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Advice Sheets

  Daily and Weekly Test Record Sheet

Use this sheet to record all of the HTM0105 tests required for your Ultrasonic Cleaner. Updated 14/04/2018

  How to set the clock on the H105

If you get the message "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery failing. Set the clock by following these instructions. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  How to transfer the data to a USB drive

The Q105 and T105 ultrasonic cleaners are capable of transferring the records from their internal memory to a USB drive/USB stick.

  Setting the clock on the Q105 and T105

If you get the message "SERVICE OVERDUE" or "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery being discharged or failing. Set the clock by following these instruction. Charge the battery by plugging the unit into the mains for a minimum of 8 hours. You can still used the unit. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  Terms and Conditions of Trading

These are Walker Electronics Limited's Terms and Conditions of Trading. Please read them before you place an order with us. They are written, as much as possible, in Plain English, but should you have any query with them please do not hesitate to contact us.

  Ultrasonic cleaner periodic testing advice

A schedule in line with HTM01-05 and Walker Electronics Ltd of periodic tests for ultrasonic cleaners and how to perform them including the protein residue test (the Dentacheck), the Load Check Strips and foil ablation (ultrasonic activity test). Detailed and precise instruction with clear pictures to help you comply with HTM01-05. Version 11

  WELzyme Water hardness areas

It is essential that the correct amount of WELzyme is used when cleaning instruments. The dilution depends greatly on the hardness of the water used. This document lists the Towns and Counties in the UK with the hardest water areas. If your town or county is listed you should use WELzyme Plus+ in the QC or Q105 ultrasonic cleaner. If you use WELzyme in 1 or 5 litre containers you should increase the dilution to 20ml per litre of water

Advice Sheets

  Daily and Weekly Test Record Sheet

Use this sheet to record all of the HTM0105 tests required for your Ultrasonic Cleaner. Updated 14/04/2018

  How to set the clock on the H105

If you get the message "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery failing. Set the clock by following these instructions. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  How to transfer the data to a USB drive

The Q105 and T105 ultrasonic cleaners are capable of transferring the records from their internal memory to a USB drive/USB stick.

  Setting the clock on the Q105 and T105

If you get the message "SERVICE OVERDUE" or "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery being discharged or failing. Set the clock by following these instruction. Charge the battery by plugging the unit into the mains for a minimum of 8 hours. You can still used the unit. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  Terms and Conditions of Trading

These are Walker Electronics Limited's Terms and Conditions of Trading. Please read them before you place an order with us. They are written, as much as possible, in Plain English, but should you have any query with them please do not hesitate to contact us.

  Ultrasonic cleaner periodic testing advice

A schedule in line with HTM01-05 and Walker Electronics Ltd of periodic tests for ultrasonic cleaners and how to perform them including the protein residue test (the Dentacheck), the Load Check Strips and foil ablation (ultrasonic activity test). Detailed and precise instruction with clear pictures to help you comply with HTM01-05. Version 11

  WELzyme Water hardness areas

It is essential that the correct amount of WELzyme is used when cleaning instruments. The dilution depends greatly on the hardness of the water used. This document lists the Towns and Counties in the UK with the hardest water areas. If your town or county is listed you should use WELzyme Plus+ in the QC or Q105 ultrasonic cleaner. If you use WELzyme in 1 or 5 litre containers you should increase the dilution to 20ml per litre of water

Advice Sheets

  Daily and Weekly Test Record Sheet

Use this sheet to record all of the HTM0105 tests required for your Ultrasonic Cleaner. Updated 14/04/2018

  How to set the clock on the H105

If you get the message "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery failing. Set the clock by following these instructions. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  How to transfer the data to a USB drive

The Q105 and T105 ultrasonic cleaners are capable of transferring the records from their internal memory to a USB drive/USB stick.

  Setting the clock on the Q105 and T105

If you get the message "SERVICE OVERDUE" or "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery being discharged or failing. Set the clock by following these instruction. Charge the battery by plugging the unit into the mains for a minimum of 8 hours. You can still used the unit. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  Terms and Conditions of Trading

These are Walker Electronics Limited's Terms and Conditions of Trading. Please read them before you place an order with us. They are written, as much as possible, in Plain English, but should you have any query with them please do not hesitate to contact us.

  Ultrasonic cleaner periodic testing advice

A schedule in line with HTM01-05 and Walker Electronics Ltd of periodic tests for ultrasonic cleaners and how to perform them including the protein residue test (the Dentacheck), the Load Check Strips and foil ablation (ultrasonic activity test). Detailed and precise instruction with clear pictures to help you comply with HTM01-05. Version 11

  WELzyme Water hardness areas

It is essential that the correct amount of WELzyme is used when cleaning instruments. The dilution depends greatly on the hardness of the water used. This document lists the Towns and Counties in the UK with the hardest water areas. If your town or county is listed you should use WELzyme Plus+ in the QC or Q105 ultrasonic cleaner. If you use WELzyme in 1 or 5 litre containers you should increase the dilution to 20ml per litre of water

Advice Sheets

  Daily and Weekly Test Record Sheet

Use this sheet to record all of the HTM0105 tests required for your Ultrasonic Cleaner. Updated 14/04/2018

  How to set the clock on the H105

If you get the message "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery failing. Set the clock by following these instructions. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  How to transfer the data to a USB drive

The Q105 and T105 ultrasonic cleaners are capable of transferring the records from their internal memory to a USB drive/USB stick.

  Setting the clock on the Q105 and T105

If you get the message "SERVICE OVERDUE" or "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery being discharged or failing. Set the clock by following these instruction. Charge the battery by plugging the unit into the mains for a minimum of 8 hours. You can still used the unit. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  Terms and Conditions of Trading

These are Walker Electronics Limited's Terms and Conditions of Trading. Please read them before you place an order with us. They are written, as much as possible, in Plain English, but should you have any query with them please do not hesitate to contact us.

  Ultrasonic cleaner periodic testing advice

A schedule in line with HTM01-05 and Walker Electronics Ltd of periodic tests for ultrasonic cleaners and how to perform them including the protein residue test (the Dentacheck), the Load Check Strips and foil ablation (ultrasonic activity test). Detailed and precise instruction with clear pictures to help you comply with HTM01-05. Version 11

  WELzyme Water hardness areas

It is essential that the correct amount of WELzyme is used when cleaning instruments. The dilution depends greatly on the hardness of the water used. This document lists the Towns and Counties in the UK with the hardest water areas. If your town or county is listed you should use WELzyme Plus+ in the QC or Q105 ultrasonic cleaner. If you use WELzyme in 1 or 5 litre containers you should increase the dilution to 20ml per litre of water

Advice Sheets

  Daily and Weekly Test Record Sheet

Use this sheet to record all of the HTM0105 tests required for your Ultrasonic Cleaner. Updated 14/04/2018

  How to set the clock on the H105

If you get the message "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery failing. Set the clock by following these instructions. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  How to transfer the data to a USB drive

The Q105 and T105 ultrasonic cleaners are capable of transferring the records from their internal memory to a USB drive/USB stick.

  Setting the clock on the Q105 and T105

If you get the message "SERVICE OVERDUE" or "SET CLOCK" the units internal clock may not be correctly set. This could be due to the internal backup battery being discharged or failing. Set the clock by following these instruction. Charge the battery by plugging the unit into the mains for a minimum of 8 hours. You can still used the unit. If you repeatedly see this message you may need to return the unit for a replacement battery

  Terms and Conditions of Trading

These are Walker Electronics Limited's Terms and Conditions of Trading. Please read them before you place an order with us. They are written, as much as possible, in Plain English, but should you have any query with them please do not hesitate to contact us.

  Ultrasonic cleaner periodic testing advice

A schedule in line with HTM01-05 and Walker Electronics Ltd of periodic tests for ultrasonic cleaners and how to perform them including the protein residue test (the Dentacheck), the Load Check Strips and foil ablation (ultrasonic activity test). Detailed and precise instruction with clear pictures to help you comply with HTM01-05. Version 11

  WELzyme Water hardness areas

It is essential that the correct amount of WELzyme is used when cleaning instruments. The dilution depends greatly on the hardness of the water used. This document lists the Towns and Counties in the UK with the hardest water areas. If your town or county is listed you should use WELzyme Plus+ in the QC or Q105 ultrasonic cleaner. If you use WELzyme in 1 or 5 litre containers you should increase the dilution to 20ml per litre of water

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