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Operating instructions

PG 8536
en - CA
To avoid the risk of personal injury or
damage to the appliance,
it is essential that
you read these operating instructions
before installation and use.
M.-Nr. 10 317 280



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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Operating instructions Washer-Disinfector PG 8536 en - CA To avoid the risk of personal injury or damage to the appliance, it is essential that you read these operating instructions before installation and use. M.-Nr. 10 317 280...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety Instructions and Warnings ........6 Correct Use.
  • Page 4 Contents Anesthesia instruments (AN) ......... 38 Baby bottles .
  • Page 5 Contents Troubleshooting..........66 Temperature sensor.
  • Page 6: Safety Instructions And Warnings

    (for Miele will not be held liable for damage example, electric shock). caused by incorrect use of any kind. A damaged or leaking This washer-disinfector is intended...
  • Page 7 Safety Instructions and Warnings Always exercise caution when The door seal and the operation of handling the processing chemicals for the steam condenser should be this washer-disinfector (detergent, regularly checked, as volatile toxic or neutralizer, saponifier, rinsing agent, chemical substances (e.g. aldehyde in etc.).
  • Page 8 Therefore, process results have to be damages or concerns about possible regularly tested and documented, both material incompatibilities, please thermo-electrically and through consult Miele. inspection. For thermochemical processes, additional testing is Pre-treating (e. g. with cleaning required using chemical or biological agents or disinfectants), some types of indicators.
  • Page 9 (processing chemicals, water quality, etc.) be Please be sure to follow the discussed in advance with Miele. installation instructions in this manual and in the installation manual.
  • Page 10: Using Accessories

    Only Miele mobile units, baskets, For safety and environmental and inserts should be used. If Miele protection, be sure to remove all accessories are altered in any way, or process chemical residue. (Comply mobile units and inserts from another...
  • Page 11: Intended Use

    Intended Use This Miele washer-disinfector is In this operating manual, the general designed to clean, rinse, disinfect and term labware/instruments is used to dry re-usable medical devices, cover a range of equipment and items. laboratory devices and medical and For standardized results, it is preferable laboratory accessories.
  • Page 12: User Profiles

    Intended Use User profiles For re-usable items to be safe for continued use, the cleaning result must meet certain minimum standards for Daily-routine operators disinfection, sterilization and residue For daily routine tasks, the operating levels. personnel must be instructed in the Re-usable medical products are best basic functions and the loading of the cleaned with the DES-VAR-TD process...
  • Page 13: Guide To The Washer-Disinfector

    Guide to the washer-disinfector a Electronic controller h Containers for DOS 2 and DOS 4 dispensing systems, optional b Interfaces, rear panel i DOS drawer (upper left, behind cover plate) c Water intake j Containers for neutralizer (red) and liquid detergent (blue) d Sensor access for validation k Drying unit e Filler port for salt container...
  • Page 14: Operating Controls

    Guide to the washer-disinfector Operating Controls a (ON/OFF) s Button Turns washer-disinfector on and off b Door Button a c Display If the washer-disinfector is not in use, the display automatically switches off after approx. 10 min. To turn the display back on, touch any button. Fault messages are shown in the display, together with a corresponding number.
  • Page 15 Guide to the washer-disinfector d Customer Service PC Interface 9 Test and transfer point for Customer Service e Button h (Start button) Starts the program f Button +C (Clear button) – return to the previous level – discard entries in input fields –...
  • Page 16: Display Operation

    Guide to the washer-disinfector Display Operation Depending on the operating level, the following choices are available in the display: – a program / the program overview – the Programming menu – the Settings menu J J menu, you can adjust the Profitronic Settings In the control system of the washer-disinfector to suit various...
  • Page 17: Example Of A Program Sequence Display

    Guide to the washer-disinfector Example of a program sequence display DES-VAR-TD Main wash 55,2 °C 0:35 Time remaining While a program is running, the following appears in the display: – the program name – the operating level – the program segment –...
  • Page 18: Context Menu

    Context menu Certain functions are available through the context menu at any time, regardless of the operational level: – Select display language – Change operating level, – Enter Start Delay. In operating level D, current fault messages are also displayed (if applicable). ^ To enter the context menu, simultaneously press the - e buttons for at least 3 seconds.
  • Page 19: Change The Display Language

    Context menu Change the display language You can use the context menu to change the language used in the display. This setting is stored until the washer-disinfector is switched off by the s button or the main switch. The language set in Settings / Language Jdoes not change.
  • Page 20: Change The Operating Level

    To change the codes for existing users, or to enter new users, you must be a registered administrator. The Administrator is registered by Miele Service. ^ Simultaneously press the - e buttons for at least 3 seconds. The context menu appears in the display:...
  • Page 21 Change operating level , then press OK to switch to the submenu. Select operator Operator ABC Administrator Miele Service ^ Select the user group and confirm with OK. ^ Enter the required code. Change operating level F F F Enter code...
  • Page 22: Start Delay

    Context menu Start delay When using the delay start function please observe chapter "Application/Surgical instruments". The start time for a program can be pre-selected. ^ To use this feature, go to the Delay start menu item and confirm. ^ To activate the Start Delay option, go to menu item Activate and select Delay start...
  • Page 23 Context menu The selected program, the preset start time, the current time of day, and the time remaining until the program starts are shown. DES-VAR-TD Start time 17:15 15:20 01:55 Time remaining The selected program automatically starts at the preset start time.
  • Page 24: Current Faults

    Context menu Current faults The Current faults option is displayed in Operating level D if there has been at least one fault at that point in time. In operating level D the current fault messages can be read under this menu item. ^ Select the menu item and confirm using OK.
  • Page 25: Opening And Closing The Door

    Opening and closing the door Electric door lock If you bypass the electrical lock The washer-disinfector is equipped with to open the door, there is the danger an electric door lock. of scalding and heat or chemical burns. If disinfectants have been The door can only be opened when: used, there is also the danger of –...
  • Page 26: Water Softener

    Water softener In order to provide good cleaning The built-in water softener can be results, the washer-disinfector requires programmed to settings from 1 a supply of soft water (water that is low in calcium/limescale). If hard tap water gr/gal to 60 gr/gal (1 gr/gal is is used, it can leave a white mineral equivalent to 1 °dH, 60 gr/gal is equivalent to 60 °dH).
  • Page 27: Setting The Water Softener

    Water softener Setting the water softener Before it is used for the first time, the Profitronic must be set to the local water hardness by Miele Service (see Programming manual, Operating information / Regeneration). °dH gr/gal °dH gr/gal 1 - 30...
  • Page 28: Reactivation Display

    If only pure evaporated salt with a regenerate twice in succession. fine grain size is available, please consult Miele Service. Pure evaporated salt with a grain size larger than 4 mm cannot be used. NEVER fill detergent or similar into the salt container.
  • Page 29: Filling The Salt Container

    Water softener Filling the salt container Inserting the salt container ^ Unscrew the filter cap. ^ Remove the mobile unit from the wash cabinet. ^ Fill the salt container with reactivation ^ Screw off the plastic lid at the top salt and close the filter cap.
  • Page 30: Executing The Regeneration

    Do not use force! the regeneration using the context If the container cannot be removed menu. To do so: manually, contact Miele Service. Open the context menu. ^ The salt container must be emptied - Select the menu item...
  • Page 31: Automatic Mobile Unit Recognition

    In operating level C, each coded mobile unit is assigned to the The magnetic strips of the PG 8535 corresponding program place. and PG 8536 washer-disinfector When a coded unit is inserted into the must contain gray magnets. machine and the washer-disinfector...
  • Page 32: Spray Arm Monitoring

    Upper and lower baskets combinations. For PG 8535 und PG 8536 washers-disinfectors, combinations of Top basket Bottom basket Spray arm upper and lower baskets may be used monitoring in addition to the mobile units.
  • Page 33: Application

    Application The washer-disinfector can be fitted After EVERY program completion, with various mobile units, adapted to conduct the following visual the type and shape of the items that inspection: need to be cleaned and disinfected; – Inspect the labware or instruments they can be equipped with a wide for cleanliness.
  • Page 34: How To Load The Washer-Disinfector

    Application How to load the – Tall, narrow hollow items should be placed in the center of the mobile washer-disinfector unit for best water coverage. Select mobile units, baskets and – Mobile units with an adapter must be inserts appropriate for the properly connected.
  • Page 35: Spring-Loaded Adapter For The Water Supply

    Application Spring-loaded adapter for the How to adjust the upper basket water supply The height of the upper basket can be adjusted on three levels, by 2 cm each. The spring-loaded adapter for the water supply must be properly engaged Depending on the height selected for when a basket or the injector unit is the upper basket and which inserts are...
  • Page 36: Surgical Instruments

    Application Surgical Instruments When processing instruments for minimally invasive procedures, e.g., The wait-time before processing minimal invasive surgery, it is surgical instruments should be as short essential that the insides be thoroughly as possible and should not exceed two cleaned before washing. Only the hours.
  • Page 37: Ophthalmology

    Application Ophthalmology Ophthalmological surgical instrument sets can be cleaned and disinfected in a special mobile injector unit. For rinsing, use demineralized water with a conductivity of ~15 ZS/cm (microsiemens per centimetre). In addition, the rinse water must have a low endotoxin and pyrogen content! The upper level is equipped with separate connections for hollow instruments, e.g.
  • Page 38: Anesthesia Instruments (An)

    Application Anesthesia instruments (AN) Anaesthetic instruments should be thermally disinfected using the program DES-VAR-TD-AN. If no sterilization will occur after washing, germ growth will need to be inhibited during storage. Because this requires thorough drying, a sufficient amount of drying time must be selected.
  • Page 39: Baby Bottles

    Application Baby bottles Baby bottles in E 135 containers, E 364 containers with wide-necked nipples and E 458 containers with screw-cap nipples can be cleaned and disinfected in this washer-disinfector. – Only use baby bottles with dishwasher-safe volume markings. – Bottles that are stored for longer than 4 hours prior to processing must be filled with water to prevent food residues from drying on the surface.
  • Page 40: Or Shoes

    Application OR shoes The following baskets can be used: OR shoes made of – O 167 for shoe sizes up to 40 (7 1/2 temperature-sensitive material and/or in Canada), insoles must be thermochemically – O 173 for shoe sizes up to 41 (8 in cleaned and disinfected at 60°C Canada), and (program CHEM-DISIN).
  • Page 41: Laboratory Equipment

    Application Laboratory equipment How to load the machine Wide-necked labware, e. g. beakers, Prepare items before loading wide-necked Erlenmeyer flasks and ^ Empty all glassware before loading Petri dishes, or cylindrical items, e. g. test tubes, can be cleaned inside and into the machine.
  • Page 42 Application Program Intended application LAB-STANDARD A simple, short program for light soiling and low rinse requirements: – for a wide range of soiling types, – not suitable for denatured residues such as proteins, – not suitable for acid-soluble residues such as metallic salts and amines.
  • Page 43 * The conversion to oil and grease resistant elastomers is recommended for organic residues such as oils and greases. ** In addition, the DOS NA 120 dispensing system (PG 8536) or DOS G60 dispensing module (PG 8535) is required. Additional pogram descriptions for medical programs are provided in the Miele...
  • Page 44: Chemical Processes And Technology

    Chemical processes and technology General notes Problem How to resolve it If seals, hoses and plastics in the – Establish the cause of the damage washer-disinfector suffer damage they and rectify it. will not be water-tight and will not See information regarding "Chemical function correctly.
  • Page 45 OXIVARIO or OXIVARIO PLUS. – The wash temperature must be less than 70 °C when using hydrogen peroxide. – Please contact Miele for advise. The following chemical agents can – Process parameters in the wash cause large amounts of foam to build...
  • Page 46 ORGANICA program where available load being processed. or an optional "Organica" program defined by Miele Service. – Please contact Miele for advice. Soiling Problem How to resolve it The following substances can damage – If possible, retrofit the...
  • Page 47 Chemical processes and technology Soiling Problem How to resolve it The following substances can lead to a – Thoroughly rinse items in water heavy build-up of foam during washing beforehand. and rinsing: – Select a cleaning program with at – Some disinfecting agents and least one short pre-rinse in cold or cleaning detergents, hot water.
  • Page 48 – Use the OIL program where available with alkaline chemical agents. This can or an optional "Oil" program defined lead to a heavy build-up of foam. by Miele Service. – This special program dispenses cleaning agents containing tensides (pH neutral) in the pre-rinse.
  • Page 49: Adding Liquid Detergents And Neutralizers

    If a dispensing system is to 120 ml/min. dispense different process chemicals, the change of chemicals – Dispensing system DOS 3 (red) for must be carried out by the Miele use with acidic products, e. g. Service Department. neutralizers. The dosing rate is 105 ml/min.
  • Page 50: Dispensing Systems

    Adding liquid detergents and neutralizers Dispensing systems For all special information about The liquid processing chemicals can the OXIVARIO and ORTHOVARIO be loaded into 5 l plastic containers, processes and how to connect the which are color-coded to match the container with H solution, see the respective dispensing system(s).
  • Page 51: Adding Liquid Detergents And Neutralizers

    Adding liquid detergents and neutralizers ^ Take the container out of the Adding liquid detergents and washer-disinfector and place it on the neutralizers open door of the washer-disinfector. ^ Open the dispensing drawer that ^ Open the container and fill it with the houses the chemical canisters.
  • Page 52: Message "Check Dispensing System [X]

    Adding liquid detergents and neutralizers Message "Check dispensing system Priming the dispensing system [X]" Whenever a container has been allowed to completely empty, it must be The running program is interrupted. primed (cleared of air) after refilling. ^ Check the container(s) and ^ Select the corresponding service dispensing hoses shown in the Fill DOS1...
  • Page 53: Operation

    Starting a program ^ If the water taps are closed, open You can find detailed and important them. information regarding the Miele ^ Hold down the s button for at least default programs in the program 1.5 s. overview chart in the accompanying Programming Manual.
  • Page 54: Program Sequence

    Operation Program sequence Operating level C Once started, the program proceeds Make sure that no metallic parts automatically. or pieces are stuck to the magnetic strip or its underside. As it proceeds, the program steps are Attached metallic objects can cause shown in the display.
  • Page 55: How To Cancel A Program

    Operation ^ Confirm the program cancellation How to cancel a program with OK. A program can only be interrupted Shown in the display: or cancelled in operating levels B Programme cancelled and D. Water drainage After the water has drained away, the In order to conduct a performance program list returns to the display.
  • Page 56: Interrupting A Program

    Operation Interrupting a program Caution! Items in the machine A program can only be interrupted may be hot. There is the danger of or cancelled in operating levels B burning or scalding. and D. In programs with thermochemical disinfection, steam containing high If the door must be opened for urgent levels of disinfectant can escape! reasons, e.
  • Page 57: Process Documentation

    (e. g. hub, switch). Further information about suitable printers and software solutions may A twisted Ethernet cable (cross-over) is be obtained from Miele Service. required for the direct Ethernet connection between the washer-disinfector and an external device, e. g., a PC.
  • Page 58: Maintenance Of The Washer-Disinfector

    Routine maintenance Process validation After every 1000 hours of operation, It is the responsibility of the operator to or at least once a year Miele Service routinely check that the required will need to perform routine cleaning and disinfection processes maintenance on the are functioning properly.
  • Page 59: Cleaning The Filters In The Wash Cabinet

    Maintenance of the washer-disinfector Cleaning the filters in the wash Cleaning the coarse filter cabinet The filters in the base of the wash cabinet are designed to prevent coarse soiling getting into the circulation system. A build-up of coarse soiling can cause the filters to clog up.
  • Page 60: Cleaning The Surface And Micro-Fine Filters

    Maintenance of the washer-disinfector Cleaning the surface and micro-fine filters ^ Remove the coarse filter. ^ Remove the fine filter from between the coarse and the micro-fine filters. ^ Then remove the micro-fine filter together with the flat filter. ^ Clean the filters. ^ Replace the filters by carrying out the above steps in the reverse order.
  • Page 61: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Maintenance of the washer-disinfector ^ Unscrew the upper spray arm. Cleaning the spray arms ^ Loosen the knurled thumb nut to The spray arms can become blocked and should therefore be checked every unscrew the lower spray arm. day. ^ Use a sharp pointed object to push ^ After cleaning the spray arms, fit or particles into the spray arm jets, and screw them back into position.
  • Page 62: Cleaning The Control Panel

    Cleaning the exterior Damaged or leaky door seals should ^ To clean the stainless steel exterior, be replaced by Miele Service. use a damp cloth and dish liquid, or a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner. ^ To help prevent re-soiling (fingerprints, etc.), a stainless steel...
  • Page 63: Mobile Units, Baskets, And Inserts

    Maintenance of the washer-disinfector Mobile units, baskets, and if applicable: inserts – Do the spray arms rotate freely? To ensure that the mobile units, – Are the spray jets clogged? See the baskets, and inserts function properly, section on "Maintenance measures / they must be checked daily.
  • Page 64: Drying Unit Maintenance

    Maintenance of the washer-disinfector Drying unit maintenance How to change the coarse filter Change coarse filter appears in the display, the coarse filter needs to be replaced. ^ Pull open the control cabinet drawer. ^ Change the coarse filter. The soft side of the filter must face the front.
  • Page 65: How To Change The Fine Filter

    HEPA filter needs to be replaced.. To ensure optimal performance, use only original Miele HEPA filters (classification 13). It is best to have the fine (HEPA) filter replaced directly by Miele Service during routine maintenance.
  • Page 66: Troubleshooting

    ^ Remove the underlying cause. ^ Open the service flap. ^ Press the reset button for the ther- mostat on the right side of the plinth (base). If the thermostat is triggered again, please contact Miele Service without delay.
  • Page 67: Cleaning The Filters In The Water Inlet

    Troubleshooting Cleaning the filters in the water To clean the filter inlet ^ Disconnect the washer-disinfector from the mains supply. Filters are incorporated in the screw connection of the water inlet hose to ^ Turn off the shut-off faucet and protect the water inlet valve.
  • Page 68: Customer Service

    "Operating out by Miele Service. Instructions" and "Programming Work performed by unqualified Manual", please contact Miele Service. persons can place the user at For contact information see last page considerable risk of harm. of the operating instructions.
  • Page 69: How To Install The Machine

    How to install the machine ALWAYS refer to the installation diagram included with the machine! In order to reduce the risk of steam damage, the area around the washer-disinfector should be limited to furniture and fittings that are designed for use in commercial wash environments.
  • Page 70: Electrical Connection

    30 mA. – To replace the power cord, use only original Miele replacement parts or a suitable cord with core cable ends. – The rotational direction of motorized power units depends on the electrical connection of the appliance.
  • Page 71: Water Connection

    NOT potable – If the water pressure lies outside the water. range of 150-1000 kPa (22-145 psi), please contact Miele service for – The washer-disinfector must be advice. connected to the water supply in accordance with local and national –...
  • Page 72: Di Water Connection (Pressure- Resistant) For 60 - 1000 Kpa Pressure

    (see connected to a DI source, the wash illustration). and disinfection programs will need to be adjusted accordingly by Miele Service. Also refer to the installation diagram The water intake hose remains on included with the machine! the rear of the machine.
  • Page 73: Connecting The Water Drain

    – It is best to connect the washer-disinfector to a separate drainage system on site. If separate drainage is not available, Miele recommends connecting to a dual-chamber siphon.The on-site drain connection point must be located between 0.6 m and 1 m above the lower edge of the washer-disinfector.If it is lower than...
  • Page 74: Technical Data

    ! mark MPG Guidelines - 93/42/EEC, Class IIb Address of manufacturer Miele & Cie. KG, Carl-Miele-Str. 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany If the machine is installed above 1500 m, the washwater will boil at a lower tem- perature. This may require you to lower the disinfection temperature and lengthen the holding time (A value).
  • Page 75: Optional Equipment

    Optional equipment Options – Retrofit kits for DOS S 20 and DOS NA 120 dispensing systems – Connection module AM10 with potential free contacts – Conductivity meter...
  • Page 76: Oxivario And Orthovario Optional Features

    OXIVARIO and ORTHOVARIO Optional features Intended Use i. e., from HF (high frequency) surgery, orthopaedic surgery, instruments that The washer-disinfector can be dry out during long delays until equipped (or retro-fitted) for the preparation, and for instruments OXIVARIO process, with two additional affected by antiseptics.
  • Page 77: Safety Instructions And Warnings

    The H solution must only be used in special containers from "Dr. Weigert", ^ Connect the H container. supplied by Miele, with the matching ^ Start the DOS2-FILL service program. adapters. In contrast to the other processing Always read and comply with the...
  • Page 78: Disposing Of An Old Appliance

    Disposing of an old appliance Old electric and electronic equipment often contains valuable materials. However, it also may contain harmful substances that were necessary for safe use. Improperly disposing of appliances in your household waste can be detrimental to health and the environment.
  • Page 80 Subject to change without notice / Creation date 2015-11-01 M.-Nr. 10 317 280 / 00 0297...

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