service manual model 550 automatic airless spray gun for

SERVICE MANUAL
EN
MODEL 550 AUTOMATIC
AIRLESS SPRAY GUN
FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY
WARNING — HIGH PRESSURE — WARNING
MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE UP TO 3000 POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH
• DO NOT POINT SPRAY GUN AT ANY PART OF THE HUMAN BODY
• FLUID UNDER HIGH PRESSURE CAN PENETRATE THE SKIN AND CAUSE SEVERE INTERNAL INJURY
• IN CASE OF INJURY OBTAIN MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY
• BE SURE TO REPORT NATURE OF INJURY AND TYPE OF FLUID OR SOLVENT TO THE DOCTOR
Be sure you understand ALL of the following instructions thoroughly
BEFORE operating any part of the airless equipment system.
CONSULT YOUR BINKS REPRESENTATIVE TO CLEAR UP ANY ITEMS
OF INSTRUCTION YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND.
5. N
EVER plug a hose leak with your finger, with adhesive tape, or
other “stop-gap” device.
6. N
EVER operate the airless system with a defective hose. ALWAYS
replace the defective hose immediately. For continuing safety,
users are urged to:
a.
ALWAYS handle carefully all hose connections, joints, and
seating surfaces on the spray gun to prevent damage.
b.
NEVER kink or bend the fluid hose into less than a four inch
radius.
c.
FREQUENTLY check the hose for kinks or abrasions. These
may develop into a rupture.
d.
NEVER use standard hardware to modify the airless system.
ALWAYS use Binks high pressure fittings only.
1.
UNDER NO circumstances should the spray gun be carelessly
handled nor its spray (even when the nozzle is removed) directed
at close proximity to any part of the human body.
2. D
O NOT operate airless spray gun with tip guard housing
removed or altered.
3. N
EVER clean, change, or remove the nozzle from the
spray gun without first doing the following:
a.Shut off pump and, in addition, unplug electrical cord or turn
off air supply.
b.Release fluid pressure in the entire system, from pump or
supply line to spray gun.
7.The airless pump must be grounded before operating the airless
spray system.
4. N
EVER attempt to force the flow of liquid backward through the
gun (blowback) with your finger, hand, or hand-held object
pressed against the gun nozzle.
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Your new Binks 550 Automatic Airless Spray Gun has been
thoroughly tested before leaving the factory. No adjustments are
required before spray operations begin other than installing the
nozzle tip selected. The gun body has four holes which allow the
material body to be mounted in any of four positions for convenient
fluid hose hookup.
5.Shut fluid supply and air supply OFF.
6.Replace gasket (3), nozzle tip, and tip guard assembly (4)
(or Twist-Tip) as per safety procedure described in paragraph 3
above.
7.Turn air and fluid supply ON and check the spray pattern for
proper atomization.
The following steps are recommended for obtaining best results from
your spray gun:
NOTE
1.Install spray gun on gun mount and tighten the set screw (9)
securely. Note: The mounting hole is 1/2" diameter.
When the pattern is right, the pressure is right. Excessive
fluid pressure will only distort the spray pattern.
2.Connect air hose to fitting (16). The gun is actuated by air
pressure from a 3-way valve. The valve provides air to trigger,
shut-off, and exhausts air from the gun. The gun should be
limited to 200 cycles per minute (maximum). Approximately 40 to
60 psi air pressure is required to operate the spray gun; however,
use the minimum air pressure required.
8.The spray gun nozzle should be located at such a distance to the
product where maximum fan pattern width is evident. This is
usually 8" to 14". The spray pattern may be positioned either
vertically or horizontally by rotating nozzle tip (or the Twist-Tip).
9.“Hour glass” or “tails” on the spray pattern normally indicates too
low a fluid pressure for the nozzle tip being used; or, the material
is too viscous.
3.Connect high pressure airless fluid hose to the gun material body
assembly (7) and tighten.
4.Remove tip guard assembly (4), nozzle tip, and gasket (3) from
spray gun (or remove Twist-Tip if used). Turn on air supply to
operate air valve to spray gun. Turn on material supply very
slowly and allow spray gun to trigger a few times to purge any
entrapped air in fluid system.
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10.A distorted spray pattern usually means a plugged or worn nozzle
tip.
11.Using excesive fluid pressure will only cause undue wear of the
nozzle tip.
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In this part sheet, the words WARNING, CAUTION and NOTE are used to
emphasize important safety information as follows:
!
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices which
could result in severe personal
injury, death or substantial property
damage.
NOTE
! CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices which
could result in minor personal injury,
product or property damage.
!
Important installation, operation or
maintenance information.
WARNING
Read the following warnings before using this equipment.
READ THE MANUAL
Before operating finishing equipment, read and understand all
safety, operation and maintenance information provided in the
operation manual.
PROJECTILE HAZARD
You may be injured by venting liquids or gases that are released
under pressure, or flying debris.
OPERATOR TRAINING
All personnel must be trained before operating finishing
equipment.
PINCH POINT HAZARD
Moving parts can crush and cut. Pinch points are basically any
areas where there are moving parts.
EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD
Equipment misuse can cause the equipment to rupture,
malfunction, or start unexpectedly and result in serious injury.
STATIC CHARGE
Fluid may develop a static charge that must be dissipated through
proper grounding of the equipment, objects to be sprayed and all
other electrically conductive objects in the dispensing area. Improper
grounding or sparks can cause a hazardous condition and result in
fire, explosion or electric shock and other serious injury.
LOCK OUT / TAG-OUT
Failure to de-energize, disconnect, lock out and tag-out all power
sources before performing equipment maintenance could cause
serious injury or death.
WEAR RESPIRATOR
Toxic fumes can cause serious injury or death if inhaled.
Wear a respirator as recommended by the fluid and solvent
manufacturer’s Material Safety Data Sheet.
AUTOMATIC EQUIPMENT
Automatic equipment may start suddenly without warning.
TOXIC FLUID & FUMES
Hazardous fluid or toxic fumes can cause serious injury or death if
splashed in the eyes or on the skin, inhaled, injected or
swallowed. LEARN and KNOW the specific hazards or the fluids
you are using.
PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE
Always follow the pressure relief procedure in the equipment
instruction manual.
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
Improper equipment grounding, poor ventilation, open flame or
sparks can cause a hazardous condition and result in fire or
explosion and serious injury.
KEEP EQUIPMENT GUARDS IN PLACE
Do not operate the equipment if the safety devices have been
removed.
MEDICAL ALERT
Any injury caused by high pressure liquid can be serious. If you
are injured or even suspect an injury:
KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO SHUT OFF THE EQUIPMENT
IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY
• Go to an emergency room immediately.
• Tell the doctor you suspect an injection injury.
•S
how the doctor this medical information or the medical alert
card provided with your airless spray equipment.
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES
Failure to wear safety glasses with side shields could result in
serious eye injury or blindness.
•T
ell the doctor what kind of fluid you were spraying or
dispensing.
GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION
To prevent contact with the fluid, please note the following:
INSPECT THE EQUIPMENT DAILY
Inspect the equipment for worn or broken parts on a daily basis.
Do not operate the equipment if you are uncertain about its
condition.
• Never point the gun/valve at anyone or any part of the body.
• Never put hand or fingers over the spray tip.
•N
ever attempt to stop or deflect fluid leaks with your hand,
body, glove or rag.
NEVER MODIFY THE EQUIPMENT
Do not modify the equipment unless the manufacturer provides
written approval.
• Always have the tip guard on the spray gun before spraying.
•A
lways ensure that the gun trigger safety operates before
spraying.
NOISE HAZARD
You may be injured by loud noise. Hearing protection may be
required when using this equipment.
PROP 65 WARNING
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the
State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EMPLOYER TO PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION TO THE OPERATOR OF THE EQUIPMENT.
FOR FURTHER SAFETY INFORMATION REGARDING THIS EQUIPMENT, SEE THE GENERAL EQUIPMENT SAFETY BOOKLET (77-5300).
Binks reserves the right to modify equipment specification without prior notice.
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BINKS MODEL 550 AUTOMATIC AIRLESS SPRAY GUN
NOTE
Warning information
stamped on nut.
23
3
5
2
NOTE
Keep gland nut (21) tight
at all times.
Should leak occur at
gland nut (21), replace
gland set (22).
Wire assembly (6) will be
damaged if leak persists.
Nozzle Tip
4
21
6
22
7
12
11
14
15
9
13
17
10
8
1b
1a
1/4 NPS(m)
Fluid Inlet
18
19
20
16
1/4 NPS(m)
Air Inlet
PARTS LIST
(When ordering, please specify Part No.)
I TEMPART
NO.
NO.
DESCRIPTION QTY.
I TEMPART
NO.
NO.
DESCRIPTION QTY.
1a 20-6705
SET SCREW 1/4-20 x 3/16" Long.........2
1b 20-6130
SET SCREW
1/4-20 x 1/2" Long, with Nylock..............1
2 54-2931†SEAT...........................................1
3 54-2229†GASKET.......................................1
4 54-3085
TIP GUARD ASSEMBLY.................1
5 54-2927†SEAL...........................................1
6 54-2956†
WIRE ASSEMBLY..........................1
7 54-3042
MATERIAL BODY ASSEMBLY.........1
8 54-3039 GUN BODY ASSEMBLY..................1
9 20-1359
SET SCREW 5/16-18 x 5/8" Long.........1
10 54-3060
CAP ASSEMBLY............................1
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
†Also available in 54-3121 Repair Kit. Please order separately.
*Furnished with Wire Assembly (6).
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54-3051†DIAPHRAGM............................... 1
54-3054
BACK PLATE............................... 1
54-3052†SPRING...................................... 1
20-5351
NUT 8-32..................................... 1
20-5352
LOCKWASHER............................. 1
71-28
FITTING 1/8 NPT x 1/4 NPS.............. 1
54-3055
WASHER.................................... 1
54-3053†PACKING.................................... 1
54-3059
BEARING SCREW ASSEMBLY........ 1
54-3056
STEM......................................... 1
54-2964
GLAND NUT................................ 1
54-2949*
GLAND SET................................ 1
SET
54-2928
CAP..................................... 1
EN
BINKS MODEL 550 AUTOMATIC AIRLESS SPRAY GUN
“TAILS”
“HOURGLASS”
CENTER LINE
OF
GUN
“DISTORTION”
MAXIMUM
FAN WIDTH
CORRECT PATTERN
90˚
90˚
INCORRECT PATTERNS
8"
to
14"
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
(See High Pressure Warning Statement on Page 1)
TO CLEAN NOZZLE TIP:
1.BEFORE proceeding with any maintenance,
read safety procedure, paragraph 3, in High
Pressure Warning, page 1.
2.Remove tip guard assembly (4), nozzle tip, and
gasket (3).
3.Submerge nozzle tip in solvent to remove dried
material.
4.Blow air through nozzle tip to clean.
5.Airless spray nozzle tips are made of tungsten
carbide and are very brittle. Do not drop. To
clean a nozzle tip, use solvent, toothpick or
sharpened match. Never use a metal probe.
3.Carefully remove the cap (10). The spring (13)
is under tension and will come out when cap
(10) is removed.
4.Remove nut (14) and lockwasher (15). The back
plate (12), diaphragm (11) and washer (17)
may be removed at this time.
5.Loosen the wire assembly nut (6) from the stem
(20).
6.Loosen and remove the bearing screw assembly
(19) and the stem (20) from spray gun. The
packing (18) should also be inspected at this
time. If worn, replace.
7.Loosen and remove the gland nut (21). The
wire assembly (6) may now be pulled rearward
from the spray gun.
8.If worn, replace the gland set (22).
9.The material body assembly (7) may be
removed for cleaning by loosening set screws
(1). Note the pin in gun body assembly (8).
10.Reassemble in reverse order.
TO REPLACE WIRE ASSEMBLY:
1.BEFORE proceeding with any maintenance,
read safety procedure, paragraph 3, in High
Pressure Warning, page 1.
2.For convenience, you may wish to remove spray
gun from gun mount.
DIFFUSER ASSEMBLIES
Reduces fluid velocity to minimize tip wear and to
aid fluid filtration. Order 54-2229 Nylon Gasket
with either set-up, described below.
54-1639 thimble and 54-1797 (100 mesh) screen.
54-2378 Nut for use with 54-1835 (.005) 125 mesh
or 54-1836 (.009) 60 mesh edge type filter.
4-1797 54-1639
5
54-2378
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54-1835
54-1836
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FLAT TIP ASSEMBLIES FOR AIRLESS GUNS
FAN WIDTH
PART
STAMPED ORIFICE (12" FROM
NUMBER NUMBER (INCHES)SURFACE)
FAN WIDTH
PART
STAMPED ORIFICE (12" FROM
NUMBER NUMBER (INCHES)SURFACE)
9-1170 9-1170
9-1180 9-1180
.011
.011
8-10
10-12
9-1840 9-1840
9-1860 9-1860
.018
.018
10-12
12-14
9-1360 9-1360
9-1380 9-1380
.013
.013
10-12
12-14
9-2180 9-2180
.021
16-18
8-10
10-12
14-16
12-14
.015
.015
.015
.026
9-1550 9-1550
9-1560 9-1560
9-1590 9-1590
9-2640 9-2640
9-4340 9-4340
.043
12-14
BINKS TWIST-TIP REVERSIBLE NOZZLE CLEANER
Orifice
.011 to
.015 to
.021 to
Size Material
.013 Lacquers and Stains
.019 Oil and Latex
.051Heavy-Bodied Latex
and Block Filler
The Twist-Tip Nozzle Cleaner allows purging
of a clogged nozzle orifice without
disassembly from the spray gun.
The tungsten carbide nozzle is permanently
assembled into the rotatable cylinder tip
insert and handle assembly. No alignment
or adjustments are required.
AIRLESS TWIST TIP CHART
SURFACE
COATING
FAN WIDTH
ORIFICE SIZE
(in inches) .009.011.013.015.017.019.021.023.035.051
Wood Interior
Stain, Sanding
6"
309 311 313
Cabinets, Paneling Sealer, Lacquer
10"
-
- 513
Varnish, Shellac,
Enamels
Interior Walls
Latex, Vinyl
Ceilings, DrywallAcrylic
Plaster
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
10"
12"
-
-
- 515 517 519 -
-
-
---
615
617
-----
Overhang
Primers, Enamels 10"
Enamels
---
515
517
-----
Masonry Block,
Vinyl, Acrylic
10"
Stucco, Concrete
Latex, Oil Base,
Alkyds
-
-
-
-
517 519 521
-
-
-
Wood Exterior
Exterior, Stains
Shingle Siding,
Latex, Vinyl,
ShiplapAcrylic
10"
-
-
-
-
517 519 521
-
-
-
Open Joist
Ceiling Areas
10"
-
-
-
-
MIL White
HI Build
BASE RETAINERS
-
519 521 523
Ordering: For twist tips add the prefix 454- to size tip selected.
For example, if you select 517, order as 454-517.
Assembly454-3 454-5
Number
3/4 – 20
7/8 – 14 (G)
Binks
Graco, Titan,
Wagner
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WARRANTY POLICY
Binks products are covered by Finishing Brands one year materials and workmanship limited warranty.
The use of any parts or accessories, from a source other than Finishing Brands, will void all warranties.
For specific warranty information please contact the closest Finishing Brands location listed below.
Finishing Brands reserves the right to modify equipment specifications without prior notice.
DeVilbiss®, Ransburg®, BGK®, and Binks® are registered trademarks of Carlisle Fluid Technologies, Inc.,
dba Finishing Brands. ©2015 Carlisle Fluid Technologies, Inc., dba Finishing Brands. All rights reserved.
Binks is part of Finishing Brands, a global leader in innovative spray finishing
technologies. For technical assistance or to locate an authorized distributor,
contact one of our international sales and customer support locations below.
USA/Canada
www.binks.com
info@finishingbrands.com
Tel: 1-800-992-4657
Fax: 1-888-246-5732
Mexico
www.finishingbrands.com.mx
sales@finishingbrands.com.mx
Tel: 011 52 55 5321 2300
Fax: 011 52 55 5310 4790
Brazil
www.devilbiss.com.br
sales@devilbiss.com.br
Tel: +55 11 5641 2776
Fax: 55 11 5641 1256
United Kingdom
www.finishingbrands.eu
info@finishingbrands.eu
Tel: +44 (0)1202 571 111
Fax: +44 (0)1202 573 488
France
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Tel: +33(0)475 75 27 00
Fax: +33(0)475 75 27 59
Germany
www.finishingbrands.eu
info@finishingbrands.eu
Tel: +49 (0) 6074 403 1
Fax: +49 (0) 6074 403 281
China
www.finishingbrands.com.cn
mkt@finishingbrands.com.cn
Tel: +8621-3373 0108
Fax: +8621-3373 0308
Japan
www.ransburg.co.jp
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Tel: 081 45 785 6421
Fax: 081 45 785 6517
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Tel: +61 (0) 2 8525 7555
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