PTS Intermittent Vacuum Regulator Service Manual

PTS Intermittent Vacuum Regulator Service Manual
Vacuum Regulator, Push-To-SetTM
Intermittent Suction Unit (PTS-ISU)
Service Manual
Adult, Pediatric and Neonatal
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M
M
L
L
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MEDICAL VACUUM
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M
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Low Vacuum
mmHg
L
L
MEDICAL VACUUM
0-160 mmHg
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M
M
L
L
Low Vacuum
mmHg
MEDICAL VACUUM
0-100 mmHg
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Adult
Adult
Pediatric
Neonatal
PTS-ISU - Digital
ANSI/ISO
Neonatal
PTS-ISU - Analog
ANSI
100
400
500
60
70
600
Pediatric
80
300
50
200
30
10
140
16
14
- kP
6
40
4
2
a
-mm
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60
8
100
100
700
12
10
18
20
20
90
80
120
40
High Flow
High Vacuum
High Flow
Low Vacuum
Hg
20
a
- kP
H
-mm
g
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Adult
Pediatric
PTS-ISU - Analog
ISO
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User Responsibility
This Product will perform as described in this operating manual and accompanying labels and/or inserts, when
assembled, operated, maintained and repaired in accordance with the instructions provided. This Product must
be checked periodically. A defective product should not be used. Parts that are broken, missing, worn, distorted
or contaminated should be replaced immediately. For service advice, Ohio Medical recommends that a telephone
request be made to the nearest Ohio Medical Regional Service Center. This product and any of its parts should
only be repaired using written instructions provided by Ohio Medical or by Ohio Medical trained personnel. The
Product must not be altered without the prior written approval of Ohio Medical’s Quality Assurance Department.
The user of this Product shall have the sole responsibility for any malfunction which results from improper use,
faulty maintenance, improper repair, damage, or alteration by anyone other than Ohio Medical.
AAA A 12345
This alpha character indicates the year of product manufacture and when the serial number
was assigned; “L” = 2007, “M” = 2008, “N” = 2009, etc. “I” and “O” are not used.
Safety Instructions
This manual provides you with important information about the Push-To-SetTM Intermittent Suction Unit (PTSISU). To ensure the safe and proper use of this device, READ and UNDERSTAND all of the safety and operating
instructions. IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS, OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT
YOUR SUPERVISOR, DEALER OR THE MANUFACTURER BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO USE THE DEVICE.
Intended Use
The vacuum regulator is intended to be used in the medical facility as a means to evacuate media (i.e. fluids)
from the body. DO NOT use this vacuum regulator for anything other than its intended use.
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Table of Contents
1/Precautions
7/Service Checkout Procedure
1.1 Definitions.............................................................4
1.2 Warnings..............................................................5
1.3 Cautions...............................................................5
7.1 Setup .................................................................14
7.2 Push-To-SetTM Test.............................................14
7.3 Gauge Test.........................................................14
7.4 Leak Test ...........................................................15
7.4.1 Supply Side...............................................15
7.4.2 Patient Side...............................................15
7.5 Flow Test............................................................15
7.5.1 Continuous Mode Flow Test......................15
7.5.2 Intermittent Mode Flow Test......................16
7.6 Timing Cycle Adjustment....................................16
7.7 Regulation Test...................................................17
7.8 Vacuum Build-up/Bleed-down Test ....................17
7.8.1 Intermittent Mode.....................................17
7.8.2 Continuous Mode.....................................17
2/Scope
2.1ANSI Vacuum Regulator (Analog/Digital).............6
2.2ISO Vacuum Regulator (Analog/Digital)...............6
3/Description and Specifications
3.1 Description...........................................................6
3.2Specifications.......................................................7
4/Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilization
4.1 Cleaning...............................................................8
4.1.1 Routine Exterior Cleaning...........................8
4.1.1.1 Approved Cleaning Solutions..........8
4.2 Sterilization...........................................................8
5/Troubleshooting..............................................9
6/Service – Disassembly and Assembly
6.1Service Tools and Equipment............................. 11
6.2 PTS-ISU............................................................. 11
6.2.1 Disassembly.............................................. 11
6.2.2 Assembly................................................... 11
6.3Regulator Module...............................................12
6.3.1 Disassembly..............................................12
6.3.2 Assembly...................................................12
6.4Digital Gauge......................................................13
6.4.1 Removal of Batteries.................................13
6.4.2 Inserting Batteries.....................................13
6.5 Suction Level Limit Setting (PED and NEO
Models ONLY)....................................................13
6.5.1 Vacuum Relief Valve Adjustment...............13
6.5.2 Vacuum Limiting Set Screw Adjustment....13
6.5.2.1 Pediatric Unit................................13
6.5.2.2 Neonatal Unit................................14
8/Maintenance
8.1General Maintenance of Suction
Equipment..........................................................17
8.2Recommended Maintenance Schedule.............18
9.2.1 Maintenance Schedule.............................18
8.3Repair Policy......................................................18
8.4 Technical Assistance..........................................18
8.5Return Instructions.............................................18
8.6Installation Procedure for Adapters/Probes
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nd Fittings.........................................................19
9/Ordering Information
9.1 Illustrated Parts..................................................20
9.2 Accessories........................................................22
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1/Precautions
1.1 Definition
WARNING
CAUTION Note Important = possible injury to patient or operator
= possible damage to equipment
= Provides additional information to clarify a point in the text.
= Similar to a note but of greater emphasis
|O|O (INT)
= Intermittent (ON/OFF)
| (CONT)
= Continuous (ON)
O (OFF)
= OFF
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Consult Instructions for Use
Serial Number
Manufacturer
Abbreviations Used in the Manual
CCWCounter-clockwise (decrease)
CW Clockwise (increase)
Eto
Ethylene oxide
inHgInches of mercury
inInch
ISUIntermittent Suction Unit
IFUInstructions for Use
kPaKilopascals (kPa x 7.50 = 1 mmHg)
LPMMillimeters of mercury (mmHg x .133 = kPa)
mmHgLiters per minute
mmMillimeters
mLMilliliters
ozOunces
°C Degrees Celsius
°FDegrees Fahrenheit
N-mNewton-Meter (N-m x .737 = ft-lb)
ft-lbFoot-Pound Force (ft-lb x 1.356 = N-m)
in-lbInch-Pound Force (ft-lb x 12 = in-lb)
DISSDiameter Index Safety System
OESOxequip® Suction
OSTOverflow Safety Trap
NCG National Compressed Gases
BOC British Oxygen Corporation
NEO Neonatal
NFPANational Fire Protection Association
NPT National Pipe Thread (USA)
MPTS Multi-Purpose Therapy Stand
IDInner Diameter
gal gallon
PEDPediatric
PTSPush-To-SetTM
PTFEPolytetrafluoroethylene
NG Nasogastric
RHRelative Humidity
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1/Precautions
1.2 WARNINGS
Factory settings may be impacted during transport
therefore, the unit's timing cycle should be checked
prior to initial use and adjusted if necessary (see
Section 7.6 Timing Cycle Adjustment).
This device should be repaired only by qualified
Ohio Medical or Ohio Medical-trained, qualified
personnel, using only Ohio Medical recommended
parts. There are risks associated with using
anything other than Ohio Medical parts. Ohio
Medical will assume no responsibility for incidents
which may occur if the product was not repaired
in accordance with procedures authorized by Ohio
Medical.
If the vacuum regulator is repaired or disassembled
in any manner, the service checkout procedure
must be performed before using the equipment on
a patient.
After patient use, if regulator is contaminated then
handle in accordance with you hospital’s infection
control policy.
To reduce transportation personnel and/or service
personnel exposure to hazardous contamination,
DO NOT ship any suction equipment that has been
contaminated.
Do not use this device in the presence of flammable
anesthetics. Static charges may not dissipate and
a possible explosion hazard exists in the presence
of these agents.
Connection to positive pressure sources such as
oxygen and medical air, even momentarily, could
injure the patient or operator.
Ohio Medical will assume no responsibility for
incidents which may occur if the product is not
used in accordance with product labeling.
To help prevent aspirate from entering the device,
wall outlet and pipeline equipment, a safety trap
should be attached prior to its use. Aspirate in the
regulator, wall outlet and pipeline equipment may
impair its operations. The use of the safety trap
and suction filter will help prevent this and extend
the life of suction equipment.
1.3 CAUTION
Do not use any Loctite® products or any products
which contain Methacrylate Ester as an active
ingredient to seal the threads on the adapters/
probes and fittings.
Use of lubricants other than recommended may
degrade plastic or rubber components.
Do not steam autoclave or liquid sterilize the
regulator. Severe impairment to the operation
of the regulator will result. The only acceptable
method of sterilization is with gas (ethylene oxide).
Sterilization with ethylene oxide mixtures may
cause crazing (minute superficial cracking) of some
plastic parts. Crazing will be more pronounced
when mixtures containing Freon® are used.
Following sterilization with ethylene oxide, parts
should be quarantined in a well ventilated area to
allow dissipation of residual ethylene oxide gas
absorbed by the material. Aerate parts for 8 hours
at 54°C (130°F). Follow your hospital sterilization
procedure.
Do not use harsh chemical or cleaning solution. Do
not spray cleaners directly onto suction regulators.
Only use chemical recommended in this manual.
If any evidence of damage is found, repair as
necessary or contact your authorized service
provider.
Connection to positive pressure sources such as
oxygen and medical air, even momentarily, could
damage the equipment.
The suction control knob must be completely pushed
in to adjust the vacuum level. Failure to do so may
damage the vacuum regulator.
Not for transport use: The categories of field
and transport user are specifically defined in
ISO 10079-3. “Field” means use at accidents
or emergencies outside a hospital. “Transport”
means use in ambulances, cars and airplanes.
These situations may expose the equipment to
uneven support, water, dirt, and mechanical shock
and temperature extremes. Ohio Medical Suction
equipment has not been tested to comply with the
specific requirements of these categories.
Note: Ohio Medical requests that parties acquiring
this device:
Report the device’s purchase, receipt in trade,
return after sale, loss, destruction, or retirement.
Contact your Ohio Medical customer service
representative to obtain manual updates.
Authorized Service Center / Customer Service
Call 1-866-549-6446 or +1 847-855-0500 for service
and repair information.
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2/Scope
3/Description and Specifications
This service manual contains service, maintenance
and parts information for the Push-To-SetTM Adult,
Pediatric and Neonatal Intermittent Suction Unit (PTSISU)
2.1 ANSI Vacuum Regulator
(Analog/Digital)
Note: Part numbers given are for Vacuum Regulators
without fittings or adapters/probes.
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MEDICAL VACUUM
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3.1 Description
A patented safety feature Push-To-Set™ (PTS)
automatically occludes the patient circuit as the desired
vacuum level is selected. It prevents higher than desired
vacuum levels from being accidentally delivered when
patient suctioning begins. The suction control knob must
first be pushed and then turned to set vacuum levels.
Each unit contains a dual spring regulator module to
regulate and adjust suction which is precise in the
critical care range; Adult: 0-200 mmHg (0-26.7 kPa);
Pediatric: 0-135 mmHg (0-18.0 kPa); Neonatal: 0-100
mmHg (0-13.3 kPa) and quickly moves to full wall
vacuum for resuscitation. It requires only two turns from
zero to full wall vacuum. Each unit contains a vacuum
gauge, an ON/OFF switching module and adjustable
timing valves.
In use, the vacuum source is connected through the
regulator module which functions as an automatic valve.
Rotating the suction control knob adjusts the position
of the regulator module and selects a predetermined
level of suction.
PTS-ISU
8700-XXXX-900
Adult: 1251
Pediatric: 1271
Neonatal: 1279
PTS-ISU Digital
8700-XXXX-900
Adult: 1351
Pediatric: 1371
Neonatal:1372
2.2 ISO Vacuum Regulator
(Analog/Digital)
During use, as the flow requirement increases, the
valve automatically opens to maintain suction at the
preset level. Conversely, when the flow requirement
decreases, the valve automatically closes to maintain
suction at the preset level. The same mechanism
compensates for changes in supply vacuum to
automatically maintain the pre-set suction level.
Note: Part numbers given are for Vacuum Regulators
without fittings or adapters/probes.
Vacuum
Gauge
400
500
60
70
600
80
Mode Selector
Switch
300
50
40
High Flow
High Vacuum
200
30
20
90
10
100
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M
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Suction
Control
Knob
L
L
100
700
- kP
a
MEDICAL VACUUM
Hg
-mm
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PTS-ISU
8700-XXXX-900
Adult: 1253
Pediatric: 1273
PTS-ISU Digital
8700-XXXX-900
Adult:1353
Pediatric: 6373
Neonatal: 6372
Figure 1
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Fitting/Patient
Port
Figure 2: Front and Side View
Adapter/Probe
Port
3/Descriptions and Specifications
3.2 Specifications
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Performance
Adult
Flow rate
Intermittent
8 LPM
8 LPM
Continuous
80 LPM3
80 LPM3
Neonatal
8 LPM
80 LPM3
0-16 LPM (Preset at 8 LPM)
15 seconds ON, 8 seconds OFF (± 3 seconds)
Can be adjustable
Starts in the ON cycle
Timing
Positive Pressure
Safety Relief
Valve:
Pediatric
Located in the vacuum supply line to prevent pressurization of
the patient connection by failed injector vacuum (Venturi) units, or
inadvertent cross connection to pressured gases.
Gauge Accuracy
Analog1
Digital2
Adult
0-200 mmHg (0-26.7 KPA)
±5% Full-scale
±1% Full-scale
Pediatric
0-160 mmHg (0-21.3 KPA)
±5% Full-scale
±1% Full-scale
Neonatal
0-160 mmHg (0-21.3 KPA)
0-100 mmHg (0-13.3 KPA)
±5% Full-scale
±5% Full-scale
±1% Full-scale
±1% Full-scale
Physical
Dimensions
6.5”H x 2.8”W x 4.8”D
(16.5 cm x 7.1 cm x 12.2 cm)
Weight
20 oz (567 grams)
Battery
Lithium
Two 2/3 AA batteries, 3.6V, 1.6 Ah, lithium
full scale deflection
full range at 22°C
3
not adjustable, without fittings at full increase
1
2
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Temperature Range
50 to 104ºF (10 to 40ºC)
Storage Temperature Range
-13 to 158ºF (-25 to 70ºC)
Operating and storage Relative Humidity
5 to 95% RH (Non-condensing)
Ingress Protection Ratings: IP 20
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4/Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilization
4.1 Cleaning and Disinfection
4.2 Sterilization
WARNING: After patient use, regulators may be
contaminated. Handle in accordance with
your hospital’s infection control policy.
Should misuse occur, resulting in accidental flooding
of the regulator, the regulator may be sterilized using
Ethylene oxide (ETO). After sterilization, follow the
service checkout procedures (Section 7 Service
Checkout Procedure).
CAUTION: Suctioned fluids drawn into a vacuum
regulator do not stop in the regulator. They
proceed through it into the wall outlet and pipeline
system. Failure to clean and disinfect the wall
outlet and pipeline system may result in damage
to this equipment.
4.1.1 Routine Exterior Cleaning
Routine cleaning of the regulator is recommended as
a standard procedure after each use. Wipe all exterior
surfaces with a solution of water and mild detergent
and/or an approved cleaning solution.
4.1.1.1 Approved Cleaning Solutions
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Sodium Hypochlorite 0.5% (Bleach): Mixture of 13
fl. oz. of bleach to 1 gallon (128 fl. oz.) tap water
•
Isopropyl Alcohol 70%
•
Hydrogen Peroxide 3%
•
Cavicide® Ready to use full strength
WARNING: Following sterilization with ethylene
oxide, parts should be quarantined in a well
ventilated area to allow dissipation of residual
ethylene oxide gas absorbed by the material.
Aerate parts for 8 hours at 130°F (54°C).
Follow your hospital sterilization procedure.
CAUTION: Do not steam autoclave or liquid sterilize the
intermittent vacuum regulator. Severe impairment
to the operation of the regulator will result. The
only acceptable method of sterilization is with gas
(ethylene oxide).
CAUTION: Sterilization with ethylene oxide mixtures
may cause crazing (minute superficial cracking)
of some plastic parts. Crazing will be more
pronounced when mixtures containing Freon®
are used.
Note: The vacuum regulator should only be sterilized
if it is contaminated or maintenance is to be
performed.
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5/Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
Unit fails to provide
vacuum at patient port in
all modes.
Gauge doesn’t respond to
changes in suction
POSSIBLE CAUSES
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
Mode Selector Switch is at O(OFF)
position
Move mode selector switch [34] to desired
mode.
Mode Selector Switch is at
|O|O(INT) mode and unit stays in
the OFF cycle.
Adjust/Replace Timing Module Assembly
[24]
No Supply Vacuum
Check Hospital vacuum level (should be at
least 500 mmHg (66.7 KPA).
Damaged/Clogged Supply side or
Patient side fittings
Replace fittings if damaged/clogged
Retighten/Torque if found loose
Knob fails to return when pushed
Push and rotate the knob [3] if stuck
Replace actuator [10], drive gear [7],
Regulator Case [6], OTS assembly [11].
Knob stuck at OFF position (all the
way counter clock direction)
Push and Rotate Knob [3] to clock wise
direction
Damaged Regulator Module
Regulator Module Assembly [14]
Clogged external filter
Replace external filter
Overflow protection device is shut
off
Check(Reset float)/Replace Overflow
protection device
Loose or incorrect set-up
Set-up unit correctly without any leak.
Aspirant draw into unit
Follow your facilities procedures for
handling contaminated products. (DO
NOT SEND UNIT BACK TO THE
MANUFACTURER)
Gauge assembly is not properly
aligned.
Ensure gauge assembly [8] is properly
aligned.
Missing/Damaged O-Rings
Replace O-Rings [13]
Gauge assembly is damaged
Replace gauge assembly [8]
Digital Unit Only:
Depleted batteries
Digital Unit Only:
Replaced Gauge [8]/Batteries
Unable to push and rotate knob
Push and rotate knob [3] if stuck
Replace actuator [10], drive gear [7],
Regulator Case [6], OTS assembly [11].
Damaged OTS assembly
Replace OTS assembly [11]
Regulator module is stuck in full
OFF or full ON position
Rotate the knob [3] to free the Regulator
Module Assembly [14]
Snap cap separated from regulator
module housing.
Reassemble snap cap [15] onto regulator
module housing [21]
Replace snap cap [15] and/or regulator
module housing [21]
Replace Regulator Module Assembly [14]
Damaged/Missing spring inside
regulator module assembly
Replace Regulator module assembly [14]
Damaged/Missing O-ring, Quadring on regulator module
Replace O-ring [22] and/or Quad-ring [23]
Damaged Diaphragm inside
regulator module
Replace Diaphragm [17] or regulator
module assembly [14]
Damaged Regulator Module
Assembly
Replace Regulator module assembly [14]
Suction level cannot be
adjusted
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5/Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
Damaged Diaphragm inside
regulator module
Replace Diaphragm [17] or regulator
module assembly [14]
Damaged/Missing O-ring, Quadring on regulator module
Replace O-ring [22] and/or Quad-ring [23]
Gauge assembly is damaged
Replace gauge assembly [8]
Knob stuck in full OFF or
full ON position
Excessive force applied
Rotate the knob [3] to free the Regulator
Module Assembly [14]
Suction level can be
adjusted without pushing
the knob in
Damaged drive gear
Replace drive gear [7]
Damaged actuator
Replace actuator occlude-to-set [10]
Damaged Knob
Replace knob [3]
Gauge won’t zero
Damaged gauge assembly
Replace gauge assembly [8]
INT mode not selected
Turn selector switch [34] to INT position
Timing Module Assembly not
assemble correctly
Assemble Timing Module Assembly [24] as
shown in diagram.
Damaged Selector switch
Replace Selector switch [34]
Damaged Selector switch
Replace Selector switch [34]
Missing O-ring on timing module
assembly
Replace O-ring [13] on Timing Module
Assembly [24]
Flow control valve is fully in
Adjust Flow control valve [28].
Evidence of Aspirant on patient port
of Timing Module Assembly (other
side of flow control valve)
Unit is contaminated - Follow your facilities
procedures for handling contaminated
products. (DO NOT SEND UNIT BACK TO
THE MANUFACTURER)
Timing Module Assembly adjusted
incorrectly
Adjust/Replace timing on timing module
assembly [24] as shown in section 9.1.
Damaged Timing Module Assembly
Replace Timing Module Assembly [24]
Damaged manifold Assembly
Replace manifold assembly [35]
Need to apply grease on stem on
regulator module
Apply grease on stem [18]
Blocked bleed hole orifice
Clean bleed hole orifice [32]
Damaged gauge assembly
Replace gauge assembly [8]
Damaged/Clogged Supply side or
Patient side fittings
Replace fittings if damaged/clogged
Retighten/Torque if found loose
Damaged regulator case
Replace regulator case [6]
Damaged diaphragm
Replace diaphragm [17]
Damaged/loose set screw
Replace/Adjust set screw 8700-0007-400.
Damaged vacuum relief assembly
Replace vacuum relief assembly
6700-0045-700.
Damaged vacuum relief assembly
Replace vacuum relief assembly and
follow section 7.5 suction level limit setting.
Erratic gauge movement
resulting from regulator
adjustment
Unit fails to cycle properly
in INT mode
Whistling/buzzing noise
from the unit
Gauge responds slowly to
changes in suction/failed
bleed down test
Vacuum relief valve
activates below specified
range
{PED and NEO ONLY}
Vacuum relief valve does
not activate at specified
range
{PED and NEO ONLY}
Note: [ ] indicate item number for reference from page 20.
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6/Service - Disassembly and Assembly
6.1 Service Tools and Equipment
CAUTION: Use of lubricants other than recommended,
may degrade plastic or rubber components.
2. Holding the unit face-up, carefully pull the case and
knob assembly off the backplate. Remove, clean,
and/or replace the cover strip.
The following items should be on hand during any
service procedure:
3. To remove the gauge assembly and foam, grasp
gauge and pull straight out. Lubricate or change
the gauge O-rings if needed.
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4. Remove actuator and Push-To-SetTM assembly.
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Supply Vacuum: 500 mmHg (66.7 kPa) minimum
and 80 LPM open air flow minimum
Phillips-head screwdriver, No. 2
Flat-head screwdriver, 1/4 inch
Phillips-head screwdriver, No. 1
Open-end adjustable wrench
Wooden toothpick (O-ring remover)
Tweezers (Filter remover)
Tubing clamp
1500 mL suction canister with lid
Bubble leak tester
Ball Vac Kote® 37951M or equivalent
Dow Corning® 111 grease (Ohio Medical P/N 67000074-200)
Loctite® 242 removable thread locker (Ohio Medical
P/N 0220-5016-300)
Stop watch or VACUTIMER (Ohio Medical P/N
6700-0438-800)
Vacuum Calibration Gauge, zero to full wall vacuum
range (0-760 mmHg/0-101.3 kPa), recommend
Dwyer® Series DPG-100 Digital Pressure Gauge
or equivalent (Dwyer Instruments, Inc., 219-8798000)
50 L/min Flowmeter, 6-50 L/min scale, recommend
Dwyer VFA-26 or equivalent (Dwyer Instruments)
10 L/min Flowmeter, 1-10 L/min scale, recommend
Dwyer VFB-66 or equivalent (Dwyer Instruments)
6.2 PTS-ISU
5. To remove the regulator module, grasp the stud
and rotate clockwise.
Note: To disassemble the regulator module, refer to
Section 6.3 Regulator Module.
6. Remove the Unilogic module by removing the 2
deep center side screws (No. 1 Phillips). Remove
and check beige filter, green filter and seven
O-rings. Replace filters if needed. Replace or
lubricate O-rings if needed.
7. If needed, remove the timing valve and the flow
control valve with a flat-head screwdriver. Replace
or lubricate the O-rings if needed.
8. Remove the detent plate and the mode selector
switch.
9. Remove the gauge bleed hole filter from the
manifold assembly. Replace if needed.
10. Grasp the positive pressure relief valve, and pull
from the manifold assembly. Replace if torn or
damaged.
11. If needed, remove the faceplate as follows:
a. Carefully peel back and remove label from the
knob.
b. Disconnect the knob from the drive gear by
grasping the knob to remove the knob screw.
c. Rotate the faceplate collar counter-clockwise to
remove.
d. Remove the faceplate.
6.2.1 Disassembly
WARNING: If the vacuum regulator is repaired
or disassembled in any manner, the service
checkout procedure must be performed
before using the equipment on a patient.
WARNING: To reduce service personnel exposure to
hazardous contamination, clean and disinfect
all suction equipment before disassembly.
CAUTION: The gauge assembly must be handled with
utmost care. Do not rest the gauge on its face.
Note: See Section 9.1 Illustrated Parts
1. Remove the four case screws from the back of the
unit.
12. Grab pull-tab on vacuum relief plug (or vacuum
relief valve on PED/NEO units) and pull to remove.
Replace if damaged.
6.2.2 Assembly
CAUTION: To prevent stripping the plastic case
threads, place the manifold screws in the holes
and turn counter-clockwise until it drops into the
original threads, then tighten the screws.
1. Before assembly, lubricate all O-rings and the
rubber surface on the inside of the mode selector
switch with a small amount of Dow Corning® 111
Valve Lubricant & Sealant, or equivalent.
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6/Service - Disassembly and Assembly
2. Place the gauge bleed hole filter in its proper
location.
3. Install the positive pressure relief valve and the
vacuum relief plug (or vacuum relief valve on PED/
NEO units).
4. Unilogic Module Assembly
10. Case Assembly
a. With the case facing up, place the faceplate
on the case.
b. Attach the faceplace collar by placing it on
the faceplate around the knob stem. Rotate
clockwise to tighten.
a. Install the beige and green filters in the Unilogic
module.
c. Place the drive gear inside the knob stem in
the back of the case.
b. Install the seven O-rings on the posts of the
Unilogic module.
d. Place the knob on top of the drive gear on the
front of the case and rotate the knob until its
keys align with the drive gear.
c. If removed during disassembly, install the
timing valves and/or flow control valve. Rotate
each clockwise about 3 turns from thread
engagement.
5. Mode Selector Switch Assembly
a. Place the mode selector switch on the manifold
assembly with the rubberized side down.
b.Place the detent plate on the manifold
assembly with the detent fingers facing down.
c. Install the Unilogic module. Push down until
all posts and O-rings are seated into manifold
assembly. Firmly tighten the two small screws
to maximum torque of 4 in-lbs (0.45 N-m).
d. After tightening the screws, test that the mode
selector switch’s movement is firm. Do not
over tighten the screws.
6. Install the regulator module assembly by placing
it in the manifold and turning counter-clockwise.
Rotate the module so that the flat sides of the stud
are vertical.
7. Install Push-To-SetTM assembly in the manifold.
8. Position the actuator on the Unilogic module over
the regulator module assembly and resting on the
Push-To-SetTM assembly.
9. Gauge Assembly
a. Place one O-ring on the gauge post on the
Unilogic module assembly.
b. Insert one O-ring into the gauge orifice. Ensure
O-ring is flush with the back of the gauge.
c. Attach the foam to the back of the gauge with
the short leg at the six o’clock position. Place
the gauge assembly on the gauge post on the
Unilogic module assembly and press down
firmly. Ensure the gauge assembly is properly
aligned.
e. Place the screw in the center of the knob and
tighten to fasten the drive gear to the knob.
f.
Place the label on the knob.
g. With the unit facing up, place the case
assembly on top of the unit.
h. Install and tighten the four screws in the back
of the unit.
11. Install adapters/probes and fittings.
Note: For proper installation of adapters/probes and
fittings, see Section 8.6 Installation Procedure
for Adapters/Probes and Fittings.
6.3 Regulator Module
Note: See Section 9.1 Illustrated Parts
CAUTION: Do not lubricate any internal components
of the regulator module assembly.
6.3.1Disassembly
1. Remove the quad-ring from the piston stem and
the O-ring from the housing. Lubricate or replace
if needed.
2. Lift and pull tabs to pry off and remove the cap.
3. Peel the diaphragm from the piston head.
4. With the piston head facing down, lift the housing
to separate.
5. Remove springs from the piston stem.
6.3.2Assembly
1. With the piston head facing down, place the springs
on the piston stem.
2. Place the housing over the piston and slide the
piston stem into the housing.
3. Place the quad-ring on the tip of the piston stem.
4. Place the O-ring on the housing.
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5. Fold the diaphragm and place it on the piston head.
6. Place the cap on the housing and press until it
snaps into place.
6.4 Digital Gauge
Important: BATTERY LOW INDICATOR: When a battery icon
appears on the gauge it indicates that the battery is
low. Please take the unit out of service immediately
and contact an Ohio Medical Customer Service
Representative for battery replacement.
Important: If the low battery condition is not addressed and
the battery becomes fully depleted, the gauge will
not show any readout, including the low battery icon
or gauge pressure. If the gauge were to go blank
during suctioning, the unit will continue to suction
and the intermittent feature will continue to operate.
Once completing that procedure, it is important to
immediately take the unit out of service and contact
an Ohio Medical Customer Service Representative
for battery replacement.
Note: Both batteries are positioned with the positive
side facing up relative to the display.
3. Connect an external vacuum test gauge to the
patient port.
4. Move the mode selector switch to | (CONT).
5. Slowly rotate the regulator module to increase the
vacuum level. Note the suction level at which the
relief valve opens. The relief valve should open at
140 mmHg ± 5 mmHg (18.7 kPa ± 0.7 kPa) on the
external test gauge.
6. If adjustment is required, grip the vacuum relief
valve firmly with pliers and rotate the screw about
1/8 turn with a screwdriver. Repeat the previous
step and check the suction level at which the valve
opens.
Note: Clockwise rotation will increase the suction
level at which the relief valve opens. Counterclockwise rotation will decrease it.
7. Lock the adjusting screw with a drop of removable
thread locker such as Loctite 242. Repeat step 5 to
verify the vacuum relief valve setting.
8. Re-attach the cover (see Section 6.2.2 Assembly).
6.4.1 Removal of Batteries
1. Remove digital gauge as described in Section
7.2.1 Disassembly.
2. Using a flat-head screwdriver, push batteries out
at a 45o angle.
6.4.2 Inserting Batteries
1. Place negative side of battery into battery slot
(battery will be at an angle).
WARNING: Excess Loctite® may seal the steel ball
to the seat. This will disable the vacuum
relief valve and may allow suction to exceed
the preset limit.
CAUTION:
When Loctite is used on the vacuum
relief safety valve, ensure that it only contacts
the metal parts. Loctite causes many plastic
parts to deteriorate.
2. Using a flat-head screwdriver, gently push in
positive battery contact while sliding battery in
place.
6.5.2 Vacuum Limiting Set Screw
Adjustment
6.5 Suction Level Limit Setting
6.5.2.1 Pediatric Unit
(PED and NEO Models ONLY)

WARNING: This Low Vacuum Limit Setting
Procedure must be followed when repairing
Low Vacuum Regulators. Failure to do
this may result in suction exceeding the
prescribed level.
6.5.1 Vacuum Relief Valve
Adjustment
1. Remove the cover (see Section 6.2.1 Disassembly).
2. Connect the supply vacuum to the adapter/probe
port.
1. Adjust the regulator until the unit’s gauge reads
135 mmHg (18.0 kPa).
2. Rotate the set screw located above the regulator
knob clockwise until it stops against the regulator
module and then place one drop of Loctite 242
onto the set screw.
3. Turn the regulator counter-clockwise then clockwise
until it stops against the set screw. Ensure that the
gauge reads 135 mmHg ± 5 mmHg (18.0 kPa ±
0.7 kPa) and that the relief valve does not activate.
For the digital unit, ensure that the gauge reads
135 mmHg ± 2 mmHg (18.0 kPa ± 0.3 kPa).
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6.5.2.2 Neonatal Unit
1. Adjust the regulator until the unit’s gauge reads
100 mmHg (13.3 kPa).
2. Rotate the set screw located above the regulator
knob clockwise until it stops against the regulator
module and then place one drop of Loctite 242
onto the set screw.
3. Turn the regulator counter-clockwise then
clockwise until it stops against the set screw.
Ensure that the gauge reads 100 mmHg ± 5 mmHg
(13.3 kPa ± 0.7 kPa) and that the relief valve does
not activate. For the digital unit, ensure that the
gauge reads between 99 mmHg and FULL (13.2
kPa and FULL).
7.1 Setup
1. Verify there is 500 mmHg ± 10 mmHg (66.7 kPa ±
1.3 kPa) vacuum on the supply gauge.
2. The supply open flow must be 80 LPM minimum.
3. Connect the supply vacuum to the adapter/probe
port.
4. Make certain leakage at the patient port connection
is no more than 1 LPM.
5. While observing the flowmeter with the knob still
pushed in, rotate the knob. Leakage should be no
more than 1 LPM. Release the knob and move the
mode selector switch to O (OFF).
7.3 Gauge Test
Note: Analog gauges are supplied with an accuracy
of ±5% of full scale deflection throughout their
range. See step 4 of Section 7.7 Regulation
Test.
Note: Digital gauges are supplied with an accuracy
of ±1% of full range at 22°C.
Note: All gauge needles should come to rest within
the zero range bracket or return to the stop pin
when no suction is being supplied. Gauges
which do not comply may be out of calibration.
Digital gauge should read “0” when no suction
is applied. No calibration required on digital
gauges.
Note: When checking the accuracy of the gauge on
the analog unit, be sure that the calibration
gauge has an accuracy of 1% of full scale
deflection or better.
1. Connect the regulator’s fitting/patient port to the
low calibration gauge with tubing.
2. Move the mode selector switch to | (CONT).
Patient/Fitting
Port
Vacutimer
Test
Gauge
OFF/ON
VACUUM PHASE
888
Occlusion
0-10 LPM
Flowmeter
0-50 LPM
Flowmeter
1500cc
Canister
Figure 9: Service Checkout Procedure Setup
7.2 Push-To-SetTM Test
1. Connect the 10 LPM flowmeter to the patient port.
2. Move the mode selector switch to | (CONT).
3. Set 200 mmHg (26.6 kPa) on the gauge and keep
the knob pushed in. For the pediatric unit set at
135 mmHg (18.0 kPa) and for the neonatal unit set
at 100 mmHg (13.3 kPa).
3. Ensure that the gauge is in agreement with the
low vacuum calibration gauge within ±10 mmHg
(± 1.3 kPa) for the adult model. For the PED/NEO
models, ensure that the calibration gauge is within
±8 mmHg (± 1.1 kPa). Recommended test points
are 40 and 80 mmHg (5.3 and 10.7 kPa) for the
adult/PED/NEO models and 140 mmHg (18.7 kPa)
for the adult model only.
4. Adult model ONLY: Push and rotate the suction
control knob fully clockwise. Ensure that the
vacuum calibration gauge reads at least 450
mmHg (60.0 kPa) and that the gauge on the unit is
in the FULL VAC range.
5. For the adult model ONLY: Move the mode selector
switch to |O|O (INT) and ensure that the vacuum
calibration gauge reads at least 400 mmHg (53.3
kPa).
6. Push and rotate the suction control knob fully
counter-clockwise (decrease) and verify the gauge
reading decreases to zero.
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7.4 Leak Test
7.4.1 Supply Side
Port
A
1. Connect the adapter/probe port to port “A” of the
bubble leak tester. Allow the fitting/patient port to
be open to air.
Port
B
2. Move the mode selector switch to O (OFF).
3. Connect port “B” of the bubble leak tester to the
supply vacuum regulated to 500 mmHg (66.7 kPa).
4. Wait 20 seconds. No more than 6 bubbles should
appear in the next ten seconds.
Prior to venting port “A” of the bubble leak tester to
atmosphere (i.e. turning the supply regulator off),
ensure the tubing from port “B” has been disconnected
from the adapter/probe port of the vacuum regulator.
Test Gauge
888
Adaptor/
Probe
Port
Port
A
Port
B
Figure 10: Bubble Leak Test - Supply Side
7.4.2 Patient Side
1. Connect the supply vacuum tubing to the adapter/
probe port.
2. Connect the fitting/patient port to port “A” of the
bubble leak tester with tubing. Allow port “B” of the
bubble leak tester to be open to air.
3. Rotate the suction control knob a minimum of one
full turn clockwise (increase). No bubbles should
appear in the next ten seconds.
4. Rotate the suction control knob fully counterclockwise (decrease).
5. Move the mode selector switch to | (CONT). No
bubbles should appear in the next ten seconds.
Fitting/
Patient
Port
Figure 11: Bubble Leak Test - Patient Side
7.5 Flow Test
Note: All PTS-ISU models should produce a
minimum of 25 LPM from the patient port given the
following conditions:
• The supply open flow is 80 LPM minimum.
• The supply vacuum pressure is 500 mmHg ± 10
mmHg.
• The unit has fittings on the fitting/patient
and adapter/probe ports with minimum inner
diameters of 0.140”.
• The unit is either directly connected to the vacuum
source, or connected with a tube no more than 4”
in length with a minimum inner diameter of 0.25”.
• The unit is connected to a flowmeter with a tube
no more than 4” in length with a minimum inner
diameter of 0.25”.
• The unit is set to 100 mmHg ± 5 mmHg (12.7 kPa
± 0.7 kPa) in | (CONT) mode.
• Adult models ONLY: the unit should produce a
minimum of 40 LPM at maximum vacuum in |
(CONT) mode.
7.5.1 Continuous Mode Flow Test
1. Connect the fitting/patient port to the 50 LPM
flowmeter.
2. Move the mode selector switch to | (CONT).
3. Set the unit to 100 mmHg ± 5 mmHg (12.7 kPa ±
0.7 kPa).
4. Release the suction control knob and verify that
the flow rate exceeds 25 LPM.
5. Adult models ONLY: Push and rotate the suction
control knob fully clockwise.
6. Release the suction control knob and verify that
the flow rate exceeds 40 LPM.
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7.5.2Intermittent Mode Flow Test
1. Remove the
Disassembly).
faceplate
(see
Section
6.2.1
2. Use a flat-head screwdriver to rotate the flow
control valve two turns counter-clockwise from its
seat.
3. Move the mode selector switch to | (CONT).
4. Set 120 mmHg (16.0 kPa) on the regulator gauge
(100 mmHg (13.3 kPa) for PED and 80 mmHg
(10.7 kPa) for NEO).
5. Connect the regulator fitting/patient port to the 10
LPM flowmeter.
6. Move the mode selector switch to |O|O (INT).
7. During the “ON” cycle, adjust the intermittent flow
rate to 8 LPM ± 1 LPM. To increase the flow rate
turn the valve counter-clockwise. To decrease the
flow rate turn the valve clockwise.
3. Occlude the fitting/patient port by inserting a plug
or clamping the tubing or connecting a Vacutimer
to fitting/patient port.(See Figure 9)
4. Move the selector switch to | (CONT).
5. Set 120 mmHg (16.0 kPa) on the regulator gauge
for the adult model. For the pediatric model, set the
regulator gauge to 100 mmHg (13.3 kPa) and for
the neonatal model, set the regulator gauge to 80
mmHg (10.7 kPa).
6. Move the mode selector switch to |O|O (INT) with
the fitting/patient port still occluded.
7. Wait 20 seconds. If the regulator does not
cycle "OFF" within 20 seconds, use a flat-head
screwdriver to rotate the "ON" timing valve stem
counter-clockwise and continue rotating until the
unit cycles "OFF" (Figure 14).
Flat-Head
Screwdriver
7.6 Timing Cycle Adjustment
WARNING: If the timing valves are turned all the
way clockwise, the PTS-ISU will not cycle.
Factory Settings:
“ON” Cycle: 15 seconds ± 3 seconds
“OFF” Cycle: 8 seconds ± 3 seconds
To set the timing cycles, perform the following
procedure.
Note: Please have a stop watch or a Vacutimer on
hand to measure the length of the timing cycles.
“OFF”
Valve
“ON”
Valve
1. Rotate the collar which is located directly behind
the suction control knob counter-clockwise until
loose (Figure 12).
Brass Flow
Control Valve
2. Unhook the faceplate by pulling it forward until it is
loose and rotates downward (Figure 13).
Fitting/Patient
Port
Figure 14: Setting Timing Cycles and
Intermittent Flow Rate
8. Wait 20 seconds. If the regulator does not
cycle "ON" within 20 seconds, use a flat-head
screwdriver to rotate the "OFF" timing valve stem
counter-clockwise and continue rotating until the
unit cycles "ON".
Collar
Faceplate
Figure 12
Figure 13
9. Once the regulator has completed an “ON” and
“OFF” cycle, fine tune each cycle to the desired
time by adjusting the corresponding valve. To
increase the time, turn the timing valve stem
clockwise. To decrease the time, turn the timing
valve stem counter-clockwise.
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Note: Start by using half turn increments to adjust the
timing. As the target time is approached, use finer
adjustments, e.g., 1/8 turn, to reach the desired timing.
7.8.2 Continuous Mode
10. Re-attach the faceplace by rotating it upward and
2. Set 120 mmHg (16.0 kPa) on the regulator gauge
for the adult model. For the pediatric model, set the
regulator gauge to 100 mmHg (13.3 kPa) and for
the neonatal model, set the regulator gauge to 80
mmHg (10.7 kPa).
snapping it in place.
11. Tighten the collar (located behind the suction
control knob) by rotating it clockwise to tighten.
7.7 Regulation Test
1. Remove any equipment attached to the patient
port.
2. Set the unit to 100 mmHg (13.3 kPa).
3. Open and close the fitting/patient port several times
to create various flow rates through the regulator.
4. With the fitting/patient port occluded, the gauge
should return to the setting listed in step 2 within
the following tolerances:
•
For analog units, the gauge should return to ±
10 mmHg (± 1.3 kPa) for the adult model and ±
8 mmHg (± 1.1 kPa) for the PED/NEO models.
•
For digital units, the gauge should return to ±
2 mmHg (± 0.3 kPa) for the adult/PED models
and ± 1 mmHg (± 0.1 kPa) for the NEO model.
7.8 Vacuum Build-up/Bleeddown Test
7.8.1 Intermittent Mode
1. Move the mode selector switch to |O|O (INT).
2. Connect the regulator fitting/patient port to the
1500 mL suction canister with lid.
3. Set 120 mmHg (16.0 kPa) on the regulator gauge
for the adult model. For the pediatric model, set the
regulator gauge to 100 mmHg (13.3 kPa) and for
the neonatal model, set the regulator gauge to 80
mmHg (10.7 kPa).
4. During the “ON” cycle, check that the suction
increases to the preset 120 mmHg (16.0 kPa) for
the adult model, 100 mmHg (13.3 kPa) for the
pediatric model, and 80 mmHg (10.7 kPa) for the
neonatal model within 5 seconds or less on the
regulator gauge.
5. During the “OFF” cycle, check that the suction
decreases to zero on the regulator gauge (zero
stop pin for analog gauge) within 5 seconds.
6. If the regulator fails either the build-up or bleeddown test, replace the regulator module.
1. Move the mode selector switch to | (CONT).
3. Move the mode selector switch to O (OFF)
and observe the gauge. Check that the suction
decreases to zero on the regulator gauge (zero
stop pin for analog gauge) within 10 seconds.
8.1 General Maintenance of
Suction Equipment
WARNING: The Pre-use Checkout Procedure must
be performed before using this equipment on
each patient. If the regulator fails any part
of the Pre-use Checkout Procedure, it must
be removed from service and repaired by
qualified service personnel.
WARNING: If the unit has been contaminated,
clean and disinfect all suction equipment
before disassembly.
PTS-ISU should be kept in use or used on a rotating
basis. Internal parts of unused equipment may tend to
deteriorate.
Maintenance of the vacuum piping system is as
important as maintenance of the suction equipment.
The use of collection canisters with reliable shut-off
valves, overflow safety trap assemblies and disposable
suction filters will protect the regulator, wall outlet, and
piping system. The flow rate at the wall outlet should
be checked on a yearly basis and suitable cleaning of
the outlets should be performed as needed. The flow
rate measurement should meet NFPA®99 and/or ISO®
standards.
Routine maintenance and inspection are important to
the performance of suction equipment. The following is
a recommended list for care of suction equipment after
each patient use.
1. Keep connecting tubing, fittings and adapters/
probes clean.
2. Wipe all exterior surfaces with a solution of water
and mild detergent or approved cleaning solutions.
3. Perform a careful visual inspection of the vacuum
regulator.
4. Check that the high flow disposable suction filter is
clean and in good condition.
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5. Check that all tubing is in good condition and
connected securely to the correct ports.
6. Check the floats in the Overflow Protection Device
and collection canister for correct operation.
7. Perform the Pre-use Checkout Procedure.
8.2 Recommended Maintenance
Schedule
We recommend the following to determine the
maintenance schedule appropriate for each facility:
1. Periodically (as required, but no less than
annually) inspect the overall condition of the
vacuum regulator. Test gauge accuracy (Section
7.3 Gauge Test) and perform the pre-use checkout
procedure (See PTS-ISU Instrucitons for Use for
the Pre-use Checkout Procedure). If the regulator
does not pass, refer to troubleshooting (Section 5
Troubleshooting).
2. Determine a maintenance schedule based on
data from your periodic inspections. Follow the
guidelines below.
8.2.1Maintenance Schedule
Item
Minimum Frequency
Comments
Service Checkout Procedure
Every 24 months or as required
If the regulator does not pass, refer to
troubleshooting (Section 6 Troubleshooting).
Repair as needed
Elastomeric parts, O-rings,
gaskets, diaphragms, internal
filters
As required
Cleaning, lubrication and replacement interval
depends on hours of usage and environmental
conditions. Replace, lubricate, and repair as
needed
8.3 Repair Policy
8.5 Return Instructions
WARNING: To reduce transportation personnel and/
or service personnel exposure to hazardous
contamination, clean and disinfect all suction
equipment before shipping for service.
1. Clean and disinfect the vacuum regulator.
CAUTION: Do not steam autoclave or liquid sterilize
the PTS-ISU. Severe impairment to the operation
of the regulator will result. The only acceptable
method of sterilization is with gas (ethylene
oxide).
CAUTION: Only competent individuals trained in the
repair of this equipment should attempt service.
Do not use malfunctioning equipment. Make all
necessary repairs. Have the equipment repaired by
qualified service personnel or by Ohio Medical. After
repair, perform the Service Checkout Procedure
to ensure that the product is functioning properly,
and complies with the manufacturer’s published
specifications.
8.4 Technical Assistance
If technical assistance is required, contact Ohio
Medical technical support at +1 857-855-0500 or toll
free at 866-549-6446.
2. Package securely for protection, preferably in the
original container.
3. Include a letter describing in detail any difficulties
experienced with the product. Include the person,
title, and telephone number to contact for functional
questions.
4. If the vacuum regulator is covered under warranty,
include the warranty information that came with the
device and a copy of the invoice.
5. Call toll free 866-549-6446 or +1 847-855-0500
and ask customer service for an RMA number to
include with your shipment.
6. Ship the vacuum regulator prepaid. Write your
return address and billing address information on
the package or letter that comes with the package.
For Warranty and non-warranty repairs, mail the
package to
Ohio Medical Corporation
1111 Lakeside Drive
Gurnee, IL 60031 USA
RMA #_________________
In other locations contact your nearest Ohio Medical
office or authorized Ohio Medical distributor.
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8.6 Installation Procedure for
Adapters/Probes and Fittings
1. Prior to installing the fittings wrap the thread with
Teflon tape Ohio Medical P/N 6700-1987-800 or
equivalent.
CAUTIONS:
2. Apply appropriate torque 4.0 ft-lb (5.4 N-m)
minimum to 10.0 ft-lb (13.6 N-m) maximum.
Do not use any Loctite® products or any products which
contain Methacrylate Ester as an active ingredient to
seal the threads on the adapters/probes and fittings.
All Ohio Medical regulators are supplied with 1/8”
NPT female ports. The standard port facilitates simple
adaptation to any quick disconnect system. Fittings
are available from Ohio Medical to adapt to your quick
connect system. We recommend you purchase the
appropriate fittings with your regulator at the time of
purchase. The fittings will then be factory installed prior
to shipping.
In the event that you must assemble or disassemble
fittings, please follow these instructions:
3. Adapters/Probe and fittings which are not
keyed for specific orientation, should be torque
approximately 6.0 ft-lb (8.1 N-m).
4. Adapters/Probes and fittings that are keyed to
specific orientation, must be torque initially to 4.0
ft-lbs (5.4 N-m). Additional torque is applied only
until orientation is correct.
5. Make sure wall adapter are installed to specific
orientation so that they are mount straight on wall.
6. The regulator is now ready to be place in service
on your suction system.

Wall Adapter
Port (Rear)
®

Patient Connection
Port (Bottom)
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9.1 Illustrated Parts
Item
Part Number
Description
1.
8700-0005-100
Knob Label
1
2.
6700-0078-400
Knob and Timing Module Screw
3
3.
8700-0017-500
Knob
1
4.
8700-0019-500
Faceplate Collar
1
5.
8700-0014-500
8700-0098-500
8700-0055-500
Faceplate/Adult
Faceplate/Neonatal
Faceplate/Pediatric
1
1
1
6.
8700-0011-500
8700-0059-500
8700-0060-500
8700-0061-500
8700-0062-500
8700-0063-500
8700-0064-500
Case, Regulator (Analog or Digital, standard)
Case, Regulator (Digital, Purple)
Case, Regulator (Digital, Red)
Case, Regulator (Digital, Blue)
Case, Regulator (Digital, Yellow)
Case, Regulator (Digital, Lt. Blue)
Case, Regulator (Digital, Pink)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7.
8700-0021-500
Drive Gear
1
8.
8700-0002-400
VR-DGP-200MM
VR-DGP-760MM
VR-DGP-100MM
VR-DGP-160MM
8700-0020-400
8700-0025-400
ANSI Gauge Assembly, Analog, 0-200 mmHg
Gauge Assembly, Digital, 0-200 mmHg
Gauge Assembly, Digital, 0-760 mmHg
Gauge Assembly, Digital, 0-100 mmHg
Gauge Assembly, Digital, 0-160 mmHg
ISO Gauge Assembly, Analog, 0-200 mmHg
ISO Gauge Assembly, Analog, 0-160 mmHg
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9.
8700-0047-500
Gauge Mount Foam
1
10.
8700-0015-500
Actuator
1
11.
8700-0002-700
Push-To-SetTM Assembly
1
12.
8700-0038-500
Cover Strip
1
13.
0210-0526-300
O-Ring, 9/32 OD x 5/32 ID x 1/16 W
8
14.
8700-0001-700
Regulator Module Assembly
1
15.
8700-0006-500
Cap
1
16.
8700-0046-500
Cap Plug
1
17.
8700-0008-500
Diaphragm
1
18.
8700-0007-500
Piston with stem
1
19.
8700-0011-400
Spring, 0.475” ID
1
20.
8700-0012-400
Spring, 0.246” ID
1
21.
8700-0005-500
Housing
1
22.
8700-0023-500
O-Ring, -018 Nitrile
1
23.
8700-0024-500
Quad-Ring, -006 Nitrile
1
24.
8700-0004-700
Unilogic Module Assembly (with valves)
1
25.
0221-5879-300
Filter, Green
1
26.
0221-5880-300
Filter, Beige
1
27.
8700-0006-700
Timing Valve
2
28.
8700-0007-700
Flow Control valve
1
29.
6700-0115-400
Positive Pressure Relief Valve
1
30.
8700-0039-500
Vacuum Relief Plug
1
31.
0206-5159-300
Bleed Hole Filter
1
32.
6700-0121-400
Bleed Hole Orifice
1
33.
8700-0040-500
Detent Plate
1
34.
8700-0130-500
Mode Selector Switch
1
35.
8700-0003-700
Manifold Assembly
1
36.
6700-0151-400
Manifold Screw
4
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For information on ANSI and/or ISO configurations, fittings, adapters, and accessories, refer to Ohio Medical’s
Suction and Oxygen Therapy Product and Accessory Catalog.
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Timing Module
Assembly (#24)
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9/Ordering Information
9.2ACCESSORIES
Description
Disposable Hydrophilic Filter
Part Number
6730-0350-800
20 Pack
6730-0351-800
200 Pack
Disposable Hydrophobic Filter
Tubing x Tubing nipple
6730-0570-800
3 Pack
6730-0571-800
10 Pack
6730-0572-800
50 Pack
Disposable Hydrophobic Filter
1/8 NPT x Tubing nipple
6730-0580-800
3 Pack
6730-0581-800
10 Pack
6730-0582-800
50 Pack
Tubing
6700-0005-300
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