Low Speed Handpiece Maintenance Procedure
Clean the Chuck Mechanism.
Step 1: Lubricate Chuck Mechanism with 1 drop of Lubricant.
(using Health Canada Approved Mineral Oil Lubricant)
Step 2: Insert Chuck Brush into Chuck Mechanism.
Step 3: Turn Chuck Brush in a Circular Motion, Back & Forth for 5 seconds.
Step 4: Lubricate chuck mechanism with 1 drop of Lubricant; Repeating Step 1.
Step 5: Run Handpiece (with Bur or Shipping Post) for 5 seconds to expel debris.
Lubricate & Clean the Handpiece.
Step 1: Disassemble Head from Contra Angle. (As Shown in Diagram Below)
Step 2: Wipe off parts with Alcohol. (It is Safe to use A Ultrasonic Unit for Low Speed Handpieces Only.)
Step 3: Place Lubricant (2 - 3 Drops) into all parts noted by the arrow. (As Shown in Diagram Above.)
Step 4: Reassemble the Handpiece and place it on a Slow Speed Motor & Run for 30 Seconds.
Step 5: After Autoclave the Handpiece, allow to cool gradually for 30 Minutes to Room Temperature.
Step 6: If Handpiece is still Discharging Black Oil, Repeat Steps 1 - 4.
Tips & Tricks
Make Sure your Handpiece is Well Lubricated.
Make Sure Autoclave Temperature is at Manufacturers Recommended Temperature (120c).
Do Not Subject your Handpiece to Any Heat above 132c/210f.
We Suggest to Maintain Your Autoclave/Sterilizer Regularly.
Do Not Lubricate a Hot Handpiece.
We suggest Not To Reuse Burs.
Make Sure Chuck Mechanism & Handpiece is Cleaned and Lubricated After Every Use.
Check our Main Causes of Handpiece Failure for Details.