Midmark Procenter Systems, Artizan® / Artizan® Expressions Operatory Cabinetry - Pedo Bench, Artizan® / Artizan® Expressions Operatory Cabinetry - Ortho Cabinet Specification

Midmark Procenter Systems, Artizan® / Artizan® Expressions Operatory Cabinetry - Pedo Bench, Artizan® / Artizan® Expressions Operatory Cabinetry - Ortho Cabinet Specification
Cabinet-Mounted Procenter
Delivery Unit
For Models:
153839 (-001 thru -004)
User’s Guide
Style P
003-2196-00 Rev AA5 (7/18/2019)
Product Information
Dealer :
Date of Purchase:
Model / Serial Number:
Midmark Authorized Service
Company:
Model / Serial
Number Location
Units with Assistant’s
Instruments Only
Units with Doctor’s
Instruments
Product Registration
To register your product warranty, go to www.Midmark.com.
DA2074-2
Calling for Service
Note
Model / Serial number information is required when calling for service.
If service is required, contact Midmark directly:
1-800-Midmark (1-800-643-6275) or 937-526-3662
8:00 am until 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday (EST)
[excluding standard U.S. holidays]
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Table of Contents
Important Information
Product Information & Registration......................................................................................2
Serial Number location..........................................................................................................2
Calling for Service..................................................................................................................2
Safety Symbols.......................................................................................................................4
Transportation / Storage / Operation Conditions...............................................................4
Intended Use...........................................................................................................................5
Electromagnetic Interference................................................................................................5
Disposal of Equipment...........................................................................................................5
Operation
Self-Contained Water System..............................................................................................6
Manual Shut-Off Valves for Water and Air Supply.............................................................7
Pressure Regulator Valves.......................................................................................... 8
Master On/Off Switch.................................................................................................. 9
Water Selector Switch...........................................................................................................9
HVE and Saliva Ejectors........................................................................................... 10
Operating Handpieces.........................................................................................................10
Handpiece Controls............................................................................................................. 11
Adjustment Knob Location (Doctors).................................................................................12
Syringe Operation and Adjustments..................................................................................13
Adjustment Knob Location (Assistants)..................................................................... 14
Cleaning / Maintenance
Cleaning..........................................................................................................................15 - 21
Scheduled Maintenance......................................................................................................22
Replacement Parts...............................................................................................................23
Specifications
Specifications........................................................................................................................22
Model Identification / Compliance Chart..........................................................................23
Warranty
Warranty Information......................................................................................................24-25
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Important Information
Safety Symbols
These symbols may appear on your equipment and/or in the manuals Warning and cautions are provided in
the manuals where applicable
warning
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in serious injury.
Caution
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may result in minor or moderate injury.
It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices
Equipment Alert
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in equipment damage.
Proper Shipping
Orientation
Atmosheric
Pressure
Fragile
Relative
Humidity
100 F
Keep Dry
38 C
23 F
-5 C
Refer to instruction
manual/booklet
Type BF,
Applied Part
Transportation &
Storage
Temperature
Type B Applied Part
~
AC (alternating current)
Catalogue Number
Manufacturer
Serial Number
Transportation / Storage / Operation Conditions
Transportation / Storage Temperature Range:............................................ 23°F to 100°F (-5°C to 38°C)
Relative Humidity......................................................................................10% to 90% (non-condensing)
Atmospheric Pressure.................................................................7.2 PSI to 15.3PSI (50 kPa to 106 kPa)
Operating Temperature Range: .....................................................................59°F – 95°F (15°C – 35°C).
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Intended Use
Midmark delivery systems are intended to provide dental professionals with air, suction and water to operate
dental handpieces, syringes, and Midmark authorized accessories during dental examinations and
procedures.
Electromagnetic Interference
This product is designed and built to minimize electromagnetic interference with other devices. However, if
interference is noticed between another device and this product:
•
•
•
•
Remove interfering device from room
Plug unit into isolated circuit
Increase separation between the unit and interfering device
Contact Midmark if interference persists
Disposal of Equipment
At the end of product life, the unit, accessories, and other consumable goods may become contaminated
from normal use. Consult local codes and ordinances for proper disposal of equipment, accessories and
other consumable goods.
warning
Equipment is not suitable for use in the presence of a
flammable anesthetic mixture with oxygen, air, or nitrous oxide.
Clarification: Equipment is suitable for use in the presence of oxygen,
air, or nitrous oxide.
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Operation
Self-Contained Water System
The Self-Contained Water System gives you control of the quality of water used in your delivery system. It
also provides a means for disinfecting the system’s internal tubing.
Caution
Residual air pressure may cause the water bottle to pop off and spill or spray the contents if not released.
Mounting Cap
Before you begin filling the water system...
A) Turn master switch OFF..
B) Press syringe air button and hold until all residual air pressure is expelled. (You can hear the air being expelled.)
Gasket
NOTE
Distilled water is not required.
Water used must meet all local
requirements for drinking water.
To fill the Self-Contained Water System bottle...
A)
B)
C)
D)
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Unscrew water bottle.
Fill bottle with water.
Be sure gasket is in place (in mounting cap).
Screw bottle into mounting cap.
Note: If Gasket is improperly sealed, you will hear a hissing noise when
the system is turned ON.
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Manual Shut-Off Valves for Water and Air Supply
Manual shut-off valves stop air and/or water supply at the point of input to the
operatory. Shutting off valves is recommended during extended periods of
non-use (ex. vacation, holidays, etc...), or in event of an equipment malfunction.
City Water
Gauge
City Water
Regulator
Adjustment
Knob
Water Bottle
Regulator
DO NOT ADJUST
Water Manual
Shut-off Valve
40
60
3
4
20
2
5
80
1
6
0
0
100
7
Air Manual
Shut-off Valve
DA2579-1
Recommended Settings:
City Water Regulator
Gauge Setting
30 psi
Water Bottle Regulator
Setting
Factory set to 30 psi
DO NOT adjust
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Equipment Alert
Delivery components were
designed to operate at the
recommended settings. Poor performance
or damage to equipment may result if
recommended settings are not maintained.
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Pressure Regulator Valves
Pressure regulator valves allow you to control air and water pressure supplied to delivery instruments.
Shut-off Valves
Rotate clockwise 1/4
turn to Shut off.
Turn Counter-Clockwise
for less pressure
Turn Clockwise
for more pressure
4
80
5
6
10
0
7
0
DA2580
To Adjust the Pressure Regulators...
A) Pull up knob and turn to adjust.
B) Watch regulator gauge as you turn knob to achieve desired setting.
C) Push knob down to lock.
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Master ON / OFF Switch (Air/Water)
The Master ON / OFF Switch must be ON to operate delivery system.
To turn the Delivery System ON or OFF...
Move the Master Switch to desired position.
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Water Selector Switch
The Water Selector Switch allows you to choose the water source for the delivery system. You may select
either City Water (tap water), or water from the Self-Contained Water System bottle.
To select a water source...
Toggle the switch to select desired water source.
City Water
Self-Contained Water
System
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HVE and Saliva Ejectors
HVE
Saliva Ejector
Closed
Before you begin...
Closed
A) Turn facility vacuum system ON.
B) Move lever to towards the OPEN position to activate and moderate suction for the HVE / Saliva Ejector.
Open
Open
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Operating Handpieces
To operate handpiece...
A)
B)
C)
D)
Turn Master Switch ON.
Move Water Selector Switch to desired setting.
Remove handpiece from holder.
Press foot pedal to deliver selected drive air/water to handpiece.
Handpiece & Holder
Master Switch
Water Selector
Switch
Foot Pedal
DA2581
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Handpiece Controls
Each handpiece has its own Drive Air control knob and its own Coolant Water control knob.
There is also a Coolant Air control knob that adjusts the coolant air for all handpieces.
To adjust the Coolant Water...
Rotate the Coolant Water control knob for the
desired handpiece, until the desired flow is achieved.
To adjust the Drive Air pressure...
Rotate the Drive Air control knob for desired handpiece,
until the desired air pressure registers on pressure gauge.
Note: Refer to handpiece manufacturer’s literature for the recommended
pressure setting.
To adjust the air/water Spray Pattern...
Rotate Coolant Air control knob until desired
pattern is achieved.
Note: If your handpiece has an internal coolant air
connection this adjustment will have no effect.
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Adjustment Knob Locations
Doctors Instruments Control Panel
Coolant Air
Knob
Pressure Gauge
(Drive Air)
Syringe Water
Knob
Syringe Air
Knob
Coolant Water
Knob
Coolant Water
Knob
Drive Air
Knob
Drive Air
Knob
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Syringe Operation and Adjustments
This page shows operation and adjustment for a standard three-way syringe.
Before you begin...
Water Selector Switch
A) Turn Master Switch ON.
B) Position Water Selector Switch to Wet or Dry.
WET
DRY
Press Water Button
for a Water Stream
Press Air and Water
Buttons for a
Water Mist
Press Air Button for
an Air Spray
Water Button
Air Button
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Adjustment Knob Location
Pedo Assistant Syringe
To Adjust the Water stream pressure and Water Spray pattern...
Rotate syringe Water control knob as desired.
To Adjust the Air Spray pressure and Water Spray pattern...
Rotate syringe Air control knob as desired.
Used with Pedo Dr and Assistant System
Syringe Air Knob
Syringe Water Knob
Syringe Air Knob
Syringe Water Knob
Use with Pedo Assistants Only
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Cleaning / Maintenance
ATTENTION
Midmark assumes no responsibility or liability for any result, expressed or implied. These are suggested
practices, based on the best information available at this time this is written..
Scheduled Maintenance Chart
Area
Frequency
Unit surfaces
as necessary
Hoses
as necessary
Vacuum system
as necessary
Solids collector
daily
Regulator filters (air / water)
every 3 months
Barriers
Single-use barriers and disposable items significantly reduce the need for chemical cleaners, thus
prolonging the life of the equipment. Barrier material must be impervious to moisture / fluids.
Examples of protective barriers: Plastic covers (available from your dealer or equipment manufacturer)
• Clear plastic wrap
• Plastic bag
• Plastic sheets
• Plastic tubing
Read all labels carefully!
• Plastic-backed paper
• Materials similar to those listed here
Cleaning and Disinfecting
Cleaning Procedures
Use cleaners that are appropriate for the situation, such as warm water and mild
detergents, or a 10% solution of bleach with water.
Waterline Maintenance
Waterline maintenance is necessary to keep the count of heterotrophic bacteria from rising higher than
desired levels. The desired level for a specific location should be determined by any local or regional
guidelines. For example, The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guideline
for heterotrophic bacteria is less than or equal to 500 CFU/mL (colony forming units per milliliter). Midmark
recommends keeping this level under 200 CFU/mL.
Treatment can come in many forms. The most popular methods on the market currently are tablets and
straw/cartridge based systems. Midmark recommends the use of a straw/cartridge based system that keeps
the bacteria levels in check.
Regular monitoring should also take place to ensure that heterotrophic bacteria is not exceeding the desired
limit. If the level is higher than desired, a shock treatment of the waterlines should be performed. When
performing a shock treatment, be sure to check with the manufacturer of the regular treatment regimen
being used to ensure chemical compatibility. Monitoring frequency should be established by your practice.
As a suggestion, Midmark would recommend that you begin by monitoring on a monthly basis, and make
adjustments to the frequency based on test results.
Per the CDC, routine flushing of the waterlines should be performed between every patient. Extra flushing
maybe needed within Midmark equipment when tablets are used. Undissolved tablet particles can gather
over time in places within the waterlines, obstructing the line and causing water flow to slow. By flushing the
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Cleaning / Maintenance
Cleaning and Disinfecting Assistance
For assistance with cleaning and disinfecting instructions contact the Midmark Technical Service
Department at 1-800-Midmark; it is helpful to provide the delivery system model number and serial
number when asking for assistance.
Additional information is available from the organizations listed below:
Organization for Safety & Asepsis
Procedures:
http://www.osap.org
Dept. of Health & Human Resources, Centers for
Disease Control & Prevention (CDC):
http://www.cdc.gov
American Dental Association:
http://www.ada.org
European Dental Association:
http://www.eda-eu.org
Air/Oil Separator - Cleaning and Maintaining
Periodically check the fluid level in air / oil separator container. When container is approximately 2/3 full,
clean air/oil separator as shown below.
To clean the air/oil separator...
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Turn master ON/OFF switch OFF.
Remove (unscrew) air/oil separator container.
Dispose of the fluid and saturated gauze, per local codes.
Disinfect container and mounting cap.
Install clean gauze and reinstall the container.
Gauze
Container
DA2332-2i
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Cleaning / Maintenance
Maintaining and Replacing the Regulator Filters
Step 1:
Close manual valves to turn off water and air supplies to operatory.
Manual Shut
Off Valves
40
60
3
4
20
2
5
80
1
6
0
0
100
7
Retainer Nut
Step 3: Unscrew retainer
nut and remove filter.
Filter Cap
Step 2:
Filter
Step 4:
Install new filter.
Secure with retainer nut.
Note: Install the filter and retainer nut with
the ridged side up (as shown).
Unscrew filter cap.
Note: Use 9/16” wrench.
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Step 5:
Reinstall filter cap.
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Cleaning / Maintenance
Assistant’s Units - Cleaning
To clean the solids collector...
Caution
Always dispose of biohazardous
debris according to local regulations.
A)
B)
C)
D)
Turn facility vacuum OFF.
Remove lid and basket.
Clean basket and housing.
Re-install basket and lid.
Lid
Basket
Housing
DA2614
To clean the facility vacuum system...
Refer to instructions provided by the vacuum system’s manufacturer.
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Cleaning / Maintenance
Cleaning the Delivery System
At the beginning of each day...
A) Fill the Self contained water bottle with fresh water.
B) Perform a Purging Procedure.
Note: See Purging Procedure described in this manual.
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DA2582
Note:
Water must be safe for drinking. Distilled water is not required.
For each new patient...
A) Replace disposable tips, instruments, etc.
B) Perform a Purging Procedure.
Note: See Purging Procedure described in this manual.
DA2582
DA2536i
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Cleaning the Delivery System -At the end of each day.
At the end of each day...
A) Remove disposable tips,
instruments, etc.
DA2536i
B) Clean and disinfect the delivery system (see
Cleaning and Disinfecting instructions).
DA2582
C) Fill the water bottle with fresh water and perform a perform
a purging procedure.
Note: See Purging Procedure described in this manual.
D) Turn Master Switch OFF.
Press and hold the foot control pedal until all pressure is released.
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Purging Procedure for the Delivery
NOTE
Purging procedure removes debris from tubing to the handpieces and syringe.
Performing this procedure frequently may help to reduce the accumulation of biofilm on your
instruments.
Caution
Hold the tubing and syringe over a container or drain while flushing.
To begin the purging procedure...
A)
B)
C)
D)
Turn Master Switch ON.
Turn Water Selector Switch to bottle setting
Move the foot control switch to the wet setting.
Disconnect handpiece from tubing.
Flush the tubing to the handpieces...
A) Press and hold the foot control pedal for 30 seconds.
B) Press and hold the flush button for 30 seconds.
C) Repeat for all tubing to the handpieces.
Flush the Syringe Tubing...
A) Press and hold both syringe buttons
(air and water) for 30 seconds.
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Scheduled Maintenance
Interval
Inspection / Service
Description
Clean
Wipe painted metal and plastic surfaces with a clean soft cloth
and mild soap and water solution.
Weekly
Obvious Damage
Every 6 months
Labels / Decals
Hardware
Visually inspect components for damage that could result in
unsafe operation.
Replace any missing or illegible labels.
Check for any loose or missing fasteners. All fasteners must
be present and securely fastened.
Date of Service:
Model Number:
Location:
Serial Number:
Service Technician:
Notes:
Specifications
Handpiece
Connection Type
Midwest 4-Hole Type Handpiece
Water Module
Reservoirs
Two - 1 Liter - Toggled
Pressurized System
30 PSI
Aseptic
Non-Retracting HPC Coolant
Electrical (Illuminated Handpiece Only)
Power Supply
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Model Identification / Compliance Chart
Complies To:
Model
Description
UL / IEC 60601-1
CAN / CSA C22.2 No.601.1
153839-001
Pedo Bench
w/Doctor’s & Assistants Instruments
•
153839-002
Pedo-Bench
w/ Assistant’s
Instruments Only
•
153839-003
Ortho Cabinet
w/Doctor’s &
Assistant’s Instruments
•
153839-004
Cabinet Mount
w/Doctor’s Instruments
Only
•
Replacement Parts
These replacement parts can be purchased from your authorized Midmark dealer.
Saliva Ejector
Valve
Part Number
029-3975-00
HVE Handpiece
Valve
Part Number
029-5101-00
Solids Collector
Basket
Small Assistants
Cabinet Mounted
(1) 118613
(50) 002-10259-00
Syringe Tip
Part Number
120514
Saliva Ejector Tip
Part Number
016-1116-00
Regulator Valve
Filter
Part Number
053-1166-00
Saliva Ejector
Lever
Part Number
016-1113-00
HVE Lever
Part Number
016-1109-00
DA2304-1
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Warranty Information
Midmark Limited Warranty - Dental Products
SCOPE OF WARRANTY
Midmark Corporation (“ Midmark”) warrants to the original retail purchaser that it will at Midmark’s option repair
or replace components of the dental products manufactured by Midmark (except for components not warranted
under “Exclusions”) that are defective in material or workmanship under normal use and service. Midmark’s
obligation under this limited warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of the applicable components. This
limited warranty shall only apply to defects that are reported to Midmark within the applicable warranty period
and which, upon examination by Midmark, prove to be defective. This warranty extends only to the first retail
purchaser of a product and is not transferable or assignable. Replacement components or products may be
used and/or refurbished components or products, provided they are of like quality and specifications as new
components or products.
APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD
The applicable warranty period, measured from the date of delivery to the original user, shall be as follows:
Effective March 1, 2018 these applicable warranty periods are measured from the date of invoice to the
original user, shall be as follows:
1. OPERATORY PRODUCTS
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Five (5) years for all products (except for the items in (b) through (e)).
Two (2) years for upholstery (chairs and stools).
“KINK-VALVE” module carries a ten (10) year warranty.
The original light bulb on a new light carries a one (1) year warranty.
Accessories not manufactured by Midmark are excluded including but not limited to Bien Air handpiece
systems, Dentsply Cavitron scaler, Satelec scaler and curing light, and Sopro cameras.
2. ORAL SURGERY PRODUCTS are warranted for a period of one (1) year.
3. STERILIZER PRODUCTS are warranted for a period of one (1) year.
4. ULTRASONIC CLEANER PRODUCTS are warranted for a period of two (2) years.
5. AIR AND VACUUM PRODUCTS
a. PowerAir® oil-less compressors – Five (5) years or 3,500 hours of use, whichever occurs first. b.
PowerVac® and PowerVac® G dry vacuums – Five (5) years or 10,000 hours of use, whichever
occurs first (except that the vacuum pump warranty term is ten (10) years or 20,000 hours of use,
whichever occurs first).
c. Classic Series® wet-ring vacuums – Five (5) years or 10,000 hours of use, whichever occurs first.
d. PowerMax surgical suction – Two (2) years.
e. Hg5 Series Amalgam Separator - One (1) year. (f) Midmark manufactured accessories - One (1) year.
6. SYNTHESIS™ DENTAL CASEWORK AND ARTIZAN® EXPRESSIONS PRODUCT
a. Five (5) years for all products and components including door and drawer fronts, casters and
slides, except for the items in (b), (c) and (d).
b. Three (3) years for electrical components such as task lights/LED lights, cords, controls and
accessories.
c. Two (2) years for sliding track monitor mount and components and upholstery. (d) One (1) year for
countertops and resin, including accessories.
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Warranty Information continued...
7. IMAGING PRODUCTS are warranted for a period of two (2) years except for the ClearVision CR reader
which is warranted for a period of one (1) year.
8. MIDMARK Replacement Parts and Accessories carry a ninety (90) day warranty
EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not cover and Midmark shall not be liable for the following;
1. defects, damage or other conditions caused, in whole or in part, by misuse, abuse, negligence,
alteration, accident, freight damage, negligent storage, tampering or failure to seek and obtain repair
or replacement in a timely manner;
2. products which are not installed, used, and properly cleaned and maintained as required or
recommended in the Midmark “Installation” and/or “Installation/Operation Manual” for the applicable
product, including the specified structural and operational environment conditions and electrical
power requirements;
3. products considered to be of a consumable or sterile nature;
4. accessories or parts not manufactured by Midmark;
5. charges by anyone for adjustments, repairs, replacement parts, installation or other work performed
upon or in connection with such products which are not expressly authorized in writing in advance
by Midmark
6. costs and expenses of routine maintenance and cleaning;
7. representations and warranties made by any person or entity other than Midmark;
8. matching of color, grain or texture except to commercially acceptable standards;
9. changes in color caused by natural or artificial light;
10. custom manufactured products;
11. alterations or modifications to the product by any person or entity other than Midmark; and
12. Products that would otherwise by covered under Sections 1 and 2 of this limited warranty, but are
acquired: (i) from a person or entity that is not Midmark or one of its authorized dealers; or (ii) from a
Midmark dealer that is not authorized to sell the product at issue in the geographic territory where the
purchaser is located, or is not authorized to sell the product at issue within the medical, animal
health or dental market, as the case may be, in which purchaser intends to use the product.
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY; CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES DISCLAIMER
MIDMARK’S ONLY OBLIGATION UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PARTS. MIDMARK SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR AND HEREBY
DISCLAIMS ANY DIRECT, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OR DELAYS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF PROFITS OR
INCOME, LOSS OF USE, DOWNTIME, COVER AND EMPLOYEE OR INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
WAGES, PAYMENTS AND BENEFITS.
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS MIDMARK’S ONLY WARRANTY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.MIDMARK MAKES NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND
INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE
PARTS.
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
No action my be brought against Midmark for breach of this limited warranty, or implied warranty, if any, or
for any other claim arising out of or relating to the products, more than ninety (90) days following expiration
of the limited warranty period.
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60 Vista Drive
Versailles, OH 45380 USA
1-800-643-6275
1-937-526-3662
www.midmark.com
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