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Instructions for use
SURGtorque S459 C - 3.000.5063
Distributed by:
KaVo Dental GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
Phone +49 7351 56-0
Fax +49 7351 56-1488
Manufacturer:
Kaltenbach & Voigt GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
www.kavo.com
Table of contents
1 User instructions....................................................................................................................................... 6
2 Safety........................................................................................................................................................ 8
2.1 Description of safety instructions....................................................................................................... 8
2.2 Safety instructions........................................................................................................................... 11
3 Product description................................................................................................................................. 17
3.1 Purpose – Proper use ..................................................................................................................... 17
3.2 Technical Specifications.................................................................................................................. 20
3.3 Transportation and storage conditions............................................................................................ 22
4 Start up and shut down........................................................................................................................... 24
4.1 Checking the amount of water......................................................................................................... 26
4.2 Checking the pressures................................................................................................................... 27
5 Operation................................................................................................................................................ 30
5.1 Attaching the medical device........................................................................................................... 31
5.2 Removing the medical device.......................................................................................................... 32
5.3 Inserting the cutter or grinder.......................................................................................................... 33
Contents 3 / 72
5.4 Removing the cutter or grinder........................................................................................................ 38
6 Troubleshooting...................................................................................................................................... 41
6.1 Changing O-rings on the MULTIflex (LUX) / MULTIflex LED coupling............................................ 41
6.2 Cleaning the water nozzle............................................................................................................... 42
7 Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664.................................................................................... 44
7.1 Preparations at the site of use......................................................................................................... 44
7.2 Cleaning.......................................................................................................................................... 45
7.2.1 Manual external cleaning.................................................................................................... 45
7.2.2 Automated external cleaning.............................................................................................. 46
7.2.3 Manual internal cleaning..................................................................................................... 47
7.2.4 Automated internal cleaning............................................................................................... 48
7.3 Disinfection...................................................................................................................................... 50
7.3.1 Manual external disinfection............................................................................................... 51
7.3.2 Manual disinfection - internal.............................................................................................. 52
7.3.3 Machine disinfection - external and internal....................................................................... 53
7.4 Drying.............................................................................................................................................. 54
Contents 4 / 72
7.5 Care products and systems - Servicing........................................................................................... 55
7.5.1 Servicing with KaVo Spray................................................................................................. 57
7.5.2 Care with KaVo SPRAYrotor.............................................................................................. 58
7.5.3 Servicing with KaVo QUATTROcare PLUS........................................................................ 59
7.6 Packaging........................................................................................................................................ 63
7.7 Sterilisation...................................................................................................................................... 64
7.8 Storage............................................................................................................................................ 66
8 Tools....................................................................................................................................................... 67
9 Warranty terms and conditions............................................................................................................... 69
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1 User instructions
Dear User
Congratulations on purchasing this KaVo quality product. By following the
instructions below you will be able to work smoothly, economically and
safely.
© Copyright by KaVo Dental GmbH
Symbols
Refer to the chapter on Safety/Warning symbol
Important information for users and service technicians
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Can be steam-sterilised at 134 oC -1 oC / +4 oC (273 oF -1.6 oF /
+7.4 oF)
Thermodisinfectable
CE-Zeichen (Communauté Européenne). Ein Produkt mit diesem
Zeichen entspricht den Anforderungen der anwendbaren EGRichtlinie.
Action request
Target group
This document is intended for dentists and their assistants. The section on
starting up is also intended for service technicians.
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2 Safety
2.1 Description of safety instructions
Warning symbol
Structure
DANGER
The introduction describes the type and source of the haz‐
ard.
This section describes potential consequences of non-compliance.
▶ The optional step includes necessary measures for hazard prevention.
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Description of hazard levels
The safety instructions listed here, together with the three levels of danger
will help avert property damage and injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION
indicates a hazardous situation that can cause damage to property or mild
to moderate injuries.
2 Safety 9 / 72
WARNING
WARNING
indicates a hazardous situation that can lead to serious or fatal injury.
DANGER
DANGER
indicates a maximal hazard due to a situation that can directly cause
death or fatal injury.
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2.2 Safety instructions
WARNING
Hazards for the care provider and the patient.
In the case of damage, irregular running noise, excessive vibration, untypical warming or when the cutter or grinder cannot be held.
▶ Do not use further and notify Service.
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WARNING
Hazard from contraindication.
If the soft tissue in the oral cavity is injured, the compressed air may ena‐
ble septic substances to enter the tissue.
▶ Treatment must be discontinued with instruments operated by com‐
pressed air when soft tissue is damaged in the oral cavity.
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CAUTION
Risk due to incorrectly stored instrument.
Injury and infection caused by chucked cutters or grinders.
Damage to clamping system from dropping the instrument.
▶ After treatment, place the instrument properly in the cradle, without the
cutter or grinder.
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CAUTION
Burning hazard from hot instrument head or hot instru‐
ments cover.
If the instrument overheats, burns may arise in the oral area.
▶ Never contact soft tissue with the instrument head or instrument cover.
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CAUTION
Premature wear and malfunctioning from improper storage
during long periods of nonuse.
Reduced product life.
▶ The medical device should be cleaned, serviced and stored in a dry lo‐
cation, according to instructions, before long periods of nonuse.
Note
For safety reasons, we recommend that the tool holder system be
checked annually after the warranty period expires.
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The following individuals are authorized to repair and service KaVo prod‐
ucts:
▪ Technicians at KaVo branches throughout the world
▪ Technicians specially trained by KaVo
To ensure proper function, the medical device must be set up according to
the reprocessing methods described in the KaVo Instructions for Use, and
the care products and care systems described therein must be used. KaVo
recommends specifying a service interval at the dental office for a licensed
shop to clean, service and check the functioning of the medical device.
This service interval depends on the frequency of use and should be adjus‐
ted accordingly.
Service may only be carried out by KaVo-trained repair shops using origi‐
nal KaVo replacement parts.
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3 Product description
S459 C
SURG torque
SURGtorque S459 C (Mat. no. Mat. no. 3.000.5063)
3.1 Purpose – Proper use
Purpose:
This medical device is
3 Product description 17 / 72
▪ Only intended for dental treatment. Any other type of use or alteration
to the product is impermissible and can be hazardous. The medical
device is intended for the following uses: Removal of carious material,
cavities and crown preparations, removal of fillings, processing of
tooth, restoration surfaces.
▪ A medical device according to relevant national statutory regulations.
Proper use:
According to these regulations, this medical device may only be used for
the described application by a knowledgeable user. You need to comply
with the following:
▪ the applicable health and safety regulations
▪ the applicable accident prevention regulations
▪ these Instructions for use
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According to these regulations, the user is required to:
▪ only use equipment that is operating correctly,
▪ adhere to the specified intended use
▪ protect him or herself, the patient and third parties from danger, and
▪ avoid contamination from the product.
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3.2 Technical Specifications
Drive pressure 2.1 to 3.5 bar (30 to 51 psi)
Recommended drive pressure 2.8 ± 1.0 bar (41 ± 15 psi)
Return air pressure < 0.5 bar (7 psi)
Cooling water pressure 0.8 to 1.0 bar (12 to 15 psi)
Air consumption 40 to 55 Nl/min
Idle speed 380,000 to 420,000 min-1
Recommended pressure 2 to 3 N
Torque / Power > 0.0017 N.m / 19 W
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Note
The air consumption, idle speed, and power values were determined at a
drive pressure of 2.8 bar (41 psi).
Can be connected to all Midwest 4-hole connectors.
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3.3 Transportation and storage conditions
CAUTION
It is hazardous to start up the medical device after it has
been stored strongly refrigerated.
This can cause the medical device to malfunction.
▶ Prior to start-up, very cold products must be heated to a temperature
of 20oC to 25oC (68oF to 77oF).
Temperature: -20°C to +70°C (-4°F to +158°F)
Relative humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH absence of condensation
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Air pressure: 700 hPa to 1060 hPa (10 psi to 15 psi)
Protect from moisture
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4 Start up and shut down
WARNING
Hazard from non-sterile products.
Infection hazard for care provider and patient.
▶ Before first use and after each use, prepare and sterilise the medical
device and accessories accordingly.
WARNING
Disposal of the product in the appropriate manner.
Prior to disposal, the product and accessories must be appropriately pre‐
pared or sterilised if this is necessary.
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CAUTION
Damage from contaminated and moist cooling air.
Contaminated and moist cooling air can cause malfunctions.
▶ Make sure that the supply of cooling air is dry, clean, and uncontami‐
nated according to EN ISO 7494-2.
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4.1 Checking the amount of water
CAUTION
Overheating of the tooth due to insufficient amount of cool‐
ing water.
Insufficient water can cause the medical device to overheat and damage
the pulp and tooth.
▶ Adjust the water amount for the cooling to a minimum of 50 cm3/min!
▶ Check the cooling water channels and clean the water nozzles with
nozzle needle 1.003.8150 according to need.
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4.2 Checking the pressures
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CAUTION
Compressed air connection on devices.
Contaminated and humid compressed air leads to premature wear and
tear.
▶ Ensure that the cooling air is dry, clean and uncontaminated in accord‐
ance with EN ISO 7494-2.
▶ Insert the test gauge (Mat. no. 0.411.8731) between hose and medi‐
cal device and check the following pressures:
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ð Drive pressure, drive pressure recommended, return air pressure,
spray water pressure, and spray air pressure.
See also:
2 3.2 Technical Specifications, Page 20
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5 Operation
Note
At the beginning of each workday, the water-conducting systems should
be rinsed for at least 2 min. without the instrument being attached; if there
is a risk of contamination from reflux or back suction, the system must be
rinsed for 20-30 seconds.
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5.1 Attaching the medical device
WARNING
Release of the medical device during treatment.
A medical device that is not properly locked can release from the hose
during treatment.
▶ Before each use, check if the medical device is securely locked onto
the hose by pulling on it.
▶ Connect the coupling part of the medical device to the hose proceed‐
ing in clockwise direction.
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▶ Pull on it to make sure that the medical device is securely attached to
the hose.
Note
The water quantity can be regulated through the coupling or the treatment
centre.
5.2 Removing the medical device
▶ Disconnect the coupling parts of the medical device to the hose pro‐
ceeding in counterclockwise direction.
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5.3 Inserting the cutter or grinder
Note
Only use burs that correspond to DIN EN ISO 1797-1 type 3, that are
made of steel or hard metal and meet the following criteria:
- Shaft diameter: 1.59 to 1.60 mm (0.0626 in to 0.0629 in)
- Overall length: only long bur with min. 25 mm (0.9842 in)
- Shaft clamping length: min. 11 mm (0.4330 in)
- Cutting diameter: max. 2 mm (0.0787 in)
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CAUTION
Caution on bur
- Do not use standard length or damaged burs as they are very dangerous
to use: they can come out and injure the patient or be swallowed.
- The water stream is designed to be delivered to the tip of a 25 mm bur
only. Do not use standard burs (19 mm) as this risks overheating the cut‐
ting area.
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WARNING
Use of unauthorised cutters or grinders.
Injury to the patient or damage to the medical device.
▶ Observe the instructions for use and use the cutter or grinder properly.
▶ Only use cutters or grinders that do not deviate from the specified da‐
ta.
CAUTION
Injury from using worn drill bits or burs.
Drill bits or burs could fall out during treatment and injure the patient.
▶ Never use drill bits or burs with worn shafts.
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CAUTION
Danger of injury from cutters or grinders.
Infections or cuts.
▶ Wear gloves or fingerstalls.
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CAUTION
Hazard from defective chucking system.
The cutter or grinder could fall out and cause injury.
▶ Pull on the cutter or grinder to check that the chucking system is okay
and the cutter or grinder is securely held. When checking, inserting
and removing, use gloves or a fingerstall to prevent an injury or infec‐
tion.
▶ Forcefully press the push button with your thumb and simultaneously
insert the cutter or grinder all the way.
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▶ Check that the cutter or grinder is seated by pulling on it.
5.4 Removing the cutter or grinder
WARNING
Do not press the push-button while the cutter or grinder is
rotating.
If you press the push-button when the cutter or grinder is rotating, it can
damage the chucking system and cause injury.
▶ Never touch soft tissue with the head or tip since it may be hot and
cause a burn!
▶ After treatment is over, remove the cutter or grinder from the high
speed handpiece since injury and infection may result from put" ting it
away when the cutter or grinder are inserted.
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WARNING
Hazard from rotating cutter or grinder.
Lacerations and damage to the chucking system.
▶ Do not touch rotating cutter or grinder.!
▶ Never press the press-button while the cutter or grinder is rotating!
▶ Remove the cutter or grinder from the contra-angle handpiece after
treatment to avoid injury or infection while storing it.
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▶ After the cutter or grinder has stopped rotating, press the press-but‐
ton with your thumb and simultaneously pull out the drill bit or bur.
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6 Troubleshooting
6.1 Changing O-rings on the MULTIflex (LUX) / MULTIflex
LED coupling
CAUTION
Hazard from improper care of the O-rings.
Malfunctions or complete failure of the medical device.
▶ Do not use Vaseline or other grease or oil.
Note
The O-ring on the coupling may only be lubricated with a cotton ball wet
with KAVO spray.
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▶ Press the O-ring between your fingers to form a loop.
▶ Shove the O-ring to the front, and remove it.
▶ Insert new O-rings into the grooves.
6.2 Cleaning the water nozzle
CAUTION
Hazard from insufficient cooling water.
Overheating of the medical device and damage to the tooth.
▶ Check the water channels and clean the water nozzles with nozzle
needle Mat. no. 0.410.0921 according to need.
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▶ Clean the water passage in the water nozzle by using the nozzle nee‐
dle Mat. no. 0.410.0921.
6 Troubleshooting 43 / 72
7 Reprocessing methods according to ISO 17664
7.1 Preparations at the site of use
WARNING
Hazard from nonsterile products.
There is a risk of infection from contaminated medical devices.
▶ Take suitable personal protective measures.
▶ Remove all residual cement, composite or blood without delay.
▶ Recondition the medical device as soon as possible after treatment.
▶ Remove the cutter or grinder from the medical device.
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▶ The medical device must be dry when transported for reconditioning.
▶ Do not place it in a solution or similar.
7.2 Cleaning
CAUTION
Malfunctions from cleaning in the ultrasonic unit.
Defects in the product.
▶ Only clean manually or in a thermodisinfector.
7.2.1 Manual external cleaning
Accessories required:
▪ Tap water 30 oC ± 5 oC (86 oF ± 10 oF)
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▪ Brush, e.g. medium-hard toothbrush
▶ Brush off under flowing tap water.
7.2.2 Automated external cleaning
KaVo recommends thermodisinfectors in accordance with EN ISO
15883-1, which are operated with alkaline cleaning agents.
▶ For program settings as well as cleansers and disinfectants to be
used, please refer to the Instructions for Use of the thermodisinfector.
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▶ In order to prevent negative effects on the medical device, make sure
that the interior and the exterior of the medical device are dry after
completion of the cycle, and then grease it immediately with servicing
agents from the KaVo care system.
7.2.3 Manual internal cleaning
Can only be done with KaVo CLEANspray or KaVo DRYspray.
▶ Cover the medical device with the KaVo CLEANpac bag, and place it
on the corresponding care adapter. Press the spray button three
times for 2 seconds each time. Remove the medical device from the
spray attachment and let the cleaner work for one minute.
▶ Afterwards, rinse for 3-5 seconds with KaVo DRYspray.
See also:
2 KaVo CLEANspray / KaVo DRYspray Instructions for Use
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Note
KaVo CLEANspray and KaVo DRYspray for manual interior cleaning are
only available in the following countries:
Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Luxem‐
bourg, Belgium, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden, Fin‐
land and Norway.
In other countries interior cleaning can only be carried out with thermodi‐
sinfectors in accordance with EN ISO 15883-1.
7.2.4 Automated internal cleaning
KaVo recommends thermodisinfectors in accordance with EN ISO
15883-1, which are operated with alkaline cleaning agents.
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▶ For program settings as well as cleansers and disinfectants to be
used, please refer to the Instructions for Use of the thermodisinfector.
▶ In order to prevent negative effects on the medical device, make sure
that the interior and the exterior of the medical device are dry after
completion of the cycle, and then grease it immediately with servicing
agents from the KaVo care system.
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7.3 Disinfection
CAUTION
Malfunctioning from using a disinfectant bath or disinfectant
containing chlorine.
Defects in the product.
▶ Only disinfect in a thermodisinfector or manually.
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7.3.1 Manual external disinfection
KaVo recommends the following products based on material compatibility.
▪ Mikrozid AF made by Schülke & Mayr (liquid or cloths)
▪ FD 322 made by Dürr
▪ CaviCide made by Metrex
Consumables required:
▪ Cloths for wiping off the medical device.
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▶ Spray the disinfectant on a cloth, then thoroughly wipe down the
medical device and leave the disinfectant to soak in according to the
instructions from the disinfectant manufacturer.
▶ Follow the instructions for use of the disinfectant.
7.3.2 Manual disinfection - internal
The efficacy of manual internal disinfection must be demonstrated by the
manufacturer of the disinfection agent. With KaVo products, use only disin‐
fection agents that have been released by KaVo with respect to the com‐
patibility of materials (e.g. WL-cid / made by ALPRO).
▶ Follow the instructions for use of the disinfectant.
▶ Immediately after internal disinfection, lubricate the KaVo medical de‐
vice immediately with care agents from the KaVo care system.
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7.3.3 Machine disinfection - external and internal
KaVo recommends thermodisinfectors in accordance with EN ISO
15883-1, which are operated with alkaline cleaning agents.
▶ For program settings as well as cleansers and disinfectants to be
used, please refer to the Instructions for Use of the thermodisinfector.
▶ In order to prevent negative effects on the medical device, make sure
that the interior and the exterior of the medical device are dry after
completion of the cycle, and then grease it immediately with servicing
agents from the KaVo care system.
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7.4 Drying
Manual Drying
▶ Blow off the outside and inside with compressed air until water drops
are no longer visible.
Automatic Drying
The drying procedure is normally part of the cleaning program of the ther‐
modisinfector.
▶ Follow the instructions for use of the thermodisinfector.
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7.5 Care products and systems - Servicing
WARNING
Sharp cutters or grinders in the medical device.
Risk of injury from sharp and/or pointed cutters or grinders.
▶ Remove cutter or grinder.
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CAUTION
Premature wear and malfunctions from improper servicing
and care.
Reduced product life.
▶ Perform regular proper care and maintenance!
Note
KaVo only guarantees that its products will function properly when the
care products are used that are listed as accessories since they were tes‐
ted for proper use on our products.
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7.5.1 Servicing with KaVo Spray
KaVo recommends servicing the product after each time it is used, i.e. after
each automatic cleaning and before each sterilisation.
▶ Remove the cutter or grinder.
▶ Cover the product with the Cleanpac bag.
▶ Plug the product onto the cannula, and press the spray button for one
second.
Chuck care
KaVo recommends cleaning and servicing the chuck system once a week.
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▶ Remove the cutter or grinder, place the INTRA spray nipple tip in the
opening and spray.
▶ Subsequently treat with the specified care agents and systems.
7.5.2 Care with KaVo SPRAYrotor
KaVo recommends servicing the product after each time it is used, i.e. after
each automatic cleaning and before each sterilisation.
▶ Place the product on the appropriate coupling of the KaVo SPRAYro‐
tor and cover it with a Cleanpac bag.
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▶ Servicing the product.
See also:
2 Instructions for use KaVo SPRAYrotor
7.5.3 Servicing with KaVo QUATTROcare PLUS
KaVo recommends servicing the product after each time it is used, i.e. after
each automatic cleaning and before each sterilisation.
▶ Remove the cutter or grinder.
▶ Servicing the product in QUATTROcare PLUS.
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See also:
2 Instructions for Use KaVo QUATTROcare PLUS 2124 A
Servicing of the clamping chuck
KaVo recommends cleaning and servicing the chuck system once a week.
See also:
2 Instructions for Use KaVo QUATTROcare PLUS 2124 A
Note
Handpieces must be taken off the service couplings before the chuck
service can be started and performed.
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▶ Remove the service coupling chuck from the side hatch of the QUAT‐
TROcare PLUS and attach it to coupling service point four, on the far
right. A MULTIflex adaptor must be mounted there.
▶ Press the handpiece together with the guide bush of the chuck to be
serviced against the tip of the service coupling.
▶ Press the button marked with the chuck service symbol.
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Note
Close the chuck service mode.
Option 1: Place the dental handpieces in the QUATTROcare PLUS 2124
A, close the front door and start theservice procedure.
Option 2: After three minutes with no service procedure running, the de‐
vice automatically switches back to normal service mode.
See also:
2 Servicing with KaVo QUATTROcare PLUS
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7.6 Packaging
Note
The sterilisation bag must be large enough for the handpiece so that the
bag is not stretched.
The quality and use of the sterilisation packaging must satisfy applicable
standards and be suitable for the sterilisation procedure!
▶ Individually seal the medical device in the sterilised item packaging.
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7.7 Sterilisation
Sterilisation in a steam steriliser (autoclave) in accordance
with EN 13060 / ISO 17665-1
CAUTION
Premature wear and malfunctions from improper servicing
and care.
Reduced product life.
▶ Before each sterilisation cycle, service the medical device with KaVo
care products.
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CAUTION
Contact corrosion due to moisture.
Damage to product.
▶ Immediately remove the product from the steam steriliser after the
sterilisation cycle!
The KaVo medical device has a maximum temperature resistance up to
138 ℃ (280.4 °F).
Select a suitable procedure (depending on the available autoclave) from
the following sterilisation processes:
▪ Autoclave with three times pre-vacuum:
- at least 3 minutes at 134 °C -1 °C / +4 °C (273 °F -1.6 °F / +7.4 °F)
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▪ Autoclave using the gravity method:
- at least 10 minutes at 134 °C -1 °C / +4 °C (273 °F -1.6 °F / +7.4 °F)
▶ Use according to the manufacturer's Instructions for Use.
7.8 Storage
▶ Reprocessed products should be stored protected from dust with
minimum exposure to germs in a dry, dark and cool space.
▶ Comply with the expiry date of the sterilised items.
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8 Tools
Available from dental suppliers.
Material summary Mat. no.
Spare turbine without wrench 1.011.2518
Wrench 3.000.9816
Instrument stand 2151 0.411.9501
Nozzle needle 0.410.0921
Spray head INTRA
(incl. Midwest adapter)
0.411.9911
Cleanpac 10 units 0.411.9691
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Material summary Mat. no.
Adaptor MULTIflex 1.007.1775
KaVo CLEANspray 2110 P 1.007.0579
KaVo DRYspray 2117 P 1.007.0580
KaVo Spray 2112 A 0.411.9640
ROTAspray 2 2142 A 0.411.7520
QUATTROcare plus Spray 2140 P 1.005.4525
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9 Warranty terms and conditions
The following warranty conditions apply to this KaVo medical device:
KaVo provides the end customer with a warranty of proper function and
guarantees zero defects in respect of material and processing for a period
of 12 months from the date of the invoice, subject to the following condi‐
tions:
In case of justified complaints, KaVo will honour its warranty with a free re‐
placement or repair. Other claims of any nature whatsoever, in particular
with respect to compensation, are excluded. In the event of default, gross
negligence or intent, this shall only apply in the absence of mandatory legal
regulations to the contrary.
KaVo shall not be liable for defects and their consequences that have aris‐
en or may arise from natural wear, improper handling, cleaning or mainte‐
nance, non-compliance with operating, maintenance or connection instruc‐
tions, calcination or corrosion, contaminated air or water supplies or chemi‐
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cal or electrical factors deemed abnormal or impermissible in accordance
with KaVo's instructions for use or other manufacturer's instructions. The
warranty granted does not usually extend to lamps, optical fibres made of
glass and glass fibres, glassware, rubber parts, and the colourfastness of
plastic parts.
All liability is excluded if defects or their consequences originate from ma‐
nipulations or changes to the product made by the customer or a third party
that is not authorised by KaVo.
Warranty claims will only be accepted if the product is submitted along with
proof of purchase in the form of a copy of the invoice or note of delivery.
The dealer, purchase date, type, and serial number must be clearly evident
from this document.
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  2. Cross-platform - no compromised when reading your document. We support most of modern browers without the need of installing any of external plugins. If your device can oper a browser - then you can read any document on it
  3. Simple uploading - no need to register. Just enter your email, title of document and select the file, we do the rest. Once the document is ready for you, you will receive automatic email from us.

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