Thank you for placing your confidence in our procedure chairs. They have been engineered from quality materials and hand-made with care to fulfil the requirements of the healthcare industry. Your chair will give years of trouble-free service if used and cared for in accordance with our directions.
Before using your procedure chair please take the time to read our user guide carefully and familiarise yourself with the controls and operation of the unit.
It is important to assess that this equipment is suitable for your patients clinical needs.
Modsel offers a range of chairs designed for a wide variety of facility types, departmental use and procedures.
Patients, especially children must not be left unattended on or with a chair at any time.
When the steering is activated, two castors at the opposite end of the base to the steer/brake pedals lock into a straight position once the chair is moved. This ensures accurate tracking and even turning. When the brake is activated, all four castors lock solid.
To steer the chair.
Press one of the corner GREEN pedals on the base down fully to activate steering. Press the opposite RED pedal back to the horizontal (neutral) position to disengage steering.
To brake when parked.
Press one of the corner RED pedals down fully to activate all four castor brakes. Press the opposite GREEN pedal back to the horizontal (neutral) position to disengage the brakes.
There are two styles of dropside, the standard being the side board style which lowers down vertically to beneath the chair top and the stretcher style with vertical risers which folds down horizontally.
To release, lift the dropside lock tab and then lower the dropside. When the dropside is lifted into its upright position, it will automatically lock.
To operate the backrest.
Press the UPWARD facing arrow labeled 'BACK' on the handset to raise. Press the DOWNWARD facing arrow to lower.
To raise and lower leg rest.
Press the UPWARD facing arrow labeled 'LEG' on the handset to raise. Press the DOWNWARD facing arrow to lower.
To raise and lower the chair top.
Press the UPWARD facing arrow labeled 'HIGH/LOW' on the handset to raise. Press the DOWNWARD facing arrow to lower.
To tilt or recline the chair.
Press the DOWNWARD facing arrows labeled 'TILT (FOOT/HEAD)' on the handset to tilt either end of the chair.
To contour the chair.
Press the UPWARD facing arrow labeled 'CHAIR/BED' on the handset to raise the backrest and lower the leg rest to a sitting position together. Press the DOWNWARD facing arrow to lower the backrest and lift the leg rest to a the lying position together.
Note - Position of the battery and controller cradle may vary according to the chair configuration. The number of operations per charge will vary according to the loading of the stretcher. Do not continually run the battery to low charge as this will gradually reduce the battery life. Regular charging of the battery is recommended. Low Battery Warning: On hearing an audible tone from the unit during use, plug the chair into mains power (if available) or remove the battery for charging immediately. Failure to comply with this will result in shortening of battery life.
To remove the battery, squeeze the lever under the end of the battery to release the lock and then pull away from the control box interface connection, allowing the battery to continue resting on its slide support. Carefully lift the battery out. To install the battery, lift the battery into position and rest on its slide support. Push the battery firmly into the control box interface until you hear the lock click.
Mains power cable.
The chair should always be operated while powered with a standard 240V outlet. ALWAYS ENSURE LEAD IS UNPLUGGED BEFORE MOVING THE CHAIR. There is a battery backup to allow chair operation whilst unplugged. The number of operations per charge will vary according to the loading of the chair. Do not continually run the battery to low charge as this will gradually reduce the battery life. Regular charging of the battery is recommended.
Low Battery Warning: On hearing an audible tone from the unit during use, immediately plug unit into a mains power outlet to recharge battery for a minimum of 6 hours. Failure to comply with this will result in shortening of battery life.
The optional removable IV Pole may be stored in the optional IV pole holder or separately to the chair. The removable pole can be fitted into one of the square corner sockets on the chair top (normally in all four corners).
To raise the IV hanger.
Lift the hanger and let go. The hanger will automatically lock into the desired height setting.
To lower the IV hanger.
Pull down on the lock body to release. Support the hanger and lower it to the desired height, letting go of the lock body to re-lock.
We continue to develop our products and use materials or coatings that will withstand the tough and aggressive chemicals used in present cleaning programs. Our ranges of Modsel patient transport stretchers have been carefully designed with the ease of cleaning, safety and longevity in mind.
DAMAGE CAUSED BY THESE PROCESSES ARE IDENTIFIABLE AND MAY VOID WARRANTY
Wipe off cleaning product residue with a clean, soft cloth and rinse with fresh warm water immediately after use. If particular cleaner/disinfectant is not listed we advise to test the particular surface disinfectant in advance or to contact us in case of any doubts.
After each (12) twelve months of use, the chair must be checked in accordance with our recommended Service Checklist.
TO ENSURE WARRANTY, PERIODIC MAINTENANCE RECORDS MUST BE RETAINED.
To service your chair, contact your Servicing Engineer, Distributor or Modsel on 1300 785 790.
We warrant in the event that:
The defect or defects are not due to:
At our option, repair or replace the part or parts found within our reasonable judgement to have been defective in workmanship or materials. Should your chair ever require attention due to a failure as defined under the warranty above, please contact Modsel or your local distributor from whom your chair was originally purchased.