TANNING BED INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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16R 24S 24SR,24R 32S 32R, Danger Ultraviolet radiation Follow instructions Avoid Overexposure As with. natural sunlight overexposure can cause eye and skin injury and allergic reactions Repeated. exposure may cause premature aging of the skin and skin cancer WEAR PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR. FAILURE TO MAY RESULT IN SEVERE BURNS OR LONG TERM INJURY TO THE EYES Medications. or cosmetics may increase your sensitivity to the ultraviolet radiation Consult physician before. using sunlamp if you are using medications or have a history of skin problems or believe yourself. especially sensitive to sunlight If you do not tan in the sun you are unlikely to tan from the use. of this product Children the elderly or fair skinned people who always burn easily and either. never tan or tan minimally should not use this equipment. To use lie down under canopy and pull down as far as adjustment will allow Do not use without. clear plastic panel and wire grill in place Untanned persons should not tan on consecutive days. during their first week of tanning Never tan more than once a day Tanning normally appears. after the first few sessions and maximizes after approximately four weeks Tan once or twice per. week thereafter to maintain appearance Persons already having a base tan may begin at. advanced levels corresponding to the extent of their base tan. I Sensitive Skin Burns easily and severely and does not tan. II Light Skin Burns easily and severely and tans minimally. III Normal Skin Burns moderately and tans average, IV Dark Skin Burns minimally tans easily and above average. MAXIMUM EXPOSURE TIME IN MINUTES 15 MINUTE MODELS,RECOMMENDED. Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4,Sensitive Skin Burns easily severely. I Tanning Not Advised,Does not tan,Light Skin Burns easily severely.
II Tans minimally 4 6 8 10,Normal Skin Burns moderately. III Tans moderately 6 8 10 13,Dark Skin Burns minimally. IV Tans well above average 8 10 12 15,MAXIMUM EXPOSURE TIME IN MINUTES 20 MINUTE MODELS. RECOMMENDED,Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4,Sensitive Skin Burns easily severely. I Tanning Not Advised,Does not tan,Light Skin Burns easily severely.
II Tans minimally 4 6 8 12,Normal Skin Burns moderately. III Tans moderately 6 8 10 15,Dark Skin Burns minimally. IV Tans well above average 8 10 15 20, New lamps emit approximately 10 more ultraviolet radiation during the first 50 hours of operation. Recommended tanning times should therefore be reduced by approximately 10 during that period. WARNING Read these instructions before using this sunlamp product All persons in the. room should wear protective eyewear when lamps are on Recommended eyewear Provided. eyeshields or equivalent eyewear as defined under 21 CFR 1040 20 Other types of eyewear may. not provide adequate protection Failure to use protective eyewear may result in severe burns or. other eye injury If discomfort develpos discontinue use and consult a physician. The following lamps have been certified for use in the Solar Storm. 16R 24S 24SR 24R 32S or 32R models 120V 240V Outlets. 2645 Inferno Wolff lamps 15 minute 1704 FT LSI lamps 20 minute. 2393 CC 5 0 Wolff lamps 20 minute 1705 BT LSI lamps 20 minute. Standard 120V NEMA 6 20,Electrical Requirements 220V. Your sunbed operates from a 120V or 220V AC source For 120V models you should have a standard. electrical outlet on a dedicated 20 Amp Circuit Breaker For 220V models you should have a NEMA 6 20R. Electrical outlet on a dedicated 20 Amp Circuit Breaker installed in the room in which you will use the unit. For SS32R models 30 Amp service will need to be hard wired to the bed We recommend installation. by a professional electrician The outlet must be earth grounded. DANGER DANGER,Shock hazard Some medications may increase your.
sensitivity to ultraviolet light It is,Disconnect power before servicing. recommended that you consult a physician,or removing any protective covers. before using this sunbed if taking any, Do not operate this device near medication or if you suspect that your skin. water or while you are wet might be especially sensitive to sunlight. Wear protective eyewear Failure to may result in severe burns or long term injury to the eyes. Air from the room is used to cool the sunbed Maximum ambient room temperature should be. 80oF Place your sunbed no closer than 6 from any wall Make sure nothing obstructs the. airflow into the sunbed s endcaps or out of the fan openings A poorly ventilated room may. cause the unit to become hot and cause discomfort to the user. Unpacking and Inspection, Your sunbed comes in two cardboard cartons Pull back the plastic sheet and with a helper grasp. the bench and pull it from the carton bottom leaving the plastic wrap and the carton packaging. Do not try to lift the unit with the plastic still on as it may slip Do the same with the canopy. The canopy box contains the canopy and a pair of gas springs The bench box contains the bench. assembly hardware and stand legs Inspect the items and make sure they are free from any visible. damage Report the extent of any damage to the transportation company. Hardware Inventory,Allen head Bolt 5 16 X 1 Hinge Brackets.
Quantity 6 1 Left 1 Right,5 16 Metal Washer Hex Allen Wrench. Quantity 10 Quantity 1,Allen head Bolt 5 16 X 1 5 Safety Goggles. Quantity 4 Quantity 1,Assembly Procedures, 1 Lay the bench upside down on the floor Locate the two stand legs. 2 Using six 5 16 X 1 bolts and six 5 16 washers fasten the. legs to the bench as shown with the two small skirt. mounting holes toward the back by installing the, center bolt first You may have to gently push the sides. of the legs in to align holes Tighten with the allen. 3 Turn bench over Install hinge,brackets to ends of bench.
Secure using 5 16 X 1 5 Allen,head bolts and 5 16 metal. washers Tighten bolt snug,then an additional half turn. 4 Lift the canopy and hold it, between the hinge brackets 5 Insert 5 16 X 1 5 bolts. with 5 16 washers into both,hinge brackets Tighten bolts. into the endcap threaded inserts,until snug then an additional.
half turn Do not overtighten,to avoid damaging threaded. 6 The gas springs have, a locking mechanism 7 With a helper holding the canopy open align ends of gas spring ball joints. with pivot studs and push into place Be sure rod end is down as shown. Pry back the DO NOT lower canopy until both,locking clip gas springs are engaged. with a flat, screwdriver 8 Lift and lower the canopy a few times to lubricate. gas springs for optimum performance,9 Plug the three prong power cord into the proper.
dedicated outlet 32R models are to be hard wired,See Electrical Requirements. Voltage for 120V beds must,be between105 125 VAC,Failure to engage locking clips may. Voltage for 220V beds must,result in the ball joints working loose. be between215 230 VAC or,allowing the canopy to fall which may. will void warranty,result in damage to the unit and injury.
Using Your Sunbed, Before using your sunbed please note the following. Your skin should be free of cosmetics tanning oils or other body lotions prior to tanning. except for those specifically made for use with tanning devices However do not remove. natural body oils by bathing or showering immediately before tanning. Keep treated hair from contacting sunbed surfaces Many hair products can damage the. sunbed acrylic Wear a shower cap or towel if you use gels mousses sprays or other hair. Your sunbed is designed for individual use Always wear the safety goggles supplied with. your sunbed or another approved pair of goggles as defined under 21 CFR 1040 20. Regular sunglasses do not provide adequate protection from ultraviolet light. Exposure Times, Follow the guidelines for skin type and exposure times according to your model as shown in the. tables below Untanned persons should not tan on consecutive days during their first week of. tanning Never tan more than once a day Tanning normally appears after the first few sessions. and maximizes after approximately four weeks Tan once or twice per week thereafter to maintain. apearance Persons already having a base tan may begin at advanced levels corresponding to the. extent of their base tan, I Sensitive Skin Burns easily and severely and does not tan. II Light Skin Burns easily and severely and tans minimally. III Normal Skin Burns moderately and tans average, IV Dark Skin Burns minimally tans easily and above average. MAXIMUM EXPOSURE TIME IN MINUTES 15 MINUTE MODELS,RECOMMENDED.
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4,Sensitive Skin Burns easily severely. I Tanning Not Advised,Does not tan,Light Skin Burns easily severely. II Tans minimally 4 6 8 10,Normal Skin Burns moderately. III Tans moderately 6 8 10 13,Dark Skin Burns minimally. IV Tans well above average 8 10 12 15,MAXIMUM EXPOSURE TIME IN MINUTES 20 MINUTE MODELS.
RECOMMENDED,Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4,Sensitive Skin Burns easily severely. I Tanning Not Advised,Does not tan,Light Skin Burns easily severely. II Tans minimally 4 6 8 12,Normal Skin Burns moderately. III Tans moderately 6 8 10 15,Dark Skin Burns minimally. IV Tans well above average 8 10 15 20,Timer Overview.
The LT1 Timer is ideal for controlling residential tanning beds. Specifications, Depth Width Height Current Draw Relay Spec Con guration. 1 408 4 10 2 1 40mA 120VAC 5A SPST Form A, Connect the LT1 to the tanning bed using the white header connector on the back of the circuit board. See the diagram,Session Control, To start a session press the Set button on the LT1 The. time will go to the maximum time then count down, The lamps will turn on automatically You can decrease. the time by pressing the Set button To cancel a session. press the Start Stop button on the LT1 The display will. go to a 0 Pin 3 Neutral or L2,Pin 2 AC HOT or L1,Removal of Acrylic Pin 1 Output.
Remove black acrylic locking strips first To remove the acrylic locking strip insert a flat head screwdriver. into the front edge of the locking strip and pry up After Acrylic locking strip is removed go to the head. of the bed Place the flat head screwdriver between the acrylic and aluminum extrusion You will then lift. the acrylic up enough to get your hand under it Please use a glove due to the acrylic is very sharp and will. cut an unprotected hand With your hand placed between the acrylic and extrusion lift up on the acrylic. until it pops out of the extrusion Lift the acrylic out of the bed. Replacing Acrylic, Insert Acrylic into aluminum extrusion lip in back of bed Apply pressure to back aluminum extrusion while. pushing acrylic down into the bed until it pops into the front aluminum extrusion Replace black acrylic. locking strips,Care and Maintenance,Cleaning After Use. Clean and disinfect your tanning bed s bench and canopy after each use Use a non abrasive disinfectant. cleaner that does not contain ammonia or ammonia derivitaves Ammonia may damage the acrylic. shield Spray the acrylic lightly with disinfectant and wipe dry with a clean soft cloth Wipe the canopy grill. with a soft cloth slightly dampened with disinfectant then wipe dry. Thorough Periodic Cleaning, The cooling fans draw air through the bed and will cause a dust buildup on the lamps and reflectors. When a dust buildup is observed it is necessary to thoroughly clean the inside of the bench and canopy. 1 Remove the acrylic shield metal grill and lamps, 2 With a soft cloth wipe the entire length of each lamp. 3 Clean both sides of the acrylic shield and grill with a non ammonia disinfectant cleaner. 4 Wipe the reflectors with a clean damp cloth,5 Re install the lamps acrylic shield and grill.
Mechanical Inspection, Inspect the unit s fasteners verifying that all are firmly in place Pay particular attention to the hinge bolts. Inspect gas springs for signs of wear Replace gas springs that will not hold the canopy in the fully open. position when raised,Inspect the AC power cord and its connections. Inspect the acrylic Replace if broken cracked or badly scratched. Solar Storm Lamp Configuration, Use this table to determine the correct lamp type quantity and placement for your Solar Storm model. Canopy Bench Max Exposure,Quantity Lamp Quantity Lamp Time Minutes. SS16R Dual 8 2393 CC 20,SS16R PW 8 2393 CC 20,SS16R Bronze 8 2645 Inferno 8 2645 Inferno 15.
SS16R 8 2393 CC 8 2393 CC 20,SS24S Dual 12 2393 CC 20. SS24S PW 12 2393 CC 20,SS24S Bronze 12 2645 Inferno 12 2645 Inferno 15. SS24S 12 2393 CC 12 2393 CC 20,12 2645 Inferno,SS24SR 12 2645 Inferno 15. 6 2281 Renew T5,SS24R Dual 12 2393 CC 20,SS24R PW 12 2393 CC 20. SS24R Bronze 12 2645 Inferno 12 2645 Inferno 15,SS24R 12 2393 CC 12 2393 CC 20.
SS32S Dual 16 2393 CC 20,SS32S PW 16 2393 CC 20,SS32S Bronze 16 2645 Inferno 16 2645 Inferno 15. SS32S 16 2393 CC 16 2393 CC 20,SS32R 16 2393 CC 16 2393 CC 20. 32R Bronze 16 2645 Inferno 16 2645 Inferno 15,SS32R PW 16 2393 CC 20. SS32R Dual 16 2393 CC 20,Solar Storm,16R 24S 24SR 24R 32S 32R. Manufactured by,1044 Fordtown Road Kingsport TN 37663.
TANNING BED INSTRUCTION MANUAL 16R 24S 24SR 24R 32S 32R Skin Type I Sensitive Skin Burns easily and severely and does not tan II Light Skin Burns easily and severely and tans minimally III Normal Skin Burns moderately and tans average IV Dark Skin Burns minimally tans easily and above average Danger Ultraviolet radiation Follow instructions Avoid Overexposure As with

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