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CUSTOMER: REFERENCE: 8668 Washer/Disinfector PRODUCT SPECIFICATION PRODUCT The Getinge 8668 are fully automatic, microprocessor controlled mechanical washers. The 8668 effectively clean, thermal disinfect
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CUSTOMER: REFERENCE: 8668 Washer/Disinfector PRODUCT SPECIFICATION PRODUCT The Getinge 8668 are fully automatic, microprocessor controlled mechanical washers. The 8668 effectively clean, thermal disinfect and dry, moisture and temperature stable utensils, surgical instruments, anesthesia materials, and glassware prior to any necessary sterilization. Processing cycles are preprogrammed with recommended treatment parameters for pre-washing, cleaning, rinsing, thermal disinfection, optional lubrication and drying. Six standard programs are fully programmable by an authorized operator. All models feature vertical sliding door(s) that move down to open and up to close. Power operated doors, automatic loading, automatic unloading and rack return modules are optional. A fully automated Air Glide Shuttle automation system is also a feature of the APPLICATION For use in healthcare facilities and laboratories where reusable items such as instruments, utensils, anesthesia sets, and glassware are handled for decontamination purposes. The Getinge 8668 will reduce or eliminate sonic cleaning, manual washing and handling risk with its intensive cleaning and thermal disinfection process. The Getinge 8668 is available as a freestanding or recessed single vertical door model; or as a double vertical door model for pass-through operation. Thermal disinfection parameters: exposure of materials to minimum 194 F (90 C) moist heat for one minute, and up to 203 F (95 C) for ten minutes. This product is not a substitute for sterilization. Critical items, such as invasive surgical instruments, must be further processed by terminal sterilization before use in any procedure. DIMENSIONS Exterior: Wash Chamber: 44''W x 73-3/4'' H x 39''D (1118 x 1870 x 990 mm) 26''W x 26''H x 31.5''D (660 x 660 x 800 mm) EQUIPMENT SELECTIONS Models and Installation Manual Single-Door Model Freestanding w/base Trim Plates Recessed One Wall w/base Trim Plates Manual Double-Door Model One Wall Recessed w/base Trim Plates Power Single-Door Model Freestanding w/base Trim Plates Recessed One Wall w/base Trim Plates Power Double-Door Model Recessed One Wall w/base Trim Plates Power Double-Door Model prepared for Automation Recessed One Wall w/base Trim Plates EQUIPMENT OPTIONS Drying Package Vented to Dedicated Building Exhaust Vented to Room Space in Lieu of Building Exhaust Heating Source Steam Coil Sump Heater Electric Coil Sump Heater Special Rinse Purified Water Valve Standard Optional Low Pressure Booster Pump Special Final Rinse Tank Electric Heated Final Rinse Booster Tank (Note: Increases total circuit amps) Water Supply Connections (HW, CW and RO water) Standard Side-Mounted Connections Optional Top-Mounted Connections Cycle Printer Cycle Printer Mounted on Load Side Only Cycle Printer Mounted on Clean Side Only Chemical Dosing Pumps Standard w/ 3 Dosing Pumps Add Optional 4th Dosing Pump Steam Coil Condensate Condensate Returned to Steam Boiler Condensate Cooling Kit for Drain Discharge Electric Heated Pass-Thru Opening Trim Strips Trim 1-Side of Barrier Wall Only Trim Both Sides of Barrier Wall Freestanding Single-Door Machine Earthquake Zone Seismic Anchorage Kit No Seismic Anchors Required ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS Steam Heated Washer, With Drying 208V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 3 x 30A 240V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 3 x 25A With Electric Heated Final Rinse Booster Tank 208V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 3 x 35A 240V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 3 x 30A Electric Heated Washer, With Drying 208V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 3 x 60A 240V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 3 x 60A With Electric Heated Final Rinse Booster Tank 208V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 3 x 60A 240V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 3 x 60A SELECTED ACCESSORIES Manual Transfer/Load Trolley for All Wash Carts Stationary Hold/Transfer Table 5-Level Wash Cart with Removable Shelves and Spray Arms 4-Level Wash Cart with Removable Shelves and Spray Arms 3-Level Wash Cart with Removable Shelves and Spray Arms 2-Level Wash Cart with Removable Shelves and Spray Arms Rigid MIS Insert Rack for 4-Level Wash Cart Rigid MIS Wash Cart with Removable Shelves & Spray Arm Automated Wash Cart Loading Station Automated Wash Cart Unloading Station (See Accessories Brochure for details on other available material handling and processing accessories not listed above, including glassware.) QUALITY STATEMENT Confidence in the Getinge Group is the most important quality criterion. This must be the hallmark of all our external and internal commitments, activities and products. Products and services supplied by Getinge must conform to the agreed terms and expectations to ensure recommendations for further business. The achievement of these quality goals is the basis for a continued competitive and successful enterprise. STANDARDS AND CODES ETL Listed: Conforms to: UL 61010A-1: 2002 and IEC : 2000 Certified to: CAN/CSA-C22.2 No : 1992 EN ISO and EN ISO Seismic Anchorage per CBC: 2001 STANDARD DESIGN FEATURES Stainless steel vertical sliding door(s) features a large tempered glass window. Standard light in the chamber allows operators to view chamber contents with door closed. All surfaces remain cool to touch during a cycle. Vertical door(s) slides down to open, eliminating the hazard of a falling counterbalanced door. Doors can be specified as either manual or power operated, and either single door or double door for pass-through operations. Controls automatically halt movement of power doors if an obstacle is encountered when closing. Both manual and power double-door units feature door interlock control to provide an effective barrier against cross-contamination. The opening of doors is sequenced by the controller to prevent both from being opened simultaneously. Both doors are locked during a cycle and remain locked in the event of a power loss. All exterior panels are 304 stainless steel construction, with a #4 polished finish. Double-wall, thermal and noise insulated construction of the cabinet minimizes heat loss, while operating at a very quiet dba. The wash chamber is constructed of quality, low carbon, 16 gauge, 316L stainless steel for increased resistance to the corrosive effect of water, contaminated materials and treatment chemicals. Removable debris screen, water manifolds, spray arms and all recirculation piping are type 316L stainless steel. 2.3 horsepower wash pump recirculates solutions to the rotary spray arms or direct injection nozzles at a rate of 185 gallons per minute (700 liters/minute). This high-volume, low-pressure modality produces effective cleaning mechanics, without the need for a separate gentle cycle. Rotary spray arms fixed at the top and bottom of the chamber, with each washing cart equipped with rotary spray arms between each load shelf, allow solutions to reach all surfaces to be cleaned. Multiple level wash carts maximize chamber utilization for dedicated loads or mixed loads. The 5-level wash cart can accommodate 10 large instrument trays, 20 medium size trays or 40 half-size trays, per load. The 4-level wash cart will accommodate 8 large instrument trays, 16 medium size trays or 32 half size trays. Manifold connection to waterways and airways is automatic. Heating process solutions in the sump tank is achieved by a closed steam coil or by two electric elements. The more efficient steam coil has a heat transfer of 19.8 F per minute (11 C / minute). The 18 kw electric coils have a heat transfer of 9.9 F per minute (5.5 C / minute). The capacity of the sump tank is gallons (40 liters). All solutions heated over 140 F (60 C) are automatically cooled with cold water prior to discharge into the building waste system. Three (3) peristaltic pumps are provided standard to be used to automatically inject programmed amounts of chemical additive directly into the sump tank during processing. Typical chemicals are enzymes for pre-washing, alkaline detergent for cleaning and lubricant for hinged instruments delivered in the final rinse. Delivery system includes suction wands and level sensors. Detergent compartment will accommodate three 1-gallon containers. When low chemical is detected, an alarm message is displayed to the operator and the controller will not allow the next cycle to start until the chemical is re-filled or replaced. Integral drying package features two high-velocity brushless fans, a heat exchanger, PTC electric heaters and a HEPA filter. Fresh air is taken from the clean side and pulled through the heat exchanger and forced through the HEPA filter and across the PTC electric heaters before being circulated over the load. Heated chamber air exits the machine through the heat exchanger, which raises the temperature of the incoming cold air, improving efficiency of the dryer. A pressure differential switch is used to monitor effective flow of air through the HEPA filter. Drying temperature is factory set at 230 F (110 C) and is adjustable from 176 F to 248 F (80 C to 120 C). Drying time is factory set for 10-minutes and adjustable from 1 to 60 minutes. A cold water condensing mist eliminator cools hot vapors from the drying treatment before exiting the exhaust vents at the top of the machine. Moisture in the exhaust air is collapsed and the water is sent directly to drain. Exhaust temperature is reduced to approximately 120 F (50 C) with a relative humidity of 40% after two minutes. It is recommended that this exhaust be carried off using a hooded vent to a building exhaust with CFM. However, the unit may be installed non-vented, allowing the exhaust to return to the room. Page 2 of 16 OPTIONAL DESIGN FEATURES Two-Door Power Model for Automation Model 8668 specified with pass-through power doors for automation, to be used with a combination of automatic loading, auto rack identification, auto cycle start, and/or automated unloading. Specify manual load/auto unload or both automated load and unload. When specified, the unit comes equipped with controls, plus air and communications cable to be connected to a load module, unload module, or both. When specified, the load and unload stations can be ordered and installed at a later date. Order load and unload modules separately. Heated Final Rinse Booster Tank Model 8668 can be equipped with an optional booster tank for pre-heating building hot water or purified water, for use in all final rinse/thermal disinfection phases. Option includes a sealed stainless steel tank with water inlet and outlet controls, electric heating coil, and temperature control integrated with the control program. Tank automatically fills and starts heating to program set point when unit is powered-up. Pre-heated water is drained into the sump when cycle reaches final rinse. Fresh final rinse water immediately refills the booster tank. Electric coil is energized to pre-heat final rinse water for use in the next cycle. Booster tank is mounted in the drying cabinet above the chamber and does not increase the size of the standard machine cabinet. Booster tank is self-disinfecting due to elevated temperature of water. This option can reduce total cycle run time by 5 8 minutes, depending on the temperature of the incoming rinse water. Integral Cycle Printer Model 8668 ordered fitted with an integral printer which is mounted above the control panel, to provide hard copy record of cycle phase performance. It is the customer s option to specify printer to be mounted on the soiled-load side or cleanunload side. Top Utility Connections The Getinge 8668 can be specified with top panel connections for building cold water, hot water and purified water when these utilities are in the ceiling. Standard supply system provides side mounted valves for connection of either floor based or ceiling based utilities. Both connection systems fill the chamber sump through the side of the chamber, providing an air gap of 11-inches. Backflow preventors are not required. CYCLE CONTROLS The Getinge PACS300 system provides operators with advanced control of key processing functions. Six processing cycles have been preprogrammed and are selected directly from the operator interface panel as keys P1 through P6. These standard cycles provide the following factory set processing treatments. CW Pre- Enzyme Detergent HW HW RO Final Drying Rinse Wash Wash Rinse-1 Rinse-2 Rinse P1 Instrm/Long 1 Min. 3 Min. 3 Min. 1 Min. 1 Min. 1 Min. 10 Min. P2 Instrm/Short 1 Min. OFF 3 Min. 1 Min. OFF 1 Min. 10 Min. P3 Utensils OFF OFF 3 Min. 1 Min. OFF 1 Min. 10 Min. P4 Orthopedic 1 Min. 3 Min. 3 Min. 1 Min. 1 Min. 1 Min. 12 Min. P5 MIS 2 Min. 3 Min. 3 Min. 1 Min. 1 Min. 1 Min. 12 Min. P6 Anesthesia 2 Min. 3 Min. OFF 1 Min. 2 Min. 2 Min. 20 Min. All parameters of active cycles are protected by authorization codes. Once the proper authorization code has been entered, the process time and solution temperature can be adjusted to meet individual needs. The volume of chemical injected for the enzyme treatment, detergent wash and instrument lubricant are also adjustable. The PACS300 monitors the entire cycle during progression and can display active data such as current phase, temperature of goods in the chamber and remaining time. When equipped with a printer option, the printout will include the machine ID, the date, the program selected, all program set points, plus cycle performance of each phase, including independent temperature, start time and end time. The PACS300 control panel will also display operator messages such as ADD DETERGENT and diagnostic messages known as fault codes. The 8668 is equipped with three chemical dosing systems that include a dosing pump, suction line and level sensor. When the level sensor drops to its lowest point, the message Add Detergent 1, 2 or 3 is displayed. A new cycle cannot be started until the chemical container identified has been re-filled or replaced. The alarm is reset automatically when the level sensor is satisfied. Fault codes indicate a serious condition that requires the attention of an authorized service technician. OPERATION Advisory Note: Getinge 8668 Washer/Disinfectors perform a critical cleaning and microbial reduction step in the processing of soiled reusable medical devices. Medical devices that will be used in sterile areas of the human body or will be contacting compromised tissues, must be terminally sterilized before each subsequent use in a human patient. Standby The Getinge 8668 is normally left powered-on at all times. The controller will go into a sleep mode after 30 minutes of inactivity. Touching any selection switch will automatically awaken the control panel. Loads Arrange trays of instruments directly onto shelves of the 2, 3, 4 or 5-level wash carts, or arrange utensils on racks and place racks on properly spaced shelves. Use proper injection carts and racks for lumen instruments and glassware. Once the washing cart is loaded, it is transferred to the washer using a transport trolley. The soiled side door of the Getinge 8668 is open, ready to receive a new load. Align the trolley and push the loaded wash cart completely into the chamber. Make certain the wash cart is completely inside the chamber. Closing a Manual Door Following insertion of the load, grasp the handle of the manually operated door, lift and guide the door to its closed position. The manual door will automatically seal when the cycle is started. Closing a Power Door No action is required to close a power door. The door will automatically rise to close and seal against the gasket when a cycle is started. Starting the Cycle Select desired cycle from P1-P6 and press the start button. The door will automatically seal against the chamber gasket. The yellow processing lamp will alternate on and off for 10 seconds before the cycle actually starts. The cycle can be aborted and a different cycle selected during this time by pressing the start button while the lamp is flashing. Once the yellow process lamp glows steady, the cycle is locked in and will start. Page 3 of 16 CYCLE DESCRIPTION Once the treatment cycle has been started, it will automatically progress through its specific phases as preprogrammed or as adjusted. The following is an example of the factory set P1 cycle for heavily soiled instruments: Pre-Wash Building supplied cold water fills the sump tank. Cold water is recirculated through all spray arms under pump pressure for a factory set time of 1-minute (adjustable from 15 seconds to 10 minutes), to hydrate dried soils. Upon completion of treatment, the solution is pumped to drain. Enzyme Wash Building supplied hot water fills the sump tank and is recirculated over the load for a factory set time of 3 minutes (adjustable from 15 seconds to 15 minutes). A predetermined amount of enzymatic detergent is automatically added to the sump as the solution is recirculated and heated to a factory set temperature of 120 F (49 C). Wash temperature is adjustable from 104 F to 198 F (40 C to 92 C). Upon completion of timed phase, the solution is pumped to drain. Detergent Wash Building supplied hot water fills the sump tank and is recirculated over the load for a factory set time of 3 minutes (adjustable from 15 seconds to 15 minutes). A predetermined amount of main wash detergent is automatically added to the sump as the solution is recirculated and maintained at a factory set temperature of 150 F (65 C). Wash temperature is adjustable from 104 F to 198 F (40 C to 92 C). Upon completion of timed phase, the solution is pumped to drain. Cold water is automatically added to the discharge solution to reduce the effluent temperature to 140 F (60 C) or lower. Rinse-1 Building supplied hot water fills the sump tank and is recirculated over the load for a factory set time of 1-minute to dilute and remove wash residues. Rinse time is adjustable from 15-seconds to 10 minutes. Upon completion of time the solution is pumped to drain. Rinse-2 Building supplied hot water fills the sump tank and is recirculated over the load for a factory set time of 1-minute to further remove residuals. Rinse time is adjustable from 15-seconds to 10 minutes. Upon completion of time the solution is pumped to drain. Thermal Disinfection Final Rinse Purified water fills the sump from the final rinse booster tank or directly from a treatment system such as RO or DI. When purified water is not available, the sump is filled with potable building hot water. Once the sump is full, water is recirculated over the load as the steam coil increases the water temperature. A measured amount of instrument lubricant is automatically added to the water at 158 F (70 C). Once the disinfection temperature of 194 F (90 C) is achieved, the temperature will be maintained for the factory set exposure time of 1-minute. Exposure temperature is adjustable from 180 F to 203 F (82 C to 95 C) with adjustable exposure time of 1 to 32 minutes. HEPA-Filtered Drying Fresh air is taken from the clean side and pulled through a heat exchanger by brushless fan motors, forced through a HEPA filter and across the PTC electric heaters before being circulated over the load. Heated chamber air exits the machine through the heat exchanger, which helps warm the incoming cold air, improving efficiency of the dryer. Pressure differential switch is used to monitor effective flow of air through the HEPA filter. Drying temperature is factory set at 230 F (110 C) and is adjustable from 176 F to 248 F (80 C to 120 C). Drying time is factory set for 10-minutes and adjustable from 1 to 60 minutes. OPTIONAL TREATMENTS Enzyme Treatment Dispensing pump and cycle phase can be programmed to spray the load with a mixture of enzymatic detergent and warm water for a selected time interval, to facilitate the breakdown of protein soils. Alkaline/Acid Wash Optional dispensing pump and cycle phase can be added to provide a second wash of neutralizing detergent where alkaline/acid cleaning is appropriate. Instrument Lubricant Dispensing pump can be programmed to inject a controlled amount of liquid lubricant into the final rinse of selected cycles. Purified Water Rinse RO, DM
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