X-Ray Allengers100mA USER MARS 6R FIX

X-Ray Allengers100mA USER MARS 6R FIX
AN ISO 9001:2008 & 13485:2003 COMPANY
Mars 6R
(High Frequency X-Ray Machine)
USER MANUAL
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We thank you for purchase of Mars 6R X-Ray Machine. Please go through the User manual
carefully before operating the machine. This machine is type approved for Mechanical,
Electrical & Radiation Safety Standards by following regulatory boards:
PRODUCT APPROVALS
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Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) – 12/16:
Approved for meeting Radiation Safety Standards.
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Contents
CONTENTS
1. For Your Safety ………………………………………………….
Warning Symbol.......................................................................
Attention...................................................................................
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2. Product Description………………………………………………
Technical Specification...........................................................
Fuse Details.............................................................................
Power Supply Requirements..................................................
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3. Description of Control……………………………………………
Description of Control Functions............................................
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4. Operating Instructions……………………………………………
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5. Radiographic Technic Chart……………………………………..
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6. Dark Room Procedures..…………………………………………
X-Ray Film Processing...........................................................
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7. Maintenance…………………………………………………….
Inspecting the System............................................................
General Maintenance...........................................................
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8. Troubleshooting…………………………………………………
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9 Service Centers…………..……………………………………...
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10 Warranty………………………………………………………...
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For Your Safety
1. For Your Safety
Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. Read the
complete User Manual for further information.
SWITCH ON SAFELY
Switch ON the machine only with dry hands. Please
check the earthing before switching ON the machine
ATTENTION SYMBOL
Please refer User Manual when seen this symbol on your
machine.
USE SENSIBLY
Operate your machine as explained in the User Manual.
QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified personnel may install or repair this
Equipment.
WATER RESISTANCE
Your device is not water resistant. Keep it dry.
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For Your Safety
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
If seen on your machine doesn’t touch that part because
some High Voltage or Dangerous Voltage must be there.
INTERFERENCE
Wireless or Mobile Devices may be susceptible to
interference, which could affect performance.
CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES
When connecting to any other device, read its User
Manual for detailed Safety Instructions. Do not connect
incompatible products.
WARNING MESSAGE
Please refer User Manual when seen this symbol on your
machine.
PROTECTIVE EARTH
This symbol is for protective earth. If seen on your
equipment, it indicates the protective earth terminal.
OFF
Indicate that equipment can be switched OFF when
pressed this switch.
ON
Indicate that equipment can be switched ON when pressed
this switch.
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For Your Safety
Attention
Please read this Manual thoroughly. Although Allengers devices comply with the related
Safety Requirements. This manual provides all information necessary for a correct use and
the warnings related to danger associated with X-Rays Generating Units.
Allengers, is not to be held responsible for,
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Use of the equipment different from the intended one as described in this Manual;
Damages to the unit, to the operator, to the patient, caused either by wrong installation
or maintenance procedures, different from those described in this Manual supplied
with the unit, and by wrong operations;
Mechanical and/or electrical modifications performed during and after the installation,
different from those described in the Manual.
Allengers Qualified Engineers must only perform any technical intervention. If so
required, only the authorized personnel can remove the covers and has access to the
internal circuitry of the equipment.
Warnings:
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This device has not been designed to be used in environments where vapours,
anesthetic mixes flammable with air, or oxygen and nitrous oxide can be detected.
Before cleaning the device, please disconnect it from the AC Mains supply.
Wherever necessary, use the suitable accessories, such as the Leaded Aprons, Lead
Goggles, and Thyroid Guards to protect the Patient, User & Support Staff of OT from
radiation exposure.
While performing the radiography, no one, apart from the Operator and the Patient,
must remain in the room.
Though this unit has been designed with a quite acceptable protection level from
electromagnetic interference, it is advisable to install it at a certain distance from
electrical energy transformation rooms, from static continuity units, from portable
receiving-transmitting units and for Cellular use. Cellular Telephones are only
admitted at a distance of more than 1.5m from any component of the device. Other
medical instruments and devices that must be used in the same installation area of the
unit must comply with the Electromagnetic Compatibility rules in force. Noncomplying instruments, of which the poor immunity from electromagnetic fields is
well known, must be installed at least 3 m away from the equipment and supplied by a
different electrical line.
The equipment must be OFF while using devices such as electrical scalpels or similar
instruments. The equipment automatically performs some self-test functions and
therefore is able to detect some anomalous conditions. However, whenever there are
doubts on the performance of the equipment (e.g. images too clear, too dark or with
artifacts), the activity must be suspended and an Allengers Qualified and Authorized
Engineer must be contacted.
During the use of the equipment, the operator must comply with the local work Safety
Regulation, in particular with the ones referring to the use of X-Ray Equipments.
Avoid to use the CFL Lamps in O.T. as some of the CFL Lamps generate UV
Spectrum (>700 mm) which some times hamper the performance of electronic
circuits.
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For Your Safety
Environmental risks and displacement
The equipment contains in some of its parts, materials that at the end of the unit’s life, must
be recycled at an approved location. Particularly the device contains the following materials
and/or components:
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Central Unit and Control Console: Iron, Copper, Aluminum, Non-biodegradable
Plastic Material, Glass-Resin for Printed Circuit Boards (PCB).
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Tube Head Assembly: Tube Head Assembly of this X-Ray Equipment contains High
Voltage Tank, X-Ray Tube and Oil filled alongside, Printed Circuit Board (PCB) and
Lead used for controlling Stray Radiations.
Allengers is not responsible for the disposal of the equipment performed by the user and
for the costs related to this intervention.
It is assumed by the manufacturer and distributors of this equipment that all persons
responsible for the operation of this equipment are aware of danger and excessive exposure to
X-Radiation and this equipment is sold with the understanding that Allengers Medical
Systems Limited, their agents and representatives have no responsibility for injury or
damage which may result from exposure to X-Radiations.
Recommendations to reduce Radiation Exposure
The main objective of radiation protection procedures in an X-Ray Diagnostic Installation is
to limit the Radiation Exposure arising from the use of the Diagnostic Equipment as low as
possible so that the radiation doses received by the radiological personnel and general public
never exceeds the maximum permissible dose limits recommended by ICRP (International
Commission on Radiation Protection).
a) The radiation exposure to the patient should be the minimum exposure required to
produce images of good diagnostic quality. Use radiation with care, caution and at a
rate which is ALARA - ‘As Low As Reasonably Achievable’
b) The speed of the film, or screen and film combinations should be of fastest speed
consistent with the diagnostic objective of the radiographic examination.
c) When a patient or film must be provided with auxiliary support during radiation
exposure:
(i)
Mechanical holding devices shall be used when the technique permits.
(ii)
Individuals may be permitted to hold the patient when absolutely
necessary and no individual shall be used routinely for this purpose to the
exclusion of others who might share the task.
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For Your Safety
(iii)
If a human holder is required, the holder shall be positioned such that no
part of body shall be struck by primary X-Ray beam unless protected by at
least 0.5 mm lead equivalent and shall be protected from direct scatter
radiation by protective lead apron of not less then 0.25 mm lead
equivalent.
d) Gonadal shielding of not less then 0.25 mm lead equivalent shall be used for patients
who have not passed their reproductive age during radiographic procedures in which
gonads are under primary beam, except, in cases where shielding would interfere with
diagnostic procedures.
e) Doors of the Room/OT where X-ray equipment is installed should be closed before
making exposures.
f) The X-ray beam should not be directed towards doors or windows of the room, or
towards control panel or darkroom walls unless no other geometry is possible.
g) Obey radiation protection rules pertaining to time, distance and shielding.
h) Prefer low exposure settings to high.
i) Use Collimator to set minimal useful field size; keep Image Intensifier in close
proximity to the patient.
THE EQUIPMENT MUST BE USED WITH GENUINE ALLENGERS
ACCESSORIES
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For Your Safety
First Aid In Case of Electrical Shock
1. Switch OFF the Power Supply: If this is not possible, protect
yourself with dry insulating material and pull the victim clear off the
conductor. Do not touch the victim with your bare hands until he/she
is clear off the conductor.
2. Place the victim in supine position.
3. Keep the air passage clear by turning the head to one side, opening
the patient’s mouth and cleaning it of water, saline, mucus or blood,
a lot of which might have accumulated in the back of the throat.
4. If the jaw is rigid, try to force the mouth open by pressure on the
gum behind the last molar tooth of the lower jaw. When the upper air
passage is cleared, tilt the head backward and force the jaw forward
from the angles of the jaw in front of the ears. This would prevent
mechanical obstructions to the upper air passages.
5. Hold the chin up and forward with one hand and pinch the nostril of
the victim with other.
6. Take a very deep breath and apply your mouth to that of victim and
blow into his mouth until the chest of the victim moves up indicating
filling of the lungs (Never allow the chin to sag).
7. When the chest has moved up, withdraw your mouth and allow the
chest to sink back.
Have someone else sent for a Doctor.
Keep patient warm and loosen his/her clothing.
Do not give liquids until the patient is conscious.
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System Overview
2.
Product Description
Mars 6R is a medium powered Mobile High Frequency X-Ray unit.
It provides ease of
operation with simple controls. In all procedures, a proper sequence of operation is required.
It
is recommended to read this user manual before operating the equipment and that the operating
directions must be followed carefully.
The Radiography Parameters defined in this machine are based on Human Anatomy. This is
reason why this machine is known as APR (Anatomical Programmed Radiography Machine).
There are different keys to define the Body Part to be exposed and depending on the defined Part
by operator, machine it-self set the parameters depending on the built of patient and screen speed
combination available for exposure.
Operator can choose manual mode and can select their own parameters for exposure.
Main characteristics of generator are: •
A phenomenal reduction in generator dimensions and weight.
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Very high efficiency having consistent output.
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Negligible skin dose to patient and operator.
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Even with the fluctuations in input voltage the output remains stable.
This equipment is to be used only by Radiologist, Radiology Technician or Doctor.
Its
unauthorized use can cause injury or damage.
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System Overview
Allengers Floor to Ceiling (FC) Stand is designed to provide easy & flexible positioning of
Tube Head in various directions. Tube Head mounted on FC stand can be easily moved vertically
upwards & downwards, horizontally along the table, longitudinally forward & backward for
taking X-Rays of different parts of body.
The Floatex Diagnostic Table has been designed to meet requirements of today’s highly
sophisticated radiology department. Floatex is horizontal bucky table with floating tabletop
providing 4 ways movement of tabletop. Floating movement of tabletop gives flexibility of
performing generalized or specialized diagnostic techniques. Floatex tabletop movement is
locked in particular position with electromagnets.
Vertical Bucky Stand is used for carrying out X-Rays in standing position. Vertical Bucky can
be easily moved up or down by moving vertical carriage on column. Vertical Movement of
Bucky is locked by electromagnet. To move Bucky up or down, push button is provided with
handle for easy operation. Counterweight is used in column for proper balancing and easy
movement of Bucky. Bucky can also be moved in angular position up to 90 Degrees in five
steps.
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System Overview
Technical Specifications:
PARAMETERS
SPECIFICATIONS
KV
40 to 120 KV in steps of 1 KV
mAs
Variable mAs from 1 to 200 mAs (150mA max.)
X-Ray Generator
High Frequency 40 KHz., 6 KW X-Ray generator
X-Ray Tube
-Dual focus, Rotating Anode,
X-Ray Tube of focal spot Large 0.6 mm2, Small 0.3 mm2
Additional Features
-Collimator with Auto Shut Off
-Digital Display of kV/mAs
-X-Ray Tube Head Temperature Sensor for Thermal cut-off
-Indicators of Ready & X-Ray ON,
-Machine ON/OFF Switch, X-Ray Exposure Switch, kV
Increase/Decrease switch & mAs Increase/Decrease Switch
- Bucky ON/OFF
- Self Diagnostic on Panel
- APR Mode
- Keys for selecting area
- Keys for selecting view
- Keys for selecting patient size
- Patient Selection Switch
-Hand Switch with retractable cord for initiation of exposure
Power Supply
230V(AC-Supply) 50/60 Hz, ± 10%
Control
Fuse Details:
FUSE NO.
F1
F2
MCB:
FUNCTION
LINE SUPPLY
NEUTRAL SUPPLY
RATING
30 Amp
30 Amp
F3
F4
BUCKY SUPPLY
LBD SUPPLY
04 Amp
04 Amp
F5
INVERTER SUPPLY
02 Amp
F6
ROTOR SUPPLY
08 Amp
16 Amp (For over current protection)
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System Overview
Power Supply Requirements
The electrical power requirements for Mars 6R X-Ray system are as follows:
Input Voltage: Single Phase 230 V AC with regulation of ± 10 %
Input Frequency: 50/60 Hz.
Line Resistance: 0.4 Ohms as per IS 7620 (Part 1)
It must be ensured that at the power socket, the right pin of socket is connected to Phase (line)
and left to the Neutral. Also, voltages between following points should be checked:
Phase & Neutral:
230 V AC
Neutral & Earth:
0 V AC
Phase & Earth:
230 V AC
EARTHING: It is strongly recommended that independent earthing (at zero potential) is
available in the power socket in the Room where the machine is to be used. Proper earthing
not only enhances the performance & reliability of the equipment but increases safety for
the operating staff as well.
Environmental conditions:
Storage
Temperature 0 to 40o C
Humidity
Maximum 90% at 30o C
Operating Conditions:
Temperature 10 to 40o C
Humidity
Up to 75%
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Description of Control
3. Description of Control
B
C
5
4
3
A
2
1
11
12 (APR
Keys)
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Description of Control
Description of Control Functions:
1.
MACHINE ON SWITCH
This switch is used to turn ON the machine.
2.
MACHINE OFF SWITCH
This switch is used to turn OFF the machine. Indicator along this switch glows
when power is available to the machine but machine is in OFF condition.
3.
4.
FAULT INDICATORS
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Indicator glows to indicate the Earth fault. When this indicator is
glowing, check for proper earthing or correct polarity of LINE and
NEUTRAL to mains socket. Line should be available at right pin of
socket and Neutral to the left pin of socket.
¾
Indicator glows to indicate High Voltage Fault. When this Indicator is
glowing, either there is problem in Inverter or H.V. tank.
¾
Indicator glows to indicate the Filament Fault. This fault is due to
some fault in Filament Section.
¾
Indicator glows to indicate Thermal Fault. This fault is due to
overheating of Tube. When this fault occurs then waits for some time
to ensure cooling of the Tube.
CAPACITOR CHARGING INDICATION
When we switch ON the machine Low Capacitor Indicator will glow about
approx. 50 sec. When this indicator is glowing the machine does not exposes.
When full indicator glows then machine is ready for exposure.
5.
LARGE/SMALL FILAMENT MODE SELECTION SWITCH
Used to select either Large or Small Filament of the Tube.
6.
KV INCREASE & DECREASE SWITCH
These switches are used to Increase / Decrease the KV. KV can be increased or
decrease from 40 to 120 KV in steps of 1 KV each and the display of KV is shown
on the display above these switches.
7.
mAs INCREASE & DECREASE SWITCH
These switches are used to Increase / Decrease the mAs. mAs can be Increased or
Decrease from 1 to 200 mAs. The display of mAs is shown on the display above
these switches.
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Description of Control
8.
BUCKY SWITCH
(If Applicable)
This switch is used to energize the Bucky. When no Indicator is glowing then
none of the Bucky is selected. When we press it one time then H Indicator glows
and Horizontal Bucky is selected. If we again press the switch then V Indicator
starts glowing and Vertical Bucky is selected
9.
READY SWITCH WITH INDICATOR
This switch is used to Boost the Filament. When this switch is pressed, Indicator
above this switch glows.
10.
EXPOSURE SWITCH WITH INDICATOR
This switch is used to make an Exposure. For exposure, first press the Ready
Switch and then Exposure Switch. Exposure Indicator above this switch glows
to indicate that exposure takes place.
11.
AEC Mode (Optional)
In AEC Mode user can select the KV according the patient size and also select
the chambers as per area of exposure. The machine will automatically select the
dose rate to be given to patient.
12.
APR KEYS:-
a)
APR Key
When we switch ON the machine then by default machine is in the APR
Mode, and the corresponding indicator will glow. By pressing this switch the
machine will come out of APR Mode and vice versa.
b)
Patient Selection Switch
These switches are used to select the body size of the patient.
When XL switch is pressed then the factors selected is for extra large patient
and similarly for L, M, S, XS and baby the factors selected are for LARGE,
MEDIUM, SMALL, EXTRA SMALL and BABY.
c)
Film Density Selection Switch
These switches are used to Increase or Decrease the mAs in the steps of
15mAs as per density of film used by the Operator.
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Description of Control
d) Body Part Selection Switches
These switches are used to select the Area and the View in which X-Ray is to be taken.
This
Switch is used to define the Area to be Exposed. By pressing these two
switches the operator can select the area for exposure and the corresponding LED for selected
area will glow on the panel e.g. if the operator scroll down by pressing down key to Chest
then corresponding LED will glow on the Panel.
By pressing the V1, V2, V3 & V4 key one can select the view for the X-Ray e.g. if operator
wants to take PA view for the chest then he/she has to press
wants to take LAT view then he/she has to press
key and if he/she
similarly if one has to take the
SUPINE AP or SUPINE LAT, he/she has to press V3 & V4.
Similar procedure will follow for the rest of selection.
Exposure
13.
HAND SWITCH
Ready
This is used to press Ready switch and Exposure switch using retractable type cord.
VOLTAGE HIGH/LOW/GO INDICATOR
When HIGH (Red) Indicator or LOW (Yellow) is glowing, machine Input Voltage is
High or Low. When these Indicator is glowing machine can’t ready for exposure.
We can adjust the Voltage by Voltage Compensator Switch (on backside of control)
till the GO (Green) Indicator is Glow.
When LOW Indicator
is Glowing adjust the
switch in this direction
When HIGH Indicator
is Glowing adjust the
switch in this direction
AUDIBLE ALARM
Beep tone is heard during the emission of X-Rays.
On Table (Foot Switch)
1.
Bucky Release Switch
2.
Table Top Release Switch
1
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Operating Instructions
4. Operating Instructions
CAUTION!
X-Rays may be harmful if proper Radiation Protection Measures are not taken. So, it is assumed
that proper radiation protection measures are taken in the room where X-Rays machine is going
to be operated.
WARNING:
If X-ray Tube is being operated for the first time or re-operating the X-ray
tube after more than four weeks, the tube should be warmed-up as follows:
Operate it with half of the max. working tube voltage and then increase to
max. working tube voltage with the speed of more than 5kV per minute
and keep it there for three minutes.
RADIOGRAPHY
When we switch ON the Machine, Large Filament is selected by default. The parameters can be
selected as per the Radiographic Chart given as according the patient size, from the Control
Panel.
After setting the parameters LBD is adjusted. One has to open the collimator on the area, which
is to be exposed. After proper adjustment of collimator and parameters press ready and exposure
switch either from panel or from hand switch as said earlier during emission of X-Ray beep
sound is audible and exposure terminates automatically, and also beep sound terminates.
+
-
Before exposure is made position the patient, align the Tube Head, load the cassette with film,
place cassette in cassette box and place cassette box in bucky.
X-RAY TUBE
LBD
PATIENT
GRID
IMAGE RECEPTOR
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Operating Instructions
1.
Energize the equipment. Press the ‘ON’ SWITCH to switch ON the unit. The unit will
warm-up within 30 seconds. The interval may be used for preparing the patient and for
the adjusting the tube positioning, Field size etc.
NOTE: When the unit is to be used after being “OFF” for overnight or four hours
or more, it is recommended that control be turned “ON” routinely for five minutes
before exposure is made. This will provide consistency of radiographic results and
ensure proper warm up of tube filament.
2.
Determine the Technic to be used from the TECHNIC CHART and set the mAS from
mAS increase/decrease switches as required.
3.
Set the required KVP from KVP increase/decrease switches.
4.
Energize the bucky from bucky selection switch if required.
5.
Verify the selected parameters on Digital displays for their accuracy to the part for which
the X-Ray is to be performed.
6.
To make the exposure, first press the READY SWITCH and then after a brief delay (1
sec.) press the X-RAY SWITCH. Do not release both the Switches until exposure is
terminated by timer automatically.
NOTE: Since X-RAYS are harmful; so keep the maximum safe distance from the primary beam.
7.
Switch “OFF” the unit. This step should be taken on termination of the exposure, unless
another exposure is to be made on the next patient.
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Radiographic Chart
5. Radiographic Chart
S. No.
PART
VIEW
KVP
mAs
DIST.
GRID
(cms.)
1
CHEST
PA
55-65
5-10
150
No
2
CHEST
LAT
60-70
5-12
150
No
3
CERVICAL SPINE
AP/LAT
55-65
5-8
90
No
4
SHOULDER
AP
60-70
4-8
90
No
5
ABDOMEN/
BLADDER/IVP
KUB AP
60-70
20-50
6
SKULL/PNS
AP
65-75
30-50
90
Yes
7
SKULL
LAT
60-75
20-40
90
Yes
8
LUMBER VERTEBRA
AP
70-80
30-60
90
Yes
9
LUMBER VERTEBRA
LAT
75-85
60-100
90
Yes
10
WRIST
AP/LAT
45-55
2-3
90
No
11
ELBOW
AP/LAT
50-60
2-5
90
No
12
FINGER
AP/LAT
40-50
2-3
90
No
13
ANKLE
AP/LAT
50-60
2-5
90
No
14
KNEE
AP/LAT
50-55
3-6
90
No
90
Yes
Note:
1.
The above-suggested Factors are for KR4 INTENSIFYING SCREEN.
2.
For KIRAN ULTRA INTENSIFYING SCREEN CLASS 200 SCREEN, increase mAs by
40%.
3.
Distance means distance from Tube’s Focal Spot to Film (FFD-Film Focus Distance).
The above Radiographic Technic Chart is only for customer’s guidance. There may be slight
variations in the factors to produce better results. This is because of certain variables like
operator’s skills, power line conditions, types of screens used and patient’s physique.
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Dark Room Procedures
6. Dark Room Procedures
DARK ROOM PROCEDURE:
To obtain the best results from the X-Ray Machine, following should be observed generally
in Dark Room: 1. Dark Room should be totally dark and no light should enter in the room.
2. Loading and unloading of films in the cassette should be done only in Dark Room under
standard safe light.
3. A qualified and trained Radiographer should only be allowed to operate the
X-Ray Equipment.
4. Films should be stored in dry and dark place.
5. The Intensifying screens should be handled with care and wet finger marks of any
chemicals should not touch the screens.
6. The Developer and the Fixer solutions should always be covered and preferably new
solutions to be prepared after every 2 months or every 250 films whichever is earlier.
7. The Temperature of Developer and Fixer to be maintained between 25 to 30 Degrees.
8. Solutions should be stirred with wooden stick each time films are dipped. Separate
wooden sticks, each for developer and fixer should be used.
X-RAY FILM PROCESSING:
1. Open the exposed cassette in the Dark Room.
2. Take out the exposed film and fix it in the hanger of suitable size.
3. Dip the film in the Developer. After about 15 seconds take out the film from the
Developer to visually observe the Developing status. Dip it again and take out to monitor
the development as frequently as possible.
4. Take out the film from the Developer tank after it is fully developed.
5. Dip the film in water to rinse all traces of developer on the film.
6. After proper rinsing, dip the film in the fixer. Let it be dipped in fixer for 5 Minutes.
7. Dip the film in running water to rinse and remove all the fixer from the film.
8. Dry film either in open place or in film drier.
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Maintenance
7. Maintenance
Regular maintenance of system is necessary for safe and trouble free use. Periodic maintenance
helps in reducing equipment downtime, service cost and operational hazards.
Contact the local service representative for spares or preventive maintenance inspections. It is
recommended that preventive maintenance be performed every three months.
7.1 Inspecting the System
Daily Checklist
√ Before closing the x-ray room or when the machine is not to be used for long time switch
off the main supply and cover the machine properly.
√ Clean the Tube Head and external surface of the unit by dry cloth.
Weekly Checklist
√ Check system power cables and H.V. cables for any cracks or damages.
√ Check all connectors outside the machine for their firmness.
√ Clean the Hand Switch with a Soft Dry Cloth.
Monthly Checklist
√ Visually inspect the unit every month for any physical damage to different parts.
√ Check that panel covers are properly tight with screws from all sides.
√ Check the electrical and power cables for any crack, cuts etc.
√ Check the equipment for any loose connection or loose hardware.
√ Check the Tube Head for any leakage.
√ Check for any abnormal noise or sparking in the machine.
√ Check conditions of Dark Room Chemicals (Chemicals must be replaced every month or
depending upon their usage).
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Maintenance
7.2 General Maintenance
1. Since only trained & qualified personnel should be permitted access to the internal
portion of the X-ray unit, it is recommended that service and maintenance be performed
by our local Service Engineer.
2. User should confine only to preserve the external appearance of the unit by cleaning the
unit with dry cloth. It is recommended to take suitable precautions against accumulation
of dust etc. on the control panel, tube head etc. Dust covers may be used.
3. Allengers Medical Systems Ltd. maintains a network of Service Centres through which
the assistance of skilled service personnel may be obtained. You are requested to contact
any of the centre near you for all your service related problems.
Note: - Always disconnect the equipment from its electrical supply before cleaning or
performing non-electrical tests and maintenance.
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Troubleshooting
8. Trouble Shooting
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
FAULT SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE REASONS FOR FAULTS
Machine does not get ‘ON’
Check Power Supply at the main switch. It should be
230 Volts AC.
Check Mains Fuse on Control Panel. It may be blown.
Replace with a Fuse of the same rating.
Electrical Shock can be felt Check Earthing at wall Socket.
(Take local
when touching the External of Electrician’s help)
Machine
The light beam doesn’t Get ON. Check the Collimator Bulb. It may be fused. Replace
with a New one of the similar rating.
The Machine Exposes but No Collimators lead shutters may be closed.
Image on film. (X-Ray film Developer & fixer may be too weak. Replace
totally transparent)
chemicals.
Light & X-Ray beam not aligned. (Call for Allengers
Service Engineer)
Machine needs recalibration by Allengers Service
Engineer.
X-Ray film comes out Black X-Ray film may be exposed to Light accidentally.
with No Image
Too long developing time.
Machine needs recalibration. Ask for Allengers
Service Engineer.
CAUTION!
The users are requested not to open the machine & access inside the control panels, Tube Head
and other devices, as it may be dangerous and risky for them.
The servicing of X-Ray equipment should be entrusted to only Authorized Service Personnel.
Company is not responsible for Guarantee Claims if the service to this equipment is provided by
unauthorized service personnel.
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Service Centres
9. Service Centers
NORTH ZONE
Chandigarh
Delhi
Jaipur
Jodhpur
Lucknow
Allahabad
+91-172-2725695, 3258402, Mob: +91-9316121476, 9316120609, 9316032130
+91-11-25166712, 32536567, Mob: +91-9350598735, 9312286386, 9312474666
+91-141-3263033, 4032790, Mob: +91-9314508790, 9314951169, 9314410223
+91-291-2620288, Mob: +91-9352394242, 9351364566, 9314459711
+91-522-3244322, 2346567, Mob: +91-9335631305, 9335240314, 9335233834
+91-532-2695585, Mob: +91-9839251310, 9335768660
EAST ZONE
Kolkatta
Patna
Ranchi
Bhubaneshwar
Siliguri
Guwahati
+91-33-32585225, Mob: +91-9339005637, 9339204642, 9333472224
+91-612-3209299, Mob: +91-9835150914, 9334154602, 9304298090
+91-651-2242092, Mob: +91-9835354093,
+91-674-3250740, Mob: +91-9861023713, 9337512729
+91-353-2531245, 2535455
+91-0361-2464704, 9435340608, 9864139540, 9864295946
WEST & CENTRAL ZONE
Bhopal
Ahmedabad
Mumbai
Nagpur
+91-755-3298935, Mob: +91-9303132820, 9329889900, 9303346456
+91-79-32947595, Mob: +91-9377747474, 9328850222, 9375740606
+91-22-32550658, 28284960 Mob: +91-9324089992, 9323488111
+91-712-3251269, 2755090 Mob: +91-9373107627, 9370334646
SOUTH ZONE
Hyderabad
Calicutt
Bangalore
Chennai
Hubli
Secunderabad
+91-40-32965077, Mob: +91-9346799791, 9391061677
+91-495-2766212, 2753323, Mob: +91-9846083167
+91-80-32934804, Mob: +91-9341362458, 9880109458, 9341387131
+91-44-32966498, Mob: +91-9380018566, 9444028809, 9380018567
+91-9341362458
+91-40-32965077, 40131086 Mob: +91-9391061677, 9346799791
Although every effort is made by our Local Service Centre to attend & satisfy the service requirements of
our esteemed customers, following officials can be contacted at our Head Office for immediate solution to
our customer’s sales/service needs:
Corporate Customer Care Cell
Tel.: +91-172-3258435, Fax: +91-172-2621913
Mobile: +91-9316019218
E-mail: allengers.service@allengers.net
National Service Manager (Mr. Ashok Bhatti)
Mob: +91-9316510714
You can register your complaints at:
Toll Free No. :
1800 266 8800
E-mail
:
tollfree.report@allengers.net
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Warranty
______________________________________________________________________
10. Warranty
HEAD OFF.: S.C.O. 212-214, SECTOR 34-A, CHANDIGARH- INDIA
EPBAX NO.: +91-172-3012280-84, FAX:+ 91-172-2621913
SERVICE: +91-172-3258435
“Corporate Customer Care Cell” (CCC) at: Manager (RCC): +91-9814033690
E-mail: allengers.ho@allengers.net
Website: www.allengers.com
MEDICAL SYSTEMS LTD.
An ISO 9001:2008 &
13485:2003 Company
WARRANTY
Customer
:
___________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
Equipment Description
:
___________________________________________________
Model:
:
___________________________________________________
Serial No. of Unit
:
___________________________________________________
Date of Dispatch
:
_________________Date of Installation _____________
Date of Warranty Expiry
:
___________________________________________________
Allengers
Medical
Systems
Ltd.
makes
the
following
Warranty
_______________________________ & accessories, which bear the Allengers Mark.
with
respect
to
The equipment supplied is warranted against defective workmanship & material for a period of 12 months from the
date of Installation or 18 months from the date of dispatch which ever is earlier. Equipment & parts proving
defective within the warranty period shall be replaced or repaired free of material & labour cost.
This warranty shall not extend to glassware items & parts, which are subject to normal wear & tear. The warranty
also does not cover breakages of any item due to misuse.
All Vacumatic items (X-Ray Tubes & Image Intensifying Tubes) are subject to pro-rata warranty and these items
going defective during the warranty period shall be replaced as per following replacements policy. (This is in line
with warranty being extended to us by suppliers of these parts)
a)
b)
c)
Price of the X-Ray Tube or I.I. Tube
Un-expired portion of the warranty
Pro-Rate Credit to be allowed to customer
=
=
=
d)
Replacement cost to be borne by customer =
Rs. X
Y Months
XxY
12
a)-c)=Rs._______
The warranty is valid only in case the equipment is operated as per Operating Instructions & Normal Input Voltage.
Warranty doesn’t cover defects out of misuse of equipment.
For ALLENGERS MEDICAL SYSTEMS LTD.
(AUTHORIZED SIGNATORY)
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