Q: What should I know about preventive maintenance?


A: The following:

CAUTION

  • Always use authorized parts to avoid the risk of product damage
  • mproper usage of the product can cause injury to the patient or operator. Operate the product only as described in the manual
  • Do not modify the product or any components of the product. Modifying the product can cause unpredictable operation resulting in injury to patient or operator. Modifying the product also voids its warranty

Establish and follow a maintenance schedule and keep records of the maintenance activity. Remove product from service

before you perform the preventive maintenance inspection. You may need to perform preventive maintenance checks more

often based on your level of product usage. Service only by qualified personnel.


When using maintenance products, follow the directions of the manufacturer and reference all material safety data sheets

(MSDS).


* Cleaning

** Disinfecting


Regular inspection and adjustments

The following schedule is a general guide to maintenance. Factors such as weather, terrain, geographical location, and

individual usage will alter the required maintenance schedule. If you are unsure how to perform these checks, contact your

Stryker service technician. If you are in doubt as to what intervals to follow to maintain your product, consult your Stryker

service technician. Check each routine and replace worn parts if necessary.


Every month or two hours

Inspect these items every month or two hours, whichever comes first.



Every three months or six hours

Inspect these items every three months or six hours, whichever comes first.



Every six months or 12 hours

Inspect these items every six months or 12 hours, whichever comes first.



Every 12 months or 24 hours

Inspect these items every 12 months or 24 hours, whichever comes first.




Errors and omission excepted