Manual SP-1501, SP-1502 Series

Manual SP-1501, SP-1502 Series
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
OPERATION AND CARE OF
SP-1501
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SP-1501
SP-1501B
SP-1502
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SP-1501-SLD
SP-1501B-SLD
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SP-1502
SP-1502B
P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA, 91744-0527, U.S.A.
800-782-7706 • 626-968-6681 • www.whitehallmfg.com
Member of
6900-101-000 April 2013
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE
BOOKLET BEFORE OPERATING
YOUR NEW SPLINT PAN
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!
Failure to follow these instructions could result in damage
to your new heating appliance and/or injury
European Union CE Mark
The presence of the CE Mark on Whitehall equipment means that it has been designed, tested and certified as complying
with all applicable European Union regulations and recommendations.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with regular waste. Instead,
it is the user's responsibility to dispose of waste equipment according to the local laws. Separate collection and recycling of
the waste equipment at the time of disposal will help conserve natural resources and ensure it is recycled in a manner that
protects human health and the environment. For information about where the user can drop off the waste equipment for
recycling, please contact your local waste collection authority. See pages 11 and 12 for instructions on how to disassemble
the equipment for recycling purposes.
Electric Shock
The Electric Shock Symbol is used to indicate a hazard arising from dangerous voltage. Any mishandling could result in
irreparable damage to the equipment and/or personal injury or death.
General Warning or Caution
The Exclamation Symbol appears in Warning and Caution statements. This symbol designates where personal injury or
damage to the equipment is possible.
WARNING
To avoid electric shock, connect the instrument to properly earth-grounded, GFCI protected, 3-prong
receptacles only. Failure to observe this precaution can result in severe injury.
Ÿ DO NOT operate the appliance without properly filling with water. Under no circumstance should the appliance be
operated without water, as operating the appliance without water may result in damage to the heating element. Appliance
must be unplugged while filling or emptying water.
Ÿ CONNECT the appliance into a properly polarized G.F.C.I. (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) electrical receptacle for
protection against electrical shock. Have a qualified electrician verify the wall socket is properly polarized and grounded.
Use only the power cordset provided with the unit. The Splint Pan appliance must be properly grounded.
Ÿ AVOID skin contact with HOT water at all times! Carefully place splinting material into the Splint Pan appliance to avoid
splashing onto skin or coming into contact with HOT water. DO NOT reach into HOT water with bare hands to remove
heated splint material. Use a grasping device, such as tongs, to remove splint material from HOT water.
Ÿ DO NOT use in the presence of flammable liquids or gases, as these may present a fire and/or explosion hazard.
Ÿ ALWAYS allow the appliance to cool down before draining water or moving unit.
Ÿ DO NOT use the lid handle to lift or transport appliance.
Ÿ NEVER leave appliance operating unattended for long periods of time. Water can evaporate and cause appliance to overheat which may result in damage to the heating element. Turn "OFF" when not in use.
Ÿ FOLLOW splint material manufacturer instructions for proper material heat-up temperature and duration.
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Instructions for Operation and Care of Forma-Splint Thermal Bath
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Why Forma-Spints?............................................................................................... 2
Model Descriptions for SP-1501............................................................................ 2
Model Descriptions for SP-1502............................................................................3
Instructions for Use................................................................................................ 4
Removal of Water ..................................................................................................4
Cleaning ................................................................................................................4
Sanitizing the Bath................................................................................................. 4
To Change Temperature Settings ..........................................................................5
Changing the Operating Thermostat .....................................................................5
Changing the Fuse ................................................................................................5
Repair of Unit......................................................................................................... 5
Whitehall Splint Pans Table .................................................................................. 6
Model Diagram for SP-1501 ................................................................................. 7
Electrical Diagram for SP-1501 ............................................................................ 8
Model Diagram for SP-1502 ................................................................................. 9
Electrical Diagram for SP-1502 ............................................................................10
Electrical Parts Disassembly for SP-1501 ............................................................ 11
Electrical Parts Disassembly for SP-1502 ............................................................12
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WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING • P.O. BOX 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A
Phone (800) 782-7706 • (626) 968-6681 • Fax (626) 855-4862 • Web: www.whitehallmfg.com
Instructions for Operation and Care of Forma-Splint Thermal Bath
WHY FORMA-SPLINTS?
Forma-Splint Pans are made out of durable stainless steel to resist corrosion. The heating element has also been
specially designed to insure even heating of the splinting material. Both models feature variable temperature
settings and a convenient drain. Grounded plugs and high heat safety switches are standard.
Model SP-1501 has a spacious interior that accommodates splinting sheets up to 24” x 18” (61cm x 46cm).
Model SP-1502 has a compact design that makes it universally ideal for clinical use. The unit accommodates
sheets up to 19” x 11” (48cm x 28cm).
MODEL SP-1501
Double Lids
100-120 Volts, 50/60 Hz,
15 Amps
Shown with Double Lids
(sliding lid Model SP-1501-SLD
also available)
MODEL SP-1501B
200-240 Volts, 50/60 Hz,
8 Amps
Environmental conditions
recommended 41ºF to 113ºF
(5ºC to 45ºC) <90% RH
Stainless Steel
Working Bath
Drain and Drain Valve
INSIDE DIMENSIONS
24-1/2” x 18-1/2” x 5” Deep
(622mm x 470mm x 127mm Deep)
High or Low
Temperature
Control
Operating
Indicator Light
28-1/2”
21”
(720)
(530)
7”
(180)
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Instructions for Operation and Care of Forma-Splint Thermal Bath
MODEL SP-1502
100-120 Volts, 50/60 Hz,
6 Amps
Environmental conditions recommended
41ºF to 113ºF (5ºC to 45ºC) <90% RH
MODEL SP-1502B
200-240 Volts, 50/60 Hz,
4 Amps
Large Stainless
Steel Lid
Drain and Drain Valve
Variable Temperature Control
INSIDE DIMENSIONS
19-1/2” x 11-7/8” x 4-1/2” Deep
Operating
Indicator Light
(500mm x 300mm x 110mm Deep)
23-1/2”
14-1/4”
(600)
(360)
7”
(180)
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Instructions for Operation and Care of Forma-Splint Thermal Bath
OPERATOR SKILLS AND TRAINING
Skills:
Training
Operators using the whirlpool need a working knowledge
of occupational therapy procedures.
Operator trainees need to:
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WARNING
Ÿ be trained in occupational therapy protocols.
Ÿ read and understand this manual.
Only trained personnel should operate the Splint Pan.
Untrained operators can cause injury or be injured.
INSPECTING THE SPLINT PAN
This Whitehall product has been carefully packaged at
the factory to minimize the possibility of damage during
shipping.
— Inspect the packaging for external signs of
damage.
— Inspect the contents for damage.
If there is visible damage to the instrument upon receipt,
inform the shipping company and Whitehall immediately.
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WARNING
Inspection Checklist
Ÿ Is the Splint Pan free of excessive wear?
Ÿ Is a properly-grounded and voltage-matched
receptacle available?
Ÿ Is the outlet equipped with a functioning GFI?
Ÿ Does the drain valve open and close properly?
Do not attempt to operate this equipment if there is
evidence of shipping damage or you suspect the unit
is damaged. Damaged equipment may present
additional hazards to you. Contact Whitehall technical
support for advice before attempting to plug in and
operate damaged equipment.
SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
1. Your new Splint Pan includes the following:
(1) Heating Appliance
(1) Power Cordset
(1) Warranty Registration Card
(1) Operation & Maintenance Manual
4. Preparing to Fill your Splint Pan
Make sure appliance is unplugged and all packaging has
been removed from reservoir. Ensure that the inside of
tank is thoroughly clean before filling with water.
DO NOT use any medium except water.
NOTE: If you are missing any of the above,
contact WHITEHALL MANUFACTURING
toll free telephone no. (800) 782-7706 or (626) 968-6681
Check drain valve and make sure handle is in the
"closed position" by turning clockwise to make certain no
water in tank will drain out of appliance while being filled.
2. Unpacking your Splint Pan
5. Filling your Splint Pan
Remove all shipping & packaging material. Remove all
items from inside of tank such as Power Cordset, Filler
Hose, Warranty Registration Card, and Operation &
Maintenance Manual.
Appliance must be unplugged. Fill reservoir with
water to at least 3” (76mm) deep.
3. Location of your Splint Pan
Place the Splint Pan at a convenient height & location
such as on a table or scratch-resistant counter top.
IMPORTANT: Appliance must be placed on a level
surface! Splint Pan must be positioned so to allow ease
of disconnecting Power Cordset if necessary.
Ball valve closed
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SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
(continued)
6. Preparing to turn "ON" your Splint Pan
Close lid.
Lid can pinch fingers.
Locate the Power Switch at front of the appliance and
make sure it is set to "OFF". Insert connector end of
power cordset into power inlet at back of appliance.
Connect plug end of power cordset into a G.F.C.I.
protected AC electrical receptacle.
7. Turning "ON" your Splint Pan
You are now ready to turn "ON" the appliance. Locate
the Power Switch at the front of the unit and press to
"ON" position.
8. Adjusting/Setting the Heat-Up Temperature
Carefully insert splinting material into tank and avoid
splashing HOT water. Avoid direct skin contact with HOT
water at all times. While splint material is immersed in
water, the lid should remain closed to help retain heat
inside tank. Remove splint material from tank only after it
has reached the manufacturer’s specified duration. Use
caution when removing splint material from tank. Apply
splint material as specified by splint manufacturer’s
instructions.
Keep the lid closed when appliance is not in use.
Maintain proper water level at all times. Immediately fill
the appliance with water to 3” (76mm) deep. Avoid
allowing water to reach a "very low water" level. A "very
low water" level would be any water level 3/4" (20 mm)
or less water depth as measured from the tank bottom.
Never operate appliance without water! These
precautions will prevent the appliance from over-heating
and prevent potential damage to the heating element.
To change the set temperature on the model SP-1501,
drain the water and unplug the unit. Carefully remove the
four screws holding the nameplate and locate the two
thermostat knurled knobs. The top knob is the
thermostat for the high temperature limit setting and the
bottom knob is the thermostat for the low temperature
limit setting. Insert a small screwdriver into the slotted
head of the thermostat knob turning clockwise to raise
the temperature limit and counterclockwise to lower the
temperature limit. Please note that 1/8 of a turn is
approximately equal to ± 5ºF (-15ºC).
EMPTYING YOUR SPLINT PAN
DO NOT turn the thermostat more than one full turn in
either direction. Reinstall the nameplate and fill the unit
with 3” (76mm) of water. During manufacturing the low
temperature is preset at 160ºF (71ºC) and the high
temperature at 175ºF (79ºC).
CARE & CLEANING
OF YOUR SPLINT PAN
On the standard SP-1502 model, the temperature is varied
by turning the thermostat knob clockwise for an increase
and counterclockwise for a decrease in temperature. The
temperature on low setting should approximate 140ºF
(60ºC) and on high 190ºF (88ºC).
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WARNING
Use the Splint Pan only as directed in this manual.
Any other use can cause injury.
USING YOUR SPLINT PAN
Once the digital display indicates the desired
temperature, the appliance will be ready for use. Allow
+/- 3ºF (-16ºC) temperature variance.
Always refer to the correct temperature & duration
specified by the splinting material manufacturer.
Be certain to heed all warnings as outlined in the
WARNING section (inside front cover of this manual).
Keep lid closed while water is heating up.
Before emptying (draining) your appliance, be sure that
the power switch is set to "OFF". Allow the appliance to
cool down before emptying. Lifting the lid will accelerate
this cooling. The Splint Pan must be
unplugged when emptying the
reservior. The appliance has been
provided with a Drain Valve that has
a 1/4” (6.35mm) barbed nipple to
attach a hose.
Turn power switch "OFF" and unplug the unit from the
electrical receptacle. If necessary, drain the appliance by
following instructions as outlined in the "EMPTYING
YOUR SPLINT PAN" section.
When cleaning, rinsing, and/or drying your appliance
always rub in the direction of the stainless steel grain
lines to minimize marring or scratching the surfaces.
Use mild soaps, gentle non-abrasive detergents, or mild
mixtures of ammonia to routinely clean the surfaces of
the appliance. Be sure to always rinse with clean, warm
water and wipe dry. Use stainless steel cleaners such as
3M Stainless Steel Cleaner/Polish, Sheila Shine®,
Twinkle® Stainless Steel Cleaner/Polish, Penny Brite,
Cameo Stainless Steel Cleaner/Polish, and EZ Brite, on
stainless steel surfaces. Strictly follow brand name
manufacturer’s instructions on proper use of the
stainless steel cleaner. NOTE: The use of brand names
is intended only to indicate a type of cleaner.
DO NOT use bleach, chlorinated solvents, or other harsh
chemicals to clean your appliance. DO NOT use steel
wool to clean the stainless steel surfaces. For scaly,
hard-water spots use a strong solution of vinegar &
water and let it stand for approximately 5 minutes. Rinse
with clean, warm water and wipe dry.
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Instructions for Operation and Care of Forma-Splint Thermal Bath
WHITEHALL SPLINT PANS
Whitehall Part #
Description
SP-1501
x
1
6903-112-199
Bottom Panel
2
6903-212-199
Bottom Panel
3
6903-152-000
Drain Ball Valve (Stainless Steel) 1/4-18 NPT x 1/4
x
4
6903-160-000
Drain Barb (Stainless Steel) 1/4-18 NPT x 1/4
x
SP-1501B SP-1502 SP-1502B
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Drain Elbow (Stainless Steel) 1/4-18 NPT x 1/4
x
x
x
x
x
x
5
6903-166-000
6
6903-162-000
Drain Threaded Pipe (Stainless Steel) 1/4-18 x 3” NPT
7
6903-262-000
Drain Threaded Pipe (Stainless Steel) 1/4-18 x 5” NPT
x
x
8
6903-256-000
Element, Heating 120V
x
x
9
6903-257-000
Element, Heating 220V
x
x
x
x
10
6903-156-000
Element, Heating 120V
x
11
6903-157-000
Element, Heating 220V
x
x
12
6903-168-199
Face Plate (Plastic) for Control Panel
x
x
13
6903-268-199
Face Plate (Plastic) for Control Panel
14
0710-230-001
Fuse Holder Assembly, 5mm x 20mm
15
0710-232-000
Fuse Holder Assembly, 1/4 x 1-1/4 lg
x
16
6900-136-000
Fuse, 15 Amp, 120V, Time Delay, 1/4 x 1-1/4 lg
x
17
0710-226-000
Fuse, 8 Amp, 220V, Time Delay, 5mm x 20mm
18
0710-233-000
Fuse, 6 Amp, 120V, Time Delay, 1/4 x 1-1/4 lg
19
0710-203-000
Fuse, 4 Amp, 220V, Time Delay, 5mm x 20mm
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
20
6504-605-000
Cabinet foot
x
x
x
21
7000-415-000
J Nut, Self Retaining
x
x
x
x
x
x
22
6900-130-000
Knob for Thermostat
23
6900-135-000
Light, Rectangular (Green) 125VAC
24
6903-137-000
Light, Rectangular (Green) 250VAC
25
6505-540-000
Light, Round (Amber) 125VAC
26
6505-541-000
Light, Round (Amber) 250VAC
x
x
x
x
x
x
27
6900-134-000
Light, Round (Green) 125VAC
28
6900-134-001
Light, Round (Green) 125VAC
29
6505-542-000
Light, Round (Green) 250VAC
30
6900-108-000
Power Switch
31
6900-109-000
Power Switch (3 Way)
x
32
6505-056-000
Powercord Assembly 120V
x
33
Call for part #
Powercord Assembly 220V
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
34
6903-138-001
Rim and Lid Assembly (Stainless Steel)
35
6903-238-001
Rim and Lid Assembly (Stainless Steel)
36
6903-338-001
Rim, Stainless Steel (Lid not included) SP-1501-SLD
x
x
37
6900-128-000
Rubber Grommet
x
x
38
6903-195-001
Sliding Lid Assembly, Stainless Steel SP-1501- SLD
x
x
39
6903-142-000
Thermometer, Digital (Fahrenheit) 120V Only
x
40
6903-143-000
Thermometer, Digital (Celsius) 220V Only
41
6903-150-000
Thermostat, Capillary (Operating)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
42
6903-146-000
Thermostat, L-145
x
x
43
6903-144-000
Thermostat, L-200 (High Limit)
x
x
x
x
44
6502-100-000
#8-32 x 3/8” Phil Pan Head Screw
x
x
x
x
45
0116-013-000
#10-32 x 3/4” SST Phil Round Head Screw
x
x
x
x
46
6900-144-000
1/4” Clear Plastic Drain Hose (Not Shown)
x
x
x
x
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MODEL SP-1501
MODEL SP-1501B
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36
34
10
11
43
5
42
3
41
4
32
14 15
33
FUSE 1
6
37
FUSE 2
16
12
17
28
29
39
40
23 24
31
20
21
44
45
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Instructions for Operation and Care of Forma-Splint Thermal Bath
THERMOSTAT
DPDT
SWITCH
SP-1501
POWER INLET
L
BLK
BLK
HI LIMIT
SENSOR
FUSE 1
BLK
BLK
THERMOMETER
PROBE
BLK
MOUNT TO TANK
BLK
LOWER
LED LIGHT
GRN/YEL
HI LIMIT
SENSOR
FUSE 2
BLK
BLK
UPPER
LED LIGHT
WHT
WHT
HEATING
ELEMENT
OPERATING
LIGHT
WHT
WHT
N
OPERATING
THERMOSTAT
GND
Use only Time Delay Fuse.
See Parts List, Page 6, Item 16
SP-1501B
BRN
BRN
POWER INLET
L
THERMOSTAT
DPDT
SWITCH
FUSE 1
BRN
BRN
HI LIMIT
SENSOR
THERMOMETER
PROBE
BRN
MOUNT TO TANK
BRN
LOWER
LED LIGHT
GRN/YEL
HI LIMIT
SENSOR
FUSE 2
BLU
BLU
BRN
BRN
UPPER
LED LIGHT
OPERATING
LIGHT
BLU
BLU
N
OPERATING
THERMOSTAT
GND
Use only Time Delay Fuse.
See Parts List, Page 6, Item 17
Protective Conductor Terminal
The protective conductor terminal symbol in the above figure
identifies the location of the bonding terminal, which is bonded to
conductive accessible parts of the enclosure for safety purposes.
Symbols on labels:
Alternating Voltage or Current
Fuse Location
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HEATING
ELEMENT
Instructions for Operation and Care of Forma-Splint Thermal Bath
MODEL SP-1502
MODEL SP-1502B
35
8
32
9
33
43
14 15
18 19
FUSE 1
2
FUSE 2
13
37
27
29
4
39
3
40
22
25 26
30
41
20
21
44
45
7
5
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SP-1502
POWER INLET
FUSE 1
BLK
L
DPST
SWITCH
BLK
OVER TEMP
SENSOR
OPERATING
THERMOSTAT
BLK
BLK
GREEN
LED LIGHT
YEL/GRN
BLK
HEATING
ELEMENT
AMBER
LED LIGHT
FUSE 2
WHT
WHT
WHT
N
THERMOMETER
PROBE
MOUNT TO TANK
GND
Use only Time Delay Fuse.
See Parts List, Page 6, Item 18
SP-1502B
POWER INLET
L
DPST
SWITCH
FUSE 1
BRN
BRN
OVER TEMP
SENSOR
BRN
OPERATING
THERMOSTAT
BRN
GREEN
LED LIGHT
YEL/GRN
BRN
HEATING
ELEMENT
AMBER
LED LIGHT
FUSE 2
BLU
BLU
BLU
N
THERMOMETER
PROBE
MOUNT TO TANK
GND
Use only Time Delay Fuse.
See Parts List, Page 6, Item 19
Protective Conductor Terminal
The protective conductor terminal symbol in the above figure
identifies the location of the bonding terminal, which is bonded to
conductive accessible parts of the enclosure for safety purposes.
Symbols on labels:
Alternating Voltage or Current
Fuse Location
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ELECTRICAL PARTS DISASSEMBLY
MODEL SP-1501
MODEL SP-1501B
High Limit
Sensor
Thermostat
Operating
Thermostat
Fuse
Fuse Holder
Heating Element
Digital
Thermometer
Lights
Switch
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ELECTRICAL PARTS DISASSEMBLY
MODEL SP-1502
MODEL SP-1502B
Heating Element
Fuse
Fuse Holder
High Limit
Sensor
Digital
Thermometer
Lights
Switch
Operating
Thermostat
2
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Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 3527 • City of Industry, CA 91744-0527 U.S.A
Physical Address:
15125 Proctor Avenue • City of Industry, CA 91746 U.S.A
Phone 800-782-7706 • 626-968-6681
Fax 626-855-4862
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E-mail: info@whitehallmfg.com
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MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
Whitehall Manufacturing Company warrants that its products are free from defects in material or workmanship under
normal use and service for a period of one year from date of shipment. Whitehall's liability under this warranty shall be
discharged solely by replacement or repair of defective material, provided Whitehall is notified in writing within one
year from date of shipment, F.O.B. Industry, California.
This warranty does not cover installation or labor charges, and does not apply to materials which have been
damaged by other causes such as mishandling or improper care or abnormal use. The repair or replacement of
the defective materials shall constitute the sole remedy of the Buyer and the sole remedy of Whitehall under this
warranty. Whitehall shall not be liable under any circumstances for incidental, consequential or direct charges caused
by defects in the materials, or any delay in the repair or replacement thereof. This warranty is in lieu of all other
warranties expressed or implied. Product maintenance instructions are issued with each fixture, and disregard or noncompliance with these instructions will constitute an abnormal use condition and void the warranty. If you have any
questions or require technical assistance, please call 800-743-8219.
NOTICE TO KEEP ORIGINAL PACKAGING- Regarding warranty claims: customer must retain original packaging
for one year upon receipt of product. If packaging is discarded, it is the customer's responsibility to provide adequate
packaging. Any shipping claims that are a direct result of customer-provided packaging materials will be handled by
the shipper.
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