How and when should I clean the Brass tips and HandMass?
Your Device utilizes brass for the HandMass and the tip of your stylus because it is excellent for conducting electricity but brass has a down side in that it must be maintained properly in order to continue to have excellent and accurate readings. In order for a practitioner to maintain good conductivity during testing of a patient/client, readings, a small amount of water must be applied between the brass of the tip and the HandMass and the skin of their client. Continuous contact to water cases the brass to corrode. Thus, it is recommended that between patients/clients that the practitioner take the time to wipe down their equipment and use alcohol to remove oil residues and to sanitize the accessories. I It is also recommended that the HandMass is cleaned vigorously weekly (or more often depending upon use) so that the brass maintains a bright shiny golden color. it recommended to use a vigorous cleaning process to bring the brass back to new.
Cleaning the MSA Stylus Tip
Cleaning the MSA HandMass Brass
Cleaning the MSA HandMass Brass Interior
Can a broken accessory be fixed?
Typically, most accessories purchased since 2012 can be repaired. Call IHT technical support at 801-889-2224 for an RMA so we can evaluate the situation. Before calling, make sure that the connector plug is inserted all the way into the correct port ...
Can I upgrade from MSA Professional to a BioScan System?
Yes, you can! While these are beautiful devices and have been highly reliable for over 20 years, the MSA Professional systems have been out of new production since 2005 and the boards which power the device are no longer available. IHT is offering an ...
How are hidden items in the library handled and what does the “D” and “H” symbols mean?
Many Virtual library folders have been edited numerous times by the company involved with the Virtual library. Old Virtual library items may be later marked for removal by the manufacturer. The How hidden VL items load controls the various ways that ...