003-1904-00_VetPro 5000 Wall - Cabinet Mount Installation

003-1904-00_VetPro 5000 Wall - Cabinet Mount Installation
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Applies to Models:
VetPro® 5000 Wall / Cabinet Mount Installation
8001-001
8001-002
8001-005
8001-006
warning
Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture.
Loose Components
Bearing Plate and Cover
Note
Use clamps and fittings for tubing connections shown in
VetPro Solo and or VetPro 5000 Junction box installation
instructions. Clamp sleeves are only needed if you need to
shorten the water line and lose your existing clamp sleeves.
Water Bottles (2)
Clamp Sleeves (5)
Uni-Clamps (20)
Barb Fittings (2)
Grease (1)
P80 (PN SMSC-0031)
Dowel Pin (1)
Max Tension Springs
Instruments and Accessories
May Vary Depending on Model
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Style A
003-1904-00
Rev J (11/11/15)
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Space Requirements
Suggested Mounting Location From Procedure Table
Delivery Unit can be installed on left or right side of table or cabinet.
Cabinet or Wall
250°
Arm Length
Standard - 45.3”
Short - 37 5/16”
180° Arm Length
Standard - 28”
Short - 13 1/2”
Cabinet or Wall
Note
WHIP head folded against wall measures 30.6” from center of main axis to outermost point.
Mounting Requirements
Mounting Structure Note: The mounting structure must be capable of supporting the weight and torque listed below without deflection.
Unit / Arm Assembly
Maximum
Weight
50lbs (22.6 kgs)
Torque
170.8 ft. lbs. (231.5 N•M)
Note: To prevent unit from drifting, the mounting plate must deflect no more than 1/16” (1.6 mm) over a 12” (30.5) distance.
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Range of Motion
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Cabinet Mount - Wall Mount Starts On Next Page
Equipment Alert
The cabinet must be fastened to a wall stud similar to the wall mount
installation. Failure to do that will cause cabinet to tip over.
Mount Cabinet
to Wall
Step 1: Mount to cabinet.
A) Screw cabinet to wall studs on delivery mount side as close to corner as possible.
B) Mark and drill top two 5/16” mounting holes through bearing plate and cabinet.
C) Align mounting holes and install appropriate bolts (1” or 2 1/4”) in top two holes.
Repeat (B) and (C) for lower two holes on bearing plate.
D) Loosen all four bolts and level bearing mounting plate.
Use shims if necessary, then tighten bolts.
Note
Delivery Unit can be installed on left or right side of cabinet.
The bearing plate can be mounted with the needle bearing at
the top or bottom. It is recommended that the needle bearing is
positioned at the Top.
Level
If user desires, hang plastic sleeve for tri-fold quick reference
with training CD on side of cabinet next to bearing plate for
easy access.
Backer
Plate
Step 2: For steel cabinets ONLY.
A) Drill two # 21 (.221) holes in the side of the cabinet for the two
bottom backer plate screws. This is not required when steel cabinets
are supplied with a wood end panels.
Needle Bearing
Shim
Note
Refer to chase installation manual for mounting hole locations in chase cabinet.
To install VetPro 5000, use hardware included with chase cabinet. (1/4” screws, washers and nuts)
Bearing Plate
VA1327
Chase
Cabinets
Drill Bottom Holes on
Steel Cabinets Only
Chase
Continue Cabinet Mount with Step 3
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Wall Mount
Step 2: Install bearing plate.
Equipment Alert
Mounting holes MUST be aligned with wall studs. Failure to comply
could cause delivery unit to fall damaging unit and wall structure.
Step 1: Mount to wall.
A)
B)
C)
D)
A)
B)
C)
Align mounting holes in bearing plate and frame cover.
Install four bolts.
Loosen bolts and level bearing mounting plate. Use shims,
if necessary, then tighten bolts.
Locate wall studs and align mounting plate with studs.
Level then mark and drill 1/4” pilot holes (36” top to floor).
Secure frame to wall with (8) (5/16” x 2 1/2”) lag screws.
Install mounting cover using (4) (#10-32 x 3/8”) screws.
Wall
Studs
Mounting
Plate
Level
Needle
Bearing
Mounting
Cover
Bearing
Plate
Shim
Continue Wall Mount with Step 3
Note
The bearing plate can be mounted with the needle bearing at the top or bottom. It is recommended that the needle bearing is positioned at the Top.
If user desires, hang plastic sleeve for tri-fold quick reference with training CD on side of wall next to bearing plate for easy access.
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Step 3: Install unit arm.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Loosen set screw on bearing.
Apply grease (supplied) to fixed arm.
Route umbilical tubing thru bearing and slide fixed arm into bearing.
Size and trim umbilical sleeve length to Jbox or Solo unit. Slide sleeve over tubing & wiring.
Install and secure umbilical retainer.
Apply Grease
Set Screw
Retainer
Umbilical Sleeve
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Step 4: Adjust are tension, if necessary.
Adjust arms at pivot points using a 3/32 allen wrench (5 places).
• If arms have too much play, tighten them (Clockwise).
• If they do not move freely, loosen them (Counter-Clockwise).
Adjustment
Screw
Adjustment
Screws
Adjustment Screw
(This Location Only Use 1/8” Allen Wrench)
Adjustment
Screw
VA1719
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Step 5: Install bearing cover and water bottle.
A) Install bearing cover.
B) Install water bottle.
Bearing Cover
Water Bottle
CABINET INSTALLS ONLY!
Equipment Alert
Installing hard stop bracket on cabinet installations will prevent
flex arm from swinging into cabinet and causing damage to unit.
Step 6: Install hard stop bracket.
A) Remove cap screw.
B) Install bracket.
C) Install and tighten screw.
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Hard Stop Bracket
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Equipment Alert
Stop pins prevent arm from turning 360 degrees which twists and kink tubing. You may install one or two stop pins. Verify desired arm turning positions with customer. Position may be changed by moving stop pins.
Step 7: Install stop pins.
A) Position arm at 90 degree angle based on user preferred direction swing, right-hand swing or left-hand swing.
B) Lift trim ring located at bend on arm, closest to wall / cabinet.
C) Rotate arm to desired position and install stop pins in rear holes.
Wall or Cabinet
Trim
Ring
Stop Pin Locations
Rear Only
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Step 8: Install Junction Box Assembly OR VetPro®Solo.
Refer to: Junction Box Installation Instructions (Document 003-1914-00 included with Junction Box) OR VetPro® Solo Installation Instructions (Document # 0031996-00 included with VetPro® Solo)
Continue with Step 9 after installation of Junction Box or VetPro® Solo
Step 9: Activate flex arm lock.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Remove end cap.
Slide cover back to access locking pawls.
Cut and remove wire tie.
Adjust jam nut if too much “drift” in the deliver head (if applicable).
Position arm going downward toward deliver head to slide cover in position and install end cap.
To adjust flex arm drift...
End Cap
A) Tighten jam nut clockwise if flex arm drifts DOWN.
B) Loosen jam nut counter clockwise if flex arm drifts UP.
Locking Pawls
Wire Tie
Jam Nut
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Step 10: Install instrument tubing.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Remove packaging from dental delivery head.
Move pivot assembly forward and remove set screw from pivot.
Slide arm into pivot on back of delivery head.
Tighten set-screw with 3/32” allen wrench.
Repeat with each arm.
Arm
Arm Installation
Set-Screw
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Step 12: Install bur in high speed handpiece.
A) Push bur into handpiece. (The shank will only go in half-way)
B) Then push button on back of handpiece and push the bur in until shank is all the way in.
Step 11: Install prophy angle.
Note: Friction grip burs (FG Style) are designed so that the entire straight portion of the shaft should be inside the chuck
of the handpiece. You should only see the tapered portion of the bur if installed properly.
A) Rotate chuck release ring to the right to unlock.
B) Install Prophy angle, turn chuck release ring to the left to tighten.
Push Bur Into Handpiece
Prophy
Angle
Finish Sliding Bur Into Handpiece
Push Button
Shaft Inside the Handpiece
This Portion
of the Bur
Should be
Inside the
Handpiece
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Equipment Alert
Handpieces will not work properly if not installed as shown.
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Step 13: Install instruments, adjust tubing.
A)
B)
C)
To change arm tension spring
(if more tension on arm is wanted)...
Install instruments.
Adjust tubing length by sliding tube. (on scaler slide grommet).
Change arm spring if arm moves back and forth too freely. Maximum tension springs are included with loose parts.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Remove tool pad cover and upper shroud.
Disconnect from pivot pin with pliers.
Remove allen screw with 7/64 allen wrench.
Replace spring and tighten allen screw.
Install upper shroud and tool pad.
Lightly spray the exposed o-rings
with one step conditioner.
Line up components properly to prevent damage resulting in hand piece failure.
Tool Pad
Swivel Coupler
Connection
Tighten coupler firmly
with wrench.
Upper Shroud
Handpiece
Connection
Arm Adjustment
Tension
Spring
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Pivot Pin
Allen
Screw
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Note
The air adjustment valve that corresponds to the ultrasonic scaler
must be OPEN in order to operate the scaler with the foot pedal.
Step 14: Check handpiece air flow.
A)
B)
C)
D)
Lift and pull handpiece forward.
Toggle foot control to Dry. Depress foot control.
Regulate air pressure by adjusting the corresponding knobs.
Repeat for each handpiece.
Front View
Pressure
Indicator
Pressure Gauge
[Drive Air]
Water
Air
Coolant Water
Flush Button
Coolant Water
Scaler
Adjustment
Bottom View
Coolant Air
Syringe Water
Step 15: Check handpiece water flow.
A)
B)
C)
D)
Syringe Air
Lift and pull handpiece forward.
Toggle foot control to Wet position. Depress foot control.
Regulate water pressure by adjusting the corresponding knobs.
Repeat for each handpiece that uses water.
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Installation Troubleshooting
Problem
Probable Cause
Check
Correction
No water to the system.
City water and delivery head supply
tube installed incorrectly.
Verify City water is connected to the
ribbed portion of the tube.
Correct tubing.
Water to syringe but nothing else.
Water toggle is toggled to dry.
Verify Toggle is towards the blue dot.
Redirect toggle.
Water control valves are closed.
Verify water control knob is turned
on.
Turn on water supply.
Water is leaking from the low speed instrument.
Water supply is turned on to low
speed.
Verify water is turned off to low
speed.
Turn water off.
Fiber optic light on high speed and scaler are not working.
GFI was tripped.
Verify green light on GFI is on.
Reset GFI.
Scaler has water but does not vibrate.
Transformer or universal power supply
is not plugged in.
Verify power supply is plugged in.
Connect scaler to power supply.
Inadequate PSI.
Verify PSI is reaching mid 50’s to mid Adjust PSI
60’s.
Tip is not tight.
Verify tip is tight.
Tighten tip with scaling tip wrench.
Frequency setting is not set correctly.
Verify dial corresponds with tip color.
Adjust dial.
Fiber optic light is not working on high speed.
High speed is installed on the wrong
tubing.
Verify high speed is installed on the
fiber optic tubing.
Reinstall high speed.
Multiple handpieces run at the same time.
On / Off switch to the delivery head is
turned off.
Verify switch position.
Turn switch on.
Actuator arm was fallen down on one
or more handpiece positions.
Verify actuator arm position.
Correct positioning
Air leaking from foot controler.
Foot controller tubes were routed
incorrectly.
Verify dashed line connects to Solo
or Junction Box. Verify brown tube is
not being used.
Correct tubing.
Delivery head will not lock.
Twist tie is still in place on the locking
claws inside flex arm.
Verify twist tie is removed.
Remove tie.
Junction Box only: No city water.
City water regulator is turned down too
low.
Verify regulator is set to 30.
Adjust regulator.
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Post Installation & Training Checklist
Check Verify the following:
Delivery Head
1
Delivery unit comes ON when master switch is turned ON. Verify user knows switch location.
2
Delivery head locks, unlocks and doesn’t drift. (Must have air supply to delivery head to function.)
3
Flex arm and delivery unit rotate easily and stay where placed.
4
Flex arm and delivery unit are level. Stop pins are in place.
5
User knows the coolant water flush button, potentiometer, and water control valves. Note: Keep water shut off to low speed at all times.
6
Pressing foot control delivers air/water to handpieces as expected. Verify user knows the function of the wet/dry toggle on foot control.
(Effects water flow to low speed, high speed, and scaler only.)
7
Review quick reference guide with user, making sure they understand procedures for deliver head.
8
User knows prophy angle, burr, scaling tip and syringe installation and removal. Review using Midmark conditioner for instruments, Note: Burrs
should be changed and instruments conditioned after each patient. Scaling tips should be operated within the
corresponding color on the potentiometer dial.
9
Wipe all components with a soft dry cloth to remove dirt and smudges.
Junction Box (if applicable)
10
Water and air supply regulator gauges in J-box read appropriate pressures. 32-40 for the high speed, 35-50 for the low speed, full flow for scaler.
Solo (if applicable)
11
Solo unit On/Off switch works and user is aware of switch location.
12
Drain valve is working properly. User can locate city water shut off valve.
13
User is aware of GFI (used with fiber optics and scaler) plug on outside of Solo unit and plug on the inside of Solo unit.
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Installers Signature_____________________________________________________ Date _________________________________
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Users Signature________________________________________________________Date___________________________________
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