Comfort Hose Manifold - Center
Comfort Hose Manifold
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Installation and Operating Instructions
Contents
Important information
Mounting
1 Documentation��������������������������������������� 2
1.1 Warnings and symbols ��������������������� 2
1.2 Notes on copyright ��������������������������� 2
6 Mounting����������������������������������������������� 13
6.1 Changing hose manifold
elements����������������������������������������� 13
6.2 Wall mounting without swivel joint ��� 14
6.3 Wall mounting with swivel joint��������� 15
6.4 Fixing to Dürr Dental mounting
plates ��������������������������������������������� 16
6.5 Connect the hoses and lay correctly����������������������������������������������� 16
6.6 Electrical connection����������������������� 17
6.7 Place panel in position��������������������� 18
6.8 Position and fit out suction hoses ��� 18
2 Safety ����������������������������������������������������� 3
2.1 Correct use��������������������������������������� 3
2.2 Incorrect use������������������������������������� 3
2.3 General safety notes������������������������� 3
2.4 Safe connection of appliance������������� 3
2.5 Qualified personnel ��������������������������� 3
2.6 Protection against electrical
current ��������������������������������������������� 3
2.7 Only use original parts����������������������� 3
2.8 Transport������������������������������������������� 4
2.9 Disposal ������������������������������������������� 4
Usage
Product description
3 Overview������������������������������������������������� 5
3.1 variants��������������������������������������������� 6
3.2 Delivery Contents ����������������������������� 7
3.3 Accessories��������������������������������������� 8
3.4 Special accessories��������������������������� 8
3.5 Disposable materials������������������������� 8
3.6 Working parts and spare parts����������� 8
4 Technical data ��������������������������������������� 9
4.1 Model identification plate������������������� 9
4.2 Note on Conformity��������������������������� 9
5 Function ����������������������������������������������� 10
5.1 Module set-up��������������������������������� 11
5.2 Triple hose manifold������������������������� 11
5.3 Four-fold hose manifold������������������� 11
5.4 Suction hose in position ����������������� 11
5.5 Suction hose removed��������������������� 11
5.6 Filter function����������������������������������� 11
5.7 Rinse function��������������������������������� 11
5.8 Suction handpiece��������������������������� 11
5.9 Suction handpiece for saliva extractor hose with slider ������������������� 11
5.10Swivel joint ������������������������������������� 11
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7 Instructions for use ����������������������������� 19
7.1 Tips on ease of operation ��������������� 19
7.2 Tips on working with the four-fold
hose manifold��������������������������������� 19
8 Disinfection and cleaning ����������������������������������������������� 20
8.1 Disinfect and clean the hose manifold together with the complete
suction system ������������������������������� 20
9 Preparation������������������������������������������� 21
9.1 Mixing instructions��������������������������� 21
10 Maintenance����������������������������������������� 23
10.1Change disposable filter ����������������� 23
10.2Change the suction hose����������������� 23
10.3Lubricate the O-rings����������������������� 23
Trouble-shooting
11 Tips for Operators and Technicians ��� 24
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Important information
1 Documentation
These Installation and Operating Instructions
form an integral part of the unit. They conform
to the relevant version of the equipment and the
status of technology valid at the time of first operation.
Dürr Dental cannot guarantee smooth
operation and safe function of the unit
and will not accept any liability where
the instructions and notes contained in
these installation and operating instructions are not strictly observed.
EN
This translation has been carried out in all good
faith. The original German version is decisive.
Dürr Dental accepts no liability for incorrect
translation.
1.1 Warnings and symbols
Warnings
The warnings in this document are there to
point out possible injury to persons or damage
to machinery.
The following warning symbols are used:
Notes, e.g. special instructions concerning economical use of the unit.
Observe the accompanying documentation.
CE-labeling
Date of manufacture
Dispose of product correctly and in accordance with EU directive (2002/96/
EG-WEEE).
Unplug at the mains and remove all
power.
Wear protective gloves.
Only use once.
Part type B
General warning symbol
The warnings are structured as follows:
SIGNAL WORD
Description of type and sourceof
danger
Possible consequences of ignoringthe
safety warning here
•Measures to be taken to avoidany
possible danger.
1.2 Notes on copyright
All circuits, processes, names, software and appliances quoted are protected under industrial
property rights.
Any reprinting of the technical documentation, in
whole or in part, is subject to prior approval of
Dürr Dental being given in writing.
The signal word differentiates between differentlevels of danger:
DANGER
High risk of danger of serious injury or death
WARNING
Possible risk of danger of serious
injury or death
CAUTION
Risk of danger of minor injuries
NOTICE
Risk of serious damage
Further symbols
These symbols are used within the documentation and on the unit itself:
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Important information
2 Safety
Dürr Dental has designed and constructed this
appliance so that when used correctly there is
no danger to people or property. Nevertheless,
there are residual risks. Please follow the instructions below carefully.
2.1 Correct use
The Dürr Dental Comfort Hose Manifold is part
of a dental suction system designed for intraoral
aspiration during dental medical applications.
Suction hoses can be hung in place in the Comfort hose manifold when not being used even
with the cannula fitted in position. On hanging a
suction hose into its holder an electrical signal
switches off the suction unit.
On removing a suction hose from its holder an
electrical signal automatically switches on the
suction unit.
The Comfort hose manifold with its suction hoses and handpieces is suitable for both wet and
dry suction systems. The Comfort hose manifold has been designed as a modular system.
The number of modules can be expanded as required.
2.2 Incorrect use
Any use of this appliance above and beyond
that specifically described in these instructions
will be deemed to be as not according to the intended use. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for any damage resulting from incorrect usage. The user bears all risks.
WARNING
Risk of explosion due to inflammation of combustible materials
•Do not use the appliance in rooms in
which combustible mixtures may be
present, e.g. in operating theatres.
2.3 General safety notes
•Before using the appliance observe any and
all guidelines, laws, regulations and other restrictions which may apply to the appliance.
•Before each use check the function and condition of the appliance.
•Do not convert or change the appliance in any
way.
•Observe the Installation and Operating Instructions precisely.
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•Keep the Installation and Operating Instructions in an accessible place so that the operator has instant access to them.
2.4 Safe connection of appliance
During development and construction of the unit
care has been taken to incorporate all requirements of medical products as far as was possible. As a result this appliance is suitable for installation within medical supply equipment.
•Observe the requirements under directive
93/42 EWG as well as all relevant standards
when fitting into medical facilities.
A master copy of the system manufacturer‘s declaration according to Article
12 of Directive 93/42/EWG can be
found in our download section under
www.duerr.de (Document No. 9000461-264).
2.5 Qualified personnel
Instructions for use
Persons who operate the appliance must, on
the basis of their training and knowledge, ensure safe and correct handling of the appliance.
•Ensure personnel are trained in the correct usage of the appliance.
Installation and repair
•Installation, resetting, alterations, extensions
and repairs must be carried out by Dürr Dental or by qualified personnel specifically approved and authorized by Dürr Dental.
2.6 Protection against electrical
current
•When working on and with the appliance always observe the local electrical safety procedures.
•Never come into contact with patients and
open plug-in connections on the appliance at
the same time.
•Damaged supply lines and connections must
be replaced immediately.
2.7 Only use original parts
•Only Dürr Dental parts or accessories and
special accessories specifically approved by
Dürr Dental may be used.
•Only use original working parts and spare
parts.
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Important information
Dürr Dental cannot accept any liability
for damage caused by the use of accessories and special accessories not
specifically approved by Dürr Dental or
not using original working parts and
spare parts.
2.8 Transport
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The original packaging offers the optimum protection for the appliance during transport.
If required, the original packaging for the unit
can be ordered at Dürr Dental.
Dürr Dental cannot accept any liability
for damage caused during transport by
the use of unsuitable packaging, this is
also valid during the warranty term.
•Only transport the appliance in its original
packaging whenever possible.
•Keep the packing materials out of the reach of
children.
2.9 Disposal
The unit may be contaminated. Inform
the waste management company so
that they can take all necessary safety
steps.
•Prepare accessory parts before disposal, then
dispose of according to local and national
regulations.
•If you have any questions concerning the correct disposal of parts please contact your
dental trade supplier.
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Product description
3 Overview
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K
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G
3
4
5
6
11
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8
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Figure 1: Comfort hose manifold Type GFK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Cannula, e.g. Dürr Dental universal cannula
III/Protect/Petito, prophylaxis cannula
Suction handpiece for saliva extractor hose
with slider
Suction handpiece for larger suction hose
Swivel joint
Disposable filter
Suction handpiece for smaller suction hose
Small suction hose
8
9
10
11
G
F
K
Large suction hose
Clip for laying electric cable and rinsing hose
Rinsing hose
Electric cable
Element for larger suction hose
Filter element
Element for smaller suction hose
For further articles refer to the information leaflet (order number 9000-606-16/01) supplied and "3.4
Special accessories"
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Product description
3.1 variants
S
G
F
K
G = Element for larger suction hose
K = Element for smaller suction hose
S = Element for air and water spray
F = Filter element
F
G
1
F
G
K
G
K
G
F
2
G
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Figure 2: Double hose manifold Comfort,
Type FG
1
Figure 4: Fourfold hose manifold Comfort
Elements FG, 7602G01
G
F
K
G
F
1
1
2
3
G
Type SGFK, 7604G01
Type GFGK, 7604G02
Type KGFG, 7604G03
2
Figure 3: Triple hose manifold Comfort
1
2
6
Type GFK, 7603G01
Type GFG, 7603G02
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3.2 Delivery Contents
Standard parts in scope of delivery of
suction hoses and suction handpieces,
etc. are grey.
The following parts are included in the scope of
delivery:
Double hose manifold Comfort,
Type FG��������������������������������������������� 7602G01
–– Large suction handpiece
–– Large suction hose, 160 cm
–– Central suction hose
–– Rinsing hose, PVC, 3 x 1.5 x 6 mm
–– Disposable filter, yellow (12 pieces)
–– Universal cannula set (2 pieces)
–– Drill template
–– Swivel joint
–– Rotating collar, 16 mm
–– Hose manifold installation set
–– Installation and Operating Instructions
Triple hose manifold Comfort, Type GFK ����������������������������������������� 7603G01
–– Small suction handpiece
–– Large suction handpiece
–– Large suction hose, 160 cm
–– Small suction hose, 160 cm
–– Central suction hose
–– Rinsing hose, PVC, 3 x 1.5 x 6 mm
–– Disposable filter, yellow (12 pieces)
–– Universal cannula set (2 pieces)
–– Drill template
–– Swivel joint
–– Rotating collar, 16 mm
–– Hose manifold installation set
–– Installation and Operating Instructions
Triple hose manifold Comfort, Type GFG ����������������������������������������� 7603G02
–– Larger suction handpiece, 2x
–– Large suction hose, 160 cm, 2x
–– Central suction hose
–– Rinsing hose, PVC, 3 x 1.5 x 6 mm
–– Disposable filter, yellow (12 pieces)
–– Universal cannula set (2 pieces)
–– Drill template
–– Swivel joint
–– Rotating collar, 16 mm, 2x
–– Hose manifold installation set
–– Installation and Operating Instructions
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Four-fold hose manifold Comfort,
Type SGFK ��������������������������������������� 7604G01
–– Small suction handpiece
–– Large suction handpiece
–– Large suction hose, 160 cm
–– Small suction hose, 160 cm
–– Central suction hose
–– Rinsing hose, PVC, 3 x 1.5 x 6 mm
–– Disposable filter, yellow (12 pieces)
–– Universal cannula set (2 pieces)
–– Drill template
–– Swivel joint
–– Rotating collar, 16 mm
–– Hose manifold installation set
–– Inserts for air and water spray
–– Installation and Operating Instructions
Four-fold hose manifold Comfort,
Type GFGK��������������������������������������� 7604G02
–– Small suction handpiece
–– Large suction handpiece
–– Large suction hose, 160 cm
–– Small suction hose, 160 cm
–– Central suction hose
–– Rinsing hose, PVC, 3 x 1.5 x 6 mm
–– Disposable filter, yellow (12 pieces)
–– Universal cannula set (2 pieces)
–– Drill template
–– Swivel joint
–– Rotating collar, 16 mm
–– Hose manifold installation set
–– Saliva cannula
–– Installation and Operating Instructions
Four-fold hose manifold Comfort,
Type KGFG��������������������������������������� 7604G03
–– Small suction handpiece
–– Large suction handpiece
–– Rinsing hose, PVC, 3 x 1.5 x 6 mm
–– Large suction hose, 160 cm
–– Small suction hose, 160 cm
–– Central suction hose
–– Disposable filter, yellow (12 pieces)
–– Universal cannula set (2 pieces)
–– Drill template
–– Swivel joint
–– Rotating cover, 16 mm
–– Hose manifold installation set
–– Saliva cannula
–– Installation and Operating Instructions
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Product description
Five-fold hose manifold Comfort
Type SGFKK������������������������������������� 7605G51
The five-fold hose manifold Comfort can be
configured to meet any requirements.
3.3 Accessories
An overview of Dürr Dental suction
handpieces, swivel joints, rotating covers, adapters and cannula can be found
in the information leaflet supplied:
"Cleaning and Disinfection of Suction
Handpieces".
Order number (9000-606-16/01)
or in our download area under
www.duerr.de
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3.4 Special accessories
When ordering, the order number must
be completed by substituting ? by either
the letter A = grey or S = black.
Example: 7600A010-50 for grey or
7600S010-50 for black
The following are optional and can be used with
the unit:
large suction hose
160 cm���������������������������������������� 7600?010-50
large suction hose
145 cm���������������������������������������� 7600?010-51
small suction hose
160 cm���������������������������������������� 7600?020-50
small suction hose
145 cm���������������������������������������� 7600?020-51
central suction hose�������������������� 7600?350-00
saliva cannula
(fits large suction handpiece)��������� 7068-003-05
swivel arm�����������������������������������7600G150-00
filter cover for disposable filter,
yellow, 1 piece ����������������������������� 0725-041-03
adapter plate for triple-hose manifold,
grey ��������������������������������������������� 7600-163-01
adapter plate for four-fold
hose manifold, grey����������������������� 7600-164-01
adapter plate for five-fold
hose manifold, grey����������������������� 7600-165-01
adapter plate suitable, for example,
for Cattani connection bore holes� 7600-166-01
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Further elements for hose manifolds
element for air and water spray with
4 inserts��������������������������������������7600G980-50
VistaCam element
for use with Dürr Dental intraoral
cameras (VistaCam Model 2106)��7600G980-54
VistaCam iX element
for use with Dürr Dental intraoral
cameras (VistaCam Model 2108)��7600G980-56
3.5 Disposable materials
The following materials are required when operating the unit and must be ordered separately:
Disposable filter, yellow (12 pieces)0725-041-00
3.6 Working parts and spare parts
The following parts are subject to wear and tear
and must be replaced regularly (refer also to
section on maintenance):
large suction hose, grey,
160 cm���������������������������������������� 7600A010-50
large suction hose, grey,
160 cm���������������������������������������� 7600S010-50
small suction hose, grey,
160 cm���������������������������������������� 7600A020-50
small suction hose, black,
160 cm���������������������������������������� 7600S020-50
Information concerning spare parts can
be found in the Spare Parts Catalogue
under:
www.duerr.de/etk.
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4 Technical data
Unit electrical data
Protective low voltage
AC / DC
Surge current
min
max
Operating pressure,
max.
Fusing
V
5 - 24
mA
A
mbar
/ hPa
5
4
-200
IP23
Ambient conditions during storage and
transport
Temperature
°C
-10 to +60
Rel. humidity
%
< 95
4.1 Model identification plate
The model identification plate to the Comfort
hose manifold can be found under the filter element cover.
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Classification according to medical devices
directive (93/42/EWG)
Unit
Class I
Handpiece
Class I
Cannula
Class IIa
General technical data
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
cm
Weight
kg
Suction performance
Universal cannula on
large suction hose
Surgical suction cannula on small suction
hose
Saliva cannula on small
suction hose
15 x 18 x 11
ca. 1
l/min
250 - 350
l/min
50 - 80
l/min
30 - 60
Suction handpiece, cannula retainer
Large suction handpiece
mm
∅16
Small suction handpiece
mm
∅ 6± 0.1
Suction handpiece for
saliva extractor hose
with slider
mm
∅16
Hose cross-sections
Large suction hose
Small suction hose
central suction hose
mm
mm
mm
LW 19
LW 10
LW 25
Order number/Model number
SN Serial number
4.2 Note on Conformity
This appliance has been tested according to the
relevant directive of the European Union and the
required conformity acceptance procedure. This
appliance meets all the necessary requirements.
Ambient conditions during operation
Temperature
°C
+10 to +40
Rel. humidity
%
< 70
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5 Function
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Figure 5: Suction hose in position
1
2
3
4
5
Suction handpiece
Membrane
Disposable filter
Suction hose
Suction hose, central
Figure 6: Suction hose removed
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5.1 Module set-up
Due to its modular design the Comfort hose
manifold can be individually set up to meet your
needs, depending on types of treatment, or personal suction style and handling. Between 2 and
4 elements, in special cases even 5 elements,
can be configured for one hose manifold.
For other variations of Comfort hose
manifold see "3.1 variants"
Individual elements are adjustable and can be
adapted to three different ergonomic angles of
application (0°, 15°, 30°).
5.2 Triple hose manifold
The triple hose manifold has a selective function, i.e. the suction hose actually being used at
any moment is supplied with vacuum.
5.3 Four-fold hose manifold
The selective function for the four-fold hose
manifold is restricted to the single element next
to the filter element.
As soon as two further elements are used next
to the filter element then both are supplied with
vacuum.
Both the large and small suction handpieces are
fitted with a slider to control the rate of flow or
to switch off the suction flow while working.
5.6 Filter function
During suction of spray mist, saliva and other
particles from the patient mouth, these are then
passed through the suction hose and via the
open membrane and filter and into the suction
system. The integrated yellow filter serves to
hold the larger particles back.
5.7 Rinse function
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Connection of a rinsing unit serves to supply
water to the suction system while working. This
serves to prevent drying out and thus prevent
the build up of difficult to remove deposits in the
suction system.
5.8 Suction handpiece
The slider fitted in the large and small suction
handpieces can be used to control the rate of
flow or to switch off the suction flow while working.
5.9 Suction handpiece for saliva
extractor hose with slider
A rotating collar can be added to the large suction handpiece. This enables the cannula to be
turned more easily.
5.10Swivel joint
5.4 Suction hose in position
When the suction hose is placed into the hose
manifold the switch is pressed and the valve is
thus closed.
Atmospheric pressure is present in the upper
section of the selective membrane. Due to the
arrangement of the selective membrane the
path between suction hose and suction system
is interrupted.
A swivel joint can be attached to the large suction handpiece.
The swivel joint is rotatable in 15° steps. This
helps to achieve a smoother, better supply of
the hose.
5.5 Suction hose removed
By removing the suction hose a valve and two
microswitches are activated. One microswitch
activates the suction unit, the other can regulate
the station selection valve or the separation, for
example. The valve opens. Due to the vacuum
created by the suction unit the membrane rises
and opens the path between suction hose and
suction system.
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Only fully-qualified or from Dürr Dental
trained personnel may set-up, install or
operate this appliance.
6.1 Changing hose manifold elements
This section is only required in the case
of changing an element of the hose
manifold or where a different element is
required.
6 Mounting
The hose manifold can be fixed with or without
the swivel arm (1) as follows:
–– to the wall
–– on or under a work surface
•Remove the side panel.
EN
1
1
~1 mm
2
press
3
•Undo 3 screws.
•Remove the front cover, pressing the sides,
and lifting to the front.
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•Pressed the section marked from both sides
in order to take the element apart.
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•Slide both the red and the white hoses from
the filter element.
•Use the drill template (7600-100-31) supplied
to mark 3 bore positions on the wall.
1.
30 mm
Ø 5mm
1 3 4
EN
98 mm
•Unclamp the cable to the filter element.
2.
3.
Ø 5mm
Ø 5mm
47 mm
7600-100-31 2005/02
1 3 4
•Bore 3 holes, 5 mm in diameter.
Depending on the material, pre-bore and / or
use dowels.
•Screw the first screw half way into the upper
bore hole.
•Install the new element in reverse order.
6.2 Wall mounting without swivel
joint
•Hang the Comfort hose manifold in position.
•Choose a suitable location on wall for mounting.
•Check that there are no cables or supply lines
under the plaster.
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•Open the filter flap and remove the yellow
filter.
•Fix the mounting plate with the two screws.
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1
6.3 Wall mounting with swivel joint
Instructions on installing the Comfort hose manifold in combination with the swivel arm are contained in the instruction leaflet (order no. 7600150-00).
•Remove the cover.
1
•Insert the screwdriver horizontally through the
opening and tighten the screw.
1
Swivel arm
•Replace filter and cover.
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6.4 Fixing to Dürr Dental mounting
plates
Previous versions of the Dürr Dental
hose manifold were fitted with the aid of
a mounting plate to the wall, to a swivel
arm or swivel joint.
Where a Comfort hose manifold is replacing an older, previous version, then
we recommend that an adapter plate is
used between manifold and mounting
plate.
Adapter plates are available in various
sizes, depending on the type of hose
manifold, see Special accessories.
EN
•Mount the adapter plate using two M5 x 12
screws to the Comfort hose manifold.
•Mount the adapter plate with hose manifold
Comfort to the mounting plate using M4 x 12
hex screw and M4 hex nut.
1
2
2
1
1 Mounting plate
2 Adapter plate
•Loosen parts 1a and 1b of the mounting
plate.
6.5 Connect the hoses and lay
correctly
Connect the central suction hose and lay correctly:
•Connect the central suction hose to the hose
manifold.
2
1
1a
4
3
1b
•Unscrew the older hose manifold from part
1a.
•Attach plate part 1b again to part 1a.
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•Measure the length of the central suction
hose, between hose manifold and waste water drain, e.g. to the floor waste pipe.
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•Shorten the central suction hose to the required length.
•Connect the central suction hose on waste
water side, using the connector pieces supplied where necessary.
•Attach the hose with the clip to the central
suction hose.
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6.6 Electrical connection
Connect the rinse hose and lay correctly:
•Slide off the blue covering cap and slide the
rinse hose in place.
NOTICE
Fault due to cable being laid under
mechanical tension
•Avoid mechanical strain when laying
cable.
•Lay the cable parallel to the central suction
hose and to rinse hose and connect to the
floor socket.
•Clip the hose to the central suction hose.
•Lay the rinsing unit hose, ensuring as far as
possible that it is parallel to the central suction
hose.
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Mounting
6.7 Place panel in position
Example of connection
A
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B
•Place front panel in position again, noting sequence:
1. Slide the cover under the edge.
2. and 3. Snap clipse in place.
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B
C
Comfort Hose Manifold
Station selector switch
Control box, e.g. 0732-.. or 0700-..
Connection in filter element
6.8 Position and fit out suction
hoses
•Connect suction hose or suction hoses.
Fit out suction hoses, depending on variant
and according to needs, e.g.:
•Large suction hose fitted with: swivel joint,
large suction handpiece, rotating collar and
universal cannula.
•Small suction handpiece fitted with: small suction handpiece and e.g. saliva cannula.
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7 Instructions for use
7.1 Tips on ease of operation
Adjustable inserts in the elements, depending on function
•Initial position 0°.
Turn the inserts to the desired position 0° /
15° / 30°.
0°
•A rotating collar (1) can be added to the large
suction handpiece. This enables the cannula
to be turned more easily.
•The slider fitted in the large and small suction
handpieces (2) can be used to control the rate
of flow or to switch off the suction flow while
working.
•A rotating collar (3) can be added to the large
suction handpiece.
The swivel joint is rotatable in 15° steps. This
helps to achieve a smoother, better supply of
the hose.
7.2 Tips on working with the fourfold hose manifold
0°/15°/30°
Using the rotating collar, suction handpiece
and swivel joint
360°
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Vacuum supply
When using a four-fold hose manifold (e.g.
GFGK, KGFG) and two further elements have
been connected next to the filter element, then
both elements will be supplied with vacuum.
Optimising suction performance
Using as an example a hose manifold with the
layout GFGK:
If the large suction hose G is being used, then
close the slider on the small suction hose K.
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3
15° steps
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2
3
Suction handpiece for saliva extractor hose
with slider
Suction handpiece
Swivel joint
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Usage
8 Disinfection and cleaning
8.1 Disinfect and clean the hose
manifold together with the
complete suction system
EN
For reasons of hygiene and perfect function, after every patient treatment
•Aspirate a glass of cold water through the
large and the small suction hoses. Carry out
this, even when for example only the small
suction hose was actually used during treatment.
Aspiration using the larger suction hose
allows a greater amount of fresh air to
be drawn up and this increases considerably the cleaning efficiency.
After completing treatment
Disinfect and clean the suction system after
treatment is completed, and where greater
patient loads are experienced 2 x day (midday
and evening)
For the disinfection and cleaning of the
complete suction system (Comfort hose
manifold, suction hoses, amalgam separator, suction unit) use a non-aggressive, non-foaming disinfection and
cleaning agent approved and released
by Dürr Dental, e.g. Orotol plus.
To aspirate the disinfection and cleaning
agent, a care system using a suction
hose adapter should be used (e.g. OroCup).
Suction from a beaker or another vessel
without using a suitable adapter is not
appropriate for disinfection and cleaning.
•Make up 1 liter anew and distribute among
max. four spittoons.
•Allow to work for a minimum of one hour or
leave overnight.
•After the effective working time, or the next
morning, suck 2 liters water through using the
care set OroCup.
Disinfect and clean surface parts
•Disinfect and clean all surface areas of the
Comfort hose manifold and all hoses regularly,
e.g. using FD 350 disinfection wipes.
1 - 2 x Weekly
Clean the suction system 1 - 2 x week, on
heavier patient loads also during the midday
break, using special cleaning agent
For water with higher calcium levels, we
recommend using a special cleaning
agent for suction systems, such as MD
555 cleaner. This has a stronger cleaning action against deposits, scaling and
sludge accumulation.
•As pretreatment suck up 2 liters of water
through the system using the system OroCup.
•Preparing the solution.
For a single treatment unit: 50 ml (2.5 cap
fulls) MD 555 cleaner together with sufficient
cold water to make up one liter and mix the
solution.
•Attach the suction hose to the care system
and aspirate the solution.
•Make up 1 liter anew and distribute among
max. four spittoons.
•Allow to take effect for 0.5 to 2 hours (midday
break).
•After the effective working time suck up 2 liters of water through the system using the
system OroCup.
•As pretreatment suck up 2 liters of water
through the system using the system OroCup.
•Preparing the solution.
For a single treatment unit: 20 ml (1 cap full)
Orotol plus together with sufficient cold water to make up one liter and mix the solution.
•Attach the suction hose to the care system
and aspirate the solution.
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9 Preparation
9.1 Mixing instructions
Clean, disinfect and steam sterilise accessories
•Clean, disinfect and steam sterilise cannula,
suction handpiece, and the swivel joint if necessary etc. after every patient. Observe preparation regulations under EN ISO 17664.
Also refer to the information leaflet (order
number 9000-606-16) supplied
Risk assessment and classification
Cannula and suction handpieces are medical instruments which come into contact with mucous membranes and skin or tissue which has
been affected by illness. Observe all current local and national regulations concerning the
cleaning, disinfection, sterilisation and storage
of all parts! In Germany a risk assessment and
classification of medical devices must be carried
out according to „Empfehlungen der Kommission für Krankenhaushygiene und Infektionsprävention“ (Recommendations of the Commission into Hospital Hygiene and Prevention of
Infection). These medical products are classified
as Semicritical B, requiring greater care in their
preparation.
Transport / Storage
•After use, place parts in a suitable closed container which is filled with an instrument disinfectant solution (e.g. ID 212, ID 212 forte, ID
213; observe the manufacturer‘s instructions)
collect and transport in a securely sealed vessel to the site of cleaning.
Preparation for cleaning
No special requirements.
•Disassemble.
•Where necessary, remove larger dirt particles
etc. using a disinfectant disposable wipe (e.g.
FD 350).
•After the cleaning and disinfection cycles have
finished check the cannula carefully for signs
of residual dirt and repeat the cycles if necessary.
Cleaning and disinfection, manual
Cleaning takes place in a wet chemical process
using a VAH/DGHM listed instrument disinfection agent:
•Do not use an ultrasonic cleaning device or
chemical autoclaven.
•Do not use glutaraldehyde of a phenol basis.
•Place the parts fully submersed in an instrument-disinfectant and cleaning agent, e.g.
Dürr Dental ID 212, ID 212 forte; ID 213. Observe manufacturer‘s instructions carefully.
•After the cleaning and disinfection cycles have
finished check the cannula carefully for signs
of residual dirt and repeat the cycles if necessary.
•Rinse parts thoroughly with water..
•Drying should be carried out using hygienically
clean, disposable wipes, or under the application of compressed air.
Check and test of function
Frequent application and cleaning has little effect on parts. The end of the product's life cycle
is determined by the amount of wear and tear or
damage during usage.
•Always check parts before use and replace
damaged parts and dispose of faulty parts.
•Before disposal the parts should be disinfected and steam sterilised.
Packaging
•Sterilise parts either unpacked or packed in a
container or in sterile product packaging.
Use a suitable sterile product packaging!
Cleaning and disinfection, automatic
Use cleaning and disinfection devices strictly
according to manufacturer's instructions.
•Place the parts into the unit in such a way that
the interior surfaces will be rinsed thoroughly
and the water can drain off.
•Set up the cleaning and disinfection cycles
according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Steam sterilisation
WARNING
The wrong sterilisation inhibits effectiveness and can damage the
product
•Only steam sterilisation is permitted
•Do not exceed 134 °C.
•Observe the process parameters.
•Do not use any other procedures.
•Place filter paper on the sterilisation
tray.
•Always sterilise the parts together
with instruments, as this ensures an
even temperature distribution
throughout the tray contents.
•Avoid any metal contact of the parts
either with any other instruments or
with the sides of the tray.
•Lay parts for sterilisation avoiding any
contact to the inner sides of the sterilisation chamber and on the middle
tray.
•The product must be steam sterilised
in a disassembled state only.
EN
suitable apppliances, materials and trained personnel in order to produce the desired results.
Validation and routine monitoring of the preparation procedures are necessary. Any deviation
from the instructions described herein by the
staff preparing the equipment could lead to lower effectiveness and possible negative consequences: these lie solely with the staff responsible.
Process parameters
Temperature: 134 °C
Pressure above environment: 2.16 bar /
0.216 MPa
Working time: 5 min
•Parts for sterilisation must be placed in a small
steam sterilisor before every usage according
to EN 13060 and with sterilisation cycle Type
B with subsequent drying.
•Observe manufacturer‘s instructions carefully
regarding the usage of the steam sterilisator
and the correct placement of items to be sterilised.
•Observe all national and local guidelines and
standards regarding sterilisation of medical
products.
Storage
•Store the parts protected against possible
contamination.
Important information
The instructions described above have been
validated by Dürr Dental as suitable and are recommended for the preparation of parts before
and after use. The surgery manager is responsible for ensuring that the correct and safe preparation of the instruments is carried out using
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10 Maintenance
10.2Change the suction hose
Wear protective gloves.
10.1Change disposable filter
The suction hose is subject to wear and tear.
•Check the suction hose regularly at bends,
change if required.
•Slide the suction hose from the Comfort hose
manifold.
Change the disposable filter once a week
NOTICE
Faulty function when working without a disposable filter
Working without a disposable filter runs
the risk that deposits or particles will accumulate in unsuitable locations within
the hose manifold and hinder efficient
function.
•The yellow disposable filter must be in
position.
•Open the cover to the filter element and
change the yellow disposable filter.
Disposable filter (12 pieces) order number
0725-041-00
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•Connect new suction hose.
10.3Lubricate the O-rings
old
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2
The suction handpiece, suction hoses etc. are
easier to handle when the O-rings have been
treated with a little Vaseline.
•Disassemble the suction handpiece regularly
and lubricate the O-rings.
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Trouble-shooting
11 Tips for Operators and Technicians
Repairs above and beyond simple maintenance may only be carried out by a qualified technician or one of our service technicians.
EN
Problem
Probable cause
Reduced suction performance
Disposable filter in the hose mani- •Change disposable filter.
fold is full
No suction
Solution
Blockage in suction hose
•Remove and clean suction hose.
Blockage in suction handpiece
•Disassemble and clean suction
handpiece.
Suction hose bent or twisted
•Change the suction hose.
Selective membrane does not
completely open
•Remove filter cover. Remove dirt
particles, e.g. using blunt tweezers or jet of water. Do not damage the selective membrane!
Suction handpiece slider is closed •Open the handpiece slider.
Suction unit does not fuction
•Check the suction unit function.
Selective membrane does not
open
•Remove filter cover. Remove dirt
particles, e.g. using blunt tweezers or jet of water. Do not damage the selective membrane!
Control hose of one element bent •Check the control hose, e.g. in
or twisted
element for large suction hose
and filter element, for signs of
twisting.
Fluid escapes from the
suction handpiece slider
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Dirt or accumulated deposits in
suction handpiece
•Disinfect suction handpiece,
clean and then prepare, see "9
Preparation"
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Dürr Dental AG
Höpfigheimer Strasse 17
74321 Bietigheim-Bissingen
Germany
Fon: +49 7142 705-0
www.duerr.de
info@duerr.de
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