This wrench was designed for use in dental applications. It should only be used by qualified personnel.
It is used to screw in dental implants and to extract them at pre-adjusted torque levels.
Setting the dental implant torque wrench: The desired amount of torque can be set with the adjustment nut (1).
A scale (2)in the front of the wrench indicates the amount of torque that can be applied at that setting. 5 Ncm increments are clearly marked on the sides of the scale (from 10 to 45 Ncm).
Blocking the Torque: Setting the torque to its maximum effectively disables the torque feature.
Do not screw too tightly.
Storage: Store in a relaxed position, not exceeding 20 Ncm.
Force should only be applied at the head of the adjustment nut (1)
When reaching the desired torque, the wrench bends around the pivot (3) in the ratchet head and gives off an audible click. At this point stop pressing on the wrench – otherwise it will be damaged.
The wrench will return to its normal orientation when you stop applying force.
The wrenches are not sterilized prior to shipping.
They must be cleaned, disinfected and sterilized before use.
When cleaning, do not use abrasive detergents and do not apply excessive pressure.
To avoid damage do not clean with wire brush or metal pads.
Use only cleaning and disinfectant solutions with a ph between 5 and 10.
Please follow the cleaning / disinfectant manufacturer’s instructions
Frequent but careful cleaning has little effect on the life of the ratchet.
Product life is determined by wear.
Recalibrate the wrench once a year. The wrench must be cleaned and sterilized after service.