Binks MODEL 80-271 50 oz. STAINLESS STEEL PRESSURE CUP

Binks MODEL 80-271
50 oz. STAINLESS STEEL
PRESSURE CUP
Safety Valve (Do not tamper with or readjust)
Fluid Pressure
Gauge
Hose (To Air Supply)
Atomizing Air
Pressure Gauge
Atomizing Air
Pressure Regulator
Knob
Air Nozzle
Fluid Pressure
Regulator Knob
Fluid Hose
Air Release
Valve
Air Hose
Center Post
Assembly
Lubricate
Cup Threads
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
(External Mix Nozzle Application)
1. Connect hoses as shown above.
2. Fill cup with strained fluid mixed in accordance
with manufacturer’s recommendations. Fasten
cover securely.
3. Adjust atomizing and fluid pressure regulators to
minimum setting by turning knobs all the way,
counterclockwise.
4. Attach air supply hose to inlet air fitting on air
control assembly (11).
5. Turn on air supply.
6. Set fluid pressure regulator to approximately
10 PSIG for enamels, 5 PSIG for lacquers (turn knob
clockwise to increase pressure, counterclockwise to
decrease pressure).
7. Set atomizing air pressure regulator to a pressure
level estimated to satisfactorily atomize fluid being
used. Trigger gun fully and, while spraying several
strokes, adjust atomizing air pressure appropriately
to give an even distribution of finely atomized spray.
(Turn knob clockwise to increase pressure, counterclockwise to decrease pressure).
8. To reduce air pressure in cup:
a. Turn fluid pressure regulator knob all the way
counterclockwise.
b. Open air release valve (5).
IMPORTANT
The most efficient atomizing air pressure is the lowest air
pressure that will satisfactorily atomize the fluid. This
will minimize overspray, deposit more coating on the
surface and minimize fluid wastage.
If faster coverage is necessary, increase fluid pressure
and then adjust atomizing air pressure. If slower coverage is more desirable, reduce fluid pressure and then
adjust atomizing air pressure. Always attempt to maintain
the lowest pressures for maximum efficiency.
For ease of removing cup cover and to prevent leakage,
always thoroughly grease the threads on the cup.
!
CAUTION
If cup is accidentally tipped over or held at too great an
angle, fluid will load up the underside of cup cover (4)
and leak into air control assembly (11). In the event this
happens, CLEAN IMMEDIATELY!
Replaces
Part Sheet
2492
Part
Sheet
2492R
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
(Internal Mix Nozzle Application)
The internal mix nozzle accomplishes atomization by
mixing the air and fluid within the nozzle. The set-up
and operating procedures are similar to those described
for the external mix nozzle except that air pressure
settings for fluid and for atomization are different
as follows:
1. Turn on air supply.
2. Set atomizing air pressure to approximately 30 PSI.
3. Set fluid pressure regulator to 30 PSI and, while
spraying, increase or decrease it until desired
atomization is achieved.
4. Adjust atomizing air pressure, as required, during
adjustments of step 3.
1. Turn on air supply and increase atomizing air pressure to 5 PSIG.
2. Turn off fluid pressure at regulator.
3. Open air release valve (5).
4. Remove cover (4) and pour out contents of cup.
5. Place cover loosely on cup such that fluid tube (2) is
cocked at an angle inside cup.
6. Loosen air nozzle on gun two turns. Place cloth over
nozzle and pull trigger to force fluid back into cup.
7. Clean cup and cover thoroughly.
8. Add clean solvent to cup (1/4 to 1/2 full). Attach
cover and close air release valve (5).
9. Turn off atomizing air at regulator.
10. Increase fluid pressure at regulator to 10 PSIG.
11. Trigger gun and allow solvent to flow into a
container until it flows clear.
12. Turn off fluid pressure at regulator and open air
release valve (5).
13. Remove solvent and blow cup dry. Separate cup and
cover while in storage.
Air Hose
To Gun
Inlet Air
Supply
10
!
Fluid Hose
To Gun
9
8
7
CAUTION
Never allow solvent to remain in cup. Solvent vapors tend
to reduce service life of gasket (3).
11
5
12
13
14. Remove and clean air nozzle. Use toothpick to clean
orifices as wire will damage them.
15. Blow nozzle dry and loosely replace it on spray gun.
16. Turn off air supply.
PARTS LIST
6
14
4
When ordering, please specify Part No.
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
3
1
2
PART
NO.
80-264
80-268
80-269
80-265
80-12
80-239
80-263
72-969
20-353
83-1899
85-238
72-2054
80-267
60-7
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
CUP................................................
TUBE Material ..................................
GASKET ........................................
COVER ..........................................
AIR RELEASE VALVE ....................
CONNECTION................................
OUTLET ........................................
FITTING 1/8 NPT x 3/8 NPS ..................
NUT Jam 5/16-18 ..............................
HANDLE ........................................
AIR CONTROL ASSEMBLY ............
CENTER POST ASSEMBLY ............
VALVE............................................
SPRING ..........................................
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NOTE
Air, fluid hoses and spray gun not furnished. Please order
separately.
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diagrams.
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Part Sheet 2492R
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