Enclosed Compressor (#1472)
IMPORTANT: The set-up, operation and care of this model are explained herein. To ensure successful use of this model, review and understand instructions thoroughly before use and follow them as described. As many of our materials, particularly those that simulate in vivo tissue, are fragile, they may be sensitive to environmental or handling conditions (i.e. extremes of temperature and humidity) that will affect their ultimate shelf life. To ensure the maximum shelf life possible, please keep all simulated tissue in a temperature-controlled environment and free from exposure to conditions that might cause them to fail. To avoid distorting the tissue surfaces always repack trainer parts in their original packaging without compression by contact with other objects such as devices and instruments. To ensure the longest useful life of the trainer, please handle with care and protect it when shipping or traveling.
Oil-free air compressor in a sound dampening enclosure provides regulated pressurized air supply. Requires 110AC/60Hz power supply.
NOTE In situations where an extension cord is required only use a grounded heavy-duty cord with the compressor.
WARNING Avoid blocking the fan. Insufficient air flow will damage the unit.
Place Compressor on a level surface. Connect Air Supply Line • to Air Output jack. Plug in to a grounded 110AC/60HZ outlet.
Power on Compressor. Pull out on pressure regulator knob and turn all the way to the to right. Allow it to run for 1 minute or until gauge reaches 120 psi. The motor will automatically cycle on/off to maintain tank pressure.
Turn knob until needle on gauge reaches desired pressure (70psi for adult hearts, 60psi for pediatric hearts). Push in to lock setting.
Prevent corrosion and ensure the long life of your Compressor by draining condensation from the air tank. If used infrequently we recommend draining it after each use and prior to storage or shipping. If used regularly drain the tank once a week.
- Turn off and unplug from outlet.
- Tip on side to access bottom and place a kitchen sponge or towel beneath the brass screw.
- Loosen brass screw from the drain. Allow air pressure to blow out all water condensation then refasten screw.
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