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3m 290 incubator manualThe unit is designed to be used only with the Power Supply module supplied by 3M. 3M Page 1 of 9 Attest 290 Auto-reader 4 SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING To avoid the risk of electric shock, which if not avoided could result in serious injury or death: - Do not immerse the Attest 290 Autoreader in any liquid. - Use indoors only. - Disconnect power cord before cleaning. - To clean, use only a mild detergent and wipe with a damp cloth. - There are no user serviceable parts. - The Attest 290 Auto-reader must be returned to the manufacturer for repair. - Make sure a properly rated power cord is installed on the Attest 290 Auto-reader power supply. To reduce the risk of using incompletely sterilized loads: - Match the color on the exterior label of the incubator with the same color cap on the RRBI. - Do not remove RRBI until incubation cycle is complete. - Do not use on a vibrating surface. There is a glass ampule inside the plastic vial of the RRBI. To avoid the risk of injury from flying debris due to a ruptured RRBI, which if not avoided could result in serious injury or death: - Allow the RRBI to cool for the recommended time period before crushing. - Crushing or excessive handling of the biological indicator before cooling may cause the glass ampule to burst. - Wear safety glasses and gloves when removing the RRBI from the sterilizer. - Wear safety glasses when crushing the RRBI. - Handle the RRBI by the cap when crushing and tapping. - Do not use your fingers to crush the glass ampule. - Do not roll the RRBI between your fingers to wet the spore strip. CAUTION To avoid a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided may result in minor or moderate injury: - Avoid contact with the hot surface of the metal incubator block. To avoid possible environmental contamination, dispose of the Attest 290 Auto-reader according to applicable governmental regulations.http://fructusartis.com/i/3m-infrared-thermometer-ir-500-manual.xml

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To avoid RRBI vial from absorbing fluorescent residue from a chemical indicator or tape, place the RRBI vial so it does not come in direct contact with chemical indicators or tape. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide a reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at their own expense. This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numerique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences due Reglement sur le materiel brouilleur du Canada. The Attest 290 Auto-reader complies with the Australian EMC requirements as confirmed in the Supplier s Declaration of Conformity that is linked to the C-tick mark. 3M Page 3 of 9 Attest 290 Auto-reader 6 INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE Operating Instructions Start-up Place unit on a firm level surface. Plug unit into an appropriate AC grounded outlet. Readout Procedure Follow this procedure for every RRBI to be read: Allow a 30 minute warm-up period before placing RRBIs into the incubation wells. The C1 caution code will disappear when proper incubation temperature is reached. It is recommended that the unit be left on to eliminate warm-up periods. The unit may be turned off when it is anticipated that it will not be used for an extended period. Step 1. While wearing gloves and safety glasses, CLOSE RRBI cap by pressing down. Step 2.http://blueparadise.pl/userfiles/3m-ft-10-manual.xml CRUSH the glass ampule (containing growth media) in the designated crushing well built into the incubator. Step 3. Hold the RRBI by the cap and TAP bottom of the vial on a tabletop until media wets spore strip at bottom of vial. Do not tap vial on unit. Do not remove or change placement of RRBI once it is placed into a well. Doing so may result in loss of results and the RRBI test may be invalid. 3M Page 4 of 9 Attest 290 Auto-reader 7 INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE Wells are color coded to match the cap of each type of biological indicator; i.e. the 1291 RRBI with a blue cap goes into a blue well and the 1292 RRBI with a brown cap goes into a brown well. A yellow light will come on to indicate the RRBI is incubating in the reader well and should not be touched. A yellow light indicates the results are not available and incubation is in progress. C2 Caution code will also be displayed. You must return the RRBI to the reader well within 10 seconds or the results will be lost. WARNING Do not remove or change placement of RRBI once it is placed into a well. Doing so may result in loss of results and the RRBI test may be invalid. All red, yellow and green lights will flash for one second when the cover is opened demonstrating they are functional. The cover should only be opened when placing additional RRBIs into incubation wells or when removing RRBIs at the completion of the designated incubation period. The full incubation period is required before a negative result (-) is shown. The Attest 1291 RRBI requires 1 hour of incubation and the Attest 1292 RRBI requires 3 hours of incubation before a negative (-) result will be shown. The negative result will be shown automatically after completion of the required incubation time. The processed indicator and the positive control may also be further incubated for a visual ph color change. The final negative reading (media remains purple) for a visual color change is made at 24 hours (1291) or 48 hours (1292).http://www.drupalitalia.org/node/66557 The positive control should show a yellow color change of the growth media. For any incubation beyond 24 hours (1291) or 48 hours (1292), RRBIs should be moved to a humidified environment. Each facility must establish final readout time in its policy and procedures. The policy should be based on manufacturer s instructions for use, scientific knowledge, current recommendation practices, applicable compliance requirements, inventory levels, and the risk to the patient if the medical device is not sterile. 3M Page 5 of 9 Attest 290 Auto-reader 8 INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE Positive Control Crush, tap and incubate at least one non-processed Attest 1291 or 1292 RRBI to use as the positive control each day that a processed RRBI is incubated and read by the unit. Write a C (for control ) and the date on the label. The positive control can be placed in any incubator well of the unit. The positive control should be the same part number, from the same manufacturing date and lot number as the processed RRBI in the unit. It is good practice to use a positive control each day a sterilized RRBI is processed. This helps ensure: - correct incubation temperatures are met. - viability of spores has not been altered due to improper storage temperature, humidity, or proximity to chemicals - capability of media to promote rapid growth, and - proper functioning of Attest 290 Auto-reader components. At the end of the specified incubation time, if a negative RRBI result is detected, the green light (-) will illuminate indicating an acceptable sterilization process. After either the green or red light comes on, the RRBI can be removed from the well. The RRBI should not be removed or touched when the yellow light is on. The final negative processed RRBI reading for a fluorescence change (green light -) after 1 hour (1291) or 3 hours (1292) indicates an acceptable sterilization process.CRISTIANPACK.COM/images/3m-2273-manual.pdf If the processed RRBI is further incubated for a visual ph color change, when special studies are desired, the media color change from purple to yellow will also indicate a sterilization failure. The positive control should show a yellow color change at 24 hours (1291) or 48 hours (1292). A final negative color change result (no color change), media remains purple, is made at 24 hours (1291) or 48 hours (1292). Act on any positive result immediately. The positive result indicates a sterilization process failure may have occurred. Determine the cause of the positive RRBI following current facility policies and procedures. Always retest the sterilizer and do not use the sterilizer for processing loads until 3 consecutive RRBI results are negative. Disposal Dispose of the used Attest RRBI according to your healthcare facility policy. This provides results in the least amount of time without the need to manually take frequent readings. An alarm will also sound if a RRBI is removed from the Attest 290 Auto-reader well before a final result has been detected. This will turn off the alarm for that RRBI only. Any positive RRBI results detected in other wells will result in the alarm sounding. Removing the RRBI will reactivate the alarm for that well. Pressing the alarm off button will not silence the alarm for error or caution code alarm warnings. A yellow period will appear on the lower right corner of the display panel to indicate the alarm is disabled. The alarm will be disabled for all positive RRBIs, error codes, and caution code alarm warnings. The yellow period on the display panel will turn off, indicating that the alarm is again active. The time remaining appears in hours until there is less than an hour remaining when it displays minutes remaining. Temperature Monitoring The Attest 290 Auto-reader contains an internal temperature self-diagnostic program. Power Cord Retaining Clip Place the power cord through the power cordretaining clip on the rear of the Attest 290 Autoreader near the plug in. This will help to ensure that the power connection does not become inadvertently disconnected. Care and Cleaning WARNING Always unplug the Attest 290 Autoreader and allow to cool before cleaning. Do not immerse the unit in liquid. Clean the exterior surface of the Attest 290 Autoreader, with the dust cover closed, by wiping it with a damp cloth moistened with a mild detergent. Do not open the dust cover and attempt to clean interior components. If additional cleaning of the wells is required, call for repair or replacement. Note: The Attest 290 Auto-reader does not contain any user serviceable parts or require any routine maintenance. Any malfunctions will be indicated by an error code. Refer to the Trouble Shooting Guide section for error code explanations. 3M Page 7 of 9 Attest 290 Auto-reader 10 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Trouble Shooting Guide In the event of an error code, unplug the Attest 290 Auto-reader and plug it back in to initiate the selfdiagnostic test. If error code re-occurs, call for repair or replacement. The display panel will indicate malfunctions detected by a specific error code. C2 RRBI has been removed before incubation Replace RRBI in proper well within 10 seconds. complete. All three lights for affected RRBI will light and alarm will sound if active. E1 Temperature Control Error Call for repair or replacement. E3 Memory Error. Call for repair or replacement. E4 Analog-Digital Conversion Error. Call for repair or replacement. E7 Communications Error Call for repair or replacement. This error will occur if internal communications have failed. E8 Bulb Error Call for repair or replacement. This error occurs if the system detects that the bulb is too dim to properly read RRBI results. E9 Transport Error Call for repair or replacement. This error will occur if the system detects a motor failure or positioning problem. 3M Page 8 of 9 Attest 290 Auto-reader 11 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Trouble Shooting Guide (Continued) Code Problem Solution Other Unwanted alarm sounds when Turn alarm off, refer to features positive detected. Section. Other All three lights blink and buzzer sounds.Other Red, yellow, or green lights do not Specific light burned out.Other Negative Control Vial Other Vial not crushed. Media did not wet the spore strip. Control vial was sterilized. Unexplained positive Adhesive residue on vial. Test vial is absorbing fluorescent residue from a chemical indicator or tape. Crush vial before inserting into well. Tap vial on table until media wets spore strip. Use a non-sterilized vial as a control. Check chemical indicator on label. Do not place tape or labels on vial. Place the vial so it does not come in direct contact with chemical indicators or tape. Repair and Replacement Attest 290 Auto-readers must be repaired at: 3M Health Care Service Center Suite 200, Bldg Granada Avenue North Oakdale, MN Fax: Outside of the USA, contact your local 3M Subsidiary. If you have questions, call our Customer Service number: M Page 9 of 9 Attest 290 Auto-reader 12 3M Health Care 3M Center Building 275-4E-01 St. Paul, MN M Health Care D Neuss, Germany Recycled paper 40 pre-consumer 10 post-consumer Litho in U.S.A. with 3M film, proofing systems and offset plates. Attest is a registered trademark of 3M. 3M Rev. D Lit. Code: M Page 10 of 9 Attest 290 Auto-reader Do not expose this equip ment to dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects These tags are used to identify UserOs Manual Notice Every effort was made to ensure that the information in this guide was complete and accurate at the time of Do not expose this equip ment to dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects If there are any questions, or requests, please do not hesitate to contact the dealer. This manual applies to the MicroView Installation Manual No part of this document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval Who is more popular, the penguins or the lemurs? Users Manual Safety Operation Maintenance Microsoft, Windows, and Windows This UPS utilizes voltages that may be hazardous. Do not attempt to disassemble the unit. The unit contains no user replaceable parts. For Installation, Use and Maintenance Toll Free: 888-599-0992 UV-radiation of this device is in the range of UV-A (320-400 nm). Direct exposure to eyes shall therefore be avoided. UV protection glasses shall Read this manual thoroughly before No User-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified AeroVironment, EV Solutions, and the AeroVironment logo are trademarks The unit contains no user serviceable Square D Clipsal DIN-Rail Four-Channel Auxiliary Input SLM - 3801 OWNER'S MANUAL Customer Service Tel: 1-800-268-3319 Superex Canada Ltd, Toronto,M2H 3B8 Made in China Table of Contents A). Important Safety Instructions B). Charging No User-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. WARNING: To prevent fire When properly Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause User Manual CONTENTS Important Safeguards. 3 Grounding Instructions. Quick Start Guide NOTES Retain this Owner s Manual for future reference.Observe all the safety HP1000E v2 User s Manual Quick Start Guide. Models Covered: No User-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service Please inform your local Axis office of any inaccuracies or omissions. Axis Communications Not for use in explosive atmospheres. Part No. 234576 120 psi (0.8 MPa, 8 bar) Maximum Air Input Model GLH-5 Size: Each module is 18 L x 19 ? H x 4 D (.46 x.50 x.10 meters) Approximate hanging weight: 11 lbs each (5 kg) Power requirements 120V,.4 Amps each Run water through your machine before first use Issue: 022808 PN: 883884-07L Rev. A A ii Copyright Notice 2008, Wyse Technology Inc. All rights reserved. This manual and the Please read this user s guide before installing, setting up, and using your new weather User Guide Microsoft, Your charger is ETL listed to UL standards and meets all applicable FCC standards. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire Use handles or knobs. The lid and Automatic Dispensing Hot Water Pot with Reboil Function Previous experience of networking will be beneficial At all times when using the apparatus you must follow these Important Content Overview 2 Package contents 2 Introduction 3 Product Specifications 3 Hardware Please read this Instruction Manual thoroughly before use and keep in a safe place for future reference.To use this website, you must agree to our Privacy Policy, including cookie policy. Service Manual. Neither this book nor any part may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, Attest 290 Service Manual. Operator’s Manual. Read The Attest 290G Auto-reader must be returned to the manufacturer for repair.Biological Indicator is removed from the reader before final results have been detected. Replacing manual operation of an auto-reader with software control does not. Pour une meilleure experience web, prenez le temps de mettre votre navigateur a jour. 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Please enter a valid postcode. Please enter a number less than or equal to 1. All Rights Reserved. User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice Norton Secured - powered by Verisign. Very high amount of views. 1 sold, 1 available. More Very high amount of views. 1 sold, 1 available. You are the light of the world. Abstract Objective: To investigate the effect of beverages’ temperature on the surface roughness, hardness, and color stability of a composite resin. Materials and Methods: Fifty specimens of the Filtek Z250 composite (3M ESPE, Dental Products, St.Paul, MN, USA) were prepared and initial roughness, microhardness, and color were measured. Keywords: Color stability, different beverages, different temperature, microhardness, surface roughness INTRODUCTION Resin composites are one of the most popular materials in aesthetic dentistry because of their excellent aesthetic properties, adequate strength, and their ability to be bonded to dentin or enamel. The durability of restorative materials in the mouth is related to their resistance to dissolution and disintegration. Roughness is an important property of the restoration surface, as a rough surface enhances accumulation of dental plaque and residues, which causes gingival irritation and secondary caries risk. Thus, the aim of the present study was to evaluate the effect of beverages’ temperature on the surface roughness, hardness, and color stability of a hybrid composite resin. The tested hypothesis was that the temperature of beverages has no effect on the color stability, surface roughness, or hardness of the composite resin. MATERIALS AND METHODS Specimen preparation A microhybrid resin composite (Filtek Z250, shade A3, lot 9WY, 3M ESPE, St. Paul, MN, USA) was selected for this study. A total of 50 cylindrical samples of Filtek Z250 were packed into a Teflon ring mold (12 mm in diameter and 2 mm in thickness). A Mylar strip was placed on a glass slab, and then the mold was filled and another Mylar strip and glass slab were laid on top of the specimen surface. The composite specimens were cured with an Light Emitting Diode device (Elipar Freelight 2, 3M ESPE, St. Paul, USA) through glass slides on both sides of the mold for 20 s each, according to the manufacturer's instructions. The intensity of light was frequently monitored by means of a radiometer. Table 1 Beverages used in the study Open in a separate window. Coffee solution was freshly prepared before each period.All specimens were stored in light-proof containers and the solutions were changed for each test period. The temperatures were measured with a digital thermometer. After 30 days of immersion in the solutions, the specimens were rinsed with distilled water for 5 min and blotted dry with absorbent paper before the final measurements. The pH values of beverages at different temperatures were measured using a pH meter (HI 221; Hanna Instruments, Cluj-Napoca, Romania). All color measurements were performed three times for each specimen. The device was calibrated before the measurement of each specimen. Surface roughness measurements All the specimens were subjected to roughness testing using a contact profilometer (Surfcorder SE 1700; Kosaka Corp., Tokyo, Japan) equipped with a 5-mm-radius diamond-tipped stylus that was attached to a pickup head. Five measurements in different directions were recorded for each specimen. Leveling of all parts of the apparatus was achieved by adjusting the pickup head knob. A calibration block was used periodically to check the performance of the device. Vickers hardness measurements A Vickers surface microhardness device (HMV 2000; Shimadzu, Kyoto, Japan) was used for specimen indentation. All color, surface roughness, and microhardness measurements were performed by the same operator, and the mean values were used for the subsequent statistical analysis. Statistical analysis The data among groups and the changes over time were evaluated by using analysis of variance (ANOVA) for repeated measures for the parameters of microhardness, roughness, and color ( L, a, b ) and processed with SPSS (version 15.0.1; SPSS, Chicago, IL, USA). A P value of E measurements among the groups. Coffee and cola were selected in this study because they are very frequently consumed beverages. In the present study, composite resin was immersed in beverages at different temperatures. Filtek Z250 is a universal microhybrid composite resin with an organic matrix of bisphenol-glycidyl methacrylate, Bis-GMA, urethane dimethacrylate UDMA, and ethoxylated bisphenol A dimethacrylate, Bis-EMA. This result is not consistent with the study by da Silva, et al. In the present study, however, both cola and coffee had low pH, only cola affected the roughness of the tested composite resin. The differences between baseline and after immersion in beverages roughness values of the cola groups were statistically significant. This may have been a result of the presence of acids and sugars in the chemical composition of the cola, which promote surface erosion of the composite resin. In addition, artificial saliva and coffee did not change the roughness of the composite resin to a statistically significant extent. Similarly, Dos Santos, et al. Further studies would need to be conducted in order to give a more thorough understanding of the effects of beverages’ temperature on composite resins’ surface properties and to assure better color stability and long-term maintenance of restorations. Within the limitations of this in vitro study, the tested hypothesis that the temperature of beverages has no effect on the color stability, surface roughness, or hardness of the composite resin was rejected. CONCLUSION Based on the methodology employed and the results obtained, it may be concluded that: Temperature rise in beverages can cause alterations in certain properties of composites, such as increased color change and decreased microhardness, although it did not affect the roughness of the composite resin material tested. Cola was the beverage that most reduced the surface hardness of the composite resin tested. Professionals may advise patients about the possible negative effects of these beverages, and to drink coffee warm and cola cold. Footnotes Source of Support: Nil. Conflict of Interest: None declared REFERENCES 1. Brunson WD, Bayne SC, Shurdevant JR, Roberson TM, Wilder AD, Taylor DF. Changes in surface characteristics of dental resin composites after polishing. Color stability evaluation of aesthetic restorative materials. Badra VV, Faraoni JJ, Ramos RP, Palma-Dibb RG. Ferracane JL. Is the wear of dental composites still a clinical concern. Yap AU, Tan SH, Wee SS, Lee CW, Lim EL, Zeng KY. Chemical degradation of composite restoratives.Analysis of roughness and surface hardness of a dental composite using atomic force microscopy and microhardness testing. Soares-Geraldo D, Scaramucci T, Steagall W, Jr, Braga SR, Sobral MA. Interaction between staining and degradation of a composite resin in contact with colored foods. Paravina RD, Roeder L, Lu H, Vogel K, Powers JM. Sidhu SK, Carrick TE, McCabe JF. Mundim FM, Garcia Lda F, Pires-de-Souza Fde C. Effect of staining solutions and repolishing on color stability of direct composites. Malhotra N, Shenoy RP, Acharya S, Shenoy R, Mayya S. Effect of three indigenous food stains on resin-based, microhybrid-, and nanocomposites. Vieira AE, Delbem AC, Sassaki KT, Rodrigues E, Cury JA, Cunha RF. Domingos PA, Garcia PP, Oliveira AL, Palma-Dibb RG. Composite resin color stability: Influence of light sources and immersion media. Turkun LS, Turkun M.

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