INSTRUCTIONS AND PARTS LIST KRG & KRS-8/31/2011
Supersedes Instructions & Parts List KRG & KRS-9/16/2010
KRG & KRS
Manual Spray Guns
WARNING: Spray materials may be harmful if inhaled or
allowed to come into contact with the skin or eyes. Consult
the product label and Material Safety Data Sheet supplied
for the spray material. Follow all safety precautions.
CAUTION: Well Ventilated Area Required to remove
fumes, dust or overspray. Secure air hose and fluid
hose wrench tight for safety and to prevent leaks.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND REPLACEMENT PARTS
KRG MANUAL SPRAY GUNS
GRAVITY FEED HVLP
1.4 mm Fluid Nozzle and Needle. 20.29 oz.
nondrip plastic cup. Adjustable Fluid, Air and Fan
controls. 10.5 CFM @ 50 P.S.I.
KRS MANUAL SPRAY GUNS
SIPHON FEED HVLP
1.4 mm Fluid Nozzle and Needle. One Quart
Siphon with Clamp Cover. Adjustable Fluid, Air and
Fan controls. 11.5 CFM @ 50 P.S.I.
Optional sizes available:
1.00 mm, 2.00 mm, 2.4 mm
Optional sizes available:
1.00 mm, 2.00 mm, 2.4 mm
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
Features: High quality finish. Nozzle and Needle components are made of durable Stainless Steel.
The paint flow regulator and fan regulator allow adjustment of quality fan spray. Ergonomically
designed for your spraying comfort.
TROUBLE SHOOTING SPRAY PATTERNS:
A. A ROUGH OR STIPPLE FINISH is due to low or restricted
flow of air pressure or heavy materials being applied with
the spray gun too close to surface.
B. A WET OR SAGGING FINISH is due to low air pressure or
restricted flow of air, material being too thin or applied too
close to the surface.
C. A SPUTTERING SPRAY is caused by air leaking into fluid
line or can be caused by a loose fluid tip, a broken or split tip,
lumpy material, a clogged vent hole in cover of material cup,
air leak at fluid pipe attached to inside of tank cover, or a
clogged paint strainer.
TO CORRECT: Tighten tip securely or replace. Strain
material and clean strainer. Sputtering might also be caused
by worn packing washers, or worn or scored needle.
D. AN ARCHED FAN SPRAY PATTERN is caused by dried
material accumulated in one fan port of the aircap, distorting
the pattern.
TO CORRECT: Dissolve material inside fan port with
suitable water/solvent applied with a small brush.
Never use wire or sharp instruments to clean fan ports
as permanent damage to the air ports will result in
altering uniformity of the fan spray pattern.
E. UNBALANCED FAN SPRAY PATTERN, heavy on one side,
may be caused by material collecting around outside of the
fluid tip and aircap, or by a loose aircap.
TO CORRECT: Remove aircap and clean fluid tip and aircap
with water/solvent, dry with air pressure. Always be sure fan
aircap and aircap body is tightened securely.
F. A HEAVY CENTER in a fan pattern is caused by insufficient
air pressure at the fan port. Rough or shady edges are also
caused by low air pressure.
TO CORRECT: Increase air line pressure.
G. A SPLIT FAN SPRAY PATTERN, heavy on each end and
light in the center, is caused by excessive air pressure.
TO CORRECT: Reduce air pressure.
Paasche Airbrush Company
4311 North Normandy Avenue
Chicago, IL 60634-1395
Phone: 773-867-9191 • Fax: 773-867-9198
Website: paascheairbrush.com
E-Mail: info@paascheairbrush.com
Printed in the U.S.A.
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Models KRG & KRS - Components
NO.
1.
2.
7.
8.
9.
11.
16.
17.
18.
19.
PART NO.
KR-01-10
KR-01-14
KR-01-20
KR-01-24
KR-02-10
KR-02-14
KR-02-20
KR-02-24
KR-07
KR-08
KR-09-10
KR-09-14
KR-09-20
KR-09-24
KR-11
KRG-16G
KRS-16S
KR-17
KR-18
KR-19
DESCRIPTION
*Aircap HVLP (1.0mm)
*Aircap HVLP (1.4mm)
*Aircap HVLP (2.0mm)
*Aircap HVLP (2.4mm)
*Fluid Nozzle HVLP (1.0mm)
*Fluid Nozzle HVLP (1.4mm)
*Fluid Nozzle HVLP (2.0mm)
*Fluid Nozzle HVLP (2.4mm)
Gasket
Guide Nut
*Fluid Needle for (1.0mm)
*Fluid Needle for (1.4mm)
*Fluid Needle for (2.0mm)
*Fluid Needle for (2.4mm)
Fluid Adjusting Knob
Fluid Nipple for Gravity
Fluid Nipple for Siphon
Trigger
Trigger Pin/Stud
“E” Stopper
KRG and KRS Models are not HVLP
when using Extensions and Accessories
79. AEN-45
82. AN
45° Elbow
Nylon Washer
80. AEN-90
99. KR-41
90° Elbow
Aircap Nut for ANFA
AE- Extensions
81. AE- Extension L/Needle (Select Size)
• Sizes: -3" -6" -12" -18" -24" Length
97. KR-42
AE Adapter (Gun to Extension)
99. KR-43
Adapter Nut (Holds Extension to Gun)
AX- Stainless Steel Extensions (AX- Aircaps & Tips Only)
AX- Extensions L/Needle (Select Size)
• Sizes: -3" -6" -12" -18" -24" -36" -48" Length
83. U-2831St. St. Inner Tube (Select Size)
84. AUF-29
Swivel Nut
85. U-2832St. St. Outer Tube(Select Size)
98. KR-40
AX Adapter (Gun to Extension)
99. KR-44
Adapter Nut (Holds Extension to Gun)
Stainless Steel Extension Needles for AE- and AX- Extensions
87. KR-30St. St. Extension Needle (Select Size)
• Sizes: -3" -6" -12" -18" -24" -36" -48" Length
AX- Style Tip and Aircaps (AX- Extension Only)
86. AX-1
Tip
88. AXR
Aircap (External Round)
89. AXF
Aircap (External Fan)
90. AXIF
Aircap (Internal Fan)
91. AXIF-90
Aircap (Internal Fan)
92. AXIF-45
Aircap (Internal Fan)
93. AXIB
Aircap (Spherical)
94. AXI-360
Aircap (Radial Dial)
95. AXIF-90A Aircap (Internal Fan)
96. AXIR-15
Aircap (Internal Round)
NO.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
PART NO.
KR-20
KR-21
KR-22
KR-23
KR-24
KRG-16
KRS-32
DESCRIPTION
Cheater Valve Assembly
Air Inlet Nipple
Spreader Valve Assembly
Wrench
Driver Tool for item #3
Gravity Container 16 oz.
Siphon Container 32 oz.
PACKING SET
KR-100 Packing Set (These items Sold together)
3.
Packing Screw for Needle
4.
PTFE Seal
5.
Washer
6.
Spring
10.
Needle Spring
13.
“O” Ring
15.
Spring and Nylon Seat
PTFE Washers (1 ea.) for 20 and 22, (1) Metal Washer for
either 20 or 22.
* NOTE: MATCH AIRCAP, FLUID NOZZLE and FLUID NEEDLE
AE & AX EXTENSIONS require a Pressure Tank to feed material
being sprayed. Always adjust atomizing air pressure higher
than fluid air pressure. AE Extensions use AF or AR Aircaps.
AE and AX EXTENSIONS
97 AE Adapter
98 AX Adapter
99 KR-43 & 44
Hole size varies
AX AIRCAPS
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