Turtel

Turtel
User manual
Turtel
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V2012-1
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Index
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WARANTY ............................................................................................................................ 5
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INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................... 6
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2.1
User manual .................................................................................................................. 6
2.2
Huka BV ........................................................................................................................ 6
2.3
Modifications ................................................................................................................. 6
2.4
General ......................................................................................................................... 6
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................... 7
3.1
Adjusting the seat height and angle ................................................................................ 8
3.1.1 5 degrees seat angle:.................................................................................................. 9
3.1.2 9 degrees seat angle:................................................................................................ 10
3.1.3 13 degrees seat angle: .............................................................................................. 11
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3.2
Adjusting the footplate (optional) .................................................................................. 12
3.3
Adjusting the headrest ................................................................................................. 13
3.4
Adjusting the headrest angle and depth ........................................................................ 14
3.5
Installing the sceptic bowl ............................................................................................ 15
3.6
Installing the foot straps .............................................................................................. 16
MAINTANANCE ................................................................................................................... 18
4.1
Instruction................................................................................................................... 18
4.2
Cleaning ...................................................................................................................... 18
5 Technical specifications
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1 Warranty
Huka BV gives two years of warranty on its products.
Your supplier will carry out this warranty.
The guarantee does not apply to damage or faults of the tricycle caused by wrong or
improper use. The evaluation of it is the privilege of Huka or a representative to be
appointed by Huka.
N.B. This warranty does not apply to components susceptible to wear.
The Turtel is CE market and fulfils the European requirements for medical equipment.
warnings are always marked with a warning icon using bolt italic text.
recommendations are always marked with an icon using bolt italic text.
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2 INTRODUCTION
2.1 User manual
This manual is meant to give you all detail required for using this product in the best possible
and safest way. It tells you all about each component, adjustment and maintenance. Before
using the products, we strongly recommend you to read this manual carefully. Store this
manual in a way which you can always find and read in case of some problems or questions.
2.2 Huka BV
Huka is a Dutch company that manufactures appliances for the handicapped.
If you have any queries about our products or their applications please contact your
dealer.
Huka BV
Münsterstraat 13
7575 ED Oldenzaal
The Netherlands
tel: +31 (0)541 - 572 472
fax: +31 (0)541 - 520 415
mail: [email protected]
web: www.huka.nl
2.3 Modifications
Huka reserves the right to make modifications to the product described in this users
manual without incurring liability.
2.4 General
Your Huka product is a quality product. Every component of your Huka product has been
tested and checked extensively. The finishing of the frame and the mounted components
are of high quality. There for you are assured of an excellent product. When supplying your
new Huka product, in principle all described components are adjusted well and / or are turned
to you wishes. But no matter how modern, even a Huka product is not completely free of
maintenance. There are some things that require attention from time to time. This small
manual provides instructions for maintenance that you possible can do yourself and provides
information about activities of your (Huka) dealer. To do a little maintenance can be quite fun,
because it contributes to a greater pleasure whilst using the product..
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3 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
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1) Seat frame
2) Seat shell
3) Height adjustment tubes
4) Caster wheels
5) Headrest
6) Foot plate
7) sceptic bowl rail
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3.1 Adjusting the seat height and angle
The front tubes are marked with two holes, the rear tubes are marked with one hole.
front tube with two hole marking
rear tube with one hole marking
The seat height of the Turtel can be adjusted in steps of 4 centimetre. The seat angle can be
adjusted at 5, 9 or 13 degree backwards stilt.
 Determine the required seat height and seat angle of the Turtel.
 Loosen up the bolts of the height adjustment tubes using an Allan key size 6.
 Leave the bolts in the bolt holes so you can release them by hand and also tighten by hand.
make sure the bolts are firmly tightened before using the seat. Lose bolts
might result in personal or material damage.
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3.1.1 5 degrees seat angle:
 For the 5 degrees seat angle, all leg tubes must be extended the same length.
1) loosen up one bolt so far that you can move the tube outwards.
2) set the right height and make sure the bolt is be positioned into a setting hole of the tube.
3) tighten the bolt by hand.
4) repeat these steps for the other legs as well.
5) if the required height has been set tighten the bolts firmly by using the Allan key.
make sure the bolts are firmly tightened before using the seat. Lose bolts
might result in personal or material damage.
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3.1.2 9 degrees seat angle:
 to achieve a seat angle of 9 degrees, there must be a difference between the
front tubes and rear tubes of one hole (4cm).
1) loosen up one bolt so far that you can move the tube outwards.
2) set the right seat angle and make sure the bolt is be positioned into a setting hole of the
tube.
3) tighten the bolt by hand.
4) repeat these steps for the other legs as well.
5) if the required height has been set tighten the bolts firmly by using the Allan key.
make sure the bolts are firmly tightened before using the seat. Lose bolts
might result in personal or material damage.
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3.1.3 13 degrees seat angle:
 to achieve a seat angle of 13 degrees, there must be a difference between the
front tubes and rear tubes of two holes (8cm).
1) loosen up one bolt so far that you can move the tube outwards.
2) set the right seat angle and make sure the bolt is be positioned into a setting hole of the
tube.
3) tighten the bolt by hand.
4) repeat these steps for the other legs as well.
5) if the required height has been set tighten the bolts firmly by using the Allan key.
make sure the bolts are firmly tightened before using the seat. Lose bolts
might result in personal or material damage.
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3.2 Adjusting the footplate (optional)
1) loosen up both bolts so far that you can move the footplate up or down.
2) set the right footplate height.
3) tighten the bolts firmly using the Allan key.
make sure the bolts are firmly tightened before using the seat. Lose bolts
might result in personal or material damage.
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3.3 Adjusting the headrest
Adjusting the headrest height.
1) loosen up the bolts of the plastic clamp (6x) until you can move the headrest tubes.
2) set the right headrest height.
3) tighten the bolts firmly using the Allan key.
make sure the bolts are firmly tightened before using the seat. Lose bolts
might result in personal or material damage.
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3.4 Adjusting the headrest angle and depth
1) loosen up the headrest fixation by pulling the red lever upwards.
2) now move the headrest into the required angle and depth.
3) push the lever down to tighten the headrest and fix it.
make sure the lever is firmly tightened before using the seat. A not fixed
headrest might result in personal or material damage.
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3.5 Installing the sceptic bowl
1) put the sceptic bowl into the guide rail.
2) now move the sceptic bowl forward underneath the seat.
3) lock the sceptic bowl into the fixation pins. Now the Bowl is positioned is ready for use.
make sure the sceptic bowl in fixed into the fixation pins. If not, the bowl
might slide backwards and fall out of the rail.
make sure the sceptic bowl in fixed between both rails.. If not, the bowl
might fall out of the seat.
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3.6 Installing the foot straps
The foot straps can be mounted into different positions on the footplate.
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1) take the strap out of the plastic.
2) open up the lever (1) of the clip and pull the strap out (2).
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3) unscrew the nut plate (3) from the clip.
4) insert the clip into the footplate (4).
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5) tighten the clip in to the footplate using both screws and the nut plate (5).
6) mount the other clip the same way in to the footplate (6).
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7) take the strap and bend the end of the strap. this way, it will slide into the clip easier (7).
8) mount the other clip the same way in to the footplate (8).
9) push the lever down to fixate the strap (9).
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4 MAINTANANCE
4.1 Instruction
The Turtel toilet seat need a little maintenance to guarantee a safe product for many years to
come. For this you need to do some frequently checking of the product. We advise you to
check the following points every month:
1) check the surface of the seat shell if there are any sharp edges or surfaces.
2) check all bolts if they are still tightened. If not tighten them again.
3) check the fixations if they are working properly.
4) check the caster wheels if they are ok and if the brakes still work.
4.2 Cleaning
The Turtel toilet seat will get in contact with human fluids like urine and sweat. It will also
come in contact with chemical cleaning fluids. This substances might leave signs and traces in
to the product. This might lead to “spots” on the product itself. To prevent the product being
influenced by spots and coloration, we advise you to take the following precautions:
1) clean the seat, after usage, immediately with some warm water.
2) clean the seat regularly using some hot water and deterging soap.
3) avoid aggressive (chloral) soap and cleaning fluids.
4) do not use acetone or other aggressive chemical to clean the seat.
5) dry the seat after usage and cleaning to prevent it from forming stains.
aggressive soap or cleaning fluids can damage the plastic seat and the
coating on the frame. Bolts and nut could oxidise when using aggressive
cleaning fluids.
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your supplier:
Huka BV
Post Box 194, 7570 AD Oldenzaal
Tel.: +31-(0)541-572472 . e-mail: [email protected]
www.huka.nl
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