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Utilisateur de l’autoclave Eagle® Century™ à double

Michel J. Tremblay, Directeur


2705 boul. Laurier; RC709

portes du laboratoire de biosécurité de niveau 3.


Sainte-Foy (Québec)
CANADA G1V 4G2

Fax. (418) 654-2715


Tel. (418) 654-2705

Je, __________________________(car. d’imprimerie), m’engage à :

1. Lire et de m’assurer d’avoir compris le manuel d’instruction ci-joint.


2. Recevoir une formation pratique donnée par, et uniquement par,
M. Michel Ouellet ou M. Réjean Cantin afin de me familiariser avec
l’utilisation de l’autoclave.
3. Respecter les heures d’utilisation permises, soit de 16h00 à 8h00 le
lendemain du lundi au vendredi et en tout temps samedi et dimanche.
4. Toujours accorder la priorité aux besoins du P3, et ce même pendant les
heures mentionnées au point 3.
5. Inscrire, lors de CHAQUE utilisation, mon nom complet, ma rangée, la
date et l’heure du démarrage d’un cycle d’autoclave de façon LISIBLE
sur le registre prévu à cet effet affiché dans la salle d’autoclave.
6. Vider l’autoclave de son contenu dans l’heure suivant la fin du cycle.
7. Avertir un responsable de l’autoclave si une alarme ou un bris survient
lors de l’utilisation de l’autoclave.
8. Ne pas changer la programmation des cycles d’autoclavages sans la
permission d’un responsable.
9. Ne jamais donner de formation sur l’utilisation de cet autoclave à une
autre personne.

Par ma signature, je confirme avoir lu et compris les conditions d’utilisation


énoncées ci-dessus et m’engage à les respecter. Je comprends aussi que le
non-respect de ces conditions entraînera le retrait de mes privilèges en tant
qu’utilisateur autorisé.

Signature : _____________________________ Date : _____________

RÉSERVÉ AUX RESPONSABLES DE LA FORMATION

Date de formation : ____________________

_________________________________
Signature Michel Ouellet

_________________________________
Signature Réjean Cantin
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

AMSCO Scientific
EagleBCenturyTMSeries
Gravity Sterilizer

(7119/93) P-129367-549
Rev. 0

a1994 - A M S C O All nghts reserved Printed in U.S.A


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A WORD FROM AMSCO

This manual contains important information on proper use of the Scientific


Eagle@CenturyTM Series Gravity Sterilizer.All personnelinvolvedin the
use of this equipment must carefully review and comply with
the warnings, cautions and instructions contained in this
manual. These instructions are important to protect the health and safety
of personnel operating an Eagle Century Series sterilizer and should be
retained in a conveniently accessible area for quick reference.
This sterilizer is specifically designed to process goods using only the cycles
as specified in this manual. If there is any doubt about a specific material or
product, contact the manufacturer of the product for the recommended
sterilization technique.
AMSCO carries a complete line of accessories for use with this sterilizer to
simplify, organize and assure sterility of the sterilization process. Instrument
trays and biological/chemical monitoring systems are all available to fulfill
your facility's processing needs. An AMSCO representativewill gladly review
these with you.

/////////////////////////////////////////////////// A thorough preventive maintenance program is essential to safe and proper


Service Information sterilizer operation. Comprehensive instructions for routine preventive
//////////////////////////////////////////////////// maintenance can be found in the Routine Maintenance, P-129367-410,
provided.
You are encouraged to contact AMSCO concerning our Preventive Mainte-
nance Agreement. Under the terms of this agreement, preventive mainte-
nance, adjustments, and replacementof worn partsare done on ascheduled
basis to assure equipment performance at peak capability and to help avoid
untimely or costly interruptions. AMSCO maintains a nationwide staff of well
equipped, factory-trained technicians to provide this service, as well as
expert repair services. Please contact your AMSCO representative for
details.

A summary of the safety precautions to be observed when operating this


Advisory equipment can be found in Section 1 of this manual. Do not operate the
sterilizer until you have become familiar with this information.
This sterilizer is not designed to process flammable liquids nor liquids in
containers that are not designed for sterilization. Any alteration of the
sterilizer which affects its operation will void the warranty and could violate
state and local regulations and jeopardize insurance coverage.

Table of Contents Operating lnsiructions


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Title Page

I SUMMARY OF WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS


. . . . . . . . . . . .m 1-1

TECHNIQUES OF STERILIZATION ............................ 2-1


General ......................................................................................
2-1
Recommended Sterilization Variables ......................................... 2-1
Gravity Cycle ...................................................................2-1
Liquid Cycle ........................................................................ 2-2
Recommendations for Sterilizing Liquids .................................. 2-2
Recommendations for Enhancing the Sterilization Process ........ 2-3
Control Measures for Verifying Sterilization Process ...................2-4
Biological Monitors ................................................................ 2-4
Constructing a Test Pack ......................................................2-5

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION ................................3-1


Main Power Disconnect Switch ...............................................3-2
Supply Valves .............................................................................. 3-2
Control Panel ............................................................................ 3-3
Touch Screen ........................................................................ 3-3
Printer ....................................................................................
3-4
Unload End Control Panel (Double Door Units) .......................... 3-5
Vertical Sliding Door ....................................................................3-6
Power Door Operation ........................................................ 3-6
Manual Operation of Power Door ..........................................3-6
Emergency Door Operation ............................................... 3-7
Optional Electric Steam Generator ....................................... 3-8
Daily Generator Start Up Procedure .....................................3-8

CONTROL INTERFACE ............................................4-1


General ........................................................................................4-1
Cycle Select Menu ......................................................................4-2
Processing Cycles ................................................................ 4-2
Out of Cycle Options Menus ....................................................... 4-4

STERILIZER OPERATION .........................................5-11


Before Operating Sterilizer ..........................................................5-1
Load Sterilizer ............................................................................ 5-2
Sterilizer Equipped with Rack and Shelves .......................... 5-2
Sterilizer Equipped with Loading Car ................................. 5-3
Gravity Cycle Operation ............................................................5-4
Liquid Cycle Operation ................... . . .................................... 5-10
Aborting Cycles ......................................................................... 5-15

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Table of Contents Operating instructtons 129367-549
Tkbie of Contents (continued)
Section Title Page

6 ENTERING ACCESS CODE ........................................6-1


Sterilizer Usage Locked Out ......................................................
6-1
Change Values Menu Locked Out ............................................. 6-2

7 PROGRAMMING CYCLE VALUES ..............................7-1


Access Cycle Menu .Change Cycle Values ...............................7-2
Change Values Procedure ..........................................................
7-4

8 PROGRAMMING OPERATING PARAMETERS ............ 8-1


Access Change Values Menu ............................................... 8-1
Time/Date ....................................................................................
8-2
Too Long In Phase ...................................................................... 8-4
Setup ...........................................................................................
8-8
Temp/Pres Units ................................................................... 8-9
Audible Signals ................................................................. 8-12
Utility Shutdown .................................................................. 8-14
Print Format ....................................................................... 8-20
Duplicate Print .................................................................... 8-22
Turn Off Printer................................................................... 8-23

9 OUT OF CYCLE OPTIONS ........................................ 9-1


General ........................................................................................
9-1
Status Print ................................................................................9-2
Duplicate Print .......................................................................... 9-3
Paper Feed ................................................................................. 9-3
Change Values ............................................................................ 9-4
Display Values .............................................................................9-4
Cycles ...................................................................................
9-5
Time/Date ........................................................................... 9-8
Too Long in Phase ................................................................9-9
Setup .....................................................................................
9-9
Print Values ........................................................................... 9-11
All Values ............................................................................9-11
All Values Changed ............................................................ 9-12
A Particular Cycle .......................................................... 9-12
Standby .................................................................................
9-14
Display Sensors ....................................................................9-15

Operating instructions Table of Contents


SCCabe
i of Contents (continued)
Section Title Page

9 OUT OF CYCLE OPTIONS (continued)


Supervisory .........................................................................
9-16
Change Customer Name ............................................... 9-18
Change Sterilizer ID ............................................................9-19
Default Values ....................................................................9-20
Change Access Codes .......................................................9-20
Display Access Codes ........................................................9-30
RS-232 Interface ................................................................ 9-32
Override Interlocks ............................................................. 9-33
Service Mode ............................................................................
9-34

Appendix A SCREEN REFERENCE TABLE ....................................A - I

Table of Contents Operating lnstrucbons


SUMMARY OF WARNINGS AND CAUWONS

The following is a summary of the safety precautions which must be observed when operating this equipment.
WARNINGS indicate the potential for danger to personnel, and CAUTIONS indicate the potential for damage to
equipment. These precautions are repeated (in whole or in part), where applicable, throughout the manual. Carefully
read all safety precautions before using the equipment.

WARNING * EXPLOSION HAZARD:


A This sterilizer is not designed to process flammable liquids.
A DOnot operate this sterilizer in the presence of flammable compounds.
WARNING - BURN HAZARD:
A When sterilizing liquids. to prevent personal injury or property damage resulting from bursting bottles and hot
flu~d,you must observe the following procedures:
Use LIQUID cycle only; no other cycle is safe for processing liquids.
Use only vented closures; do not use screw caps or rubber stoppers with crimped seal.
Use only Type I borosilicate glass bottles; do not use ordinary glass bottles or any container not designed for
sterilization.
Do not allow hot bottles to be jolted; this can cause hot-bottle explosions. Do not move bottles if any boiling
or bubbling is present.

Do not attempt to open the door if a "Water In Chamber" alarm condition exists. Call a qualified service technician
before attempting to use to the sterilizer further.

A Before daily flushing of the generator, generator must be at 0 psig and cooled to room temperature.
A When loading or unloadingthe sterilizer, always wear protective gloves and apron (also face shield if processing
liquids). Sterilizer and shelveslloading car will be hot after running a cycle.

A generator
Sterilizer operator may be severly burned by scalding water if the water level control malfunctions. The steam
level control may malfunction if the supply water exceeds 26,000 ohmslcm (38.5 micro-mhos
conductivity min.). Do not connect to treated water (e.g., distilled, reverse osmosis, deionized) unless water
resistivity is determined to be acceptable. If water exceeds 26,000 ohmslcm, contact AMSCO Engineering
Service for information concerning modifications required to the generator control system.

WARNING - FALL HAZARD:


A Toandprevent falls, keep floors dry by immediately wiping up any spilled liquids or condensation in sterilizer loading
unloading areas.

WARNING = PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD:


A ofWhen closing the chamber door, keep hands and arms out of the door opening and make sure opening is clear
any obstructions..

Summary of Warn~ngsand Cautions Operating lnstruct~ons


CAUTION - POSSIBLE EQUIPMENT DAMAGE:
A Do not attempt to open sterilizer door unless chamber pressure is at 0 psig.
A Failure to flush generator on a daily basis could result in generator malfunctions.
A Before flushing generator, make sure generator drain valve is fully open.

Operabng lnstiuc6ons Summary of Warnrngs and Cautions


TECHNIQUES OF STERILIZATION

The information in this section is intended as a general guide to steam


rn
sterilization techniques. For a more detailed description of this subject, refer
to the following publications available from AMSCO:
AMSCO Techniques Manual (MK-2085)
Wet Pack Problem Solving Guide (MK-3099)
AMSCO also recommends reference to the standards of Association for the
Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI).

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- Prior to sterilization, all materials and articles must be thoroughly cleaned.
General After sterilization, most goods should be stored for no longer than 30 days,
................................................ depending on wrapping materials.
For sterilization of articles or materials not covered in this section, contact the
manufacturer of the article for recommended procedure. Cycle times and
temperatures not covered in this manual should always be validated for
efficiency before processing loads.*
For in-depth training, AMSCO offers a wide range of educationkraining programs
designed to meet the educational needs of scientific industries. Contact AMSCO for
details.

** Gravity Cycle Refer to Table 2-1 for the type of items which can be processed in a Gravity
cycle and the recommended cycle parameters.

Table 2-1. Gravity Cycle Parameters

* If items which can trap air must be sterilized upright, they should be sterilized in a
prevacuum cycle.
'"Goods will be wet when removed from sterilizer.
"**Dry time can vary for wrappedgoods depending on pack density, weight of goods, pack
preparation technique including type of wrapping material used, and sterijizer loading
procedures. 2- 1
Tecnniques of Sterilization Operating Instructions 129367-549
N Liquid Cycle Refer to Table 2-2 for recommended Liquid cycle parameters. The recom-
mended times indicated in Table 2-2 assume the use of vented bottles or
A WARNING - EXPLOSION Erlenmeyerflasks. The "minimum sterilizationtime" includes the time required
to bring the solution up to the sterilize temperature plus the time required to
HAZARD: This sterilizer is
not designed to process achieve sterilization.
flammable liquids. NOTE: Load probes and F, option will allow you to optimize cycle times.
WARNING - BURN HAZARD:
A When sterilizing liquids, you Table 2-2. Liquid Cycle Parameters No Load Probes-
must observe the following
procedures: Volume of Liquid Minimum Recommended
in One Container Sterilize Time* at 121"C (250°F)
Use LIQUID cycle only.
minutes
Use only vented closures.
Use only Type I borosili- 75 mL 25
cate glass bottles.
Do not allow hot bottles to
be jolted.

* Minimum sterilize times are based on obtaining a IQ6 Sterility Assurance Level
(SAL) with standard test loads. Your specific loads may require different sterilize
times to achieve this level of sterility, or you may require a different SAL.

m
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-L IMPORTANT: Please read the following paragraphs before sterilizing any
Recommendafions liquids in your sterilizer.
for Sterilizing Liquids The Eagle Century Series sterilizer is designed to process liquids only when
V///////////////////////////////////////////////m borosilicate containers with vented closures are used.

A WARNING - EXPLOSION Borosilicate glass is required because it is a superior glass capable of


resisting thermal shock. If glass not as thermally resistant is used, a greater
HAZARD: This sterilizer is potential for bursting exists.
not designed to process
flammable liquids. Vented closures are required because, by design, they release internal
pressure build-up by automatically venting the containers, whereas pressure
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WARNING BURN HAZARD: in unvented containers remains until the contents have cooled. Exam~lesof
When sterilizing liquids, you vented closures are shown in Figure 2-1.
must observe the following Sterilizing liquids in any other type of container or with the use of non-vented
procedures: closures requires a sterilizer specifically designed for that purpose.
Use LIQUID cycle only. When loading, place small bottles in a separate basket to minimize sliding.
Use only vented closures. Always use side rails on the loading - car to prevent containers or baskets from
Use only Type I borosili- falling off.
cate glass bottles.
Do not allow hot bottles to
be jolted.

Operating Instructtons
Before Sterilization w,

After Sterilization --
Morton Closure
/

Q
Morton Closure

Tab

Tab

Figure 2-1. Vented Closures

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Saturated steam is a well controlled, reliable method for processing items
Recommendations which can withstand the temperatures and pressures associated with steam
sterilization. The requirements for achieving reproducible results are well
for Enhancing the known by many users, but are not always understood by all users.
Sterilization Process
///////////////////////////////////////////////////A The condition most likely to result in sterilization problems is a failure to
remove all of the air from the items being processed. For example, placing
an empty beaker or bowl in an upright position in a gravity displacement
sterilizer may result in the object not being sterilized, or may require
exceptionally long sterilization times. This problem is due to the fact air has
almost twice the density as does saturated steam under the same conditions.
Thus, the air sits in the bottom of the container, and the steam forms a stable
layer over the air. This effect is similar to oil forming a stable layer over water.
As long as there is no mechanism for actively mixing the two, the bottom of
the container will only see dry heat, which is not an effective sterilization
method at the temperatures typically used in steam processes.
There are two methods for enhancing the sterilization of solid bottom
containers in gravity displacement cycles. These are:
Place 1 to 2 mLof water in the bottom of each container. The expansion
of the water into steam as the product is heated will force most of the air
out of the object, thus allowing steam to reach all surfaces and effect
sterilization.
The better, more reliable method is to orient all objects in a manner which
would allow water to flow out. When the steam enters the chamber, it will
tend to layer over the air. However, the object is now oriented so the air
can flow out. As the air flows out of the container, it will be replaced by
the steam. The steam can now reach all surfaces and effect sterilization.

Techniaues of Sterilization Operabng lnstrocbons


Objects which do not allow easy passage of steam or air cannot be effectively
sterilized with any steam process. For example, pipette cans with lids in
place do not allow all the air to flow out, or the steam to flow in. In a gravity
cycle, these items have a high probability of being non-sterile.
Items which are hermetically sealed (e.g., empty screw cap bottles) cannot
be sterilized by any steam process because the steam cannot get into the
device, and air cannot get out. If you must process these items, make certain
the screw caps are loosened at least one half turn (more would be better).
Verify your process is capable of sterilizing these objects by running
biological indicators in the bottom of the bottle. If the biological indicators are
not killed, the caps need to be loosened even further, or the bottles need to
be sterilized separatelyfrom the caps (cover the bottles with Kraft paper, peel
pouches or some other steam permeable material).

m
-mmk Steam sterilizers should be tested weekly, preferably daily, to verify the
Conf ref Measures for sterilization process and minimize the possibility of a load recall.
Verifying Sterilization
Process
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>> Biological Monitors The best way to verify the sterilization process or to assure sterility of an article
is to use a biological monitor.
A live spore test utilizing B. stearothermophilus is the most reliable form of
biological monitoring.AMSCO recommends that Proof Dual-Pack@*or prod-
ucts such as AMSCO's Proof PlusB* and SpordeP* be used daily to test the
sterilizer (see Figure 2-2). These products utilize controlled populations of a
controlled resistance so that survival time and kill time can be demonstrated.
To verify sterilization process, insert the Proof Plus or Spordex in a test pack
and place pack at the bottom front of the rack. Run test pack through a typical
cycle. On completion of cycle, forward the test pack and monitor to appro-
priate personnel for examination.
* Proof Dual-Pack, Proof Plus and Spordex are available from your local AMSCO
representative. Refer to Table 2-3 for ordering information.

Figure 2-2. Biologi~alMonitors


Operating InstrucGons Techniques of Sterilization
r> Constructing a Test The recommended AAMI Standard test pack consists of 24 towels, approxi-
Pack mately 36 x 3 6 (914 x 914 mm), folded three times to give six layers of fabric.
The towel material should be coarse, absorbent, durable cotton. Approxi-
mate size of pack is 8-112 x 11" (216 x 27'9 mm).
Construct a test pack by stacking the folded towels and placing a single
Chemdi Daily Record Sheet* between the twelfth and thirteenth towel. Wrap
towels in two double thickness, 36 x 3 6 (914 x 914 mm) muslin wrappers and
secure pack with tape.
* Chemdi Daily Record Sheet is available from your local AMSCO representative.
Refer to Table 2-3 for ordering information.

Table 2-3. Sterilization Supply Products

Description Package Size Reorder Number

Proof Dual Pac&@Biological indicator Case of 40


Proof Pluse Biological Indicator Box of 100"
Sporde* ST lo6 Box of 100
DARTfmDaily Air Removal Test Pack Box of 50*
Chemdit@
Daily Record Sheets Box of 50
Steam Indicator Tape, 314" x 60 yds. Case of 48 Rolls*
Eagiepac" Self-seal Pouch, 5-114" x 10" Case of 1000"
AutopoP Solution Flask, 1000 ml Case of 1O*
Disposable Flask Closures Bag of 100
Chemspori* 2 Biologicai indicator Box of loo*
SpordeP Suspensions 10 mL Vial

Techniques of Sterilization Operahng instructions


COMPONENT /DENT/F/CAT/ON
IEl
The Eagle Century Series sterilizers are steam-jacketed sterilizers designed
to process a variety of loads using saturated steam under pressure and
gravity air removal principles.
Sterilizer is equipped with a fully-programmable microcomputer control
system capable of storing process cycles for sterilizing hard goods, lightly
wrapped porous loads and liquid loads in vented containers. The control
system monitors and automatically controls all cycle operations and functions.
Before operating the sterilizer, it is important to become familiar with the
location and function of all major components and controls (see Figure 3-1).

Control Panel

Power Vertical
Sliding Door i

* Front cabinet panel is hinged for convenient access


to sterilizer piping and control board housing.

Figure 3-1. Eagle Century Series Sterilizer

Component identtf~cation Operating Inst-uctions


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The Main Power Disconnect Switch, located behind the front cabinet panel,
Main Power controls power supply to the sterilizer and control system (see Figure 3-2).
Disconnect Switch IMPORTANT: This switch should remain in the ON position at all times for
'///////////////////////////////////////////////////A normal unit operation.

Main Power

Figure 3-2. Main Power Disconnect Switch

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Supply valves to the sterilizer are located behind the front cabinet panel.
Supply Valves Steam supply valve is located above the chamber door (see Figure 3-3);
'//////////////////////////////////////////////////A water supply valve is located below the chamber door (see Figure 3-3).
NOTE: If unit is equipped with electric steam generator, refer to "Optional
Electric Steam Generator", included in this section, for location of the
generator water supply valve.
IMPORTANT: Both supply valves to the sterilizer should remain in the ON
position at all times for normal unit operation.

Steam Supply Water Supply Valve


Valve

Steam Valve Located Above


Chamber Door Water Valve Located Below Chamber Door

Figure 3-3. Steam and Water Supply Valves to the Sterilizer

Operating Instructions Component Identification


performance from the control pane!.

Qcle
Printout

--z
Printer

Touch
Screen
"- Touch
Screen

rn Printer Access
Door
Printer Access Door Closed Printer Access Door Open

Figure 3-4. Control Panel

>a Touch Screen The touch screen allows the user to operate and program the sterilizer control
by touching (pressing) the appropriate touch-sensitive areas on the display.
On each screen, all rectangular-outlined boxes are touch-sensitive areas,
referred to as "buttons"(see Figure 3-5).
Refer to Section 4, Control Interface, for further details on interfacing with the
control system's touch screen.

Cycle in Progress 1
Screen Reference
Number
Phase in Progress
Phase Status
Current Chamber Status

Projected Cycle Completion Time


(approximate time remaining in
cycie -actual ttme may vary)

Abort Bufton -
(Touch-sensltrve Are
- Status Print
Button
(Touch-sensitive
Area)

Figure 3-5. Example of In-cycle Touch Screen

Component identif~catton Operating Instructions


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............................
* AMSCO S C I E N T I F I C
* EAGLE CENTURY S E R I E S
* GRAVITY S T E R I L I Z E R
* MADE I N U.S.A.
........................
rr

*
*
*
*
Printer

Operabng
Mode
Ink-on-paper printer records all cycle data on 2-114 inch wide paper. The
generated printout is visible when the printer access door is closed (see
Figure 3-4).
All printerfunctions are controlled using the touch screen. For detailson each
of the printer functions, refer to Section 4, Control interface.
The following is an example of a typical in-cycle printout in the full print
format (see Figure 3-6).
........................
------- GRAVITY ========
---,---
NOTE: Extendedprint format is available; refer to "Print FormatninSection 8.
........................
CYCLE START AT 7:48:24A Operating Mode
ON 2/08/94
CYCLE COUNT 0 When sterilizer is placed in the Operating mode, the generated printout
OPERATOR
Cycle lists the sterilizer type and manufacturer.
Start
STERILIZER GRA 0 1
CYCLE TYPE GRAVITY
Cycle Start
CYCLE NO. 2
When a cycle is started, the generated printout lists name of cycle started,
STER TEMP = 121.OC time and date the cycle was started, the current cycle count (number of
CONTROL TEMP = 122.5C
STER TIME = 0:30:00 cycles run since original start up of unit), the operator's name, the sterilizer
DRY TIME = 0:01:00- ID number, the default cycle number and type, and the programmed
parameters for the cycle started.
NOTE: Cycle count value may be changed in Senlice mode.
In-Cycle Performance
During a cycle, the generated printout lists the current time, chamber
pressure and chamber temperature at each transition point.
End-of-Cycle Performance Summary
In-Cycle At the end of a cycle, the generated printout lists number of cycles run that
erformance day, the maximum and minimum chamber temperatures reached during
the sterilize phase, processing times for key phases and the total cycle
time.
0 Alarm Condition
When an alarm condition occurs, the generated printout (see Figure 3-7)
lists the type of alarm and time, chamber temperature and chamber
pressure when it occurred.
NOTE: Refer to Routine Maintenance, P- 129367-410, forlisting ofpossible
alarm conditions.

End-of-Cycle * ALARM
Performance PRESSURE I N CHAMBER
Summary
F 10:07:23A 61.7C 34.OP

+ Full Print Fomat Shown


Full Print Format Shown
Figure 3-7. Sample Alarm Printout
Figure 3-6. Sample In-cycle
Printout

Operating lnstructfons Component Identification


QZ+X+~-~~-'~ On sterilizers equipped with double doors, an additional control panel is also
Unload End provided on the sterilizer'sunload end. The unload end control panel features
a touch screen similar to the one at the load end of the sterilizer (see Figure
~ ~Panel ~3-8). Cycle operation
t ~ ~ l
can be started, monitored and aborted using this touch
(Double Door Units) screen. The touch screen display concurrently shows the same screen as the
................................................... display at the load end of th sterilize,.

NOTE: If sterilizer is equipped with optional dual control capability,cycle value


changes and other program adjustments can also be made from the unload
end control panel.

I1

-"Touch
Screen

i=/\ Control Panel


Access Door

Control Panel Access Door Closed Control Panel Access Door Open

Figure 3-8. Unload End Control Panel

Componentidentitcation Cjperabng Instructions


'//////////////////////////////////////////////////A A vertical sliding door provides access to the sterilizer chamber. The door is
Vertical Sliding Door counter-balanced and motor driven for smooth and easy travel when the
..................................................... sterilizer is out of cycle.

rr Power Door Operation The sliding door movement is controlled by a foot pedal.
NOTE: If sterilker is equipped with double doors, each door is operated from
the end at which it is located.
A JURY
WARNING - PERSONAL IN-
HAZARD: When clos-
When door is closed, press and releasethe foot pedal to automatically open
(lower) the chamber door (see Figure 3-9).
ing the chamber door, keep
hands and arms out of the * When door is open, press and release the foot pedal to automatically close
door opening and make sure (raise) the chamber door.
opening is clear of any When door is partially open, press and release the foot pedal to automati-
obstructions. cally raise the chamber door to the fully closed position.
IMPORTANT: Keep chamber door closed between cycles and when
sterilizer is not in use.

Figure 3-9.Foot Pedal

a Manual Operation of If power door cannot be operated using the foot pedal (such as during a
Power Door power failure or if the drive mechanism is inoperative), it is still possible to
operate the door manually.
WARNING - PERSONAL IN-
A JURY Using hand pressure, pull up or push down on the door handle to operate the
HAZARD: When clos- door.
ing the chamber door, keep
hands and arms out of the NOTE: Increased effort is required to manually slide the door. Do not try to
door opening and make sure raise or lower door rapidly as fast operation may damage the door drive
opening is clear of any mechanism.
obstructions.
-

Operating lnsauctions Component identificauon


,, Emergency Door The following emergency procedure should only be used in instanceswhere
Operation the sterilizer has lost either electrical or water utilities, and a load is sealed in
the chamber. This procedure requires manually releasing the door seal by
pressing on the door and pushing the seal back into the groove.

A WARNING - BURN HAZARD:


Do not attempt to open the
1. Open front cabinet panel. Open manual exhaust valve to exhaust remain-
ing steam from the chamber (see Figure 3-10). Leave valve open during
emergency procedure.
door if a "Water In Chamber"
alarm condition exists. Call 2. Using the pressure tool provided, press on the upper left hand and right
a qualified service techni- hand corners of the chamber door as shown in Figure 3-10. The door
cian beforeattemptingto use should give inward slightly, indicating that the seal has been compressed
the sterilizer further. into the groove.
A toCAUTION: DO not attempt
open sterilizer door un-
3. Close the front cabinet panel and pull down on the door handle. Door
movement will be stiff, so extra pressure will be necessary to lower the
less chamber pressure is at door.
0 psig.
4. Once door is open, do not use the sterilizer until the unit has been
examined by a qualified service technician. Further use without proper
attention may damage the sterilizer.
5. Close manual exhaust valve.

8
Press on Upper Left
Hand and Right Hand
Corners by Pulling
Pressure Tool Away

Figure 3-10. Emergency Door Operation

Com~onentidentification Operating Instructions


.

-
.............................
* AMSCO S C I E N T I F I C *
* EAGLE CENTURY S E R I E S
* GRAVITY S T E R I L I Z E R * to screen #1 and generates a printed record of the sterilizer type (see Figure
* MADE I N U . S . A . t
........................ 4-1).

Figure 4-1. Sample Printout

Contrcl Interface Operaung lnstrucbcns


Screen #l
is the main menu screen. Customer name also appears on this
screen.

Pressing CYCLE SELECT advances display to the Cycle Select menu


(screen #2). Refer to "Cycle Select Menu" included in this section.
PressingOPTIONS advances display to the first of two Out of Cycle Options
menus (screen #13). Refer to "Out of Cycle Options Menus" included in this
section.
If sterilizer is equipped with double doors, screen #I is replaced by screen
#63. Screen #63 includes a SEAL DOOR button in addition to the CYCLE
SELECT and OPTIONS buttons. Pressing SEAL DOOR seals the load end
or unload end door as programmed. Door can only be sealed from the touch
screen located on the same end. Refer to Section 7, Programming Cycle
Values, for instructions on programming the interlock feature.
NOTE: If door is currently sealed, the touch screen button will read UNSEAL
DOOR. Pressing this button will unseal door as programmed.

V/////////////////////////////////////////////////A All processing cycles must be selected and started using the Cycle Select
Cycle Select Menu menu screen (#2).
....................................................

,, Processing Cycles After pressing CYCLE SELECT on screen #I, screen #2 appears showing six
preprogrammed processing cycles.

Pressing MORE CYCLES displays


Cycles 7 through 12 on screen #2.
Pressing ,WAIN MENU returns dispiay to
screen #I.

Operating Instructions Control Interface


Pressing a cycle button advances display to a screen listing the corre-
sponding cycle parameters.
For example: If GRAVITY button on screen #2 is pressed, the cycle param-
eters screen #6 appears. Screen lists the cycle parameters programmed for
the selected gravity cycle. Similar cycle parameters screens appear after
pressing LIQUID button.
NOTE: Processing cycle parameters can be changed by the operator/super-
visor. Refer to Section 7, Programming Cycle Values.

Pressing PREVIOUS returns display to


screen #2.

PressingSTART CYCLE initiates the selected cycle and advances display


to the first in-cycle status screen (#9). Refer to Section 5, Sterilizer Operation,
before running a processing cycle.

Control Interface
....................................................
All other sterilizer functions, including cycle programming and printer opera-
Out of Cycle Options tion, are accessed through the Out of Cycle Options menu screens (#I 3 and
Menus #87). Section 9, Out of Cycle Options, describes each function accessible
'//////////////////////////////////////////////////A
from these menu screens.
After pressing OPTIONS on screen #1, screen #13 appears showing six out-
of-cycle functions.

Pressing NEXT advances display to


screen #87.
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to
screen #l.

PressingSTATUS PRiNTgenerates a printout listing the time of day and


current readings from the pressure and temperature probes. Refer to
Section 9 for more information.
PressingDUPLICATE PRINT generates a printout of cycle data from the
last completed cycle. Refer to Section 9 for more information.
Pressing and holding PAPER FEED continually advances the printer
paper. Refer to Section 9 for more information.
Pressing CHANGE VALUES provides access to the Change Values
menu. User may program the cycle values and sterilizer operating param-
eters from the Change Values menu. Refer to Section 7, Programming
Cycle Values, and Section 8, Programming Operating Parameters, for
further information.
Pressing DISPLAY VALUES allows user to view the current pro-
grammed cycle values and operating parameters. Refer to Section 9 for
more information.
Pressing PRINT VALUES allows user to generate a printout of the
current programmed cycle values and operating parameters. Refer to
Section 9 for more information.

Operating Instructions Control interface


After pressing NEXT on screen #13, screen #87 appears showing the
remaining out-of-cycle functions.

Pressing PREVIOUS returns display to


screen #13.
Pressing MAlN MENU returns display to
screen # I .

Pressing STANDBY places sterilizer in the Standby mode and returns


display to screen #O. Refer to Section 9 for more information.
Pressing DISPLAY SENSORS allows user to view the current tempera-
ture and pressure readings. Refer to Section 9 for more information.
Pressing SUPERVISORY provides access to the Supervisory mode.
Refer to Section 9 for more information.
Pressing SERVICE MODE provides access to the Service mode. Refer
to Section 9 for more information.

Control interface Operating Instructions


STERILIZER OPERATION

QZGWZ+Z-~~- The following steps must be performed prior to daily sterilizer usage.
eratin§ I . Open chamber door and check that drain strainer is clean and in place
erilizer (see Figure 5-1).
///////////////////////////////////////////////////A
2. Check that chamber interior is clean and close chamber door. Refer to

A WARNING - FALL HAZARD: Routine Maintenance, P- 129367-410, if cleaning is necessary.


3. Open front cabinet panel on load end of the sterilizer. Verify that steam and
To prevent falls, keep floors
dry by immediately wiping water supply valves to the sterilizer are on (see Figure 5-2). Close cabinet
up any spilled liquidsorcon- panel.
densation in sterilizer load- 4. If sterilizer is equipped with an integral electric steam generator, flush and
ing and unloading areas. start up generator as outlined in "Daily Generator Start Up Procedure"
found in Section 3.
5. Open printer access door. Check that sufficient amount of printer paper is
available. A colored warning stripe is visible when paper roll is near the
end. Refer to Routine Maintenance, P-129367-410, if the paper roll needs
replaced.

Steam SUDD~V

in
ner

Figure 5-1. Check Chamber


Drain Strainer
Water Supply Valve

Steam Valve Located


Above Chamber Door

Water Valve Located Beiow Chamber Door


Figure 5-2. Steam and Water Supply Valves
5-1
Sterilizer O~eration Operating instructions 129367-549
6. Close printer access door and press the EAGLE on screen #O. Steam
enters the sterilizer jacket and heats jacket to 115OC (239°F). Printer
records sterilizer type.

NOTE: If access code feature is activated, an assigned four-digit code must


be correctly entered before operator can use the sterilizer, Refer to Section 6,
Entering Access Code.
7 . Load sterilizer chamber as outlined in "Load Sterilizer",next in this section.

1. Open chamber door.


2. Slide shelf half way out of the sterilizer chamber (see Figure 5-3).
3. Place load on shelf and slide shelf back into the chamber. Make sure
Iterilizer Equipped with shelves are completely inside the chamber before closing door.
Rack and Shelves
4. Close chamber door. The sterilizer is now ready to run a processing cycle.
A WARNING - BURN HAZARD:
When loading or unloading
Refer to appropriate "Cycle Operation", included in this section, for
instructions on running the cycle.
the sterilizer, always wear
protective gloves and apron
(also face shield if process-
ing liquids). Sterilizer and
shelves/loading car will be
hot after running a cycle.
A JURY
WARNING - PERSONAL IN-
HAZARD: When clos-
ing the chamber door, keep
hands and arms out of the
door opening and make sure
opening is clear of any ob-
structions.

Figure 5-3. Slide Shelf Half Way out of Chamber

Operabng lnstrucbons Ster~iizerOperatton


~ f l The Gravity cycle
~ is designed for ~sterilizing heat- and
~ moisture-stabile goods
~ ~

Gravity Cycle at 100" to 141°C (212' to 285OF).


Operat ion 1. Before running this cycle, refer to "Before Operating Sterilizer" and "Load

a
/////////////////////////////////////////////////// Sterilizer" at beginning of this section.

WARNING -
EXPLOSION
2. Press
HAZARD: Do not operatethis
sterilizer in the presence of
flammable compounds.

Pressing OPTIONS advances display to


the first Out of Cycle Options menu
(screen #13).

3. Press GRAVITY button.

Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to


screen # I .

4. Verify cycle parameters listed for the selected Gravity cycle are acceptable.
If listed cycle parameters are not acceptable, press PREVIOUS button
and refer to Section 7, Programming Cycle Values, for instructions on
changing cycle parameters.

Pressing PREVIOUS t
screen #2.

Operating lnslructions Sterilizer Operation


To begin Gravity cycle operation, press START CYCLE.
NOTE: If START CYCLE is pressed while the chamber door is open, a
display screen will appear directing the operator to close door before
continuing cycle operation. Operator must reselect the cycle after door is
closed.
NOTE: If a cycle is started when the sterilizer has not been fully calibrated,
a display screen will appear indicating that the control is not calibrated.
Sterilizer must be calibrated by a qualified service technician before
processing loads.

Pressing PREVIOUS returns display to


screen #2.

Sterilizer automatically progresses through the following cycle phases.


NOTE: If an alarm occurs during cycle operation, refer to Routine
Maintenance, P- 129367-410, for instructions on correcting the alarm
condition
NOTE: If power is lost during cycle operation, cycle either continues in
same phase or aborts if seal pressure is below 10 psig once power is
restored.
Jacket Charge - Jacket charges with steam to l o less than the
programmed sterilize temperature.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I 1. Refer to 'Xborting Cycles",
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Sterilizer Operation Operating instructions


* Activate Seal - Door seal fills with steam and expands against the
sterilizer door opening, forming an air tight seal.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I I. Refer to 'Nborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

0 Purge - Steam flows through the chamber for the programmed time
interval.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I 1. Refer to 'Nborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

NOTE: The projected cycle completion time shown on the display is


estimated. The control automatically evaluates the cycle progress and
corrects the estimated time at the beginning of each phase.
NOTE: Current time, chamber pressure and chamber temperature are
printed at each transition point.

OperaUng instructions Sterilizer O~eratior;


Charge - Chamber charges with steam to the programmed sterilize
temperature.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen #I I. Refer to 'Xborting Cycles",
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Sterilize - Sterilize phase begins when chamber temperature is equal


to or greater than the programmed sterilize temperature. Chamber
temperature is printed every two minutes (or printed after each pro-
grammed print interval). The steam-to-jacket valve is regulated to
maintain the chamber at the sterilize control temperature (control
temperature = sterilize temperature + overdrive temperature).

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen #I I. Refer to "Aborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Fast Exhaust - Chamber is exhausted until chamber pressure


reaches 4 psig.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen #I I. Refer to '%Aborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRlNTgenerates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Steriiczer Ooerabon Operating instructions


Vacuum Dry - A vacuum is drawn in the chamber to the programmed
vacuum dry point.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I 1. Refer to 'Nborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

NOTE: If dry time is programmed for 0minutes, cycle willautomaticallyskip


the Vacuum Dry, Dry and Air Break phases, retract door seal and remove
vapors for 1 minute before completing cycle.
* Dry - Dry phase begins once vacuum level in chamber reaches the
programmed vacuum dry point. Chamber then continues to evacuate
for the programmed time interval.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I I. Refer to 'Nborting Cycles':
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Air Break - Filtered air enters the chamber to relieve the vacuum within
the chamber.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I 1. Refer to 'Nborting Cycles'',
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRlNT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

0pera:ing Instructions Sterilizer Operation


Retract Seal - Steam is exhausted from the door seal.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # ? I . Refer to "Aborting Cycles",
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

NOTE: If sterilizer is equipped with double doors and interlock type 1 or 3


is programmed for this cycle, operator must select which door to unseal by
pressing UNSEAL DOOR on the appropriate touch screen. Refer to
Section 7 for description of interlock types.
Complete - The complete tone sounds and the cycle summary and
end-of-cycle messages are printed.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen #I I. Refer to 'Nborting Cycles",
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilker chamber
status.

I! A WARNING- BURN HAZARD:


When loading or unloading
the sterilizer, always wear
7. Once cycle is complete, open chamber door and unload sterilizer. Display
returns to the main menu (screen #I).
protective gloves and apron
1 (also face shield i f process-
ing liquids). Sterilizer and
shelvesfloading car will be
hot after running a cycle.
A ToWARNING - FALL HAZARD:
prevent falls, keep floors
dry by immediately wiping
up any spilled liquids srcsn-
densation in sterilizer load-
ing and unloading areas.

Sterilizer Operation Operating Instructions


a WARNING - EXPLOSION
HAZARD: Do no operate this
2. Press

sterilizer in the presence of


flammable compounds.
A WARNING - EXPLOSION
HAZARD: This sterilizer is
not designed to process
flammable liquids.
WARNING - BURN HAZARD:
A When sterilizing liquids, you
must observe the following
procedures:
Use LIQUID cycle only.
Use only vented closures.
Use only Type I borosili- 3. Press LIQUID button.
cate glass bottles.
Do not allow hot bottles to
be jolted.

Pressing TEST CYCLES advances


dispiay to screen #3.
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to
screen # I .

4. Verify cycle parameters listed for the selected Liquid cycle are acceptable.
If listed cycle parameters are not acceptable, press PREVIOUSbutton and
refer to Section 7, Programming Cycle Values, for instructionson changing
cycle parameters.

Pressing PREVlOUS returns


screen #2.

Operating Instructions Sterilizer Operat~on


5. To begin Liquid cycle operation, press START CYCLE.
NOTE: If START CYCLE is pressed while the chamber door is open, a
display screen will appear directing the operator to close door before
continuing cycle operation. Operator must reselect the cycle after door is
closed.
NOTE: If a cycle is started when the sterilizer has not been fully calibrated,
a display screen will appear indicating that the control is not calibrated.
Sterilizer must be calibrated by a qualified service technician before
processing loads.

Pressing PREVIOUS returns display to


screen #2.

6. Sterilizer automatically progresses through the following cycle phases.


NOTE: If an alarm occurs during cycle operation, refer to Routine
Maintenance, P- 129367-410, for instructions on correcting the alarm
condition.
NOTE: If power is lost during cycle operation, cycle either continues in
same phase or aborts if seal pressure is below 10 psig once power is
restored.
Jacket Charge - Jacket charges with steam to 1" less than the
programmed sterilize temperature.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen #I I. Refer to "Aborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Sterilizer Operation Operattng Instructions


Activate Seal - Door seal fills with steam and expands against the
sterilizer door opening, forming an air tight seal.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I I. Refer to "Aborting Cycles",
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status,

Purge - Steam flows through the chamber for the programmed time
interval.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I 1. Refer to 'Mborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

NOTE: The projected cycle completion time shown on the display is


estimated. The control automatically evaluates the cycle progress and
corrects the estimated time at the beginning of each phase.
NOTE: Current time, chamber pressure and chamber temperature are
printed at each transition point.

Operabng Instructions Sterilizer Operation


Charge - Chamber charges with steam to the programmed sterilize
temperature.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen #I I. Refer to "Aborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Sterilize- Sterilize phase begins when chamber temperature is equal


to or greater than the programmed sterilize temperature. Chamber
temperature is printed every two minutes (or printed after each pro-
grammed print interval). The steam-to-jacket valve is regulated to
maintain the chamber at the sterilize control temperature (control
temperature = sterilize temperature + overdrive temperature).

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen #I I. Refer to '#Aborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

S l o w E x h a u s t - Chamber is slowly exhausted until chamber pressure


reaches 0 psig.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen #I 1. Refer to 'Aborting Cycles';
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRlNT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Sterilizer Operation Operating Instructions 129?&7-549


Slow Evacuate - A vacuum is slowly drawn in the chamber to
5.0 inHg. This phase ensures that the chamber is cooled to 95OC
(203°F).

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I 1. Refer to "Aborting Cycles':
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Vapor Removal - Filtered air enters the chamber to relieve the


vacuum within the chamber. Steam is exhausted from the door seal.
Chamber vapor vents, through slight opening between seal and door,
into the sterilizer cabinet for six minutes.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen #11. Refer to 'gborting Cycles",
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Complete - The complete tone sounds and the cycle summary and
end-of-cycle messages are printed.

Pressing ABORT advances display to


screen # I I . Refer to "Aborting Cycles':
later in this section.
Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a
printout of the current sterih2er chamber
status.

Operating Instructions Sterilizer Ooeration


a -
WARNING BURN HAZARD:
When loading or unloading
7. Once cycle is complete, open chamber door and unload sterilizer. Display
returns to the main menu (screen #I).
the sterilizer, always wear
protective gloves and apron
(also face shield if process-
ing liquids). Sterilizer and
shelveslloading car will be
hot after running a cycle.
A When
WARNING - BURN HAZARD:
sterilizing iiquids, to
prevent personal injury or
property damage resulting
from bursting bottlesand hot
fluid, do not allow hot bottles
to be jolted. Do not move
bottles if any boiling or bub-
bling is present.
A -
WARNING FALL HAZARD:
To prevent falls, keep floors
dry by immediately wiping
up any spilled liquids orcon-
densation in sterilizer load-
ing and unloading areas.

While
running a processing cycle, it may be necessary to end (abort) the
~/HflH///n/H///mfl~fl//flfl/fl~flflflfl'~
Aborting Cycles
cycle operation due to an incorrect cycle selection or a sterilizer malfunction.
wHmM-HMmAMcycle
m can H H any time during normal unit operation. If a cycle is
be aborted
aborted, the operatorlsupervisor must decide if the chamber load can be
reprocessed.
To abort a cycle in progress:
1. Press ABORT on the in-cycle status screen.

Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a


printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Sterilizer Operatron Operabng InstrucDons


. Screen#11allowsoperatorafinal chance tocontinue with the current cycle
in progress instead of aborting cycle operation.

Pressing CONTINUE CYCLE resumes


cycle operation at the point where it was
interrupted. Display returns to the
corresponding in-cycle status screen.

PressABORT on screen #11. Printer records time the cycle was aborted.
If cycle is aborted while pressure is in the chamber, cycle automatically
advances to the exhaust phase. Control system safely exhausts cham-
ber and removes vapors before unsealing the chamber door.

Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a


printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

If cycle is aborted while a vacuum is in the chamber, cycle automatically


advances to the air break phase. Control system safely relieves
chamber vacuum before unsealing the chamber door.

Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a


printout of the current sterilizer chamber
status.

Operating instructions Steriiizer Ooeration


a -
WARNING BURN HAZARD:
When loading or unloading
4. Once door is unsealed, display returns to the main menu (screen #1) and
sterilizer may be unloaded.
the sterilizer, always wear IMPORTANT: The operatorlsupervisor must decide if the chamber load
protective gloves end apron must be reprocessed after the cycle was aborted.
(also face shield if process-
ing liquids). Sterilizer and
shelveslloading car will be
hot after running a cycle.
A WARNING - FALL HAZARD:
To prevent falls, keep floors
dry by immediately wiping
up any spilled liquids orcon-
densation in sterilizer load-
ing and unloading areas.

Sterilizer Operation
PROGRAMMING CYCLE VALUES
0
The Eagle Century Series sterilizer is factory programmed with default
processing cycles and cycle values (see Table 7-1). These preset values
(parameters) can be modified to process varying loads which occur in the
sterilizer's operating environment.
NOTE: Control will default to the factory-programmed values if a battery or
battery-powered memory failure occurs.
This section outlines how to change the cycle values only. For details on
modifying the sterilizer operating parameters, refer to Section 8, Program-
ming Operating Parameters.

Table 7-1. Default Processing Cycles & Cycle Values (Parameters)

Gravity Cycle (Cycles 1 , 2 and 4) Liquid Cycle (Cycles 3, 5 and 6)


- for sterilizing heat- and moisture- - for sterilizing liquids and media in
stabile materials. vented borosilicate glass or metal
containers.
Purge Time 1:oo
Sterilize Time l5:OO Purge Time = 1:oo
Sterilize Temp. 132°C Sterilize Time = 45:OO
Overdrive 1.5"C Sterilize Temp. = 121°C
Under Temp. I .O0C Overdrive = l.S°C
Over Temp. 6.0°C Under Temp. = 1.O0C
Print Interval 2 min Over Temp. = 6.0°C
Vacuum Dry 10.0 inHg Print Interval = 2 min
Dry Time 5:OO Interlock* = 2
Interlock* 2

* Double Door Units Only

ProgrammingCycle Values Operating Instructions


////////////////////////////////////////////////////To modify the preset cyclevalues, access Cycle Menu -Change Cycle Values
Access Cycle Menu = (screen #15) as follows:
Change Cycle Values 1. Press OPTIONS on screen #1.
///////////////////////////////////////////////////A

Pressing CYCLE SELECT advances


display to the first Cycle Select menu
(screen #2).

2. Press CHANGE VALUES. Printer records the date and time when
Change Values option was selected.

Pressing NEXT advances display to


screen #87.
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to
screen # I .

NOTE: If access code feature is activated, an assigned four-digit code must


be correctly entered before operator can change values. Refer to Section 6,
Entering Access Code.

Operating Instructions Programming CycieValues


3. Press CYCLES button.

Pressing RETURN returns display to


screen #13.
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to
screen # I .

4. Screen #I 5 allows operator to select the cycle to be modified. Pressing the


cycle button corresponding with the cycle to be changed, advances
display into the Change Values procedure for that cycle.
For exarnple: To change the values programmed for the first cyc press
1. GRA\JITY button.

Pressing RETURN returns display to


screen #14.
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to
screen # I .

5. Refer to "ChangeValues Procedure",next in this section, for a step-by-step


example of changing the default Gravity cycle values. The procedures for
changing the Liquid cycle values are the same, with the exception that
some values which can be programmed are different for each cycle.

Programming Cycle Values Operating Instructions


///////////////////////////////////////////////////L The Change Values procedure is used to change preset cycle values
Change Values (parameters) for a particular cycle. The following procedure is an example of
Procedure the Change Values procedure for a Gravity cycle. The cycle phase values
depicted on the touch screen examples are the settings of the default Gravity
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////
cycle.
The procedures for changing the Liquid cycle values are similar, with the
exception that some programmable Liquid cycle values are different.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If preset cycle values are changed, it is necessaryfor
the operator to verify the efficacy of the changed cycle.
1. Access Cycle Menu - Change Cycle Values (screen #15) as described at
the beginning of this section.
2. Press GRAVITY button.

Pressing RETURN returns display to


screen #14.
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to
screen #I.

3. Screen #16 allows operator to choose the type of cycle that will be
assigned to the selected cycle button. The current cycle name and
assigned cycle type are shown at the bottom of the display.
For this example, press GRAVITY to assign a Gravity cycle type.

Pressing CYCLE MENU returns display


to screen #15.

Programming Cycle Values


4. Screen #23 is the first of three menu screens which list the programmable
values for the Gravity cycle type. To change any of the listed cycle values,
press the corresponding button.
N0TE:A definitionof each cycle valueis given on the correspondingdisplay
screen.

Pressing CYCLE MENU returns display


to screen #15.
Pressing NEXT advances display to
screen #24.
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to
screen # I .

PressingCYCLE NAME advances display to screen #77. This screen


allows operator to enter a custom name for the selected cycle.
Enter customized cycle name, maximum of 8 characters, using the
alpha-numeric keypad. Cycle name appears on display as it is being
entered.
NOTE: Custom cycle name appears inside the corresponding touch
screen button on screens #2 and #15, along top of corresponding in-
cycle screens (#9)and on corresponding in-cycle printouts.

Pressing t- or -+ moves the cursor to


the left or right, respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#23.

Programmrng Cycle Values Operating instructions


* Pressing PURGE TIME advances display to screen #28. Enter purge
time using the numeric keypad. Time appears on display as it is being
entered.

Pressing t or + on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen Definition of
#23. Cycle Value

5. Press NEXT button on screen #23: Screen #24 is the second of three
menu screens which list the programmable values for the Gravity cycle
type. To change any of the listed cycle values, press the corresponding
button.
N0TE:A definitionof each cycle valueis given on the correspondingdisplay
screen.

Pressing PREVIOUS returns display to


screen #23.
Pressing NEXI- advances display to
screen #25,
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to
screen #l.

Operating instructions Programming Cycle Values


PressingSTER. T I M E advances display to screen #32. Enter sterilize
time using the numeric keypad. Time appears on display as it is being
entered.

Pressing t or + on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#24.

* PressingSTER. TEMP advances display to screen #33. Enter sterilize


temperature using the numeric keypad. Allowable sterilize temperature
range is 100"-141"C (212"-285°F) for Gravity cycle; 100"-125°C (212"-
257°F) for Liquid cycle. Temperature appears on display as it is being
entered.
NOTE: If an out-of-range cycle value is entered, a display screen will
appear indicating the incorrect value and the allowable range. Display
screen will automatically return to previous screen, allowing operator to
enter an in-range cycle value.

Pressing t or + on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#24.

Programming Cycle Values Operating Instrucbons


Pressing OVERDRIVE advances display to screen #34.Enter over-
drive temperature using the numeric keypad. Temperature appears on
display as it is being entered.

Pressing t or -,on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#24.

Pressing UNDER TEMP advances display to screen #35. Enter under


temperature value using the numeric keypad. Temperature appears on
display as it is being entered.
If an under temperature alarm occurs, cycle operation will hold until the
sterilize temperature recovers. Once minimum temperature is reached,
sterilize phase may be programmed to either restart or resume at the
time when the alarm is cleared. Current programmed setting is shown
in the display screen, as indicated below.

Pressing c or -+ on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#24.

Pressing STERILIZE TIME RESUME will program control to resume the


sterilize phase time once the alarm clears.

Operating instructions Programming Cycle Values


Pressing OVER TEMP advances display to screen #36. Enter over
temperature value using the numeric keypad. Temperature appears on
display as it is being entered.

Pressing t or + on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#24.

6. Press NEXT button on screen #24. Screen #25 is the third of three menu
screens which list the programmable values for the Gravity cycle type. To
change any of the listed cycle values, press the corresponding button.
N0TE:A definitionof each cycle value is given on the correspondingdisplay
screen.

Pressing PREVIOUS returns display to


screen #24.
Pressing CYCLE MENU returns display
to screen #15.
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to Double Door
screen #I. Units Only

Programming Cycle Values


Pressing PRINT INT advances display to screen #118. Enter print
interval using the numeric keypad. Minimum print interval is 1 minute.
Time appears on display as it is being entered. /

Pressing t or -+ on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#25.

Pressing VACUUM DRY advances display to screen #37. Enter


vacuum dry value using the numeric keypad. Allowable vacuum dry
range is 0-29.9 inHg. Value appears on the display as it is being entered.
NOTE: If an out-of-range cycle value is entered, a display screen will
appear indicating the incorrect value and the allowable range. Display
screen will automaticallyreturn to previous screen, allowing operator to
enter an in-range cycle value.

Pressing t or -+ on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#25.

Operating lns@uctions Programming Cycle Values


Pressing DRY TIME advances display to screen #38. Enter dry time
using the numeric keypad. Time appears on the display as it is being
entered.

Pressing t or 4 on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#25.

If sterilizer is equipped with double doors, pressing INTERLOCK


advances display to screen #8. Enter interlock type using the numeric
keypad. Interlock type appears on the display as it is being entered.
NOTE: Default interlock type is #2. If different setting is desired, a
separate interlock type must be set for each cycle.

Pressing c- or + on numeric keypad


moves the cursor to the left or right,
respectively.
Pressing RETURN saves the changed
cycle value and returns display to screen
#25.

The following descriptions and illustrations explain each interlock type,


#O through #6. Each door on the illustrations is labeled, " A or "B", for
reference. Door A is located on the same end as the main power
disconnect switch (see Figure 3-2for switch location). Door B is located
on the opposite end.
#O = No interlocks. Either door can be used to load and unload the
sterilizer. Both doors can be open at the same time. At end of
cycle, both doors are automatically unsealed.

ProgrammingCycle Values Operating Instructions


#I = Door A is designated as the operating end (OE). Sterilizer must
be loaded from door A, and can be unloaded from door A or door
B. At end of cycle, operator must manually unseal the unload door
by pressing the UNSEAL DOOR touch screen button (screen
#65) located on the same end as the door.

*-
.-i
load
unload
unload 4- I b- load

NOTE: Once the operating end (OE) door is opened, the non-
operating end (NOE) door cannot be opened until a complete
cycle is run. If the NOE door is opened, the OE door cannot be
opened until the NOE door is closed and sealed.
#2 = Door A is designated as the operating end (OE). Sterilizer must
be loaded from door Aand unloaded from door B. At end of cycle,
door B is automatically unsealed.

unload h
I k- load

NOTE: Once the operating end (OE) door is opened, the non-
operating end (NOE) door cannot be opened until a complete
cycle is run. If the NOE door is opened, the OE door cannot be
opened until the NOE door is closed and sealed.
#3 = Door B is designated as the operating end (OE). Sterilizer must
be loaded from door 6,and can be unloaded from door A or door
B. At end of cycle, operator must manually unseal the unload door
by pressing UNSEAL DOOR touch screen button (screen #65)
located on the same end as the door.

load 4
unload - -1 I load -+I +I unload

NOTE: Once the operating end (OE) door is opened, the non-
operating end (NOE) door cannot be opened until a complete
cycle is run. If the NOE door is opened, the OE door cannot be
opened until the NOE door is closed and sealed.
#4 = Door B is designated as the operating end (OE). Sterilizer must
be loaded from door B and unloaded from door A. At end of cycle,
door A is automatically unsealed.

load +-I u
/+unload

NOTE: Once the operating end (OE) door is opened, the non-
operating end (NOE) door cannot be opened until a complete
cycle is run. If the NOE door is opened, the OE door cannot be
opened untii the NOE door is closed and sealed.

Operating Instructions Programming Cycle Values


#5 = Door A is designated as the operating end (OE) door. Sterilizer
must be loaded and unloaded from door A; door B is locked out.
At end of cycle, door A is automatically unsealed

locked
out
1 r-
+load
unload

#6 = Door B is designated as the operating end (OE) door. Sterilizer


must be loaded and unloaded from door B; door A is locked out.
At end of cycle, door B is automatically unsealed.
B (OE)
load + locked
unload 4-

7. After all cycle value changes have been made, press CYCLE MENU
button on screen #25. Display returns to screen #15.

Pressing PREVIOUS returns display to


screen #24.
Pressing MAIN MENU returns display to
screen # l .

Double Door
Units Only

Programming Cycle Vdues Operating Instructions


8. From screen #15, remaining cycles can be modified if necessary. The
procedures for changing other cycle values are similar to the Change
Values procedure just outlined.
Once all changes to the cycles and cycle values are completed, press
RETURN. Display returns to screen #14.

Pressing MAlN MENU returns display to


screen #I.

9. From screen #14, the sterilizer operating parameters (i.e., Too Long In
Phase, TimeiDate and Setup) can be changed. Refer to Section 8,
Programming Operating Parameters, for details.
After all changes are completed, press RETURN button. Control exits
the Change Values option, saving all changes made, and display returns
to screen #13.

Pressing MAlN MENU returns display to


screen #I.

Operating lnstiucbons Programming Cycle Values


10. Refer to Section 9, Out of Cycle Options, for information on the other
options listed on screen #13.
Press MAIN MENU to return display to main menu (screen #I).

Programming Cycle Values Operating Instrucbcns


A WARNING - PERSONAL IN- AMSCO Engineering Service representative at 1-800-333-8848. A trained
service technician will promptly place your sterilizer in proper working
JURY AND/OR EQUIPMENT
DAMAGE HAZARD: Repairs condition.
and adjustments to this NOTE: Never permit unqualified persons to service the sterilizer.
equipment must be made
only by fully qualified ser-
vice personnel. Maintenance
performedby inexperienced,
unqualified persons or in-
stallation of unauthorized
parts could cause personal
injury or result in costly
equipment damage.
WARNING - ELECTRIC
A SHOCK HAZARD: Discon-
nect all utilities to sterilizer
before servicing. See
Section 1 for expanded
warning.
A WARNING - BURNHAZARD:
Beforeperforminganyclean-
ing or maintenance proce-
dures, allow sterilizer and
generator (if applicable) to
cool to room temperature.

,>Typical Alarm Screen When an alarm condition occurs, the alarm buzzer sounds and the touch
screen automatically displays the corresponding alarm screen. Typically,
each alarm screen indicatesthe alarm name, current chamber status, current
sterilizer activity and operator instructions (see Figure 5-1)

Alarm Name
'Screen
Current Chamber Status Reference
Number
SterilizerActivity

Operator Instructions

Figure 5-1. Typical Alarm Screen

Troubieshoohng Routine Maintenance


Touch screen buttons, located along bottom of alarm screen, are used to
perform the following functions.
* ALARM * Pressing SILENCE ALARM turns off the alarm buzzer.
PRESSURE I N CHAMBER
* Pressing STATUS PRINT generates a printout of the current
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temperature and pressure in the sterilizer chamber at the time the button
was pressed.
Pressing PAPER FEED advances the printer paper up by one line.
* Pressing SERVICE HELP advances display to the corresponding
Full Print Format Shown service information screen. This screen provides the qualified service
technician with possible causes and advanced corrective actions for
Figure 5-2. Typical Alarm that alarm condition.
Printout IMPORTANT: In the event of an alarm condition, the operator should
always follow the instructions indicated on the alarm screen.

*r Typical Alarm Printout When an alarm occurs the printer automatically generatesa printout, typically
listing alarm name, time alarm occurred, current chamber status and any
associated sensor temperature. See Figure 5-2.

...... .. The following alarm screens will appear only during cycle operation.
In-Cycle Alarms

Alarm Description Screen with Operator Instructions


t

Too Long in Charge 3ccurs if chamber does


lot reach the set tem-
3erature within the
zllotted time.

I Screen with Service Instructions

RoutineMaintanance Troubleshooting
Alarm Screen with Operator Instructions

Too Long I n Exhaust Occurs if chamber dc


not exhaust to 4 psig
within the allotted timc

Screen with Service Instructions

Screen with Operator Instructions

Too Long I n Evacuation kcurs if chamber doe,


ot reach the set
vacuation level within
re allotted time.

Troubleshooting RoutineMaintenance
Alarm Description Screen with Service Instructions

Too Long In Evacuation, NOTE: This alarm has


Continued two service help screens.

Screen with Operator Instructions

Too Long In Air Break 3ccurs if chamber


rioes not air break the
Jacuum to 2 inHg
within the allotted time

Troubleshooting
Alarm Description Screen with Service lnstructions

Too Long In Air Break,


Continued

Screen with Operator lnstructions


Under Sterilize Occurs if chamber
Temperature temperature drops
below sterilize
temperature.

NOTE: If under-
temperature value is
Screen with Service Instructions
set to "RESUME",
the sterilizer will
aufomatically resume
sterilize time after set
temperature is
reached.

Troubleshooting Routine Maintenance


Alarm Description Screen with Operator lnstructions

Over Sterilize Iccurs if chamber


Temperature emperature exceeds
he maximum sterilize
emperature (control
emp. plus over temp.
falue).

Screen with Service lnstructions

Screen with Ouerator lnstructions

Too Long In Sterilize Occurs if cycle remains


in the sterilize phase
longer than the allotted
time. (LablSci program
option only.)

Routine Ma~ntenance
Alarm Description Screen with Service lnstructions

Too Long In Sterilize,


Continued

Screen with Operator lnstructions

Exhaust Rate Too Slow Occurs if chamber


pressure is 1 psig
below the fixed rate
during slow exhaust
phase. (Sterilizers with
Liquid cycle option
only.)

Screen with Service Instructions

Troubleshooting RoutineMaintenance
Alarm Description Screen with Operator lnstructions

Exhaust Rate Too Fast Occurs if chamber


pressure is 1 psig
above the fixed rate
during slow exhaust
phase. (Sterilizers with
Liquid cycle option
only.)

Screen with Service lnstructions

Screen with Operator lnstructions

Door Unsealed Occurs if steam pres-


sure in door seal drops
below 10 psig.
Alarm Description Screen with Service Instructions

Door Unsealed,
Continued

Screen with Operator Instructions

Chamber Pressure1 lccurs if chamber


Temperature Failure xessure or temperature
eadings are outside the
~ormalsteam range
Wing sterilize phase.

Screen with Service Instructions

Troubleshooting RoutineMarntenance
Alarm Description Screen with Operator Instructions

Reference Drain Occurs if chamber


Deviation Alarm temperature varies
+2"F (1OC) from the
reference temperature.
(LablSci program
option only.)

Screen with Service lnstructions

Screen with Operator lnstructions


Waste Temperature Occurs if waste line
Probe Failure temperature reading is
mtside the normal
range (32-293°F
[O- 145"CI).
Alarm Description Screen with Service Instructions

Waste Temperature Probe


Failure,
Continued

The following alarm screens will appear oniy when the sterilizer is not
Out-oECycle Alarms processins a cycle.

Alarm Description Screen with Operator lnstructions

Too Long To Close Door 3ccurs if door switch


does not make contact
tvithin allotted time.

Screen with Service Instructions

RoutineMaintenance
Screen with Operator Instructions

1
Too Long To Open Door Occurs if door switch
does not oDen within
the allotted time.

Pressure In Chamber Occurs if 2 psig


pressure is sensed in
the chamber.

Routine Matntenatxe
Alarm Description Screen with Service Instructions

Pressure In Chamber,
Continued

Screen with Operator Instructions

Waste Temperature 3ccurs if waste line


Probe Failure temperature reading is
~utsidethe normal
?ange.

Screen with Service !nstractions

R o u t ~ n Maintenance
e
w ~ H - ~ The
w following
z alarm~screens
~will appear
~ any
~time~ the sterilizer
/ is
~ energized.
Sensor Alarms The sensors are continually monitored whenever the sterilizer is in or out of
M M M M M M M M m M M A cycle.

Alarm Description Screen with Operator .Instructions

Water In Chamber Occurs if excess water


is sensed in the
chamber.

Screen with Service lnstructions

Screen with Operator Instructions

Too Long In Jacket Occurs if jacket does


Charge not reach set tempera-
ture within allotted time.

RoutineMaintenance Troubleshooting
Alarm Description Screen with Service Instructions

Too Long In Jacket


Charge,
Continued

Screen with Operator Instructions

Too Long To Seal Door 3ccurs if door seal


joes not reach 10 w i g
~ i t h i nallotted time.

Screen with Service lnstructions

Troubleshooting Routine Maintenance


Alarm Description Screen with Operator Instructions

Too Long To Unseal %curs if door seal


lBQor pressure does not
drop below 10 psig
within allotted time.

Screen with Service Instructions

Screen with Operator Instructions

Chamber Pressure Occurs if chamber


Transducer Failure pressure reading is
outside the normal
range.

Routine Maintenance
Alarm Description Screen with Service Instructions

Chamber Pressure
Transducer Failure,
Continued

Screen with Operator Instructions

Chamber Temperature Occurs if chamber


Probe Failure temperature reading is
outside the normal
range.

Screen with Service instructions

Troubleshooting RoutineMaintenance
Alarm Description Screen with Operator lnstructions

Jacket Temperature Occurs if jacket tem-


Probe Failure perature reading is
outside the normal
range.

Screen with Service lnstructions

Screen with Operator lnstructions

Door Switch Failure Dccurs if door seal


switch contact is made
but door switch is still
3pen.

Rou:ine Maintenance Troubleshooting


Description Screen with Service Instructions

Door Switch Failure,


Continued

Screen with O~eratorlnstructions

Load Temperature Occurs if load tempera-


Probe Failure ture reading is outside
the normal range. (Lab/
Sci program option
only.)

Screen with Service lnstructions

Troubleshooting Routine Maintenance