Podiatry Drill Maintenance

Important Tips

It is important to keep up to date your Hadewe Suction and Podiatry Drills at all times. Part numbers are listed below. Below are also some Tips that will keep your drills working well for a long time.

You can also find the information in the every Manual.

 

Maintenance Part Numbers

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Model Part Number Description
Helius40 Older Model  RT-H4571 Protective White Washer
   RT-H5179 Micro Filter
   RT-H5115 Paper Filter
   RT-H5116 Square Filter w Border
   RT-H3752 Square Filter
 Helius40 Newer Model  RT-H5179 Micro Filter 
   RT-H5115 Paper Filter
   RT-H3752 Square Filter
 Auroria & Veloria  RT-H5179 Micro Filter 
  RT-H3752 Square Filter
All Units RT-H5361-74 Spanner & Key Set

**All Units have 1 year Warranty on Manufacturing Defects**

 

Replacing the Protective White Washer

 

  Replacing the Protective White Washer  Replacing the Protective White Washer

Exchange the Sealing Washer at the top of the hand piece for older Helius40 Models, newer models don't require this process.

This white washer needs to be changed to prevent dust from entering the hand piece and causing damage.

  1. Use the included Spanner tool to screw off the head (tip) of the hand piece (see picture below).
  2. Pull out the washer using pincers.
  3. Push a new washer into place from above into the top of the head 

 

Replacing the Filters

Filters:

As soon as the display shows that a filter change is required, you only need to open the hatch at the side of the unit to replace the filter with a new one. 

The filter chamber is easily accessed and can be comfortably opened thanks to the magnet holders in the door.

 

The Micro Filter bags RT-H5179 are classified as class M filters by the BIA (Germany’s Health & Safety Institute for the work environment), meaning they have a dust retention capacity of 99,9%.

Please note that the conventional paper filters  RT-H5115 are not to be used with Auroria or Veloria Suction Integrated Units.

 

Micro Filter bags RT-H5179

 

RT-H5115 RT-H5115 Paper filters for Hadewe suction units (except Auroria & Veloria). To be exchanged after 50 work hours latest!
RT-H5179 RT-H5179 Special micro filters for all Hadewe suction units. To be exchanged after 50 work hours latest!
RT-H5116 RT-H5116 ( Square Suction Unit Filter for Older Units) Control unit filter for suction chamber of all Hadewe suction units. To be exchanged after 200 work hours latest.
RT-H3752 RT-H3752 ( Square Suction Unit Filter for All Current Units)

Control unit filter for suction chamber of all Hadewe suction units. To be exchanged after 200 work hours latest.

 

 

Cleaning the Chuck

 

Cleaning the chuck

 

1) Screw off the top of the hand piece with the spanner shown in the picture.

2) Now clean the inside of the hand piece and the top with a dry brush.

Cleaning hand pieceCleaning hand piece

3) For opening the chuck, Regardless of the Hadewe Unit you have, push the button forward.

 

Opening the chuck

4) Set the screw spanner (wrench) on the axle and hold it tight. Now use the front of the second spanner to unscrew the chuck. 

5) To assemble the chuck follow the steps in reverse order. Make sure that the chuck is opened during the assembly (the hand piece button must be in forward  position), and is firmly applied afterwards.

Chuck

6) Cleaning the chuck:

Soak the chuck in ethyl alcohol or a special cleaning liquid for tools. Clean the slits and the hole of the chuck with a dry scrubber or brush. 

Rinse the chuck very well, and make sure you let it dry well afterwards.  Cover your index finger with a very little amount (just a drop) of oil and rub in between your thumb and index finger. Now dab off the oil til your finger is only covered with a very thin film of oil. Now move the chuck in between your thumb and pointer.

There should be only a very thin film of oil left on the chuck.  Please act according to the saying: Less is more!