OEM Part #004341/PM KIT
OCR STERILIZER PM KIT
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Tools Needed To Complete The Procedure: None
Difficulty Level: Easy
Average Time To Complete the Procedure: 15-20 minutes
Average Total Cost If Performed By Technician: $225 to $300 (Depending On Location)
Model This Part Fits: Pelton Crane OCR Autoclave
Step-By-Step Installation Instructions
Sterilizer PM Kit (Part #PCK219-162)
OCR Sterilizer Preventative Maintenance Kit
||How To Replace
||Remove the old door gasket. Clean the gasket
groove and chamber face ring surface.
For easy install of the new gasket, use the
"star" or "North-South-East-West" method
(ie. begin installing the gasket at the top of
the door, then the bottom, then the left side,
then the right side, and then everything in
between making sure that the gasket fits
flush without bumps or gaps).
|Part # PCB001-078
|Unscrew the bellows cap through the
access port at the rear of the sterilizer or
remove sterilizer cover.
Clean out air valve housing. Use a cotton swab to clean the seat. Install the new bellows with the new o-ring, do not overtighten the bellows cap.
|PART # PCF009-096
||Filter Fill Line (Chamber)
||Remove all trays from the chamber. Remove the chamber filter. Clean chamber.
Install new filter making sure that the it is placed at the bottom and center of the chamber.
||Drain and clean the reservoir if necessary.
Refill with distilled water only.
||After replacing the PM parts:
- Conduct a temperature check using a Max Register Thermometer Part #RPT113-3699
- Conduct a pressure check to identify any leaks that may need to be addressed.