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Instructions for use Washer disinfector INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE Washer disinfector Getinge 8666/8668 Mfg. no. SEV Washer disinfector Instructions for use Contents Safety regulations 3
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Instructions for use Washer disinfector INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE Washer disinfector Getinge 8666/8668 Mfg. no. SEV Washer disinfector Instructions for use Contents Safety regulations 3 Important 3 Product liability 3 Symbols on the machine 4 Attention symbols 4 General 5 Programmer 6 Door function 6 Manually-operated door 7 Automatically-operated door 7 Dosing system 7 Operating instructions 8 Fault indications 9 A red lamp lights up 9 Handling alarm 9 Fault codes 10 Acknowledgement of fault code 11 Inspection 12 Daily 12 If necessary 12 Washing chamber 12 The outside 12 Printing out a program 13 Hospital A0 600 (90 C - 1 min) 14 LAB 14 Hospital USA A0 600 (90 C - 1 min) 15 Detergent 16 Getinge detergent for mechanical washing of: 16 Acidic detergents and neutralizing agents 16 Lubricants and rinse aids 16 Flusher detergents 16 2 Instructions for use Washer disinfector Safety regulations This machine is designed with a number of built-in safety devices. To avoid injury, it is very important that these safety devices are not bypassed and thus disabled. The equipment must be used in accordance with the safety instructions below. If in doubt, contact a representative of the reseller without delay. Important Read the instructions thoroughly before use The equipment must only be used by personnel who know about it and are trained to use it. Personnel must also receive regular training on this equipment. take care when handling the chemical agent used in the machine. Read the details on the container or contact the manufacturer: - if agent comes into contact with the operator s eyes or skin or if the vapours are breathed in, etc. - about storing the agent and disposing of empty containers. Take care, because the machine uses hot water and possibly steam. Installation and service work must be done by personnel trained for this machine. Never bypass the door switch of the machine. Leakage in the system, due to a worn door seal for example, must be repaired without delay. The electric power is cut off before the machine cabinet is opened. (The machine cabinet contains electrical components). Make sure that there is always detergent in the bottles. This is important both for the operation of the machine and for keeping the washing chamber free from discolorations. The machine must be kept clean if it is to work properly. Do not wash down or hose down the machine with water. Product liability Modifications to the equipment made without the approval of the manufacturer, or incorrect use, invalidate the manufacturer s product liability. 3 Washer disinfector Instructions for use Symbols on the machine Warning, see instructions for use. Warning, hot surface. Attention symbols Some of the warnings, instructions and advice in this manual are so important that we used the following special symbols to draw attention to them. The symbols used are as follows: This symbol indicates a warning in the text of the manual. The nature of what the warning relates to is such that it may result in more or less severe injury and in certain cases mortal danger. It also highlights warnings to avoid damage to equipment. 4 Instructions for use General Washer disinfector The machine is a fully-automatic washer disinfector for cleaning and disinfecting goods in hospitals, laboratories and the pharmaceutical industry. The machine has two washing vanes and two dockings and can be equipped with several different accessories for different cleaning requirements. These accessories are presented in a special accessories catalogue. There are several possible ways of installing and equipping the machine depending on its field of application: Heating by electricity or steam. Connection of distilled or de-ionised water. Electrically-heated booster tank for the water for the final rinse. Single or double door. Extra dosing pumps which allow chemical disinfection of heat-sensitive goods. Infeeder/outfeeder Automatic program selection (basket indication) Audible signal on process complete, fault code, etc. The Decomat 8666 has been tested and approved in accordance with SPRI and BGA recommendations. V1454 5 Washer disinfector Programmer Instructions for use The machine has an electronic controller which can hold up to programs. Six of these programs can be chosen with the program selection buttons. To choose other programs, press S. The display now shows SELECT CYCLE. Press S again and choose a program with H and J. The machine comes with a number of standard programs in the programmer (see the separate program sheet). Contact the manufacturer for customised programs. Programming may only be done by authorised personne Door function The Decomat A 8666 can be fitted with a single door or double doors. All doors are of the vertical sliding type. The doors can be motorised for automatic opening and closing. The doors have efficient anti-crush protection. Machines with double doors have a system of interlocks to ensure that only one door can be opened at a time. This means that the clean-side door must be closed and locked by pressing the W button before the soiled-side door can be opened. When V is pressed, the door is locked and a yellow lamp flashes (process running) for about 10 seconds. If V is pressed again during this cancel time, the soiled-side door is unlocked and the door can be opened manually or alternatively it opens automatically. In standby mode the door can be opened and closed by pressing U 5 sec. Clean side Soiled side V398 6 Instructions for use Washer disinfector Manually-operated door When the door is closed manually and V is pressed, the door is clocked automatically, the yellow lamp flashes and the program starts. When the program is complete, a green lamp lights up on both sides (if there are double doors) and the clean-side door is unlocked. When the door has been opened manually, the green lamp goes out. With double doors, the clean-side door must be closed and locked by pressing the W button before the soiledside door can be unlocked. Automatically-operated door When V is pressed, the door is locked, the yellow lamp flashes and the program starts. When the program is complete, a green lamp lights up on both sides (if there are double doors) and the clean-side door opens automatically. When the door is fully open the green lamp goes out on both sides. With double doors, the cleanside door must be closed and locked by pressing the W button before the soiled-side door opens automatically. Dosing system In standard form, the machine has two different dosing systems. One is for alkaline detergent and one is for rinse-aid or acid detergent. The dosing amount can be set individually for each program. Dosing pumps Empty container alarm Holder for detergent/ rinse-aid V1447 The machine cannot be started until detergent has been dispensed. If the detergent holder is empty ADD DETERGENT appears on the display. A third and a fourth dosing system for heat-sensitive goods or instrument milk, for example, can be installed. 7 Washer disinfector Instructions for use Operating instructions Program number P01 OP-SHORT-D 47.0 C Before starting: Chosen program While running: Program phase (eg Rinsing ) Programming buttons (see Service instructions ) Program selection buttons Yellow: Process running Green: Process complete Red: Fault code Resets alarm Start wash program V1363 Load the goods to be washed on to the trolley and run the trolley into the machine. Example showing how to load the trolley are shown on the goods positioning plate. Make sure that the washer arms can rotate freely without touching the goods. Close the door. Choose a program in one of the following ways: - by pressing one of the program selection buttons by pressing S. The display now shows SELECT CYCLE. Press S again and choose a program with H and J. You can see the machine programs on the separate program sheet. Press V. While the program is running, a yellow lamp at M is lit and the program phase (eg Rinse ) is shown on the display. Press S to see the current temperature and press S again for the remaining time. When the program is complete, a green lamp lights up at N and the door is unlocked (with double doors, the clean-side door). If the goods have not cooled down after a process, be sure to handle them with care, to avoid burns. Empty the machine (and if the machine has double doors, close the clean-side door). - For a machine with automatic door: Press W to close and lock the cleanside door. - For a machine with manual door: First close the door, then press W to lock the clean-side door. If the same program is to be used again, there is no need to select the program again. Simply press Vonce. When V is pressed, a yellow lamp flashes for 10 seconds. During this time, the program can be aborted by pressing Vigen. Note: The display switches to rest mode after 30 minutes and returns automatically when a program is started or selected. 8 Instructions for use Washer disinfector Fault indications Fill detergent 1 Fault message or fault code Red lamp: Fault code A red lamp lights up If the red lamp at O lights up, the process has stopped because of a process fault. Call service personnel. Handling alarm V1363 Add detergent 1 Operation message appear on the display in plain text. The machine cannot be started until the fault has been put right. Add detergent 1 Add detergent 2 Add detergent 3 (Option) Add detergent 4 (Option) Empty container alarm 3. If detergent 3 is finished, an operation code is generated. The alarm is reset automatically when detergent is added. Empty container alarm 3. If detergent 3 is finished, an operation code is generated. The alarm is reset automatically when detergent is added. Empty container alarm 3. If detergent 3 is finished, an operation code is generated. The alarm is reset automatically when detergent is added. Empty container alarm 3. If detergent 3 is finished, an operation code is generated. The alarm is reset automatically when detergent is added. Note: 7When the operation message Add detergent 1-4 appears, there is always enough detergent for one run. 9 Washer disinfector Instructions for use Fault codes F01 Fault codes indicate that a serious fault has occurred in the washing process. The fault must be put right by an authorised service technician. The following fault codes may occur: Fault code F00 F01 F02 F03 F04 F05 F06 F07 F08 F09 F10 F11 F12 F15 F16 F19 F20 F21 Description of fault Power failure Motor cutout has tripped. Water filling takes more than 10 minutes. Draining takes longer than 5 minutes or there is water remaining in the washing chamber at the end of the draining phase. Water leakage in the drying unit. Soiled-side door does not lock within 10 seconds of program start or the door is opened while a program is running. Soiled-side door does not unlock within 10 seconds of the end of aprogram. Soiled-side door does not close within 20 seconds of program start or the door is opened while a program is running. Soiled-side door does not open within 20 seconds of the end of a program. Soiled-side door does not lock within 10 seconds of program start or the door is opened while a program is running. Soiled-side door does not unlock within 10 seconds of the end of a program. Soiled-side door does not close within 20 seconds of program start or the door is opened while a program is running. Soiled-side door does not open within 20 seconds of the end of a program. Not enough detergent 1 dosed. Not enough detergent 2 dosed. Not enough detergent 3 dosed. Not enough detergent 4 dosed. Slow filling of booster tank. 10 Instructions for use Washer disinfector Fault code F23 F24 F25 F26 F27 F28 F29 F30 F31 F32 F33 F34 F35 Description of fault High conductivity. Low pressure in drying unit. High pressure in drying unit. Low pressure from circulation pump. High pressure from circulation pump. Low temperature in drying unit. Incorrect temperature in booster tank. Incorrect temperature in washing chamber. Incorrect temperature in washing chamber. Incorrect temperature in drying unit. Incorrect temperature in washing chamber. Incorrect temperature in washing chamber. Incorrect temperature in booster tank. Acknowledgement of fault code Acknowledge the fault code by: pressing U. The alarm signal stops. The machine is still locked but the current process has been aborted. correct the fault or open the door to gain access to the goods. Pressing V drains liquid from machine and the soiled side door goes down. NOTE: The goods in the machine are not clean. Start a new process. 11 Washer disinfector Instructions for use Inspection Spray wing Coarse strainer V773 Daily Check that there are no objects in the bottom of the washing chamber. Check that the washing arms can rotate freely. Check that the holes in the washing arms are not blocked. If the arms need cleaning, remove them by unscrewing the central nut. Check that the arms can rotate freely when re-installed. Remove and clean the strainer in the bottom of the washing chamber. Open the detergent door and check that there is detergent/rinse-aid in the containers. Check that the trolley docks properly with the water connections. If necessary Washing chamber Keep the washing chamber free of limescale deposits. Remove any remaining deposits as follows: Open the door and does 200 ml Lime-Away descaler (sold by Henkel) or NEODISHER BU (sold by Dr. Weigert) into the wash chamber. Close the door and run the descaling program. NOTE: Do not have any goods in the machine with this program. It is only for descaling the machine and insert. The outside The front and side walls can be cleaned and disinfected with an alcohol-based cleaning agent, medical spirit or an ordinary cleaner. the control panel is cleaned in the same way. Remove stains with an ordinary stainless steel cleaner. 12 Instructions for use Washer disinfector Printing out a program An example of a program printout is shown below. In the example the program P02 OP-D, programmed on program selection button 2 is used. PROGRAM:P2 OP-D DATE:13/04/2004 PROCESS START:13:44:46 MACHINE NAME:S-8666 MACHINE NO:1 CYCLE COUNTER:1 PARAMETER WASH DOS TEMP 35.0C WASH DOS 1 00:01:00 WASH TEMP. 60.0C WASH TIME 00:03:00 FINAL R DOS TEMP 80.0C FINAL R DOS 3 00:00:21 DISINF TIME 00:01:00 DISINF TEMP 90.0C DRYING TEMP9 0.0C DRYING TIME 00:18:00 SIGNALS A107 PROGTIME TEMP INDEP. CHAMB A107 PH1-START 00:00: PH2-DRAINING 10 s 00:00: PH220-PRE RINSE CW 00:00: PH20-DRAINING 40 s 00:02: PH25-WASHING 00:03: :05: DOS START PH20-DRAINING 40 s 00:14: PH330-RINSE 1 00:15: PH20-DRAINING 40 s 00:17: PH360-RINSE 2 00:18: PH20-DRAINING 40 s 00:20: PH440-FINAL RINSE 00:22: :27: DOS.START 00:28: DOS.STOP 00:30: PH450-DISINFECTION 00:30: :31: PH20-DRAINING 40 s 00:31: PH900-DRYING 00:32: :51: PH1000-ENDING 00:52: SIGNATURE:... 00:06: DOS.STOP 00:11: :12: :13: :14: Washer disinfector Instructions for use Program groups are described below. See the attached program sheet for more information about programs for this machine Hospital A (90 C - 1 min) This program sheet applies to , -14. Programs Program selection button/ Type of goods Program number INST./POLY 1 Instruments, circulation goods INST./POLY (ENZ) 2 Instruments, circulation goods AN/MIS 3 Anaesthesia tubing, mic-instruments DRYING P10 * Drying. DESCALING P11 * Descaling of chamber, inserts washer arms and washer vanes. Dose 200 ml Lime-Away descaler (sold by Henkel) or NEO- DISHER BU (sold by Dr. Weigert) into the wash chamber. NOTE: Do not have any goods in the machine with this program. It is only for descaling the machine. * For choosing this program, see page 8. LAB This program sheet applies to Programs Program selection button/ Type of goods Program number LAB-SHORT-D 1 Slightly dirty labgoods LAB-D 2 Labgoods TEST TUBES-D 3 Test tubes LONG-LAB-D 4 Very dirty labgoods PIPETTES 5 Pipettes LAB-SHORT P7 * Slightly dirty labgoods. Without drying. LAB P8 * Labgoods. Without drying. TEST TUBES P9 * Test tubes. Without drying. DRYING P10 * Drying. DESCALING P11 * Descaling of chamber, inserts washer arms and washer vanes. Dose 200 ml Lime-Away descaler (sold by Henkel) or NEO- DISHER BU (sold by Dr. Weigert) into the wash chamber. NOTE: Do not have any goods in the machine with this program. It is only for descaling the machine. * For choosing this program, see page 8. 14 Instructions for use Washer disinfector Hospital USA A (90 C - 1 min) This program sheet applies to Programs Program selection button/ Type of goods Program number INSTRM-LONG 1 Very dirty instruments INSTRM-SHORT 2 Circulation goods, slightly dirty instruments. Containers. UTENSILS 3 Circulation goods ORTHOPEDIC 4 Orthopedic instruments MIS INSTRM 5 Mis instruments ANESTESIA 6 Anaesthesia tubing CASSETTES P7 * Cassettes LAB-SHORT-D P8 * Slightly dirty labgoods LAB-D P9 * Labgoods TEST TUBES-D P10 * Test tubes DESCALING P11 * Descaling of chamber, inserts washer arms and washer vanes. Dose 200 ml Lime-Away descaler (sold by Henkel) or NEODISHER BU (sold by Dr. Weigert) into the wash chamber. NOTE: Do not have any goods in the machine with this program. It is only for descaling the machine. * For choosing this program, see page 8. NOTE: To choose the recommended agent, see under Detergent in the user instructions. 15 Washer disinfector Detergent Instructions for use The machine has been tested with Getinge detergent. We recommend that you use Getinge detgerent or detergent from a reputable manufacturer. Getinge detergent for mechanical washing of: A - Surgical instruments B - MIS-instruments C - Anesthesia equipment D - OP-shoes E - Containers F - Baby-bottles G - Lab glassware Products Alkalinity Surfactants Phosphates Enzymes Suitable for optics Goods to and anodized Alu. be washed Getinge Wash Normal Amines A, B, C, D, E Getinge Wash Extra Alkaline salts (+) A, C, D, (E), F Getinge Wash Intensive Caustic soda A, C, D, F Getinge Wash Enzyme A, B, C, D, E Getinge Wash LAB Caustic soda G Acidic detergents and neutralizing agents Products Acids Effects Prewash for Dosage lab glassware Getinge Neutralization P Phosphoric Neutralization of alkaline residues, Removal of First rinse after the alkaline acid, citric removal of mineral residues, e.g. mineral residues wash for neutralization or acid rust and lime prewash Getinge Neutralization Citric acids Neutralization of alkaline residues First rinse after the alkaline wash Lubricants and rinse aids Products Ingredients Effects Dosage Getinge Instrumentmilk Paraffinum perliquidum Lubrication of instruments Final rinse emulsifying agents Getinge Rinse Surfactants Reduction of surface tension Final rinse of water, improved drying Flusher detergents Products Alkali Dispersion agents Complexing agents Surfactants GD Wash GD Flush Getinge detergents can be ordered from Getinge resellers. 16 Washer disinfector Instructions for use This product is manufactured by: GETINGE DISINFECTION AB, Ljungadalsgatan 11, Box 1505, Växjö, Sweden 18
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