel vacuum at your finger tip.
3. Turn the unit OFF (O).
The following steps will verify the flow and the vacuum specifications:
1. Connect a suction flow measuring device to the vacuum outlet of the Instavac®.
2. Turn the unit ON (I).
3. Adjust the Instavac® to full vacuum and verify that both the flow and vacuum specifications match the
specifications found on page 13 of this manual.
To adjust the vacuum level, locate the vacuum relief valve on the solenoid manifold.
(On Intermittent Model 756000)
1. Turn the relief body (large knurled knob) counterclockwise to LOOSEN while turning the locking ring
(small knurled ring) clockwise. DO NOT remove the relief body.
2. With a vacuum testing device attached to the vacuum outlet (located at the top of the backpole), turn the unit
ON (I). Switch to “CONSTANT” suction and adjust the vacuum regulator knob, which is located on the
control panel to full vacuum.
3. Slowly turn the relief body until the vacuum specification (page 13) is reached. Once the desired vacuum
level has been reached, and while holding the relief body in place, turn the locking ring counterclockwise
until it locks the relief body in place.
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To adjust the flow level for intermittent, locate the flow adjustment valve on the end of the solenoid
manifold. There is no adjustment to be made for the flow level on “CONSTANT”.
(On Intermittent Model 756000)
1. With a flow testing device attached to the vacuum outlet, turn the unit ON (I). Switch to“INTERMITTENT”
suction and adjust the vacuum regulator knob (located on the control panel) to full vacuum.
2. With a 1/16” Allen wrench, loosen the set screw. Turn the flow adjustment valve until the flow specification
(page 13) is reached. Tighten the set screw.
11. TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Low or no vacuum on
running unit.
Cause
Correction
1. Regulator is turned all the way
1. Turn regulator knob clockwise to start
off.
flow or increase vacuum.
2. An improper tubing connection or 2. Check all external vacuum parts for
crimped tube in the system.
crimped tubing. If still no vacuum, check
all internal tubing connections.
3. If mechanical shut-off has been activated
3. Mechanical shut-off is activated
in either the overflow trap
on a full canister, replace the canister.
If the overflow trap assembly has been
assembly or the collection
activated in the safety overflow jar, follow
canister.
Overflow Cleaning Procedures on page 7.
4. Vacuum ports (Dual Vacuum
4. Open the vacuum outlet on the Dual
Port) are turned OFF.
Vacuum Port:
5. Collection canister improperly
5. Check canister for cracks. Verify that all
installed or defective.
ports on the canister lid are tight.
Pump does not turn on 1. Unit is not plugged in.
1. Plug the unit into an outlet.
when power switch is
depressed.
2. Faulty electrical connections.
2. Make sure that all wires are secured tightly on the lugs and the lugs themselves are
secure on the terminals.
3. Pump has seized.
3. Clean the pump according to Pump
Cleaning on page 10.
4. The motor may be worn and
4. Replace the pump.
cannot deliver the torque required
to operate the pump, or the
bearing is damaged and is locking
the rotor in place.
Low or no flow on
INTERMITTENT
Model (756000)
5. Blown fuse(s).
1. Faulty MODE SELECTION
switch or its electrical
connections.
5. Replace fuse(s). Also check #3 above.
1. Check that all wires are connected
properly or replace switch.
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High flow on INTERMITTENT model.
Gauge does not
register vacuum level.
High noise level.
2. Faulty 3-way solenoid on
the manifold
3. Flow adjustment valve for
intermittent flow is set OFF or
too low.
1. Flow adjustment valve for
intermittent flow is set too high.
2. Faulty 2-way solenoid on
the manifold.
1. Gauge is either not connected or
is faulty.
2. Blockage in vacuum lines.
1. Unit enclosure is not properly
closed.
2. Pump is running a high pitch.
3. Loose fittings on the exhaust side
of the pump.
2. Check that the 3-way solenoid is
operating properly.
3. Adjust flow rate according to the
directions found on page 12.
1. Adjust the flow rate according to the directions found on page 12.
2. Check that the 2-way solenoid is operating properly.
1. Check that the tubing is properly connected
between the vacuum regulator and gauge.
2. Check that the 2-way solenoid is not stuck
in the open position; or that the Check
Valve is not stuck in the closed position;
or that the vacuum regulator is not completely turned off.
1. Check that the unit is properly closed.
Verify that the outer flanges of the edge
trim are not stuck between the enclosures.
2. Replace the vanes and clean the pump or
replace the entire pump.
3. Check all fittings on the exhaust side of
the pump for any loose connections.
12. DEVICE SPECIFICATIONS
PUMP
Rotary Carbon vane type.
PERFORMANCE Intermittent Model
Constant Suction Model
Vacuum Range:
Up to 380mm Hg
Up to 550mm Hg
Free Air Flow:
36 LPM minimum (constant mode)
38 LPM minimum
8 LPM (intermittent mode)
CONTROLS
Vacuum Regulator:
Rotary type on panel
Rotary type on panel
Vacuum Gauge:
Calibrated to 0-300mm Hg
Calibrated to 0-500mm Hg
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS AC: Model 757000—120V, 60 Hz, 2A
Model 756000—120V, 60 Hz, 3A
COLLECTION DEVICE
Canister:
Capacity:
Tubing:
Disposable plastic with mechanical shutoff.
1200cc standard.
14” with bacterial filter.
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS
Overall Height:
Overall Width:
Overall Depth:
Weight:
28”
14”
16”
34 lbs.
34 lbs.
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Instavac I
Instavac
Instavac
Instavac
Instavac
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Instavac C
Instavac
Instavac
Instavac
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