Anodization

General StatIM Preventative Maintenance:

Preventative Maintenance Schedule To ensure trouble-free performance, both the operator and the dealer must follow a preventative maintenance schedule.

NOTE: Please refer to your National, Regional, State or Safety laws for any additional reoccurring user testing that may be required.

Operator

Daily

Water Reservoir

• Replace water as needed.

• For opthalmic use, drain at the end of every workday, leave empty, and refill at the start of the next workday.

Waste Bottle

• Empty the waste bottle every time you refill the water reservoir.

• Fill the bottle with water, up to the MIN line marking. You may also add some chlorine-free disinfectant.

Weekly

Cassette

• Wash the interior of the cassette with dishwashing soap or a mild detergent that does not contain chlorine.

• Scrub the inside with a cleaning pad designed for use with Teflon™-coated surfaces.

• After removing all traces of the detergent, treat interior surfaces of the cassette with the STAT-DRI™Plus drying agent to enhance the drying process. Order more STAT-DRI™ Plus from your dealer quoting 2OZPLUS, 8OZPLUST, or 32OZPLUS

Biological and/or Air Filter

• Check the filter for dirt and moisture. Replace if dirty. Call for service if wet.

Water Filter

• Check the water reservoir filter every week and clean if necessary. Replace only if necessary.

Every 6 months

Cassette Seal • Replace every 500 cycles or six months (whichever is first), or whenever necessary.
Biological and/or Air Filter • Replace every 500 cycles or six months (whichever is first).

Technician

Once a year

Cassette

• Check the tray, lid and seal for damage. Replace if necessary.

Biological Filter

• Inspect the biological filter for moisture.

Solenoid Valve

• Inspect the valve and clean if dirty. Replace the plunger if defective.

Pump

• Clean the filters, replace if dirty.

Check Valve

• Remove the exhaust tube from the back of the unit during the air drying phase. Check for air coming from the fitting.

• Remove the air compressor tube from the check valve inlet while running a cycle. Make sure no steam is leaking from the valve. Replace if there are any leaks.

Water Reservoir

• Check the reservoir for dirt. Clean and rinse with steam process distilled water if necessary.

Calibration

• Calibrate the unit.

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