Owner`s Manual for Dentalaire Prestige Dental Stations

Owner`s Manual for Dentalaire Prestige Dental Stations
Owner’s Manual
for Dentalaire Prestige
Dental Stations
Toll Free (800) 866-6881
Fax (714) 540-9947
www.dentalaireproducts.com
17150 Newhope Street, Suite 407, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
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Limited Warranty
DENTALAIRE warrants it products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship only. No other warranties are expressed or implied.
Air Compressors & Portable Dental Units
All compressors and portable dental units including wall mount dental units are warranted for one (1) year. High speed turbines are warranted for six (6) months. The
High Speed Handpiece is warranted for one (1) year. Slow Speed Handpiece and
Ultrasonic Scalers are warranted for two (2) years. The Sonic Air Scaler Handpiece
is warranted for one (1) year. Warranty is limited to repair, parts or replacement of
item by Dentalaire. WARRANTY IS VOID IF ITEMS ARE CARELESSLY USED
OR IMPROPERLY MAINTAINED OR IMPROPERLY INSTALLED. NO CLAIM FOR
LABOR OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WILL BE ALLOWED.
Instruments
All DENTALAIRE and Vetcare Dental Instruments are warranted for one (1) year.
If any of our instruments break, chip, or bend during any dental procedure, Dentalaire will replace the instrument at no charge. Defective item must be returned
to us for exchange.
Terms
Net 30 days on approved accounts. A service charge of 1-1/2% per month (order
only) will be charged on past due accounts. All prices subject to change without
notice. All prices are FOB Fountain Valley, California or Houston, Texas. 15%
handling charge on all returned items, unless deemed defective. Returned items
must be shipped prepaid. Items may not be returned without factory authorization.
International orders must be accompanied by an irrevocable Letter of Credit. All
shipping to be paid by customer.
When placing your order please include product number, description and quantity.
Also your purchase order number, shipping date required and method of shipping.
SET UP PROCEDURE FOR DENTALAIRE DENTAL STATIONS
Step 1: Open crate using a large screwdriver. Please check crate for any damages and report them
to Dentalaire at (800)866-6881 immediately or note on paperwork while receiving a damaged
unit.
Step 2: Loosen the bolts at cross-member with a 7/16 wrench or socket as it should be carefully
rolled and gently lifted out of the crate.
Step 3: Carefully remove all the packing material that goes around the tubing for the high and
low speed handpieces. Also the tubing that goes to the piezo scaler tubing. Please remove all
other packing material.
Step 4: First remove the three large zip ties off of the compressor. On the side of the compressor
opposite the purge valve, connect the Air Intake Filter. This is the black mushroom shaped cap, that
screws on where the red cap is. The hole that you can see and feel on the Air Intake Filter should
be at 12:00, not 6:00. It you have it at 6:00 oil can leak out. This should be cleaned yearly with
soapy water or alcohol, rinsed well and put back on. The Air Intake Filter keeps the compressor
running quietly and also keeps foreign debris out of the motor.
Step 5: Open the 22 oz. bottle of synthetic compressor oil. At the top of the compressor is the
oil fill hole. This is where you are to put the oil. Unscrew and start adding the oil. Go slowly
and empty the bottle by about half to two thirds empty. Wait a few minutes as the oil takes some
time to go into the compressor. Slowly add some more oil and wait until you see the oil in the
glass eye on the side of the compressor and stop when it gets to the mid level (the red line). In
most cases you will usually use about 7/8th of the bottle. Add oil until level in sight glass is half
full while motor is not running. The oil level must be half full on the sight glass. On any mobile
dental station it is easier to fill the compressor with oil, when the table is at its highest 36” level,
not when it is right above the compressor. Please change the oil yearly. Make sure to raise the
table before putting in the compressor oil.
Step 6: Take the 2 water bottles off of the machine and fill with distilled water leaving about two
inches of air space at the top.
Step 7: Connect the power cord to 110 Vac grounded receptacle and place compressor power
switch in the “ON” position, which means the switch on top of compressor is turned clockwise.
On units that have a scaler or a fiber-optic system, you will also need to hit the switch underneath
the table part of the mobile dental station.
Step 8: Unpack both handpieces and find the “Once A Day” Spray Handpiece Lubricant. Lubricate highspeed drill only, the slowspeed polisher is lube free. Insert the spray tip of the Once A
Day Spray into the drive port at the base of the handpiece, spray once and then remove. Do this
for highspeed drill only.
Step 9: Attach the handpieces to the appropriately labeled tubing located on the tubing connectors.
Step 10 - Depress the foot control for 5–10 seconds to permit air to purge excess lubricant from
the highspeed handpiece. Do not lubricate any other handpiece. The slowspeed is a lube free
handpiece.
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Lubricating Handpiece
Attaching Handpiece
CAUTION: Do not operate any handpiece without a bur, prophy angle, contra angle or bur blank
tightened securely in place. Permanent Turbine/Chuck damage will result!
Step 11: Next open up the bag containing the parts to your piezo electric ultrasonic scaler. There
are two blue rubber sleeves, to install simply slip over the handpiece. You have two dental inserts
which come with your scaler. One is # 32, which is your flat or wide tip. This is for heavy duty
scaling. The other is # 39, which is your fine or universal tip. Typically used for your fine or delicate scaling. Many clinics will use this subgingivally. These tips are screwed into place using one
of the two wrenches which come with this unit. Now you gently screw the dental tip into place.
Finger tight is all that’s required. Dentalaire also carries a true Perio Tip for subgingival scaling.
It is a little longer and thinner than the Universal Tip (# 39). DTP00786 is the order number for
the Special/Perio Tip (# 33).
Dental Inserts
Step 12: Please make sure the water switch is on and the water flow control knob is open. Counterclockwise is open (to the left), clockwise is all the way shut (turning all the way to the right).
The little button on the foot control activates the piezo electric scaler only. The power setting is
usually set at around 60–80. If you do an enormous amount of dentals, e.g. 15–20 a day, 5 days
a week, you could wear these tips out in 3–4 months.
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Scaler Control
Board
Handpiece
Pressure
Gauge
026-003
1/4" Blue
1/8" Blue
1/4" Sterling
1/8" Sterling
1/4" Clear
1/8" Clear
Foot Control
126-000
Scaler Control
Handpiece
Flow
Adj. Block
113-021
Shuttle
Valve
014-012
To Syringe
Mini Regulator
128-018
To Lo-Speed
Handpiece
Lo-Speed
Non-Retraction
Water Relay Valve
123-000
To Scaler
Scaler Water Flow
121-000
HP Select
014-006
HP Coolant Flow
121-000
Syringe
Bottle Select
014-010
Master Unit
On/Off
120-000
Tee
Illumination Control
Board
Air In
Out to
Foot Control
High-Speed Handpiece operates at pressures of 38 to 40 PSI and attains a speed of 350,000 to
400,000 RPM. The water mist helps to keep the handpiece motor and bur cool, as well as the
patient’s tooth cool while doing restorations, cutting or rotary prophy scaling procedures.
Constant preventive maintenance is essential in caring for handpieces. If they are not properly
cleaned and lubricated, abrasives such as finely ground tooth, metal will cause excessive wear
and undue vibration.
When inserting and removing burs from handpieces, use the bur tool by holding it between the
thumb and forefinger. Slide the bur tool over the head of the handpiece. Pull the wrench knob
away from the head, then push the knob back to engage the chuck. The square tip of the wrench
must fit into the square hole inside of the handpiece head (this is the chuck). To remove the bur,
rotate the wrench one full turn Counter Clockwise until the bur is free. To tighten, rotate the
wrench one full turn Clockwise until the bur is secure.
Never overtighten the bur, as serious damage can result to the chuck and bur tool.
On units that have a push button bur changer, to insert the bur simply push your thumb on the back
cap of the high speed handpiece to engage the chuck. You will feel a click, and then you insert the
bur all the way as far as you can. To take out repeat the above step and then pull out the bur.
To Hi-Speed
Handpiece
OPERATION OF HANDPIECES
HP Illumination
Your dental station comes with a high-speed and a Low-speed handpiece. The high-speed is for
drilling and sectioning of the teeth. The low speed is used mainly for polishing. It also can have
an air scaler or a piezo scaler, which is used to scale (clean) the teeth.
Amdent Scaler
SELECTION OF HANDPIECES
2 Handpiece Automatic Control
J-4300
CAUTION: Never, ever use worn out tips. This will result in severe damage to the handpiece and
could cost you a lot to get it repaired. Please routinely check the tips by using the chart provided,
which shows expected tip wear. Remember, if you are having to constantly adjust the power setting up, the tips are probably worn and need to be replaced.
To clean the tips, do the following:
1.
Brush off and rinse the tip with water.
2.
It can be sterilized with a cold sterile solution or put in a ultrasonic cleaner.
3.
Autoclave the tips at 275°F for no longer than 15 minutes.
Enjoy your new dental unit. Please call us at (800)866-6881 if you have any questions. We are
here to help in any way we can.
• For High-speed, slowspeed polisher, blue metal airscaler, prophy angles and contra angles
questions, ask for Debbie McCullah.
• For Technical Questions on dental machines, call Paul, Daniel and Wes.
• For all other questions, ask for Daniel Strange.
Please note: If you have any kind of damage, please notify Dentalaire right away. We have a two
week window where we can make a claim if there are any damages to the dental station. After
that, if you get a dental station from us, have it for a month, open it up and then find damages, we
cannot get any kind of credit from our shipper. This makes it very difficult for all parties involved.
Thanks for your help in this matter.
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Push Button Bur
Bur Tool Changing
If you do not put the bur in all the way it will damage the chuck. You will then need to purchase
a new turbine for your high speed handpiece.
Slow-Speed Handpiece operates at pressures of 40 PSI and generates speeds from a crawl to
5500 RPM depending on the pressure applied to the foot control. The slow speed should be
placed on the right side of the delivery system (dry side), as no coolant is needed for the slow
speed procedures.
As with the high speed handpiece, always read and follow manufacturer’s instructions for operation, lubrication, cleaning, and sterilization for the slow speed motor and attachments.
FORWARD/REVERSE RING
Slow-Speed Handpiece
Nose Portion Swivels 360° To Reduce Hand Fatigue
Non-Retraction Water Relay Valve
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To attach prophy angles, contra angles, cutting wheels or handpiece burs to the handpiece, simply
turn lock ring to unlock position slide in prophy angle then turn to lock position. Please note: If
the prophy angle ever gets stuck, once you have removed it you can squirt a little Once A Day
Spray Lubricant into the bottom of the prophy angle. This should help resolve the problem.
CAUTION: Do not run slow-speed unless an angle or bur is installed as serious chuck damage
will result.
CLEANING OF HIGH-SPEED and SLOW-SPEED HANDPIECES
Before cleaning procedures the bur must be removed from the handpiece. The handpiece must
be cleaned with a brush or wiped with alcohol after each patient.
Never use any type of chemicals to clean these handpieces. This includes Nolvasan, Roccal D,
chemicals used in Ultrasonic cleaners. These cleaners will ruin the turbines and bearings in the
handpieces.
STERILIZATION OF HIGH and SLOW-SPEED HANDPIECES
1.
2.
3.
4.
The handpiece must be sterilized by autoclave for 15 minutes at 135°C (275°F).
Do not exceed 275°F when autoclaving.
Only use non chlorine products, and no chemical solutions.
Do not sterilize the high speed handpiece with the bur inserted. Also, never sterilize the
low speed with the prophy angle attached.
Always lubricate the handpieces before you autoclave them, then once handpiece has
returned to room temperature you should lubricate it again.
REPAIR AND REPLACING THE HIGH-SPEED CARTRIDGE
Only use the original replacement turbines, for total assurance of quality control and product life.
The cartridge is a fragile instrument. Please call our service department if you have questions or
need help in replacing this part.
DA400RC – Standard Type Turbine
DA400RCA – Push Button Turbine w/Cap
DASKA485 – Push Button Turbine Only
3-Way IC Syringe
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WATER COOLANT
ADDING WATER TO DENTAL SYSTEM
Slowly remove water bottle from pressure manifold assembly and add distilled water only. Leave
approximately two inches of air space at the top. Replace bottle, tighten until secure.
AIR / WATER SYRINGE
All of our dental stations come with an air / water syringe installed and ready to use. Depress
the left button for water only. Depress the right button for air only. Depress both buttons to get
a mist spray.
MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTALAIRE DENTAL SYSTEMS
COMPRESSOR
Oil Change: Please change the oil in the compressor once a year. To change the oil, you want
to start by taking the compressor out of the Cart Frame, unplugging the black power cord and
main Air line then remove the white cover off of the compressor by removing the six bolts at
the bottom. Now tilt the compressor away from you and unscrew the site glass indicator. Tip the
compressor forward and pour the oil into a small bucket or coffee can. Next screw the site glass
back on. Put the white cover back over the compressor and screw in the six bolts.
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Please refer to our Compressor Maintenance Guide Chart below to help you keep the compressor
running in top form.
COMPRESSOR MAINTENANCE GUIDE CHART
service and maintenance log
Service Performed
1. Initial Installation
Date
Serviced By
AIR / WATER SYRINGE
Air or water leakage from the syringe is due to either worn or defective O-Rings or button
assemblies.
To rebuild syringe first remove the pin on the side of the housing, and then simply pull out the
button straight out of the syringe head. Remove all water deposits off buttons & cylinders.
Lubricate the buttons with a non-petroleum based lubricant. Reinstll the Air/Water buttons.
Reinsert the pin through houing. Syringe Rebuild Kit Item # A113-403
ORAL ILLUMINATION
This refers to the high speed handpieces that have a fiber-optic system. This unit will periodically
require a change in the Halogen Light Bulb. Here’s how to change the bulb:
1.
Please make sure you are wearing gloves (before) handling the new bulb. The oils from
your body will ruin the new halogen bulb.
2.
Slide both sleeves back from the connector nut exposing bulb on side of housing.
3.
Remove old bulb.
4.
Install new bulb.
5.
Place bulb back into housing
6.
Slide sleeve over housing..
7.
Reinstall high speed handpiece.
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DA400FOB - Fiber-optic Halogen Replacement Bulb
Changing bulb on
High-speed Handpiece
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
I. NO COOLANT WATER
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Water bottle empty.
Flow control knob is closed.
On / Off toggle is off.
High speed handpiece is in the low speed position
Faulty water relay valve.
Plugged coolant port in handpiece
II . COOLANT WATER DOES NOT SHUT OFF
1.
2.
Faulty water relay valve.
Water On / Off toggle left on
III. COOLANT WATER LEAKING FROM HANDPIECE
1.
2.
3.
Missing or damaged handpiece connector gasket.
Faulty water relay valve.
Slow speed handpiece is in the high speed position.
IV. MORE THAN ONE HANDPIECE RUNS AT THE SAME TIME
1.
2.
Handpieces are not positioned all the way down in the holders.
Faulty auto block diaphragm.
V. AIR / WATER SYRINGE PROBLEMS
1.
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Water drips from tip.
a)
Faulty valve core
Button blow out.
a)
Tip is plugged at the end.
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3.
4. b)
Tip is not installed all the way into the into the Air Water Sprayer. (Loosen nut, press tip
further into connector and tighten nut while holding the tip in)
c)
Faulty o-ring in tip adapter.
Air or water leaks from buttons when in use.
a)
Faulty buttons.
Low air or water flow cont:
a)
Improper regulator adjustment
b)
Empty water bottle
c)
Kinked supply tubing.
d)
Plugged tubing.
e)
Plugged syringe head
I. THE SCALER WON’T RUN
1.
Faulty foot control popped valve.
Foot control tubing connected backwards.
Handpiece has been over pressurized.
Check power source. Check tank pressure (compressor will not turn on if tank is fully pressurized).
Faulty starting capacitor (replace).
Compressor is over-heated and the thermal safety switch is off. (Let unit cool and it will come on automatically, usually in 20 - 30 minutes).
IX. HANDPIECE LACKS POWER
1.
2.
3.
4.
Inadequate tank pressure.
Improper regulator pressure (reset regulator).
Improper individual handpiece pressure adjustment.
Faulty foot control.
5.
6.
7.
Handpiece connector gasket is missing.
Directional selector ring is not rotated all the way into forward or reverse. (Slow speed handpiece only)
Faulty handpiece tubing.
X. COMPRESSOR RUNS, BUT WON’T PRESSURIZE FULLY
1. 2. 3. Check main power , main fuse, On / Off Switch.
II. WEAK OR NO TIP VIBRATION
VIII. COMPRESSOR WON’T TURN ON
1.
3.
4.
Regulator pressure is low or off.
Supply tubing from regulator to control head is kinked.
Faulty foot control.
Handpiece directional ring is between forward and reverse (slow speed handpiece only).
Faulty handpiece turbine.
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE FOR BUILT IN AMDENT PIEZO SCALER
VII. HANDPIECE TUBING BLOWS OFF
1.
Handpiece has been run for too long a time and the 50% duty cycle has been exceeded.
XII. UNIT IS PRESSURIZED BUT HANDPIECE DOES NOT RUN
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
VI. FOOT CONTROL HISSES
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Increase the power control setting.
Check to see if tip is tightened properly.
The tip is worn out, replace with new tip.
Change to a new handpiece.
Faulty air switch.
Change back to the old handpiece and then replace the electronic part.
Replace both the handpiece and electronic part.
III. INSUFFICIENT WATER SPRAY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn the knob to full open position.
Check / replace water filter.
Check all water connections. Be sure there is no leakage or kinked tubing.
Remove the tip, if the water is dripping from the handpiece, replace the tip.
Check the delivery unit’s control block that activates the water out to the scaler handpiece
is working properly.
FOOT CONTROL TO ULTRASONIC
“PIEZO” SCALER
This foot pedal has two buttons, one large and
one small. The large button is for operating the
high and low speed handpieces. The small button
is for operating the piezo scaler only.
Plug is on the air inlet. Replace with air filter.
Compressor tank drain valve is leaking air.
Faulty check valve between compressor and filter tank.
XI. COMPRESSOR OVERHEATS
1.
2.
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Air inlet is plugged.
Handpiece pressure is set too high.
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