As the VPM2 ages parts on the unit can begin to fail and can cause vacuum loss. If vacuum falls too low the unit will not mix and can even keep the bowl from being held in place.
We often overlook the internal parts of our machines, and we need to take care of them outside and inside. Most of the machines that Whip Mix manufactures have internal parts that are maintainable by the technician and should be addressed on a routine maintenance schedule.
Even small equipment, like your Vac-U-Mixer bowls, need to be maintained. See what general maintenance of the vac-u-mixer is needed to ensure minimal downtime.
Maintaining and cleaning articulators in a dental school setting can be difficult. To keep your dental schools articulators in the best shape follow these tips.
Don’t let loss of vacuum become an issue for your VPM2 Programmable Mixer. Here are three common problems for loss of vacuum and how to fix them.