Operation and Care Manual Whip-style Delivery System CONTENTS

Operation and Care Manual Whip-style Delivery System CONTENTS

Operation and Care Manual

Whip-style Delivery System

CONTENTS

Label Definitions .................................................... 1

Important Information ............................................ 2

Introduction ........................................................... 3

Controls ................................................................. 4

Operation .............................................................. 6

Cleaning and Maintenance.................................... 7

Warranty .............................................................. 14

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Refer to Important Information TPW1697 Rev S

Owner’s Product Identification

(Information that you will need to provide for servicing - key information is highlighted)

Date of Purchase Serial Number

Name of Owner / Facility / Department

Model Number

Name of Authorized Knight Dealer Telephone # of Authorized Knight Dealer

Address of Authorized Knight Dealer

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Intended Use of Product

This delivery system is intended to provide dental professionals with water & air to operate dental

handpieces, syringes, and Midmark authorized accessories during dental exams and procedures.

Symbols

WARNING

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in serious injury if not avoided.

Caution

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may result in minor or moderate injury if not avoided. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices

Equipment Alert

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in equipment damage if not avoided.

NOTE

Amplifies a procedure, practice, or condition.

Fragile

Maximum stacking height (Refer to "n" number on package)

Cup Fill water flow adjustment

Bowl Flush water flow adjustment

"City" water

Self-contained (distilled) water system

Handpiece drive air adjustment

Handpiece / Syringe coolant water flow adjustment

Fuse Rating

Specification

Handpiece coolant air adjustment /

Air quick connect port

Water quick connect port

Unlocked and Locked (chair rotation)

Handpiece flush button

(Note: Remove handpiece from stationthen remove handpiece from tubing connector)

Keep Dry

Proper Shipping

Orientation

Protective

Earth Ground

41 F

5 C

100 F

38 C

Temperature

Limit

Humidity Limit

Pressure Limit

Consult User Guide for important information.

Type B, Applied Part

Type BF, Applied Part

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Important Information

Specifications

Transportation / Storage / Operating

Conditions

Air / Water Pressure Operating Ranges:

Air: 80/100 PSI Water 30/50 PSI

Transportation / Storage Temperature: 23°F to 100°F

(-5°C to 38°C)

Relative Humidity:

Atmospheric Pressure:

10% to 90% (non-condensing)

7.2 PSI to 15.3 PSI

(50 kPa to 106 kPa)

Operating Temperature Range: 59°F to 95°F (15°C to 35°C)

Optional Accessories

Handpiece tubing and connectors intended to be used with

ISO 7785-1 or ISO 7785-2 compliant air-driven handpieces:

Type B Applied Part

Classification:

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Electromagnetic Interference

Class 1, Type B Applied Part,

Ordinary Equipment (IPX0)

Midmark dental operatory components are designed and built to minimize electromagnetic interference with other devices. However, if interference is noticed between another device and this operatory, remove the interfering device from room and / or plug product into an isolated circuit.

Disposal of Equipment

WARNING

Equipment is not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with oxygen, air, or nitrous oxide.

Clarification: Equipment is suitable for use in the presence of oxygen, air, or nitrous oxide.

At the end of product life, accessories, and other consumable goods may become contaminated from normal use.

Consult local codes and ordinances for proper disposal of equipment, accessories and other consumable goods.

Electrical Rating for Midmark Knight Chair (not CE):

Complies to the applicable requirements of:

UL60601-1 (2nd Edition), CAN / CSA C22.2 No. 601.1 M90

Authorized CE Representative

RATING FOR 240 VOLT UNIT

Countries in the EEC should direct all questions, incidents, and complaints to Midmark’s Authorized CE representative listed below.

Midmark Europe SAS

22, Rue De St. Denis

53500 Ernee,

FRANCE

Phone: 33-2-430-517-76

Fax: 33-2-430-569-10

240 VOLTS 50/60 Hertz

7.5 amps Max Total Connected Load

RATING FOR 120 VOLT UNIT

120 VOLTS 50/60 Hertz

Calling For Service

Direct all service inquiries to your authorized Midmark dealer. When calling for service, you must provide the following information:

Model / serial number

Date of purchase

Symptom(s) of malfunction

15 amps Max Total Connected Load

Electrical Rating for Midmark Ultra Chair (CE0086):

Power Supply Model No.: 153808-001, -002

Complies to the applicable requirements of:

ES/IEC/EN 60601-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60601-1 (Safety

Standards), EN/IEC 60601-1-2 (EMC Standards)

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Introduction

Your International Chair

Mounted Delivery System by

Knight has been designed and manufactured with care and you in mind. It is constructed of the highest quality material to provide years of trouble free service.

The instrument head provides for the control of up to five air operated handpieces and a 3way syringe. The handpieces are stored in their respective holders which may be rotated to your preferred position.

When the handpiece is removed from the holder, it is automatically selected to operate when the foot control is depressed.

Your new International unit also features a handpiece lubricant collection system.

The handpiece exhaust tubes from the four port handpiece tubes are connected to a collector jar which is located on the bottom center of the instrument head. The collection jar can be removed to be emptied and cleaned simply by unscrewing it from the unit. The collector jar should be inspected daily and emptied when approximately

1/2 inch of oil has accumulated.

The aerodynamic shape of the instrument head lends itself to easy cleaning or wrapping for infection control.

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Controls

1. INTERNATIONAL HANDPIECE DELIVERY SYSTEM CONTROLS LOCATED ON THE

LOWER FRONT OF THE INSTRUMENT HEAD:

A complete set of handpiece and syringe adjustments are located for convenient use on the lower front of the international instrument head. All controls are labeled with symbols identifying their function. A description follows and their locations are identified below.

I~

VISUAL ON/OFF

INDICATOR

When the red indicator is visible, the main air and/or water are turned on and the unit is ready for operation.

2~

HANDPIECE PRESSURE

GAGE

This gage indicates individual handpiece pressure when the handpiece is operating.

3~

MAIN ON/OFF SWITCH

This switch turns the main air and water on or off. This function is indicated by the visual on/off indicator

(item # 1)

4-5-6~

HANDPIECE COOLANT

WATER VOLUME

These knobs adjust the amount of coolant water to each respective handpiece.

7~

COOLANT WATER ON/OFF

This adjustment conveniently turns the water on or off to any handpiece without effecting the water volume setting. controls the volume of coolant delivered to each handpiece.

2. CONTROLS ON THE BOTTOM OF THE INSTRUMENT HEAD:

These controls are provided to adjust the maximum handpiece operating pressure, coolant air spray pattern and syringe spray pattern ( air and water volume). Adjust these controls to handpiece manufacturers specifications and/or personal preferences for the desired settings. All controls are labeled with symbols identifying their function as shown below.

DRIVE AIR PRESSURE SETTING

An adjustment is provided for each handpiece. Use to set the maximum handpiece pressure indicated on the gage located on the lower front control panel. Refer to the manufacturer's handpiece specifications for the proper setting.

COOLANT AIR VOLUME ADJUSTMENT

This adjustment controls the volume of coolant air delivered to each handpiece and effects the spray pattern of air and water at the handpiece. If the handpiece has a coolant air connection itself, this adjustment may have no effect and can be completely shut off.

SYRINGE AIR VOLUME ADJUSTMENT

This adjustment controls the volume of air to the syringe and effects the air water spray pattern.

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Controls

SYRINGE WATER VOLUME ADJUSTMENT

This adjustment controls the volume of water to the syringe and effects the water spray pattern.

ARM LOCK CONTROL

Located on the right side of the instrument head below the handle, this toggle switch controls the locking mechanism in the unit flex arm.

HANDPIECE COOLANT WATER FLUSH BUTTON

This button controls the coolant water flush valve and is located on the left front underside of the delivery head.

EXTERNAL CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

MASTER ON /OFF VALVE

Located on the bottom center of the instrument head directly behind the handpiece holder bar support, this two position toggle control turns the main air and water on or off (See the illustration below).

ARM LOCK

Located on the bottom of the instrument head adjacent to the handle, this two position toggle controls the arm lock mechanism.

AUTOMATIC HANDPIECE ACTIVATION

The automatic kink valves are designed to permit activation of the selected handpiece when it is removed from its holder. Drive air will be delivered to the withdrawn handpiece when the foot control is depressed.

WET/DRY FOOT CONTROL

The disc-type foot control operates the selected handpiece at varying speeds depending upon the foot pressure applied to the disc. Positioning the coolant water selector toggle allows coolant water for wet cutting to be selected by the motion of the foot. Applying foot pressure to the disc will operate the selected handpiece and, if turned on, water spray (See the illustration below).

WATER ON/OFF VALVE

Located on the foot control, this switch provides water for coolant spray to the handpiece when the switch is moved forward to the “On” position

(toward blue dot) and the foot control is depressed (wet cutting). When the valve is in the “Off’ position, water will not be delivered to any handpiece (See the illustration below).

WATER OUTLET AND FLOW CONTROL

Located on the front panel of the console, the water outlet provides water for hydrocolloid tubing or other accessories. The water is controlled by a flow control knob located next to the water outlet. Turning the knob clockwise will decreases water flow and counter clockwise increases the flow.

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Operation

The automatic kink valves are designed to permit activation of the selected handpiece when it is removed from is resting position and brought forward of the instrument head.

Drive air will be delivered to the withdrawn handpiece when the foot control is depressed (See the illustration ).

~ BASIC OPERATION ~

1. Turn on the main on/off switch located on the lower front of the International instrument head.

2. Flip the wet/dry toggle on the foot control to the desired position.

3. Lift the handpiece and pull it forward of the instrument head and depress the foot control.

4. If necessary, make adjustments with the control knobs as desired. (See Controls

Section).

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Cleaning, Disinfecting and Maintenance

Cleaning Procedures for External Surfaces

Attention!

Midmark assumes no responsibility or liability for any result, expressed or implied. These are suggested practices, based on the best information available at this time.

Protective

Barrier

Barriers

Midmark recommends the use of disposable barriers on all clinician controls that may be in contact with clinician hands and fingers during dental procedures. The use of barriers significantly reduces the need for chemical cleaners, thus prolonging the life of the equipment.

Only use barrier material that is intended for use with dental equipment. Midmark recommends the use of an

FDA market-cleared barrier such as Pinnacle Cover-all™.

Follow barrier manufacturer instructions for proper use of these products.

Protective

Barrier

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Maximum load on

Flex Arm mounted units is 7 lbs (3.2 KG)

Cleaning and Disinfecting

In addition to the use of barriers Midmark recommends the

Protective

Barrier use of an EPA registered and FDA market-cleared cleaner/ disinfectant such as Cavicide™ to be used on all clinician controls or surfaces that may come in contact with dental instruments during dental procedures.

Follow cleaner/disinfectant manufacturer instructions for proper use of the product. Care should be taken to avoid excessive application and pooling of liquids.

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Protective

Barrier

At the beginning of each workday...

Use barrier protection to cover any surfaces that must be protected from contamination.

Handpiece Accessories

Note:

Barriers should always be

changed between patients.

Protective

Barrier

Only use dental handpiece accessories with the delivery system that are FDA market-cleared and refer to manufacturer’s instructions for proper cleaning and disinfecting. Either an autoclavable syringe tip or a single use disposable syringe tip may be used.

Equipment Alert

AUTOCLAVABLE SYRINGE TIP STERILIZATION

The autoclavable syringe tips supplied with the delivery system must be sterilized prior to use with each patient, including initial use. Be sure to thoroughly rinse and clean syringe tips prior to sterilization, any debris may reduce the effectiveness of the sterilization. Recommended sterilization process is steam autoclave.

Recommended parameters are 125°C (250°F) and 106 kPa (15 PSI) for 40 minutes at temperature and pressure.

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Protective

Barrier

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WARNING

If a surface has been contaminated, it will need to be cleaned using proper techniques, and EPAregistered hospital cleaners.

Cleaning and Maintenance

Cleaning Procedures for External Surfaces - continued

Chemical Cleaners:

Note

Every dental practice setting is different and no one cleaner is the best choice for every facility.

Due to this fact there are several organizations, educated in cleaning procedures, with web sites that can assist dental personnel in choosing what is best for their practice.

Listed below are several links to some of those sites.

Organization for Safety & Asepsis Procedures

http://www.osap.org

American Dental Association

http://www.ada.org

Dept. of Health & Human Resources

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)

http://www.cdc.gov

When using cleaners:

• Carefully read the product label and directions for use.

• Do not exceed the dilution rate.

Read carefully

Read carefully

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DA148100i

Equipment Alert

No materials available for the manufacture of dental equipment are impervious to every chemical. Midmark does incorporate the most chemical-resistant materials available in our dental line of equipment.

Use of barriers are the most effective means to prevent equipment damage.

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Cleaning and Maintenance

Maintaining the Delivery System

When using cleaners:

• Carefully read the product label and directions for use.

• Do not exceed the dilution rate.

Attention!

Distilled water is not required.

However, water must meet requirements for drinking water.

At the beginning of each workday...

Fill Self Contained Water Bottle with fresh water.

Perform Purging Procedure. [Refer to page B-20].

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Between each patient...

Remove disposable tips, instruments, etc.

Perform Purging Procedure. [Refer to page B-20].

At the end of each work day / week...

Step 1:

Remove disposable tips, instruments, etc.

9 parts

WATER

1 part

BLEACH

Equipment Alert

Do not use colored / scented bleach, or concentrations greater than recommended. Mix fresh solution daily.

Step 2:

Fill water bottle with diluted bleach solution.

[1 part bleach (5.25%) - 9 parts water]

Perform Purging Procedure. [See page B-20].

Equipment Alert

Do not leave bleach solution in system longer than 30 minutes.

Doing so may result in damage to the delivery system.

Step 3:

Leave bleach solution in delivery system for 10 - 20 minutes, then remove / empty / rinse water bottle.

5 min.

WATER

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Cleaning and Maintenance

Maintaining the Delivery System - continued

Attention!

Distilled water is not required.

However, water must meet requirements for drinking water.

Step 4:

Fill water bottle with fresh water.

Repeat Purging Procedure until bleach odor is gone.

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Step 5:

Turn Master Switch OFF, then press foot pedal until all pressure is released.

OFF

O

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Note

The Purging Procedure removes debris from the handpiece/syringe tubing.

If this procedure is done frequently, it may reduce biofilm buildup on your instruments.

Purging Procedure...

Step 1:

Turn Master Switch ON.

Turn Water Selector Switch to “Bottle” setting.

Move foot control toggle switch to “Wet” setting.

Master

On / Off

Switch

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DA178600i

Step 2:

Disconnect handpiece from tubing.

Attention!

Hold handpiece tubing / syringe over a container or drain when performing Steps 3 & 4

Step 3:

Press & hold foot pedal for 30 seconds.

Press & hold Flush Button for 30 seconds.

[Button locations are shown below]

Repeat this process for all handpieces.

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Step 4:

Press & hold syringe buttons

(air & water) for 30 seconds.

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Cleaning and Maintenance

Maintaining the Delivery System - continued

Flush Button Location:

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Air / Oil Separator

Periodically, check the fluid level in the air / oil separator bottle. When the bottle is approximately 2/3 full, perform the cleaning procedure described below.

Before you begin...

Turn Master ON / OFF Switch OFF.

To clean the air / oil separator bottle...

A. Unscrew bottle.

B. Dispose of fluid and saturated gauze.

C. Clean bottle and mounting cap.

D. Install new gauze, then reinstall bottle.

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Cleaning and Maintenance

Regulator Valve Filters

The air and water pressure regulator valves each have a sediment filter to prevent debris from entering the system. To maintain proper air and water flow, these filters should be replaced approximately every three months.

Before you begin...

Turn off water & air supply to the operatory by closing Manual Shut-Off Valves

Manual

Shut-Off

Valves

2

1

0

40

3

4

6 0

5

7

6

100

1

40

2

3

0

4

6

0

5

7

6

100

Step 2:

Unscrew retainer nut.

Remove filter.

Retainer

Nut

Step 1:

Unscrew filter cap.

Note:

Use 9/16” wrench

Filter

Cap

Filter

Step 3:

Install new filter.

Secure with retainer nut.

Note:

Install the filter & retainer nut with the ridged side up (as shown).

KA947501

Step 4:

Reinstall filter cap.

Note:

Use 9/16” wrench

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Cleaning and Maintenance

Assistant’s Units

Caution

Always dispose of biohazardous debris according to local regulations.

To clean the facility vacuum system...

Refer to the cleaning instructions supplied by the manufacturer of the vacuum system.

Note

Every dental practice setting is different and no one cleaner is the best choice for every facility.

Due to this fact there are several organizations, educated in cleaning procedures, with web sites that can assist dental personnel in choosing what is best for their practice.

Listed below are several links to some of those sites.

To clean the solids collector...

A. Turn facility vacuum supply OFF.

B. Remove lid and basket.

C. Clean basket and housing.

D. Reinstall basket and lid.

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Organization for Safety & Asepsis Procedures

http://www.osap.org

American Dental Association

http://www.ada.org

Dept. of Health & Human Resources

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)

http://www.cdc.gov

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Warranty

WARRANTY

Knight by Midmark products are warranted against defect in material and workmanship for a period of 2 years, unless otherwise indicated in writing, from the time of delivery.

Exceptions:

1) "KINK-VALVE" module carries a 10 year warranty.

2) The original light bulb on a new light carries a 1 year warranty.

3) Accessories not manufactured by Knight are excluded (i.e. Fiber optic systems, Scalers,

Electric micromotor systems, Curing light systems, X-ray viewers, etc.)

4) Replacement parts and accessories carry a 90 day warranty.

Knight's sole obligation under the warranty is either to provide parts for the repair or to provide the replacement product (excluding labor and shipping). The buyer shall have no other remedy. All special, incidental and coincidental damage is excluded. Written notice of breach of warranty must be given to Knight within the warranty period.

The warranty does not cover damage resulting from improper installation or maintenance, accident or misuse. The warranty does not cover damage resulting from the use of cleaning, cleaning or sterilization chemicals and processes.

No other warranties as to merchantability, fitness for use or otherwise are made.

Midmark Corporation P O Box 286 60 Vista Drive

Versailles Ohio 45380-0286 www.midmark.com

Phone: 937-526-3662 Fax: 937-526-5542

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