“Puma Evo” Unit

“Puma Evo” Unit
"Puma Evo" UNIT; INSTRUCTIONS USE AND MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK
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CASTELLINI S.p.A.
Via Saliceto, 22
40013 CASTEL MAGGIORE
BOLOGNA (ITALY)
Tel (int. code) + 051700877
Fax (int. code) + 051701056
E mail: [email protected]
INSTRUCTIONS USE AND MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLATION
Puma Evo
family
Medical Device for Dentistry
385 . 2E . L06
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Part I - Instructions use and maintenance handbook ...................................................................................... 3
Important notice ............................................................................................................................................................... 4
Setting-up procedures ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
Maintenance and revisions ................................................................................................................................................. 7
Informations about conformity by “Puma Evo” dental equipment at CEI EN 60601-1-2 Norms - 2001 Edition ........................... 8
Technical data equipment ................................................................................................................................................ 10
Unit identification label .................................................................................................................................................... 11
Medical devices applies to the unit - Unit operations........................................................................................................... 13
Pictures and descriptions ................................................................................................................................................. 14
Foot control functions ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
Chair movements ............................................................................................................................................................ 20
Autosteril/Time Flushing System....................................................................................................................................... 22
Separate supply system ................................................................................................................................................... 24
Suction systems (optional) ............................................................................................................................................... 25
Conversion of the “Puma Evo” unit from right-handed to left-handed configuration(only for ambidextrous dental units) .......... 26
Disinfection and sterilization............................................................................................................................................. 27
Equipment sanitization schedule ....................................................................................................................................... 29
Routine maintenance....................................................................................................................................................... 30
Routine maintenance program.......................................................................................................................................... 33
Products to be used with the Castellini dental unit ............................................................................................................. 34
Part II – Operating lamp “Luna”..................................................................................................................... 35
Technical data................................................................................................................................................................. 36
Pictures and descriptions - Replacement of the bulb........................................................................................................... 37
Focusing of the “Luna” operating light - Cleaning of the optical parts - Pantograph arm regulation ........................................ 38
Overall dimensions .......................................................................................................................................................... 39
Part III – Operating instruments ................................................................................................................... 40
“Threesteril” Syringe........................................................................................................................................................ 41
“Multisteril 2 Titanium” Syringe......................................................................................................................................... 43
“Cleanair 2000” - “Cleanlight 2000” Turbine ...................................................................................................................... 45
"Hi–Power 2 Ceramic" – "Titanium Gold 2" - "Titanium Gold 2 Miniature" Turbine ................................................................ 49
“Implantor 2” and " Implantor 2L” Micromotor................................................................................................................... 53
"Piezosteril 5" - "Piezolight 5" Scaler handpiece ................................................................................................................. 56
"Leda" Polymerizing Lamp................................................................................................................................................ 59
Part IV – Instructions for the installation ...................................................................................................... 61
Essential requirements..................................................................................................................................................... 62
Permitted environmental conditions for transport and storage............................................................................................. 63
Installing the chair and the unit........................................................................................................................................ 64
Installing the right-hand unit ............................................................................................................................................ 67
Installing the dental unit (only ambidextrous units) ............................................................................................................ 68
Installing the scialytic lamp post(only ambidextrous units) .................................................................................................. 77
Installing the scialytic lamp post and levelling (model for right-hand dental unit).................................................................. 78
Safety covers .................................................................................................................................................................. 79
Replacing the lamp of the negatoscope for intraoral X-Rays................................................................................................ 82
Adjusting the tension of the levers on the instrument tray model S.P.R.I ............................................................................. 83
Adjusting the working pressures ....................................................................................................................................... 84
Overall dimensions .......................................................................................................................................................... 85
Unit hydraulic systems ..................................................................................................................................................... 88
Unit electric systems........................................................................................................................................................ 90
Part V – Scheduled maintenance program - Servicing - Warranty conditions ............................................... 93
Scheduled maintenance and servicing ............................................................................................................................... 94
Servicing ........................................................................................................................................................................ 95
Warranty conditions ........................................................................................................................................................ 96
Forms for periodic chechs (1 ÷ 10 Years).......................................................................................................................... 97
Appendix I – Certifications
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Puma Evo
PART I - INSTRUCTIONS
USE AND
MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
This unit is a medical device for dental treatment conforming to EEC Directive 93/42 - MEDICAL DEVICES - (see enclosed
certification of compliance) and with CEI EN 60601-1 standard (General standard for the safety of electromedical
equipment).
It is intended to be used by dentists only, who may avail themselves of the assistance of authorized personnel.
We prescribe to read the instructions contained in the users’ manual carefully before using the unit.
Furthermore, before using any of the devices connected to the dental unit, we prescribe to read the instructions
attached to each single device carefully.
The instructions for installing the device and the instructions for technical service and repair are held by the “CASTELLINI
AUTHORISED” TECHNICIAN IN POSSESSION OF A VALID LICENCE.
The Manufacturer will not be held responsible for the safety, reliability, or performance of the equipment in
the event of civil or penal proceedings if:
a) the essential environmental requirements as stated in the “Table on Compliance of Installations, Premises and Supply”
are not met;
b) assembly, additions, adjustments, re-settings, repairs are not performed by “AUTHORISED CASTELLINI
TECHNICIANS” IN POSSESSION OF A VALID CASTELLINI IDENTIFICATION CARD;
c) any medical devices other than those authorised by Castellini itself or devices that fail to meet the compatibility
parameters specified by Castellini S.p.A. are connected to Castellini equipment;
d) unauthorised modification, arbitrary tamperings, incorrect maintenance operations are carried out or if non-original
spare parts and/or components are used;
e) the equipment is not used in compliance with the instructions for use (as set out in the use and maintenance manual)
or if it is used for purposes other than those for which it is designed;
f) the power, water and compressed air supply, the water drainage system and the air extraction system (where
applicable) do not comply with the conditions stated in the use and maintenance manual (see “preparing for installation”
paragraph and equipment installations plan, scale 1:1 code F2210587 (for ambidextrous version) and code F2210B588
(for right-hand version) and comply with the country legal provisions;
g) scheduled technical maintenance is not performed at the times indicated;
h) the user does not undertake all routine maintenance work and does not comply with the directions and rules in this use
and maintenance manual.
Failure to comply with the above conditions automatically voids the guarantee terms, and can endanger the safety
requirements defined under 93/42 EEC Norm, transferring full responsibility for safety and EEC mark compliance for the
product on to those responsible for carrying out the operations described above.
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DENTAL CARE SETTING: rules and recommendations
Besides complying with the requisites provided by local laws for health care facilities, the room should:
- be at least 2.50 m in length (optimal: 3.30 m) on its shorter side;
- have washable flooring capable of withstanding shocks and chemical agents, e.g. porcelain stoneware, with no gaps
between the tiles and, if possible the surface where the walls and floor meet should be rounded to facilitate cleaning:
- have walls covered up to h. 2.00 m with washable materials resistant to chemical agents;
- have lighting provided by two ceiling fixtures with a double fluorescent tube, daytime light 5500°K, covered by alveolar
grids, arranged longitudinally over the chair, so that the long sides are parallel;
- be free of non-sanitary curtains, upholstery, furniture and furnishing complements, ornamental plants.
Before installing the dental unit: the principal of the Surgery must verify that the plumbing for water supply and drainage,
air supply lines, centralised suction lines (where applicable) and electrical system all meet requirements. He/she must
provide for any necessary work to be done, following the instructions shown on the installation layout on a scale of 1:1
code F2210587 (for ambidextrous model), code F2210B588 (for right-hand model), which is supplied on request prior to
installation, and the guidelines provided in the table "Conformity of Equipment, Environment and Supply Systems".
SETTING-UP PROCEDURES
Once the equipment is installed, the following operations must be performed before it may be used:
- Sterilization of instruments (see part “Operating Instruments”).
- Sterilization or disinfection of all sterilizable parts supplied non-sterilized and disinfection of upholstery and any parts
normally coming into contact with patients (see par. on cleaning, disinfection and sterilization).
- Performance of a spray pipes disinfecting cycle with a contact time (TC) of 10 mins (see Autosteril and
Time-Flushing paragraph). (see section on Autosteril and Time-Flushing).
- Application of disposable protections where required.
- Check that the burrs and tips are securely fitted into the instruments (see part “Operating Instruments”).
USING SAFELY: rules and recommendations
To ensure that the equipment is used safely, the user must abide by the set standards of hygiene and professional
diligence.
The following points should also be kept in mind:
- during use: dust and fragments of material from the patient’s mouth or the device being used may be thrust into the
surrounding environment (organic and inorganic particles, metal dust, liquids, potentially infected fluids
and biological materials):
Personnel must duly protect their eyes, breathing passages, mouth and skin
by wearing safety glasses, face shields, masks and disposable gloves.
Operate the suction system at high speed in all operations likely to result in a discharge of materials, dust and aerosols to
minimise their dissemination.
- During use, materials and microorganisms coming from a patient may penetrate into the waterlines and be expelled into
the next patient and into the environment. The passive systems of protection installed in this equipment (No-retraction
system, Barrier Effect, etc.) minimise the risk but cannot eliminate it completely:
We recommend performing a spray pipes disinfecting cycle with a contact time (TC) of 10 min at the start
of each working day and after use on each patient.
- the instruments have exposed tips and sharp parts (burrs and other rotating instrument attachments, scaler tips etc.):
take care to avoid accidental cuts and punctures;
- after use: Remove the aforesaid parts from the instruments;
Do not leave sharp and/or pointed parts mounted on the equipment when it is left unattended;
It is mandatory to sterilize the cord-attached instruments or their removable invasive parts, after washing
and disinfecting the surfaces (see specific instructions). Sterilization must take place in a steam autoclave at 135°C, 2.1
bars (sterilization requisites also prescribed by Italian Law, Health Minister’s Decree of 28.09.1990, art. 4);
It is mandatory to regularly carry out the sanitization procedures described in this manual in the paragraph on
“cleaning, disinfection, sterilization”;
- it is not advisable to use drinking water to supply the dental unit since it may lead to the formation of a biofilm in the
waterlines and thus facilitate germ proliferation inside the unit itself.
It is recommended to supply the unit exclusively with dedicated liquids (Isotonic Saline Solution or It.Ph. Purified
Water) using the Separate Supply system.
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The Principal of the Dental Surgery is responsible for ensuring that the equipment, environment and water
supply comply with the basic requisites shown in the table below:
TABLE OF CONFORMITY OF EQUIPMENT, Environment, Water Supply
ITEM
‰ Premises
‰ Electrical installation
‰ Electrical power supply
‰ Water supply
‰ Water treatment plant
‰ Water supply
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS
a) protected from risk of explosion, non pressurized
b) temperature between 10 °C and 40 °C
c) Relative humidity between 30 % and 75 %
d) Air pressure between 700 hPa and 1060 hPa (700 ÷ 1060 mbar)
a) compliance with regulations concerning electrical installations in premises used for medical
purposes. All power and water supply installations must comply with the country legal provisions.
b) Single-phase mains current, 230 V ± 10% - 50/60 Hz ± 10 % frequency
Adequate for power requirements, as specified on the appliance’s rating information plate
Single-phase power 230 V - 50/60 Hz
Maximum allowed variation on electrical power supply: ± 10 %.
Max absorbed power 1,45 kVA
The unit is fitted with a terminal board for connection to a permanent power supply system.
Upstream from the unit have to be installed a differential, bipolar switch for at least 16 A - 250 V
with differential operating time current I∆N = 0,03 A
The electrical wiring of the room and the heart connection must comply with the current
regulations.
The addition of an air-compressor will require a power supply and safety fuse that must be
independent from the unit.
Compliance with the country’s legal provisions on drinking water
Compliance with the country’s legal provisions on drinking water
Drinking water for domestic use, duly filtered and decalcified, for mouth rinse cup and cuspidor
a) hardness:
‰ Compressed air plant
‰ Compressed air supply
‰ Vacuum system
‰ Waste water line
15÷-20 °F (French degrees)
b) pressure:
300÷500 kPa (3 ÷5 bars)
c) flow: ≥ 3 l/min at 450 kPa (4.5 bars)
Should the pressure be lower than 300 kPa (3 bars), install a device upstream from the dental unit
to ensure the necessary pressure (autoclave).
Should the pressure exceed 500 kPa (5 bars), install a suitable pressure-reducing device upstream
from the dental unit.
The water supply line must be fitted with an isolating valve.
N.B.: To avoid the risk of contaminating the water supply as a result of the possible backflow of
liquid from the dental unit, after irrigating tips have come into contact with the patient or chemical
agents, instruments may be supplied using ONLY one of the following systems:
1 - Solely with liquid contained in the separate tank installed in the dental unit; the separate supply
system option must always be selected (see section on "Separate supply system” in the user
instructions).
2 - With mains water, after a dental water supply system conforming to standard CEI EN 1717 has
been installed upstream from the dental unit to guarantee the physical separation of mains water
and instrument sprays (e.g. "WEK" Metasys or equivalent).
Before the mounting of the unit: WE PRESCRIBE TO clean thoroughly all pipes to prevent
impurities from fouling the unit’s water/air circuits, and to bleed extensively the water supply pipe
so that no air bubbles remain in the system.
The compressor must be installed in a well ventilated room and not in close proximity of heat
sources or exhaust air from the vacuum system.
a) Compressed air pressure between 550 kPa and 700 kPa (5,5 ÷ 7 bar)
b) Capacity in excess of or equal to 50 1/min at 400 kPa (4 bar)
c) Dew point: less or equal to 10 °C
The compressor air supply line must be fitted with an isolating valve.
The pipework system must be installed if you intend connecting the unit to a centralized suction
system.
For a single dental unit it is sufficient to connect the aspirator to the unit through the appropriate
tube supplied.
The vacuum suction system must discharge the exhaust air outside to atmosphere.
Air flow rate 300 l/min.
Vacuum value 10 kPa (0,1 bar)
We recommend a waste line slope of 1 cm for each metre of distance from the unit to the main
waste. A “p” trap must be installed on the drain line outside the unit.
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MAINTENANCE AND REVISIONS
The dental patient chair, dental unit (including all the tools and devices connected to it, with the exception of high speed
drills), operating lamp, x-ray equipment, compressor and any other device manufactured by Castellini S.p.A. that forms an
independent unit must undergo the scheduled annual maintenance operations (except where otherwise indicated in the
part on “Scheduled Maintenance Operations” in this Manual) by technicians carrying a valid Castellini identification card,
365 days after installation, regardless of whether they have actually been used or not.
High speed drills manufactured by Castellini S.p.A. must undergo the scheduled annual maintenance operations performed
by qualified technicians authorised by Castellini (except where otherwise stated in the part on “Scheduled Maintenance
Operations” in this Manual).
The owner of the equipment is responsible for booking the services of the Castellini technician at all times.
The high speed drill must be returned to Castellini S.p.A. three years after installation to be reconditioned at the
manufacturing plant.
Subsequently, high speed drills should be reconditioned every three years, in addition to undergoing the above described
scheduled annual maintenance operations.
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM, LISTS OF COMPONENTS, CALIBRATION INSTRUCTIONS
Castellini S.p.A. undertakes to provide on request circuit diagrams, lists of components, calibration instructions or any
other information that may be required by qualified technicians authorized by Castellini and in possession of a valid
professional licence to repair those parts of the equipment that may be repaired.
Castellini S.p.A. reserves the right to modify the products at any moment without notice.
ATTENTION
- This unit complies with the EMC 89/336 EEC Directive, according with the CEI EN 60601-1-2 Standard.
During the working, this unit will not cause radio interference to the electric network (*)
(*) See chapter: “INFORMATIONS ABOUT CONFORMITY BY “Puma Evo” DENTAL EQUIPMENT AT EEC CEI EN
60601-1-2 NORMS - 2001 EDITION”.
SCRAPPING
If scrapped, the equipment must be disposed of in accordance with the provisions of applicable legislation.
The materials used to construct the equipment do not constitute a hazard for humans or animals in the event of contact or
exposure.
For disposal of the amalgam separator (if present), strictly follow the instructions and warnings given in the section
“ACCESS TO AMALGAM SEPARATOR”.
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INFORMATIONS ABOUT CONFORMITY BY “Puma Evo” DENTAL EQUIPMENT AT CEI EN 60601-1-2 NORMS 2001 EDITION
Annex A
The “Puma Evo” unit is suitable for use in the specified electromagnetic enviroment. The purchaser or user of the
“Puma Evo” unit should assure that it is used in an electromagnetic enviroment as described below:
Emission test
Radiated and conducted
RF emission
Compliance
Class B
Electromagnetic Enviroment
The “Puma Evo” unit is suitable for use in domestic
establishments directly connected to the low voltage power
supply network which supplies buildings used for domestic
purposes
The “Puma Evo” unit uses RF energy only for its internal
function. Therefore, the RF emission is very low and not likely
to cause any interference in nearby electronic equipment.
CISPR 11
Group 1
Harmonic emissions
Complies
The “Puma Evo” unit is suitable for use in establishments
directly connected to a public low voltage power supply
network.
Complies
The “Puma Evo” unit is suitable for use in establishments
directly connected to a public low voltage power supply
network.
Voltage fluctuations/
flicker emissions
CEI EN 61000-3-3
Annex B
The “Puma Evo” unit is suitable for use in the specified electromagnetic enviroment. The purchaser or user of the
“Puma Evo” unit should assure that it is used in an electromagnetic enviroment as described below:
Immunity
CEI EN 60601-1-2
Compliance
Electromagnetic Enviroment
Test
Test level
level
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
CEI EN 61000-4-2
6 kV contact
8kV air
Radiated RF
CEI EN 61000-4-3
Non-life-supporting
Equipment
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2,5 GHz
Life-supporting
equipment
10 V/m
80 MHz to 2,5 GHz
Non-life-supporting
equipment
3V
150 kHz to 80 Mhz
Life-supporting
equipment
3 V (outside ISM band)
10 V (inside ISM band)
Conducted Rf
CEI EN 61000-4-6
Electrical fast
transient/burst
CEI EN 61000-4-4
2 kV for power
supply lines
CEI EN 60601-2
Test level
CEI EN 60601-1-2
Test level
Residential/Hospital
Residential/Hospital
CEI EN 60601-1-2
Test level
CEI EN 60601-1-2
Test level
CEI EN 60601-1-2
Test level
Residential/Hospital
CEI EN 60601-1-2
Test level
Residential/Hospital
1 kV for input/output
lines > 3 m
Surge
CEI EN 61000-4-5
1 kV differential mode
2 kV common mode
(see next →)
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Voltage dips, short
in terruptions
and voltage
variations on power
supply input lines
CEI EN 61000-4-11
0% Un for 0,5 cycles
40% Un for 5 cycles
70% Un for 25 cycles
0% Un for 5 s
CEI EN 60601-1-2
Test level
Residential/Hospital
Power frequency
(50/60 Hz)
magnetic field
CEI EN 61000-4-8
3 A/m
CEI EN 60601-1-2
Test level
Residential/Hospital
Annex C
Recommended Separation Distance for non-LIFE SUPPORTING EQUIPMENT
RF Source
Typical Rated Power
(W)
Distance
(m)
microcellular phone CT1, CT2, CT3
0,01
0,4
DECT cellular phone, wireless information
technology
equipment (modems, LANs)
0,25
2
cellular phone, hand-held (USA)
0,6
3
cellular phone, hand-held (e.g. GSM and NMT,
EUROPE;
DECS 1800)
2
8
6
11
walkie-talkie (rescue, police, fire, maintenance)
5
9
cellular phone, bag
16
16
mobile radio (rescue, police, fire)
100
40
For transmitter using frequencies below 800 MHz, the DISTANCE can be estimated using Equation A:
d =4 P
For transmitters using frequencies between 800 MHz and 2 GHz, the DISTANCE can be estimated using Equation B:
d = 2 .3 P
where P is the rated power of the trasmitter in watt (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
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UNIT
TECHNICAL DATA EQUIPMENT
MEDICAL DEVICE CLASS IIa By 93/42 EEC DIRECTIVE
ELECTRO MEDICAL EQUIPMENT CLASS I - TYPE B By CEI EN 60601-1 Standard
THE EQUIPMENT CANNOT BE USED WHEN FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURES CONTAINING AIR OR
OXIGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE ARE PRESENT
DEGREE OF PROTECTION AGAINST WATER INFILTRATION:
IPX0
POWER SUPPLY
MAXIMUM POWER INPUT (Unit+chair+suction system working together)
1450 VA
MAINS VOLTAGE
230 V~
SINGLE-PHASE A.C AT
50 Hz
INTERMITTENT OPERATION (Refer to the use specifications)
WATER SUPPLY (See note in "TABLE OF EQUIPMENT CONFORMITY)
DRINKING WATER
PRESSURE
300 ÷ 500 kPa (3 ÷ 5 bar)
MAXIMUM CONSUMPTION
3 l/min at 450 kPa (4.5 bar)
Should the pressure be lower than 300 kPa (3 bars), install a device upstream from the dental unit to ensure the
necessary pressure (autoclave).
Should the pressure exceed 500 kPa (5 bars), install a suitable pressure-reducing device upstream from the dental
unit.
The water inlet MUST BE fitted with a cut-off valve.
AIR SUPPLY
PRESSURE
CONSUMPTION
VACUUM
AIR FLOW RATE
VACUUM VALUE
UNIT WEIGHT
UNIT + MOTOR CHAIR WEIGHT
UNIT + OPERATING LIGHT + MOTOR CHAIR WEIGHT
ADDITIONAL WEIGHT ON THE INSTRUMENT TRAY OF THE DENTAL UNIT
(with self-balancing of the arm):
MAXIMUM ADDITIONAL WEIGHT ON THE INSTRUMENT TRAY OF THE
DENTAL UNIT (w/o self-balancing of the arm):
550 ÷ 700 kPa (5,5 ÷ 7 bar)
50 l/min at 400 kPa (4 bar)
≥300 l/min
≤ 10 kPa (0.1 bar)
90 kg
225 kg
238 kg
1 kg
2 kg
“DAMA” MOTOR CHAIR
MEDICAL DEVICE CLASS I - By 93/42 EEC DIRECTIVE
ELECTRO MEDICAL EQUIPMENT CLASS I TYPE B - By CEI EN 60601-1 Standard
THE EQUIPMENT CANNOT BE USED WHEN FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURES CONTAINING AIR OR
OXIGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE ARE PRESENT
POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE
230 V~
SINGLE-PHASE A.C. at
50/60 Hz
POWER OF OPERATION COMMAND
24 V
INTERMITTENT OPERATION
1 min of work
14 min of rest
WHOLE WEIGHT
135 kg
HEIGHT FROM THE POINT OF SEAT
“DAMA” for “Puma Evo”
DAMA” for “Puma Evo”
right-hand version
BACKREST HEIGHT FROM THE FLOOR
min 36 cm
max 79 cm
“DAMA” for “Puma Evo”
right-hand version
min 37 cm
max 80 cm
ambidextrous version
min 41 cm
max 84 cm
“DAMA” for “Puma Evo”
ambidextrous version
min 42 cm
max 85 cm
MAX. INCLINATIONS
MAX LIFTING CAPABILITY
300 kg
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UNIT IDENTIFICATION LABEL
UNIT
Mark of Conformity to 93/42 ECC Directive “MEDICAL DEVICE”, equipped by
correspondent number to the NOTIFIED ORGANIZATION (BSI - Notified Body number),
authorized to issue the Conformity Certificate
IDENTIFICATION LABEL
2005
year of production (UNI EN 980)
SYMBOL CORRESPONDING TO PART APPLIED TYPE B as per CEI EN 60601-1:
It indicates the degree of protection against direct and indirect contacts.
SERIAL NUMBER OF THE UNIT (UNI EN 980)
Through this number may be recognized the year and the month of production. The first
two pictures indicate the year other one letter indicated the month of production (for
example 05A = January 05).
TYPE
COMMERCIAL DENOMINATION OF THE UNIT
V
CONNECTION VOLTAGE TO THE MAINS
~
ALTERNATE CURRENT
Hz
MAINS FREQUENCY IN HERTZ
kVA
MAXIMUM POWER IN KILOVOLTAMPERE ABSORBED FROM THE UNIT
Symbol to draw attention about further information written on “USE AND
MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK”
CONTINUOUS OPERATION DUTY-TYPE OF PARTS SPECIFIED
(according to the following user instructions):
- TURBINE AND SCALER
20 min work
10 min rest
- MICROMOTORS
5 min work
25 min rest
- SYRINGE
10 s work
5 min rest
- POLYMERIZING LIGHTS
60 s work
13 min rest
- ASPIRATOR
(with working tips)
10 min work
20 min rest
“DAMA” chair
1 min work
14 min rest
Symbol released from RAEE Directive (Dir. 2002/96/ECC) signed applicable
legislation of the Country.
It indicate that, when the equipment will be scrapped, it will be destroied in differential
way, according to the overwrite Directive.
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Chair anti-crush safety system/ Suction Stop device
Warnings for chair lowering
ATTENZIONE:
DISPOSITIVO DI SICUREZZA
ANTI-SCHIACCIAMENTO
ATTENZIONE:
NON STAZIONARE NELLA ZONA SOTTOSTANTE
IL RIUNITO, durante l’uso della potrona
WARNING:
ANTI-CRUSH SAFETY DEVICE
WARNING:
ATTENTION:
DISPOSITIF DE SECURITE
ANTI-ECRASEMENT
DO NOT STAY IN THE AREA UNDER THE UNIT,
during the use of the chair.
ATTENTION:
NE PAS STATIONER DANS LA ZONE
DESSOUS L'UNIT, pendant l'usage du fauteuil
ACHTUNG:
KEINE GEGENSTÄNDE UNTER DIE ANLAGE
STELLEN während der Behandlungsstuhl arbeitet.
ATENCION:
NO COLOCAR NINGUN OBJETO DEBAJO DEL
EQUIPO durante el funcionamiento del sillón
ATTENTIE:
BEGEEF U NIET ONDER DE BEHANDELUNIT,
als de stoel in gebruik is.
ACHTUNG:
SICHERHEITSABSCHALTUNG
ATENCION:
DISPOSITIVO DE SEGURIDAD
ANTIATRAPE
ATTENTIE:
VERPLETTERINGSBEVEILIGING
If the chair meets with an obstacle while being
lowered, the pressure on the base plate will
trigger the automatic safety system: the
downward movement will stop immediately and
the chair will rise a few centimetres to free the
obstacle.
Another automatic stop system controls the
backrest lowering function.
When the chair is stationary, pressing on the base
plate will activate the dental unit suction stop
device.
The assistant’s tray is also fitted with an anticrush safety feature.
If the chair backrest interferes with the handle of
the aforesaid tray as it returns to an upright
position, the chair must stop immediately and
lower itself a few centimetres.
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MEDICAL DEVICES APPLIES TO THE UNIT
The dental units "Puma Evo" may be completed with the following devices:
- “DAMA” dental CHAIR:
- “LUNA” operating light.
- SURGICAL SUCTION single-surgery UNIJET model or, alternatively, setup for centralized suction systems:
- Centralised liquid ring suction system;
- Centralised air type “C” suction system;
- Centralised suction system with “DÜRR COMBI CAS 1” type amalgam separator device;
- Suction cannulas:
bearing EC mark of conformity with Dir. 93/42 EEC, sterilizable or disposable
rigid mist cannula with 15.7 - 16.2 mm-diameter connector
rigid blood/saliva ejector cannula with 10.7 - 11 mm-diameter connector
flexible blood/saliva ejector cannula with 6.0 - 6.5 mm-diameter connection
"ASSISTANT’S TRAY" unit from 4-WAY, including one of the following supplementary instruments, plus 2 suction tubes:
- 2 suction canulas.
- 1 syringe model THREESTERIL (alternative options)
- 1 curing lamp “LEDA” model (alternative options).
- DENTIST TABLE with the following instruments (max. 4): "Puma Evo":
- DENTIST TABLE with the following instruments (max. 5): "Puma Evo 5"
- ABLATOR handpiece model:
PIEZOSTERIL 5,
PIEZOLIGHT 5
(alternatively);
- SYRINGE model:
MULTISTERIL 2 TITANIUM F,
MULTISTERIL 2
MULTISTERIL 2L
THREESTERIL
(alternatively),
(alternatively);
(alternatively)
- ELECTRIC MICROMOTOR model:
IMPLANTOR 2L,
IMPLANTOR 2
(alternatively);
VIDEORCAM
(only by request);
CLEANAIR 2000,
CLEANLIGHT 2000
HI-POWER 2 CERAMIC
TITANIUM GOLD 2
TITANIUM GOLD 2 MINIATURE
(alternatively),
(alternatively),
(alternatively),
(alternatively);
*- CAMERA FOR DENTAL INSPECTIONS
model:
- TURBINE model:
* See "VIDEOR" handbook.
CASTELLINI firm doesn’t authorize the application of other devices unnamed in this list.
UNIT OPERATIONS
MAIN SWITCH
The unit is provided with a combined main switch, positioned in the lower part of the chair (Pict. 4 - part. 4.1), which
activates or disactivates au together (position I or position 0 of the lever) the electric supply, the water supply and the
compressed air supply, which are all necessary to operate the wait.
WE RECOMMEND turning off the aforesaid main switch each day, before switching off for the night and
before breaks lasting a few hours or more.
WE RECOMMEND turning off the main switch before each technical repair or maintenance that requires the
access to the inner parts of the units protected by covers.
The Castellini S.p.A. Company is not responsible for any damages to person or things, caused by the failure to performe
the operation above described.
CONTROLS
The controls panel on the doctor’s table has direct controls described in pictures 2B.
The controls panel on the assistant’s table has direct controls described in pictures 3B.
The foot controls are described on the pages: “FOOT CONTROLS FUNCTIONS”, other controls are indicated at the Cpt.
"FOOT CONTROL FUNCTIONS"
OPERATIVE INSTRUMENTS
The operative instruments must be activated through the foot control (see “FOOT PEDAL FUNCTIONS”).
WARNING:
- The mouvements of the instruments table, of the assistant table, and of the light must bedone using the
handles on the tables and on the light.
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PICTURES AND DESCRIPTIONS
3
4.1
4.2
4.3
4
5
“Puma Evo” and “Puma Evo”
Unit (S.P.R.I. and HANGING
CORDS Dentist’s table version)
(Picts. 1 and 1A)
3.9
1
2
1.4
1.5
4.1 - Spout for water to cuspidor.
4.2 - Jet for water to the bowl.
4.3 – Holder-instruments bowl for
AUTOSTERIL System.
1.1
Pict. 1 – “Puma Evo” unit (S.P.R.I. table version) + “DAMA” chair
4.1
4.2
4.3
4
5 - "LUNA" OPERATING LAMP
5
3
3.9
2
1
1.4
1.1
Pict. 1A – “Puma Evo CP” unit (HANGING TUBES table version) + “DAMA” chair
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1 - ELECTRIC FOOT CONTROL.
1.1 - Chair movement/ instrument
function selection control. (by
request).
1.4 - Air spray and chip air to
instruments on /memorised
chair position recall control.
1.5 - Instruments/operating lamp
on control.
2 - DENTIST’S TABLE.
3 - ASSISTANT’S TABLE.
3.9 - Base plate controlling the
anti-crush safety system and
“SUCTION STOP” system.
4 - WATER UNIT.
1.5
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Dentist’s table and control panel (Picts. 2A, 2B and 2C)
2.3
2.2
2.1
2.4
2.2
2.4
2.3
Pict. 2A – Dentist’s table S.P.R.I. version
2.7
2.9
2.5
Pict. 2B – Dentist’s table HANGING CORDS version
2.15
2.8
2.13
2.12
2.16
2.14
2.18
2.17
2.11
2.10
2.19
2.6
2.1
- Scaler handpiece.
2.2
- Syringe.
2.3
- Micromotor.
2.4
- Turbine.
2.5
- X-Ray viewer.
2.6
- Motor rpm and scaler power display.
2.7
- ON/OFF scialytic lamp pulse control (*).
(*) N.W.:Pushing control for 1 sec. to lighting the
pilot light intermittently; then push it
again to obtain 3 regulation steps:
HIGH – NORMAL – LOW.
2.8
- ON-OFF X-ray viewer light.
2.9
- Chair up control / Position 1 recall
control.
2.10
- Chair down control / Position 2 recall
control.
2.11
- Backrest down control / Position 3 recall
control.
2.12
- Backrest up control / Position 4 recall
control.
2.13
- Automatic reset direct control.
2.14
- Rinse position recall direct control.
2.15
- Stop all chair movements/recall
memorised chair positions.
2.16
- Electric micromotor reverse-speed
control and assistant call button when
operating instruments are in rest
position.
2.17
- Control for turning on the heater to
supply water to the cup and syringe and
ENDO control for ablator and
micromotor.
2.18
- Control for Time-Flushing/Autosteril
system.
2.19
- Control for water to glass/ bowl.
Pict. 2C – Control panel
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“Puma Evo 5” Unit (5 holderinstruments table version)
(Picts. 1B and 2D)
1 - ELECTRIC FOOT CONTROL.
1.1 - Chair movement/ instrument
function selection control. (by
request).
1.4 - Air spray and chip air to
instruments on /memorised
chair position recall control.
1.5 - Instruments/operating lamp on
control.
2 - DENTIST’S TABLE.
3 - ASSISTANT’S TABLE.
3.9 - Base plate controlling the anticrush safety system and
“SUCTION STOP” system.
4 - WATER UNIT.
4.1 - Spout for water to cuspidor.
4.2 - Jet for water to the bowl.
4.3 – Holder-instruments bowl for
AUTOSTERIL System.
5 - "LUNA" OPERATING LAMP
(only if required).
Pict. 1B – “Puma Evo 5” unit (5 holder instruments table version) + “DAMA” chair
2.1 - Scaler handpiece.
2.2 - Syringe.
2.3 - Micromotor.
2.4 - Turbine.
2.5 – Additional turbine
(only if required).
Pict. 2D – 5 holder-instruments table version
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2.7
2.18
2.5
2.8
5 instruments-holder table control panel (Pict. 2E)
2.5 - X-Ray viewer.
2.6 - Motor rpm and scaler power display.
2.9
2.19
2.16
2.14
2.10
2.17
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.6
2.15
2.7
- ON/OFF scialytic lamp pulse control (*).
(*) N.W.: Pushing control for 1 sec. to lighting the pilot light
intermittently; then push it again to obtain 3 regulation steps:
HIGH – NORMAL – LOW.
2.8 - ON-OFF X-ray viewer light.
2.9 - Chair up control / Position 1 recall control.
2.10 - Chair down control / Position 2 recall control.
2.11 - Backrest down control / Position 3 recall control.
2.12 - Backrest up control / Position 4 recall control.
2.13 - Automatic reset direct control.
2.14 - Rinse position recall direct control.
2.15 - Stop all chair movements/recall memorised chair positions.
2.16 - Electric micromotor reverse-speed control and assistant call
button when operating instruments are in rest position.
2.17 - Control for turning on the heater to supply water to the cup and
syringe and ENDO control for ablator and micromotor.
2.18 - Control for Time-Flushing/Autosteril system.
2.19 - Control for water to glass/ bowl.
Assistant’s table and controls panel (Picts. 2C, 3A and 3B)
Pict. 2E – “PUMA EVO 5” instruments-holder table control panel
2.20 - Scaler power control (POWER).
2.22 - Lever for selecting liquid supply to instruments.
2.21 - (rpm x 1000) Electric micromotor speed control.
2.21
3.1
3.2
3.4
2.20
3.3
2.22
3.11
3.16
Pict. 2C – Dentist’s table (under view)
3.10
3.12
3.13
3.17
3.14
3.15
3.19
3.18
Pict. 3A – 4 instruments assistant’s table
3.1 - Additional syringe (only if required).
3.2 - Large aspiration typ.
3.3 - Small aspiration typ.
3.4 - Polymerizing light handpiece (only if required).
3.10 - Automatic reset direct control.
3.11 - Chair up control.
3.12 - Chair down control.
3.13 - Backrest down control.
3.14 - Backrest up control.
3.15 - Rinse position recall direct control.
3.16 - Control for water to glass.
3.17 - Control for water to bowl.
3.18 - ON/OFF scialytic lamp pulse control (*).
(*) N.W.:Pushing control for 1 sec. to lighting the pilot light
intermittently; then push it again to obtain 3 regulation steps:
HIGH – NORMAL – LOW
3.19 - Assistant call button (it goes on only when operating instruments
are in rest position).
Pict. 3B – Assistant’s table controls panel
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“Puma Evo Cart” Unit (Picts. 1C and 2E)
1 - ELECTRIC FOOT CONTROL.
1.1 - Chair movement/ instrument function
selection control. (by request).
1.4 - Air spray and chip air to instruments on/
memorised chair position recall control.
1.5 - Instruments/operating lamp on control.
2 – SUPPORTING INSTRUMENT’S TABLE.
2.1 - Scaler handpiece.
2.2 - Syringe.
2.3 - Micromotor.
2.4 - Turbine.
3 - ASSISTANT’S TABLE.
3.9 - Base plate controlling the anti-crush
safety system and “SUCTION STOP”
system.
4 - WATER UNIT.
4.1 - Spout for water to cuspidor.
4.2 - Jet for water to the bowl.
4.3 – Holder-instruments bowl for
AUTOSTERIL System.
5 - "LUNA" OPERATING LAMP
(only if required).
Pict. 1C – “Puma Evo Cart” Unit + “DAMA” Chair
Pict. 2E – “Puma Evo Cart” Unit
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4.1
4.3
Connection box (Pict. 4)
4.1
- Main switch.
4.2
- ON lamp.
4.3
- F 6.3 A - 230 V power supply line fuse.
Pict.4 – Connection box
4.2
FOOT CONTROL FUNCTIONS (Pict. 5)
CHAIR CONTROLS
1.1
C
B
A
D
Move the lever control (1.1) in the direction
marked with C in the figure to lift the chair seat
and in the opposite direction to lower it.
Turn the control knob (1.1) in the direction
marked with A to lower the back and in the
opposite direction, marked with B, to return to
its upright position.
Pressing the lever (1.4) in the direction
indicated by G, with the instruments at rest, and
subsequently moving the control (1.1) in one of
the 4 directions shown, will call up one of the 4
memorised work programs
The reset position can be recalled by pressing
the lever (1.4) in the direction marked G, with
instruments on stand-by, and subsequently
turning the lever (1.5) in direction F to the end
of its stroke.
INSTRUMENTATION CONTROLS
By extracting an instrument from the handpiece
holder on the tray and rotating the lever (1.5) in
the direction marked F, one obtains the
following functions:
- Activation and adjustment of the turbine or airpowered or electric micromotor speed;
G
F
- Activation of the scaler handpiece.
By pressing the lever (1.4) in the direction
marked G and simultaneously turning the lever
(1.5) one enables the handpiece spray function
1.4
1.5
Pict. 5 – Foot control
(only when the instrument has been extracted).
CASTELLINI recommends using the spray when using micromotors with turning speeds higher than 20,000 rpm.
- By pressing the lever (1.4) in the direction marked G, without moving the lever (1.5) one obtains either the CHIP-AIR
effect (a blast of air is issued from the turbine or micromotor to clean the operating field), (only when the instrument
has been extracted).
- By moving the control (1.1) in direction A one enables/disables the electric micromotor turning direction inverter (only
when the instrument has been extracted).
OPERATING LAMP CONTROL: with the chair and instruments on stand-by, by turning the lever (1.5) in direction F to
the end of its stroke and holding it in position for approx. 1 second one enables/disables the work light.
Attention!: In the event of visible damage to the outer case of the foot control and/or control elements, do
not use the equipment and contact the authorised service centre.
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CHAIR MOVEMENTS
DIRECT CONTROL MOVEMENTS
RAISE - LOWER CHAIR / RECLINE– UPRIGHT BACKREST
The movement controls (2.9, 2.10, 2.11 and 2.12 - pict. 2B) control the chair raising
and lowering and backrest reclining and return functions. The chair will continue moving
as long as the pushbutton is pressed (pushbutton LED on) and will stop immediately on
its release (LED off).
MEMORISING CHAIR WORK POSITIONS
The chair can memorise positions set by the User: rinse, reset and 4 work positions.
- Use the movement controls (2.9, 2.10, 2.11 and 2.12) to take the chair to the desired position;
- Press the control (2.15) and keep it pressed for at least 1 sec.
(the control LED will flash)
- Press the control you wish to associate to the chair position 2.9, 2.10, 2.11 2.12,
2.13, 2.14.
- Once memorisation has taken place the pushbutton LED (2.15) will go off..
RECALLING STORED POSITIONS
ATTENTION: before activating position recall, ensure that the assistant’s tray does not interfere with the
movements of the backrest.
WORK POSITIONS
- Press the Programme/STOP button (2.15) (LED on button lights).
- Within one second from pressing the Programme/STOP button press the button with
the required position number (LED on button lights).
The chair adopts the memorised position (at the end of the movement the two LEDS
switch off).
- Any chair control key stops all automatic movements in progress.
N.W.: Also pressing the foot control lever (see chapter “FUNCTION OF PEDAL BOARD”), will call up one of
the 4 memorised work programs.
RESET
- By pressing the Reset button (2.13 – pict. 2B) the memorised position is recalled (if
the operating lamp is on it will switch off automatically).
The position allows patients to get in and out of the chair with greater ease.
- Any chair control key stops the automatic movement in progress.
N.B.: It is also possible to use the foot control to recall the reset position (see “FOOT CONTROL
FUNCTIONS” paragraph).
RINSE
- Press the Rinse button (2.14) (LED on button lights). This function moves the backrest
only. The movement stops when the memorised position is reached (the LED remains lit)
- By pressing the button again (2.14) the backrest returns to the position it was in prior
to the rinse movement (when the chair reaches the initial position the Led switches off).
-
Any chair control key stops the automatic movement in progress.
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SAFETY SYSTEMS: SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND AUTOMATIC LOCK
The chair is fitted with a self-diagnosis system for particular faults, with automatic lock and fault indication features.
When a key is pressed, if the self-diagnosis system detects a fault, the following error indications may
appear:
INDICATION
REASON
1)
All leds flash except P/S.
Ophthalmic lock switch enabled or instrument enabled
2)
Alternate flashing of backrest recline/upright leds
Assistant Tray handle switch enabled
3)
Simultaneous flashing of backrest recline/upright leds
Backrest safety switch enabled
4)
Simultaneous flashing of raise/lower leds
Chair safety switch enabled
5)
Raise led flashes if the raise key is pressed
Raise chair limit stop
6)
Lower led flashes if the lower key is pressed
Lower chair limit stop
7)
Recline led flashes if the recline key is pressed
Backrest recline limit stop
8)
Upright led flashes if the upright key is pressed
Backrest upright limit stop
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AUTOSTERIL - TIME FLUSHING SYSTEM
* AUTOSTERIL: system for decontaminating dental unit waterlines with a timed flow of liquid containing a chemical
agent that kills spores, viruses, fungi and bacteria, period of contact and rinse with mains water or dedicated liquid
supplied from an independent reservoir
The result varies according to the length of exposure and the product used and is achieved at the end of the contact time.
The final rinse removes product residues and leaves the last rinse liquid in the waterlines.
* TIME-FLUSHING: sanitization of dental unit waterlines with a system that flushes out the waterlines with the liquid
selected for the instrument sprays (mains water or dedicated liquid supplied separately)
AUTOSTERIL and TIME FLUSHING are not designed to deliver liquids during treatment on patients. The cycles must be
run while the equipment is not in use.
The section entitled “Products to be used with Castellini Dental Units” indicates the specific disinfectant product to be used
for Autosteril cycles and the dedicated liquid for the Separate Supply system.
CAUTION:
Always check what kind of liquid is contained in the tank,
both before carrying out decontamination cycles and resuming normal use
PREPARATION
Before carrying out Autosteril or Time-Flushing cycles:
- disconnect the Turbine, Micromotor, Scaler handpieces and open the flow regulators in the tubing terminals all the way
- insert the tubing terminals in their receptacles in the water delivery unit (Pict. 6)
CAUTION: to treat the internal tubing of the Syringe (THREESTERIL model only), place the ring provided over the water
button. When flow from the other instruments stops, remove the ring to stop flow.
Note: the cycles may also be performed with the handpieces connected to the tubings, as long as care is taken to remove
burrs, rotary instruments and Scaler tips before inserting to instruments in their receptacles
1 - AUTOSTERIL
Carry out the preparatory steps described above:
- position the liquid selection lever on H2O (2.8 - pict. 6 )
- Prepare the disinfectant solution in the tank, following the manufacturer’s directions. Then connect the tank to the fitting
provided (see: “Separate Supply System”)
- position the liquid selection lever (2.8 - pict. 6) on
- press the start button (2.18 - pict. 2B). Warning: make sure that the liquid is discharged from the instruments
- when the flow of disinfectant stops (after about 1.5 minutes) wait until the planned contact time (5 or 10
minutes depending on the level of treatment desired) has lapsed
- rinse out the waterlines by carrying out a Time-Flushing cycle (see below)
Once the cycle is completed, lubricate the rotary instruments and run them for a few instants
2 – TIME-FLUSHING (sanitization or rinsing after Autosteril)
Carry out the preparatory steps described above or activate at the end of the Autosteril contact time:
2a) Time-Flushing (or Autosteril rinse) with mains water
- position the liquid selection lever on H2O (2.8 - pict. 6)
- press the start button (2.18 - pict. 2B). Make sure that the liquid is discharged from the instruments
- when the flow stops (after about 1.5 minutes), reposition tubings and instruments on the handpiece holders
2b) Time-Flushing (or Autosteril rinse) with dedicated liquid
- position the liquid selection lever on H2O (2.8 - pict. 6)
- insert a bottle of dedicated liquid (see “Separate Supply System”)
- position the liquid selection lever (2.8 - pict. 6) on
- press the start button (2.18 - pict. 2B). Make sure that the liquid is discharged from the instruments
- when flow stops, reposition the instruments on the handpiece holders
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2.31
2.8
2.30
Pict. 6 – AUTOSTERIL - TIME FLUSHING SYSTEM
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SEPARATE SUPPLY SYSTEM
The dental unit may supply the dental instrument sprays from two different sources:
- normal supply with mains WATER, provided that it is supplied by a system guaranteeing the physical separation between
the water supply and instrument supply lines, in conformity with standard EN 1717
- Separate Supply from an independent tank, either sterilizable or disposable (2.30 in Pict. 6);
We strongly suggest to supply always the instruments with dedicated liquid from the separate supplyng
system on the unit.
the tank and intake tube (2.30 and 2.31 in Pict. 6) may be removed and sterilized in an autoclave at 135 °C, 210 kPa
(2.1 bars) for 20 minutes.The tank is also used for Autosteril/Time Flushing depollution (see Autosteril/Time Flushing)For
the separate supply, you may use a liquid poured into the tank provided or else Rinsing Agents in disposable containers
which may be connected to the dental unit instead of the tank: Purified Water P.S. or Isotonic Saline Solution.Note: The
Rinsing Agents allowed for use with the Separate Supply System are listed in the paragraph on “Products to be Used with
the Castellini Dental Unit”.
SELECTING THE SUPPLY SOURCE
The control for selecting the supply source is a lever on the side of the Dental Instrument table (2.8 - Pict. 6)::
= mains supply tap water
- lever positioned on
- lever positioned on:
= separate supply from independent tank
FILLING / REPLACING THE LIQUID IN THE TANK
Separate sterilizable, reusable tank
:
- position the selector lever on
-
disconnect the sterilizable tank from its screw coupling by turning it anti clockwise
remove the intake tube by turning it anti clockwise;
sterilize the tank and tube in an autoclave for 20 min. at 135 °C - 210 kPa (2.1 bars)
pour the liquid chosen into the sterilized tank
wearing sterile gloves and avoiding all contact with surrounding surfaces, screw the sterilized tube
back into place
- reconnect the tank, lifting it up around the intake tube, and screw it firmly into place.
- Shift the selector lever into position
AUTOCLAVEABLE
BOTTLE
CODE N5000096
- Replace the bottle at least once in a year
Disposable container of Rinsing Agent
- position the selector lever on
;
- disconnect the tank or empty disposable container by turning it anti
clockwise;
- remove the intake tube by turning it anti clockwise and sterilize it in an
autoclave for 20 min at 135 °C - 210 kPa (2.1 bars);
- wearing sterile gloves and avoiding all contact with surrounding surfaces,
screw the sterilized tube back into place
- open a new container of Rinsing Agent by removing the cap;
- directly connect the container, lifting it up around the intake tube, and screw
it firmly into place.
- Shift the selector lever into pos
.
PURIFIED
WATER
1 Litre BOTTLE
CODE N500P064
SALINE
SOLUTION
Litre BOTTLE 1
CODE N500P066
CAUTIONARY
WARNING:
before using the spray on the patient, check the type of liquid contained in the tank
After using Physiological Solution or Isotonic Saline Solution, immediately rinse out the circuits with a.
Simple flushing cycle (see Autosterilo/Time-Flushing ) or by running the sprays with tap water for a few seconds.
Do not blend different products. Before pouring a new product into a tank:
- remove and rinse out the tank to eliminate residues of the previous product
- pour tap water into the tank and connect it back in place
- carry out a Time-Flushing cycle with the separate supply system (see paragraph on “Autosteril/Time Flushing”) to rinse
out the circuit
- remove and empty the tank, then fill it with the liquid chosen according to the directions provided.
Alternatively, use disposable containers of a Rinsing Agent.
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SUCTION SYSTEMS (optional)
ATTENTION: Suction system cannulas are not provided with the unit. We recommend the use of cannulas
that conform to Directive 93/42 EEC, bearing a CE mark only.
Single-surgery type “S” suction
This type of suction requires the single-surgery suction motor
housed in a special box and a kit composed of the following
parts, mounted inside the unit:
- Air liquid separator for drainage of aspirated liquids( type CS1
DÜRR);
- Tube for blood ejector cannula;
- Tube for mist cannula;
- Filter for aspirated liquids.
Arrangement for type “C” centralised air suction
This arrangement requires a kit for the connection of the unit to a
centralised suction system, composed of the following parts
assembled inside the unit:
- Air liquid separator for drainage of aspirated liquids( type CS1
DÜRR);
- Pneumatic solenoid valve for suction selection;
- Tube for blood ejector cannula;
- Tube for mist cannula;
- Filter for aspirated liquids.
CENTRALISED “LC” SUCTION”
Arrangement for "LC"centralised liquid ring suction
This arrangement requires a kit for connecting the unit to a centralised suction system, composed of the following parts
assembled inside the unit:
- Pneumatic solenoid valve for suction selection;
- Tube for blood ejector cannula;
- Tube for mist cannula;
- Filter for aspirated liquids.
Suction with “DÜRR COMBI CAS 1” amalgam separator
device
The use of amalgam separator devices in single-surgery and
centralised suction systems makes it possible to separate and
collect amalgam residues in the liquid, as well as perform
air/liquid separation.
The system is fitted with a highly efficient centrifuge amalgam
separator, with separate treatment of the two types of drainage
from the unit:
1) surgical suction drainage, consisting in a little water,
approximately 100 ml/min with a high concentration of
amalgam residues;
2) cuspidor drainage, consisting in a heavier water flow (3 l/min)
with a low concentration of amalgam residues.
The system assures the separation of 95% of amalgam, in
compliance with current international legislation.
“DURR CS1” type systems on the other hand are aspirated
liquid/air separators and partial separators of the solid residues of
amalgam present only in the liquids aspirated through the suction
pipes.
All systems are provided subject to request and assembled inside
the unit.
DÜRR COMBI CAS 1
Arrangement for centralised mod. “DÜRR VSA" suction system
This arrangement includes the housing inside the unit body, of a kit of components for connection to a single-surgery or
centralised suction system, composed of:
- pneumatic solenoid valve for selecting suction to the cannulas.
- collector for drainage liquids from cuspidor and cup, with solenoid valve for the activation of the aspiration system for
the liquid drainage, and filter for the treatment of solid residues.
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CONVERSION OF THE “Puma Evo” UNIT FROM RIGHT-HANDED TO LEFT-HANDED CONFIGURATION
(only for ambidextrous dental units) (Picts. 9A, 9Abis, 9B, 9Bbis, 9C, 9D and 9E)
The ambidextrous version of the “Puma Evo” unit is fitted with a manual mechanical system
for the transformation of work layouts for both right- and left-handed dentists. The
operations required for the abovementioned conversion consists in 5 quick and easy steps
that can be performed by surgery staff:
Step 1 – Positioning the unit and dismantling seat upholstery.
Position the chair approximately halfway up its height stroke and take the backrest to a
completely upright position, then switch off the main switch. Dismantle the seat upholstery
(9.1 - pict. 9A) by detaching the two rear Velcro fasteners and sliding it forward.
ATTENTION:
- remove the filler terminal on the cuspidor of the water delivery unit (Pict. 9A bis);
- It is recommended to remove the suction terminals from the assistant’s tray and disconnect
the corresponding tubes from the unit body in order to prevent hindrances during the
conversion manoeuvre
Step 2 – Releasing the
unit.
Pict. 9A bis – Disassembling
the filler
Fold the front metal part
of the seat (leg-rest) back
toward the backrest (9.2
– pict. 9B).
Disengage
the
antirotation
stoppers
by
pulling the knobs (9.4 and
9.5) and, at the same
time, exerting a partial
rotation of the arm (9.3)
and unit body in order to
keep the pins unlocked.
9.3
9.1
Pict. 9A - Step1
9.4
9.5
Pict. 9B - Step 2
Pict. 9B bis – Stopper releasing
Step 3 – Instrument tray rotation.
Position yourself in the centre of the chair and pull the
unit body towards you.
When the unit body is halfway along the chair, take the
instrument tray to the opposite side to the plumbing unit
taking care to keep the arms in to avoid the unit from
toppling over. (see pict. 9C).
Step 4 – Rotating and locking the plumbing unit.
Pict. 9C - Step 3
Complete the rotation of the unit body taking it to the end
of its stroke (Pict. 9D) and ensure that the stopper pins
(9.4 and 9.5) are inserted into their seats.
The pivot of hydric (9.5) return automatically into their
seat rotating the group up to the maximum opening
towards the outside. Reposition the suction terminals in
their seats and then insert the connectors at the other end
of the tubes into the plumbing unit body.
Pict. 9D - Step 4
Step 5 – Assembling chair upholstery and positioning trays.
Rotate the instrument tray taking it to a position in which it will not hinder the reassembly of
the seat upholstery, and then fold the front part of the seat (legrest) outwards.
Reassemble the seat upholstery (Pict. 9E) repeating the operations indicated in Step 1 in
reverse order.
Fit the cup filler back in place. Reposition the dentist’s and assistant’s instrument trays in the
respective working areas.
Pict. 9E - Step 5
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DISINFECTION AND STERILIZATION
Procedures and program for sanitizing the equipment
ATTENTION: Always wear protective gloves when performing cleaning and disinfecting operations.
The products that can be employed with the unit are listed in the “Products for use with dental
unit” paragraph and must be used according to product instructions.
Upholstery – cleaning:
Surfaces – cleaning:
- disinfection:
For a protective, sanitising cleansing treatment use “ST-Surface Treatment Castellini”:
apply directly on the surface to be treated and spread evenly with a soft cloth. Then remove
residues with a dry cloth.
- Clean and decontaminate with Castellini STER 1 PLUS.
- Disinfect using ethyl alcohol 70% apply using a cloth, rub in until absorption.
- WATERLINES SUPPLYING SPRAYS
- cleaning:
Flushing - Time Flushing with mains water (see Chap. on Autosteril / Time Flushing)
- decontamination:
Autosteril cycle with chemical sterilant (see Chap. on Autosteril / Time Flushing).
- Flexible shields
- cleaning:
Inside tray, handpiece rests, Autosteril/Time Flushing holders:
- clean and decontaminate with STER 1 PLUS Castellini according to the instructions provided.
WARNING: contact with silicone materials for interocclusal records may cause irreparable
damage to flexible shields and instrument cords
- disinfect using ethyl alcohol 70%
- in an autoclave with steam for 20 min at 135 °C - 210 kPa (2.1 bars)
- disinfection:
- sterilization:
- maintenance
Ceramic bowl
- cleaning:
- to bleach flexible protections
- prepare a solution with 0.1÷ 0.5 % Active Chlorine, such as AMUCHINA Chlorine Oxidant
diluted 10% in water or commercial Bleach diluted 10 % in water;
- Allow the parts to be bleached to soak for 1 – 2 hours;
- Remove and rinse thoroughly.
Note: immediately after treatment the part may become temporarily darkened but after a few
hours of exposure to the air it will spontaneously regain its natural surface color.
This treatment also has a disinfectant effect.
WARNING: In contact with acids, the liquid releases a toxic gas (Chlorine). Irritant.
Rinse the treated materials thoroughly before reusing them
- domestic scale removing cleanser applied with a soft sponge (non-abrasive);
- Tray handles
Tank and hose for separate supply
Cover of Autosteril tub
- cleaning:
- cleaning and sanitizing with STER 1 PLUS Castellini
- disinfect using ethyl alcohol 70% vol.
- disinfection:
- in an autoclave with steam for 20 min at 135 °C - 210 kPa (2.1 bars)
- sterilization:
- Compressed air filter ampules (General air filter and HPA filter)
- cleaning:
- clean with a neutral liquid detergent (e.g. neutral Shampoo) and warm water.
WARNING: THE MATERIAL OF THE AMPOULES IS NOT ALCOHOL RESISTANT!
- HPA filtering cartridge for compressed air
- sterilization:
- in an autoclave with steam for 20 min at 135 °C - 210 kPa (2.1 bars)
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SURGICAL SUCTION SYSTEM
- Suction tubes
- cleaning and sanitizing:
- aspirate the diluted solution of STER 3 PLUS, according to the instructions provided;
then replace the disposable cannulas or rinse out and sterilize the reusable cannulas.
- Cannulas connectors
- cleaning:
- disinfection
- sterilization:
- Clean and decontaminate using Castellini STER 1 PLUS.
- Disinfect using ethyl alcohol 70% vol.
- The cannula connectors are disconnected from their respective hoses and sterilised in a
steam autoclave for 20 min at 135° C – 210 kPa (2.1 bar)
- Suction system filter
- cleaning:
OPERATING LIGHT:
INSTRUMENTS:
-
clean and sanitize the CONDUITS (see "Suction tubes" );
activate the suction system by raising a cannula;
while the suction is on, remove the pressure plug (13.2 – Pict. 13);
dispose of the residues and wash the filter under running water.
- see the instructions for each instrument in Parts “LUNA” operating lamp and
Operating Instruments – in this manual.
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EQUIPMENT SANITIZATION SCHEDULE
START OF THE
WORKING DAY
♦
♦
♦
♦
TIME-FLUSHING cycle, simple flushing with tap water;
Application of sterilized Flexible Protections;
Application of disposable covers for the Chair and Dental Unit;
Insertion of VF CONTROL PLUS tablet in the filter of the
suction system.
VF CONTROL PLUS
Package containing 120 Tablets CODE N500PP80
Package containing 240 Tablets CODE N500PP79
AFTER EACH
PATIENT
♦ AUTOSTERIL waterline decontamination
cycle
♦ Sterilization of sterilizable
instruments(lubrication of Turbines and
Micro-motor handpiece before and after
treatment with DAILY OIL)
♦ Sterilization of Flexible Shields
♦ Cleaning of suction hoses with STER 3
PLUS (3 measuring capfuls in 1 litre of hot
water)
♦ Cleaning and disinfecting of contaminated
surfaces with
DAILY OIL
SPRAY W/ QUICK COUPLING CODE L0000945
SPRAY W/ QUICK COUPLING CODE L0000946
SPRAY WITH SCREW CONNECTION CODE L0000950
SPRAY WITH SCREW CONNECTION CODE L0000951
STER 1 PLUS
1 Lt CODE N500P089
Package with six 1Lt
Bottles CODE L0000813
STER 1 PLUS and ETHYL ALCOHOL
70%
♦ Change of disposable covers
END OF THE
WORKING DAY
♦ AUTOSTERIL waterline decontamination
cycle
♦ Sterilization of sterilizable instruments
(lubrication of Turbines and Micro-motor
handpiece before and after treatment
with DAILY OIL)
♦ Sterilization of Flexible Shields
♦ Sterilization of Separate Supply Tank
♦ Elimination of disposable covers
♦ Clean and disinfect contaminated surfaces
with STER 1 PLUS and ETHYL
STER 3 PLUS
1 Lt CODE N500P071
Package with six 1Lt Bottles CODE L0001293
ST-Surface Treatment
Bottle 400 ml
CODE N500P150
ALCOHOL 70%
♦ Sanitizing protective detergent of Dental
Chair surfaces and Stool Upholstery use
ST-Surface Treatment
♦ Cleaning of surgical suction CONDUITS with
STER 3 PLUS (3 measuring caps in 1 liter
of hot water)
♦ Cleaning of Suction System FILTER
♦ Cleaning of cuspidor drain FILTER
♦ Sterilisation of cuspidor water spout, cup
filler, cuspidor, dentist’s tray handles and
handpiece protection (all removable and
autoclaveable)
MONTHLY
♦
♦
♦
♦
Replace cartridge of HPA FILTER (if present)
Cleaning of AMALGAM SEPARATOR filter (if present)
Note: see instructions for replacing the amalgam collector;
Cleaning of GLASS FRONT and REFLECTING MIRROR of the
Operating Light.
cartridge HPA
CODE H4200025
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
procedures and maintenance to be performed by Dental Surgery Personnel
Routine checks and maintenance ensure that the equipment preserves its functional and safety features and are the user’s
responsibility.
In addition to routine maintenance, periodic scheduled maintenance must be performed by a Castellini Service Center,
which must be called by the user at the intervals indicated in the Chapter on Schedule Technical Maintenance.
PROCEDURES
CHECK ON CRUSH-PREVENTION SYSTEMS (Pict. 10)
1 - Check on chair lowering anti-crush
safety system (Pict. 10A - 1)
- Activate the chair lowering control and
simultaneously press the safety base
plate; the chair should come to an
immediate stop and rise a few centimetres
2 - Check on backrest reclining anticrush safety system (Pict. 10A - 2)
- Activate the backrest recline control and
simultaneously block its way; the backrest
should immediately stop moving
Pict. 10A – Chair lowering anti-crush safety system
Pict. 10B – Assistant’s tray
anti-crush system
3 - Check on Assistant’s Tray anti-crush system (Pict. 10B)
- Activate the backrest raising control and simultaneously lift the handle of the assistant’s tray; the backrest should come
to an immediate halt and move down a few centimetres
Should any of these systems fail to perform efficiently, contact the Castellini Service Dept.
GENERAL AIR FILTER (Pict. 11)
Il Filtro generale dell’aria ha la funzione di trattenere le polveri e separare
la condensa dell’alimentazione pneumatica. Il livello del liquido condensato
non deve raggiungere l’elemento filtrante (11.1).
Per scaricare la condensa:
- portare la poltrona all’altezza massima;
- spegnere il riunito con l’interruttore generale;
- porre un recipiente sotto il filtro;
- svitare la valvola di scarico (11.2) e scaricare la condensa.
11.1
ATTENZIONE: l’ampolla trasparente NON RESISTE ALL’ALCOOL!
SOSTITUIRE l’elemento filtrante una volta all’anno
(chiamare l’Assistenza Tecnica).
12.2
11.2
Pict. 11 – General air filter
HPA FILTER (Optional) (Pict. 12)
12.1
Pict. 12 – HPA filter
The HPA filter has the function of trapping air-borne bacteria. The
internal cartridge is autoclaveable:
- raise the chair to max. height;
- shut off the main switch of the dental unit;
- operate the syringe to release the air pressure;
- unscrew the transparent ampoule with your hands; (11.1)
- pull out the cartridge (11.2) and sterilize it in an autoclave at 135 °C
210 kPa (2.1 bars) for 20 min.
DO NOT USE DRY STERILIZERS.
- re-insert the sterilized cartridge by applying pressure and screw the
ampoule back in place, tightening it all the way.
WARNING: the ampoule is NOT ALCOHOL RESISTANT!
REPLACE the cartridge once a year.
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13.2
13.1
SUCTION SYSTEM FILTER (Pict. 13)
Keep the suction filter (13.1) clean and free of residues according
to the cleaning directions provided in the chap. on Cleaning,
Disinfection and Sterilization.
After cleaning, place one or two VF Control plus - sanitizing
antifoaming tablets inside the filter.
CAUTION: wear protective gloves
Always operate with the suction system on (tube raised).
Pict. 13 - Suction system filter
WATER FILTERS (Pict. 15A)
- (under responsibility of dental surgery personnel)
50 µm
15A.1
Each dental unit has two water filters: a general filter in the
base of the chair (50 µm, with a yellow label), and a filter
for the instruments in the Water Supply Unit (25 µm, with a
red label).
In the event of a decrease in pressure or in water flow and
in any case at least once a year, clean or replace the
filtering elements:
- shut off the water supply to the dental unit
- shut off the main switch of the dental unit
- use the syringe to release residual pressure
- unscrew the cap (15A.1) and take out the filtering
element (15A.2)
- replace the filtering element or clean it with either
compressed air or water.
25 µm
15A.2
Pict. 15A – Water filters
WATER FILTER FOR HANDPIECES SPRAY (Pict. 15B)
15B.2
(50µm)
15B.1
In the inner part of the holder–instruments table is placed a
water filter for the spray liquids of the operating
instruments (about 50µm).
In case of pressure or water flow reduction of sprays to the
handpieces, and once at six months thereafter, clean or
subsitute the filtering element:
- stop the hydric power of the unit;
- close the main switch;
- activate the syringe to discharge the remaining pressure;
- unscrew the cap (15B.1) and pull out the filtering
element (15B.2);
- substitute the filtering element or clean it with compressed
air or water.
Pict. 15B – Water filter for handpieces spray
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TURBINE CONDENSATION FILTER (Pict. 15C)
Should you observe a significant increase in the build up of condensation
inside the filter (15C.1 – Pict. 15C) situated beneath the dental unit
instrument tray, remove the cover (15C.2) by turning it clockwise about a
¼ of a turn, replace the filtering element (15C.3) and eliminate the
liquids present.
15C.1
The filtering element must be replaced for the first
time within a year of the date shown on the cover
and at least once a year thereafter.
WARNING DANGER OF BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION!
The liquid condensate inside the cover must be handled and
disposed of by personnel wearing disposable gloves and eye
protection and always in compliance with Sanitary
Regulations for the disposal of Waste associated with
a High Biological Hazard.
15C.3
15C.2
Pict 15C - Turbine condensation filter
LUBRICATION OF SEALS
Use protective paste: “S1 Castellini – Protettivo per O-ring”
(Pict. 16A).
Directions: wear protective gloves, apply small quantities of paste on
your fingertips and spread a fine layer of paste over the part to be
lubricated directly with your fingers.
Pict. 16A - Lubrication of seals
SUCTION FILTER CAP (Pict. 16B)
Clean and sanitize the conduits with STER 3
PLUS according to the directions provided
- raise a tube to keep the suction system on;
- take off the filter cap (13.2 - Pict. 13);
- lubricate the inner surface of the cap as shown in
the pict.ure;
- fit the cap back onto the filter;
CAUTION: wear protective gloves
ALWAYS OPERATE WITH THE SUCTION SYSTEM ON
(TUBE RAISED).
Pict. 16B - Suction filter cap
SUCTION CANNULA HOSE CONNECTION
(Picts. 16C – 16D)
-
raise a cannula to maintain suction
remove the cannula body from its hose connection
lubricate the O-Ring shown by arrow A
lubricate the (red) (B) gasket by Vaseline
insert a VF Control plus tablet inside the hose
connection before fitting each cannula back in place
WARNING: wear protective gloves. always perform this
operation with the suction on (cannula raised).
Pict. 16C – Suction cannula hose connection
DENTAL INSTRUMENTS
see specific instructions in Part - Operating Instruments- of this manual.
OPERATING LIGHT
see the specific instructions in Part – Operating Lamp- of this manual.
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Pict. 16D – Suction
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
The manufacturer notes that all routine maintenance and sanitation of the dental unit must be performed EXCLUSIVELY
with the products (lubricants included) specified by Castellini. It is forbidden to use any products other than those
explicitly named in this manual and in the “Protocol for Hygiene and Maintenance of the Dental Unit”.
The Manufacturer warns that any failure to comply with the above prescription will be considered improper
use in contradiction with the manufacturer’s directions and as a result will compromise the essential safety
requisites.
DAILY
♦ Lubricate TURBINE with DAILY OIL
♦ Lubricate MICRO-MOTOR HANDPIECE according to the
handpiece manufacturer’s directions
♦ Lubricate AIR MICRO-MOTOR with DAILY OIL
♦ Lubricate FILTER CAP of the Suction System with protective
paste S1 – Protettivo per O-Ring
♦ Empty out condensation from GENERAL AIR FILTER
Note: the Turbine, Micro-motor handpiece and Air
Micro-motor must also be lubricated before and after
autoclave sterilization cycles
WEEKLY
With S1 – Protective for O-Ring, lubricate
♦ O-Ring of quick coupling of TURBINE (if present)
♦ O-Ring of coupling of MICRO-MOTOR HANDPIECE
Connectors of internal section of SYRINGE
DAILY OIL
SPRAY W/ QUICK COUPLING
CODE L0000945
SPRAY W/QUICK COUPLING
CODE L0000946
SPRAY WITH SCREW CONNECTION
CODE L0000950
SPRAY WITH SCREW CONNECTION
CODE L0000951
With Vaseline, lubricate
Red gaskets
PROTECTIVE PASTE S1
MONTHLY
YEARLY
♦ Check CRUSH-PREVENTION SAFETY systems of the Chair.
50 g CODE N500LP89
♦ Replace filtering element of GENERAL AIR FILTER
♦ Replace cartridge of HPA FILTER (if present)
♦ Replace the (separate supply system) bottle at least once in a year
♦ CONTACT SERVICE CENTER for Scheduled Technical Maintenance
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PRODUCTS TO BE USED WITH THE CASTELLINI DENTAL UNIT
RINSING AGENTS FOR SEPARATE SUPPLY SYSTEM
*
*
∗
ISOTONIC SALINE SOLUTION - OGNA S.p.A. 1000 ml disposable bottle to be connected to dental unit.
PURIFIED SOLUTION P.S. - OGNA S.p.A. 1000 ml disposable bottle to be connected to dental unit.
PHYSIOLOGICAL SOLUTION – Pharmaceutical product that may be used in the separate supply tank
following sterilization of the latter in an autoclave.
PRODUCTS FOR AUTOSTERIL SYSTEMS
*
Ster4Spray - Chemical Powder Sterilizer.
USE FOR AUTOSTERIL: in solution, following the indications on the label (16 – 20
grams of product in 1 litre of hot water 35 - 40 °C). The solution must be used
after 15 minutes and within 24 hours.
Disinfecting efficacy at different contact times: 2 minutes (low), 5 minutes
(intermediate) 10 minutes (high)
ATTENTION: Do not use the solution to supply instrument sprays.
Ster4Spray
200 g CODE N500P140
PRODUCTS FOR SANITIZING THE MEDICAL DEVICE
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
ETHYL ALCOHOL AT 70% - Solution 70 % (70 parts Ethyl Alcohol + 30 parts Distilled Water)
To be prepared on the spot by the user.
Note: in the “Guidelines of Conduct for Health Personnel for Controlling HIV infections”, Ministry of Health 6 April
1989, this substance is listed among the high-grade disinfectants effective against the HIV virus: “Ethyl Alcohol and
Isopropyl Alcohol (...) deactivate HIV in a few minutes. They are not effective on bacterial spores. Alcohol is most
effective at a concentration of 70%: higher or lower concentrations are less effective ”.
STER 1 PLUS Castellini – Decontaminant for surfaces of Castellini Medical Devices for dentistry. 1000 ml bottle
STER 3 PLUS Castellini – Concentrated sanitizing liquid for cleaning the Surgical Suction System - 1000 ml bottle
ST-Surface Treatment Castellini – Sanitizing protective detergent for Dental Chair and Stool Upholstery – 400 ml
bottle
VF CONTROL PLUS Castellini – Sanitizing anti-foaming tablet for surgical suction circuits
Formats
SMALL (240 1.7 g tablets) and MAGNUM (120 2.4 g tablets) - Use: in the suction system filter and in
each suction cannula.
AUTOCLAVEABLE TANK for separate supply system
PROTECTIVE SHIELDS:
Disposable covers for Chair headrest, backrest and seat
Disposable adhesive cover for Control Panel
Flexible autoclaveable shields for Instrument Tray, Handpiece Holder, Autosteril receptacles
PRODUCTS FOR MAINTENANCE
*
*
∗
*
*
DAILY OIL Castellini – Lubricating spray for daily turbine maintenance - Format: 200 ml cylinder
S1 Castellini - Protettivo per O-Ring – Protective silicone paste - Format: 20 g. tube
commercial VASELINE
SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE 5 ÷6% of Active Chlorine (commercial bleach) – DILUTED BEFORE USE
USE: to bleach flexible shields, 10% solution to be prepared by user on the spot (1 part bleach + 9 parts water)
AMUCHINA Electrolytic Chlorine Oxidizer – DILUTED BEFORE USE
USE: to bleach flexible shields, 10% solution to be prepared by user on the spot (1 part bleach + 9 parts water)
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Puma Evo
PART II – OPERATING
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LAMP “LUNA”
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TECHNICAL DATA
MEDICAL DEVICE CLASS I - by 93/42 EEC Directive
ELECTRO-MEDICAL EQUIPMENT CLASS I TYPE B - By CEI EN 60601-1
THE EQUIPMENT CANNOT BE USED WHEN FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURES CONTAINING AIR OR
OXIGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE ARE PRESENT
POWER SUPPLY
MAXIMUM POWER INPUT
VOLTAGE TO THE BULB
HALOGEN BULB WITH AXIAL FILAMENT (OSRAM HALO STAR 64450S)
75 W
12 V DC
12 V - 75 W
CONTINUOUS OPERATION
continuous
LIGHTING PARAMETER
LIGHTING AT 70 cm (I position)
COLOR POINT PROJECTION at 20000 lux
LIGHT PROJECTION at 70 cm
20000 lux
4000 K
20 X 10 cm
OPERATING LIGHT RANGE
VERTICAL TRANSLATION (to the "Y" axis)
"X" AXIS ROTATION
"Z" AXIS ROTATION
"Y" AXIS ROTATION
ARTICULATED ARM ROTATION AS TO SUPPORT POLE
SUPPORT POLE ROTATION AS TO THE UNIT
87 cm
280°
60°
120°
350°
140°
MAXIMUM WHOLE WEIGHT
UNIT VERSION
13 kg
Operating light head rotation axes
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PICTURES AND DESCRIPTIONS
1.2
(Pict. 1)
1 - Operating handle
2 - Operating light head
3 - Self-balanced pantograph arm
1.3
Warning!
- Do not use the lamp if the front glass or the external
head casing are visibly damaged or if unusual noises
and/or vibrations are produced. Contact an authorised
technical service centre.
- For the mouvement of the light use the handles (1.1)
only.
1.1
1.1
Pict. 1 – “LUNA” operating lamp”
REPLACEMENT OF THE BULB
(12 V - 75 W HALOGEN type HALO STAR 64450S
OSRAM) - (Pict. 2)
Before executing this operation, it's necessary to take
away the electric current from the unit:
- Bring the head (1.2 – pict. 1) in an accessible position
for the operator, and orientate it up, as shown in the
picture.
- Wait some minutes for the frontal glass cooling and
hold it by hand, unscrewing the fixing screws (2.1) as
to whole loosening: these screws go down without fall.
- After taking away the frontal glass, wait some minutes,
and then be sure that the internal parts are cold to
make any operations, because the whole lighting group
reaches high temperatures during the operation.
- Unthread the lighting cover (2.3) from its guide (2.4),
loosen the security dowels (2.5), using the hexagon
wrench supplied, and take away the halogen bulb
(2.6).
- Replace the old bulb with an identical one avoiding to
touch with the fingers the new bulb for not
shorten the lenght (to insert it into the bulb support,
use, for protection, the plastic case of the wrapping).
- Screw the security dowels (2.5) and take away the
plastic case.
- After inserting again the lighting cover (2.3) in its
guide (2.4), mount the frontal glass in its side and
screw the fixing screws (2.1), keeping it by a hand.
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Pict. 2 – Replacement of the bulb
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FOCUSING OF THE “LUNA” OPERATING LIGHT
(Pict. 3)
The focusing of the "Luna" operating light (Pict. 3), is carried
out by Castellini S.p.A, and the replacement of the bulb
doesn't modify it;
In case of necessity, operate as follow:
-Switch on and rotate the operating light head to the floor and
project the lighted beam perpendicularly upon a white drawing
sheet 70 cm about far from the frontal glass.
-By means of a screwdriver adjust screws (3.1 - 3.2 - 3.3),
which are accessible through the back slots, so as to the lighted
image becoming a rectangular pattern 20 x 10 cm about.
CLEANING OF THE OPTICAL PARTS
Clean periodically the mirror and the frontal glass to prevent
any luminosity level dropping.
This operation must be carried out when head is cold.
Use only ethyl denatured alcohol.
Dry surfaces carefully before switching on the operating
light.
.
Pict. 3 – Focusing of the operating light
PANTOGRAPH ARM REGULATION
(Pict. 4)
Whenever the head wouldn't stay in the position you
desired, it would be necessary to repeat the regulation
of pantographed arm self-balancement:
- Do place the head as shown in the picture.
- Unthread along the self-balanced arm the 2 rubber
foldings (4.1).
- Unscrew and take away the 4 fixing screws (4.2) and
remove the arm covering (4.3).
- Screwing coupling box (4.4, with a screwdriver or a
pin) you shall increase it's spring tension; unscrewing
coupling box, you'll decrease spring tension.
- Finally, you have to replace both arm covering that
rubber foldings.
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Pict. 4 - Pantograph arm regulation
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“LUNA” operating light
versione applicata al riunito
an dem Anlage aufgesetzte Ausfuhrung
modelo aplicado a l’equipo dental
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Puma Evo
PART III –
OPERATING INSTRUMENTS
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“THREESTERIL” SYRINGE
GENERAL SPECIFICATION
The Threesteril syringe is available just in the three ways (cold) model.
It allows supply of either water, air or spray (i.e. water and air simultaneously) by
pressing control A (water), B (air) or A and B together (spray effect). pict. 1.
Air supply may be adjusted according to the pressure applied on control B.
The nozzle may be rotated.
Warning!
Before every use, check that the nozzle and the external casing are
correctly fitted onto the syringe body.
Do not use the instrument if it is visibly damaged. Contact an authorised
technical service centre.
Pict. 1 – Overall view
CONNECTION TO THE UNIT
The inner body of the Threesteril syringe is already connected to the unit. Fit the
outside body paying attention not to press A and B controls (Pict. 1) amd rotating
slowly into the position that allows a complete fitting until it clicks.
The dental equipment has been setted by Castellini S.p.A. to supply water and air
with correct pressure for the syringe:
air pressure:
min: 330 kPa (3.3 bar) - max: 460 kPa (4.6 bar)
measured in position (2.5 - pict. 2)
water pressure
min: 90 kPa (0.9 bar) - max: 140 kPa (1.4 bar)
measured in position (2.4 - pict. 2)
Do not exceed in any case these pressure ranges.
Pict. 2 – Connection to the unit
USING SAFELY: rules and recommendations
To ensure that the equipment is used safely, the user must abide by the set standards of hygiene and professional
diligence.
The following points should also be kept in mind:
- During use, dust and fragments of material from the patient’s mouth or the device being used may be thrust into the
surrounding environment (organic and inorganic particles, metal dust, liquids, potentially infected fluids and biological
materials):
PERSONNEL MUST DULY PROTECT THEIR EYES, BREATHING PASSAGES, MOUTH AND SKIN by wearing
safety glasses, face shields, masks and disposable gloves.
Operate the suction system at high speed in all operations likely to result in a discharge of materials, dust and aerosols to
minimise their dissemination.
N.B.: it is not advisable to use drinking water to supply the dental unit, since it may lead to the formation of a
biofilm in the waterlines and thus facilitate germ proliferation inside the unit itself.
It is recommended to supply the unit exclusively with dedicated liquids (Isotonic Saline Solution or I.P.Purified
Water) using the Separate Supply system.
SERVICING
It is indispensable to supply the syringe with air and water conveniently filtered. Regular maintenance of the filters in
the unit and draining the condensate from the compressor tank is therefore recommemded.
Grease O-rings (2.3 - pict. 2) with silicon lubricant S1 once a week. Wearing protective disposable gloves, apply a small
amount of S1 on fingers and lubricate by it.
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CLEANING, DISINFECTING, STERILIZING
Warning!
The instrument is supplied not sterile.
Before use sterilize according to the above specifications.
Use gauze or cotton soaked in surgical alcohol to clean and disinfect syringe exterior.
Don’t soak the syringe directly in solution. Don’t use an ultrasonic cleaner.
In case of irregular water output, clean nozzle using the proper wire provided.
Only the outside cover of the syringe (nozzle and handle together (2.1 - pict. 2) may be removed, just pulling it away
from the inside body (2.2 - pict. 2), which remains connected to the hose) and sterilized in water steam autoclave or
chemiclave up to 135 °C, 210 kPa (2.1 bar) for 20 min.
In order to maintain a proper level of hygienic safety autoclave after the use on each patient.
Don’t remove the nozzle from the handle for sterilisation purpose.
Remove the outside cover of the syringe from autoclave immediately after the cycle.
Warning!
Pay attention not to press A and B controls (Pict. 1) when removing and fitting again the
outside cover.
When fitting the outside cover rotate slowly into the position that allows a complete fitting until it clicks.
Warning!
Check the autoclave periodically according to the manufacturer’s prescriptions!
Temperature exceeding the above stated limit may damage the handpiece!
Pict. 4 – Disinfecting
- Before carrying out the “TIME
FLUSHING” disinfection cycle, you
must place the plastic ring (4.1)
on the body of the syringe and
above the water control (as
shown in Pict. 4) to allow flow of
the liquid for disinfecting the
handpieces.
Whenever
you
note
an
appreciable decrease in the flow
of water to the syringe, and in
any case at least once every
six months, you must replace
the filter (50µ) (part 15B.2 –
pict. 5) situated in the lower part
of the instrument tray
15B.2
(50µm)
15B.1
Pict. 5 – Water ilter
(see “Part I – Instructions for Use and Maintenance – Routine Maintenance). If a supplementary “Threesteril”
syringe is present in the assistant’s tray, whenever you note an appreciable decrease in the flow of water to the syringe
you must replace the filter (part 5.1 – pict. 6) installed inside the dental unit body (see “Part IV – Instructions for
Installation – Removal of Protective Coverings); this filter must in any case be replaced at least once a year.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Pict. 3 – Cleaning of the tip
- In the event of a poor
delivery of air and/or
water, do not try to adjust
the pressure controls on the
unit. It is possible to clean the
water duct on the nozzle by
means of the supplied steel
wire. If a result is not achieved,
ask for Technical Assistance.
- In the event of water
continuous leakage, turn the
main switch of the unit off and
ask for Technical Assistance.
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Pict. 6 – Water filter
(only for additional syringe)
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“MULTISTERIL 2 TITANIUM” SYRINGE
GENERAL SPECIFICATION
Pict. 1 – – Overall view
Warning!
The “Multisteril 2 Titanium” syringe is available in three models: cold, warm
and warm with an integrated device for lighting the operating area.
It allows supply of either water, air or spray (i.e. water and air simultaneously) by
pressing control A (water), B (air) or A and B together (spray effect). See pict.
1.
Air supply may be adjusted according to the pressure applied on control B.
The nozzle may be rotated. It holds the bulb and the fiber optics (C - pict. 1) for
lighting the operating field when requested,
The warm syringe has to be subjected to intermittent operation as follows: 10 s
work, 5 min stand-by.
Before using the syringe be sure that nozzle and outside cover are correctly fitted on the
syringe body.
Don’t use the syringe if it is visibly damaged. Contact an authorized technical service centre.
CONNECTION TO THE UNIT
The “Multisteril 2 Titanium” syringe needs specific supply circuits for air,
water and power: therefore it can be fitted only on specifically arranged dental
units. Its eventual connection to not originally arranged units must be carried
out by skilled personnel, authorised by Castellini S.p.A.
Pict. 2 – Connection to the unit
The dental equipment has been setted by Castellini S.p.A. to supply water and
air with correct pressure for the syringe:
air pressure:
min 330 kPa (3.3 bar) max 460 kPa (4,6 bar)
measured in position 2.5 - pict. 2;
water pressure: min 90 kPa (0.9 bar) max 140 kPa (1.4 bar)
measured in position 2.4 - pict. 2
Do not exceed in any case these pressure ranges.
After having fitted the syringe on its hose, tighten ring (3.1 - pict. 3).
INTEGRATED LIGHTING DEVICE
Pict. 3 – Attachment to the unit
The bulb will light on as soon as the syringe is lifted from the dental unit table;
at the same time a jet of air will flow to remove the generated heat. Light will
remain on till the syringe is placed on the unit table again.
The bulb must be supplied with max 3.5 Vdc.
REPLACING THE BULB (Pict. 4)
Pict. 4 – Replacing the bulb
Remove the nozzle (5.1) from the syringe outer body just pulling it off and, by
means of a pointed device, remove the bulb (5.2).
Fit the new bulb into position coupling the two contacts with the socket
contacts: the bulb fits properly only in this position.
Don’t touch the bulb with bare hands. If this occurs, clean it with cotton and
alcohol. N.B.: The bulb life is approximately 50 hours
USING SAFELY: rules and recommendations
To ensure that the equipment is used safely, the user must abide by the set standards of hygiene and professional
diligence. The following points should also be kept in mind:
- During use, dust and fragments of material from the patient’s mouth or the device being used may be thrust into the
surrounding environment (organic and inorganic particles, metal dust, liquids, potentially infected fluids and biological
materials):
PERSONNEL MUST DULY PROTECT THEIR EYES, BREATHING PASSAGES, MOUTH AND SKIN by wearing safety
glasses, face shields, masks and disposable gloves. Operate the suction system at high speed in all operations likely to
result in a discharge of materials, dust and aerosols to minimise their dissemination. N.B.: it is not advisable to use
drinking water to supply the dental unit, since it may lead to the formation of a biofilm in the waterlines and thus facilitate
germ proliferation inside the unit itself; It is recommended to supply the unit exclusively with dedicated liquids (Isotonic
Saline Solution or I.P.Purified Water) using the Separate Supply system.
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SERVICING
It is indispensable to supply the syringe with air and water conveniently filtered. Regular maintenance of the filters in the
unit and draining the condensate from the compressor tank is therefore recommemded.
Grease O-rings (2.3 - pict. 2) with silicon lubricant S1 once a week. Wearing protective disposable gloves, apply a small
amount of S1 on fingers and lubricate by it.
CLEANING, DISINFECTING, STERILIZING
ATTENTION: The instrument is supplied not sterile.
Before use sterilize according to the following specifications.
Use gauze or cotton soaked in ethyl alcohol at 70% to clean and disinfect syringe exterior.
Don’t soak the syringe directly in solution. Don’t use an ultrasonic cleaner.
Clean fibre-optics terminal with alcohol-soaked cotton.
In case of irregular water output, clean nozzle using the proper wire provided.
Only the outside cover of the syringe (nozzle and handle together (2.1 - pict. 2)
may be removed, just pulling it away from the inside body (2.2 - pict. 2), which
remains connected to the hose) and sterilized in water steam autoclave up to
135 °C - 210 kPa (2.1 bar) for 20 min.
In order to maintain a proper level of hygienic safety autoclave after
Pict. 5 – – Surgical application tip
the use on each patient.
Don’t remove the nozzle from the handle for sterilisation purpose.
Remove the outside cover of the siringe from autoclave immediately after the cycle.
Warning!
Pay attention not to press A and B controls (Pict. 1) when removing and fitting again the
outside cover.
When fitting the outside cover make sure that inner slot (2.1A) is in line with screw (2.2A Pict. 2). The outside cover must be inserted all the way.
Important! The nozzle (4.1 - Pict. 4) must be removed from the syringe body only when replacing the bulb.
Warning!
Check the autoclave periodically according to the manufacturer’s
prescriptions!
Temperature exceeding the above stated limit may damage the
handpiece!
The traditional tip (4.1 – pict.. 4) may be replaced, (subject to request) with the surgical
application tip (6.1 – pict.. 6) by simply pulling it off the handle
TROUBLESHOOTING
Pict. 6 – Nozzle for surgical
application
- In the event of a poor delivery of air and/or water, do not try to adjust the pressure
controls on the unit. It is possible to clean the water duct on the nozzle by means of the
supplied steel wire (Pict. 5). If a result is not achieved, ask for Technical Assistance.
- In the event of water continuous leakage from the syringe nozzle, turn the main switch of the unit off and ask for
Technical Assistance.
- In the event of water leakage from the connection to the hose, check that coupling ring (3.1 - Pict. 3) is
correctly tightened.
- In the event of heating device failure, ask for Technical Assistance.
Warning!
The syringe nozzle may reach excessive temperature if the cooling air is not supplied s imultaneously
when lighting the bulb on because of a device failure on the unit. In this event, turn the light off by means
of the control on the unit and ask for Technical Assistance.
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“CLEANAIR 2000” - “CLEANLIGHT 2000” TURBINE
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Speed
Air working pressure (handpiece)
Water pressure
Air delivery
Burr stem diameter
Max burr lenght
Min burr lock lenght
Max burr diameter
Classification:
Note:
Testina Standard
340.000 ÷ 366.000 giri/min
240÷260 kPa (2.4÷2.6 bar)
37 ÷ 40 lt/min
70÷140 kPa 0.7÷1.4 bar)
1.590 ÷ 1.600 mm (ISO 1797-1)
26 mm
11.7 mm
2 mm
IIa (93/42 EEC Directive)
The rotation velocity measurement unit SI is "rad/sec".
Testina miniature
380.000 ÷ 420.000 giri/min
260÷280 kPa (2.6÷2.8 bar)
30 ÷ 33 lt/min
70÷140 kPa (0.7÷1.4 bar)
1.590 ÷ 1.600 mm (ISO 1797-1)
19 mm
11.2 mm
2 mm
1 rad/sec = π RPM
30
WARNING!
- High speed handpiece!
- An excessive pressure may damage the tooth!
- Cool the operating area conveniently!
- Stop the turbine immediately if the cooling media don't flow!
- Do not use burrs with dimensions exceding the above mentioned limits!
- Do not use worn or damaged burrs! Handle burrs with care wearing protective gloves!
- Castellini does not supply the burrs for the turbines and handpieces and PRESCRIBES the use of
only burrs (or other similar tools) that bear the EC mark of conformity with EEC Directive 93/42.
- Before every use, check that the burr is correctly locked in the gripper (see section “BURR
LOCKING”).
- The burr release button becomes very hot if it is pushed while the turbine is running. Pay the
greatest attention not to push it unintentionally against the Patient's oral cavity.
- Do not use the instrument if it is visibly damaged or if unusual noises and/or vibrations are
produced. Contact an authorised technical service centre.
- For the use of this instrument the rubber dam must be applied on the patient.
The high speed air turbine has to be subjected to intermittent operation: 20 min work, 10 min stand-by.
USING SAFELY: rules and recommendations
To ensure that the equipment is used safely, the user must abide by the set standards of hygiene and professional
diligence.
The following points should also be kept in mind:
- During use, dust and fragments of material from the patient’s mouth or the device being used may be thrust into the
surrounding environment (organic and inorganic particles, metal dust, liquids, potentially infected fluids and biological
materials):
PERSONNEL MUST DULY PROTECT THEIR EYES, BREATHING PASSAGES, MOUTH AND SKIN by wearing safety
glasses, face shields, masks and disposable gloves. Operate the suction system at high speed in all operations likely to
result in a discharge of materials, dust and aerosols to minimise their dissemination.
N.B.: it is not advisable to use drinking water to supply the dental unit, since it may lead to the formation of a
biofilm in the waterlines and thus facilitate germ proliferation inside the unit itself; It is recommended to supply the
unit exclusively with dedicated liquids (Isotonic Saline Solution or I.P.Purified Water) using the Separate Supply
system.
HANDPIECE CONNECTIONS
Handpieces without fiber optics
-handpiece with four ways coupling - ISO 9168
Handpieces with fiber optics
-handpiece with four ways plus two electric contacts coupling
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REGULATING DRIVING AIR PRESSURE (Pict. 2)
Connect the fitting with the pressure gauge between the tubing and handpiece or
between the tubing and faston. Operate the high-speed handpiece and check
pressure. The standard-head and miniature-head handpieces can be interchanged
without adjusting prressure.
Driving air pressure range:
Pict. 2 – Driving Air Pressure
Screw-coupling handpieces:
240÷250 kPa (2.4÷2.5 bar) per testina standard
260÷280 kPa (2.6÷2.8 bar) per testina miniature
REGULATING SPRAY WATER (Pict. 3)
Use the ring on the tubing coupling to control water supply.
Pict 3 – Regulating spray water
BURR LOCKING SYSTEMS
Burr locking: screw-type with key (Pict. 4)
Fit key (2) into head, introduce bur (3) and turn
knob clockwise, tightening gently -. The key can
be sterilized in autoclave.
Burr locking: push-button type (Pict. 5)
Simply press down with thumb in the centre of
handpiece head back cover to remove and
introduce a new bur, and lift thumb to lock in
place.
Pict. 5 – Burr locking: push-button type”
Pict. 4 – Burr locking: screw-type
with key
Check the correct fitting of the bur pulling it by hand.
Push bur all the way in for correct fitting. Always use burs with 1.590 - 1.600 mm standard stem
(ISO 1797-1).
To prevent damage, NEVER release bur until high-speed handpiece stops turning.
REPLACING
HIGH
SPEED
HANDPIECE
ROTOR
(Picts. 6 - 7)
The rotor is field replaceable. Unscrew cap of head (4) with
the key (pict.5). Before fitting a new rotor, make sure that ORings (5) are in their correct position, i.e. in the head and cap.
Now screw on cap tightly.
When replacing the rotor replace also the O-Rings and
the wavy washer in the cap (Pict. 7).
Pict. 7 – replace also the ORings
Pict. 6 – Replacing high speed
handpiece rotor
LIGHTING DEVICE
The halogen microlamp on the faston coupling has to be powered with a maximum 3.5 VDC source. NEVER touch it with
bare hands. If this occurs, clean lamp with cotton wool and alcohol.
The lamp lights automatically when the high-speed handpiece is working: when it stops, the light will stay on for a set
time (up to 20 s maximum).
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REPLACING LAMP
Screw-coupling handpieces (Pict. 8)
Detach handpiece from tubing, slide off seal (8) and remove lamp (7). Put in
new lamp, replace seal (8) (make sure holes are properly positioned) and
reconnect handpiece to tubing.
N.B.: The bulb life is approximately 50 hours
Pict. 8 - Replacing lamp screw-coupling
handpieces
LUBRICATING HIGH SPEED HANDPIECE
Use the spray-can “DAILY OIL” to lubricate at least once daily and in
the hereafter indicated circumstances the high-speed handpiece.
Follow the instructions on can, remembering to apply lubricant in two short
sprays. Eliminate any excess lubricant before use by operating the handpiece
(hold it over cuspidor) and wiping in with gauze and cotton.
Do this with bur in place to prevent mechanical damage to handpiece.
In addition it is imperative to lubricate as follows:
- Before and after autoclaving
- Before and after every AUTOSTERIL disinfecting or sterilizing
cycle.
Regular use of this spray lubricant assures best working order.
Proceed as shown in Pict. 10 for screw coupling
Pict. 10 – Handpiece lubrication
Should you observe a significant increase in the build up of
condensation inside the filter (13.1 – Pict. 9) situated beneath the
dental unit instrument tray, remove the cover (13.2) by turning it
clockwise about a ¼ of a turn, replace the filtering element (13.3)
and eliminate the liquids present
the filtering element must be replaced
for the first time within a year of the date
shown on the cover and at least once a
year thereafter
Pict. 13 – Condensation filter disassemble
WARNING DANGER OF BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION!
The liquid condensate inside the cover must be handled and disposed of by personnel wearing disposable
gloves and eye protection and always in compliance with Sanitary Regulations for the disposal of Waste
associated with a High Biological Hazard.
Before replacing the cover, thoroughly wash and disinfect it. Do not use products containing denatured
alcohol, since the material is not alcohol resistant.
CLEANING, DISINFECTING, STERILIZING
ATTENTION: The instrument is supplied not sterile.
Before use sterilize according to the following specifications.
Wear protective gloves! Remove the burr!
Use gauze or cotton soaked in ethyl alcohol at 70% to clean and/or disinfect handpiece exterior. DO NOT soak
handpiece directly in solution. DO NOT use an ultrasonic cleaner.
Clean the spray nozzle after each operation: use the steel wire supplied and the syringe to blow on the nozzle. Clean fibreoptic terminals with alcohol-soaked gauze.
In order to maintain a proper level of hygienic safety handpieces must be sterilized in autoclave with water
steam up to 135°C, 210 kPa (2.1 bar) for 20 min, after the use on each patient. Never sterilize handpieces in
dry-heat sterilizers.
Before and after each autoclaving, lubricate handpiece and clean fibre-optic terminals. Never leave handpieces in
autoclave overnight: always remove them from autoclave after each cycle.
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Before and after each autoclaving, lubricate handpiece and clean fibre-optic terminals. Never leave handpieces in
autoclave overnight: always remove them from autoclave after each cycle.
Warning! Check the autoclave periodically according to the manufacturer’s prescriptions!
Temperature exceeding the above stated limit may damage the handpiece!
IMPORTANT
WE PRESCRIBE TO STOP WORKING IMMEDIATELY IN THE EVENT OF UNUSUAL NOISE,
STRONG VIBRATION OR IF BUR IS NOT KEPT FIRMLY IN POSITION.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Low power on high speed
handpiece; abrupt rpm loss
LIKELY CAUSE
Irregular air pressure
Air leaks at tubing coupling
Worn out bearings
Misaligned or very worn bur
Worn out bearings
Square section of shaft rounded
REMEDY
Check and adjust
Tighten coupling ring or replace ORings if worn
Check tubing or replace it
Lubricate repeatedly between brief
runs
Replace rotor assembly
Fit in new bur
Replace rotor assembly
Replace rotor assembly
Worn key
Worn clamp
Not-calibrated bur diameter
Curved bur
Not-calibrated bur diameter
Order new key
Replace clamp
Use only quality burs
Use new bur
Use only quality burs
Curved bur
Worn clamp
Button not fully pressed down
Use new bur
Replace rotor assembly
Push the button at centre all the
way
Detach handpiece, hold tube over
cuspidor and blow out air and
water. N.B. Water regulator must
be open
Clean handpiece: use supplied
steel wire carefully so as not to
ovalize nozzles.
Replace lamp
Tighten fully the handpiece tube
coupling ring, or, if not enough,
replace tube assembly
Tighten fully coupling ring
Blocked air way
Handpiece needs lubrication
Very noisy handpiece
Defective attaching or detaching bur:
key-type bur clamp
Defective attaching or detaching bur:
push-button clamp
Defective spray
Blocked nozzles
No light in fibre-optic handpiece
Burned out lamp
Defective tube coupling
Water leaks from coupling
Loose tubing
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"HI–POWER 2 CERAMIC" – "TITANIUM GOLD 2" - "TITANIUM GOLD 2 MINIATURE" TURBINE
GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA
Speed
Air working pressure (handpiece)
Air delivery
Water pressure
Burr stem diameter
Max burr lenght
Min burr lock lenght
Max burr diameter
Classification:
Note:
Hi-Power 2 Ceramic/
Titanium Gold 2
350.000 ÷ 366.000 rpm
260 ÷ 280 kPa (2.6 ÷ 2.8 bar)
48 ÷ 51 lt/min
70÷140 kPa (0.7÷1.4 bar)
1.590 ÷ 1.600 mm (ISO 1797-1)
26 mm
11.7
2 mm
IIa (93/42 EEC Directive)
The rotation velocity measurement unit SI is "rad/sec".
Titanium Gold 2 Miniature
380.000 ÷400.000 rpm
280 ÷ 300 kPa (2.8 ÷ 3 bar)
44 ÷ 47 lt/min
70÷140 kPa (0.7÷1.4 bar)
1.590 ÷ 1.600 mm (ISO 1797-1)
19 mm
11.2
2 mm
1 rad/sec =
π
30
RPM
Warning!:
- High speed handpiece!
- An excessive pressure may damage the tooth!
- Cool the operating area conveniently!
- Stop the turbine immediately if the cooling media don't flow!
- Do not use burrs with dimensions exceding the above mentioned limits!
- Do not use worn or damaged burrs! Handle burrs with care wearing protective gloves!
- Castellini does not supply the burrs for the turbines and handpieces and PRESCRIBES the use of
only burrs (or other similar tools) that bear the EC mark of conformity with EEC Directive 93/42.
- Before every use, check that the burr is correctly locked in the gripper (see section “BURR
LOCKING”).
- The burr release button becomes very hot if it is pushed while the turbine is running. Pay the
greatest attention not to push it unintentionally against the Patient's oral cavity.
- Do not use the instrument if it is visibly damaged or if unusual noises and/or vibrations are
produced. Contact an authorised technical service centre.
- For the use of this instrument the rubber dam must be applied on the patient.
The high speed air turbine has to be subjected to intermittent operation: 20 min work, 10 min stand-by.
USING SAFELY: rules and recommendations
To ensure that the equipment is used safely, the user must abide by the set standards of hygiene and professional
diligence.
The following points should also be kept in mind:
- During use, dust and fragments of material from the patient’s mouth or the device being used may be thrust into the
surrounding environment (organic and inorganic particles, metal dust, liquids, potentially infected fluids and biological
materials):
PERSONNEL MUST DULY PROTECT THEIR EYES, BREATHING PASSAGES, MOUTH AND SKIN by wearing safety
glasses, face shields, masks and disposable gloves.
Operate the suction system at high speed in all operations likely to result in a discharge of materials, dust and aerosols to
minimise their dissemination.
N.B.: it is not advisable to use drinking water to supply the dental unit, since it may lead to the formation of a
biofilm in the waterlines and thus facilitate germ proliferation inside the unit itself; It is recommended to supply the
unit exclusively with dedicated liquids (Isotonic Saline Solution or I.P.Purified Water) using the Separate Supply
system.
HANDPIECE CONNECTION
The handpiece must be connected to its hose by means of Castellini faston coupling which has four ways plus two electric
contacts coupling section.
CASTELLINI-FASTON HANDPIECE: ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY (Pict. 1)
Pict. 1 – Assembly/disassembly
Castellini-faston handpiece
Screw in the faston tightly to the flexible handpiece tubing.
Lubricate O-Rings with specific S1 lubricant. Fit the handpiece over the faston couplin
check that it is firmly connected pulling it by hand while rotating it.
To remove the handpiece, pull back and slide off by turning it gently. Don't remove
the handpiece while the burr is rotating!
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REGULATING DRIVING AIR PRESSURE (Pict. 2)
Connect the fitting with the pressure gauge between the tubing and faston. Operate
the high-speed handpiece and check pressure (Pict. 2).
Driving air-pressure:
260 ÷ 280 kPa (2.6 ÷ 2.8 bar) for Hi-Power 2 Ceramic e Titanium Gold 2.
Pict. 2 - Regulating driving air pressure 280 ÷ 300 kPa (2,8÷3 bar) for Titanium Gold 2 Miniature.
REGULATING SPRAY WATER (Pict. 3)
Use the ring on the tubing coupling to control water supply.
Pict. 3 - Regulating spray water
BURR LOCKING
Burr locking: push-button type (Pict. 4)
Simply press down with thumb in the centre of handpiece head back cover to
remove and introduce a new burr, and lift thumb to lock in place.
Check the correct fitting of the burr pulling it by hand. Wear
protective gloves!
Push burr all the way in for correct fitting. Always use burrs
with 1.590-1.600 mm standard stem (ISO 1797-1).
To prevent damage, NEVER release burr until high-speed
handpiece stops turning.
REPLACING HIGH SPEED HANDPIECE ROTOR (Picts. 5 - 6)
The rotor is field replaceable. Unscrew cap of head (4) with the key (pict.5). Before
fitting a new rotor, make sure that O-Rings (5) are in their correct position, i.e. in
Pict. 4 - Burr locking
the head and cap. Now screw on cap tightly.
When replacing the rotor replace also the O-Rings and the
wavy washer in the cap (Pict. 6).
LIGHTING DEVICE
The halogen microlamp on the faston coupling has to be powered
with a maximum 3.5 VDC source. NEVER touch it with bare hands.
If this occurs, clean lamp with cotton wool and alcohol.
The lamp lights automatically when the high-speed handpiece is
working: when it stops, the light will stay on for a set time (up to 20
s maximum).
Pict. 5 - Replacing high speed
handpiece rotor
REPLACING LAMP (Pict. 7)
Pict. 6 - replace also the
O-Rings
Disconnect the handpiece from faston coupling. Unscrew the front part (9) of the
faston coupling and remove bulb. Put a new bulb in place and screw (9) again.
N.B.: The bulb life is approximately 50 hours
LUBRICATING HIGH SPEED HANDPIECE (Pict. 8)
Use the spray-can “DAILY OIL” to lubricate at least once daily and in the
hereafter indicated circumstances the high-speed handpiece.
Follow the instructions on can, remembering to apply lubricant in two short sprays.
Pict. 7 - Replacing lamp
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Eliminate any excess lubricant before use by operating the handpiece (hold it over
cuspidor) and wiping in with gauze and cotton. Do this with burr in place to prevent
mechanical damage to handpiece.
In addition it is imperative to lubricate as follows:
-Before and after autoclaving
-Before and after every AUTOSTERIL disinfecting or sterilizing cycle.
Pict. 8 – Handpiece lubrication
Regular use of this spray lubricant assures best working order.
Proceed as shown in Pict. 8.
Should you observe a significant increase in the build up of
condensation inside the filter (9.1 – Pict. 9) situated beneath the
dental unit instrument tray, remove the cover (9.2) by turning it
clockwise about a ¼ of a turn, replace the filtering element (9.3)
and eliminate the liquids present; the filtering element must
be replaced for the first time within a
year of the date shown on the cover and
at least once a year thereafter.
Pict. 9 - Condensation filter disassemble
WARNING DANGER OF BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION!
The liquid condensate inside the cover must be handled and disposed of by personnel wearing disposable
gloves and eye protection and always in compliance with Sanitary Regulations for the disposal of Waste
associated with a High Biological Hazard.
Before replacing the cover, thoroughly wash and disinfect it. Do not use products containing denatured
alcohol, since the material is not alcohol resistant.
CLEANING, DISINFECTING, STERILIZING
ATTENTION: The instrument is supplied not sterile.
Before use sterilize according to the following specifications.
Wear protective gloves! Remove the burr!
Use gauze or cotton soaked in ethyl alcohol at 70% to clean and/or disinfect handpiece exterior. DO NOT soak
handpiece directly in solution. DO NOT use an ultrasonic cleaner.
Clean the spray nozzle after each operation: use the steel wire supplied and the syringe to blow on the nozzle. Clean fibreoptic terminals with alcohol-soaked gauze.
In order to maintain a proper level of hygienic safety handpieces must be sterilized in autoclave with water
steam up to 135°C, 210 kPa (2.1 bar) for 20 min, after the use on each patient. Never sterilize handpieces in
dry-heat sterilizers.
Before and after each autoclaving, lubricate handpiece and clean fibre-optic terminals. Never leave handpieces in
autoclave overnight: always remove them from autoclave after each cycle.
Warning!
Check the autoclave periodically according to the manufacturer’s prescriptions!
Temperature exceeding the above stated limit may damage the handpiece!
SERVICING THE CASTELLINI FASTON CONNECTION
Lubricate at least weekly the O-Rings with silicone lubricant S1, distributed by Castellini S.p.A. Wearing protective
disposable gloves, apply a small amount of S1 on fingers and use it for lubricating.
If faston coupling leaks, replace the O-Rings: grasp them with two fingers and slide them along one side and forward to
remove them. Slip on the new rings, fit them properly into the grooves and lubricate.
Important! The faston coupling CANNOT be sterilized in autoclave.
IMPORTANT
WE PRESCRIBE TO:
STOP WORKING IMMEDIATELY IN THE EVENT OF UNUSUAL NOISE,
STRONG VIBRATION OR IF BUR IS NOT KEPT FIRMLY IN POSITION.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Low power on high speed
handpiece; abrupt rpm loss
LIKELY CAUSE
Irregular air pressure
Air leaks at tubing coupling
Worn out bearings
Misaligned or very worn bur
Worn out bearings
Square section of shaft rounded
REMEDY
Check and adjust
Tighten coupling ring or replace ORings if worn
Check tubing or replace it
Lubricate repeatedly between brief
runs
Replace rotor assembly
Fit in new bur
Replace rotor assembly
Replace rotor assembly
Worn key
Worn clamp
Not-calibrated bur diameter
Curved bur
Not-calibrated bur diameter
Order new key
Replace clamp
Use only quality burs
Use new bur
Use only quality burs
Curved bur
Worn clamp
Button not fully pressed down
Use new bur
Replace rotor assembly
Push the button at centre all the
way
Detach handpiece, hold tube over
cuspidor and blow out air and
water. N.B. Water regulator must
be open
Clean handpiece: use supplied
steel wire carefully so as not to
ovalize nozzles.
Replace lamp
Tighten fully the handpiece tube
coupling ring, or, if not enough,
replace tube assembly
Tighten fully coupling ring
Replace and lubricate them.
Blocked air way
Handpiece needs lubrication
Very noisy handpiece
Defective attaching or detaching bur:
key-type bur clamp
Defective attaching or detaching bur:
push-button clamp
Defective spray
Blocked nozzles
No light in fibre-optic handpiece
Burned out lamp
Defective tube coupling
Water leaks from coupling
Loose tubing
Worn faston O-Rings
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“IMPLANTOR 2” and " IMPLANTOR 2L” MICROMOTOR
(only if request)
GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA
Input
Max Speed
Min Speed
Max torque
Cooling
Intermittent operation
Air supply
Water supply
Air cooling consumption
Spray air consumption:
Spray water consumption:
Classification:
Note:
32 VDC max
50.000±10% rpm
200 ±10% rpm
4 Ncm
Forced air
5 min work - 25 min stand-by
420 ± 20 kPa (4,2 ± 0,2 bar) at the exit of the syringe
120 ± 20kPa (1,2 ± 0,2 bar) at the exit of the syringe
~ 33 Nl/min
~ 5 Nl/min
35 cc/min
IIa (93/42 EEC Directive)
The rotation velocity measurement unit SI is "rad/sec".
1 rad/sec =
WARNING!
π
30
RPM
- Before every use, check that the handpiece is firmly secured to the micromotor and that the burr is
correctly locked in the handpiece gripper.
- Cool the operating area conveniently!
- Only handpieces and burrs (or other similar tools) EC-marked according to Directive 93/42 EEC must be
used.
- Do not use the instrument if it is visibly damaged or if unusual noises and/or vibrations are produced.
Contact an authorised technical service centre.
- For the use of this instrument the rubber dam must be applied on the patient.
- A cooling air stream through the hose is indispensable during the motor running.
- Do not change the technical parametrer of the functionning.
USING SAFELY: rules and recommendations
To ensure that the equipment is used safely, the user must abide by the set standards of hygiene and professional
diligence. The following points should also be kept in mind:
- During use, dust and fragments of material from the patient’s mouth or the device being used may be thrust into the
surrounding environment (organic and inorganic particles, metal dust, liquids, potentially infected fluids and biological
materials):
PERSONNEL MUST DULY PROTECT THEIR EYES, BREATHING PASSAGES, MOUTH AND SKIN by wearing safety
glasses, face shields, masks and disposable gloves.
Operate the suction system at high speed in all operations likely to result in a discharge of materials, dust and aerosols to
minimise their dissemination. N.B.: it is not advisable to use drinking water to supply the dental unit, since it may
lead to the formation of a biofilm in the waterlines and thus facilitate germ proliferation inside the unit itself; It is
recommended to supply the unit exclusively with dedicated liquids (Isotonic Saline Solution or I.P.Purified Water)
using the Separate Supply system.
REGULATION
Pict. 1 – Water spray regulation
The input for the micromotor must be provided by
the special Castellini stabilized power supply box inside the unit - and the relative cable and wiring.
To control speed or change direction of rotation,
adjust the controls on the unit.
The amount of water for the spray is easily
regulated by opening or closing the control on the
pipe connection, as shown in pict. 1.
To cut off the spray, adjust the controls on the
unit.
CONNECTION TO THE SUPPLY HOSE
Pict. 2 – Connection to the supply hose
Pict. 3 – Carter disassemble
It is advisable to take off the outside cover as shown in pict. 3.
Place the motor near the hose mating the two spray tubes (the long ones) with the
two steel sockets on the hose connection (pict. 4).
Push the motor against the hose and screw tight the locking ring.
Place cover (1) again on to the motor and push until it clicks.
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CONNECTING AND DISCONNECTING HANDPIECES (Pict. 4)
Pict. 4 - Connecting and disconnecting handpieces
Handpieces compling with ISO 3964 or INTRAmatic ® Lux type may be
fitted.
Fit the handpiece over the connection stem and push until it clicks. Be
sure the handpiece can swivel freely. Damaged or worn handpieces are
not be used.
For disconnecting a handpiece simply pull it out, as shown on pict. 2.
LIGHTING DEVICE
The lighting device must be supplied with max 3.5 VDC. The handpiece
lights up automatically when the micromotor is running: when it stops, the
light will stay on for a set time (variable to a 20 s maximum).
REPLACING BULB (Pict. 5)
Take off the outside cover and pull out the lamp with a little screwdriver
or another tool. Connect the lamp as to the bottom of its seat.
N.B.: The bulb life is approximately 50 hours
Pict. 5 - Replacing bulb
USING THE LOW-SPEED MOTOR WITH EXTERNAL COOLING
FLUID (Pict. 6)
1) Move the ring nut (1) into the closed position;
2) remove the cap (2) from the connector (3) and connect one end of the
tube (4 ) in its place;
3) connect the other end of the tube (4) to the external connector on the
handpiece;
4) adjust flow by means of the regulator (5).
To switch back to the internal cooling fluid conpict.uration, disconnect the
tube (4) and replace the cap (2) on the connector (3). Adjust flow with
the ring nut (1).
To replace the tube (4), hold the wheel of the regulator (5) in the
completely open position. Then remove the tube and replace it with a new
one.
Pict. 6 - Replacing bulb
The tube (4) and regulator (5) may be sterilised in a steam autoclave at 135 °C, 210 kPa (2,1 bar) for 20 minutes. They
should be autoclaved after use on each patient.
N.B.: After use of a potentially encrusting solution, we prescribe to wash the hydraulic circuit with a water
flow
SERVICING
NEVER LUBRICATE THE ELECTRICAL MICROMOTOR! Pay attention that the lubrication oil for handpieces doesn’t
drip into the motor body.
At least once a week remove the outside cover and lubricate the two O-rings on the micromotor body and the three spray
seal rings on the handpiece connection stem (pict. 2): use the specific grease S1 distributed by CASTELLINI S.p.A.
Wearing protective disposable gloves, apply a small amount of S1 on fingers and lubricate by it.
Any other technical assistance to the motor must be carried out by specialized personnel, authorized by
CASTELLINI S.p.A.
CLEANING, DISINFECTING, STERILIZING
ATTENTION: The instrument is supplied not sterile.
Before use sterilize according to the following specifications.
The outside cover of the motor may be cleaned and disinfected by means of cotton soaked in ethyl alcohol at 70%. Also, it
may be taken off as shown in pict. 3 and sterilized in a steam autoclave up to 135 °C, 210 kPa (2.1 bar) for 20 min. In
order to maintain a proper level of hygienic safety, autoclave after the use on each patient. Clean and
desinfect prior to sterilizing.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT AUTOCLAVE THE WHOLE MICROMOTOR!
DO NOT SOAK THE MICROMOTOR DIRECTLY IN SOLUTION!
Warning! Check the autoclave periodically according to the manufacturer’s prescriptions!
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
Motor fails to rotate and no voltage at Burnt out fuse in power supply
hose exit
unit
Power supply box failure
Supply line failure
Motor fails to rotate but there is voltage Motor is stuck
at hose exit
Handpiece is stuck
SUGGESTED SOLUTION
Change fuse
Seek technical assistance
Seek technical assistance
Seek technical assistance
Remove, clean and grease handpiece.
Send handpiece to manufacturer
Motor rotates, but speed cannot be Foot
control
potentiometer Change potentiometer
regulated
failure
Seek technical assistance
Stabilized power supply unit Seek technical assistance
failure
Motor run is intermittent
Supply cable failure
Change supply cable
Damaged bearings
Seek technical assistance
Motor fails to provide sufficient power
Power supply unit failure / Seek technical assistance
Motor failure
The motor heats up too much
Inadequate cooling air
Seek technical assistance
Only the motor rotates but not the bur
Handpiece is fitted incorrectly
Remove handpiece and re-fit correctly
Handpiece is broken-down
Send handpiece to manufacturer
Connection joint damaged
Seek technical assistance
Handpiece rotates on its attachment
Handpiece is stuck
Remove, clean and grease handpiece.
Send handpiece to manufacturer
Handpiece cannot be locked on the Handpiece damaged
Change handpiece
connection stem
Latch damaged
Seek technical assistance
Water leakage from handpiece
Worn or damaged seal rings
Change the rings or seek technical
assistance
Water leakage from pipe connection
Worn or damaged seal rings
Change the rings or seek technical
assistance
IMPORTANT
WE PRESCRIBE TO:
STOP WORKING IMMEDIATELY IN THE EVENT OF UNUSUAL NOISE, STRONG VIBRATION
OR IF BUR IS NOT KEPT FIRMLY IN POSITION.
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"PIEZOSTERIL 5" - "PIEZOLIGHT 5" SCALER HANDPIECE
GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA
Electrical supply
Max Input power
Frequency
Intermittent operation
Water supply
Classification:
32 VDC
15 W
25.000 ÷ 32.000 Hz
20 min work – 10 min stand-by
90 ÷ 140 kPa (0,9 ÷ 1,4 bar) at the exit of the syringe
IIa (93/42 EEC Directive)
WARNING!
- Before every use check that the tip is correctly locked on the handpiece (see section “USING THE
HANDPIECE”).
- Cool the operating area conveniently!
- Do not use the instrument if the tip or handpiece are visibly damaged or if unusual noises and/or
vibrations are produced. Contact an authorised technical service centre.
- For the use of this instrument the rubber dam must be applied on the patient. In treatment procedures
with tips that do not allow application of a dam, the patient must be instructed to breathe through his/her
nose during treatment.
- High frequency ultrasonic vibrations may interfere with pace-maker operation. Before treating pacemaker carriers, consult the pace-maker manufacturer.
- During the working, this unit will not cause radio interference to the electric network.
USING SAFELY: rules and recommendations
To ensure that the equipment is used safely, the user must abide by the set standards of hygiene and professional
diligence.
The following points should also be kept in mind:
- During use, dust and fragments of material from the patient’s mouth or the device being used may be thrust into the
surrounding environment (organic and inorganic particles, metal dust, liquids, potentially infected fluids and biological
materials): personnel must duly protect their eyes, breathing passages, mouth and skin by wearing safety
glasses, face shields, masks and disposable gloves.
- Operate the suction system at high speed in all operations likely to result in a discharge of materials, dust and aerosols
to minimise their dissemination.
N.B.: it is not advisable to use drinking water to supply the dental unit, since it may lead to the formation of a
biofilm in the waterlines and thus facilitate germ proliferation inside the unit itself; It is recommended to supply the
unit exclusively with dedicated liquids (Isotonic Saline Solution or I.P.Purified Water) using the Separate Supply
system.
after use on each patient:
The handpiece, tips and wrench must be sterilised in a steam autoclave at 135°C, 2.1 bars, after their surfaces have
been washed and disinfected (see specific instructions).
The hygienic procedures described in this manual in the section on “Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilisation” must be
regularly implemented.
All the operations described in this section must be carried out wearing disposable protective gloves.
CONNECTION OF THE SCALER
The scaler must be fitted on its supply hose just by pushing
it fully on the hose connector.
It’s necessary to pay attention that the mating surfaces (1
and 2 - pict. 2) be clean and dry.
Pict. 2 – Connection to the
supply hose
Pict. 2 – Connection to the
supply hose
Pict. 1 – Box for PIEZOLIGHT 5
sterilization
Pict. 1 – Box for PIEZOSTERIL 5
sterilization
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ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
The input for the scaler must be provided by the specific power supply circuit assembled in the unit- and the relative cable and wiring.
Adjust the controls on the unit table to control power and water flow.
Liquid delivery is adjusted via the regulator applied on the instrument coupling (Pict.3).
HANDPIECE OPERATION
The scaler must be operated only with its proper tips (pict. 7), provided in the box.
The tips have to be screwed on exclusively by means of the proper dynamometric
spanner, also provided in the box (4 - pict. 1).
The scaler has to be subjected to intermittent operation as follows: 20 min works,
10 min stand-by.
Pict. 3 – Regulation of water flow
Irrigate abundantly during treatment. Do not operate in the absence of liquid.
When using specific tips for dry procedures, operate at
intervals lasting no longer than 3 seconds.
Optimum performance is ensured at three quarter of
maximum power. After having connected the handpiece
to its hose, taking care to hold the handpiece in a
vertical position. Run scaler for a few seconds with the
tip held upwards until a constant spray is delivered.
Water spray varies according to running power and tip.
The handpiece with tip C1 must not be operated
perpendicularly to the tooth or from the front, but
rather tangentially (as shown in pict. 6). Applying slight
lateral pressure, move the handpiece back and forth as
if erasing with a rubber.
Pict. 7 - Tips provided in the box
Pict. 6 – How to operate with the tips
Tips C2 and P1 can also work perpendicularly to the
tooth surface.
It is thus ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL to replace worn or damaged tips.
DO NOT CHANGE the structure of the tips by bending or filing them!
WARNING: Do not use the handpiece on metal or ceramic fixtures. The high-frequency oscillations may
damage them.
LIGHTING DEVICE (only for Piezolight 5)
The halogen bulb housed in the hose connection must be powered at a maximum of
3.5 Vdc. It must never be touched with bare hands: should this occur accidentally,
clean it with a cotton wad dipped in alcohol.
To replace the bulb (pict. 4), disconnect the handpiece from the hose and, with the
aid of a pointed tool, gently pry the bulb from the hose connection. Insert a new bulb,
taking care to line up its contacts with those in the socket: the bulb can be fitted
properly only in this position. N.B.: The bulb life is approximately 50 hours
Pict. 4 – Replacement of the bulb
FITTING TIPS INTO THE PIEZOLIGHT 5
After screwing in the tip, continue turning the wrench until the arrow on the wrench
itself is aligned with the notch on the front end of the handpiece (pict. 5).
SERVICING
It is requested a weekly lubrication of the O-ring on the water connection (3 - pict. 2),
by means of the proper S1 silicon lubricant distributed by Castellini S.p.A. Wearing
protective disposable gloves, apply a small amount of S1 on fingers and lubricate by
it.Screw off a tip at least once a month to prevent autolocking.
CLEANING, DISINFECTING, STERILIZING
Pict. 5 – How to fit tips into the
handpiece
ATTENTION: The instrument is supplied not sterile.
Before use sterilize according to the following specifications.Prima Use gauze or cotton
soaked in ethyl alcohol at 70% to clean and/or disinfect handpiece exterior. Do not use
an ultrasonic cleaner.Do not soak a scaler directly in solution.
Scaler tips may be disinfected by immersion in ethyl alcohol at 70% Clean and disinfect
handpiece and tips before sterilizing. Clean tips with running water before sterilizing.
The scaler must be sterilized in autoclave with water steam up to 135 °C 210 kPa
(2.1 bar) for 20 min. Never sterilize it in dry-heat sterilizer.
When sterilizing the handpiece, take care the tip has been removed.
Never leave a scaler in autoclave, always remove it from autoclave after each cycle.
In the same way it’s possible to sterilize tips, tips-holder, spanner and the whole box.
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Warning! Check the autoclave periodically according to the manufacturer’s prescriptions!
Temperature exceeding the above stated limit may damage the handpiece!
TROUBLESHOOTING
Unsatisfactory power
No vibration
Poor water flow
Be sure that the handpiece is correctly fitted on its hose
Check the setting of the power control on the unit table
Be sure that tip is screwed on properly
Check that tip is not worn out
Ask for Technical Assistance
Do not insist with foot-control
Ask for Technical Assistance
Check the setting of the water control on the unit table or on the hose connection
Be sure that water passage on the tip is not clogged.
Eventually blow it with air by means of the syringe
Ask for Technical Assistance
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"LEDA" POLYMERIZING LAMP
GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply
Max electrical input
Light source
Wavelength
Curing time settings
Intermittent operation
Acoustic signals
Thermal protection
Electrical protection
Classification
32 VDC
10.5 W
1 LED 5 W
440-480 nm
20 – 40 – 60 s
60 seconds of operation / 13 minutes rest
at the start, every 5 s and end of curing cycle
against overheating
Standards CEI EN 60601-1 and CEI EN 60601-1-2
IIa (93/42 EEC Directive)
CONNECTING THE HANDPIECE AND FIBRE OPTIC
LIGHT GUIDE (Pict. 1)
The LEDA curing lamp must be fitted to the power cord
simply by pushing it into place (see Pict. 1). The
connecting surfaces must be clean and dry.
The fibre optic guide, rotatable by 360°, must always be
inserted all the way in to avoid losses in efficiency.
Pict. 1 – Connecting the handpiece and fibre optic guide
PRELIMINARY STEPS
Before using the lamp for the first time, carry out the following steps:
- clean and disinfect the handpiece;
- sterilise the fibre optic guide, which is supplied in a non-sterile condition (see Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilisation
instructions below).
USING SAFELY: rules and recommendations
For safe use of the device, it is important to observe the current standards of hygiene and good professional practice.
We also draw attention to the following rules:
- do not use the device in the presence of flammable substances;
- the device must not be used on patients or by users who have been fitted with pacemakers or other implantable devices;
- do not use the device on patients who are undergoing treatment with photosensitising drugs;
- never aim the light beam toward the eyes; special care should be taken and suitable protective eyewear should be
provided for patients who are particularly sensitive or have undergone cataract surgery or have a clinical history of retinal
disease;
- protect eyes adequately by wearing glasses, full face shield;
During use wear a suitable protective shield (available from Castellini, order code L0001225) or filter glasses providing
protection against blue light up to a wavelength of 520 nm, available from distributors of dental supplies.
- do not aim the light beam at soft tissues (gums, mucous membrane or skin) since overexposure may cause irritation.
The fibre optic guide should be positioned directly over the material to be cured;
- while carrying out cleaning and disinfection operations take care that no cleaning agent gets inside the device.
After use on each patient:
it is mandatory to sterilise the fibre optic guide in a steam autoclave at 135°C and 2.1 bars, after the surface has
been cleaned and disinfected.
The hygienic maintenance procedures described herein in the section on “Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilisation”
must be routinely applied. Do not use the device if it is damaged. Contact an authorised Service Centre.
Suspend operation immediately if the device becomes abnormally hot.
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USING THE HANDPIECE
Pict. 2 - Overall view
The wavelength of the light emitted by the device falls within the range of 440 480 nm, suitable for the majority of composites. When in doubt, refer to the
composite specifications or contact the manufacturer.
The device is designed to work intermittently: 60 seconds of operation, 13
minutes of rest.
After connecting the handpiece to the power cord and inserting the fibre optic
guide, select the desired curing time by pressing and instantly releasing the button
(2.2 - Pict. 2) in sequence: the selected setting will be indicated by the lighting up
of the corresponding LED (2.3 - Pict. 2).
Pressing the button (2.2) longer will not change the time setting but will rather
activate the light intensity ramp-up mode, as signalled by the lighting up of the
corresponding LED (2.4). To deactivate the ramp-up mode, press the button (2.2)
and keep it pressed until LED (2.4) goes off.
To turn on the lamp, press the button (2.1 - Pict. 2). As long as the button is pressed the device will emit light for
targeting only; releasing the button will activate the curing light.
The light goes off automatically when the set time has elapsed and emits an audible signal (3 beeps in rapid sequence).
The lamp can be turned off before the set time has elapsed by pressing the button again (2.1 - Pict. 2).
During operation a beep will be emitted every 5 s.
A safety device shuts off the lamp if the temperatures exceed the limits established by applicable safety standards. It will
be necessary to wait for the lamp to cool down before resuming operation.
When the instrument is disabled due to overtemperature the lighted LEDs will flash.
DO NOT USE when the fibre optic guide is damaged!
The only on-site servicing possible is replacement of the fibre optic guide.
MAINTENANCE
Keep the fibre optic guide clean. Carry out cleaning, disinfection and sterilisation on a routine basis as described below.
CLEANING, DISINFECTION AND STERILIZATION
WARNING: The instrument is supplied in a non-sterile condition.
Before use, sterilise it according to the directions provided below.
It shall be pointed out that the decree issued by the Italian Health Ministry on 28 September 1990 and published in the
Official Gazette, n° 235 of 8/10/90, explicitly provides that reusable dental instruments coming into contact with the
mucous membrane must be sterilised or disinfected, where sterilisation is not possible, after use on each patient. The
optical guide and handpiece casing can be cleaned with Ster 1 Plus and disinfected using a cotton wad dipped in 70%
ethyl alcohol.
All operations described in this section must be performed wearing disposable protective gloves.
Cleaning may be carried out only when the handpiece is cold and care must be taken to prevent liquids from
getting inside the handpiece.
The optical guide and handpiece casing can be cleaned with Ster 1 Plus and disinfected using a cotton wad dipped in
surgical alcohol.
Cleaning may be carried out only when the handpiece is cold and care must be taken to prevent liquids from
getting inside the handpiece.
To prevent lamp efficiency from being impaired, keep the fibre optic guide clean and avoid direct contact with restoration
materials. Remove any scale without using sharp or pointed tools which may damage the surface.
Only the fibre optic guide can be sterilised and exclusively in an autoclave at a temperature of up to 135°C and
pressure of 210 kPa (2.1 bars) for 20 min. Always clean the fibre optic guide before sterilising it.
DO NOT AUTOCLAVE THE WHOLE HANDPIECE!
Warning! Periodically check the autoclave according to the manufacturer’s directions!
Temperatures beyond the stated limit may damage the optic fibre!
TROUBLESHOOTING
Limited curing capacity
The lamp goes off before the cycle has ended (*)
Check that the fibre optic guide is clean and intact
Request assistance from Service Personnel
The thermal protector has tripped. Allow the lamp to cool down.
(*) it’s lighting intermittently the pre-selected setting time led
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Puma Evo
PART IV
– INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE
INSTALLATION
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ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS
PREMISE
THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE INSTALLED only by specially trained and qualified technicians, carrying a valid “Authorised
Castellini Technician” identification card.
The use of persons not meeting the above requirements, or in possession of an expired Castellini identification card, will
automatically and immediately invalidate the equipment guarantee and all certifications, exonerating Castellini from any
form of responsibility and transferring it de iure et de facto onto the person responsible for the operation, together with
any criminal or civil proceedings undertaken by Castellini and claims for any damages suffered by third parties, including
any further and/or greater damages.
The specially trained and qualified technician, carrying a valid Castellini identification card must not make alterations
without prior authorisation, arbitrarily tamper or incorrectly carry out maintenance operations (i.e., not in compliance with
the instructions issued by Castellini itself) and must not use non-original spare parts and/or components, nor connect
Castellini products to any medical devices not approved by Castellini or not in compliance with the compatibility
parameters specified by Castellini itself.
The specially trained and qualified technician, carrying a valid Castellini identification card is not authorised to alter or in
any way interfere with the electric mains supply system as the law requires such operations to be carried out by specially
authorised technical personnel (see applicable law)
Furthermore, no alterations or technical operations of any kind or nature may be performed on the water mains supply
and water treatment systems or, generally, to the area in which the equipment is to be installed, as any works of this
nature are the personal responsibility of the person legally responsible for the dental surgery (see “Important Warnings”,
page 4, Operator’s Instructions).
Any violation of the above renders the identification card null and void and requires its immediate surrender to Castellini.
Castellini reserve the right to undertake civil or criminal proceedings and to apply for compensation of any damages
incurred, including any further and/or greater damages, notwithstanding any applicable legal sanctions.
The technician, as defined above, must be aware of the contents of the entire manual, including the section entitled
“Operator Instructions” and must follow them scrupulously.
During installation, the technician must follow all the instructions and recommendations contained in this manual as well
as the “Installation Check-list” attached to the equipment. The “Installation Check-list” must be signed by both the
technician and the client.
The technician must also scrupulously fill in the documents and perform the duties for which he is competent, as described
in the “Installation Certificate” attached to the equipment, signing the sections that concern him and asking the client
and the sales personnel to sign those that concern them.
*A copy of the “Installation Certificate” and of the “Installation Check-list” must be forwarded to Castellini S.p.A.
on the day the equipment is installed.
The technician must hand to the client a “Malfunction/accident report” form, inviting him to keep it safe and
explaining that such form is to be used by technicians only to report any specific malfunction and/or accident to Castellini
S.p.A.
The owner of the equipment is responsible for booking the services of the Castellini technician at all times.
The technician who performs the scheduled maintenance operations is responsible for correctly and accurately filling in the
attached forms (see “Scheduled maintenance operations”), and must sign them, taking the responsibility for their accuracy
upon himself.
The technician must explain to the user and any assistants how to use and maintain the device according to the directions
provided herein.
The technician must thoroughly explain to the user and any assistants how to properly perform the maintenance
operations described in the “Protocol for Hygiene and Maintenance of Dental Unit”. (Also see, Protocol for Hygiene and
Maintenance of the Castellini Dental Unit).
The technician must
exclusively with the
“Products to be used
in this manual and in
inform the user that all routine maintenance and sanitation of the dental unit must be performed
products (lubricants included) specified by Castellini (see, “Routine Maintenance Program” and
with the Castellini Dental Unit”). It is forbidden to use any product other than those explicitly named
the “Protocol for Hygiene and Maintenance of Dental Unit”.
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* The equipment is fitted with an I.M.Q. certified, 10 A - 380 V power switch (to simultaneously separate the positive and
negative poles).
The equipment MUST be fitted at source with a wall-mounted automatic differential switch manufactured in compliance
with European standards, with a minimum of 16 A - 250 V and I∆N differential power supply not above 0.03 A
Where the above mentioned switch is not already available, it must be fitted by personnel licensed to operate on the
electricity mains supply system, in the manner and under the terms envisaged in the relevant laws.
The Manufacturer warns that any failure to comply with the above prescription will be considered improper use in
contradiction with the manufacturer’s directions and as a result will compromise the essential safety requisites prescribed
by Directive 93/42 EEC, thereby invalidating the EC mark placed on the device.
Technicians are obliged to compile the “Non-conformity Report” form and send it to Castellini S.p.A.’s main office
whenever they observe:
- that other medical devices and/or accessories not authorised by Castellini, or in any case outside the specifications of
compatibility indicated by Castellini S.p.A., have been connected to Castellini products;
- evidence of unauthorised modifications, arbitrary tampering or maintenance work not complying with the directions
provided by Castellini;
- evidence of previous use of non-original spare parts and/or components.
* The dental unit MUST be provided with an earth connection in compliance with BS standard.
* The dental unit is designed to be permanently connected to the power mains, by means of a suitable input terminal
board.
* The safety fuse is inserted on the live pole (conductor with brown insulation sheath marked with wiremarker L).
Access to the fuse (part. 4.3 – pict. 4) is only possible by means of a special screwdriver.
* In order to correctly connect the dental unit to the mains, the dentist’s chair to the dental unit and, where applicable,
the air extractor to the dental unit, follow instructions at the pictures 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4A, 1.4B, 1.5.
If the installation of an air compressor is required, separate power supply and protection device are necessary.
* Before proceeding with the installation the pipework should be thoroughly cleaned to avoid the penetration of any
sediments in the water and compressed air circuit of the dental unit and the water pipes should be bled to eliminate any
air bubbles.
* In order for the dental unit to work efficiently, it is essential that the room in which it is to be installed is adequately
prepared, that care is taken in transporting special fittings, that all components are correctly installed and that the
maintenance operations schedule recommended by the manufacturer is followed.
PERMITTED ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND STORAGE
- Ambient temperature between - 20 ° and + 70 °C;
- Relative humidity between 10 and 100 %;
- Atmospheric pressure between 500 and 1060 hPa (500 ÷ 1060 mbar).
- The appliance MUST NOT be removed from its packaging during transport and storage.
- After installation the first test operation must not be performed until the appliance has reached ambient operating
temperature (10 ÷ 40 °C).
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INSTALLING THE CHAIR AND THE UNIT
TRANSPORTATION OF THE CHAIR (Pict. A)
To convey the chair to the installation site more easily, it is recommended to use the carrying handles (1a), to be fitted
onto the steel frame of the chair base using the safety screws (2a) and washers (3a) provided.
Pict. A – Chair transport with levers
INSTALLING THE CHAIR (Pict. B)
Tilt the mobile part of the seat and
remove the covering casing at the base of
the chair.
Position the chair according to the power
supplies arranged on the floor of the
surgery and fasten it using the screws
with screw anchors provided (2 screws for
right-hand unit or 3 screws for
ambidextrous version).
In order to prevent probable damage
during movements, avoid grasping the
chair by the rear covering casing or by
the front edge of the seat (legrest) (as
indicated in pict. B above).
Grip the chair holding the top or bottom
part of the articulated lifting arm only (as
shown in pict. B below), or use specially
designed lifting equipment (see pict. A).
We recommend reassembling the
upholstery on the chair seat only
once all unit installation operations
are complete.
It is advisable to complete all the chair's
installation steps before fitting the
upholstery to the chair's seat.
Pict. B – How to grip the chair
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LEVELLING THE CHAIR BASE (ambidextrous dental units only) (Pict. C)
The specific base (2) for the ambidextrous unit is sent separately from the chair.
Having fixed it to the floor, use the six adjustment dowels (5 – pict. C) to give the platform a stable position even on
slightly uneven floors.
Place the chair over it and fasten the base (1) using the six screws (3).
Assemble the unit body on the chair, then proceed as follows:
Check that the unit is level by placing a spirit level on the fixed horizontal arm of the dentist’s tray, turning it first to the
rest position and then to the work position.
- Tighten or loosen the adjustment dowels (4) to obtain a good level and the utmost stability of the chair on the floor (the
instrument tray must remain stable in the position in which it is left).
- Lastly screw down the dowel (4a) to eliminate any gap between the two bases (1 and 2).
Pict. C – Levelling the chair base for ambidextrous unit
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LEVELLING THE CHAIR BASE (right-hand dental units only) (Pict. C bis)
Having fixed the base to the floor (if possible) in the envisaged points indicated in picture C bis by the arrows (6), use the
dowels (7) and, lastly, the dowel (8) to bring the underlying stainless steel plates into contact with the floor, thus
guaranteeing utmost chair stability.
Pict. C bis – Levelling the chair base for right-hand unit
RAISING THE CHAIR (Pict. D)
To make the up/down movements of the chair seat
(necessary during dental unit installation) more
convenient to perform, two pushbuttons D1 (up)
and D2 (down) are provided on the movement
control card in the area indicated in pict. D.
Warning: pushbuttons D1 and D2 work with an
extremely low safety voltage, but the main power
terminals and main switch are powered with mains
voltage.
Pict. D – Controls for chair up and down
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INSTALLING THE RIGHT-HAND UNIT (Pict. C1)
Make sure that all pre-installation work has been performed according to the instructions shown on the 1:1 scale
installation plan diagram and in this manual, then carry out the following operations in the stated order:
1) Using dolly (a), place crate containing the unit near the chair.
2) Remove the cover to open and take out all the accessories attached to the unit.
Caution: The safety binding that prevents the tray arm from rotating MAY BE REMOVED ONLY AFTER the dental unit
has been completely fastened to the chair.
ATTENTION: the safety strap that prevents the arm of the dentist tray from turning MAY ONLY BE REMOVED once the
unit has been fixed to the chair.
3) Remove the case of the power supply compartment and the two casing pieces from the articulated arm (c and i) in
order to make the route to be followed by the cables to the floor visible when bringing the support (e) up to the
attachment seat (f).
ATTENTION: the bundle of cables that comes out of the support (e) must pass over the cross member (m) that connects
the two rods; only waste tubings have to pass across the sliding ring (part. ß - Pict. C1).
4) Connect the chair to the electricity supply. One the trolley (a) has been positioned next to the chair, remove the
bracket (d) from the plate (e) and rotate the unit on the pin (b) to bring the plate (e) parallel to the chair.
5) Position the chair attachment seat (f) at the same height as the plate (e), then bring the unit closer to the chair to
make the plate (e) match with the attachment seat (f), passing the threaded pins through the holes (h) in the plate
(e).
Before tightening the nuts all the way, level the dental unit, following the directions provided in the chap. “LEVELLING
THE DENTAL UNIT”
Pict. C1 – Installing the right-hand unit
LEVELLING THE UNIT (Pict. D1)
First check that the chair base is properly secured to the floor and the stand is set in working position. Now check that unit
is perfectly flat by placing the level at point A then at point B.
Correct level at point A by tightening or loosening the dowel (C1); then thoroughly tighten the two nuts (A1).
Correct the level at point B by tightening one by one the two dowels (B1); then thoroughly tighten the two nuts (B2).
These steps are necessary when the floor is not perfectly level.
Pict. D1 – Levelling the right-hand unit
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INSTALLING THE DENTAL UNIT (only ambidextrous units) (Picts. C2 – D2)
Having ensured that the installation work has been performed correctly according to the indications given
in the 1:1 scale installation plan and in this manual, perform the following operations in order:
1) Using dolly (a), place crate containing the unit near the chair.
2) Remove the cover to open and take out all the accessories attached to the unit.
Caution: The safety binding that prevents the tray arm from rotating MAY BE REMOVED ONLY AFTER the dental unit
has been completely fastened to the chair.
3) Remove the casing on the supply compartment and the two casing pieces of the articulated arm (f and g) in order to
make the route to be followed by the cables to reach the floor visible.
4) Remove the protection (e) fastened with Velcro and the cable protection (j – pict. D2) then unscrew the four clamping
screws (p) to remove the case (n). Disconnect the two connectors (r and s) to allow the removal of the seat.
5) Remove the four seat clamping screws (h) and then raise the entire seat/backrest block.
Connect the chair to the electricity supply.
Picture C2 shows the sequence to be followed when bringing the platform closer in order to arrange the unit for
connection to the chair.
Firstly, the fitter must loosen the nut (c), bringing the chair case closer and rotating the arm (i), on the pin (b) to take the
trolley with the unit body as close as possible to the chair.
Pict. C2 – Levelling the ambidextrous unit
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CONNECT THE AMBIDEXTROUS UNIT TO THE CHAIR (Pict. D2)
Completely lower the chair using the two buttons (D1 and D2 – pict. D) and proceed as follows:
- thread the cables and the hydraulic/pneumatic connections of the unit inside the chair;
ATTENTION: the bundle of cables that comes out of the support (e) must pass over the cross member (m) that connects
the two rods.
- check the presence of the bearing and the thrust bearing ring (m) of the arm (i) in point (x), then bring the unit in to
align the pin (m) with the hole on the fixing plate (t), then slowly raise the chair to thread the pin in completely;
- thread the thrust bearing ring (z) (with an interior diameter of ∅i 47 mm) followed by the ball-support cage (v) and the
second thrust bearing ring (u) (with an interior diameter of ∅i 45 mm) onto the pin (m) and tighten the self-locking ring
nut (w); rotate the arm (i) until the piston pin is engaged (n) in the support seat (t) and then tighten the ring nut until it
abuts (w) using the wrench (y);
- before assembling the seat/backrest block ensure that the cable cover (j) is mounted correctly.
Pict. D2 – Connect the ambidextrous unit to the chair
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INSTALLING THE UNIT'S FEED BOX (Picts. 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3)
The service technician is also to secure at installation the supply box and make the hydro-pneumatic and wiring
connections as shown in Pict. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3
After disconnect the main power by the main switch, make the following operations:
1) Unscrew the three screws (part. 1.1.1 – pict. 1.1) and pull the protection (1.1.2); connect the main power cable, from
the floor; to the three terminal of the main board (marked with “LINE” – pict. 1.3); the brown cable have to be
connected to the terminal marked L∼, the blue cable to the terminal N∼, the yellow/green cable tothe terminal
(see pict. 1.3);
2) Insert the connectors (1.1.3 and 1.1.4 – pict. 1.1) and (1.4.10 and 1.4.11 – pict. 1.4A) of the cables coming off
from the proper seat on the electric circuit code E6000501, marked with CN1 – CN14 – CN19 – CN20.
3) Insert the water, pneumatic and discharge connections to the proper pipe fittings placed on the floor of the dental
cabinet (see .picts. 1.5 and 1.1 and the installation plan by 1:1 scale).
4) Connect the foot control following the instruction by the chapter “FOOT PEDAL CONNECTIONS”
5) For connect the Unit to a centralized suction-system, see chapter “CONNECTION TO A SUCTION-SYSTEM”.
Before making the under mentioned operations, mount again the protection (1.1.2) and fix it through the screws (1.1.1),
then mount the cover (1.8.1) and fix it with the screw (1.8.2 – pict. 1.8)
CONNECTION FOR FOOT PEDAL (Picts. 1.4A - 1.4B and 1.5)
- Get up the unit to the maximum height; (only for the ambidextrous version) after mount the plastic cover of the
chair base (1.4.2), insert throw the preposed chair cover hole terminals (1.4.8) foot pedal cable and fairlead (1.4.6).
- Insert terminals (1.4.8) to the proper connections on the circuit E6000501, and then connect the three tubes (1.5.1,
1.5.2, 1.5.3), with the proper inserts, to the correspondent tubes connected to the unit (see pict. 1.5).
- Connect the yellow/green cable fixing the ring-terminal cable (1.4.13) to one of the two heart-screws marked on pict.
1.1 with the bolt and the notched washer.
- Mount the cable clamp (1.4.7) under the fairlead (1.4.6) and fix it with proper screws (1.4.9) and then assemble the
plastic cover (1.4.2), blocking it with screws (1.4.3).
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1.1.2
1.1.1
1.1.1
- COLLEGAMENTO ELETTRICO
ALLA ASPIRAZIONE
CENTRALIZZATA
- ELECTRIC CONNECTION FOR
CENTRALIZED ASPIRATION
- CONNEX. ELECTRIQUE POUR
ASPIRATION CENTRALISEE
- ELEKTRISCHERANSCLUSS
ABSAUGUNG
1.1.3
- ALIMENTACION ELECTRICO
PARA ASPIRACION
CENTRALIZADO
- ELEKTRISCHE VOEDING
VOOR GECENTRALISEERDE
AFZUIGSYSTEEM
1.1.4
- ASPIRAZIONE CENTRALIZZATA
- CENTRALIZED ASPIRATION
- ASPIRATION CENTRALISEE
- ZENTRALE ABSAUGUNG
- ASPIRRACION CENTRALIZADO
1.1.5
- GECENTRALISEERDE
AFZUIGSYSTEEM
- SCARICO ACQUA
- WASTE WATER
- DECHARGEMENT EAU
- WASSER ABFLUSS
- DESCARGA AGUA
- WATERLEIDING
- ALIMENTAZIONE ELETTRICA
- ELECTRIC FEEDING
- CONNEXION ELECTRIQUE
- ELEKTRISCHE AURÜSTUNG
- ALIMENTACION ELECTRICA
- ELEKTRISCHE VOEDING
- CARICO ARIA
- AIR CONNECTION
- CONNEXION AIR
- AIR ZULEITUNG
- CARICO ACQUA
- WATER CONNECTION
- CONNEXION EAU
- WASSER ZULEITUNG
- CARGA AGUA
- PREDISPOSIZIONE PER COLLEGAMENTO
ELETTRICO ALLA RETE INFORMATICA
- PREDISPOSITION FOR ELECTRIC
CONNECTION TO THE COMPUTER NETWORK
- PREDISPOSITION POUR CONNEXION A
L’ALIMENTATION INFORMATIQUE
- WATERTOEVOER
Pict. 1.1 – Feeding box – dental unit connections
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1.2.1
1.2.3
1.2.3
1.2.2
1.2.4
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.1
Pict. 1.2 – Feeding box – dental unit connections
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L~
MARRONE
BROWN
MARON
BRAUN
MARRON
BRUEN
BLU
BLUE
BLEU
BLAU
AZUL
BLAUF
N~
C2
C1
GIALLO-VERDE
YELLOW-GREEN
JAUNE-VERT
GELBEN-GRÜN
AMARILLO-VERDE
GEEL-GROENE
ASPIRATOR
LINE
L~ N~
Pict. 1.3 – Feeding box electric connections
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1.1.1
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.4.10
1.4.11
1.4.3
1.4.12
1.4.2
1.4.9
1.4.3
1.4.7
1.4.12
1.4.6
1.4.8
1.4.1
1.4.9
1.4.4
1.4.4
1.4.5
Pict. 1.4A - Foot control installation (right-hand unit)
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1.1.1
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.4.10
1.4.11
1.4.3
1.4.12
1.4.2
1.4.13
1.4.3
1.4.7
1.4.14
1.4.12
1.4.6
1.4.1
1.4.8
1.4.4
1.4.9
1.4.4
1.4.5
Pict. 1.4B - Foot control installation (ambidextrous unit)
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1.5.2
1.5.1
1.5.3
- ARIA SPRAY E CHIP AIR
- AIR FOR SPRAY AND CHIP AIR
- AIR POUR SPRAY AND CHIP AIR
- LUFT FÜR SPRAY UND CHIP AIR
- AIRE PARA SPRAY Y CHIP AIR
- LUCHT VOOR SPRAY EN CHIP AIR
- ACQUA
- EAU
- WATER
- WASSER
- AGUA
- ARIA ALLA PEDALIERA
- AIR TO FOOT CONTROL
- AIR POUR PEDALIER
- LUFT FÜR FUßANLASSER
- AIRE PARA PEDAL
- LUCHT VOOR PEDAALWERK
- ARIA TURBINA
- AIR TO TURBINE
- AIR POUR TURBINE
- LUFT FÜR TURBINE
- AIRE PARA TURBOT.
- AIR VOOR AIROTOR
- ARIA
- AIR
- LUFT
- AIRE
- LUCHT
Pict. 1.5 – Foot control hydraulic connections
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1.7A.1
A1
1.7A.3
B1
B2
INSTALLING THE
SCIALYTIC LAMP POST
1.7A.5
1.7A.4
A2
1.7A.2
B
A
B2
(model for left+right handed
dental unit) (Pict. 1.7A)
To access the area from which
you can adjust the levelling of
the scialytic lamp, proceed as
follows:
- Remove the two half-covers
of the rotation arm (1.8.7
and 1.8.10 – Pict. 1.8A) by
detaching the four Velcro
inserts (1.8.9 - Pict. 1.7A);
- After fitting the finishing ring
(1.7A.1) on the lamp post
(1.7A.2), connect the two
connectors of the power
cables (1.7A.4 and 1.7A.5)
and insert the rotation pin of
the lamp post (1.7A.3) into
the arm (1.7A.2), taking
care not to damage the
cable.
1.8.10
1.8.9
1.8.7
D
Pict. 1.7A - Installing the scialytic lamp post (model for left+right handed dental unit)
LEVELLING THE SCIALYTIC LAMP INSTALLED ON THE DENTAL UNIT
After levelling the dental unit you must check whether the scialytic lamp is properly levelled by placing a spirit level first
in point A and then in point B.
- To make a levelling adjustment at point A, set the lamp head in the working position and, after loosening the four
screws (A1 and A2), turn the support of the lamp post until achieving optimal levelling; then tighten only two of the
screws (A1).
- To make a levelling adjustment at point B, adjust the tightness of the four grub screws (B1 and B2) by tightening or
loosening them in relation to the head of the rotation arm of the dental unit (D).
- Then firmly tighten the two screws (A2) together with the other screws (A1).
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B1
A1
A2
B2
1.7A.1
1.7A.3
1.7A.5
1.7A.4
1.7A.2
B
A
1.8A.15
1.8A.17
1.8A.16
Pict. 1.7B – Installing the scialytic lamp post (model for right hand dental unit)
INSTALLING THE SCIALYTIC LAMP POST AND LEVELLING
(model for right-hand dental unit) (Pict. 1.7B)
Before starting installation, remove the two side half-covers (1.8A.15 and 1.8A.16 – Pict. 1.7B) of the supporting arm.
- After fitting the finishing ring (1.7A.1) on the lamp post (1.7A.2), connect the two connectors of the power cables
(1.7A.4 and 1.7A.5) and insert the pin of the lamp post (1.7A.3) into the arm (1.7A.2).
- After levelling the dental unit, check whether the scialytic lamp is properly levelled by carrying out the steps described in
the previous page for left+right handed dental units.
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SAFETY COVERS
COVER FOR CHAIR CIRCUITS, FOR SUPPLY BOX AND SAFETY PEDESTAL (Pict. 1.8)
The Castellini Company strongly recommend that cover (1.8.1), which prevents access to parts connected
to the electrical mains, be removed with the following procedure only by qualified persons trained and
authorized by Castellini:
- Take the chair to a height just below the maximum and switch off the electricity supply;
- Remove the screws (1.8.2);
- Grasp the cover (1.8.1), slide it forward and lift, unhooking it from the two anchoring pins (1.8.3).
Attention: the power terminal board and main switch contacts are always live! After cover (1.8.1) has been
replaced, the three securing screws (1.8.2) must be tightened.
The plastic cover (1.8.4) protect the contact with the up/down mechanical device of the chair; to dismout it, it’s necessary
to slide it upward, pulling and disconnecting it from its seat.
The plastic cover of the security base (1.8.5) is necessary for protect the chair security anticrushing device; to dismout it
it’s necessary unscrew the two fixing screw (1.8.6) and pull it
1.8.4
1.8.6
1.8.5
1.8.1
1.8.6
1.8.3
1.8.2
Pict. 1.8 – Safety covers for chair base
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HYDRAULIC GROUP SAFETY COVERS (Picts. 1.8A)
1.8A.7
1.8A.2
1.8A.14
1.8A.8
Before accessing the general
electrical switching panel for the
secondary low voltage circuits
and their corresponding fuses, it
is essential to switch the
main switch on the unit to
the off position.
1.8A.11
1.8.9
2.31
1.8A.1
1.8A.10
13.2
1.8A.15
2.30
1.8A.17
1.8A.16
Pict. 1.8A – Hydraulic group safety covers
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Then remove the cover (1.8A.1
– Pict. 1.8A) by carrying out the
following steps.
- remove the intake filter cap
(13.2);
- unscrew and detach the
separate supply reservoir and
intake needle (2.30 and 2.31);
- take out the screw (1.8A.3)
and loosen the two fastening
knobs
(1.8A.4)
situated
beneath the cuspidor zone,
without removing them;
- finally, remove the two sealing
caps (1.8A.5 and 1.8A.6) and
take off the side cover.
To remove the inner side cover
(1.8A.2) as well:
- remove the four fastening
screws,
(1.8A.7)
screw
(1.8A.8) and two knobs
(1.8A.4) and take off the
cover.
To remove the two side halfcovers (1.8A.9 and 1.8A.10) of
the rotation arm of the dental
unit (left+right handed version
only), just pull them outwards
firmly to detach the four Velcro
inserts.
To remove the two side halfcovers (1.8A.15 and 1.8A.16)
of the fixed arm of the dental
unit (right-handed version only),
just take out the 3 screws
(1.8A.17).
To access the zone beneath the
ceramic cuspidor (1.8A.11),
remove the filter (1.8A.12),
detach the cuspidor water spout
and
cup
filler
terminals
(1.8A.13), carefully raise the
ceramic part and slide it along
the arm of the dentist’s
instrument
tray
(1.8A.14)
through the hole (1.8A.14).
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FITTING CHAIR UPHOLSTERY (Pict 1.9A and 1.9B)
1.9A.5
1.9A.2
1.9A.7
1.9A.8
1.9A.5
1.9A.1
1.9A.4
1.9A.6
1.9A.4
1.9A.3
1.9A.4
Pict. 1.9A – Fitting chai seatrest upholstery
1.9B.6
1.9B.3
1.9B.2
Pict. 1.9B – Fitting backrest and headrest upholstery
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- Fit the rear backrest cover
(1.9A.6) using the four screws
(1.9A.7)
and
2
screws
(1.9A.4) provided.
- Fit the front backrest cover
(1.9A.3) using the four screws
(1.9A.4) provided.
- Insert the headrest, removing
the
screw
(1.9A.5);
if
necessary, adjust the 2 screws
(1.9A.2) so that the rod slides
more or less freely; replace the
screw (1.9A.5) to prevent the
headrest from being pulled out
too far.
- Fit the backrest upholstery
(1.9A.8) in place, starting
from the middle fasteners, and
then proceeding to the lower
and upper fasteners.
- Position the chair seat and
backrest at the maximum
height
- Overturn upholstery (1.9B.1),
remove the 4 screws (1.9B.3)
and take off the metal
supporting frame (1.9B.2).
- Apply the fastening screw
(1.9B.4) on the bottom of the
front part of the seat
upholstery (1.9B.1) leaving it
loose.
1.9B.1
1.9B.5
1.9B.4
The chair is packed with the
seat upholstery removed to
prevent the risk of damage
during transport. To fit the
upholtery,
carry
out
the
following steps (Pict. 1.9A e
1.9B):
- Position the upholstery on the
metal frame, passing the head
of the screw through the front
(widest) part of the slot
(1.9B.5)
- Place the seat upholstery on
the metal supporting frame
and adjust it so that it fits
correctly on the rear part. Then
press to cause it to adhere to
the
two
velcro
inserts
(1.9B.6).
N. B.: while carrying out the
above steps alwas try to
keep the seat upholstery in
a horizontal position to
avoid
creating
permanent
creases and other surface
imperfections.
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REPLACING THE LAMP OF THE NEGATOSCOPE FOR INTRAORAL X-RAYS (Pict. 1.10)
1.10.1
1.10.2
1.10.2
1.10.5
1.10.4
CN1
This
lamp
replacement
operation may be carried out
solely by technical personnel
authorised
by
Castellini,
according to the following
instructions:
- switch off the dental unit and
remove the instruments from
their holders in the instrument
tray;
- unscrew the 6 fastening screws
(1.10.2) situated on the front of
the
instrument
tray
cover
(1.10.1);
- lift the rear part (1.10.1) of the
instrument tray cover and then
lift and turn it 180° to make the
job easier;
- turn the locking lever of the lamp
holder (1.10.4) as shown in the
picture and then remove the lamp
holder and lamp;
- replace the lamp (1.10.5), after
removing it from the holder. Use
only original replacement
lamps
supplied
by
the
manufacturer, making sure that
the power indicated on the lamp
(5 W) corresponds to the rating
shown on the negatoscope.
N.B.: Do not touch the bulb
with bare hands, in the event
of accidental contact cleanse
using alcohol.
1.10.1
Pict. 1.10 – Replacing the negatoscope lamp for intraoral x-rays
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ADJUSTING THE TENSION OF THE LEVERS ON THE INSTRUMENT TRAY
MODEL S.P.R.I (Pict. 1.11)
Pict. 1.11 – Adjusting the tension of the levers on the instrument tray
The return movement of the levers on the S.P.R.I. instrument tray is adjusted by the Manufacturer prior to dispatch of the
dental unit.
Should further adjustment be required, carry out the following steps:
- Remove the upper part of the tray as shown in pict. 1.10
- With the levers in the rest position, insert the tip of a screwdriver or another pointed tool through the two holes (1.11.6)
of the lever-return spring adjustment plate. After loosening the retaining screw (1.11.7), turn the plate clockwise or
anticlockwise to decrease or increase, respectively, the return force of the hose levers.
Then tighten the retaining screw and close the instrument tray.
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1.12.1
ADJUSTING THE WORKING PRESSURES (Pict.1.12)
The air and water pressures have been factory-set to ensure the
proper operation of the dental unit.
The manufacturer is not responsible for faulty operation that
may result from any tampering with these settings.
All future adjustments of the pressure regulators must be done as
follows only by qualified personnel authorized by the Castellini
Company:
- Pull the knob outwards to unlock the regulator. Then turn it
clockwise to increase the pressure, or counterclockwise to reduce
the pressure.
- After the pressure has been adjusted, lock the pressure regulator
by pressing the knob in.
PRESSURE SETTINGS
Drinking water - syringe - instrument spray water
90÷140 kPa
(0,9÷1,4 bar);
Air for turbine and air micromotor
260÷280 kPa
(2,6÷2,8 bar):
(measured with the appropriate pressure gauge placed between the
connector and the turbine, Code N. L0001067).
N.W.: For a correct pneumatic feeding of the unit, the manometer
(1.12.1) placed on the general panel inside the unit body must
show: 430÷470 kPa (4,3÷4,7 bar).
Pict. 1.12 – Adjusting the working pressures
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“Puma Evo” Unit (ambidextrous version) + “DAMA” motor chair
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“Puma Evo” unit (right-hand version) + “DAMA” motor chair
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“Puma Eli Cart” Unit + “DAMA” motor chair
OVERALL DIMENSIONS OF “Puma
Evo Cart” INSTRUMENT CART OF
DENTAL UNIT
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UNIT HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
DENTIST’S TABLE
(CODE 390U0100)
1.1 – Scaler handpiece.
1.2 – Syringe.
1.3 – Micromotor.
1.4 – Turbine.
1.5 – Selector for water supply/liquids
tank.
1.6 – Solenoid valve for backdraw valve air
and spray liquids.
1.7 – Valve for spray re-aspiration.
1.8 – Tank for turbines oil
1.11 – Solenoid valves for scaler selection.
1.31 – Solenoid valves for micromotor
selection
1.41 – Solenoid valve for turbine selection.
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HYDRAULIC GROUP (CODE 390U0200)
2.1 – Main switch for air and water.
2.11 – Not-return valve for water.
3.1 – Main air filter.
3.2 – Pressure reducer for water to the bowl.
3.3 – Pressure reducer for water to glass and spray.
3.4 – Pressure reducer for air.
3.5 – Pressure reducer for spray liquids tank.
3.6 – Solenoid valve for water cut-off valve.
3.7 – Water cut-off valve.
3.8 – Solenoid valve for water to the bowl.
3.9 – Solenoid valve for water to the glass.
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3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
–
–
–
–
–
–
Selection valve for spray liquid.
Manometer.
Valve spray liquids tank cup.
Dedicated liquids tank cup.
Security valve for dedicated liquids tank cup.
Calibrated waste for vacuum dedicated liquids
tank cup.
3.16 – Water heather for glass and spray liquids.
4.1 – Valve for turbine power and micromotor cooling.
4.2 – Spray air valve for chip-air to the turbine and
micromotor.
4.3 – TAD system solenoid valve (only Puma Evo)
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UNIT ELECTRIC SYSTEMS
CHAIR – HYDRAULIC GROUP –
ASSISTANT TABLE – FOOT
CONTROL (CODE 390T0100)
1 – Foot control.
1.1 - Chair controls.
1.2 - Potentiometer regulation
for micromotor speed control.
..1.3 - Microswitch
for handpieces activation.
1.4 - Microswitch for
spray insertion.
2 - Circuit for motor chair
and dental unit power
E6000501.
2.1 - Motor chair Controller circuit
E6000500.
..2.2 - Connectors for foot control
cable connections.
2.3 - Connection board for electric
connection and aspiration
motor connection.
2.4 - Main switch.
2.5 - F 6,3A radid fuse for primary
transformer.
2.6 - Trasformer 230/24V 50/50Hz
400VA.
2.7 - Connector for 24V
transformer connection.
2.8 - Connector for aspirator motor
lighting.
2.9 - Main pilot light.
2.10 - Up and down chair motor.
2.11 - Backrest and return chair
motor.
2.12 - Connector for power and up
and down chair motor
control.
2.13 - Connectors for power and
backrest and return chair
motor control.
2.14 - Microswitches for anti-crush
safety device.
2.15 - Backrest safety microswitch.
2.16 - Connection board for
activation and aspiration
power.
2.17 - Connection board for 32 VDC
and 24 VAC for services.
2.18 - Aspiration pneumatic valve.
2.19 – Clipboard for assistant call.
2.20 – Connectors for power and
unit control.
2.21 - Connectors for scialytic lamp
electric feeding.
2.22 - Videorcam external feeding.
3 - Hydraulic group power circuit
E6000522.
3.1 – Assistant table power and
control panel circuit.
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3.2 – E6000521 Feeding and heather tank control circuit
3.3 – NTC liquids heater temperature control.
3.4 – Heater for water to glass, spray liquids and syringe.
3.5 - Feeding and heater control connectors.
3.6 – NC Solenoid valve for liquids blocking air.
3.7 – Solenoid valve for water to the bowl.
3.8 - Solenoid valve for water to the glass.
3.9 - Microswitch for assistant’s table tips selection.
3.10 – Microswitch for handle security device for assistant’s table.
3.11 – Operating lamp.
3.12 - Connectors for feeding and unit control from the motor chair.
3.13 - Connectors for feeding and unit control dentist’s table.
3.14 - 32 VDC feeding connectors.
3.15 - Connectors for feeding and control assistant’s table.
3.16 – Connector for glass and bowl solenoid valve feeding.
3.15 - Connectors for feeding and assistant’s table control circuit.
3.18 – Connectors for microswitch for handle security device for assistant’s table.
3.19 - Connector for assistant’s table microswitch selection.
3.20 - Connectors for heater tank circuit feeding (24 VAC).
3.21 - Connector for heater control circuit.
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DENTIST’S TABLE
(CODE 390T0200)
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.69
1.70
1.71
1.72
1.73
1.74
1.75
- Connector for ablator potentiometer.
- Connector for ablator potentiometer circuit.
- Connector for ablator potentiometer.
- Connector for feeding and control of handpiece table from unit.
– Control board connectors.
– Connectors for handpieces double-operativity .
- PUMA EVO 5 control circuit.
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– Ablator handpiece.
- Syringe.
- Micromotor O.F.
– Additional O.F. micromotor
(only if required).
1.5 - Turbine O.F.
1.11 - Potentiometer for power
regulation ablator
handpiece.
1.12 – Solenoid valve for
ablatore.
1.13 - Ablator handpiece feeder
circuit.
1.31 - Potentiometer for speed
micromotor regulation.
1.32 - Solenoid valve for
micromotor selection.
1.33 - Micromotor feeding circuit.
1.34 - 2nd micromotor selection
circuit.
1.41 - 2nd micromotor solenoid
valve selection.
1.51 - 2nd micromotor solenoid
valve selection.
1.52 - O.F. feeding circuit.
1.6 – Spray solenoid valve.
1.61 – Dentist’s table circuit.
1.62 – Connector for handopieces
valve selection.
1.63 - Connector for handpieces
microswitch.
1.64 - Connector for O.F.
handpieces cords feeding
1.65 - Connector for O.F.
circuit feeding.
1.66 - Connector for spray S.V.
feeding.
1.67 - Connector for micromotor
circuit feeding.
1.68 - Connector for 2nd
micromotor selection
circuit.
1.76 - PUMA EVO control circuit.
1.77 - PUMA ELI control circuit.
1.78 – X-ray viewer.
1.79 – Ablatore lever microswitch.
1.80 - Micromotor control circuit.
1.81 - 2nd Micromotor lever microswitch.
1.82 - Microinterruttore leva Turbine lever
microswitch.
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Puma Evo
– SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
PROGRAM, SERVICING AND WARRANTY
CONDITIONS
PART V
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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING
INTRODUCTION
In accordance with Directive 93/42 EEC, Appendix 1 Item 13.6 par. D, the periodic maintenance program contains
“complete information regarding the nature and frequency of the operations necessary to constantly ensure the efficiency
and safety of this equipment”.
The Manufacturer notes that all scheduled maintenance and/or servicing of this equipment MAY ONLY be performed by
specialised personnel in possession of a regular, currently valid “Castellini Authorised Technician” license (See Part
“Important Information” and Part “Essential Rules”).
As provided by Directive 93/42 EEC, implemented in Italy through Law Decree n° 46 of 24 January 1997 and Law Decree
n° 95 of 25 February 1998, Castellini S.p.A, guarantees that the safety, reliability and performance requisites certified by
the EC mark will be maintained only if maintenance and/or servicing is performed by persons who are specially trained,
authorised and updated by Castellini itself and in possession of a regular, currently valid “Castellini Authorised Technician”
license.
Any maintenance and/or servicing performed by persons other than those authorised will be considered improper use in
contradiction with the manufacturer’s directions and will as a result compromise the essential safety requisites prescribed
by Directive 93/42 EEC, thereby invalidating the EC mark placed on the device. The warranty will likewise become null and
void (see item A, letter 2 of the Warranty Conditions), and the manufacturer will be exempted from all the liabilities
provided under President’s Decree 224/88 and/or applicable European Directives.
In light of the above considerations, if maintenance and/or servicing is entrusted to persons not in possession of a valid
“Castellini Authorised Technician” license, the safety of this device WILL NOT BE GUARANTEED BY THE EC MARK and the
user will be working with a product that does not comply with current regulations, according to the requisites stated by
Legislative Decree 626/94 and/or applicable European Directives.
SCHEDULED PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
The Manufacturer notes that scheduled periodic maintenance MUST BE performed according to the terms and procedures
indicated below, in order to preserve the validity of all the certifications pertaining to the device and the manufacturer’s
liability in regard to the EC mark on the product itself.
Periodic maintenance operations must be performed at the time intervals indicated in the periodic check forms provided
below.
The owner of the device is always responsible for calling in the technician, who must meet the requisites described above;
The Technician who performs scheduled maintenance will ensure that the periodic check forms provided are duly and
accurately compiled and, on his own responsibility, he will sign and stamp them;
The periodic check forms are in two copies; one must remain attached to this manual as proof that the periodic check has
been carried out;
The owner of the device is responsible for keeping all the technical documents regarding maintenance work and the
periodic check forms, which must be shown to inspectors on request.
For each scheduled maintenance operation the user will be charged hourly labour costs, a flat-rate calling cost and the
cost of replacing any worn parts, according to the existing contract conditions, unless otherwise indicated on the periodic
check forms themselves.
Should any faults be revealed during the scheduled maintenance checks, the technician will either service the equipment
or replace any worn parts.
N.B.: IN THE PERIODIC CHECK FORMS THE MANUFACTURER PRESCRIBES A COMPULSORY GENERAL OVERHAUL OF
TURBODRILLS 3 YEARS AFTER THEIR INSTALLATION. FOR THIS PURPOSE THE TURBODRILLS MUST BE SENT TO THE
MAIN OFFICE OF CASTELLINI S.P.A. (Via Saliceto, 22, 40013 Castel Maggiore Bologna) AND MUST UNDERGO FURTHER
OVERHAULS EVERY THREE YEARS.
DESCRIPTION OF SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
All scheduled maintenance must include all the operations specified in the Check List on the back of each periodic check
form.
The Check List must be completely filled out and duly stamped and signed by the technician who performs the
maintenance.
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SERVICING
The manufacturer accepts no liability for guaranteeing the certifications pertaining to the device, compliance with the EC
mark requisites or the conformity of this device with current laws, as prescribed by Leg. Decree 626/94 and/or applicable
European Directives, if servicing is not carried out in full accordance with the rules provided in this manual (See in
particular Part IV, Instructions for installers, ESSENTIAL RULES).
The Manufacturer again emphasises that only persons in possession of a currently valid “Castellini Authorised Technician”
license may service the equipment (See above considerations in the Introduction, of this manual).
Technical personnel, as specified above, may not connect to Castellini products any other medical devices and/or
accessories that are not recommended by Castellini or are in any case outside the parameters of compatibility indicated by
Castellini S.p.A. Unauthorised modifications, arbitrary tampering and maintenance work not complying with the directions
provided by Castellini are likewise forbidden, as is the use of non-original spare parts and/or components.
Any failure to comply with the above prescriptions will be considered improper use in contradiction with the
manufacturer’s directions and will as a result compromise the essential safety requisites prescribed by 93/42 EEC Directive,
thereby invalidating the EC mark placed on the device. All liabilities will fall on whoever has performed the work without
authorisation.
IMPORTANT
Original Castellini spare parts and/or components are exclusively available through the Castellini S.p.A. main office and
local Authorised Service Centres.
Whenever servicing is to be carried out, the user is fully entitled to ask the technician to show his license as “Authorised
Castellini Technician”, which must be identical to the facsimile shown below.
FRONT
BACK
…license as “Authorised Castellini Technician”…
PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE AND MAINTENANCE OF THE CASTELLINI DENTAL UNIT
The user is responsible for complying in full with the “protocol for hygiene and maintenance of the dental unit” when
carrying out the maintenance operations reserved to the user him/herself and adequately trained assistants.
The “protocol for hygiene and maintenance of the dental unit” represents an integral part of the equipment use and
maintenance manual.
The manufacturer recommends posting the “protocol for hygiene and maintenance of the dental unit” on the wall to allow
constant and immediate consultation.
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WARRANTY CONDITIONS
A) Equipments manufactured by CASTELLINI S.p.A. are covered by warranty for a period of 365 days from the date of
intallation and therefore will be repaired and/or replaced free of charge any part recognised defective during the
warranty period, with the exception of defects caused by fortuitous events, natural wear and tear, and defects due to
the fault of the buyer (negligence, inexperience, shocks, falls, accidental knocks).
At the installation date the Warranty Certificate must be returned to Castellini S.p.A. headquarters duly filled, signed and
countersigned by the Castellini dealer, otherwise the warranty will be automatically invalidated.
The parts to be repaired or replaced must be sent at customer expansas prepaid to our warehouses. Parts under warranty
(with corresponding serial number) will nat be sent before the defective part has been received, unless an exception is
made exclusively by CASTELLINIS.p.A..
The manufacturer’s civil and criminal liability ceases and the warranty is automatically invalidated in following cases:
1) if the user does not observe the essential environmental requirements given in the "warnings" section in the operation
and maintenance manual supplied with the equipment and available on request at any time;
2) if assembly, addition re-calibration, adjustment and repair operations are not performed exclusively by "Castellini
authorized" technical personnel with a valid licence;
3) if oter medical devices and/or accessories not envisaged by Castellini S.p.A. or not meeting the compatibility
specifications laid down by Castellini S.p.A. are connected to "Castellini" products;
4) if unauthorised modifications, tampering or inappropriate maintenance operations are performed or if non-original spare
parts and/or components are used;
5) if the appliance is not used in accordance with the operating instructions (as indicated in the operation and
maintenance manual) and for its intended purpose;
6) if the electrical, water and compressed air systems, the water outlet system and the suction system (if any) are not set
up in accordance with the conditions given in the operations and maintenance manual (see “environment set-up” section
and 1:1 scale installation plan drawing)and in compliance with legislation in the country of use;
7) if regular scheduled maintenance procedures ore not carried out or any of the requirements of the operation and
maintenance manual are not met.
We also stress that when the equipment is sald as new failure to observe the system specifications laid down by
CASTELLINI S.p.A. or attributing to the devices performance and/or compatibility data that differ from those stated by
CASTELLINI S.p.A. will release CASTELLINI S.p.A. of all responsability regarding the CE marking on the product.
The warranty does not cover guards, glass parts, ceramic parts, enamelled parts, light bulbs, warning lamps, switches,
upholstery, electric cables, tubes in general.
B) Equipments of other brands will be covered by the warranty issued by the original manufacturer. In any case
CASTELLINI does not assume any responsibility regarding the warranty.
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SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
‰ Lubrication of O-ring of quick coupling of turbine (S1)
‰ Lubrication of O-ring of quick coupling of micromotor (S1)
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on cup/cuspidor timing
‰ Check on suction system/Suction Stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
‰ Lubrication of O-ring of quick coupling of turbine (S1)
‰ Lubrication of O-ring of quick coupling of micromotor (S1)
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on cup/cuspidor timing
‰ Check on suction system/Suction Stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Cleaning of Amalgam separator (if present)
‰ Cleaning of water filter (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Condensate drainage of general main air filter
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
‰ Lubrication of O-ring of quick coupling of turbine (S1)
‰ Lubrication of O-ring of quick coupling of micromotor (S1)
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
anchorageof casing/protections of chair and dental unit
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning of Amalgam separator (if present)
‰ Cleaning of water filter (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Condensate drainage of general main air filter
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
‰ Lubrication of O-ring of quick coupling of turbine (S1)
‰ Lubrication of O-ring of quick coupling of micromotor (S1)
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
anchorageof casing/protections of chair and dental unit
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on cup/cuspidor timing
‰ Check on suction system - Suction Stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
_________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on cup/cuspidor timing
‰ Check on suction system - Suction Stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
_________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
SANITATION AND CLEANING
‰ Cleaning of lamp reflector and glass
‰ Surface cleaning of dental unit and chair (with STER 1 PLUS)
‰ Cleaning of surgical suction system (with STER 3 PLUS)
‰ Activation of Time Flushing System/Autosteril System
‰ Cleaning and stability control of the foot pedal basement
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
‰ Replacement of water filter filtering element (50µ - 25µ)
‰ Replacement of general air filter filtering element
‰ Replacement of suction filter
‰ Steriilisation of HPA filter cartrige (if present)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of turbine (S1)
‰ Check/lubrication or replacement of O-ring of quick coupling
of micromotor (S1)
LUBRICATION
‰ Lubrication turbine (daily oil)
‰ Lubrication of micromotor handpiece
CHECKS ON SAFETY
PROTECTION DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
on
on
chair descent safety stop
chair backrest safety stop
functioning of main switch
water/spray safety valve
connections and protective sheating of power cable
air/water supply connections
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
MECHANICAL DEVICES
‰
‰
‰
‰
Check
Check
Check
Check
on
on
on
on
balance of dental unit articulated arm
balance of lamp articulated arm
rotation/articulated racket of dental unit and lamp arms
shifting/articulation of headrest
FUNCTIONAL/DIAGNOSTIC CHECKS
‰ Check on dental unit functions
‰ Check on Chair functions/Programming system
‰ Check on instrument functions
‰ Check on turbine supply pressure
‰ Check on syringe supply pressure (air/water)
‰ Check on Time Flushing/Autosteril system
‰ Check on supply system
‰ Check on system of separate supply/physiological solution
‰ Check on amalgam separator device (if present)
‰ Check on suction system - Suction stop
RENEWED INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER AND ALL ASSISTANT
PERSONNEL IN REGARD TO THE PROTOCOL FOR HYGIENE
AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DENTAL UNIT
Date____________________________
Stamp and segnature of Authorised Castellini Technician
____________________________________________________
License expiry
date______________________________________
"Puma Evo" UNIT; INSTRUCTIONS USE AND MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK
Summary
Puma Evo
APPENDIX I – CERTIFICATIONS
Appendix I - CERTIFICATIONS
"Puma Evo" UNIT; INSTRUCTIONS USE AND MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK
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"Puma Evo" UNIT; INSTRUCTIONS USE AND MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK
Summary
"Puma Evo" UNIT; INSTRUCTIONS USE AND MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK
Summary
"Puma Evo" UNIT; INSTRUCTIONS USE AND MAINTENANCE HANDBOOK
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