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1 A-dec 500 INSTALLATIONGood morning everyone and Welcome to our Installation Tips and Checklist presentation.This information is presented as “tips” which we hope will assist you in assembling the new A-dec 500 Series equipment.We put this presentation together from gremlins conducted here and from feedback from the field installations that have been completed.The Checklist is included as the last page of the Installation Instruction. We anticipate that using the checklist will ensure the A-dec 500 package has been correctly installed, adjusted and that its operation has been explained to the staff.
2 A-dec 500 Installation Objectives: To make your installation: Better, Faster,Easier,Safer.The objective of this presentation is to help you to install the A-dec Series 500 equipment: simply put, we want your installations to be:Better,Faster,Easier.You’re going to look like a pro!
3 A-dec 500 InstallationRefer to the A-dec 500 Installation GuidePage iiEquipment InstallationBox 1: Chair (Install Guide)Box 2: Front Mount (contains box 4 for floor box when delivery system is ordered)Box 3: Delivery SystemBox 5: Support LinkBox 6: Assistants InstrumentationBox 7: Lower ArmBox 8: Support CenterBox 9: Monitor MountBox 10: LightTIME TOPIC15 minutes Chair, Front Mount, Delivery System10 minutes Support Link, Support Arm, Support Center5 minutes ChecklistRefer to the tab in your training binder.
4 A-dec 500 – 1 Package – 10 boxes Box 1: Chair (Install Guide) Box 2: Front Mount (contains box 4 for floor box when delivery system is ordered)Box 3: Delivery SystemBox 5: Support LinkBox 6: Assistants InstrumentationBox 7: Lower ArmBox 8: Support CenterBox 9: Monitor MountBox 10: Light
5 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Be familiar with the all-in-one Installation InstructionsRetain with equipment or for futureNumbered boxes:Indicate the sequence of installationAllow you to stage equipmentInventory the modules before starting the installFull size templates are available parts book p.2:A-dec 500 Product511 ChairFloor boxChecklist ReviewBe familiar with the Installation Instructions, show it to classNumbers used to:Show the box contents and order of installationUp to 10 modules so you know what you are installing to follow the guide easilyInventory what you have to install by noting the box numbers, then follow the numerical sequence in the instructions. You could stage some boxes outside, in the van or ? Anyway , they could remain out of your way while you work.Exceptions:Box 4, the floor box will be in box 4 which will be inside the front mount box 2 if a delivery system is being installed. On the outside of box 2, there will be two part numbers if there is a delivery system included. If no delivery system is included, then the floor box 4 will be separate or with the cuspidor.Box 3 can be either the delivery system or the front mount monitor mount
6 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Tools Recommended:Sizes are all SAE, no metricHex Key Set (inch)Phillips & standard screw driversSocket wrench set (SAE)Snap ring toolAdjustable wrenchNeedle nose pliersCombination wrench set (SAE)Standard pliersDiagonal cuttersHammerWire strippersLevelEach TM will have this tool set and the bag.Tools ProvidedHex key set, ball endCombination wrench set¼,5/16,7/16,9/16,3/4Adjustable 6” wrenchScrew driversNeedle nose pliersSnap ring pliers, configure these for an outsideLevelUtility knifeHammerTool bag ProvidedYou may find you’ll be adding other tools and stuff ……..
7 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Additional tools that might be helpful:Chapman tool setTaps and T handleOther:TapeExtra cable tiesPaper towels or ragsUmbilical stringer ( )A-dec Barbs and Fittings Kit ( )5/16” barb fittings ( )5/16” Sleeves ( )Dry Cartridges ( )Wet Cartridges ( )For example, you may want: A second ¾ “ wrench, a gear ¾” wrench would be optimal!Ratchet wrench set (3/8” drive & extensions)Electric power driver with bitsChapman tool setBall peen hammerTaps and T handlePaint was found to sometimes prohibit screws from starting, so you may need to scrape or tap the holes.Paper towels to clean up after using Lubriplate.Cable ties to secure tubing bundles away from the Pots and to dress data cables into neat coils.
8 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Be familiar with the Legris air tubing connectorsEnsure end is cut squarePush into connector fullyPull on tubing to check grip on tubingTo release tubing from connector, push on outer ring while pulling tubing outLeave service length to avoid side loading the fitting which could create an air leakCurrently used only on the new 5/16” size air tubing connections.Feb 04: due to reliability issues: This PCA improves the reliability of 1/8 inch air connections on the A-dec 500 Utilities Manifold by replacing the 1/8" Legris push-in fittings with 1/8" barbs. This is done with a new utilities manifold ( ) designed for the 1/8" barbs and addresses all where-used of the Legris push-in fittings, except for a service kit that contains only Legris fittings. The Legris fittings and the service Kit will stay in the Baan system. They will be used after addressing the connection reliability issues.Be familiar with the Legris tubing connectors1. Ensure end is cut evenly, your side cutters will work, just cut square2. Push into connector fullyPull on tubing to check grip on tubing3. To release tubing from connector, push on outer ring while pulling tubing out
9 A-dec 500 Installation Tips GeneralManaging Cords and TubingRoute in spaces providedTrim tubing to lengthCable tie cords and cables into neat coilsCovers have a low profile and must not have any interference to fit properlyNeatness counts!Managing Cords and TubingRoute in spaces providedUse the extra cable ties you broughtCovers have a low profile and must not have any interference to fit well
10 A-dec 500 Installation Tips GeneralCAUTION: Keep hands/fingers clear – this is a new chair with different pinch points to be aware ofCovers and UpholsteryLeave them off and set, safely, aside until the installation is completeCAUTION: Keep hands/fingers clear – this is a new chair with different pinch points to be aware ofCovers and UpholsteryUsually a good idea to leave them off and set, safely, aside until the installation is complete then install them
11 A-dec 500 Installation Tips GeneralStart all the fasteners before tightening anyFor example the 3 on the back supportOr the 2 button heads for mounting the CamLevelingRough – do this to maintain tension or prevent movementFinal – do this when the install is complete and the instruments installedLevelingRough – do this to maintain tension or prevent movementFinal – do this when the install is complete and the instruments installedStart all the fasteners before tightening anyLike on the back supportOr mounting the Cam
12 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Chair (Box 1)About the same size as CascadeChair box measures 48”L x 30”W x 31”HBase plate is 26 3/4” W x 34 ½” LHeavier by 100 lbsWeight – 400 lbs (packaged)Use assistance to moveTwo people recommendedDolly or hand truckField eval noted how heavy and difficult for one person to move. It may be best to unpack the chair outside the op or building.Two installers would be best, I know the field techs go it alone many times but we should stress that two would be better especially the first time or two.The base is 26 ¾” x 34 ½”, the current chair base is 26 ¾” x 33 ½”.
13 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Chair on Furniture DollyFurniture dolly could be used to move the chairLeave the two shipping straps in positionRemove motor pump cover to prevent damage to itTip chair forward off pallet and onto the seat frame endsStrap dolly to the chair baseplateLower dolly and chairYou could try this method, especially if only one person available. Be careful of the motor pump cover, and the power cord plug; damage could occur to cover so remove it.To get the chair upright, while it is on the pallet, tip it toe end first off the pallet then keep tipping it up until you have it resting on the seat frame ends – it would be a good idea to protect these painted ends with rags taped on them.You also need to have good balance of the chair on the hand truck.
14 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Chair strapped to Appliance Hand TruckLeave the two shipping straps in positionUse care when going down or up curbs or stepsBalance carefullyYou could try this method, especially if only one person available. Be careful of the motor pump cover, and the power cord plug; damage could occur to cover so remove it.To get the chair upright, while it is on the pallet, tip it toe end first off the pallet then keep tipping it up until you have it resting on the seat frame ends – it would be a good idea to protect these painted ends with rags taped on them.You also need to have good balance of the chair on the hand truck.
15 A-dec 500 Installation Tips ChairHandholds on seat frame at front and rearBe sure the shipping straps in placeDo not use the armrestsHandholds are not readily apparentLifting points using seat frame and back support.Strap can be used to move chair on floor
16 Moving the chair Chair Lifter Tools Support Link Handle NEW Bolts to support link mountNo P/N as yetSeat Frame HandleSchedule 80 PVCSlides over seat frameNEWJan 06: This PCA releases a 40" long Chair Shipping Strap ( ) for use on the 511 dental chair to facilitate the use of the and Chair Moving Tools (specifically the new Seat Frame Handle) which aids in moving and position the chair during installation. Two of the straps replaces the 53.5" shipping strap ( ) near the seat frame to adequately secure the seat frame so it can be used as a lift point for the chair. This change is being driven by the 511 Chair Weight Quality Project.Ref: PCA released the and moving toolsMarComm Note: This change affects the A-dec 500 Install Guide.Jan 06:This PCA releases 2 tools for A-dec 511 chair to aid in the moving and placing the chair in the field. The Seat Frame Handle attaches to the chair seat frame The Support Link T handle attaches to the support link at the rear of the chair. Both tools allow installers a more positive way of grasping the front and back of the chair for easier moving and placement.Jan 06: Domestic Distribution PlanInitial distribution of the chair lifter bars (P/N ) began on December 5, and the last shipment left December 23. The lifter bars were sent directly to the TMs so they could distribute the lifter bars to the appropriate dealer personnel. We shipped two lifter bars per dealer install team to the TM.Oct 2005: This PCA releases 2 new Kits; Magic Sliders and Magnet Kit ( ) and A-Dec 511 Chair Lifter Bar Kit ( ). Also being released on this PCA is the component parts that make up these new kits. The kits have been designed to move the heavy A-dec 511 dental chairs with the "Magic Sliders".Bar kit incl: bar, sliders, magnets, inst card incl: 4 sliders, 4 magnets.Lever: Width: 3” (7.6mm),Thickness: ¼” (6mm),Length: 14 ½” (37mm)
17 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Moving chair on floor:“Furniture/appliance glides”, from home improvement centersCardboard under base plateMoving the chairLeverWidth: 3” (7.6mm)Thickness: ¼” (6mm)Length: 14 ½” (37mm)GlidesHardware storeFor tile or wood floors use protective pad under fulcrumHandholds are not readily apparentLifting points using seat frame and back support.Strap can be used to move chair on floor
18 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Full product dimensions are in the Equipment Catalog511 chair template available, orderChair should be bolted to floorAnchor kit includedInstall Guide page 3April 05: This PCA increases the anchoring hole size from in the A-Dec 511 chair baseplate. To allow concrete anchor stud to drop through the hole in the baseplate.
19 A-dec 500 Installation Tips ChairShipping pin has tag to locate itRelease the swivel brake if the pin is difficult to pull outCan be left in place to lock out chair swivel if desiredRetain for future use or chair movement. Bags tied to chair for pin and straps.PowerAir/electric switch connection for Master ON/OFFON/OFF button for visual indication of mains power“Glove Box” – bags are used for keeping swivel pin and shipping straps.Rocker switch – pilot air source for cycling mains power. Allowing the doctor to control power from the control head power source toggle. If the doctor does not want this feature, the air/electric switch can be plugged. However, an error message will appear stating that there are too many handpieces are out.
20 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Chair3 Tap FeatureLabel on base plateBe patientChair has a soft start feature so it seems slow to start moving (down)Look for the relay LED on the PCBPCB has test points to operate chair if needed.Note: this will disable the 3 tap feature but it can be re enabled by cycling mains powerThis is similar to the way the current chairs work too, but now the back can be cycled too.These taps haven’t always worked so try again or reach your finger up along the right side to actuate the mechanism itself. Times out after 5 min, Once a touchpad or footswitch connected it no longer operates chair. Also, if you use the test points header on the chair board, the three tap feature is disabled.The soft start feature may make you think the chair is not working, be patient and look for the LEDs to come on down at the chair board. They indicate things are working.Page 162 in the student workbook has a photo of the chair pcb.
21 A-dec 500 Installation Tips Front Mount (Box 2)Locate hardware kitInstall the Leveling CamRaise back upRaise seat frame upInstall 2 button head leveling cam screws finger tightInstall the 2 leveling studs until only 2 – 3 threads leftFront MountFirst find the hardware kit:Cam, 2 button head screws, 2 leveling studs and washersMount and rigid arm are pre assembledPosition the back full up:Install cam, leveling studsRough level the front mountSecure cam,Tip assembly down, then up to allow mount to hook over the camRough level only at this time
22 Front Mount Installation Front Mount (Box 2)The back needs to be full down or the mount will not go onTip assembly up to allow mount to hook over the camRough level the front mount at this time using the cam and the 2 leveling studsSecure the leveling stud flanged washersRun in the 2 stabilizing screws against the upper structure.Changed to grade 5 from grade 2 Oct ’04.Front MountMount and rigid arm are pre assembled. Tip assembly down, hook it over the cam, then let it down to rest on chair structure.Rough level only at this time.This PCA upgrades Hex Head Screw ( ) from SAE Grade 2 to Grade 5.The Grade 2 screw has been shown to bend during normal use. Normal use includes positioning the chair by lifting the toe of the chair using the front Unit Mounting Arm. This maneuver can bend the screws. Grade 5 screws will make the design more robust and prevent the bending exhibited by the Grade 2 screw. When leveling, the hooks do not have to be fully contacted with the cam. Only one side needs to have contact.
23 Water Bottle on Front Mount Box 4 is in Box 2 if Delivery System is orderedWater bottleFloor box and utilitiesChair air/water manifoldInstall the Cap HousingHole plug pops out easily when loosened from the bottomStart button head cap screw for housingSlide the housing down over the cap screw and tighten the screwRoute tubing through arm and retaining bossTrim air and water tubing and connect to chair air/water manifoldWith a delivery system to mount on the front, the water bottle can be mounted now on the front mount rigid arm.Step one is to remove the hole plug, pry up from the bottom part to release it from the holeThen start the button head screw into the threaded holeFeed the tubing through the hole and down the arm, through the retaining boss and lay in lift armNow mount the cap housing to the post sliding it down onto the button head screw, then tighten it.Lube the o-ring in the cap with the lube from the kit – Silicone only!Note, if you need to lengthen the water tubing: This PCA releases (INLINE BARB) to EID and SID for production, to extend 5/16th inch water lines.
24 Delivery System Mounting the Unit (Box 3) Tension Adjustment Lube post (LubriPlate)Add thrust washerMount the Delivery System before routing the tubing and wiringInstall rotation stop ring and large snap ring (using your snap ring pliers)Tension AdjustmentUse 3/32” hex wrench to add tension to delivery armThe new flex arm cover comes off so you can mount it to the rigid arm without the tubing involved.Lower chair to a good work height for you.First lube the post then drop on the thrust washer.Mount the control head on the post, then the stop ring and snap ring then push tubing down through the post and arm to the floor box.The snap ring keeps the flex arm installed.Be careful of the cable ends laying on the floor or getting caught. The data and video cable ends can be damaged.
25 Delivery System Mounting the Unit Tension Adjustment Lube post (LubriPlate)Add thrust washerMount the Delivery System before routing the tubing and wiringInstall rotation stop ring and large snap ring (using your snap ring pliers)Tension AdjustmentUse 3/32” hex wrench to add tension to delivery armThe new flex arm cover comes off so you can mount it to the rigid arm without the tubing involved.Lower chair to a good work height for you.First lube the post then drop on the thrust washer.Mount the control head on the post, then the stop ring and snap ring then push tubing down through the post and arm to the floor box.The snap ring keeps the flex arm installed.Be careful of the cable ends laying on the floor or getting caught. The data and video cable ends can be damaged.
26 Delivery System Tubing Sheath Install the Spiral SheathWait until all delivery system plumbing and wiring installedStart near front and work it forward into the rigid armDelivery mount pan covers other endRotation stops can be set in front or rear holes depending on arm rotationFoot Control SheathEnsure 1/8” tubings are up so they fit in strain relief correctlySpiral Tubing SheathStart in the center and guide into rigid armBelly pan covers the other end
27 Floor Box Floor Box Carton (4) Frame and cover Utilities Packaged with front mount inside box 2 or may be separateFrame and coverFlush or non flush mounted3 or 10 foot umbilicalUtilitiesAir gauge is placed in slot in frameChair air/water manifold attaches to lift armWater bottle and cap assemblyFloor Box Carton (packaged with front mount)FrameFlush or non flush mountedAir/Water connectionsAir gauge is placed in slot in frameChair air/water manifold attaches to lift arm
28 Vacuum and Gravity Adapters Gravity drainVacuum AdapterMore connectors in Parts bookP/NP/N
29 Water Bottle Installation Lube o-ring on receptacleWater Bottle - quick and easy installationAlign the bottle seam with the capPush the bottle straight upRotate bottle to the right (counter clockwise)Water Bottle -quick and easy installationAlign the bottle seam with the capPush the bottle straight upRotate bottle to the right (counter clockwise)
30 Support Link Installation Support Link (Box 5)Install leveling bar with dowel pins and leveling boltInstall support linkInstall the top 2 bolts to hold support link in positionThread the leveling bolt into the support link and rough levelUse jamb nut to lock it against leveling barLock in position with 4 bolts, tighten to 65 ft-lbProtect the base plate with a piece of cardboardNote:Solids collector is keyed for removal and replacementRotate it toward the chair to align
31 Support Link Stop Switch Stop switch assembly (Kit )Modify if Lower Arm is to be installedMake electrical connection at chair stop switchMount lower arm to support linkBearings for top and bottom are Teflon, no lube requiredTighten up on the lower arm set screw adjustment to levelIf only attaching the support link, use the short tube. If installing an assistance package, configure the longer tubing.The support link stop switch has a bump up feature if the arm comes in contact with an object. It will move up a short distance, not a timed feature. A revision of the limit switch tubing now includes a smaller tubing. The inner tubing doesn’t hook up to anything. It acts as a bummer to prevent the outer tubing from kinking.
32 Support Link Stop Switch Install channel on under side of linkInstall the lower arm air tubing in the channelInstall the actuator plates with the stand off screws
33 Lower Arm Leveling Lower Arm Install end cap Lift end of arm while tightening the screw with a 3/16” hex wrenchInstall end capTuck end of stop tube in at bottom of armBefore you load a cuspidor or dental light, level the lower arm by closing the gap.
34 Solids Collector Installation To Install/Remove the Solids CollectorSolids collector is keyed for removal and replacementRotate tubing inlets toward the chair backrest and lift the collector straight upNote:Solids collector is keyed for removal and replacementRotate it toward the chair to align
35 Drain and Vacuum Fittings Durr fittings for Drain and VacuumAdaptors included to fit stub ups25mm (¾”) to ½” brass connectorSecure fit, barbed ends, o-ring seal, and they swivelRed o-ringLube with silicone greaseBlue retaining clip to secure each connectionClipTip: check that red o-ring is installed on the end groovethe blue retaining clip inserts into the second groove and locks fittings togetherrequires a firm pushsilicone lube is a good ideaDurr fittingsMale and Female with blue retaining clipFor Drain 20mm and Vacuum 25 mm.Adaptors are included to allow these to be fitted to current stub up vac and drain pipesWith the vacuum kit, you will get a black “t” and a 1 ½ in brass fitting. The black “t” is used for uncommon drain fittings. The knockout is a vent for a gravity drain.
36 Lift Arm Channel Drain and vacuum tubing Vacuum Tubing channelOn right side for the 25 mm vacDrain Tubing channelOn the left side for the 20 mm drainWire clip retains tubing in lift arm channelLift arm slots to secureFoot controlData cablesPower cordsSupport Center20 mm is approx. .75 inch25 mm is approx. 1 inch
37 Hole for Monitor or Light Knock out hole for monitor postDon’t use hammer to knock out the hole, you could damage the topKnock hole out from underneath prior to mounting housing on lower armCAUTION: Careful of sharp edgesMonitor or LightKnock out hole for monitor postTap lightly, near apex of coverCatch chips and pieces in paper towelCAUTION: Careful of sharp edges
38 Cuspidor Cuspidor Installation Leave tubing/cords cable tied Place rotation stop on post and tightenPlace cuspidor on post, allow it to rest on the post box frame part way downRoute tubing/cord bundle through arm and into lift armAlign cuspidor with arm and lower on to arm being careful not to impact stop ringCuspidor InstallationLeave tubing/cords cable tiedPlace rotation stop on post and tightenPlace cuspidor on post, allow it to catch on inner structure part way downThis allows you to route the tubing/cords through the arm
39 Water Bottle on Support Center Remove cap assembly with 2 screwsRoute tubingMount bottle housing on support center plate with the 2 screwsTrim tubing and connect to chair air/water manifoldWater Bottle -quick and easy installationAlign the bottle seam with the capPush the bottle straight upRotate bottle to the right (counter clockwise)(INLINE BARB), to extend 5/16th inch water lines.
40 Monitor Installation Insert keyed trim ring Insert keyed monitor post into support centerInstall rotation stop ringInstall monitor rigid arm to postRoute power cord and video cable
41 Dental Light Installation Chair Mounted Dental Light (Box 10)Flex arm and head with power cordRigid armLower straight postPost adapterTrim ringStabilization ringPower cord extension
42 Dental Light Installation Secure light post with screw through keyhole and into post, tighten firmlyConnect light power cord to extension cord in support arm and rout to power supplyLight flex arm and rigid arm need do not need to be lubricated, there is a Teflon bushing insideTighten screw to ensure they are locked together
43 Dental Light Installation Tighten locking tab retaining screw to ensure ridged arm and flex arm securely locked together
44 A-dec 500 Installation Don’t forget: The delivery system thrust washer To lube the water bottle o-ringThe cuspidor swivel stopForgetting to put these items on in sequence can cause you extra time and effort because you have to remove what you have just installed!The delivery system thrust washerTo lube the water bottle o-ringThe cuspidor swivel stop
45 A-dec 500 Installation Don’t forget: The cuspidor trim ring, correctly fittedThe monitor mount rotation stopThe light trim ringThe cuspidor trim ring, correctly fittedThe monitor mount rotation stopThe light trim ring
46 A-dec 500 Install Checklist Why have one?All items installedChair bolted to the floorAll items workAll Stop Switch functionsAll items adjustedAll items programmedStaff informed about equipment operation and maintenanceIn-service clinic performed by dealer sales or technical repWhy have one? Great service techs always go the extra mile, here he is telling the staff about the new equipment:All items installedAll items workAll items adjustedAll items programmedStaff informed about equipment operation and maintenance
47 A-dec 500 Install Checklist An aid to installationA reminder for the installerRetained for referenceChecklist:An aid to installationA reminder for the installerRetained
48 A-dec 500 Installation Questions Which box is the Installation Guide in?Where is the Floor Box 4 when a Delivery System is included?What should be the first item you look for in a box?Where can the Water Bottle be installed?Can the 3 tap feature be reactivated? How?On which side of the lift arm does the drain tubing go?Questions?TipsChecklistThank You
49 A-dec 500 INSTALLATIONGood morning everyone and Welcome to our Installation Tips and Checklist presentation.This information is presented as “tips” which we hope will assist you in assembling the new A-dec 500 Series equipment.We put this presentation together from gremlins conducted here and from feedback from the field installations that have been completed.The Checklist is included as the last page of the Installation Instruction. We anticipate that using the checklist will ensure the A-dec 500 package has been correctly installed, adjusted and that its operation has been explained to the staff.