FOREWORD_____________________________________________3 SAFETY REGULATIONS_ _________________________________4
Important_ _________________________________________________ 4 Product liability_ ____________________________________________ 4 Isolating device_____________________________________________ 4 In an emergency_ ___________________________________________ 4

INTRODUCTION_ ________________________________________5
Intended field of application__________________________________ 5 Attention symbols___________________________________________ 5 General____________________________________________________ 6 Control panel_______________________________________________ 7 Control system_ _____________________________________________ 8 Door function_______________________________________________ 8 Dosing system______________________________________________ 9

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS_____________________________10
Loading items to be washed into the machine_ _________________ 10 Positioning the goods_ _______________________________________ 11 Working with detergents etc__________________________________ 11 Daily inspection_____________________________________________ 12 If necessary_ _______________________________________________ 13 Printer (optional)_ ___________________________________________ 14

Change parameters_ ________________________________________ 16 Printing out a program for a machine with printer (optional)_______ 16

FAULT INDICATIONS_____________________________________17
Handling alarms_ ____________________________________________ 17 Alarms_____________________________________________________ 18 Acknowledging a fault code_ _________________________________ 18 Fault codes in the machine___________________________________ 18

Detergent_ ______________________________________________20

Water quality – Washer disinfectors_ ______________________21 Handling of worn-out washer/flusher disinfectors__________22

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The information in this manual describes the machine as dispatched from Getinge. Read the user manual before using the machine. © Copyright The content of this manual must not be copied. without the written consent of Getinge. The information in this manual was up to date on the date of issue of the manual. users must have read this instruction manual and familiarized themselves with the operation of the machine and its safety instructions. Page 3 of 24 <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> . The machine is accompanied by the following documentation: • User manual (this book) • Installation manual • Goods positioning sign The following are supplied on CD: • User manual • Installation manual • Goods positioning sign • Technical manual • Electrical diagrams • Spare parts list • Program sheets Getinge reserves the right to change the specification and design without prior notice.FOREWORD This user manual is intended for users of Getinge 46-series washer disinfectors. The instruction manual describes the design and operation of the machine and the maintenance for which the user is responsible. in whole or in part. The purpose of the information in the manual is to ensure safe operation and optimum efficiency. There may be differences due to customization. Before using the machine for the first time.

• Do not wash down or hose down the machine with water. • The equipment must only be used by personnel who know about it and are trained to use it. • Spare parts must be obtained only via Getinge. Contact the detergent manufacturer for instructions about dosing and washing temperatures when using a detergent other than that recommended in the manual (Getinge’s). Important • Read the user manual thoroughly before using the machine. Product liability <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> Any modification or incorrect use of the equipment without the approval of Getinge Disinfection­AB invalidates Getinge Disinfection AB´s product liability. Personnel must also receive regular training on this equipment. • Take care when handling the chemical agent used in the machine. The equipment must be used in accordance with the safety instructions below. . • Never bypass the door switch of the machine. • Installation and service work must be done by personnel trained for this machine. • The machine must be kept clean if it is to work of packs and sorting of empty packs for disposal. The isolating device must be easily accessible on a wall close to the machine. Read the details on the container or contact the manufacturer: . This is important both for the operation of the machine and for keeping the washing chamber free from­ staining­ . must be repaired without delay. Isolating device In an emergency Page 4 of 24 .what to do if the substance comes into contact with the eyes or skin or if vapors are inhaled. because the machine uses hot water and possibly steam. • Make sure that there is always detergent in the bottles. • Take care.SAFETY REGULATIONS This machine has been designed with a number of built-in safety devices. If in doubt. • Leakage in the system. • Switch off the main switch • Close stopcocks in the water and (where present) steam supply lines. • The electric power must be switched off before the machine cabinet is opened. it is highly important not to bypass or disable these safety devices. This product was manufactured by: GETINGE DISINFECTION AB Ljungadalsgatan 11 Box 1505 351 15 Växjö Sweden The machine must be fitted with a separate isolating device in the electric power supply. due to a worn door seal for example. contact a representative of the reseller without delay. (The machine cabinet contains electrical components). To avoid injury.

hand bowls and baby feeding bottles. anesthesia equipment (critical objects such as surgical instruments and anesthesia equipment must also be sterilized before use). recommended by Getinge Disinfection­AB. This symbol gives warning of hot surfaces. This symbol indicates a warning in the manual concerning the handling of components sensitive to ESD. instructions and advice in this manual are so important that we use the following special symbols to draw attention to them. Page 5 of 24 <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> . dishes. disinfecting and drying surgical instruments (solid and tubular). It also highlights warnings of possible damage to the machine. The symbols and designs used are: This symbol indicates a warning in the text of the manual. It warns of a hazard­that may lead to more or less severe injury and in certain cases mortal danger­ . laboratory glass and OP shoes. The customer is responsible for ensuring that an Installation Qualification and a Performance­Qualification according to ISO 15883 are carried out before the product goes into service. The warning applies to damage that may occur to circuit boards or hardware. The items must be placed in the proper accessories. Attention symbols Some of the warnings. This is a warning of voltage. Irritating substances such as acids.INTRODUCTION Intended field of application Getinge 46-series washer disinfectors are intended for cleaning. containers.

Conductivity (option) Control panel Dryer module Washing chamber Main switch (option) Bottom strainer with handle Dosing pumps <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> Hinged door Suction pipe with container alarm Detergent container­ V1627 Page 6 of 24 . • Extra dosing pumps which allow chemical disinfection of heat-sensitive goods. 46-3. 46-4 and 46-5 are fitted with a single or double door. These accessories are presented in a special accessories catalogue. • Connection of distilled or de-ionised water.General The machine has spray arms and dockings as follows: • 46-2 has three spray arms and one docking: • 46-3 has three spray arms and one docking: • 46-4 has two spray arms and two dockings: • 46-5 has two spray arms and three dockings: The machine can be equipped with several different accessories for different cleaning requirements. • Audible signal on fault code. 46-4 and 46-5 have electric or steam heating. • With or without built-in drying system. • 46-2 and 46-3 are fitted with a single door. There are several possible ways of installing and equipping the machine depending on its field of application: • 46-2 has electric heating.

The picture below shows the location of buttons and indicators.Control panel The machine is operated from the control panel above the soiled-side door.0℃ Green lamp: Program complete Red lamp: Fault indication Program selection buttons Start button for washing V1624 programs V1762 Page 7 of 24 <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> . Menu selection buttons (see “Technical manual”) Program number Before starting: Chosen program Yellow lamp: While running: Program phase (eg Program running “Rinsing”) Alarm reset button P01 OP-SHORT-D 47.

Machines with double doors have a system of interlocks to ensure that only one door can be opened at a time. a green lamp lights up on both sides (if there are double doors) and the clean-side door is unlocked. see Operating instructions. When the door has been opened manually. Clean side Soiled side <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> V398 Page 8 of 24 . Pressing V locks the door. Programming may only be done by authorized personnel. 46-5 and 46-5 are fitted either with a single door or with double doors. The machine comes with a number of standard programs in the control system (see the separate program sheet). Other programs are chosen with the menu buttons. Door function 46-2 and 46-3 are fitted with a single door. Contact the your reseller for customized programs. This means that the clean-side door must be closed and locked before the soiled-side door can be opened. the clean-side door must be closed before the soiled-side door can be unlocked. Six of these programs can be chosen with the program selection buttons.Control system The machine has an electronic controller which can hold various programs. the green lamp goes out. When the program is complete. With double doors.

check that the detergent reaches the dosing pump. One is for alkaline detergent and one is for rinse-aid or acid detergent. Important! When installing and starting the machine. “DOS 1 LOW LEVEL” (for example) appears on the display. V1627 Empty container alarm Containers for detergent/rinse-aid <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> If the machine is not fitted with flow monitoring. If the detergent container is empty. we recommend that the goods are dried in a separate drying cabinet. the dosing must be checked visually. The machine cannot be started until detergent has been added. the machine has two dosing systems.Dosing system In standard form. A third and a fourth dosing system for chemical disinfection of heat-sensitive goods or instrument milk (for example) can be installed. Page 9 of 24 . the dosing system must be recalibrated for the new detergent. If the type of detergent is changed. Drying If the machine does not have a dryer.

Blocked or reduced water flow may result in ineffective cleaning and disinfection. A fine filter must be used when cleaning and disinfecting tubular instruments with a passage smaller than 1 mm.6 - Press S. Press S to confirm your choice. Simply press V directly.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Loading items to be washed into the machine • Load the items to be washed on to the trolley and run the trolley into the machine. a green lamp lights up at N. there is no need to select the program again. • Empty the machine (and if the machine has double doors. Examples showing how to load the trolley are shown on the goods positioning sign. • Close the door and make sure that the handle is in the locked position. handle them with care to avoid burns. If the items are still hot after a program. the goods will not be properly washed or disinfected. You can see the machine programs on the separate program sheet. If the program is aborted after starting. NOTE: The lighting in the chamber and in the display switches to standby mode after 30 minutes and returns automatically when a program is started or selected. NOTE: Maximum weight of items to be washed and wash trolley: 46-2: 35 kg 46-3: 35 kg 46-4: 50 kg 46-5: 60 kg • Make sure that the washer arms can rotate freely without touching the goods. close the clean-side door). Press S to see how much time remains. a yellow lamp at M is lit and the program phase (eg “Rinse”) and the current temperature are shown on the display. • Press V. The door (on the clean side if the sterilizer has two doors) is unlocked and can be opened. • If the same program is to be used again. Page 10 of 24 . to prevent particles getting stuck in the instruments. <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> When the program is complete • When the program is complete. J058 Choose program • Choose a program in one of the following ways: - Press one of the program selection buttons 1 . While a program is running While the program is running. • Choose a program from the list with H and J.

• Goods with a convex bottom must be positioned on a tilt so that water does not collect in the convex surface. • Optics and light guides must be approved by the manufacturer for thermal disinfection­ . disinfection and neutralizing) with care. • Do not block the spray arm. • Open all valves and remove covers and seals so that the channels can be thoroughly flushed out to achieve the desired cleaning result. • Empty all vessels to be washed before they are placed in the machine. Use safety glasses and protective gloves when handling these substances. Page 11 of 24 <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> • Pre-treatment with detergent or disinfectant and certain types of dirt may result in increased lather formation. • Make sure that the strainers in the machine are clean and that water can flow through them. • Make sure that utensils are not lying on top of each other. • Handle liquid agents (for cleaning. • Make sure that the water jets reach all surfaces of the goods. Do not add organic solvents as this may result in an explosion. The lather may affect the washing and disinfection­ result­ . Any surfaces that are covered will not be completely clean. • Anodised aluminium and nickel-plated instruments are not suitable for washing in a washer disinfector. To avoid chemical reactions (eg oxy-hydrogen gas) and damage to materials. • Position vessels with their openings downwards in the correct inserts. • Do not use domestic dishwasher detergent. the detergent must only be used for the purpose stated by the manufacturer. It is important to clean and check the strainers regularly. • Follow carefully the manufacturer’s instructions for detergents and special products. Always follow the manufacturer’s safety instructions when handling chemical agents. especially hydrochloric acid. If cleaning results are not satisfactory. • Position sharp and pointed utensils in such a way that they cannot cause injury or damage during loading and unloading. . Water must be able to flow freely into and out of the vessels. try changing to a detergent of a different quality before contacting Getinge. • Follow the dosing instructions of the detergent manufacturer.Positioning the goods NOTE: All vessels must be thoroughly emptied before they are loaded into the machine. preventing water from reaching all surfaces. • Use inserts and special inserts correctly and only for the items and utensils that are to be washed. Different detergents may have different cleaning effects. • Rigid endoscopes must be dismantled in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions before washing. rinsing. Working with detergents etc Empty out all residue of acid. The substances often consist of acids or caustic solutions. solvents and chloridecontaining solvents from the vessels before placing them in the machine.

Check that the arm can rotate freely when re-installed. For example. • Check the cleaning result visually when the process is complete.Daily inspection • Check that no objects have fallen down into the bottom of the washing chamber. • Open the detergent access panel and check that there is detergent/rinse-aid in the containers and the hoses. Check that the holes in the washing arms are not blocked. Water must be able to flow freely through the ducts in hollow instruments. adjust the spring. • If the arms need cleaning. • The spray arm journal must be checked daily and replaced every five years. <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> • If necessary for cleaning. remove them by unscrewing the central nut. open the strainer with the two nuts. A dirty coarse strainer may prevent water from circulating and create the conditions for the growth of bacteria. • Check that the spray arms can rotate freely. worn and missing parts that might affect­ the performance of the machine. • To achieve the intended level of performance and safety. • Check that the goods to be cleaned are retained in the insert. Blocked spray holes may adversely affect the cleaning result. • Check the cleaning instructions of the goods manufacturer. • Check that the dockings move easily. Centre nut Coarse strainer Fine strainer Detergent/rinse-aid container • Remove and clean the strainer in the bottom of the washing chamber. Loose objects may cause blockages and seriously reduce the performance of the washer disinfector. If the wash trolley­does not dock properly. blocked channels. • Check that the trolley docks properly with the water connections. The heating coils under the coarse strainer may be hot. • Check the accessories of the machine visually with regard to their intended use and function. distribute the load evenly over the washing surface. Page 12 of 24 . The arms can then be lifted off and washed clean.

press the metal bar back into the groove in the plastic end piece. Weigert) into the washing chamber. the heating element must be checked regularly for limescale deposits. If the washer disinfector is used without automatic descaling for incoming water. use ordinary stainless steel cleaner. lifting off the spray arm and rinsing it until it is clean. Remove any deposits as follows: • Open the door and dispense 200 ml NEODISHER BU descaler (sold by Dr. . V1627 NOTE: There must not be any items in the machine with this program. The outside The front and side walls can be cleaned and disinfected with an alcohol-based cleaning agent. Page 13 of 24 <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> Washing chamber Do not allow deposits to form in the wash chamber. It is important to maintain a good level of hygiene around the machine. It is only used to descale the machine and insert. The control panel can be cleaned in the same way. V2026 V2027 After cleaning. medical spirit or an ordinary cleaner. • Close the door and run the descaling program. Take off the plastic end pieces by pressing the metal bar over the edge of the spray arm and removing them. Check that the arm can rotate freely when re-installed. To remove stains. Using a washing brush. clean the inside of the spray arm.If necessary The spray arm Clean the spray arms when necessary by unscrewing the central nut.

Page 14 of 24 . • Fold down the printing mechanism by pressing the latch marked PUSH (A).Printer (optional) Replacing the paper roll • Open the front door of the printer. D <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> C V1973 • Fold away the printing mechanism and lock it with the latch (D). • The printer is now ready to use again.) B V1972 • Insert the paper into the opening of the print mechanism and press the FEED (C) button on the printer. Do not pull on the printer feed when the printer is on. The paper is now automatically fed through the printer mechanism. • Remove any paper residue. • Tear off the paper and close the front panel of the printer. A V1973 • Cut the end of the new roll square (B). (This makes it easier to thread the paper into the printer mechanism. Never use the printer without paper and/or ink ribbon.

The printer is now ready to use again. A V1973 • Insert the new ribbon cassette. Page 15 of 24 <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> . • Remove the ink ribbon by pressing gently on the left-hand side of the ribbon cassette.Ribbon cassette replacement • Open the front door of the printer. Never use the printer without paper and/or ink ribbon.

8ml DRAIN DRYING 00:22:03 91.9 RINSE 1 00:08:23 59.8 FILL 00:08:29 59.1 WASH STOP 00:07:01 60.2 DRAIN 00:10:28 56.9 PROCESS COMPLETE 00:35:44 70. program P02 OP-D.7 DRAIN 00:22:04 91. Printing out a program for a machine with printer (optional) An example of a program printout is shown below.8 PROCESS OK <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> Page 16 of 24 .PROCESS Change parameters Normally the preset parameter settings of the installed programs are used.9 RINSE START 00:09:27 56.7 DRY 00:22:43 90.2 FINAL RINSE 00:11:49 55.9 WASH START 00:06:00 60.4 HEAT 00:12:58 54.8 DRAIN WASH 1 00:00:11 73.2 DOS START 00:01:21 38.8 FILL 00:00:21 73.1 DISINF START 00:21:01 89. but in special cases it may be necessary to adjust certain parameters for matching to a specific wash process. programmed on menu selection button 2 is used.5 FILL 00:11:59 55.5 HEAT 00:01:20 38.0 C FR TIME 00:01:00 DRY TIME 00:13:00 PROGRAM: P1 OP-SHORT ----------------------------------------------------PROGTIME AI07 00:00:00 73.2 RINSE STOP 00:10:28 56.0 DOS STOP 00:01:50 37.or P-parameters” in Chapter 4 of the Technical manual. In the example.2ml DRAIN 00:07:02 60.8 START 00:00:00 73.9 DOS PUMP 1 53.0 C WASH1 TIME 00:01:00 F RINSE TEMP SP 90.8 DOS START 00:18:29 79.8 DOS STOP 00:18:33 80. Information about the parameters that can be changed and their limit values can be found under heading “A. 46-Series DATE : 2008/06/02 SIGNALS PROCESS START : 13:28:45 AI07 TEMP INDEPENDENT MACHINE NAME : 46-Series CYCLE COUNTER : 12 PARAMETERS WASH1 TEMP SP 60.7 DISINF STOP 00:22:02 91.7 DOS PUMP 2 8.

a handling code is generated. The alarm is reset automatically when detergent is added. a handling code is generated. If detergent 1 is finished. a handling code is generated. Empty container alarm 4. The alarm is reset automatically when detergent is added.FAULT INDICATIONS P01 DOS 1 LOW LEVEL Red lamp: Alarm indication Handling alarm or fault code Handling alarms Handling alarms appear on the display in plain text. Empty container alarm 2. If detergent 4 is finished. The following handling alarms can be displayed: Dos 1 low level Dos 2 low level Dos 3 low level Dos 4 low level Empty container alarm 1. If detergent 3 is finished. NOTE: When the handling alarm Add detergent 1-4 is activated (appears on the display) there is always enough detergent left for one run. The alarm is reset automatically when detergent is added. if you have started a program it can run to the end. Page 17 of 24 <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> . The alarm is reset automatically when detergent is added. Empty container alarm 3. If detergent 2 is finished. DOS 1 LOW LEVEL The machine cannot be started until the fault has been put right. a handling code is generated. in other words.

The fault must be put right by an authorized service technician. The soiled-side door is unlocked as soon as the password is confirmed. All liquid is drained from the machine and the soiled-side door is unlocked*. Fault codes in the machine Fault codes indicate that a serious fault has occurred in the machine or the washing process­ . • Correct the fault or call service personnel. • Open the door and remove the items. The machine remains locked but the program has been stopped. * If the drain pump is faulty. The chamber takes more than 5 minutes to drain. The display­shows a fault code. If the items are still hot. the process has been aborted because of a fault. F01 Acknowledging a fault code Acknowledge the fault code as follows: • Note the fault code • Cancel the acoustic signal by pressing U. The following fault codes may occur: Description of fault Power failure Tripped overload protection Chamber tank slow to fill. Water leakage in the dryer Soiled-side door does not lock within 3 seconds of program start or the door is unlocked while a program is running. handle them with care to avoid burns. The soiled-side door did not close within 20 seconds of program start or the door is open while a program is running or the crush protection was activated while a program was running. Clean-side door does not lock within 3 seconds of program start or the door is unlocked while a program is running. • Enter the password (558387) using the arrow keys and press S. The soiled-side breakers for locked and unlocked are activated at the same time.Alarms If the red lamp at O lights up. The soiled-side breakers for open and closed are activated at the same time. The clean-side breakers for locked and unlocked are activated at the same time. Fault code A00 POWER FAIL A01 MCCB TRIP A02 CH SLOW FILL A03 SLOW DRAIN <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> A04 W LEAK DRYER A05 LOCK SS A06 UNLOCK SS A07 CLOSED SS A09 LOCK CS Page 18 of 24 . Soiled-side door does not unlock within 3 seconds after the end of a program. water cannot be drained from the machine and the fault cannot be put right until the door has been opened. The chamber tank takes more than 10 minutes to fill. The items in the machine are not clean and must be washed again from the beginning with a new program. The display shows the password entry menu.

The conductivity is above 4 µS/cm after three final rinse attempts. Humidity sensor faulty Configuration error I2C communication bus or I/O card faulty.Fault code A10 UNLOCK CS A11 CLOSED CS Description of fault Clean-side door does not unlock within 3 seconds after the end of a program. detergent 2. The pressure from the circulation pump is below 20 kPa. The amount of detergent has not decreased by 5 ml within 10 seconds of dosing­ . The temperature in the dryer has not increased to 80 °C within four minutes of the dryer starting. Drying pressure above 750 Pa. The temperature in the chamber is more than 5 degrees C above the highest chosen reference point. There is a delay of five seconds from the starting of the dryer fan. Circulation pump pressure sensor faulty. Dryer temperature sensor faulty. detergent 1. The pressure difference between the chamber sensors is more than 3 degrees C. <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> A13 DOSING 1 A13 DOSING 2 A13 DOSING 3 A13 DOSING 4 A18 CONDUCTIV H A19 CIRC PRESS L A20 CIRC PRESS H A21 DRY PRESS L A22 DRY PRESS H A23 DRYER TEMP L A24 DRYER TEMP H A25 CHAMB TEMP L A26 CHAMB TEMP H A27 T DIFF CHAMB A28 DISINF TEM L A29 ROT FLUSH W A31 COND SENS A32 CIRC PR SENS A34 T SENS DRYER A35 T SENS CHAMB A36 I SENS CHAMB A37 HUMIDITY SEN A38 CONFIG ERROR A41 I/O FAULT Conductivity sensor faulty. The temperature in the dryer is above 130 °C. Drying pressure below 150 Pa. Low flow. Low spray arm rotation speed. detergent 3. The final rinse time + 60 seconds has passed. Page 19 of 24 . There is a delay of five seconds from the starting of the circulation pump. Chamber temperature sensor faulty Independent temperature sensor in the chamber. The clean-side door did not close within 20 seconds of program start or the door is open while a program is running or the crush protection was activated while a program was running. Low temperature in the chamber The temperature in the dryer has not increased by 10 degrees C within four minutes of the dryer starting. Low flow. The amount of detergent has not decreased by 5 ml within 10 seconds of dosing­ . Low temperature in dryer. Low flow. The clean-side breakers for open and closed are activated at the same time. The pressure from the circulation pump is higher than 130 kPa. detergent 4. The amount of detergent has not decreased by 5 ml within 10 seconds of dosing­ . The amount of detergent has not decreased by 5 ml within 10 seconds of dosing­ . An alarm is activated only when the reference point has been reached. Low flow. Delay of 3 seconds.

D. B. C. conditions etc. C. We recommend using Getinge detergent or an equivalent detergent from a reputable manufacturer. Do not use domestic dishwasher detergent. rust and lime Neutralization of alkaline residues Prewash for Removal of mineral­residues Dosage lab glassware First rinse after the alkaline wash for neutralization or prewash First rinse after the alkaline wash Getinge Neutralization Lubricants and rinse aids Products <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> Getinge Instrumentmilk Getinge Rinse Ingredients Paraffinum perliquidium emulsifying agents Surfactants Effects Lubrication of instruments Reduction of surface tension of water. improved drying Dosage Final rinse Final rinse Getinge agents can be ordered from your Getinge products reseller. Page 20 of 24 .g. e. C. not notified by the manufacturer may affect the quality of the washing process. removal of mineral residues. Recommendation of chemical agents does not mean that the manufacturer is liable for the effect of these agents on the goods to be washed. D. C. (E). F A. + (+) + Goods to be washed A.Detergent The machine has been proven and tested with Getinge detergent.OP-shoes E .Containers F . E A.Anesthesia equipment D . E G Acidic detergents and neutralizing agents Products Getinge Neutralization P Acids Phosphoric acid. D.Lab glassware Products Getinge Power Wash Getinge Wash Extra Getinge Wash Intensive Getinge Wash Enzyme Getinge Wash LAB Alkalinity Amines Alkaline salts Caustic soda Caustic soda Surfactants + + + Phosphates + Enzymes + + Suitable for optics and anodized Alu.MIS-instruments C . Changes in the composition. Citric acid Citric acid Effects Neutralization of alkaline residues.Surgical instruments B .Baby-bottles G . B. F A. Getinge detergent for mechanical washing of: A . D.

cm-1 <40 mg/l <50 mg/l <10 mg/l <10 mg/l <0. Page 21 of 24 <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> . Microbial contaminants Sanitary chemicals Getinge Disinfection AB therefore recommends that water used in the pre-rinsing. Detailed information about acceptable water quality can be found in “Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality. Heavy metals such as iron. High concentrations of and high exposure to sanitary chemicals may cause corrosion and pitting on stainless steel.2 mg/l som SiO2 <0. Note that it is the customer’s responsibility to supply the washer disinfector with suitable water. A high concentration of ionic contaminants may cause corrosion and pitting on stainless steel. leading to poor cleaning results. they should be followed. Where local standards are stricter than Getinge Disinfection AB’s recommendations. The water used in each stage must be compatible with: * The material that the washer disinfector is made of * The chemicals used in the process * Process requirements for the various stages of the process The main factors for good water quality are: Hardness Ionic contaminants High hardness will cause limescale deposits in the washer disinfector. The water used should not increase the biological load on the equipment that is being treated against micro-organisms and their residual products which may cause fever-like symptoms when they get into the human body. Getinge Disinfection AB also recommends following local standards. washing and final rinsing phases should be of drinkable quality in accordance with the guidelines­ .2 mg/l as P2O5 <0.25 EU/ml <100 per 100 ml Further advice should also be obtained from the manufacturers of chemical and medical­ equipment. RO (reverseosmosis) water (or similarly treated water) is used for the final washing/disinfection phase. A typical specification for RO water is: pH Conductivity TDS Maximum hardness Chlorine Heavy metals Phosphates Silicates Endotoxins Total number of micro-organisms 5.Water quality – Washer disinfectors The quality of the water used in all stages of cleaning is important for good results. 3rd Edition” published by WHO.5 till 8 <30 µs. manganese or copper cause instruments to tarnish.

Therefore it is possible to recycle the parts of the washer/ flusher disinfector in an environmentally friendly way by means of proper waste sorting. <Doc_USR><Doc_5025919000><Rel_A><Lang_EN> Page 22 of 24 . Instead. place the worn-out washer/ flusher disinfector among the domestic waste.Handling of worn-out washer/flusher disinfectors Worn-out electrical and electronic machines consist of recyclable materials. However. Therefore you should never. Make sure the worn-out washer/flusher disinfector is kept out of reach of children before it is taken away for recycling. The machine might be contaminated. they also contain materials that are harmful but necessary in order for the machines to function in a proper and secure way. Ask your reseller if required. This means it must be disinfected before it can be recycled. take worn-out electrical and electronic machines to a recycling plant. If these materials are placed among the domestic waste or handled in the wrong way. it could lead to health hazards or damage to the environment. All plastic parts of the washer/ flusher disinfector have international markings on them. not under any circumstances.

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