Maintenance & Manuals

Maintenance is key to keeping your practice running smoothly. West Coast Dental Depot offers Maintenance Training courses for your staff on how to correctly clean and maintain your equipment. These popular courses run three times a year and are rated as an extremely valuable resource by participants. We can also tailor a Preventative Maintenance Program for your surgery. See below for details.
Useful Maintenance and Manual Downloads Other helpful maintenance information, arranged by brand, is provided below. Simply click on the item to download in PDF format.
A-dec Dimensions
A-dec Service Parts Catalogue
A-dec 55 point check-up
A-dec Upholstery Maintenance
A-dec upholstery colours
A-dec 500 delivery instructions
A-dec 300 delivery instructions
A-dec Quick-Disconnect Syringes

Cattani Pulijet Gentle Instructions

Merck Swab Samplers and Test Kits

NSK Maintenance & Infection Control guide

NSK Care 3 Plus

Maintenance Courses West Coast Dental Depot can provide training in equipment maintenance for your whole dental team. Contact us for more information on our Maintenance Matters Courses or to discuss how we can tailor a course to suit your specific needs. Maintenance Matters 2023 Course Dates
  • 10 March
  • 16 June
  • 15 September
 All courses run on a Friday from 1:30pm to 4pm with light refreshments provided. Enquire about training courses
Preventative Maintenance West Coast Dental Depot can provide a preventative maintenance program for a range of dental equipment including but not limited to: • Dental Chairs • Compressors • Suction Units • Autoclaves • Thermal Disinfectors • Dental Handpieces • Intra Oral and OPG X-Rays • Ultrasonics • Phosphor Plate Scanners • Nitrous Oxide Systems Request a preventative maintenance appraisal
Waterline Maintenance Monitoring and cleaning your waterlines regularly prevents accumulation of odour and foul-tasting bacteria. To help prevent the potential for infection from bacterial contaminated water in your DUWL (dental unit water lines), follow A-dec’s recommended “Maintain, Monitor, Shock” approach. This will ensure your bacterial colony forming count is under ADA’s recommended <200 CFU (colony forming units). Download Water Maintenance Guide

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