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CURTIS DYNA-FOG Ltd.
“Innovators of Spraying and Fogging Technology since 1947”
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TYPHOON™ 1
ULV APPLICATOR
MODEL 2984
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
FOR
DYNA-FOG TYPHOON 1
ULV AEROSOL APPLICATOR
(UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN PATENTS PENDING)
MANUFACTURED BY:
CURTIS DYNA-FOG Ltd.
17335 U.S. HWY. 31 NORTH
P.O. BOX 297
WESTFIELD, IN 46074-0297 USA
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………………………………........
1.0 SPECIFICATIONS………………………………………………………………………………………..
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2.0 FOREWORD………………………………………………………………………………………………
2.1 DESCRIPTION…………………………………………………………………………………………..
2.2 WORKING PRINCIPLES……………………………………………………………………………….
2.3 FLUID PUMPING SYSTEMS AVAILABLE……………………………………………………………
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MAJOR COMPONENTS DIAGRAM………………………………………………………………………….
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3.0 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS……………………………………………………………………………
3.1 CHARGING THE BATTERY……………………………………………………………………………
3.2 MACHINE INSTALLATION……………………………………………………………………………..
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4.0 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS…………………………………………………………………………………
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5.0 MACHINE OPERATION…………………………………………………………………………………..
5.1 PRE-SPRAY CHECKLIST……………………………………………………………………………….
5.2 BLOWER PREPARATION……………………………………………………………………………….
5.3 ENGINE PREPARATION………………………………………………………………………………...
5.4 STARTING THE ENGINE………………………………………………………………………………...
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6.0 MEASURING LIQUID VISCOSITY………………………………………………………………………..
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7.0 DROPLET SIZE VS. FLOW RATE AND BOOM PRESSURE………………………………………….
TABLE 1 (SCOURGE) RESMETHRIN (1-6.5)-ADULTICIDE………………………………………………
TABLE 2 (CYTHION) MALATHION-ADULTICIDE…………………………………………………………..
TABLE 2A (TECKNAR) BTI-LARVACIDE…………………………………………………………………….
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8.0 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE………………………………………………………………………...
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BLOWER INTAKE FILTER……………………………………………………………………………………...
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FORMULATION FILTER MAINTENANCE…………………………………………………………………….
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TABLE 3 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE…………………………………………………..
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8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
FLUSHING THE SYSTEM………………………………………………………………………………….
NOZZLE………………………………………………………………………………………………………
DRIVE COUPLING………………………………………………………………………………………….
STORAGE AND SHIPMENT……………………………………………………………………………….
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9.0 SYSTEMS FLOW DIAGRAM…………………………………………………………………………………
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10.0 ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC (EXCLUDING PUMPING SYSTEM)………………………………………
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ENGINE ASSEMBLY……………………………………………………………………………………………..
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TACHOMETER/HOURMETER…………………………………………………………………………………..
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11.0 PARTS IDENTIFICATION……………………………………………………………………………………
11.1 MACHINE DIAGRAM………………………………………………………………………………………..
11.2 NOZZLE ASSEMBLY………………………………………………………………………………………..
11.3 FLEXIBLE COUPLING………………………………………………………………………………………
11.4 3-WAY VALVE ASSEMBLY………………………………………………………………………………...
11.5 FORMULATION TANK ASSEMBLY……………………………………………………………………….
11.6 FLUSH TANK ASSEMBLY………………………………………………………………………………….
11.7 STEEL AND PLASTIC GRIPPER NUTS…………………………………….........................................
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12.0 TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE………………………………………………………………………………
13.0 CONVERSION TABLES……………………………………………………………………………………...
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Dear Valued Customer,
Congratulations on your purchase of one of the most advanced Ultra-LowVolume applicators available.
The TYPHOON 1 ULV aerosol applicator was developed to provide a more
efficient, low cost method of insect control without sacrificing quality. Technology the
Typhoon 1 employs enables you to dispense concentrated formulations at accurately
low flowrates. This results in a significant chemical savings and an invaluable benefit to
the environment. This machines ability to reliably produce consistent droplets are
unsurpassed in the industry making it a favorite choice among professional users.
Properly maintained, the TYPHOON 1 will provide years of trouble free service.
We trust you will agree, the Typhoon 1 will be a great asset to any spraying program.
Thank you for choosing DYNA-FOG.
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1.0
MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS
FOR
TYPHOON 1, MODEL 2984
TYPE:
ULV, NON-THERMAL AEROSOL APPLICATOR
ENGINE:
9 HP BRIGGS & STRATTON, 4-CYCLE, OVERHEAD VALVE,
GASOLINE POWERED, ELECTRIC START WITH RECOIL
BACKUP STARTER, HEAVY-DUTY CHARGING SYSTEM.
FUEL CONSUMPTION: .4 GPH (1.5 LPH)
FUEL CAPACITY: 6.4 QTS. (6.09 LTRS.)
OIL CAPACITY: 1 1/4 QTS. (1.2 LTRS.)
BLOWER:
HIGH VOLUME, POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT, ROTARY TYPE,
OPERATING DATA: 8.5 PSI @ 2750 RPM
MAXIMUM OUTPUT: 12 PSI (.82 BAR)
205 CFM (5.8 CU.M/MIN)
FORMULATION
PUMP:
3-TYPES AVAILABLE:
1) HIGH VOLUME, CORROSION RESISTANT DIAPHRAM PUMP
2) STAINLESS STEEL GEAR PUMP WITH OPTIONAL RADAR
SYNCROFLOW CONTROL.
3) FMI CERAMIC PISTON PUMP WITH CARBON CYLINDER.
SPRAY NOZZLE: HIGH EFFICIENCY SINGLE NOZZLE; ADJUSTABLE AND
REMOVABLE FOR CLEANING.
LIQUID TANKS:
BOTH FORMULATION AND FLUSH TANKS ARE CORROSION
RESISTANT, HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE.
CAPACITIES: FORMULATION- 15 U.S. GAL. (57 LITERS)
FLUSH- 1.0 U.S. GAL. (3.8 LITERS)
BATTERY:
250 COLD CRANKING AMPS
PARTICLE SIZE:
MEETS ALL CURRENTLY AVAILABLE CHEMICAL
MANUFACTURERS LABEL REQUIREMENTS WITH AT LEAST
95% OF DROPLETS PRODUCED UNDER 20 MICRONS
VOLUME-MEDIAN-DIAMETER.
WEIGHT:
EMPTY: 297 LBS. (135 KG.)
FILLED: 412 LBS. (187 KG.)
DIMENSIONS:
SHIPPING DIMENSIONS (CRATED):
LENGTH: 41.5 in. (105 cm)
46.0 in.
(116 cm)
WIDTH: 29.0 in. (74 cm)
36.0 in.
(91.4 cm)
HEIGHT: 32.0 in. (81 cm)
39.0 in.
(99 cm)
BASE FRAME: 26 x 36 in. (66 x 91 cm)
SHIPPING WEIGHT: 411 LBS. (186 KG)
SHIPPING VOLUME: 42.0 cu.ft. (1.18 cu.m.)
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2.0
FOREWORD
The application of insecticides is the predominate method by which man attempts
to control the size of insect populations. Due to environmental and economical reasons,
it is desirable to treat a given area with the least amount of insecticide that can be made
to be effective. The most efficient method is to break up the liquids into aerosols and
distribute these fine droplets over the target area. The small droplets stay suspended
for longer periods of time due to their size and are distributed more evenly, remaining
effective longer.
The term ULV is an abbreviation for Ultra-Low-Volume, the technology used to
treat areas with small amounts of chemical in an aerosol form. These chemicals are
usually in a more concentrated state than chemicals used in other methods of
application.
For best results, the Dyna-Fog ULV aerosol generator model 2984 should be
operated and maintained in compliance with this manual.
WARNING
Read and thoroughly understand all information, cautions and warnings on the
formulation label which may affect personal safety. Know any dangers of the
solution used and know what to do in case of an accident involving the solution.
Always use the appropriate safety equipment and dress accordingly to the
chemical formulation which is being used.
2.1
DESCRIPTION
The Dyna-Fog model 2984 ULV Aerosol Generator is designed to disperse
concentrated formulations at flow rates in the range of .5-20 oz./min. (15-590 ml/min)
with droplet sizes less than 20 microns VMD (volume-median-diameter). When
equipped with the Diaphragm Pumping System, flow rates of up to 120 oz./min. (3560
ml/min.) are possible.
This machine is to be vehicle or trailer mounted and is designed to be operated
by the driver of the vehicle using the remote control box.
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2.2
WORKING PRINCIPLES
A 9 horsepower, four-cycle gasoline engine is used to drive a positive
displacement rotary-blower to generate 125 cfm (3.5 cu.m./min) of air at 8.5 psi. The air
entering the blower is first filtered through a large stainless steel filtering element. The
speed of the engine (approximately 2750 rpm maximum) moves this large air mass
through the boom assembly at a pressure of up to 8.5 psi. Attached to the boom
assembly is a nozzle. The nozzle has six stationary fins that create a swirling effect of
the air mass as it leaves the nozzle. In the center of this swirling air mass is a liquid
supply spray tube. The spray tube directs the formulation into the air mass where it is
sheared into billions of tiny droplets and dispersed into the atmosphere. The formulation
is delivered into the spray tube by means of a 12 volt DC pump that draws the
formulation from the tank, through a filter and 3-way valve, and then pumps it into the
nozzle spray tube.
This unit is also equipped with a flushing system. The flushing system is
activated manually. The flushing liquid is conveyed to the nozzles in the same manner
as the formulation. The system must be flushed after each use.
2.3
FLUID PUMPING SYSTEMS
There are three types of pumping systems available for the TYPHOON 1 ULV:
1) (MODEL 2984-1) FMI (SET-FLOW) Ceramic Piston-Pump: This highly accurate
pumping system utilizes a 12 volt DC motor to drive a ceramic, rotary piston-pump.
Once the liquid flow rate has been set, this is the flow rate that will be obtained when
the operator activates the SPRAY ON/OFF switch.
2) (MODEL 2984-2) Diaphragm Pump: This high volume pumping system utilizes a
diaphragm type pump with a needle valve on its outlet port to regulate liquid flow. Once
the liquid flow rate has been set, this is the flow rate that will be obtained when the
operator activates the SPRAY ON/OFF switch.
3) (MODEL 2984-3) Rotary Gear-Pump: This pump is driven by a variable speed
electric motor. All functions are controlled from the remote control box. Once the pump
has been set to the desired flow rate, that flow rate will be obtained when the operator
activates the SPRAY ON/OFF switch. When adapted with the Dyna-Fog Radar
Syncroflow feature, the flow rate of the pump will automatically vary with vehicle speed.
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MAJOR COMPONENTS
TYPHOON 1
PUMP ENCLOSURE
FORMULATION
TANK
BATTERY BOX
FRAME
3-WAY VALVE
BLOWER
INTAKE FILTER
FLUSH TANK
BLOWER
PRESSURE
GAUGE
ENGINE
COUPLING
GUARD
2-WAY SOLENOID
VALVE
SPRAY NOZZLE
COUPLING
BOOM
CURTIS DYNA-FOG® Ltd.
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3.0
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Uncrate the unit and remove all packing materials.
NOTE:
It is a good idea to retain the original machine-shipping carton for storage.
2) Place the remote control unit where it will not be damaged while the machine is
being installed.
3) Remove the machine from the shipping skid by removing the three lag screws that
retain the shipping brackets. Keep the brackets for mounting the machine to your
vehicle or trailer bed.
4) Check the lubricating oil level in both the engine and blower. Refer the engine and
blower sections of this manual and to the engine and blower manuals for the correct
filling procedure and add oil if necessary.
5) The battery, if supplied complies to SAEJ537 (SAE #24LO). Activate the dry charge
storage battery according to the following instructions:
3.1
CHARGING THE BATTERY
DANGER POISON
Batteries produce explosive gases. Keep sparks, flame and cigarettes away!
Ventilate when charging or using in an enclosed space.
The battery contains Sulfuric Acid, which causes severe burns. If acid contacts eyes,
skin or clothing, flush well with water. For contact with eyes, get immediate medical
attention.
Keep battery and acid away from children and other persons who may not be aware of
dangers involved.
A. Remove battery from its mounting and place on a stable workbench.
B. Remove vent caps from battery. Remove or destroy any sealing device, which may
have been used to close or restrict the vent openings in the vent caps.
C. Fill each cell of the battery to the top of the separators with approved battery
electrolyte of 1.265 specific gravity.
NOTE:
The temperature of the battery and electrolyte at time of filling should not exceed 60 oF
(15 oC).
CAUTION:
Never fill battery in machine as spills will damage finish and cause premature
corrosion and/or damage to components.
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3.1
CHARGING THE BATTERY (CONT'D)
D. Charge 12 volt battery at 30-40 amps until the acid temperature is above 80 oF (26
o
C), and the hydrometer reading is 1.250 or higher. Acid temperature must never
exceed 125 oF while charging.
NOTE:
Both temperature and hydrometer readings must be met.
E. After charging the battery, check acid levels in all cells and fill each cell with acid to
the proper level.
F. Re-install vented caps.
G. Re-install the battery onto the machine. Position battery in the battery box so that
the terminal side of the battery is facing the engine.
H. Connect the RED positive (+) cable to the positive terminal of the battery and fasten
it securely with the hardware provided.
I. Connect the BLACK negative (-) cable to the negative terminal of the battery and
fasten it securely with the hardware provided.
CAUTION
When installing the battery, connect the negative (-) cable last to prevent sparking
and shorting. When disconnecting is required, remove the negative (-) cable first.
Reverse polarity can cause damage to the starting and charging system.
3.2
MACHINE INSTALLATION
1. Remove the machine from the skid and lift the machine onto the vehicle with the
discharge end of the machine toward the rear of the vehicle.
2. Pass the remote control unit through an open window and locate it within reach of the
person operating the machine. If permanent vehicle installation is desired, the remote
control cable can be fed through a clearance hole in the vehicle chassis and then
reconnected. When drilling clearance holes, ensure that all sharp edges are removed
and covered to prevent premature wearing of the remote cable. When routing the cable
to the vehicle cab, do not allow the cable to be exposed to any sharp edges. Avoid
sharp bends when routing the cable.
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3.2
MACHINE INSTALLATION (CONT'D)
3. Once the cable has been routed to the cab, reseal all drilled openings to prevent
moisture and/or exhaust gases from entering the cab.
MANUAL REMOTE CHOKE:
4. Install the manual remote engine-choke cable by first attaching the cable to the
engine using the (3) clamps provided (see diagram below). The choke cable can then
be routed and mounted to the vehicle so that it is in easy reach of the machine operator.
ELECTRIC REMOTE CHOKE:
The electric remote choke is activated by pushing the button on the bottom of the
remote control box. Push button must be held in until the engine has started. This
feature is standard for machines with gear pumping system.
Note:
The MANUAL REMOTE CHOKE CABLE or the ELECTRIC REMOTE CHOKE is
provided for cold starting of the engine from the vehicle cab. Once the engine has been
allowed to warm-up, choking the engine should not be needed for restarting.
MANUAL REMOTE CHOKE
KIT P/N 64659
(VANGUARD 9
ITEM QTY P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
6 20061 CLAMP
HP 2MOTOR
DWG.)
3 159582
SCREW 8-32X3/8
3
6 131015 FLAT WASHER
4
3 454748 NUT, NYLOCK
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5 64658-1 CABLE, CHOKE
ELECTRIC REMOTE CHOKE
SEE DETAIL
SOLENOID
SPRING
COVER
LINKAGE
DETAIL
TRANSIENT
SUPPRESSOR
DETAILED NUMBERS IN ENGINE ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
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3.2
MACHINE INSTALLATION (CONT'D)
5. Using the (3) hold-down brackets used for mounting the machine to the shipping skid,
securely mount the machine to the bed of the vehicle (see diagram below). Depending
on the type of surface the machine is being mounted onto, it may be necessary to use
additional mounting hardware to secure the machine.
MACHINE MOUNTING
BRACKET
LOCATIONS
MOUNTING
BRACKET
DETAIL "A"
(SHIPPING BRACKET MOUNTING)
MACHINE MOUNTING BRACKET
USED IN 3 PLACES
MOUNTING HARDWARE
SUPPLIED BY USER
1/2" (12 mm)
LOCKWASHER
1/2" (12 mm)
FLATWASHER
1/2" (12 mm)
FLATWASHER
1/2" DIAMETER (12 mm)
HEX BOLT
PLASTIC
INSERT
MOUNTING
BRACKET
MACHINE
FRAME
VEHICLE
BED
DRILL .625 (5/8")(16 mm)
HOLE IN VEHICLE BED
1/2" (12 mm) HEXNUT (LOCK)
MACHINE MOUNTING DIAGRAM
SEE DETAIL "A"
WARNING
NEVER ATTEMPT TO OPERATE THE MACHINE WITHOUT FIRST VERIFYING
THAT IT IS SECURELY MOUNTED. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN
SEVERE INJURY.
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4.0
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE
1. ENGINE AND FUEL: This machine uses gasoline as the fuel for the internal
combustion engine and all precautions commonly applying to this volatile fuel should be
observed. Exercise extreme caution to avoid spilling of gasoline. If spillage occurs,
wipe it off and allow evaporation time before starting the engine. DO NOT attempt to
put fuel in tank while the machine is still running. Avoid smoking or open flame in area
when handling gasoline. Never run the unit indoors unless exhaust is vented to outside.
These fumes contain carbon monoxide which is colorless and odorless and can be fatal.
CAUTION
Do not operate engine without muffler
NOTE:
The engine is equipped with a muffler that has a U.S. Forestry Service approved spark
arrestor which is required by law in some states.
DO NOT TOUCH HOT MUFFLER, CYLINDERS OR FINS AS CONTACT MAY
CAUSE BURNS.
EXCEPT FOR ADJUSTMENT, DO NOT OPERATE THE ENGINE IF AIR
CLEANER OR COVER DIRECTLY OVER THE CARBURETOR AIR INTAKE IS
REMOVED.
DO NOT RUN THE UNIT IF THE COUPLING GUARD IS REMOVED.
DO NOT TAMPER WITH GOVERNOR SPRINGS, GOVERNOR LINKS OR OTHER
PARTS WHICH MAY INCREASE OR DECREASE THE GOVERNED ENGINE
SPEED.
2. THE ENGINE SPEED (RPM) should be checked periodically to insure that it is
operating correctly as engine speed affects the rate of the air flow through the nozzle
system which controls droplet particle size. Should be approximately 2700 RPM @ 8.0
PSI boom pressure.
3. MACHINE DAMAGE: Never operate a machine after it has been damaged. A
damaged machine can be very hazardous.
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4.0
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (CON’T)
4. WIND: Spraying during windy conditions is not usually practical because the
formulation will drift out of the intended area. However, under NO circumstances should
spraying into the wind be attempted. This may cause hazardous accumulations on the
machine or carrying vehicle.
5. SAFETY EQUIPMENT: In addition to any safety equipment that may be required by
the type of formulation which is being used, the following items should be mandatory for
each vehicle which carries this machine during fogging operations.
a. Fire Extinguisher, chemical-type rated for fuel fires.
b. First Aid Kit.
c. Eye Wash Solution.
d. Safety Glasses.
e. Container of Oil Dry Compound.
f. Gloves Rated for High Temperature.
g. Respirator Adequate for Formulation being used.
6. CHILDREN: Many spraying operations are performed in residential areas,
commonly at dusk. This presents the operator with the problem of children who are
attracted to the noise and/or mist being created. Children have been observed running
into and riding bicycles through the mist. The possible hazard lies in the toxic effect of
some formulations, the severity of which depends upon the chemical used, mist density
and the length of time of direct exposure.
IT IS THE OPERATOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO DISCOURAGE ANYONE FROM
PLAYING IN THE MIST OR BEING NEAR THE MOVING VEHICLE.
7. FORMULATIONS: Ensure that formulations are applied only in strict compliance
with the formulation label as well as local, state and federal regulations and that these
formulations are dispersed only by trained personnel of public health organizations,
mosquito abatement districts, pest control operators or other qualified personnel.
a. Always comply with any requirements for protective clothing, goggles, gloves,
Facial masks or respirators required on the formulation label.
b. Do not exceed the dosage set forth on the registration label of the insecticide to
be used.
c. Always store formulation in its original labeled container.
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5.0
MACHINE OPERATION
CAUTION
Read this complete operation section and the section on safety precautions
before starting the machine for the first time.
For first time operation, the sections on MACHINE INSTALLATION and MACHNE
OPERATION must be performed before proceeding with this section.
When operating this machine for the first time, move to an uncongested and well-vented
work area away from flammable materials.
WARNING
READ THE SECTION ON SAFETY PRECAUTIONS BEFORE PREPARING TO
DISPENSE FORMULATION.
READ AND THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND ALL INFORMATION, CAUTIONS AND
WARNINGS ON THE FORMULATION LABEL WHICH MAY AFFECT PERSONAL
SAFETY. KNOW ANY DANGERS OF THE SOLUTION USED AND KNOW WHAT TO
DO IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT INVOLVING THE SOLUTION.
ALWAYS USE THE APPROPRIATE SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND DRESS
ACCORDING TO THE CHEMICAL FORMULATION WHICH IS BEING USED.
WARNING
DO NOT USE ANY SUBSTANCES FROM UNMARKED CONTAINERS OR FROM
CONTAINERS WITH OBVIOUSLY ALTERED LABELS.
READ AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE CHEMICAL SOLUTION LABEL
FOR ULV SPRAYING OF THE SOLUTION.
DO NOT SPRAY NEAR AN OPEN FLAME OR HOT MATERIALS.
DO NOT LEAVE THE MACHINE UNATTENDED.
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5.1
PRE-SPRAY CHECK LIST
1. Verity that the formulation pump has been calibrated and is dispensing formulation in
accordance with the manufacturers label requirements.
2. Verify that the adjustable nozzle boom is in the correct position as required for the
spraying operation to be accomplished, and that the ring clamp which allows this
positioning is tight.
3. Verify that the engine has sufficient fuel and is properly lubricated.
4. Verify that the blower has been serviced.
5. Inspect all hoses for abnormal conditions.
6. Verify that no foreign objects or tools have been left in or about the machine.
7. Verify that the sufficient amount of formulation is in the tank and that the tank filling
cap is tight and its air vent hole is not clogged.
8. Verify that the battery is mounted securely and cable connections are proper.
9. Verify that all safety equipment is in place and is in proper working order.
10. Verify that the remote control box is within easy reach of the operator.
CAUTION
Before proceeding with any spraying operation, the operator should be
thoroughly familiar with starting and stopping the machine and with all the
operating controls. If you are operating the machine for the first time, exercise
the machine through its full operational sequences from a position of full
visibility of the machine before operating the machine fully remote. This is also a
good idea for experienced operators who may be operating a new machine or
who may be reactivating a machine after repairs or a period of inactivity. Refer to
the engine manual for starting and stopping the engine.
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5.2
BLOWER PREPARATION
The blower on your machine has already been filled with a non-detergent, SAE 40 grade
oil. It should not be necessary for you to use a different grade of oil unless the machine
will be operated in climates with a temperature above 90 F (32 C). In applications where
the machine will be operated for extended periods above 90 F (32 C), use SAE-50 grade
oil. (See pages 7 and 8 of the "Blower Instructions" manual for lubrication schedules and
oil capacities, etc...).
5.3
ENGINE PREPARATION
Change and add oil according to chart below. Do not overfill. Use high quality
detergent oil API classified “For service SE, SF, SG” . If oil remains in the engine, oil
viscosity must be suitable for the lowest temperature at which the engine will be operated
in service. Use no special additives with recommended oils.
(*) Air cooled engines run
hotter than automotive
engines.
Use
of
multi-viscosity
oils
(10W-30, etc.) Above 40 °F
(4°C) will result in high oil
consumption and possible
engine damage. Check oil
level more frequently if
using these types of oil.
(**) SAE 30 oil, if used
below 40 °F (4 °C), will
result in hard starting and possible engine bore damage due to inadequate lubrication.
Check oil level before starting engine. Add oil (If required).
Start and run the engine at idle for 30 seconds. Shut engine off. Wait 30 seconds and
check oil level. Add oil to bring level to Full mark on dipstick, if required.
Note :Engine is shipped from factory without oil. Before starting it, check oil level.
Fuel Recommendations
The engine will operate satisfactorily using any automobile gasoline. Use clean, fresh,
lead-free gasoline with a minimum of 85 octane for overhead valve engines. Leaded
gasoline may be used if it is commercially available, and if lead-free is not available. Use
of lead-free gasoline results in fewer combustion deposits and longer valve life. Purchase
fuel in quantity that can be used within 30 days. This will assure fuel freshness and
volatility tailored to the season. DO NOT MIX OIL WITH GASOLINE.
B&S do not recommend using gasoline which contains alcohol, such a gasohol. If
gasoline with alcohol is used, it must contain less than 10% Ethanol and must be
removed from engine during storage. Do not use gasoline which contains Methanol.
Fuel Level : Do not overfill. Allow space in fuel tank for fuel expansion.
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5.4
STARTING THE ENGINE
1. OPEN THE FUEL VALVE: Turn fuel valve lever right 1/4 turn.
2. CHOKE ENGINE: Move engine or remote choke control to position lever in "choke"
position.
NOTE:
This should fully close choke on carburetor. If it does not, remote control must be
readjusted to enable full travel of the choke lever.
3. TURN ENGINE "ON": Position kill switch on engine to "ON" and place the machine
on/off switch on the remote control box to "ON". When the remote box switch is "ON",
the green L.E.D. on the remote box should glow indicating power to the remote
box.
4. TURN SPRAY OUTPUT "OFF": Verify that the spray on/off switch on the remote
control box is in the "OFF" position.
5. START ENGINE: Activate the spring-loaded start switch on the remote box to start
the engine.
NOTE:
To prevent overheating the engine starter motor, do not activate the motor longer than
15 seconds at a time.
6. SET ENGINE SPEED: Allow the engine to warm-up and gradually move the choke
lever to the "unchoked" position. Adjust the engine throttle control to achieve the
desired BOOM PRESSURE. (See Tables 1 and 2, Section 7.0)
DO NOT EXCEED 8.5 PSI BOOM PRESSURE
6.0
MEASURING LIQUID VISCOSITY
In order to achieve consistent results in generating aerosols with a volume median
diameter (VMD) in the sub 20 micron range, several variables must be kept under
control at the same time. The ability of an aerosol generator to consistently break up a
liquid into appropriate sized droplets depends on (3) key elements:
1. The available energy flow (air flow) through the nozzle is governed by the blower
speed. As the air mass and its velocity through the nozzle decreases, the droplet
size (VMD) will increase assuming that the liquids viscosity and flow rate remains
constant.
2. The flow rate of the liquid governed by the speed of the liquid pump.
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6.0
MEASURING LIQUID VISCOSITY (CONT'D)
3. The viscosity of the liquid. Various liquids have different viscosities. Viscosity is
defined as a fluids resistance to flow commonly measured in units of a centipoise (CP).
Generally, the thicker the liquid, the greater the viscosity and the higher the CP number.
Examples of some liquid viscosities are:
LIQUID
VISCOSITY (CP)
WATER
DIBROM
DOW MFC
PYRETHRIN, RESMETHRIN
DURSBAN 1.5 ULV
TECHNICAL MALATHION
1
3-4
3-4
6-7
12-14
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To measure the flow ability (viscosity) of your formulation:
1. Place a sample of the formulation liquid to be dispensed in the relative flow ability
meter provided with the machine such that the liquid level is above the top line.
2. Hold the meter vertical and allow the liquid to flow through the brass orifice at the
outlet end of the meter into an appropriate container.
3. Using a stopwatch or a watch with a sweep second hand, determine the flow ability
time in seconds that it takes for the liquid level to fall from the top line to the bottom
line.
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6.0
MEASURING LIQUID VISCOSITY (CONT'D)
Once the flowability of the liquid has been measured, tables 1 and 2 can be used as an
approximate guide for setting the pump flow rate and nozzle boom pressure for your
spray application.
NOTE:
Periodically calibrate the flowability meter using plain water. Water should flow through
the orifice such that the time between the top line and the bottom line is 32 + 2 seconds.
CURTIS DYNA-FOG Ltd.
LINE N0. 1
COUNT SECONDS IT TAKES
FLUID TO DRAIN FROM
LINE NO. 1 TO LINE NO. 2
(FLOWABILITY TIME)
LINE NO. 2
FLOWABILITY TEST METER
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7.0
DROPLET SIZE (VOLUME-MEDIAN-DIAMETER)
VS
FLOW RATE AND BOOM PRESSURE
Once the flowability of the formulation to be sprayed has been determined and the
formulation pump has been calibrated to produce the flow rate specified on the formulation
label, select one of the two tables below that is closest to the flowability of the formulation
to be sprayed (35 seconds or 85 seconds). Then match the closest flow rate in the left
hand column with the flow rate specified on the formulation label. A boom pressure can
then be selected that will produce a particle size in accordance with the formulation label.
(Remember: with a constant flow rate supplied to the nozzle system, increasing nozzle
boom pressure will decrease particle size).
BOOM PRESS.
6 PSI
5 PSI
8 PSI
7 PSI
3 PSI
6
8
10
12
15
18
118 ML/MIN
6 OZ/MIN
or
7
10
177 ML/MIN
8 OZ/MIN
or
12
14
18
22
10
13
16
18
21
24
4 PSI
3 PSI
237 ML/MIN
LIQUID
FLOW RATE
4.3 OZ/MIN
or
8 PSI
7 PSI
BOOM PRESS.
6 PSI
5 PSI
13
15
17
20
22
13
15
17
19
23
25
192 ML/MIN
8.6 OZ/MIN
or
15
17
19
21
25
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8 PSI
7 PSI
4 PSI
3 PSI
254 ML/MIN
LIQUID
FLOW RATE
24.6 OZ/MIN
or
BOOM PRESS.
6 PSI
5 PSI
*
*
*
*
40
*
727 ML/MIN
35 OZ/MIN
or
*
*
60
*
*
*
1035 ML/MIN
49.2 OZ/MIN
or
80
*
*
*
*
*
1455 ML/MIN
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LARVACIDE (TECKNAR)TABLE 2A
(TIME THROUGH FLOW METER
APPROXIMATELY 42 SEC.)
12
127 ML/MIN
6.5 OZ/MIN
or
MALATHION (CYTHION 91%)TABLE 2
(TIME THROUGH FLOW METER
APPROXIMATELY 85 SEC.)
4 PSI
RESMETHRIN (SCOURGE
1-6.5)- TABLE 1
(TIME THROUGH FLOW METER
APPROXIMATELY 30 SEC.)
LIQUID
FLOW RATE
4 OZ/MIN
or
8.0
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
NOTE:
A successful maintenance program begins after the first use of the machine and not
after the machine has ceased to function.
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE:
1. Occasionally inspect mounting hardware to ensure that fasteners are tight. Loose
hardware can cause excessive vibration leading to major failure of components.
2. Acquaint yourself with the operating sounds of your machine. Strange sounds
suddenly appearing can be a forewarning of difficulties which may be preventable with
immediate action.
3. Keep the machine clean externally as well as internally. Some insecticides contain
chemicals which are corrosive.
BATTERY
WARNING
(REFER TO SECTION 3.1)
BATTERIES PRODUCE EXPLOSIVE GASES. KEEP SPARKS AND FLAMES AWAY.
VENTILATE WHEN CHARGING OR USING IN ENCLOSED SPACE. ALWAYS
SHIELD EYES WHEN WORKING NEAR BATTERIES. THE BATTERY CONTAINS
SULFURIC ACID AND CAN CAUSE SEVERE BURNS. AVOID CONTACT WITH
SKIN, EYES AND CLOTHING.
1. Check battery fluid level each week. If the level is low, add distilled water. After
initial activation of battery, never add additional electrolytic fluid. Distilled water is
preferred. (See section 3.1 "CHARGING THE BATTERY")
2. Check vent holes in battery and remove any obstructions.
3. Inspect posts and remove any corrosion build-up using water and baking soda.
4. Apply an anti-corrosion compound or a light coating of petroleum jelly to battery
terminals to minimize corrosion.
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FILTER - SILENCER
(Rotary Blower)
A) General :
The air blower filter - silencer is mounted on the air blower. Dirt and
other foreign particles are filtered from the incoming air by means of
the reusable stainless element. The design is such that it partially
silences the air also.
Note :
Do Not run the machine without this filter silencer assembly; as this would cause
serious damage to the blower unit.
WING NUT
WASHER
STAINLESS
STEEL
ELEMENT
COVER
BASE
ASSEMBLY
BLOWER FILTER ASSEMBLY
B)
Removal and disassembly :
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the filter-silencer from the air blower by turning it counter-clockwise.
Remove wing nut and washer.
Remove outer shell cover.
Remove stainless element.
C)
Inspection and Cleaning :
1.
Clean the stainless screen in an approved solvent, dry with compressed air, or
shake to remove excess solvent and allow to dry naturally. Inspect the screen for
defects that may permit dirt or other foreign particles to enter the air blower.
Inspect the outer shell cover for cracks, breaks or dents and replace if required.
Remove any foreign matter of obstruction from any of the tubes of the main base
assembly. Be careful not to loose the clips from the base which isolate the shell
from the base to prevent excessive vibration.
2.
3.
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FORMULATION FILTER
The system is equipped with an in line low profile filter located at the formulation tank
standpipe. This filter is to prevent any foreign matter from entering the Pump, solenoid
valve and the nozzle system. Located inside the filter housing is a fine mesh stainless
steel screen and a Aflas gasket seal.
IN-LINE FILTER (P/N 62558-5)
TO REMOVE AND CLEAN THE SCREEN
1.
Loosen and remove the bottom portion (bowl) from the housing body, being
careful not to loose the Aflas gasket seal ring.
2.
Remove and clean the fine wire mesh stainless steel screen.
3.
Check the Aflas gasket seal ring and replace if necessary.
CAUTION
Do Not overtighten as damage the Aflas gasket seal ring may occur.
Overtighten will not improve the seal .
Note :
If leakage occurs, open the unit and clean and inspect the Aflas gasket seal ring.
A suitable lubricant applied to the ring will help the seal.
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PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
TABLE 3
FREQUENCY
MAINTENANCE OPERATION
8 HRS OR
DAILY
25 HRS OR
50 HRS OR
100 HRS OR
100-300 HRS
NEW SEASON NEW SEASON NEW SEASON
ENGINE
CHECK OIL LEVEL
CHANGE OIL
SERVICE PRE-AIR FILTER
SERVICE AIR FILTER
DEBRIS GUARD (OPTIONAL)
CLEAN COOLING SYSTEM (FINS)
INSPECT SPARK ARRESTER
REPLACE OR CLEAN SPARK PLUG
REPLACE IN-LINE FUEL FILTER
CLEAN COMBUSTION CHAMBER
ROTARY BLOWER
CHECK OIL LEVEL
CLEAN AIR FILTER
GREASE BLOWER
SOLENOID VALVES
INSPECT INTERNAL PARTS/CLEAN
(USE REBUILDING KIT IF REQUIRED)
OTHERS
FLUSH FORMULATION SYSTEM
INSPECT BATTERY FLUID LEVEL
CLEAN FORMULATION FILTER
INSPECT FLEXIBLE DRIVE COUPLING
NOTE: Change oil more often when operating in high ambient temperatures.
Clean air filters more often under dusty conditions or when airbourne debris is present.
See engine and blower manuals.
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8.1
FLUSHING THE SYSTEM
The system must be flushed after each use to protect the equipment from the corrosive
material in the formulations.
CAUTION
Never handle any parts on the machine that come in contact with formulation
until the unit has been thoroughly flushed with isopropyl alcohol or other
recommended flushing agent.
TO FLUSH SYSTEM:
NOTE:
If your machine is equipped with the FMI pumping system or the Diaphragm Pumping
System, it is not necessary to adjust the pump output setting when flushing.
1. If the unit is equipped with the CURTIS SYNCROFLOW system, verify that the
"MANUAL-SYNCROFLOW" switch is located on the pump control box is in the
MANUAL position.
2. With the engine and blower operating, place the manual 3-way valve mounted on the
machine into the FLUSH position.
3. If your machine is equipped with the "GEAR PUMPING SYSTEM", place "FUNCTION
SELECT" dial on the remote control box to the number (1) or (2) position.
4. If your machine is equipped with the "GEAR PUMPING SYSTEM", set the "RATE"
knob on remote control box to where you are dispensing 15 oz/min (530 ML/min.) This
will help accomplish the flushing operation quicker.
5. Place spray output switch on remote control box into the "ON" position.
6. Flush for 3 to 5 minutes.
NOTE:
Follow the flushing instructions indicated in the pumping system section.
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8.2
ULV NOZZLE ASSEMBLY
The design of the ULV Nozzle is such that it should require little maintenance if the
machine is properly flushed after each use. However, if it becomes necessary to clean
the entire Nozzle Assembly, refer to steps 1-7. To inspect the inside of the Nozzle it is
not necessary to remove the entire Nozzle Assembly from the machine. Refer to steps
4-7.
TO REMOVE THE ENTIRE NOZZLE:
1.) Loosen the plastic nut on the rear of the nozzle to enable removing the plastic elbow
from the spray tube.
2.) Loosen the steel nut on the rear of the nozzle that secures the nozzle to the nozzle
boom. There are two o'rings within the nut used for sealing against the spray tube.
3.) Remove the black plastic clamping knob that is used to tighten the stainless clamp
for retaining the nozzle to the boom ay. Remove the stainless steel clamp. The nozzle
should now be free from the boom ay.
4.) Remove the (3) front plate mounting screws and remove the front plate.
5.) If necessary, the large o'ring installed beneath the front plate can be removed.
NOTE:
Do Not loosen the jam nut that locks the spray tube to the nozzle cone. SEE
IMPORTANT" BELOW.
6.) Soak the nozzle parts in a degreasing solution to remove all residue.
7.) Thoroughly rinse the parts and reassemble.
IMPORTANT
If for any reason it becomes necessary to have to remove the spray tube from the
nozzle cone, care must be taken to hold dimension "A" when reassembling.
Dimension "A" is the distance from the end of the spray tube to the front face of
the nozzle cone. Be careful not to damage the output end of the spray tube when
disassembling.
"A"
FRONT PLATE
SPRAY TUBE
JAM NUT
NOZZLE CONE
NOZZLE CONE
MOUNTING SCREWS
FRONT PLATE
MOUNTING SCREWS
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8.3
HI-FLEX COUPLING
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FLANGE AND BUSHING INSTALLATION
Make sure the bore and tapered cone surface of the bushing and flanges are free of
all foreign substances such a paint or dirt.
1.
Place *QD bushing on the shaft over the key with flange end first. The end of
the bushing should be flush with the end of the shaft for best results.
NOTE : If shaft end project beyond the bushing, be sure to allow for end float
and misalignment.
2.
Either loosen flange assembly screws as much as possible or disassemble.
Slip flange over *QD bushing and assemble in the following manner :
BLOWER SHAFT
ENGINE SHAFT
OUTSIDE MOUNT
INSIDE MOUNT
B. INSIDE MOUNT. Align clearance
holes in the flange assembly with the
tapped holes in the *QD bushing.
Assemble pull-up bolts and lock
washers as shown in above figure.
Tighten pull-up bolts progressively
and evenly to the *QD bushing bolt
torque (108 in-lb).
A. OUTSIDE MOUNT. Align the
clearance holes in the *QD bushing
with the tapped holes of the flange
assembly. Assemble pull-up bolts and
lock washers as shown in above figure.
Tighten pull-up bolts progressively
and evenly to the *QD bushing bolt
torque (108 in-lb).
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CAUTION :
Never allow the flange assembly to be drawn in contact with the flange of the
*QD Bushing. There should be a gap from “1/8" TO 1/4" between them. If the
gap is closed, the shaft is seriously undersize.
Bolts of *QD Bushing:
1/4-20 x 1-1/4 , grade 5.
Bolts of Flange Assembly: 5/16-18 Socket Head Cap, equivalent to grade 8.
3.
The second *QD bushing is placed on the other shaft as described on step 1
and the second flange assembly is slipped over the bushing and assembled
to the distance of 1-1/8" (as indicated in below/left drawing) apart following
the instructions in step 2.
FLANGE ASSEMBLY MOUNTED DISTANCE
PRIOR TO INSTALLING FLEXIBLE ELEMENT
4.
CHECKING THE FLANGE SPACING
FOR PARALLEL SHAFTS : Using a scale or straight edge, check the flange
spacing and angular misalignment at four places 90° apart around the
coupling without rotating the flanges. The flanges should be aligned so that
the dimensions at all four places do not vary more than 1/32" for best results.
Check parallel misalignment by laying the straight edge across the flange
O.D. several places around the circumference of the coupling. Parallel
misalignment not to exceed 1/32" for best results.
FOR PARALLEL AND NON PARALLEL SHAFTS : For the longest coupling
life is always best to align couplings as accurately as possible upon the initial
installation.
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INSTALLATION OF FLEXIBLE ELEMENT
5.
You may loosen the flange assembly screws as much as possible without
disassembly of cover or you may
remove the screws completely thus
disassembling the cover. In either
case wrap the flexible element around
the flange assembling. Make sure the
beads of the element are fully worked
down upon the seats of covers as
shown in the detail on the right
drawing. To insure proper seating, rap
on the tire O.D. with a small mallet
until the split is closed.
IMPORTANT : Split must be closed
after assembly is completed.
FLEXIBLE ELEMENT INSTALLATION
6.
Hold with your hand the split of the flexible element. Tighten (finger tight) one
or two screws directly opposite the split. Using both hands knead the tire
pulling it toward the split. Repeat the procedure on all remaining screws.
Retighten each screw, in succession, with a torque wrench to 300 in-lb.
NOTE :
The metal pieces of the coupling that clamp the rubber element will operate properly
only if tightly clamped by the screws. Over tightening cannot damage the rubber
element, but being too loose may damage the coupling.
TO REPLACE TIRE
Loosen all flange assembly screws completely to disengage the covers of the flange
assemblies. Grasp one end of the flexible element at the split and peel it off the
flange assemblies. Remove any foreign substances, such dirt, off both sides of the
flange assemblies and install the new flexible element according to step 5 and 6. If
necessary to replace flange assembly screws, use only grade 8 or equivalent.
IMPORTANT NOTICE : Because of the possible danger to person(s) or property
from accidents which may result in the use of this products, it is important that the
Hi-Flex coupling be used in accordance with the engineering information specified
in the catalog and in these instructions. Proper installation, maintenance and
operating procedures must be observed. Proper guards and other safety devices
that may be needed or specified in safety codes should be provided and used, but
are neither provided by, nor the responsibility of the manufacturer.
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8.4
STORAGE & SHIPMENT
PREPARING THE BLOWER FOR STORAGE
In preparing the blower for storage, the inner workings of the blower must be coated
with a rust inhibiting oil. This is done by removing the air filter/silencer by turning it
counterclockwise (CCW). After the filter/silencer is removed, access to the inner
workings is possible. A rust inhibitor can then be sprayed into the blower while rotating
the blower shaft to insure all parts are oiled. A compatible rust inhibitor should also be
added to existing oil, and all bearings should be greased. Re-install filter onto blower
and cover the filter assembly with a plastic bag to prevent debris from accumulating in
the inlet tubes.
PREPARING THE ENGINE FOR STORAGE
An engine to be stored over 30 days should be completely drained of fuel to prevent
gum deposits forming on essential parts, fuel filter, and tank.
NOTE
The use of a fuel additive, such as Dyna-Fog STA-BIL will minimize the formation of
fuel gum deposits during storage. Such an additive may be added to the gasoline in the
fuel tank of the engine, or to the gasoline in a storage container.
A. All fuel should be removed from the tank. Run the engine until it stops from lack of
fuel. The small amount of fuel that remains in the sump of tank should be removed by
absorbing it with a clean, dry cloth.
B. While the engine is still warm, drain the oil from the crankcase. Refill with fresh oil.
C. Remove the spark plug and pour approximately one ounce(30 cc.) of engine oil into
the cylinder and crank slowly to distribute the oil. Replace the spark plug.
D. Clean dirt and chaff from cylinders, cylinder head fins, blower housing, rotating
screen and muffler areas.
E. Store in a clean dry area.
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STORAGE AND SHIPMENT (CONT'D)
PREPARING THE BATTERY FOR STORAGE
Disconnect positive (+) and negative (-) battery cables and wrap cable ends with
electrical tape. Remove battery and store in a cool dry area.
PREPARING THE FRAME ASSEMBLY FOR STORAGE
The frame should be wiped down with Isopropyl Alcohol and dried. If original shipping
carton is not available the unit should be covered with a tarpaulin or plastic sheet.
WARNING
IT IS AGAINST FEDERAL LAW TO SHIP INSECTICIDES AND FLAMMABLE
LIQUIDS IN AN UNMARKED, NON-D.O.T. APPROVED CONTAINER WITHOUT
PROPER LABELING AND U.N. NUMBER.
If for any reason it becomes necessary to return your machine to our Factory, make
certain that the Formulation and Fuel Tanks have been and flushed as described above.
If a machine is received that has not been drained and flushed, a service fee will be
charged for doing so.
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9.0
VENTED CAP
VENTED CAP
FLUSH TANK
3-WAY VALVE
(MANUAL OR
SOLENOID)
FORMULATION
TANK
NOZZLE
FILTER
INTERCHANGEABLE RESTRICTING
ORIFICE (DIAPHRAM PUMP ONLY)
ULV
DROPLETS
2-WAY SOLENOID
VALVE
BLOWER
PRESSURE GAGE
TYPHOON 1
FLUIDS SYSTEM DIAGRAM
(TO PRESSURE SWITCH)
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
TO PUMPING SYSTEM
(EXCLUDING PUMPING SYSTEM)
2
8
9
3
5
1
"SPRAY" SOLENOID
VALVE
BLUE/WHITE
GREEN
BLACK
REMOTE KILL
RED/BLACK
REMOTE START
RED
+12 VDC
TO
ENGINE
WIRING
RED
CHASSIS GROUND
CHARGING
REGULATOR
REMOTE KILL
BLACK/WHITE
REMOTE START
RED/WHITE
RED
VOLTAGE
RED/WHITE
RED/WHITE
STARTER
MOTOR
STARTER SOLENOID
RED
ENGINE WIRING DIAGRAM
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+ 12 VOLT DC
BATTERY
FROM GASOLINE ENGINE
MACHINE WIRING DIAGRAM
For Diaphragm and
FMI pumping system
ENGINE ASSEMBLY P/N 64730
ITEM QTY
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
63458-1 FLANGE AY, OUTSIDE MNT.
2
1
139009 SCREW, SET, ¼-28 x ¼
3
1
63460-7 1˝ SH BUSHING
4
1
62549
KEY ¼ x 1-3/4
5
1
49075
VANGUARD 9 HP ENGINE
6
2
159675 SCREW, 8-32 x 1 PHCRZ
7
2
131015 WASHER, #8 FL REG
8
1
64016
HOURMETER/TACHOMETER
9
2
54035
SPACER, PVC, ½ x N0. 10
10
2
454748 NUT, 8-32, LOCK HEX
11
1
49078
HARNESS, ADAPTER (B&S)
12
1
85685
CONNECTOR 3M
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TACHOMETER / HOURMETER
THE NEW MODEL OF THE TACHOMETER/HOURMETER ALLOW THE POSSIBILITY TO USE THE
MAINTENANCE METER TO ALERT MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL THAT A TIME INTERVAL HAS
EXPIRED AND SERVICE SHOULD BE PERFORMED ON THE ENGINE.
INTRODUCTION
The ENGINE MONITOR is a self powered LCD
Hourmeter/Tachometer and Maintenance Meter. An
internal lithium battery furnishes the power for the
monitor. A wire around the spark plug wire of the engine
provides both a tachometer signal and an indicator that
the engine is running. The maintenance meter is used to
alert maintenance personnel that a time interval has
expired and maintenance should be performed on the
engine. Before changing any setting to the ENGINE
MONITOR, ensure that the engine is Off.
INSTALLATION
Unpack and attach the unit to a location where it can be easily read. Uncoil the shielded wire and wrap 3
or 4 turns of the red wire around the engine’s spark plug wire. The with wire must be attached to the
engine’s frame. The LCD will be blank because the ENGINE MONITOR is in its storage or sleep mode.
With the engine off, press and hold the S1 button for 1 second to activate the monitor. This one time
action will remove the ENGINE MONITOR from the sleep mode and turn it on. The LCD will display the
accumulated hours on the hourmeter and a HOURS icon.
TO SET THE MAINTENANCE INTERVAL TIMER
Press and hold down the S2 button for 4 seconds. The right most digit on the LCD Will flash and the
service icon will be displayed. Pressing and holding the S1 button will cause the flashing digit to
automatically increment. When the desired number has been reached release the S1 button and press
the S2 button for 1 second to increment to the next digit. Repeat above steps until the service time
interval has been entered. After 14 to 16 seconds with no buttons pressed, the LCD display will return to
total hours mode.
ACTIVATING THE MAINTENANCE INTERVAL TIMER
Press and hold the S1 and S2 button simultaneously for 20 seconds. The two digits will increment to 20
seconds and then return to total hours mode. When the engine is running and the maintenance time has
reached zero, the service icon will come on.
VIEWING MAINTENANCE INTERVAL
Press and hold the S2 button for 4 seconds to view remaining time of your maintenance interval . To
continue current maintenance do nothing. If you would like to start a new maintenance interval, repeat
steps 4 & 5 again. Each time you want to view the remaining time of your maintenance, press and hold
S2.
RESETTING THE SERVICE ICON
Press and hold the S1 and S2 buttons for 20 seconds. The service icon will shut off. The maintenance
time will automatically default to the number previously programmed.
TO DISPLAY HOURS ONLY
Press and hold the S1 button until 04 is displayed. Release the S1 button and the display returns to total
hours after 8 to 10 seconds. When the engine is running the display will show hours only, no RPM and the
Hour Icon will blink.
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TYPHOON 1 MODEL
with DIAPHRAGM PUMP
EXPLODED DIAGRAM
P/N 64600-2

CURTIS DYNA-FOG , Ltd.
WESTFIELD, IN – USA
www.dynafog.com
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PARTS LIST FOR TYPHOON 1 DIAPHRAGME PUMP, EXP. DIAGRAM
ITEM
1
QTY
1
P/N
64004
ITEM DESCRIPTION
TANK AY, 15G POLY
ITEM
33
QTY
1
P/N
64602
FRAME AY
2
2
63268
TIE DOWN AY
34
3
1
4
4
64620-1
TRAY SPILL
63151
BOLT, EYE, ¼-20 x 2”
5
4
63621
6
4
7
ITEM DESCRIPTION
4
63327
FOOT, EPDM RUBBER
35
1
64632-2
ID LABEL, MOD 2984-2
36
2
64631
STRAP, BATTERY RETAINER
WASHER, FENDER
37
4
114653
NUT, HEX 8-32
134551
NUT, ¼-20, HEX
38
1
64637-1
BOX BATTERY, MACHINED
2
62875-2
STRAP, TANK AY
39
4
120382
BOLT, 3/8-16 x 1.75
8
2
63150
PLUG, 2” SQUARE CAP
40
4
122168
WASHER, LOCK, 3/8 SPLIT
9
1
64610
POST AY, TALL FORMULATION
41
4
120394
WASHER, FLAT, 3/8 REG
10
1
62884
BRACKET, FLUSH TANK
42
2
62873
HOLD DOWN, BLOWER
11
1
64618
BRACKET, PRESSURE GAUGE
43
8
63432
BOLT, 5/16-18 x 1.5
12
1
64381
GAUGE AY, PRES 0-15 (PSI) PM
44
8
63477
WASHER, FENDER 1.25 O.D.
13
10
121887
BOLT, ¼-20 x ¾ HEX
45
4
62899
ISOLATOR
14
12
120392
WASHER, FLAT ¼ REG
46
2
63285
CLAMP, CABLE 5/8
15
4
9419454
NUT, NYLOCK ¼-20
47
1
63469
GUARD, COUPLING 2985
16
1
63337-1
TANK AY, 1 GAL. FLUSH
48
10
120380
WASHER, LOCK, ¼ SPLIT
17
1
63173
POST AY
49
1
64735
LABEL, TRI-TYPHOON
18
1
64639-1
VALVE AY, 3-WAY, 2984
50
1
64615
PLATE AY, BLOWER/ENGINE
19
8
122007
BOLT, HEX 5/16-18 x 3/4
51
4
63430
WASHER, ENGINE SPACER
20
12
120214
5/16 SPLIT WASHER, ZINC
52
1
63458-2
INSERT, DAYCO COUPLING
21
12
120393
WASHER, FLAT, 5/16 SAE
53
4
63063
SPACER (BLK ANOD.), BLOWER
22
1
64714
ENCL AY, DIAPH PUMP
54
1
63345
BLOWER AY, 33 URAI
23
4
63148
MOUNT, SHOCK (1/4-20)
55
1
63019
CLAMP, V-INSERT
24
4
120423
WASHER, LOCK, ¼ INTO
56
1
64635
BOOM AY, TYPHOON 1
25
4
120375
NUT, HEX, ¼-20 ZN PL
57
1
64730
ENGINE AY
26
1
64717
BRACKET AY VALVE SUPPORT
58
1
64653
MANUAL, TYPHOON 1
27
1
64746
STRAP VALVE METERING
59
1
64657
BOW AY, REMOTE
28
1
64740
BRACKET AY, TOP
60
1
64701
KIT, TYPHOON 1 SERVICE (EXPORT)
29
4
64680
SLEEVE, SHOCK MOUNT
*61
1
64629
ADJUSTABLE BOOM AY
30
4
49053
BUMPER, RUBBER 2.5″
*62
1
62895-4
SEWER KIT (TYPHOON 1)
31
4
121900
BOLT, ¼-20 x 1, HEX
*63
1
62895-7
KIT, REMOTE NOZZLE ATTACHMENT
32
4
9616904
WASHER, ¼ FLAT
*OPTIONAL
38
TYPHOON 1 MODEL with
GEARPUMP
EXPLODED DIAGRAM
P/N 64600-3

62
39
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WESTFIELD, IN – USA
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PARTS LIST FOR TYPHOON 1 GEAR PUMP EXPL. DIAGRAM
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
QTY
1
2
1
4
4
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
10
12
4
1
1
1
8
12
12
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
4
P/N
64004
63268
64620-1
63151
63621
134551
62875-2
63150
64610
62884
64618
64381
121887
120392
9419454
63337-1
63173
64679
122007
120214
120393
64656-R
63418
120423
120375
64680
49053
121900
9616904
64602
63327
DESCRIPTION
TANK AY, 15G POLY
TIE DOWN AY
TRAY, SPILL
BOLT, EYE ¼-20 x 2˝
WASHER, FENDER
NUT, ¼-20, HEX
STRAP, TANK AY
PLUG, 2˝ SQUARE CAP
POST AY, TALL FORMULATION
BRACKET, FLUSH TANK
BRACKET, PRESSURE GAGE
GAGE AY, PRES. S0-15 PSI (PM)
BOLT, ¼-20 x ¾ HEX
WASHER, FLAT ¼ REG
NUT, NYLOCK ¼-20
TANK AY, 1 GAL. FLUSH
POST AY
SOL. VLV AY (3-WAY)
BOLT, HEX 5/16-18 x ¾
5/16 SPLIT LOCKWASHER, ZINC
WASHER, FLAT 5/16 SAE
ENCLOSURE AY, FMI RADAR
MOUNT, SHOCK (1/4-20)
WASHER, LOCK INTO
NUT, HEX, ¼-20 ZN PL
SLEEVE, SHOCK MOUNT
BUMPER, RUBBER 2.5˝
BOLT, ¼-20 x 1˝, HEX
WASHER, ¼ FLAT
FRAME AY
FOOT, EPDM RUBBER
ITEM
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
*57
*58
*59
*60
*61
62
40
QTY
1
2
4
1
4
4
4
2
8
8
4
2
1
10
1
1
4
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
P/N
64632-2
64631
114653
64637-1
120382
122168
120394
62873
63432
63477
62899
63285
63469
120380
64638
64615
63430
63458-2
63063
63345
63019
64635
64730
64653
64690-1
64701
64629
62895-4
62895-7
64733
62628
DESCRIPTION
ID LABEL, MOD 2984-2
STRAP, BATTERY RETAINER
NUT, HEX 8-32
BOX, BATTERY, MACHINED
BOLT, 3/8-16 x 1.75˝
WASHER, LOCK, 3/8 SPLIT
WASHER, FLAT, 3/8 REG
HOLD DOWN, BLOWER
BOLT, 5/16-18 x 1.5˝
WASHER, FENDER 1.25 OD
ISOLATOR
CLAMP, CABLE 5/8
GUARD, COUPLING 2985
WASHER, LOCK, ¼ SPLIT
LABEL, TYPHOON 1 LOGO
PLATE AY, BLOWER/ENGINE
WASHER, ENGINE SPACER
INSERT, DAYCO COUPLING
SPACER (BLACK AND.), BLOWER
BLOWER AY, 33 URAI
CLAMP, V-INSERT
BOOM AY, TYPHOON 1
ENGINE AY
MANUAL, TYPHOON 1
BOX AY, GP REMOTE W/CABLE
KIT, TYPHOON 1 SERVICE (EXPORT ONLY)
ADJUSTABLE BOOM AY (OPTIONAL)
SEWER KIT, TYPHOON 1 (OPTIONAL)
KIT, REMOTE NOZZLE ATT (OPTIONAL)
KIT, RADAR, SYNCFLOW, G.P. (OPTIONAL)
CABLE AY., REMOTE BOX GP
3
2
4
5
1
8
6
7
ULV NOZZLE ASSEMBLY P/N 64630
ITEM #
1
QTY
1
P/N
64650
DESCRIPTION
TUBE, NOZZLE SPRAY
2
1
64647
BODY, NOZZLE
3
1
10100-153
O’RING, 3.693 OD
4
1
64649
DISC, NOZZLE, MACHINED
5
3
64643
SCREW, #10-24 x 3/8, SST
6
3
64642
SCREW, #6-32 x 3/8, SST
7
1
64651
FIN/NOZZLE CONE AY
8
1
422987
NUT, JAM 5/46-24
41
1.12
(REF.)
3
2
4
6
1
5
ENGINE SHAFT
BLOWER SHAFT
FLEXIBLE COUPLING ASSEMBLY
ITEM
1
QTY
1
P/N
63460-3
DESCRIPTION
BUSHING, 1˝ BORE
2
1
63458-1
FLANGE AY, OUTSIDE MOUNT
3
1
63458-2
INSERT, COUPLING
4
1
63458-4
FLANGE AY, INSIDE MOUNT
5
1
63460-2
BUSHING, 7/8˝ BORE
6
3
63438
BOLT, HEX ¼-20 x 1 ½
42
TO FLUSH TANK
TO FORMULATION TANK
TO INPUT PORT OF PUMP
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
3-Way Valve/Bracket AY. P/N 64639-1
(Diaphragm & FMI Pumps)
QTY
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
64619
BRACKET, VALVE MNTG
1
63686
LABEL, FLUSH
1
63685
LABEL, FORMULATION
1
444040
ELBOW, 1/4FP-1/4MP
1
62558-5
FILTER, LOW PROFILE
1
62554-4
ELBOW, 1/4FP-3/8T
1
62641-2
ELBOW, 1/4MP-1/4T
1
86196
VALVE, 3-WAY
1
62641-3
ELBOW, 1/4MP-3/8T
3-Way Valve/Bracket AY. P/N 64679
(Gear Pumping System)
QTY
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
62650
VALVE, 3-WAY SOLENOID
2
62641-2
ELBOW, 1/4MP-1/4T
1
63163
ADAPTOR, 1/4FP-1/4MP
1
444040
ELBOW, 1/4FP-1/4MP
1
62554-4
ELBOW, 1/4FP-3/8T
1
62558-5
FILTER, LOW PROFILE
1
64619
BRACKET, VALVE
2
121887
BOLT, ¼-20 x ¾ HEX
2
120380
WASKER, LOCK, ¼ SPLIT
2
120375
NUT, 1/7-20 HEX
1
62732
BRACKET, RETAINER
43
DETAIL
P/N 64004 FORMULATION TANK ASSEMBLY
ITEM
QTY
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
64002-1
TANK, 15 GAL
2
1
64077
CAP, LOCKABLE
3
1
63094
LABEL, FORMULATION
4
1
62574
FORMULATION STANDPIPE ASS’Y
4A
1
62573-2
CONNECTOR, MALE, MOD.
4B
1
62545
FORMULATION STANDPIPE
4C
2
62550-3
CONNECTOR, MALE, MOD.
4D
1
62553-3
CONNECTOR, UNION 3/8 T
5
1
64772
BUSHING, NL, 3/4 P – 3/8 P
44
P/N 63337-1 FLUSH TANK ASSEMBLY
ITEM
QTY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
P/N
63302-5
62592
62553-1
62550-1
63336-1
145463
114628
120395
21093
38099-1
62054-13
62346
DESCRIPTION
TANK, 1 GALLON FLUSH
LABEL, FLUSH
CONNECTOR, UNION ¼ TUBE
NUT, STEEL GRIPPER ¼ TUBE
STANDPIPE, FLUSH TANK
NUT, ¼ TUBE
SLEEVE, ¼ TUBE
WASHER, FLAT 7/16 REG.
NUT, HEX 7/16 REG
UNION, BULKHEAD
TUBING, .312 O.D. GRES
FILTER, PLASTIC PKUP
45
SAMPLE CONNECTIONS USING
STEEL & PLASTIC GRIPPER NUT
46
12.0
TROUBLE SHOOTING
SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Starter fails to crank engine.
a. Battery cable connections loose,
dirty, or damaged.
b. Dead battery
c. Defective starter switch
d. Starter defective
e. Blower locked up
a. Clean & tighten cable connections.
Replace a damaged cable
b. Replace or charge battery
c. Check starter button on engine
d. Replace starter
e. Inspect blower for rotation
2. Engine hard to start or stops
running
a. START-STOP switch on
engine in stop position or faulty
b. machine ON-OFF switch
located on remote box in
OFF position or faulty.
c. No fuel or contaminated fuel
d. Clogged fuel filter
e. Spark plugs faulty
f. Fuel pump on carburetor defective
a. Place switch in start position
3. Engine misses or runs
erratically
b. Place switch in ON position
or replace faulty switch
g. Terminals loose or wiring
defective
h. Spark plug wire disconnected
Add fuel or clean tank and refuel
Clean or replace fuel filter
Clean or replace plugs
Consult nearest Briggs service
Center
g. Tighten loose terminals, replace
defective wiring
h. Connect spark plug wire
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Spark plug faulty
Spark plug wire disconnected
Contaminated fuel
Clogged fuel filter
Carburetor mounting gasket leaks
f. Cylinder head gasket leaks
g. Carbon build-up beneath
cylinder head
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c.
d.
e.
f.
Clean or replace plugs
Connect spark plug wire
Replace fuel
Clean or replace
Tighten bolts, replace gasket if
necessary
f. Tighten cylinder head bolts.
g. See engine manual
12.0
TROUBLE SHOOTING
(continued)
SYMPTOMS
4. Engine knocks or develops noise
POSSIBLE CAUSE
a. Crankcase oil low
b. Spark arrestors clogged
c. Flywheel loose
5. Engine will not idle smoothly
CORRECTIVE ACTION
a. Fill oil to proper level, after oil
fill, if noise continues, consult nearest
Briggs service center.
b. Clean or replace
c. Consult nearest Briggs service center
a. Carburetor dirty or out
of adjustment
b. Springs on speed control
lever fell off
a. Clean or adjust carburetor
6. Engine overheats
a.
b.
c.
d.
a.
b.
c.
d.
7. Engine backfires
a. Gasoline mixture too lean
b. Defective spark plugs
c. Inlet value sticking
a. Adjust carburetor
b. Clean, adjust, or replace
c. Free, clean and adjust valve
8. Engine Compression low
a. Valve clearance improper
b. Defective cylinder head
a. Adjust valve
b. Consult nearest Briggs service
center
c. Consult nearest Briggs service
center
d. Tighten head bolts or replace bolts
Crankcase oil low
Air shroud clogged
Exhaust restricted
Spark arrester clogged
c. Defective valves or piston
d. Cylinder head gasket leaks
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b. Replace springs
Add oil to proper levels
Clean or replace air shroud
Replace muffler
Clean or replace
12.0
TROUBLE SHOOTING
(continued)
SYMPTOMS
9. Engine does not deliver full power
POSSIBLE CAUSE
a. Carburetor choke valve
partly closed
b. Air cleaner dirty
c. Carburetor defective
d. Exhaust restricted
e. Spark arrester clogged
f. Rotary blower air inlet
filter restricting air inlet
CORRECTIVE ACTION
a. Adjust choke
b. Service air cleaner
c. Clean, adjust or replace
d. Replace muffler
e. Clean or replace
f. Inspect filter
10. Engine stops suddenly
a. Ignition switch faulty
b. Fuel system has dirt, water
or gum
c. Defective choke on linkage
d. Carburetor defective
e. Rotary blower locked up
f. Fuel pump defective
g. Faulty wiring
a. Replace ignition switch
b. Clean fuel tank, link & check
fuel filter
c. Inspect choke linkage wire
d. Clean or replace
e. Inspect rotary blower for rotation
f. Clean or replace
g. Tighten loose terminal, replace
defective wiring
11. Blower will not operate
while engine is running
a. Defective coupling
a. Check coupling, tighten flange
screws as specified.
b. Gears in blower damaged
b. Consult factory
a. Rotors, gears, or bearings
defective
a. Consult factory
12. Blower makes excessive noise
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13.0
CONVERSION TABLES
TO CONVERT
TO
MULTPLY BY
MILLIMETERS........................INCHES......................….
.03937
CENTIMETERS.......................INCHES.......................…
.3937
METERS.......................……....FEET..........…................
3.281
SQUARE METERS..........……SQUARE FEET.............
10.764
SQUARE METERS.................ACRES...................…..
.000247
CUBIC METERS.............……CUBIC FEET....…..... ......
35.31
GRAMS......................……….OUNCES(FLUID).…….....…
035
MILLILITERS....................…..OUNCES..............…........
.0338
LITERS...........................……GALLONS..…….................
.264
KILOGRAMS...................……POUNDS............……......
2.204
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