Andersen Windows & Doors AN74IX user manual

User manual for the device Andersen Windows & Doors AN74IX

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OWNER’S MANUAL

OWNER’S MANUAL
ETHYLENE OXIDE
STERILIZATION SYSTEM
P/N7400 041105
5/25/2005 11:38 AM
AN2000manual071603bgf
Andersen Sterilizers, Inc. Health Science Park Haw River, NC 27258-8710

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OWNER’S MANUAL Owner’s Manual Congratulations on your purchase of an AN74i / AN74ix An- ® prolene Sterilizer. For over 30 years, Andersen Products has been a leader in tabletop Ethylene Oxide sterilization. With the installation of your sterilizer, you join thousands of healthcare facilities worldwide using an Andersen Products’ sterilization sys- tem. Please read the entire Owner’s Manual prior to installing and using your new machine. The Andersen Anprolene sterilizer uses less

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OWNER’S MANUAL Overview of Features Top Cabinet Back Lighted Liquid Crystal Display On/Off switch Program Selection Switches Door Support Door Sensor Quick Disconnect Purge Tube Assembly ® Velcro strap Latching Door Lock 3/4” (1.91 cm) I.D. Cooling Fan Guard Exhaust Tubing and Removable Filter Stainless Steel Hose Clamp Rear 3/4” I.D. Bulkhead Fuse Drawer Exhaust Fitting & 90 Deg Elbow Underwriters Labora- Replacement tories’ Approval Label Fuse Specifications Elec

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OWNER’S MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction ............................................................................................................................2 Overview of Features..............................................................................................................3 Section 1 - Before You Begin.................................................................................................5 Section 2 - Diagrammatic Instructions for Normal Opera

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OWNER’S MANUAL SECTION 1 Before You Begin... 5 © Andersen Products Ltd

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OWNER’S MANUAL SECTION 1 Before You Begin There are a number of conditions that can affect the operation of your sterilizer. By paying close attention to these details, you will greatly reduce the likelihood of problems. 1.1. Installation: Please make sure that your Anprolene sterilizer is installed cor- rectly. Full installation instructions can be found in Appendix B, starting on page 46. Please call our Customer Service Department if you have installation questions not covered

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OWNER’S MANUAL SECTION 1 Before You Begin There are a number of conditions that can affect the operation of your sterilizer. By paying close attention to these details, you will greatly reduce the likelihood of problems. 1.1. Installation: Please make sure that your Anprolene sterilizer is installed cor- rectly. Full installation instructions can be found in Appendix B, starting on page 46. Please call our Customer Service Department if you have installation questions not covered

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OWNER’S MANUAL SECTION 2 Diagrammatic Instructions for Normal Operation 8 © Andersen Products Ltd

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OWNER’S MANUAL SECTION 2 Diagrammatic Instructions for Normal Operation Turn on the sterilizer by pressing the on-off switch on AN74 I the back right side of the top cabinet. ANPROLENE STERILIZER The Liquid Crystal Display will illuminate. The initial START startup and standby screen is shown to the right. When START is pressed To load the sterilizer and commence a sterilization cycle, press the button immediately to the right of the word START. 250 ABATOR CYCLES

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OWNER’S MANUAL Diagrammatic Instructions for Normal Operation, continued Continued from previous page After the initial purge, the screen to the right will appear. BREAK AMPOULE If the operator breaks the ampoule and closes the door CLOSE & LOCK DOOR without selecting a cycle length, the sterilizer will beep SELECT CYCLE LENGTH after 5 seconds to remind the operator to select the appro- 24 HOUR 12 HOUR priate cycle length. The operator should break the An- prolene ampou

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OWNER’S MANUAL Diagrammatic Abator Instructions: Installing Optional New Abator Cartridge, Resetting Counter When the Abator cartridge has been used completely (250 sterilization cycles), the screen will display ABATOR CARTRIDGE ABATOR CARTRIDGE EXPIRED and the alarm will EXPIRED sound. EXIT BYPASS Additional cycles may be completed by bypassing the screen. This is not recommended. The cartridge should be changed prior to starting a new cycle. AN74 I ANPR

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OWNER’S MANUAL SECTION 3 Detailed Pictorial Instructions for Running a Sterilization Cycle 12 © Andersen Products Ltd

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OWNER’S MANUAL SECTION 3 Detailed Pictorial Instructions for Running the Sterilization Cycle Once the items to be sterilized have been disassembled, cleaned, dried and wrapped, the ster- ilization cycle can proceed. 3.1 Prior to loading the sterilizer: (1) Turn the power ON by pressing the right side of the black power switch located on the back right corner of the machine. This will cause the initial screen to appear. (2) Press the button to the right of START on the display

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OWNER’S MANUAL PURGE TUBE ASSEMBLY Purge tube, this end is Quick Release connected to Connector upper cabi- (Female end) net. End Goes Quick Release Into Liner Connector Bag (Male end) Neck. Wrap the sterilization bag around aluminum One-way Check valve bobbin and secure with the Velcro strap 3.3. Insert the purge tube into the sterilization liner bag with the plastic ball towards the rear of the bag and the neck towards the opening. Then, gather the open end of the steriliza

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OWNER’S MANUAL INITIAL PURGE 00:01:30 REMAINING EXIT 3.8. After the initial purge has been completed (timer to 00:00:00), the display instructs the operator to: (1) break the ampoule by manipulating the ampoule gas release bag through the wall of the sterilization liner bag, (2) close the door, and (3) lock the door and remove the key. 3.9. Select the length of the sterilization cycle. For most items, the 12 HOUR cycle will be adequate. BREAK AMPOULE CLOSE & LOCK DOOR SELECT

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OWNER’S MANUAL 3.13. At the end of the two hour ventilation cycle, the following screen will appear, notifying the operator that the sterilizer may be unloaded. UNLOAD STERILIZER EXIT 3.14. If the operator does not unload the sterilization liner bag at the end of the two hour ventilation cycle, the purge pump and the cabinet ventilation pump continue to alternate on a two minute cycle to flush the sterilization liner bag and cabinet indefinitely until the door is opened and

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OWNER’S MANUAL SECTION 4 Operator Training and Education 17 © Andersen Products Ltd

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OWNER’S MANUAL SECTION 4 Operator Training and Education ♦ Ethylene Oxide sterilization procedures must be supervised by personnel trained and well informed in the safe use of such sterilant materials. ♦ Personnel working with ethylene oxide must have had comprehensive instruction in the process. This instruction must cover the relevant health hazards (See MSDS on page 68), relevant national regulations (e.g. OSHA regulation 29 CFR Part No. 1910 Standard No. 1910.1047), methods

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OWNER’S MANUAL 4.1 Humidity and Pre-humidification 4.2 Abridged Illustrated Instructions 4.3 Key Operator Study Guide 4.1. Humidity and Pre-humidification. It has been demonstrated repeatedly that some microorganisms are made very resistant to Ethylene Oxide sterilization systems by desiccation, which is exposure to very low relative humidity. As a result, humidity is a very important part of the Ethylene Oxide sterilization cycle. Items that can be washed in water and towel or

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OWNER’S MANUAL 4.2 ABRIDGED ILLUSTRATED INSTRUCTIONS HOW ANPROLENE WORKS 2. A plastic/fabric break shield surrounds the ampoule. 1. The glass ampoule contains liquid Ethylene Oxide (EtO) and The ampoule and shield are sealed inside a plastic gas- an inert solid stabilizer. The ampoule is scored at the neck for release bag, which should never be opened. easy opening. IMPORTANT! Push the ampoule to the center of the gas release bag before activating 3. After the gas release bag is pl


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