Operating Manual

Dry Vacuum System
DV6, DV9, DV12, DV18
Operation Manual
Revision 02.01
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DV_ Dry Vacuum System Instruction manual, rev 00
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A) Safety Statement .............................................................................. pg
B) Introduction ..................................................................................... pg
1. Congratulations .......................................................................... pg
2. Warranty .................................................................................... pg
3. Service ....................................................................................... pg
C) System Description .......................................................................... pg
1. Key Component Identification ..................................................... pg
2. How it works ............................................................................... pg
3. Product Specifications ................................................................. pg
D) Installation ........................................................................................ pg
1. Site Requirements........................................................................ pg
2. Equipment Specifications............................................................. pg
E) Operation ......................................................................................... pg
F) Maintenance .................................................................................... pg
G) Troubleshooting ................................................................................ pg
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Appendix
1. Dimensional Drawing ............................................................ pg
2. Installation Details.................................................................. pg
3. Wiring Diagram ..................................................................... pg
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RECORD INFORMATION HERE:
Model: __________________________
Serial Number:____________________
Date of Installation: ________________
Installed by: ______________________
Phone Number:____________________
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A. PRACTICE SAFETY
Remember, Safety First! This cannot be over emphasised — practice “good” safety habits at all
times and follow your company safety policies when installing, operating or servicing any
equipment. To avoid injury to yourself, others or damage to the equipment, adhere to your company’s
and industry safety practices.
1. Keep hands, tools, loose clothing, neckties, jewelry, long hair or other items that could get caught,
away from all moving or rotating parts.
2. Read all equipment installation instructions prior to initiating installation and/or operation.
3. Employ qualified technicians, contractors, and/or licensed electrician(s) for installation, maintenance
and servicing of all Dean Dental System DV blowers and associated equipment.
Provisions should be made to have the owners manual readily available to the operator and
maintenance personnel. If for any reason any part of the manual becomes illegible or the manual is
lost, have it replaced immediately. The owners manual should be read periodically to refresh one ’s
memory. It may prevent a serious or fatal accident.
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Never use a flammable or toxic solvent for cleaning the air filter or any parts.
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Make a general overall inspection of the unit daily and correct any unsafe conditions.
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Never play with the Vacuum System. Reckless behavior of any kind involving suction can cause
serious personal injury.
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Periodically check for proper operation. - Any alterations to the Vacuum System must have prior
factory approval.
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B. Introduction
B.1. Congratulations!
Congratulations on the purchase of your new DV Dual Stage Dry Vacuum System . The DV is a dry
vacuum pump that produces high-volume air flow with multiple users online. The DV is a dry
vacuum pump which is designed for use in a dental facility. The integrated Separator tank will
ensure that no liquids or foams enter the vacuum pump. The Variable Speed Driven vacuum, with a
highly reliable industrial motor can be depended upon to start every time. Your DV vacuum system
with integral separator tank is easily installed and maintained.
This manual provides operation, installation, and maintenance instructions for the support of the DV
Dry Vacuum System without a heat exchanger. Review and follow the guidelines included in this
User Manual to ensure that the system provides the highest level of service.
B.2. Warranty
The DV_ is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship from the date of
installation for a period as follows: (See warranty Form for details)
•Standard Warranty: 5 years (10,000 Hours or 60 months) on Vacuum Pump, Separator Tank, and
Frame. 2 Years (4,000 Hours or 24 Months) on all other components
Any item returned to our factory through an authorized distributor, will be repaired or replaced at our
option at no charge provided that our inspection shall indicate it to have been defective. Dealer
labor, shipping and handling charges are not covered by this warranty. This warranty does not apply
to damage due to shipping, misuse, careless handling or repairs by other than authorized service
personnel. Warranty is void if equipment is installed or serviced by other than dealer service
personnel authorized by Dean Dental Systems. Dean Dental Systems is not liable for indirect or
consequential damages or loss of any nature in connection with this equipment. This warranty is in
lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied. No representative or person is authorized to
assume for us any liability in connection with the sale of our equipment.
B.3. Service
Your Authorized Distributor / Service Center:
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C. System Description
The Dry Vacuum System is a variable speed vacuum pump with integral separator tank and control panel
allowing fully automated operation while reducing electrical consumption. Operation is free from water or
oil.
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C.1. How it Works
The Vacuum Motor is controlled by a vacuum sensor in the separator tank. The speed of the Motor
will increase / decrease to maintain the pre-set vacuum level. Liquid is removed from the air stream,
and collected in the separator tank until a drain cycle.
C.2. Sizing Guidelines
Choosing the correct size DV to meet practice depends
on the number of air users and the anticipated air
demand. To assure optimum operation, the demands
should not exceed the number of air handpiece users
shown below. Each chart lists the number of
simultaneous High Volume Evacuators (HVEs) and
Saliva Ejectors (SEs) that can be used in specific DV
systems.
D. Installation
This dry vacuum unit should only be installed by qualified personnel. Should any questions arise
during the installation, call Dean Dental Technical Support between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
Place the dry vacuum in a clean, dry, well ventilated area, on a solid, level surface. Be sure that
adequate ventilation is available and install an exhaust fan. Ambient temperature in the equipment
room should be within the temperature range of 40 degrees Fahrenheit minimum to 100 degrees
Fahrenheit maximum.
1) Check the shipping carton for damage. This could detect damage to the unit which might
otherwise be overlooked. Remove cardboard shipping carton.
2) Remove the Vacuum from its shipping carton. Inspect the unit for damage. Dry vacuums are
shipped banded to a pallet. This pallet is intended for shipping only and should be discarded.
3) Inventory your hook-up kit. Check its contents against the inventory sheet included. These
items will be used in the remaining steps.
4) Make the necessary exhaust vent connections. (WARNING: Exhaust must be vented with a
metallic pipe for the first 10 feet)
5) Connect the main vacuum line. Connect flexible 2.5” hose to the side of seperator tank.
6) Connect remote control 18/2 jacketed cable to the remote terminals.
7) Connect line voltage (via safety switch if required by local code). Refer to the wiring diagram.
8) Turn on the Vacuum. Check the pump(s) for leaks and the vacuum level.
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D.1. Site Requirements and Specifications
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E. Operation
The DV_ may be turned “ON/OFF” from the switch or a
single, convenient location within the dental office using a
Remote Control Panel. Remote wiring must be done by a
licensed electrician in accordance with local codes.
The vacuum level is factory preset at 8 in Hg (inches of
mercury). This is the reading on the gauge when all HVE’s
and SE’s are CLOSED. If this setting needs to be adjusted
contact your dealer to readjust the setting.
The unit is capable of running continuously. To conserve
electricity, the system may be turned off when not in use.
Do NOT run/stop the DV_ Dry Vacuum System by turning the main power ON/OFF. Run/stop
via remote switch, or Local On/Off Switch. If you still need to run/stop the DV_ Dry Vacuum
System by turning power ON/OFF, it is recommended to do so only ONCE per hour.
The integrated separation tank has been designed to collect the fluids evacuated during a normal
operating day. If an excessive amount of fluids are collected, the float switch in the separator will
stop the vacuum in order for the tank to automatically drain. This process takes approximately 30
seconds. Vacuum will automatically re-start after the drain cycle.
Perform the daily maintenance procedures to Clean Vacuum Lines and Washout Tank.
Turn the power OFF at the end of the day. This will drain collected liquids in the CAS separation
tank.
F. Maintenance
Weekly Service
1. Flush the main vacuum lines with a NON-FOAMING
dental vacuum cleanser. Follow the cleanser
manufacturers instructions. Flush the entire vacuum
piping system (all operatories) weekly. Use a NONFOAMING cleanser. It is extremely important that the
cleaner used cannot and will not foam. Foam will get
sucked into the vacuum producer and will cause damage
over time. If the Vacuum can not induce adequate air flow
because of a blockage in the vacuum piping system,
liquids and solids will not evacuate. Contact Technical
Support for further details on maintaining your vacuum
piping system.
2. Open Separator top and rinse the inside with water.
3. Visually inspect Vacuum for leakage. Ensure that all
hoses and connections are tight.
Annual Service
1. Replace filter element inside separator tank every year or
as needed.
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G. Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
Possible Solution
Motor Running, No Suction Leak
Kinked Suction Hose
Stuck Drain Valve (Open)
Piping Leak
Check
Check / Replace if Necessary
Check, Clean as necessary
Contact Plumber
Motor Not Running,
Hourmeter On
Check LCD Display for Error
See Error code in attached VFD
Manual
Motor Not Running,
Hourmeter Off
Check Power
Check LCD display for Error
Circuit Breaker / Fuse, Reset/Replace
Contact Electrician
To Access the LCD Display (on the VFD), remove the control panel by grasping the handle, and pull
towards you and up. The panel is held in place by magnets.
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SHEET 1 of 1
INLET
49"
DRAIN
EXHAUST
1"
1
18 2 "
1 1
2 "
19"
17"
Stainless Steel
Adjustable Feet (4)
1
16 2 "
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING
IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF DEAN DENTAL
SYSTEMS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A
WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
DEAN DENTAL SYSTEMS IS PROHIBITED.
DV6
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Installation Details, DV6, DV9
PVC from Operatories
1.5" Minimum, 2" Recommended
(Consult Vacuum Piping Guidelines)
4' x 2.5" ID Hose with ends
Provided
Fused Disconnect or
Other, per local code.
By Electrician
6' Electrical Cord
Provided
1.5" PVC Drain
SLoped Away
2" Exhaust
Metal Pipe
If over 10', increase to 3"
Must be vented outside
Per NFPA99 and Local Code
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PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING
IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF DEAN DENTAL
SYSTEMS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A
WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
DEAN DENTAL SYSTEMS IS PROHIBITED.
Installation Details 2
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THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING
IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF DEAN DENTAL
SYSTEMS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A
WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
DEAN DENTAL SYSTEMS IS PROHIBITED.
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A2
+V
HC
S2
S1
Float Switch
SIMPLEX VACUUM PACKAGE WIRING DIAGRAM
BLACK
RED
Blue
Blue
White
24VDC Control Circuit
Connection Terminals
On Delta Variable
Frequency Drive
Shielded Cable
to Vacuum Transducer
(Grey)
Hour Meter
Blue
Remote Switch
By Others. 24VDC
Remote
Off
On
Switch
Green (GND)
Black
White
Motor
S/L2
T/L3
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W/T3
V/T2
U/T1
Model
V1000
Yaskawa
Variable
Frequency Drive
R/L1
White
Fused Disconnect or
Circuit Breaker
by Others.
Per Local Code.
Must Consult a
Licensed Electrician.
6' Power Cord
Red
Disconnect ALL POWER and Wait 10 Minutes for Electrical Discharge BEFORE servicing Components.
Black
Warning -­ Electrical hazard is present. Removing the Control Panel Cover exposes you to dangerous voltage and
risk of electrical shock. Do not leave the panel off while you are operating the Vacuum System.
Green GND
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