Miele G 7825 Operating Instructions Manual
Miele G 7825 Operating Instructions Manual

Miele G 7825 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating instructions

G 7825 / G 7826
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the
en - GB, AU, NZ
machine, it is essential to read these instructions
before it is installed and used for the first time.
M.-Nr. 10 318 470


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Summary of Contents for Miele G 7825

  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Operating instructions Washer-disinfector G 7825 / G 7826 To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the en - GB, AU, NZ machine, it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Intended use ........................ 5 User profiles .......................... 6 Guide to the appliance ...................... 7 Overview..........................7 Unclean (infeed) side ...................... 7 Unclean (infeed) side ...................... 8 Clean (outfeed) side (G 7826 only) ...................  9 Controls ..........................  10 Warning and Safety instructions.................. 12 Symbols on the machine.....................
  • Page 4 Contents Process documentation.................... 48 Maintenance ........................ 49 Periodic checks ........................49 Process validation ....................... 50 Routine checks........................50 Cleaning the filters....................... 51 Cleaning the fine filter.....................  51 Cleaning the flat filter......................  51 Cleaning the filter in front of the circulation pumps ............ 52 Cleaning the spray arms......................
  • Page 5: Intended Use

    Intended use This washer-disinfector can be used to clean, rinse, disinfect and dry a wide range of reusable medical devices, laboratory equipment and accessories. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on how to pro- cess medical devices by machine (EN ISO 17664) as well as laborat- ory equipment.
  • Page 6: User Profiles

    Intended use safely. Medical devices are best processed using the DESIN Vario TD pro- gramme or the OXIVARIO programme where applicable. The use of a suitable carrier (mobile unit, module, insert, etc.) is im- portant to ensure the adequate cleaning of the load. Examples are given in the section "Areas of application".
  • Page 7: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance Overview Unclean (infeed) side Drying unit TA (optional) Handle "Profitronic" electronic control system (also see Programming manual) Controls Master switch with "Emergency cut off" button Drop-down door (closed) Service panel...
  • Page 8 Guide to the appliance Unclean (infeed) side Filter combination Drop-down door (open) Containers for dispensing systems DOS 1 / DOS 3, and optional DOS 2 / DOS 4...
  • Page 9: Clean (Outfeed) Side (G 7826 Only)

    Guide to the appliance Clean (outfeed) side (G 7826 only) Handle Door release Drop-down door (closed) Printer (optional) G 7825: on the unclean (infeed) side Service panel...
  • Page 10: Controls

    Guide to the appliance Controls Display with screen saver; i.e. the background lighting switches itself off automatically after approx. 15 minutes; press any button to switch the display lighting back on During operation, any error messages occurring will be shown in the display.
  • Page 11 Guide to the appliance Plus button  – Selects programmes from position 24 upwards – Scrolls forward page by page in menus – Is used for entering numbers and letters – Alters pre-settings, e.g. service parameters Door switch  Start button  –...
  • Page 12: Warning And Safety Instructions

    Manufacturer's cleaning and maintenance instructions must also be observed. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by improper or incor- rect use or operation of the machine. ...
  • Page 13 Warning and Safety instructions  Take care when handling chemical agents. These may contain irrit- ant, corrosive or toxic ingredients. Please observe the chemical agent manufacturer's safety instructions and safety data sheets. Wear protective gloves and goggles.  The machine is designed for operation with water and recommen- ded additive chemical agents only.
  • Page 14 Always follow the recommendations of the chemical agent manufacturer. In case of damage or doubt about compatibility, please contact Miele.  Do not use any abrasive chemical agents in the washer-disinfector. These can cause damage to machine components, e.g. the spray arm bearings.
  • Page 15 Miele Application Technology specialists.  If the cleaning result is subject to particularly stringent require-...
  • Page 16: Symbols On The Machine

    Only Miele accessories should be connected to this machine. They must be suitable for the application they are required for. Consult Miele for details on the type of accessories that can be used.  Only use Miele mobile units, baskets and inserts with this washer- disinfector.
  • Page 17 Remove the door lock, or make it inoperable, so that children cannot accidentally shut themselves in. Then make appropriate arrange- ments for its safe disposal. Machines with a tank must be emptied of water first. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compliance with these Warning and Safety Instructions.
  • Page 18: Automatic Mobile Unit Recognition (Optional)

    Automatic mobile unit recognition (optional) Automatic mobile unit recognition The automatic mobile unit recognition feature assigns a programme place to a mobile unit. The mobile units must be coded with a mag- netic strip (via a Bit combination). In operating level C, the only programme available for a coded mobile unit is the one assigned to the corresponding programme place.
  • Page 19: Areas Of Application

    – Check that jets and connectors are securely held in position in the baskets or inserts. Protein test Cleaning results should be subjected to periodic protein tests, e.g. weekly with the Miele test kit or the Miele ProCare Protein Check.
  • Page 20: Loading The Machine

    Areas of application Loading the ma-  Only items which have been declared by their manufacturer as chine suitable for machine reprocessing may be processed. The manu- facturer's specific reprocessing instructions must be observed. Disposable instruments must not be put into the machine for pro- cessing.
  • Page 21 Areas of application For validation purposes it is essential to follow the loading instruc- tions given on the template. Preparing the Empty all containers before loading into the machine (paying partic-  load ular attention to regulations regarding infectious diseases and epi- demics).
  • Page 22: Surgical Instruments (Op)

    For reprocessing OP containers to an A =600 disinfection standard, the CONTAINER-600 programme must be programmed in retrospect- ively by Miele. Mobile units for surgical instruments and containers are supplied with their own operating instructions. When reprocessing narrow lumen instruments e.g. those used in minimally invasive surgery, an intensive internal cleaning result is imperative.
  • Page 23: Ophthalmology

    Areas of application Ophthalmology Ophthalmic instruments should be cleaned and disinfected in the E 729/1 mobile injector unit. For the final rinse, use de-ionised water with a conductivity level of ~15 μS/cm. In addition, the rinse water must have a low endotoxin and pyrogen content.
  • Page 24: Baby Bottles

    Areas of application Baby bottles Baby bottles can be processed in the two lower levels of mobile unit E 735/1 in E 135 containers. E 364 containers with wide-necked teats and E 458 containers with screw-cap teats can also be placed in the upper level of the mobile unit.
  • Page 25 Areas of application Loading in an E  735/1 Lower level with 3 E 135 Upper level with 2 E 135 The two blocked corners in the inserts should be located over the positions marked with an X on the drawing. The jets of water can- not get into the bottles properly in these positions to clean them.
  • Page 26: Operating Theatre Shoes

    For reprocessing operating theatre (OP) shoes to an A =60 disinfec- tion standard, the SHOE-60 programme must be programmed in ret- rospectively by Miele. To establish the effectiveness of chemical disinfecting agents for dis- infection consult the manufacturer. Theatre shoes should be cleaned and disinfected in a machine in- stalled specifically for this purpose only.
  • Page 27: Laboratory Equipment

    Areas of application Laboratory equipment ...wide necked Items with wide necks, e.g. beakers, wide necked Erlenmeyer flasks and petri dishes, or cylindrical items, e.g. test tubes, can be cleaned and rinsed internally and externally by rotating spray arms. To do this the items are positioned in full, half or quarter inserts and placed in an empty mobile unit with a spray arm.
  • Page 28 Areas of application Preparing the load Empty all containers before loading into the machine (paying partic-  ular attention to relevant regulations). Remove non-water soluble residues such as paint, adhesives and  polymer compounds using appropriate solvents. Rinse wash load items which have been in contact with chloride ...
  • Page 29: Programme Chart

    Areas of application Programme chart Programme Area of application LAB-STANDARD A simple, short programme for light soiling and low rinse require- ments: – for a wide range of soiling types, – not suitable for denatured residues such as protein, – not suitable for acid-soluble residues such as metallic salts and amines.
  • Page 30: Transfer Trolley For Loading And Unloading The Machine

    The height of the transfer trolley has to be adjusted by Miele. The height should be set so that the open machine door is held under- neath the side catches on the transfer trolley.
  • Page 31: Loading And Unloading

    Areas of application Loading and un- loading Transporting load- ing trolleys Hang the mobile unit into the locating slots on the transfer trolley  using both hooks. To lift the mobile unit step down on the transfer trolley foot pedal. ...
  • Page 32 Areas of application At the end of a pro- Move the transfer trolley up to the washer-disinfector so that the  gramme machine door is held underneath the side catches on the transfer trolley. Pull the loading trolley up to the stopping point on the open door so ...
  • Page 33: Chemical Processes And Technology

    This section is intended as a guide. If unforeseen interactions occur during reprocessing, or if you have any queries on this subject, please seek advice from Miele. General notes Problem...
  • Page 34 Hydrogen peroxide can release large – Only use approved processes such as amounts of oxygen. OXIVARIO or OXIVARIO PLUS. – The wash temperature must be lower than 70 °C when using hydrogen peroxide. – Please contact Miele Service for advice.
  • Page 35 – damage to elastomers and plastics in the without de-foaming agent using the OR- washer-disinfector, GANICA programme. – damage to certain plastics (e.g. polycar- – Please contact Miele Service for advice. bonate and plexiglass) in the load being processed.
  • Page 36 Chemical processes and technology Soiling Problem How to resolve it The following substances can damage – Refit the washer-disinfector with oil resist- elastomers (hoses and seals) and plastics in ant elastomers. the washer-disinfector: – Depending on usage wipe the lower door –...
  • Page 37 Chemical processes and technology Reaction between chemical agents and soiling Problem How to resolve it Natural oils and fats can be emulsified with – Where available use the "OIL“ pro- alkaline chemical agents. This can lead to a gramme. heavy build-up of foam. –...
  • Page 38: Dispensing Liquid Chemical Agents

    The correct amount of liquid agent etc. required for the application chosen will then be dispensed through these dispensing systems. If a dispensing system is to dispense different chemical agents, the change of chemicals must be carried out by Miele Service Depart- ment. Special processes ...
  • Page 39: Fill Dos [X] Container

    Dispensing liquid chemical agents "Fill DOS [X] container" Fill the container shown in the display or replace it with a new one.  [X] The number of the relevant container will appear in place of the X. Fill the containers when a message to that effect appears in the display, e.g.
  • Page 40: Check Dispensing System [X]

    Dispensing liquid chemical agents Push the siphon tube into the neck of the container and screw it  into place. When the container has been refilled, the error message will go out in the display. Place the container in the washer-disinfector. ...
  • Page 41: Operation

    Operation Master switch The master switch disconnects the user side of the washer-disin- fector from the electrical supply. The master switch must be set to I-ON for operation.  After completion of the start process the washer-disinfector is ready for operation. Switching on Press the I-O button.
  • Page 42: Door Lock

    Operation Door lock The machine is equipped with an electric door lock. The door can only be opened if: – the washer-disinfector is connected to the electrical supply, – the master switch is in the I-ON position, – the I-O button is pressed in, and –...
  • Page 43: Changing Operating Level

    Operation Changing operating level There are four operating levels available on this machine: Operating level Authorised access for Fixed and free access programmes Free programme selection Automatic mobile unit recognition (optional) Programming / free programme selection / change code (see Programming Manual) To change operating level: Press and hold the ...
  • Page 44: Starting A Programme

    See the Programme charts in the Programming Manual supplied with the machine for detailed information and important notes on the standard Miele programmes.  When processing medical devices, any changes made to pro- grammes or dispensing systems must be documented in a log book kept with the machine in accordance with the Medical Devices directive.
  • Page 45 Operation 3. Programme sur- The PROGRAMME-SURVEY menu lists all stored programmes. Select the PROGRAMME-SURVEY menu option with  and con-  firm with . Select the programme with  or  and confirm with .  This exits the Programme Survey, and the selected programme is shown in the display.
  • Page 46: Programme Sequence

    Operation Programme sequence The programme will start automatically automatically as soon as the Start button is pressed. The programme stages are shown in the display during the pro- gramme sequence. Detailed information on programme sequence is given in the ap- pendix of the Programming manual.
  • Page 47: Interrupting A Programme

    Operation Interrupting a programme A programme can only be interrupted in operating levels B and D. After interrupting a disinfection programme, if you wish to continue it please check the message in the display at the end of the pro- gramme.
  • Page 48: Process Documentation

    "PC/Printer Function" in the Programming manual. Various printers can be used as external printers: – Miele PRT 100 report printer – Epson-compatible (contact Miele for a list of suitable models). Pin configuration in the 9-pole sub-D connector on the interface cable:...
  • Page 49: Maintenance

    This washer-disinfector should be inspected in accordance with local and national safety regulations after every 2000 operating hours, or every 12 months by a Miele approved service technician. This maintenance will cover the following: – Electrical safety according to national regulations (VDE 0701/0702 in Germany) –...
  • Page 50: Process Validation

    Maintenance Process validation The standard of cleaning and disinfection in the disinfection pro- grammes must be confirmed by the user as a routine matter. Safety checks and performance validation must be carried out in ac- cordance with the internationally recognised norm EN ISO 15883. In some countries national regulations guidelines and recommendations also apply.
  • Page 51: Cleaning The Filters

    Maintenance Cleaning the filters Cleaning the fine filter Remove the fine filter and clean it under running water.  Replace the fine filter.  Cleaning the flat filter Remove the flat filter and clean it under running water.  Replace the flat filter. ...
  • Page 52: Cleaning The Filter In Front Of The Circulation Pumps

    Maintenance Cleaning the filter Underneath the flat filer, on the right beside the heater element block in front of the cir- there are two filters for protecting the circulation pumps. culation pumps Pull the filters straight up from their brackets and clean under run- ...
  • Page 53: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    If there is considerable visible wear on the bearing on the spray arm, contact Miele Service as this can result in functional problems. After cleaning the spray arms screw them back into position. ...
  • Page 54: Cleaning The Control Panel

    The wash cabinet is generally self-cleaning. However, should a build-up of deposits occur in the cabinet please  contact the Miele Service Department for advice. Cleaning the door seal The door seal should be cleaned regularly with a damp cloth to re- ...
  • Page 55: Mobile Units, Modules And Inserts

    Maintenance Mobile units, modules and inserts Mobile units, modules and inserts should be checked daily to make sure they are functioning correctly. The washer-disinfector is supplied with a check list. Check the following points: – Are the rollers in good condition, and are they securely attached to their mobile units/modules? –...
  • Page 56: Printer (Optional)

     front panel. Replacement paper rolls (58 mm wide, outer diameter approx. 50 mm) can be purchased from the Miele Spare Parts Department or from an office stationery supplier. Replacing the Open the front panel of the printer at the upper edge and then open ...
  • Page 57: After Sales Service

    Programming manual under "Messages". If, having followed the advice in the operating instruction manual, you are still unable to resolve a problem please call the Miele Service De- partment (see the end of this booklet for contact details).
  • Page 58: Converting The Type Of Heating

    Converting the type of heating Converting from steam to electric heating or from elec- tric to steam If your machine is convertible, you can use the STEAM >>ELECTRO or ELECTRO >>STEAM service programme to switch from one type of heating method to the other. Select STEAM >>ELECTRO or ELECTRO >>STEAM (see Opera- ...
  • Page 59: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection  All electrical work must be carried out by a suitably qualified and competent person in accordance with local and national safety regulations. – In the U.K. it must comply with BS 7671. – We recommend connecting the machine to the power supply via a suitable IP 44 plug and socket which must be easily accessible for servicing and maintenance work after the machine has been in- stalled.
  • Page 60: Electromagnetic Compatibility (Emc)

    Electrical connection Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) The washer-disinfector has been tested for electromagnetic compat- ibility in accordance with EN 61326-1 and is suitable for operation in commercial environments, such as hospitals, medical practices and laboratories and other similar environments which are connected to the mains power supply.
  • Page 61: Plumbing

    Plumbing  Please refer to the installation diagram supplied with the ma- chine. – The water used must at least comply with European regulations for drinking water quality. If the water supply has a high iron content there is a danger of corrosion occurring on items being cleaned in the machine, as well as the machine itself.
  • Page 62: Technical Data

    # If installed at altitudes above 1500 m the boiling point of the suds solution will be lower. Disinfecting temperature parameters should be lowered and the holding time increased (A0 value). This must be done by a Miele authorised service technician.
  • Page 63: Optional Extras

    Optional extras Options: – Drying unit (TA) – Steam condenser (DK) – Printer for process documentation (PRT) – Dispensing systems DOS 2 and DOS 4 – OXIVARIO kit Water softening Mains water with a hardness level higher than 0.7 mmol/l (4° d – Ger- man scale) needs to be softened.
  • Page 64: Special Processes

    Special processes Optional OXIVARIO system Intended use This washer disinfector can be set up or retro-fitted to use the OX- IVARIO process by adding two additional dispenser pumps together with a buffer tank for hydrogen peroxide solution H . The DOS 2 dispenser is used for the H solution.
  • Page 65 Special processes Warning and  These warning and safety instructions are in addition to those Safety instruc- given at the beginning of this booklet. tions  solution must only be stored in special containers with asso- ciated adapters from the Ecolab or Dr. Weigert companies. ...
  • Page 66: Disposing Of Your Old Machine

    Disposing of your old machine Electrical and electronic machines often contain valuable materials. They also contain materials which, if handled or disposed of incor- rectly, could be potentially hazardous to human health and to the en- vironment. They are, however, essential for the correct functioning of your machine.
  • Page 68 E-Mail: info@miele.ie, Internet: www.miele.ie Tel: +971-4-341 84 44 Fax: +971-4-341 88 52 Manufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG E-Mail: info@miele.ae, Internet: www.miele.ae Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany Alteration rights reserved / Publication date: 2015-11-01 M.-Nr. 10 318 470 / 00 0297...

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