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Vibrating Composite Attachment to VibraJect R3

For the placement of dental composite materials to eliminate material “pull back”, better fill of the cavity and provide for less finish polishing



The Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries are shipped not fully charged and must be charged before using. Insert the batteries into the charger with the positive (+) side, the small end, facing the charger body as indicated. Plug the charger into any 120/240V outlet and charge overnight, or for a minimum of 4 hours. The orange indicator light indicates the batteries are charging and turns to green when the batteries are charged. Remove one battery. Leave the charger plugged in with the other battery left in it so it will be fully charged and ready for use. CAUTION: Never leave a battery in the charger if it is not plugged in, as it will discharge the battery.


Unscrew the Control Knob from the motor. Insert the positive (+) side, the small end, facing into the Control Knob. Screw the Control Knob back into the motor housing until the motor starts running and back it off about one full turn.


Insert the Motor Cartridge into the Attachment, rotating and pushing the Motor Cartridge until it is fully seated in the Attachment. Select the appropriate Tip and insert in fully into the collet. Tighten the Collet Nut SECURELY, as the vibrations will tend to loosen it. Turn the Control Knob just until the motor starts to run. CAUTION: Never over tighten the Control Knob. Turn off the motor by unscrewing the Control Knob about one full turn. It is now ready for use.


Apply the composite material just the same as you would if using a hand instrument. Turn on the motor and use a light wiping motion to spread the composite. Turn off the motor when not in use. The vibrations will cause the composite material to be more fluid and it will fill all of the voids and crevices The vibrations also prevent “pull-Back” from the tool and you probably do not have to use a flowable composite first. CAUTION: We recommend you practice this technique prior to use on a patient, as it is different from the normal hand instruments. Final results should be a glazed surface requiring minimal finish polishing.


When you first notice the motor slowing down, remove the battery from the Control Knob and install the charged battery from the charger. Be sure to install the battery with the positive (+) side, the small end, facing the Control Knob. Insert the used battery into the charger (either port) with the (+) side facing the main body of the charger. Charge a minimum of 4 hours, or overnight, and leave it in the charger to be fully charged for use.


Remove the Motor Cartridge from the Attachment. CAUTION: NEVER HEAT STERILIZE THE MOTOR CARTRIDGE OR SUBMERGE IT IN ANY LIQUID. Wipe external surfaces with an intermediate level cleaner/disinfectant. Remove the Tip from the Handle and clean both thoroughly. The Tips and Attachment can be autoclaved by normal procedures.


If the indicator light of the charger does not come on, check to see if the batteries are properly installed. If they are, the batteries need to be replaced. Over time, the batteries lose their ability to stay charged and need to be replaced. Do not subject the charger to any liquids while plugged in. Keep plugged in charger out of the reach of children. Unplug it when not in use and remove the batteries. Do NOT subject the batteries to any liquids as they could swell and become unusable.

VibraComp is intended for dental composite applications only. VibraJect LLC will not bear any responsibility for anything other than its intended use.

Vibra Dental Instruments
Anaheim, CA