Operating Instructions (Chair)

Operating Instructions (Chair)
DENTAL CHAIR
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT
This manual provides installation and operating instructions for the
CREDIA G1 CHAIR.
The instructions contained in this booklet should be thoroughly read and
understood before operating the chair.
After the installation has been completed, keep this manual in a safe place
and refer to it for future maintenance.
If you have any questions about this Manual or this product, please contact us.
If manual becomes unreadable or is lost, please request a new manual
by contacting your dealer.
Installation should be conducted by authorized personnel only.
Follow instructions on installation manual.
Table of Contents
INTENDED USE OF THE PRODUCT
IMPORTANT NOTES
SYMBOLS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
OVERVIEW AND MAJOR COMPONENTS
1~5
5
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Twin Articulating Headrest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Chair Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
OPERATION STOPPING FUNCTION
Chair Operation Stopping Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
ARMREST ROTATION
Long Armrest Rotation (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Cleaning, Disinfection of product exterior . . . . . . . . 8
STORAGE, LIFETIME, CONSUMABLE,
STOCK PERIOD OF PARTS AND DISPOSAL
9
BEFORE ASKING FOR REPAIRS
9
SPECIFICATIONS
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
10~11
12
INTENDED USE OF THE PRODUCT
This product is an active therapeutic device intended for the exclusive use for diagnoses,
treatments and relative procedures of dentistry.
The product must be operated or handled by the qualified dentists or by dental staffs under the
supervision of the dentist.
Such dentists or dental staffs should instruct and/or assist the patients to approach to and leave from
the product.
Patients should not be allowed to operate or handle the product unless he/she is so instructed.
IMPORTANT NOTES
In case of the troubles, please contact Takara Belmont offices or your dealers.
Do not disassemble or attempt to repair.
Disassembly, repair or modifications should only be done by a qualified repair technician.
Attempts at disassembly, repair or modifications may lead to abnormal operation and accidents.
SYMBOLS
Following symbols are used on the labels and in this manual of CREDIA G1 CHAIR. Confirm the
meaning of each symbol.
Alternating current
Protective earth
(ground)
Type B
Applied Parts
Refer to instruction
manual/booklet
Manufacturer
Date of
manufacture
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before use, read the “Safety precautions” carefully to ensure proper use.
The following information is designed to ensure safe use of this product and to prevent injury and damage
to you and others. The precautions contained here are classified depending on the severity and degree of
imminence of possible injury or damage resulting from improper use. Be sure to follow all the
information, which is important for safety.
Severity and degree of imminence of possible injury or damage
Classification of precautions
WARNING
This symbol indicates that “ignorance of these precautions may lead to severe
injury or even death as a result of improper use.”
CAUTION
This symbol indicates that “ignorance of these precautions may lead to mild
or moderate physical injury or damage to property as a result of improper use.”
NOTICE
This symbol indicates that “it is recommended to follow these precautions
for safety.”
The following symbols are used to explain the precautions.
Warning Symbols
Prohibition Symbols
Forcing Direction
Symbols
Danger / Warning
/ Caution
General prohibition sigh
General sigh
Caution Fire
Prohibit disassemble
/ repair
Earth / ground sigh
Caution electrical
shock
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
1. Be sure to turn off breakers for equipment in the clinic when this product will not be used
for a long period of time
Be sure to turn off breakers for equipment in the clinic when this product will not be used for a long
period of time (following the completion of work, during the suspension of business, etc.).
Insulation degradation may cause electrical fire.
2. Be sure to turn off the main switch upon completion of work or during work breaks
Be sure to turn off the main switch upon completion of work or during work breaks. This prevents
incorrect operation due to accidental contact and associated hazards.
3. Never disassemble, repair or modify this product
Individuals other than certified repair technicians should not disassemble or attempt to repair and
modify this product. This could lead to an accident, failure, electric shock or fire.
4. Be sure to establish a grounding connection
Be sure to establish a proper grounding connection. (Refer to a vendor for grounding connection.)
Failure or electric leakage may lead to electric shock.
5. Use with caution in the presence of electromagnetic interference waves
Do not place this product around equipment generating electromagnetic waves (including communications
equipment, elevators, etc.) as incorrect operation of this product may occur in the presence of
electromagnetic interference waves. Do not use equipment generating electromagnetic waves, such as
mobile phones, around this product.
6. Do not sit on other than seat
When the backrest is at the forward position. do not sit on or place an undue load on the headrest or legrest
of dental chair. This could cause the unit to topple or could damage the unit.
7. Do not place an undue load on the arm
Do not get on or place an undue load on the dental chair armrest. This could cause the unit to topple or
other accidents.
8. Immediately wipe off any water spills or leakage on the floor
Immediately wipe off any water spills or leakage on the floor. Decreased strength of the floor may lead
to physical injury including fall, or property damage.
9. Be sure to turn off the main switch when electrocautery is in use
Be sure to turn off the main switch when electrocautery is in use, because noise may cause incorrect
operation of this product.
10. Use with caution on patients with a cardiac pacemaker
Use this product with extreme caution on patients with a cardiac pacemaker. In the case of any
abnormalities in patients during use, immediately turn off this product and discontinue use.
11. Pay attention during the headrest operation
Do not allow hands, fingers, or hair to become entangled in the moving parts of the headrest during
operation.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
12. Ensure the maintenance of this product
• Failure to maintain this product may lead to physical injury or property damage.
• Refer to the section of maintenance.
13. Handling of equipment in the case of a power failure
When power comes back after power failure, to avoid unexpected movement, follow below instructions.
• Turn off the main power switch on dental unit.
• If the chair stopped at elevated position, chair will not go down. Help a patient to get off from the chair
while paying attention to avoid patient’s injury. Pay attention the chair doesn’t fall down.
CAUTION
1. Only experienced personnel should use this product
Only dentists or other dental professionals should use this product.
2. Confirm safety before use.
Before use, confirm that the parts are correctly and safely operating and that there are no obstacles
around this product.
3. Pay attention to patients and children
Keep your eyes on patients (especially, children) so that mischief or inadvertent operation of equipment
will not lead to unexpected accidents.
4. Discontinue use if you feel that “something is wrong”
Always be careful to inspect this product for looseness, rattling, tilting, wobbling, sounds, temperature,
odors, etc. Immediately discontinue use at the first feeling that “something is wrong.”
5. Do not smack or rub this product
Do not smack or rub this product forcefully. This could cause damage to covers or defective function.
6. Pay attention to contact injury during automatic operation
Pay special attention to surroundings during automatic operation of the dental chair.
Damage to the backrest, stool or Doctor's table may occur. Confirm that the patient is seated in the proper
position and keep your eyes on the patient during operation.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION
7. Precautions for handling synthetic leather
Stain caused by clothing dyes
The synthetic leather of this product may become stained by direct contact with clothes or belts.
If there is stains, wipe clean as quickly as possible with a 10% detergent solution diluted using
water to prevent permanent staining.
Take care of deformation or stains due to direct contact
• Direct contact with other objects such as plastic products, painted items, solvents or adhesive tape
may cause changes to the surface luster, cracking, deformation or peeling.
• Direct contact with newspaper or printed paper may cause stains.
• Direct contact with items of clothing such as printed images of T-shirts, or jeans may cause
discoloration of the synthetic leather of this product.
• Direct contact with solvents such as benzene nail polish remover, alcohol may cause discoloration,
melting of the surface, elution of the plasticizing agent, changes to surface luster, hardening/softening
or peeling.
• Using bleach or bleached sheets may cause changes to surface luster or discoloration.
• Installing this product next to sources of excess heat such as irons or heaters may cause deformation or
discoloration.
• Protect this product from direct sunlight by installing curtains. Failure to follow this instruction may
cause changes, shrinking, discoloration or fading of the leather surface.
• Placing heavy objects for a long period of time may leave an imprint of wrinkles on the synthetic
leather that cannot be removed.
8. Be sure to operate switches with your hands
Be sure to operate switches with your hands, except the foot controller, which is operated with your foot.
Operation with body parts other than hands may cause damage or incorrect operation.
9. Immediately wipe off drug solution when it comes into contact with this unit
Should drug solution or water comes into contact with this unit, immediately wipe it off with a dry soft
towel, etc. This could result in defective function or electric leakage as well as spotting or rusting.
10. Pay attention of the seating area
Do not place any hard and heavy article or any article having a sharp tip or edge on the chair’s seating area.
The synthetic leather may be damaged otherwise.
11. Precautions for cleaning the resin cover
For cleaning, do not use cleaning agents containing solvent or abrasives, thinners or oil-based alcohol
(butanol and isopropyl alcohol), which may cause cracks.
NOTICE
1. Troubleshooting and contact information
In the case of any problems, discontinue use, turn off the main switch and contact the dealer or our company.
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SAFETY
SAFETYPRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS
Caution Points During Operation of the Product
Description of Symbol Marks
: Caution areas such as moving parts, rotating parts and detachable parts to which caution should be paid.
: Caution areas that are provided with an emergency stop mechanism.
Standard Armrest
Long Armrest (Optional)
4
5
2
1
2
3
3
4
Do not allow hands, fingers, or hair to become
entangled in the moving parts of the headrest.
2
3
5
1
Take care not to be trapped by moving parts
of the headrest.
1
4
Take care not to be trapped by moving parts
of the backrest.
Do not put hands or feet into the gap between the
backrest and the seat.
Take care not to be trapped by the lower part of the seat.
Do not put hands or feet into the gap in the lower part
of the seat.
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Take care not to be trapped by the armrest.
Do not operate the chair with the armrest swing
out 90 degrees.
Take care not to be trapped between the sub link
cover and the base plate
Do not allow feet or obstruct between the sub link cover
and the base plate.
OVERVIEW AND MAJOR COMPONENTS
Overview and Major Components
Standard Armrest
Long Armrest (Optional)
Armrest
Seat
Armrest
Backrest
Armrest
Pump Cover
Headrest
Stick Switch
Sub Link Cover
Base Cover
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Armrest
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Headrest Release Button
Twin Articulating Headrest
1 Height Adjustment
Hold the headrest bar with both hands and adjust
headrest height by pulling out or pressing down on the
headrest bar.
2 & 3 Angle Adjustment
Hold the headrest release button to unlock the twin
axis mechanism and adjust headrest angle.
The headrest angle is locked when the headrest release
button is released.
2
* Does not move the right side release button of headrest,
it is fixed.
3
1
• Do not allow hands, fingers or hair to become entangled in the moving parts of the
headrest.
Chair Operation
Keep depressing the stick switch upward until the
seat is lifted up to the desired position.
Keep depressing the stick switch downward until the
seat is lowered to the desired position.
Keep depressing the stick switch to left side until the
backrest is reclined to the desired position.
Keep depressing the stick switch to right side until the
backrest is raised up to the desired position.
Confirm that the patient is seated in the proper position before operation of the chair and keep
your eyes on the patient during operation.
Before operating the chair, confirm that there are no obstacles around this product.
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OPERATION STOPPING FUNCTION
Chair motion stop function (safety function)
When pressure is detected between the base and
the sub link cover. The chair will moving up for a
certain period of time and stopped automatically.
ARMREST ROTATION
1
Long Armrest Rotation (Optional)
Armrest (Left)
The long armrest (left) and the long armrest (right)
can be rotated outward 90 degrees.
Armrest (Right)
2
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Chair Cleaning and Disinfection
• The surface of the chair’s seating area is made of synthetic leather. Apply dry wiping or wipe the surface
with cloth moistened with a 10% detergent solution diluted using water. In case the synthetic leather is
wiped with a wet cloth, fully wipe off the moisture with dry cloth.
• If the color of clothing or belt remained on the synthetic leather, wipe it off with cloth moistened with
a 10% detergent solution diluted using water as soon as possible, to avoid penetration caused by
plasticizer.
• In case the synthetic leather is wiped with a wet cloth, fully wipe off the moisture. If it remains, hydrolytic
degradation may be accelerated. Do not use solvent bleach.
• Use FD366 made by Durr for cleaning and disinfection of the product exterior.
• Apply dry wiping using a dry and soft cloth to metallic and resin cover areas.
• If there is stains, wipe clean as quickly as possible with a 10% detergent solution diluted using
water to prevent permanent staining and fully wipe off the moisture with dry and soft cloth.
• For cleaning the resin cover, do not use cleaning agents containing solvent or abrasives, thinners
or oil-based alcohol (butanol and isopropyl alcohol), which may cause cracks.
• If any metallic area is wetted, wipe off the moisture as soon as possible. They may facilitate rust
generation.
Do not place any hard and heavy article or any article having a sharp tip or edge on the chair’s
seating area. The synthetic leather may be damaged otherwise.
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STORAGE, LIFETIME, CONSUMABLE, STOCK PERIOD OF PARTS AND DISPOSAL
Storage method
Strictly observe the following points when the product will not be used for a long period of time.
1. Turn OFF the main switch at the lowest seat position and backrest reclining position after daily operation
and for a long term interval.
2. Be sure to turn off the main switch at the end of each work day.
3. Be sure to turn off the equipment breaker on the clinic’s electrical panel.
Lifetime
The durable period of this product is 10 years (self-certification based on in-house data), provided regular
maintenance and inspection is done. However, parts requiring periodical maintenance have different durability
periods. See the section on maintenance and inspection.
Consumable parts
The consumable parts are predicted to be abrasion, deterioration, and changes in external appearance or
damage through use. Please note that repair or replacement of these parts is not covered by warranty, and fees
will be required.
* The level and period of abrasion, deterioration or damage may differ depending on the usage environment
and usage conditions of this product.
Stock period of parts
Our company will keep maintenance parts of the products such as consumables and periodical replacement
parts, etc., for 10 years after sales.
Note : Maintenance parts means parts necessary for repair services for restoring the original conditions and
functions of the product and maintaining those functions.
Disposing of equipment
In case of disposal o equipment or of components dismounted from the unit, take full infection
preventing measures, and carry out appropriate steps in accordance with the legal regulations at that
time.
BEFORE ASKING FOR REPAIRS
If any of phenomena described below has occurred, make the following checks before asking for repairs.
Phenomenon
The product
does not work at all.
Check point and result
Action to be taken
Main switch is not on.
Turn on the main switch.
Equipment circuit breaker in the clinic
cabinet panel is not on.
Turn on the equipment circuit
breaker.
If the unit does not normally work even if actions were taken upon checkup stated above, then stop using the
unit, turn off the main switch and contact your dealer or our office.
Individuals other than certified repair technicians should not disassemble or attempt to repair and
modify this product. This could lead to an accident, failure, electric shock or fire.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Control No.
Rated power supply
Weight
Patient capacity
Mode of operation
Protection class against electric shock
Applied part
Usage environment
Transportation / Storage environment
: AC-CR1-C 1 V- 2 , AC-CR1-C 1 V 2 L
( 1 : Voltage, 2 : Frequency)
This product power is supplied from CREDIA G1
: AC110V 60 Hz, 4.0A
: AC120V 60 Hz, 4.4A
: AC220V 50/60 Hz, 1.7A/1.7A
: AC230V 50/60 Hz, 1.9A/1.7A
: AC240V 50 Hz,
2.2A
: 130kg
: 200kg
: Non-Continuous Operation
Duration of Maximum Operating Time : 1min,
Duty Cycle 1 : 20
: Class I equipment
: type B applied part: Seat for chair
: Temperature 10 to 40ºC
Humidity
30 to 75%
Air pressure 700 to 1060 hPa
: Temperature -20 to +70ºC
Humidity
10 to 95%
Air pressure 700 to 1060 hPa
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SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
* Values are the standard values. (Unit: mm)
Dimensional tolerance: ±10%
12.5
100
380
50
1770
°
410
90
323
540
650
600
200
870
17°
1120
430~810 (Stroke:380)
380
450
870
1770
380
50
100
410
°
90
Stroke:140
510
323
540
613
600
200
870
17°
1120
430~810 (Stroke:380)
380
450
870
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12.5
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
Guide for daily maintenance and inspection (Maintenance and inspection by user)
Management of maintenance and inspection of medical equipment should be implemented by the user (medical
institution). In case the user does not implement such management, it is permitted that such management is
outsourced to a qualified entity such as a medical equipment repair company.
For safe use of this product, it is necessary that inspection should be conducted in the specified frequency on
the items described below.
No.
Item
Frequency
Inspection method
and diagnosis
Influence if inspection Maintenance required in case
of nonconformity
not conducted
1
Check
Before
of safety start
functions
Make sure the chair
movement stops by any of
the following actions.
1. During chair auto
movement,depress of any
operation switch.
2. When push the chair link
cover.
Unexpected personal Contact your dealer or our
injury and troubles
office if any abnormality
may arise due to
arises.
motion of the chair
during medical
treatment and due to
pinching between
doctor section and
chair.
2
Product's Once
moving
every
parts
week
No abnormal noise or the
like shall be produced from
product's moving parts
when the product is
operated.
The product will not
normally work and
troubles may arise.
Contact your dealer or our
office if any abnormality
arises.
Guide for Periodical Check-up
Some parts and components of the products are degraded or deteriorated depending on the frequency of use.
Annual check-up and maintenance, as well as replacement of consumable parts, are required.
The required parts (including consumable parts) are listed below. It may be different from the following list
depending on the option of the unit.
For check-up and repair, call a technician of our authorized dealer.
Parts and components that require periodical check-up
No.
Parts Description
Standard
Lifetime
1
Spring (Include a spring hook)
5 years
2
Hydraulic moving part (O-ring, Packing)
5 years
3
Electric wiring of moving part
5 years
4
Switches
5 years
5
Solenoid Valve
7 years
Execute the maintenance in accordance with this instruction manual and operating manual
attached to each individual equipment ( Dental light, Handpiece, etc..) .
Failure to maintain this product may lead to physical injury or property damage.
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BELMONT MANUFACTURING CO., LTD. (Manufacturer)
Long Duc Industrial Park,
Long Thanh District, Dong Nai Province, Viet Nam
TEL : +84-613-201-100 / FAX : +84-613-201-096
TAKARA BELMONT CORPORATION
2-1-1, Higashishinsaibashi,Chuo-ku,Osaka, 542-0083,Japan
TEL : +81-6-6213-5945 / FAX : +81-6-6212-3680
www.takara-net.com
BOOK NO. 1E03Q1C0
Printed in Vietnam. 2014-06
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