Midmark VetPro 5000 Mobile Dental Delivery System User guide

Midmark VetPro 5000 Mobile Dental Delivery System User guide
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VetPro® 5000
Mobile Dental
Delivery System
For Models:
8001-009
8001-010
User’s Guide
003-1950-00 Rev K (2/14/14)
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Product Information
Dealer :
Date of Purchase:
Model / Serial Number:
Midmark Authorized Service
Company:
Model / Serial
Number Location
Calling for Service
Note
Model / Serial number information is required when calling for service.
If service is required, contact your Midmark dealer.
To contact Midmark directly:
1-800-Midmark (1-800-643-6275) or 937-526-3662
8:00 am until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (EST)
[excluding standard U.S. holidays]
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Important Information
Safety Symbols.......................................................................................................................4
Transportation / Storage Conditions....................................................................................4
Intended Use...........................................................................................................................5
Electromagnetic Interference................................................................................................5
Disposal of Equipment...........................................................................................................5
Operation
Electrical System....................................................................................................................6
Water System.........................................................................................................................7
Air System...............................................................................................................................8
Master ON / OFF Switch.......................................................................................................9
Flex Arm...................................................................................................................................9
Handpieces...........................................................................................................................10
Syringe...................................................................................................................................13
Adjustment Knob Locations................................................................................................14
Cleaning / Maintenance
Cleaning.................................................................................................................................15
Maintenance`........................................................................................................................16
Specifications
Specifications........................................................................................................................21
Range of Motion...................................................................................................................22
Warranty Information
Warranty................................................................................................................................23
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Important Information
Safety Symbols
danger
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which will result in serious or fatal injury.
This symbol is used only in the most extreme conditions.
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
Maximum stacking
height
(Do not stack)
Consult User Guide
Do Not Tumble
Fragile
Handle With Care
Keep Dry
Transportation / Storage Conditions
Ambient Temperature Range:..................................................................0°F to 140°F (-18°C to +60°C)
Relative Humidity....................................................................................10% to 90% (non-condensing)
Atmospheric Pressure..............................................................700hPa (20 in.Hg) to 1060hPa (31 in.Hg)
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Intended Use
The Midmark® VetPro® 5000 is a mobile dental delivery system intended to give qualified veterinarians
and/or technicians a self-contained, compact, portable unit for performing veterinary dental procedures.
Electromagnetic Interference
This VetPro® 5000 is designed and built to minimize electromagnetic interference with other devices.
However, if interference is noticed between another device and this cart:
• Remove interfering device from room
• Plug cart into an isolated circuit
• Increase separation between cart and interfering device
• Contact Midmark if interference persists
Disposal of Equipment
At the end of product life, the unit(s), accessories, and other consumable goods may be
contaminated from normal use. Consult local codes and ordinances for proper disposal of
equipment and other consumable goods.
warning
The Acteon Newtron® LED scaler complies with current electromagnetic
compatibility standards. However, it must not be used by or on those with cardiac
stimulators or other active implants unless adequate electromagnetic interference shielding
is present. Check with a cardiologist to verify the EMI shielding capabilities of the implant.
See enclosed Newtron® LED manual for further advisories.
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Operation
Electrical System
On/Off Switch
On/Off Switch is located on the back of the cart.
Accessory
Outlet
On/Off
Switch
Accessory Outlet
The cart has two 115 VAC outlets to supply electricity to accessories. The outlets on the inside of the unit
are intended for fiber optic and scaler systems. The outlet on the back of the cart is for any accessories.
warning
Outlet for accessory use only. Do not exceed 5 Amps. Disconnect
power cord before servicing unit. Use minmum 14 AWG power cord.
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Operation
Water System
Water Bottles
The self-contained water system allows you to control the quality of water used in your delivery system. It
also provides a means for disinfecting the system’s internal tubing.
The unit has two 1 liter bottles. The water bottles supply water to the handpieces and air/water syringe.
Air flows though the regulator which adjusts the air flow going into the water bottles. The water system is
regulated to 30 PSI. Use the water adjustment knob to adjust water flow for each instrument (See Adjustment Knob Locations in this guide). The toggle switch (shown below) controls pressurization in the water
bottles. Move the switch left or right to select the desired water bottle.
Caution
Residual air pressure may cause
bottle contents to spill or spray if pressure is not released.
Toggle Switch
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To fill the Self -Contained Water System...
A) Depressurize the water bottle you want to fill. (Toggle to the right to depressurize the
left bottle, toggle to the left to depressurize the right bottle.)
B) Remove water bottle and fill. (Distilled Water Is Recommended)
C) Be sure gasket is in place.
D) Screw bottle into mounting cap.
Note: If gasket is not installed properly, you will hear a hissing sound with the system is turned on. Water bottles
should be checked in between each patient and filled if necessary.
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Operation
Air System
Compressor
The air system is a 115 VAC, 1/3 HP compressor with a 4 gallon (15 liter) air tank and pre-set regulator. It
supplies air for the handpieces and air/water syringe. The compressor will cycle between 80 to 100 PSI.
The regulator is factory set at 55 PSI. User can make flow adjustments to the drive air and coolant air. See
“Adjustment Knob Locations in this guide.
Air Storage Tank
Compressor
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Operation
Master ON / OFF Switch
The master on / off switch must be ON to operate the delivery system.
ON
OFF
Flex Arm
To avoid injury to the patient or staff, the flex arm is locked to prevent accidental movement.
(The flex arm will still move upward when locked.)
To Unlock / Lock Flex arm...
A) Turn power on. Allow system to pressurize.
B) Push up release button to disengage lock and lower to
desired height. It may be necessary to move head
upwards slightly before lowering.
Note: Flex arm lock buttons will not work unless the system is pressurized.
Lock Release Button
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Operation
Handpieces
Before you begin...
Turn Master ON / OFF switch ON.
Step 1: Pull handpiece forward.
Step 3: Press foot control
pedal to deliver
drive air to the
handpiece.
WET
DRY
Step 2: Select Wet or Dry operation using
the foot control toggle switch.
Note: The blue dot indicates Wet position.
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Operation
Prophy
Angle
Handpiece Care
To Change Prophy Angle...
A) Rotate chuck to the right to unlock.
B) Install Prophy angle, turn chuck release ring left to tighten.
To Change Bur in High Speed Handpiece...
A) Push button on back of handpiece and pull the bur out.
B) Push bur into handpiece. (The shank will only go in half-way)
C) Then push button on back of handpiece and push the bur in until shank is all the way in.
Note: Friction grip burs (FG Style) are designed so that the entire straight portion of the shaft should be inside the
chuck of the handpiece. You should only see the tapered portion of the bur if installed properly.
Push Bur Into Handpiece
Finish Sliding Bur Into
Handpiece
Push
Button
Shaft Inside Handpiece
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This Portion of
the Bur Should
be Inside the
Handpiece
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Handpiece Care
Install handpieces.
Handpiece
Connection
Equipment Alert
Complete manufacture’s instructions for “Infection Control / Sterilization found in the documentation included with the handpieces. Failure to do this will cause premature failure of handpieces.
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Operation
Syringe
Before you begin...
Turn master ON / OFF switch ON.
This page shows operation and
adjustment for a standard 3-way
syringe.
For water stream...
Press water button.
For air spray...
Press air button.
For water spray (mist)...
Press air and water buttons.
Air
Button
Water
Button
To adjust air spray pressure and water spray pattern...
Rotate syringe air adjustment knob as necessary.
Syringe Water
Adjustment Knob
Syringe Air
Adjustment Knob
To adjust water steam pressure and water spray pattern...
Rotate syringe water adjustment knob as necessary.
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Operation
Adjustment Knob Locations
Front View
Pressure
Indicator
Pressure Gauge
[Drive Air]
Coolant Water
Flush Button
Coolant Water
Scaler Adjustment
Bottom View
Coolant Air
Syringe Water
Syringe Air
Drive Air
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Cleaning
Note
Every veterinary practice setting is different and no one disinfectant is the best choice for every facility. There are several organizations educated in disinfection procedures. Refer to web sites of
accredited sources that can assist veterinary personnel in choosing what is best for their practice. Listed below are a few of the sites.
Organization for Safety & Asepsis Procedures
http://www.osap.org
Dept. of Health & Human Resources Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
http://www.cdc.gov
Read
carefully
DA148100i
When using disinfectants...
• Carefully read the product label
and directions for use.
• Do not exceed the dilution rate.
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Equipment Alert
Refer to handpiece manufacturer
for suggested cleaning procedures.
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Maintenance
At the beginning of each work day...
Distilled water is not mandatory.
However, water must meet
requirements for drinking.
• Fill water bottles with fresh distilled water.
• Flush handpieces.
To Flush Delivery System..
A)
B)
C)
D)
Remove all handpieces that use water.
Open water needle valve.
Turn foot control toggle switch to WET.
Hold end of tubing over a container and press foot control
for 30 seconds. Then press and hold flush button for
30 seconds. Repeat (step D) for all handpieces.
E) Press and hold syringe buttons (air & water) for 30 seconds.
F) Install newly disinfected handpieces.
G) Refill water bottle.
Coolant Water
Flush Button
Between each patient...
• Remove disposable tips, instruments, etc..
• Flush delivery system.
• Clean handpieces and scaler per manufacturers instructions.
• Fill water bottles.
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Maintenance - continued
At the end of each day...
• Bleach flush delivery system
and empty water stem.
• Clean system.
• Drain air tank.
CH
EA
BL
Equipment alert
Do not use colored/scented bleach, or concentrations greater than
recommended. Do not leave bleach solution in delivery system longer than
30 minutes, it could damage the delivery system.
To Bleach Flush Delivery System...
A) Remove all handpieces that use water.
B) Remove water bottles and fill with 9 parts water and 1 part bleach.
C) Open water needle valve.
D) Hold end of tubing over a container and press foot control
for 30 seconds. Then press and hold flush button for
30 seconds. Repeat (step D) for all handpieces.
E) Press and hold syringe buttons (air & water) for 30 seconds.
F) Leave bleach solution in delivery system for 10 - 20 minutes, then
remove / empty / rinse water bottles.
G) Fill water bottles with fresh water and repeat steps C thru E until bleach odor is gone.
H) Install newly disinfected handpieces.
I) Empty water bottles.
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Maintenance - continued
To Clean System...
A) Disinfect handpieces according to manufacturer’s instructions.
B) Wipe down the WHIP head and operatory equipment with disinfectant.
Read
carefully
Note: Refer to “Cleaning” page in this guide.
DA148100i
Air / Oil Separator
Periodically, check the gauze in the air / oil separator cup. When gauze is saturated it must be replaced.
Before you begin...
Turn master ON / OFF switch OFF.
Gauze
Cup
To clean the air / oil separator cup...
A) Unsnap cup.
B) Dispose of saturated gauze.
C) Disinfect cup.
D) Install new gauze, then reinstall cup.
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Maintenance - continued
To Drain Air Storage Tank..
Hold absorbant cloth under drain.
Open drain valve by turning Counter-clockwise.
Tighten valve after tank empties of air and
condensation.
Drain Valve
VA1439
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Maintenance - continued
Flex Arm - Pivot Point Adjustment
If the flex arm has too much play or is not moving freely, adjust the pivot point, set screws as necessary.
To Adjust Arms at Pivot Points..
If arms have too much play, tighten them (Clockwise).
If they do not move freely, loosen them (Counter-Clockwise).
Pivot
Points
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Specifications
Cart
Width
21 inches (53.3 cm)
Length
28 inches (71.1 cm)
Height
54 to 68 inches (137 to 172.7 cm)
Weight
195 lbs (88.5 kg)
Shipping Weight
218 lbs (98.9 kg)
Top of Cart Weight Restriction
40 lbs (18.1 kg)
Electrical
Voltage
115 VAC
Frequency
60 Hz
Circuit Breaker Protection
Hospital Grade Wiring
15 amps
NEMA type: 14 and 18 AWG
Accessory Outlet (User Specs)
GFCI 5 amps, 125 VAC
Receptacles (Top of Electrical Box) NEMA Outlet, Snap AC Connector,
15 amp, 125 VAC
Plug
10 amps, 250 VAC
Power Cord Length
9 1/2 ft. NEMA 5-15R
Handpiece
Connection Type
Midwest 4-Hole Type Handpiece
Compressor
Motor
Oil Free 1/3 HP
Working Pressure
80 - 100 PSI
Flow Rate
2.6 scfm @ 45 PSI
Sound Level (full load)
< 50 dB
Air Tank
4 gal 15 Liter
Water Module
Reservoirs
Pressurized System
Aseptic
Handpiece Flush System
Two - 1 Liter - Toggled
30 PSI
Non-Retracting HPC Coolant
Manual
warning
Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture.
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Range of Motion
30o
Flex Arm
12.5"
Flex Arm
12.5"
Max 37 1/2"
VA1441
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Limited Warranty
SCOPE OF WARRANTY
Midmark Corporation (“Midmark”) warrants to the original purchaser its Exam Room Casework, Veterinary
products and components (except for components not warranted under “Exclusions”) manufactured by Midmark to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal interior use and service. Midmark’s
obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement, at Midmark’s option, of the parts or the
products the defects of which are reported to Midmark within the applicable warranty period and which, upon
examination by Midmark, prove to be defective.
APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD
The applicable warranty period, measured from the date of delivery to the original user, shall be as
follows:
• The VetPro® 5000 unit is warranted against defect in material and workmanship for a period of
two years from the time of delivery.
DENTAL PRODUCTS are warranted against defect in material and workmanship for the period indicated
below from the time of delivery:
a) 2 years for all products and components (except for the periods in b through d).
b) “KINK-VALVE” module carries a 10 year warranty.
c) Accessories not manufactured by Midmark are excluded (i.e. Fiber optic systems, Scalers, Handpieces,
etc.).
d) Replacement parts and accessories carry a 90 day warranty
EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not cover and Midmark shall not be liable for the following; (1) repairs and replacements
required because of misuse, abuse, negligence, alteration, accident, freight damage, or tampering; (2)
changes in color caused by natural or artificial light; (3) products which are not installed, used, and properly
cleaned as required in the Midmark written “Installation” and or “Installation/Operation” Manual applicable for
this product; (4) products considered to be of a consumable nature such as light bulbs and surge suppression product; (5) accessories or parts not manufactured by Midmark; (Any warranties on these items are
extended directly by the manufacturer of these items to the original purchaser.
Information on these manufacturers’ warranties will be enclosed with the applicable products. Also, Midmark
will furnish copies of any of the warranties extended by any such manufacturers upon request.) (6) specially
manufactured products; (7) damage caused by animals; (8) charges by anyone (including Midmark’s authorized dealers) for adjustments, repairs, replacement parts, installation, or other work performed upon or in
connection with such products which is not expressly authorized in writing in advance by Midmark.
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
Midmark’s only obligation under this warranty is the repair or replacement of defective parts. Midmark shall
not be liable for any direct, special, indirect, incidental, exemplary or consequential damages or delay including, but not limited to, damages for loss of profits or loss of use.
NO AUTHORIZATION
No person or firm is authorized to create for Midmark any other obligation or liability in connection with the
products.
THIS WARRANTY IS MIDMARK’S ONLY WARRANTY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. MIDMARK MAKES NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING ANY
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS
WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PARTS.
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