MIDAS REX DRILL
1. Wipe external surfaces of the drill and hose or cable, as
well as the inner surface of the lubricant diffuser housing
(pneumatic only), with a cloth dampened with a neutral
enzymatic detergent, pH 6.0-8.0.
rush the drill and its collet with a nylon brush dampened
with detergent. Brush under the finger lever (if present).
inse the drill thoroughly under running water, collet end
pointed down. Dry the collet and drill with a lint-free towel.
erify that devices are visually clean.
CAUTION: Clean the Legend EHS drill and cable while still
connected together. This will help to reduce ingress of
debris. Disconnect the cable from the EHS motor prior to
sterilisation. The Legend Stylus drill cable is not removable.
CONSOLES, FOOT CONTROL UNITS,
AND INSTRUMENT CASES:
Wipe external surfaces with a cloth dampened with a neutral
enzymatic detergent, pH 6.0-8.0.
LEGEND ATTACHMENTS AND TELESCOPING TUBES:
1. Wipe with a cloth dampened with a neutral enzymatic
detergent, pH 6.0-8.0.
2. I mmerse the head of Contra-Angle and Right-Angle
attachments in detergent, and run the motor for one
ther attachments and tubes may be agitated in
detergent, but not soaked or immersed.
nylon brush dampened with a surgical instrument
cleaning detergent may be used to clean the external
surfaces and internal connecting surfaces of the
attachments and tubes.
traight attachments, footed attachments, and
telescoping straight tubes have special cleaning brushes
sized to the attachment or tube’s internal diameter. Push
the wet brush through the attachment or tube, from rear
to front, to loosen and remove debris trapped inside.
ove any movable parts back and forth to allow detergent
to clean the attachment thoroughly.
7. Rinse thoroughly with tap water.
horoughly dry attachments. An air gun may be used
to blow moisture out from the rear to the front of the
sing an aerosol spray lubricant (such as Pana
Spray™), perform the following steps to lubricate the
b. Holding the can approximately 10-15 cm (4-6 in) away
from the attachment, spray all components that
move, rotate, or slide with three quick squirts.
c. Articulate movable components to ensure proper
d. Remove excess lubricant with a clean cloth.
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Pre-Wash Cold tap water, 2 minutes
66°C, 5 minutes, using a neutral enzymatic
detergent, pH 6.0-8.0
Hot tap water, 1 minute
CAUTION: The use of a washer-disinfector for cleaning
may cause a degradation in performance.
NOTE: Remove devices from instrument trays, before
placing them into washer baskets. Orient devices
following recommendations of the washer/disinfector
manufacturer. Visually verify that devices are clean
after automated cleaning.
Place devices in the instrument tray unwrapped, or wrapped with up
to two layers of single-ply polypropylene wrap.
Do not use low-temperature, hydrogen-peroxide-gas-plasma
sterilisation due to lumen-internal-diameter and length restrictions.
Preconditioning: 51-59°C, 70 ± 5% relative humidity, 30 minutes
Relative Humidity: 70 ± 5%
Ethylene Oxide Concentration: 725 ± 25 mg/L
Gas Exposure Time (full cycle): 4 hours
Aeration: 18 hours at 51-59°C