GETINGE Drying cabinet 363
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS_ ________________________________3
General safety instructions_ __________________________________ 3
Power cut-off device_________________________________________ 3
Warning symbols____________________________________________ 3
Free-standing model_________________________________________ 5
DIRECTIONS FOR USE___________________________________7
Error code 01____________________________________________8
Drying anaesthetic and respiratory hoses and bellows_ __________ 8
Cleaning the filter cassette_ __________________________________ 9
Overheating cut-out_________________________________________ 10
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This drying cabinet has been designed with a number of integral safety devices. To
avoid injury to the person it is essential that the safety devices are not bypassed or
in any other way put out of action.
General safety instructions
The drying cabinet should be connected according to the instructions.
The drying cabinet should be used according to the instructions.
The drying cabinet should not be used by minors.
Installation work and servicing should only be undertaken by staff qualified to do so.
Staff involved should study up-to-date handbooks and service manuals before
undertaking any repairs or service work.
• All leads must be disconnected from all circuit boards of the control system before
commencing welding on or near the drying cabinet.
• The drying cabinet should not be sprayed with water.
Power cut-off device
The drying cabinet should be provided with a separate main switch in the power
supply line, easily accessible on the wall.
This manual includes advice, and certain warnings and instructions of such
importance that they have been specially marked. The configuration and use of the
relevant symbols are as follows:
This symbol indicates a warning in the text. It gives warning of dangers which
could lead to minor or major injury to the person and even to a fatality.
It is also used in warnings to avoid damage to the machine.
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This symbol indicates a warning in the text concerning high voltage (>2000 V).
It gives warning of dangers which could lead to minor or major injury to the
person and even to a fatality.
Made of stainless steel, SIS 2333, with a base and four adjustable feet. Insulated
with 20 mm mineral wool sheets.
The cabinet operates with recirculated hot air, approximately 80% recirculation
and 20% additional electrostatically-filtered air.
Automatic electronic controls with display of the drying time. The drying time
can be adjusted from 0-95 minutes. The time is counted down in steps of 1
minute during the process so that the display shows how much drying time is
left. When the drying time is complete, the fan runs for an additional 2 minutes
with the heater switched off so that the overheating cut-out does not trip.
There are two heater settings: 70° C for plastics and 90° C for rubber hoses and
The display alternates between
and the drying time when the filter needs
The cabinet is available as a single configuration or a through-put cabinet. The
doors are fitted with a cremone bolt, either right-handed or left-handed.
36 hoses or 9 DIN baskets or 9 shelves or SPRI I racks or 18 hoses and 8
shelves with SPRI II racks.
80% at 31° C
1600 x 495 x 375 (H x W x D).
Exhaust air, approximately 50 m3/h exhaust stub pipe Ø 100 mm valve regulated.
Heat dissipation into the room, approximately 150 kcal/h if the exhaust stub pipe
is connected to the exhaust ventilation.
3N - 400/415 V, 50/60 Hz
3 - 208/240 V, 50/60 Hz
3 - 230 V, 50 Hz
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Installation should only be carried out by authorised staff.
The drying cabinet has to be connected to a wall mounted main switch,
with a 3 mm gap .
Drying cabinets for the Japanese market are fitted with a main switch on the top of the
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Secure the machine firmly to the wall with two screws through the holes A at the
top of the machine.
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Increase Decrease Temperature
1. Cassettes together with moist hoses should be lifted directly into the drying cabinet,
where they are slid in on guides.
2. Respiratory bellows are placed in the cassette designed for the purpose.
3. Racks for instruments etc. are placed on the rack shelves.
4. Select the required drying temperature, 70° C or 90° C by pressing the temperature
5. Set the required drying time on the display. Increase the time by pressing A, decrease
the time by pressing B.
6. Start the drying operation by pressing the start/stop button.
The LED comes on when the drying process starts.
Do not disconnect the power supply during the drying process.
7. Drying is complete when the display shows 0.
Note. It is time to clean the filter cassette when the display alternates
and the drying time.
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8. Digital display of chamber temperature.
By pressing the two arrow keys and the temperature selection button and the start/
stop button simultaneously, the chamber temperature will be indicated on the digital
display. After displaying the temperature for 2 minutes the display
window will revert to showing the count-down drying time.
Error code 01
Error code 01 indicates that contact with the temperature gauge has been broken.
Drying anaesthetic and respiratory hoses and bellows
The drying cabinet can be used for 6 cassettes at the same time. To enable the
drying air to be forced through the tubing, each drying cabinet is also equipped
with 4 loose blind flanges. If fewer than 6 cassettes are used during the drying
operation, these blind flanges must be slid into the empty guides. If only a single
cassette is used, all 4 blind flanges must be slid in, leaving one guide uncovered.
When necessary, the outside and the inside of the drying cabinet can be cleaned
and disinfected with an alcohol-based detergent, surgical spirit, or normal
detergent. The control panel can be cleaned in the same way.
Remove marks with ordinary stain-remover for stainless steel.
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Cleaning the filter cassette
Only to be carried out by authorised staff
Ensure that the power supply is disconnected before starting
work on the machine.
Do not use sharp implements when dismantling.
Clean the filter once a year.
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1. Undo screw (A) and remove the cover.
2. Pull out the handle (B) and take out the cassette.
3. Take a suitable plastic wash basin in which the filter cassette can be completely
4. Fill up with approx 60° C hot water and add about 1% alkaline detergent.
5. Stir the solution and carefully immerse the filter cassette .
6. Take out the filter after 15–30 minutes and rinse it on all sides with clean water under
a running water-tap.
7. Place the filter on water-absorbent paper or lint for 24 hours.
8. Do not use compressed air for cleaning or drying.
9. Check that the filter cassette has dried completely.
10.Put the cassette back into place after cleaning it. N.B. Make sure the cassette is not
turned upside down. The contacts (C) at the back of the filter should face downwards.
Only to be carried out by authorised staff.
Ensure that the power supply is disconnected before starting work on the
If the heating fails to work, or the fan fails to start, the over-heating cut-out may
have tripped. Remove front panel A. Reset the cut-out by pressing red button B.
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