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1700 Gervais Ave, Maplewood, MN 55109 800-635-1312 · www.wrmed.com
Tri W-G® Service: 1-800-437-8011
Part No. 920-002-022
WR.S1 Tilt Table with Trendelenberg
Read this user manual carefully before using WR.S1 Table Limited Warranty Registration Card Enclosed
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION...1 UNCRATING AND TABLE SET UP ...1 ORGANIZATIONAL MEASURES...2 HANDSET CONTROL OPERATION/FUNCTION...3 SPECIAL NOTICES...4 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION...4 SAFETY/PRECAUTIONARY INSTRUCTIONS, SYMBOLS, & TERMS...5 SAFETY STATEMENT AND WARNINGS/HAZARD SYMBOLS USED...6 WHEN USING TABLE...7 GENERAL INFORMATION...7 SERVICE PARTS LISTS...9 SPECIFICATIONS...10 PREPARATION FOR USE...11 MAINTENANCE...14 TROUBLESHOOTING...14 WARRANTY...15
INTRODUCTION Thank you for selecting the WR Medical Electronics Co.’s Tilt Table with Trendelenberg mode, Model WR.S1. The WR Medical tilt table uses new state-of-the-art programmable technology with memory functions. This innovative technology enables one to store three different working table tilt positions with instant recall and absolute positioning of those stored positions. This is accomplished through the programmable handset pendant which is user friendly. There is also an optional foot control available. Please read this manual thoroughly. DO NOT USE or OPERATE this tilt table until you have read this operations manual. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or equipment damage. This manual should be considered a permanent part of your table and should remain easily accessible.
UNCRATING AND TABLE SET UP 1. Inspect for any concealed damage or item shortage immediatley upon receipt. If shipment is short or mechandise arrives damaged, a notation must be made on the signed freight bill at time of delivery, and a damaged order receipt obtained from the delivering carrier. Claims for merchandise damage or lost must be filed immediately with the delivering carrier. Once freight receipt is signed, customer assumes all legal responsibility for the merchandise, including damages. The legal obligation of a freight company is to deliver the freight to the back of the truck. This does not including unloading. WR Medical Electronics Co. does not assume any responsiblity for loss or damage of merchandise in transit. WR Medical Electronics Co. will, however, cooperate in any way they can if a claim is necessary. DO NOT return damaged merchandise to WR Medical, unless instructed to do so. WR Medical will provide you with a Returned Goods Authorization (RGA) No., if applicable, for any return. Any compensation for loss must come from the delivering carrier for merchandise damaged in transit. When removing the tilt table from the shipping crate: 1. Keep cardboard liner on top of table when removing table from crate, and while moving table down hallways and through doorways to desired location. This will help in preventing damage to the frame and cushion. 2. Remove the support crating members below the top cushion frame, and foam blocks underneath the base frame used during shipping with the appropriate tools. Take precautionary measures to avoid damaging the table and its finish during the removal process. Installation of table: 1. There is no assembly required. 2. Locate the table in an area having flat/level floors so the table is not distorted out of alignment. This allows the caster brakes to function as intended. Avoid floors that are uneven, slanted, or having a slippery surface/finish. 3. Provide adequate space around table so that procedures and table functions can be performed safely. 4. Lock caster brakes when table is in position. 5. Connect power cord to hospital grade receptacle with 120 volts, single phase, 60 Hz power source, conforming to applicable nationally recognized electrical codes. 6. Power Supply Cord (Mains Cord) serves as the table’s disconnect device. There is no separate switch to operate the table or shut the device off, other than the power supply cord. DO NOT connect to an extension cord.
ORGANIZATIONAL MEASURES If you have any questions that cannot be answered through the operating instructions, contact the manufacturer directly. Location of the Operating Instructions: The operating instructions can only serve you if you have them available at all times. For this reason, Always keep the operating instructions where the equipment is being used. Distributor and Manufacturer Contact Information: Distributed by:
WR Medical Electronics Co. 1700 Gervais Avenue Maplewood, MN 55109 [P] 800-635-1312
Tri W-G, Inc. 215 12th Ave NE Valley City, ND 58072-0905 [P] 800-437-8011
SPECIAL NOTICES The photography, drawings, specifications, technical information, and descriptions, etc., hereinafter called (“data”), contained in this manual was based on the technical information available at the time of its publication; however, design and data may have changed since its printing. Due to our continuous efforts toward product improvement, WR Medical and the manufacturer reserve the right to make changes without prior notification at any time, in design specifications or other improvements on its products without incurring obligations to add them to any previously manufactured device. If you have any questions regarding its content or do not understand the data as presented, please contact the manufacturer’s customer service department for assistance and guidance. Some photos shown may be provided by a vendor and/or manufacturer--used with permission. Options or accessories shown, or described, may be available at an extra cost and may be offered only in conjunction with the manufacturer’s standard products and subject to additional ordering requirements or limitations. All measurements in this manual are nominal U.S./English and where applicable their metric unit customary equivalents. WR Medical and/or the manufacturer do not assume any risk or liability for attachments, or their effects on this device, if the attachments are not manufactured, sold by and expressly approved by the manufacturer of this tilt table. When replacement parts are required, use only those replacement parts authorized by the tilt table manufacturer. The manufacturer’s limited warranty assumes that the table is used as specified, maintenance is performed correctly, and that service is done by certified professionals in their respective vocations. We are certain your WR Medical tilt table will provide you with years of satisfactory service.
GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION Every possible circumstance that might involve a potential hazard cannot be anticipated. Therefore, the warnings in this operator’s manual are not inclusive. If you feel there is an operating procedure, maintenance or work method not covered by this operators manual, please contact WR Medical and/or the manufacturer. Whenever you see this symbol, it means “Attention! You and/or Your Patient’s Safety is Involved”. Operating instructions must be GIVEN to, and READ by everyone before operating this device. All users ought to use common sense and know the limitations and hazards associated with operating this device.
SAFETY/PRECAUTIONARY INSTRUCTIONS, SYMBOLS, & TERMS ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪
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Please read the following safety information carefully. Ensure all operators of this table have read this operator’s manual and have direct access to it. Make sure the table is electrically grounded by connecting only to a grounded hospital grade receptacle confirming to applicable electrical codes. Never place your hands or feet, nor a patient’s hands or feet, near any of the working mechanisms of the table when tilting the table. Before performing any service related work or trouble-shooting, make sure the following points are observed: • The table does not have a patient on it. • The electrical plug has been disconnected from the power supply. • The table is not operating. • The table’s casters are locked to prevent moving. During table operation, stop the table if anything unusual is observed or unusual sounds are heard. When not using the table, pull the plug out of the receptacle in order to prevent unintentional operation. Your tilt table is not an ordinary table. It is a medical device; failure to operate it correctly may result in serious injury. Therefore, keep children from using it as a piece of gym apparatus.
Visual words are used to indicate the degree of hazards as well as to warn against unsafe practices that may cause injury to the patient or operator. Each visual signal will be followed by appropriate safety instructions. These signal words are not to be ignored--you and your patient’s safety are involved. The user should become familiar with these symbols specific to the product being used. All the symbols listed below may not be used with regard to the product shown in this manual. However, all the symbols have been included for the purpose of user recognition and to inform the user of their meaning. Please review the following Warning Symbols and Usage Hints, and take note of the meaning of each:
Provides user information.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
SAFETY STATEMENT AND WARNINGS/HAZARD SYMBOLS USED The manufacturer has constructively, and with protective measures, minimized the effects of existing hazards. Locate and become familiar with the following safety statements/symbols and instructions fround on the Tilt Table WR.S1, and the possible countermeasures given in each, respectively:
WHEN USING TABLE (also refer to “Preparation for Use”, Page 11) 1. Insure restraining belts are positioned correctly and properly fastened. 2. Restraining straps must be properly secured when using arm support(s). 3. As a convenience, the footboard can be removed once the table has been tilted to a horizontal position and is not required to support the patient.
NOTE: Be sure to reinstall footboard when raising table to vertical position.
4. If the table’s tilt function fails and the position of the table could cause a serious injury or death hazard to the patient, the patient should be immediately removed from the table. Assistance to remove the patient is required. Do no hesitate or delay in removing the patient from the table when serious injury or death hazard is recognized.
GENERAL INFORMATION TABLE COMPONENTS Please check all components supplied with the WR.S1 and confirm they are not damaged before use. If you find any damage or parts missing, please contact WR Medical or manufacturer’s customer service department (1-800-437-8011). DO NOT return damaged merchandise to WR Medical, unless instructed to do so. WR Medical will provide you with a Return Authorization Number, if applicable, for any return. Any missing components will be shipped immediately upon receiving notification of which components are missing.
Restrainer Belt Set (two per table) P/N 908-003-124 (each)
Footboard P/N 612-029-000
Used to secure patient to the table. Application instructions are on the restraining belt itself.
To remove the footboard, rotate it clockwise and lift up and forward, moving it away from the safety pin. Maintain a firm grip on the footboard when removing or installing it, as it is rather heavy.
Handset P/N 900-025-045 Handset is programmable and may be operated manually or using the preset keys to position the tilt top. Ref to Handset Control Operation/Function Instructions (Page 3) or yellow card with handset instructions attached to the table.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORY COMPONENTS:
Adjustable Arm Assembly (one assembly shown) P/N 612-028-000
Allen Wrench (3/16”) P/N 917-000-166 Allen wrench used to adjust Arm Assembly.
SERVICE PARTS LISTS QTY.
Caster, Total Lock
SPECIFICATIONS TILT TABLE WITH TRENDELENBERG--MODEL WR.S1 LENGTH: 78” WIDTH: 28” HEIGHT: 33” TILT RANGE: 0 to 85 degrees (horizontal to vertical) TRENDELENBERG:* 0 to -12 degrees FRAME: Lower frame (electric weld mechanical, round tube)...3” OD x 11 GA x 7 GA Upper frame...1-1/2” OD x 11 GA CASTERS: 4- 5” casters with brake TABLE TOP MATERIAL: 2” foam cushion over non-translucent sub-structure and steel frame BELTS, RESTRAINING: 2- 4” wide belts with hook and loop fasteners TABLE, COVER AND PAD: FIRE RETARDANT** Vinyl cover over 2” polyfoam (or equivilant) pad FINISH: Polyurethane Pearl Grey standard ELECTRICAL: Control Box: Input: 120VAC, 60 Hz, 6.5 Amps; Output: 24VAC, 18 Amps; Ports: 24VDC, 10 Amps Tilt: electromechanical drive, 10.0 Amps, 24VDC. Electrical components UL Recognized, 60601-1. PATIENT LOAD: Maximum weight capacity...350 lbs WEIGHT: Table...275 lbs Table shipping weight...370 lbs *Nominal adjustments stated. **Flammability requirements for materials are those of the manufacturer and not that of WR Medical Electronics Co. This term and any corresponding data refer to typical performance in manufacturer’s test and should not be construed to imply the behavior of this or any other material under fire conditions. Every effort has been made to use accurate photography, drawings, product specifications and descriptions at the time of printing, However, because of continuous, progressive product improvement, all specifications and descriptions are subject to change without notice.
PREPARATION FOR USE FOOTBOARD--INSTALL To install the fooboard, place the table in a horizontal position. Stand facing the footboard end of the table, with a firm grip on the footboard, rotate and engage the hole on the bottom right hand corner onto the the footboard pivot pin. Rotate footboard counter clockwise into slots.
FOOTBOARD--REMOVE To remove footboard, place the table in a horizontal position. Stand facing the footboard end of the table, rotate the footboard clockwise and then pull towards yourself. Maintain a firm grip on the footboard while removing it.
POSITIONING THE PATIENT With the table top in a vertical position, the patient can step onto the footboard with their back to the cushion.
RESTRAINING BELTS Two restraining belt assemblies are provided with the table. With patient leaning into the cushion, the upper belt can be placed across the chest and below the arm pits. The lower belt is then secured in the vicinity of the knees. The restraining belt assembly has a hook and loop closure design requiring a minimum of 12” overlap engagement.
ADJUSTABLE ARM SUPPORT (OPTIONAL) When procedures require the patient’s arm to be extended out 90° from the side of the body, the adjustable arm support is used. With table in a horizontal position, and the patient’s arm extended 90° from the side of their body, the following adjustments are then made: •
The horizontal adjusting knob is loosened (counterclockwise) to allow the armrest to swivel out 90° from the patient. To tighten knob, turn clockwise.
The vertical adjusting knob is loosened (counterclockwise) to allow the armrest to be slid up or down to the desirable location along the restraining belt bar. To tighten the knob, turn clockwise.
Secure the loop strap on each arm rest once the patient’s arms are in position.
Minor adjustments of the tilt of each rest can be accomplished by loosening the ball and socket located under each arm rest, move the rest into the desired position, and tighten the ball and socket joint.
This is accomplished with a 3/16” plastic T-handle allen wrench which is stored under cushion at head end of table.
INCLINOMETER Positioning of patient in degrees of tilt is accomplished by reading the inclinometers which are located on each side of the table. Inclinometer may be adjusted to zero reading for fine adjustment.
IMMEDIATE REMOVAL OF PATIENT FROM TABLE If the table’s tilt function fails, the position of the table could cause a serious injury or death hazard to the patient. The patient should be immediately removed from the table. Assistance to remove the patient is required. DO NOT hesitate or delay in removing the patient from table when serious injury or death hazard is recognized.
MAINTENANCE 1. Ordinary dirt may be removed from vinyl by washing with warm water and mild soap. Apply soapy water to a large area and allow it to soak for a few minutes. Brisk rubbing with a cloth should remove most filth. The procedure may be repeated in case of stubborn or imbedded grime. A soft brush my be used after the soapy water has been applied. 2. Painted components can be washed with warm water and mild soap. 3. Any repair must be performed by trained and certified service personnel. Improper and incorrect servicing may result in damage to the WR.S1 and accessories; and may cause patient injury.
TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE TOP DOES NOT TILT UP OR DOWN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Check power cord connection to main power source. Make sure power source is receiving power. Thermal protector may have activated, and you must allow the system to cool down. Check the control box to see if power cord and/or handset are fully engaged into the power port. After checking the aforementioned possibilities for reasons table is not functioning, and table is still not functioning, please call customer service at 1-800-437-8011. Page 14
LIMITED WARRANTY This Product or Part is sold by Tri W-G®, Inc. under the limited warranties set forth in the following paragraphs. Such warranties are extended only with respect to the Purchase of the Product or Part as new merchandise directly from Tri W-G®, Inc. or WR Medical Electronics Co. and are extended to the ultimate customer purchaser of the Tri W-G®, Inc. Product or Part. Tri W-G®, Inc. warrants that each Product or Part sold hereunder shall be free of defects in material and workmanship for the Product warranty period identified as follows: Two Years: structural frame. 365 Days: upholstery. (Please note the aforementioned limited warranty is limited to original owner and not transferable.)
in the case of Products and twelve months in the case of Parts from the date of delivery from Tri W-G®, Inc. or WR Medical Electronics Co., whichever is the later. Should defects appear in any Products subject to this limited warranty and Parts subject to this limited warranty sold hereunder within the respective limited warranty period, Tri W-G®, Inc. will repair or replace under the terms of this limited warranty any defective Part or Parts or provide new or remanufactured Parts when the defective Part or Parts are returned to Tri W-G®, Inc. facilities at Buyer’s expense upon (20) days prior written notice to Tri W-G®, Inc. Buyer will be charged for any replacement Parts when shipped to Buyer by Tri W-G®, Inc. When the defective Parts are returned to Tri W-G®, Inc. pursuant to Tri W-G®, Inc. Returned Goods Authorization (RGA) No., charges will be waived. This limited warranty does not apply to any Products or Parts which have been damaged through misuse, negligence or accident (including shipping damage) on the part of Buyer or any third party. This limited warranty does not apply to any Product in which Parts other than replacement Part or Parts approved by Tri W-G®, Inc. have been used if said Parts are or may be the cause of failure. FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, THE LIABILITY OF TRI W-G®, INC. IS HEREBY EXPRESSLY LIMITED, AND SUBJECT TO THE TERMS HEREIN, TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF ANY PRODUCT OR PART WHICH SHALL APPEAR TO BE DEFECTIVE IN THE OPINION OF TRI W-G®, INC. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL TRI W-G®, INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. NO CLAIM FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY FOR PRODUCTS OR PARTS FURNISHED HEREUNDER SHALL BE ASSERTED AGAINST TRI W-G®, INC. MORE THAN TWENTY (20) DAYS AFTER THE EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY PERIOD.