MCS Handpiece Repair's Handpiece Maintenance

Air Driven Motor Maintenance Procedure

MCS Handpiece Repair's Handpiece Maintenance
1: Lubricate and Clean the Handpiece.
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A: De-attach Air Motor from unit tubing.

B: Wipe off parts with alcohol; never place any parts in an ultra sonic unit.

C: Place Lubricant (2 or 3 drops) into the Air Drive Port on the Air Motor. (as indicated in the photo below)

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D: Attach the Air Motor to unit tubing and run for 30 seconds to distribute Lubricant.

E: Place Lubricant (2 or 3 drop), as a preventative measure, to forward/reverse switch, shift rings, and sheath attachment points. 

F: Wipe away all excess Lubricant.

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G: Repeat Steps A through F.

Tips & Tricks
  • Motors, especially vane rotors, do not require that much Lubricant. However, motors require higher viscosity Lubricant than a High Speed Spray. We Recommend to use a Mineral Oil Lubricant.

  • We Do Not recommend the use of sterilization wipes on your Air Motors and Handpieces. These wipes, leaves a Residue on your Air Motors, and Handpieces. This Residue tramsfers to All Moving Parts causing them to fail prematurely. This may void warranty. We Do Recommend to use Pure Rubbing Alcohol without any Additives in addition to your sterilization methods.