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Isovac Cleaning & Maintenance

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How to Clean and Maintain Your Isovac Dental Isolation Adapter

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Isovac Cleaning & Maintenance

  1. 1. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 HOW TO CLEAN AND MAINTAIN YOUR DENTAL ISOLATION ADAPTER
  2. 2. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 2 Step One: Disassembly
  3. 3. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 3 After Each Patient, Remove the Mouthpiece from the Control Head and Safely Dispose of It. Re-use of the mouthpiece can result in the transmission of infectious pathogens SINGLE-USE MEANS SAFE. Mouthpieces are single-use only to eliminate the risk of patient cross contamination.
  4. 4. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 4 Remove the Control Head from the HVE Coupler Grasp the HVE Coupler and pull the Control Head straight off. DO NOT BEND
  5. 5. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 5 Cap the End of the HVE Hose with the Suction Line Plug Suction Line Plug
  6. 6. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 6 Remove the Vacuum Levers from the Control Head Remove the Vacuum Levers by rotating the levers to the off position. Keep pushing gently until each lever pops out.
  7. 7. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 7 Separate the Upper and Lower Halves of the Control Head Pull the two halves apart from the Vacuum Lever retainer rings.
  8. 8. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 8 Your Adapter Is Now Properly Disassembled Control Head Upper Right Vacuum Lever Control Head Lower Left Vacuum Lever
  9. 9. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 9 Step Two: Cleaning
  10. 10. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 10 Three Control Heads Are Provided So One Is Always Ready When You Need It One on the chair, one in the autoclave, and one ready for your next patient.
  11. 11. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 11 Vacuum Channels Double End Tube Brush Clean the Suction Channels Using the provided Double End Tube Brush and a neutral pH (6.5-7.5) enzymatic cleaning solution, remove biomatter and debris from the suction channels. After cleaning, rinse with tap water and dry.
  12. 12. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 12 Step Three: Sterilization
  13. 13. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 13 Follow the sterilization recommendations provided in the Instructions for Use Before Use on a Patient, Sterilize All Components
  14. 14. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 14 Before Use on a Patient, Sterilize All Components Place components into an autoclave pouch and sterilize in a steam autoclave using these validated sterilization cycles. Cycle Temperature Min. Exposure Time Min. Drying Time Standard 132 °C / 270 °F 15 min 15 min Prevacuum 132 °C / 270 °F 4 min 20 min Prevacuum 134 °C / 273 °F 3 min 20 min
  15. 15. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 15 Step Four: Lubrication and Reassembly
  16. 16. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 16 Inspect the Vacuum Lever O-rings for Damage If the O-rings shows signs of cracking, breakage, or crusty build-up that can not be completely cleaned with a wet cotton swab, the O-ring will need to be removed and replaced. If properly maintained and lubricated, the O-ring can last for many months or years.
  17. 17. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 17 If Necessary, Remove the O-ring from the Vacuum Levers Using a probe with a point, pinch and slide the O-ring to one side to create a small loop. Slide the O-ring off. Insert the probe point under the O-ring.
  18. 18. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 18 Replace the O-ring on the Vacuum Levers Roll the O-ring onto the end of the Vacuum Lever valve barrel and into the groove. O-rings in place.
  19. 19. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 19 Lubricate the Vacuum Lever O-rings Coat the O-ring by applying a small amount of the Dow 111 O-ring Lubricant provided in the O-ring Maintenance Kit. THE VACUUM LEVER O-RINGS REQUIRE REGULAR LUBRICATION TO OPERATE AT PEAK EFFICIENCY.
  20. 20. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 20 Reattach the Upper and Lower Halves of the Control Head Push the two halves together.
  21. 21. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 21 Reattach the Vacuum Levers Right Vacuum Lever Left Vacuum Lever Check the inside of the Vacuum Lever for L (Left) or R (Right) placement. Push each Vacuum Lever into the corresponding Vacuum Lever retainer ring.
  22. 22. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 22 Reattach the Control Head Directly onto the HVE Coupler Grasp the HVE Coupler and push the Control Head straight down. Press firmly in place.
  23. 23. © 2017 Isolite® Systems. All rights reserved. Last Revised: 03/02/2017 23 THANK YOU. PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR NEED ANY ADDITIONAL SUPPORT.

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