Translation of the Original Operating Manual Piston Pumps Flow

Translation of the Original
Operating Manual
Version 01/2013
Piston Pumps
Flow Rate 15 cm3
II 2G IIB c T3 X
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OPERATING MANUAL
Contents
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
ABOUT THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Preface
Warnings, Notices and Symbols in these Instructions
Languages
Abbreviations in the Text
5
5
5
6
6
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
CORRECT USE
Device Types
Type of Use
Use in an Explosion Hazard Area
Safety Parameters
Processible Materials
Reasonably Foreseeable Misuse
Residual Risks
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3.1
3.2
IDENTIFICATION
Explosion Protection Identification
Identification X
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4
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.2.6
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety Instructions for the Operator
Electrical Equipment
Personnel Qualifications
Safe Work Environment
Safety Instructions for Staff
Safe Handling of WAGNER Spray Devices
Grounding the Device
Material Hoses
Cleaning
Handling Hazardous Liquids, Varnishes and Paints
Touching Hot Surfaces
Use in Areas Subject to Explosion Hazards
Safety Regulations
Operation without Fluid
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5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
DESCRIPTION
Field of Application
Correct Use
Processible Materials
Scope of Delivery
Data
Materials of Wetted Parts
Technical Data
Measurements and Connections
Performance Diagrams
Function
Pump
Pressure Regulator Unit
Safety and Motor Pressure Relief Valve
Return Valve
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.5.1
6.5.2
6.5.3
ASSEMBLY AND COMMISSIONING
Transportation
Storage
Assembling the Pump
Grounding
Commissioning
Safety Instructions
Filling with Separating Fluid
Basic Cleaning
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25
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28
30
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7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.3
OPERATION
Filling with Working Material
Work
Spraying
Pressure Relief / Work Interruption
Decommissioning and Cleaning
Long-term Storage
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34
35
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TROUBLE SHOOTING AND RECTIFICATION
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9.1
9.2
MAINTENANCE
High-pressure Hoses
Decommisioning
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39
39
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ACCESSORIES
40
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11.1
11.2
11.3
11.3.1
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
SPARE PARTS
How Can Spare Parts Be Ordered?
Overview of Components
Air Motor
Reversing Valve
Fluid Section 15
Air Regulator Set for EvoMotion 40-15
Air Regulator Set for AirCoat Air
Trolley, 4"
4-Wheel Trolley
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50
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12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
WARRANTY AND CONFORMITY DECLARATIONS
Important Notes Regarding Product Liability
Warranty Claim
CE Declaration of Conformity
Reference to German Regulations and Guidelines
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ABOUT THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1.1
PREFACE
The operating manual contains information about safely operating, maintaining, cleaning
and repairing the device.
The operating manual is part of the device and must be available to operating and service
staff.
Operating and service personnel should be instructed according to the safety instructions.
The device may only be operated in compliance with this operating manual.
This equipment can be dangerous if it is not operated according to the definitions in this
operating manual.
1.2
WARNINGS, NOTICES AND SYMBOLS IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Warning instructions in this operating manual highlight particular dangers to users and
device and state measures for avoiding the hazard. These warning instructions fall into the
following categories:
DANGER
This information warns you of a hazard!
Danger - immediate risk of danger.
Possible consequences of not observing the warning instructions.
The signal word indicates the hazard level.
Non-observance will result in death or serious injury.
The measures
consequences.
Warning - possible imminent danger.
Non-observance may result in death or serious injury.
the
hazard
and
its
WARNING
for
preventing
the
hazard
and
its
CAUTION
This information warns you of a hazard!
Possible consequences of not observing the warning instructions.
The signal word indicates the hazard level.
The measures
consequences.
Notice - a possibly hazardous situation.
Non-observance may result in material damage.
preventing
This information warns you of a hazard!
Possible consequences of not observing the warning instructions.
The signal word indicates the hazard level.
The measures
consequences.
Caution - a possibly hazardous situation.
Non-observance may result in minor injury.
for
for
preventing
the
hazard
and
its
NOTICE
This information warns you of a hazard!
Possible consequences of not observing the warning instructions. The signal word
indicates the hazard level.
The measures for preventing the hazard and its consequences.
Note - provides information about particular characteristics and how to proceed.
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LANGUAGES
The operating manual is available in the following languages:
Language
Order No.
Language
German
2333557
English
French
2333559
Spanish
Italian
2333560
1.4
Order No.
2333558
2333561
ABBREVIATIONS IN THE TEXT
Order No.
No.
Number of pieces
Position
Marking in the spare parts lists
Order number
Number
Double stroke
Stainless steel
Two components
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CORRECT USE
2.1
DEVICE TYPES
Pneumatic pump with spraypack
40-15
2.2
TYPE OF USE
The device is suitable for processing liquid materials like paints and varnishes in accordance
with the classification into explosion classes IIA or IIB.
2.3
USE IN AN EXPLOSION HAZARD AREA
The pneumatic pump can be employed in explosion hazard zones (Zone 1).
2.4
SAFETY PARAMETERS
WAGNER accepts no liability for any damage arising from incorrect use.
Use the device only to work with the materials recommended by WAGNER.
Only operate the device as a whole.
Do not deactivate safety fixtures.
Use only WAGNER original spare parts and accessories.
The pneumatic pump may only be operated under the following conditions:
The operating staff must be trained on the basis of this operating manual.
The safety regulations listed in this operating manual must be observed.
The operating, maintenance and repair information in this operating manual must
be observed.
The statutory requirements and accident prevention regulation standards in the
country of use must be observed.
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PROCESSIBLE MATERIALS
Fluid materials like paints and varnishes.
NOTICE
Abrasive materials and pigments!
Greater wear of parts carrying the material.
Use the application-oriented model (flow rate/cycle, material, valves, etc.) as
indicated in Chapter 5.3.2.
Check if the fluids and solvents used are compatible with the pump construction
materials as indicated in Chapter 5.3.1.
2.6
REASONABLY FORESEEABLE MISUSE
The following is prohibited:
coating work pieces which are not grounded,
unauthorized conversions and modifications to the pneumatic pump,
processing dry or similar coating materials, and
using defective components, spare parts or accessories other than those described in
Chapter 10 of this operating manual.
The forms of misuse listed below may result in health issues and/or equipment damage:
use of powder as coating material and
incorrectly set values for processing.
Wagner pneumatic pumps are not designed for pumping food.
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RESIDUAL RISKS
Residual risks are risks which cannot be excluded even in the event of correct use.
If necessary, warning and prohibition signs at the relevant points of risk indicate residual
risks.
Residual risk
Source
Consequences
Skin contact with
Handling of paints Skin irritations,
paints and cleaning and cleaning agents
agents
allergies
Paint in air outside Painting outside the Inhalation of
substances which
the defined working defined working
area
are hazardous to
area
health
Specific measures Lifecycle phase
Wear protective
Operation,
clothing,
observe safety data maintenance,
sheets
disassembly
Observe working
Operation,
and operating
instructions
maintenance
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IDENTIFICATION
3.1
EXPLOSION PROTECTION IDENTIFICATION
As defined in the Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX 95), the device is suitable for use in areas where
there is an explosion hazard.
European Communities
Symbol for explosion protection
Device class II
Category 2 (Zone 1)
Ex-atmosphere gas
Explosion group
Constructional security
Temperature class: maximum surface temperature < 200 °C; 392 °F
Special Notes (see Chapter 3.2)
3.2
IDENTIFICATION X
Maximum surface temperature
The maximum surface temperature of the piston pump can be reached if it runs dry.
Ensure that the piston pump is filled with sufficient working or flushing agent.
Ensure that the separating fluid container is filled with sufficient separating fluid.
Ignition temperature of the coating material
Ensure that the ignition temperature of the coating material is above the maximum
surface temperature.
Ambient temperature
The permissible ambient temperature is: +5 °C to +60 °C; +41 °C to 140 °F.
Medium supporting atomizing
To atomize the material, use only weakly oxidizing gases, e.g. air.
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
4.1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE OPERATOR
Keep this operating manual at hand near the device at all times.
Always follow local regulations concerning occupational safety and accident
prevention.
4.1.1
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
Electrical devices and equipment
To be provided in accordance with the local safety requirements with regard to the
operating mode and ambient influences.
May only be maintained by skilled electricians or under their supervision.
Must be operated in accordance with the safety regulations and electrotechnical
regulations.
Must be repaired immediately in the event of problems.
Must be decommissioned if they pose a hazard.
Must be de-energized before work is commenced on active parts. Inform staff about
planned work. Observe electrical safety regulations.
4.1.2
PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS
Ensure that the device is operated and repaired only by trained persons.
4.1.3
SAFE WORK ENVIRONMENT
Ensure that the floor in the working area is electrically conductive in accordance with
EN 61340-4-1 (Resistance must not exceed 100 MOhm).
Ensure that all persons within the working area wear electrostatically conductive
shoes. Footwear must comply with EN 20344. The measured insulation resistance may
not exceed 100 MOhm.
Ensure that during spraying, persons wear electrically conductive gloves. The
grounding takes place via the spray gun handle.
If protective clothing is worn, including gloves, it has to comply with EN 1149-5. The
measured insulation resistance may not exceed 100 MOhm.
Paint mist extraction systems must be fitted on site according to local regulations.
Ensure that the following components of a safe working environment are available:
– Material/air hoses adapted to the working pressure.
– Personal safety equipment (breathing and skin protection).
Ensure that there are no ignition sources such as naked flames, sparks, glowing wires
or hot surfaces in the vicinity. Do not smoke.
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4.2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR STAFF
Always follow the information in these instructions, particularly the general safety
instructions and the warning instructions.
Always follow local regulations concerning occupational safety and accident
prevention.
4.2.1
SAFE HANDLING OF WAGNER SPRAY DEVICES
The spray jet is under pressure and can cause dangerous injuries.
Avoid injection of paint or cleaning agents:
Never point the spray gun at people.
Never reach into the spray jet.
Before all work on the device, in the event of work interruptions and functional faults:
– Switch off the energy/compressed air supply.
– Relieve the pressure from the spray gun and device.
– Secure the spray gun against actuation.
In the event of functional faults: remedy the fault as described in the "Trouble Shooting"
chapter.
The liquid emitters are to be checked for safe working conditions by an expert
(e.g. Wagner Service Technician) as often as necessary or at least every 12 months,
in accordance with the guidelines for liquid emitters (ZH 1/406 and BGR 500 Part 2
Chapter 2.36).
– For shut down devices, the examination can be suspended until the next start-up.
Carry out the work steps as described in the "Pressure Relief / Work Interruptions"
chapter:
– if pressure relief is required.
– if the spraying work is interrupted or stopped.
– before the device is cleaned on the outside, checked or serviced.
– before the spray nozzle is installed or cleaned.
In the event of skin injuries caused by paint or cleaning agents:
Note down the paint or cleaning agent that you have been using.
Consult a doctor immediately.
Avoid danger of injury through recoil forces:
Ensure that you have firm footing when operating the spray gun.
Only hold the spray gun briefly in a position.
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4.2.2
GROUNDING THE DEVICE
In order to avoid electrostatic charging of the device, the device must be grounded.
Friction, flowing liquids and air or electrostatic coating processes create charges. Flames
or sparks can form during discharge.
Ensure that the device is grounded for every spraying operation.
Ground the work pieces to be coated.
Ensure that all persons inside the working area are grounded, e.g. that they are wearing
electrostatically conductive shoes.
Wear electrostatically conductive gloves when spraying. The grounding takes place via
the spray gun handle.
4.2.3
MATERIAL HOSES
Ensure that the hose material is chemically resistant to the sprayed materials.
Ensure that the material hose is suitable for the pressure generated in the device.
Ensure that the following information can be seen on the high pressure hose:
– Manufacturer
– Permissible operating overpressure
– Date of manufacture
Make sure that the hoses are laid only in suitable places. In no case, should hoses be laid
in the following places:
– in high traffic areas,
– on sharp edges,
– on moving parts or
– on hot surfaces.
Make sure that the hoses are never used to pull or move the equipment.
The electrical resistance of the complete high pressure hose must be less than 1 MOhm.
Several liquids have a high expansion coefficient. In some cases their volume can rise with
consequent damage to pipes, fittings, etc. and cause fluid leakage.
When the pump sucks liquid from a closed container, ensure that air or suitable gas can
enter the container to avoid a vacuum being generated in the container itself. Thus a
negative pressure is avoided. The vacuum could implode the container (squeeze) and can
cause it to break. The container would leak and the liquid would flow out.
The pressure created by the pump is a multiplication of the inlet air pressure.
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CLEANING
De-energize the device electrically.
Disconnect the pneumatic supply line.
Relieve the pressure from the device.
Ensure that the flash point of the cleaning agent is at least 5 K above the ambient
temperature.
To clean, use cloths and brushes moistened with solvent. Never use hard objects or
spray on cleaning agents with a gun.
Preferably, non-combustible cleaning agents should be used.
An explosive gas/air mixture forms in closed containers.
When cleaning devices with solvents, never spray into a closed container.
Only use electrically conductive containers for cleaning liquids.
The containers must be grounded.
4.2.5
HANDLING HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS, VARNISHES AND PAINTS
When preparing or working with paint and when cleaning the device, follow the
working instructions of the manufacturer of the paints, solvents and cleaning agents
being used.
Take the specified protective measures. In particular, wear safety goggles, protective
clothing and gloves, as well as hand protection cream if necessary.
Use a mask or a breathing apparatus if necessary.
For sufficient health and environmental safety: Operate the device in a spray booth or
on a spraying wall with the ventilation (extraction) switched on.
Wear suitable protective clothing when working with hot materials.
4.2.6
TOUCHING HOT SURFACES
Touch hot surfaces only if you are wearing protective gloves.
When operating the device with a coating material with a temperature of > 43 °C;109.4 °F:
- Identify the device with a warning sticker "Warning - hot surface".
Order No.
9998910
Instruction sticker
9998911
Protection sticker
Note: Order the two stickers together.
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4.3
USE IN AREAS SUBJECT TO EXPLOSION HAZARDS
The pneumatic pump may be used in areas subject to explosion hazards. The following
safety regulations must be observed and followed.
4.3.1
SAFETY REGULATIONS
Safe handling of WAGNER spray devices
Mechanical sparks can form if the device comes into contact with metal.
In an explosive atmosphere:
Do not knock or push the device against steel or rusty iron.
Do not drop the device.
Use only tools that are made of a permitted material.
Ignition temperature of the pumped material
Check that the ignition temperature of the pumped material is higher than the max.
allowable surface temperature.
Medium supporting atomizing
To atomize the material, use only weakly oxidizing gases, e.g. air.
Surface spraying, electrostatic
Do not spray system parts with electrostatic.
Cleaning
If there are deposits on the surfaces, the device may form electrostatic charges. Flames or
sparks can form during discharge.
Remove deposits from the surfaces to maintain conductivity.
Use only a damp cloth to clean the device.
4.3.2
OPERATION WITHOUT FLUID
Avoid running the pump sucking air, without fluid inside. The air, combined with the vapor
of flammable fluids, can generate internal areas with an explosion hazard.
Periodically check that the pump is working regularly, paying special attention to the
presence of air in the pumped fluid, which may be caused by damaged packings.
Avoid operating the pump with damaged packing.
Ensure that the separating fluid container is filled with sufficient separating fluid.
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DESCRIPTION
5.1
FIELD OF APPLICATION
5.1.1
CORRECT USE
The pneumatic piston pump is suitable for conveying and processing (AirCoat technique)
liquid materials in accordance with Chapter 5.1.2.
5.1.2
PROCESSIBLE MATERIALS
Application
Water-based materials
Solvent-based materials
Low viscosity (<40 sec. DIN No. 4)
Medium viscosity (40 to 60 sec. DIN No. 4)
High viscosity ( >60 sec. DIN No. 4)
UV - sensitive materials
Shear sensitive materials
Humidity sensitive materials
Legend
recommended
limited suitability
less suitable
NOTICE
Abrasive materials and pigments!
Greater wear of the material transporting parts.
Use suitable combinations of devices (packings, valves etc.)
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SCOPE OF DELIVERY
Pneumatic piston pump consisting of:
- Fluid section
- Air motor
- Connection elements
Separating fluid 250 ml
Declaration of conformity
Operating manual, German
Operating manual in the local language
Order No.: 9992504
see Chapter 12
Order No.: 2333557
see Chapter 1
The delivery note shows the exact scope of delivery.
Accessories: see Chapter 10.
5.3 DATA
5.3.1 MATERIALS OF WETTED PARTS
Pump housing
Piston
Valve balls
Valve seats
Static seals
Packings
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
PTFE
PE / T
= Ultra high molecular weight polyethylene
Teflon (PTFE)
5.3.2
TECHNICAL DATA
Description
Pump ratio
Volume flow per double stroke (DH)
Maximum operating pressure
Maximum possible strokes in operation
Minimum / maximum air inlet pressure
Ø air inlet connection (inside thread)
Minimum Ø of the compressed air supply line
Air consumption at 0.6 MPa; 6 bar; 87 psi
per double stroke
Units
40:1
15
25.0
250
3626
60
0.2-0.8
2-8
28-116
8.0
0.31
9.0
0.35
3.9
0.14
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Air motor piston diameter
Units
80
3.15
60
2.4
Air motor piston stroke
Sound pressure level at maximum permissible air
pressure*
72
Sound pressure level at 0.6 MPa; 6 bar; 87 psi air
pressure*
69
Sound pressure level at 0.4 MPa; 4 bar; 58 psi air
pressure*
65
Material inlet (outside thread)
M36x2
Material outlet (outside thread)
Weight
Material pH value
Maximum material pressure at pump inlet
Material temperature
Ambient temperature
Allowable inclination for operation
*
pH
NPS 1/4"
9
19.8
3.5 ÷ 9
2
20
90
+5 ÷ +80
(+41 ÷ +176)
+5 ÷ +60
(+41 ÷ +140)
± 10
A rated sound pressure level measured at 1 m distance, LpA1m, according to
DIN EN 14462: 2005.
WARNING
Outgoing air containing oil!
Risk of poisoning if inhaled.
Air motor switching problems.
Provide compressed air free from oil and water
(Quality Standard 5.5.4 according to ISO 8573.1)
5.5.4 = 40 μm / +7 / 5 mg/m³.
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MEASUREMENTS AND CONNECTIONS
A
B
C
D
E
F1
F2
G
H1
H2
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
B
H1
A
L
H2
K
4.09
4.27
24.45
10.89
5.28
G 1/4"
NPS 1/4"
M36x2
G 1/4"
8
210
207
86
7
182
80
106
96.5
ø9
ø7
149
ø 25
0.31
8.27
8.15
3.39
0.28
7.17
3.15
4.17
3.8
ø 0.35
ø 0.28
5.87
ø1
I
E
J
104
108.5
621
276.5
134
F1
F2
Wall mount
S
T
C
N
Q
O
D
R
G
M
M/
2
P
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PERFORMANCE DIAGRAMS
Example
Stroke frequency
/min
Air consumption nl/min <scfm>
B
AR
BAR
Material pressure bar (MPa) psi
AR
B
BAR
AR
B
BAR
"?
Water delivery rate l/min <gpm>
Diagram EvoMotion 40-15
Stroke frequency
bar (MPa)
/min
nl/min
<psi>
<scfm>
300 (30)
0
<4350>
10
20
30
40
50
60
<11>
A
A
240 (24)
240
<8>
<3480>
180
180 (18)
<6>
<2610>
C
C
120 (12)
120
<4>
<1740>
60 (6)
60
<870>
<2>
0
0
C_00054
0.15
0.30
0.45
0.60
<0.04>
<0.08>
<0.12>
<0.16>
0.75
Air consumption
B
B
Material pressure
300
0
0.90 l/min
<0.20> <0.24> <gpm>
Material flow - water
A = 8 bar; 0.8 MPa; 116 psi air pressure
B = 6 bar; 0.6 MPa; 87 psi air pressure
C = 4 bar; 0.4 MPa; 58 psi air pressure
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5.4 FUNCTION
5.4.1 PUMP
1
11
2
Air motor
Air inlet
Mounting flange
8
Separating fluid
3
container
5 Material outlet
4
9
6 Fluid section
8
7 Material inlet
10 13
8 Grounding connection
12
6
9 Reversing valve
5
10 Safety valve
14
(air motor ventilation)
11 Air pressure regulator
12 Ball valve
B_04121
13 Air outlet to the reversing
valve
7
7
14 Air inlet into the reversing
valve
Function principle
The piston pump is driven with compressed air (11). This compressed air moves the air
piston up and down in the air motor (1) and it also moves the associated pump piston up
and down in the fluid section (6). At the end of each stroke, the compressed air is redirected
by a reversing valve (9).
The working material is sucked up during the upwards stroke and is continuously conveyed
towards the material outlet (5) in both stroke directions.
1
2
3
4
Air motor
The air motor (1) with its pneumatic reverse (9) does not require pneumatic oil.
The compressed air is fed to the motor via an air regulator (11) and the ball valve (12).
The air motor is to be equipped with a safety valve (10) in accordance with Chapter 5.4.3.
The safety valve (10) has been set and sealed at the factory. In case of pressures over
and above the permissible operating pressure, the valve, which is held with a spring,
automatically opens and releases the excess pressure.
WARNING
Overpressure!
Risk of injury from bursting components.
Never change the safety valve setting.
Fluid section (6)
The fluid section has been designed as a piston pump with exchangeable ball valves. The
pump piston runs in two fixed packings which are self-adjusting by means of a pressure
spring, thus resulting in a long service life.
Between the air motor and the fluid section there is a separating fluid cup (4) for holding
the separating fluid.
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5.4.2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PRESSURE REGULATOR UNIT
Pressure regulator
Ball valve
Pressure gauge (air inlet pressure)
Pressure gauge for AirCoat air (option)
Compressed air inlet
Pressure regulator AirCoat (option)
Safety and motor pressure relief valve
2
3
1
4
2
6
7
3 1
5
7
5
B_04122
Ball valve positions:
1
2
Open: working position
Closed: The air motor can still be
under pressure.
open
1
2
closed
B_04123
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5.4.3
SAFETY AND MOTOR PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
Safety valve
The safety valve (10) has been factory adjusted so as to ensure that if pressure exceeds the
permitted operating pressure, the valve, which is held with a spring, automatically opens
and releases the excess pressure.
As well as handling pressure limits, the valve is also used as a pressure relief valve for the
air motor.
10
Pressure relief of the air motor:
1
2
10
Close ball valve (2).
Pull back the ring on the safety
valve (10) and hold it there until
the pressure in the air motor has
been equalized.
2
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WARNING
Overpressure!
Risk of injury from bursting components.
Never change the safety valve setting.
5.4.4
RETURN VALVE
So that the complete pressure relief of the pump can be
performed (see Chapter 7.2.2), the installation of a return
valve is mandatory.
The suitable return valves (ball valves), return pipes and
hoses for the device can be found in the accessories list.
1
2
3
Material outlet
Return valve
Material return line
2
1
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ASSEMBLY AND COMMISSIONING
6.1
TRANSPORTATION
The pump can be moved on a trolley or manually without lifting equipment.
6.2
STORAGE
Store the pump in a closed and dry environment.
Thoroughly clean the pump, if a long-term decommissioning is planned.
When resuming pump operation, proceed as described in the following sections.
WARNING
Discharge of electrostatically charged components in atmospheres
containing solvents!
Explosion hazard from electrostatic sparks.
Clean the pump only with a damp cloth.
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6.3
ASSEMBLING THE PUMP
Note
This pump can be used as part of a spraying system for Airless
or AirCoat applications. Individual supplement components
for this pump can be found in the Wagner Accessories
Catalogue, or can be put together with the Spraypack
Configurator. The nozzles must be selected according to the
gun instructions. In the case of spraypack orders, the pumps
(1) are already pre-mounted on a trolley (6) or on a stand at
the factory.
Example:
Airless System
3
6
1
2
8
4
Procedure:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Mount pump (1) on stand, trolley (6) or wall mount.
Mount an AirCoat system with the pressure
regulator (7) and secure the thread at the air inlet to
the pump (1) with Loctite 270.
Mount suction system (5).
Mount the return valve (8) for pressure relief or
material circulation.
Mount return tube (4) or return hose.
Connect the high pressure hose (2) and gun (3) in
accordance with the gun operating manual.
5
B_04076
Example:
AirCoat System
7
3
1
6
2
8
4
5
B_04077
WARNING
Inclined ground!
Risk of accidents if the device rolls away/falls.
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6.4
GROUNDING
WARNING
Discharge of electrostatically charged components in atmospheres
containing solvents!
Explosion hazard from electrostatic sparks.
Clean the piston pump only with a damp cloth.
WARNING
Heavy paint mist if grounding is insufficient!
Danger of poisoning.
Insufficient paint application quality.
Ground all device components.
Ground the work pieces to be coated.
Grounding scheme (example)
Conveyor
Note for the sprayer
Safety shoes and gloves, if
used, must be electrostatically
conductive.
Work piece
Spraying stand
R max < 1 MΩ
Paint container
B_00304
Floor, electrostatically conductive
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Cable cross sections
Pump
Paint container
Conveyor
Spray booth
Spraying stand
Procedure:
1
2
3
4
Screw on grounding cable with eye.
Clamp the grounding cable clip to a grounding connection on site.
Ground the material (paint) container to an on-site grounding connection.
Ground the other parts of the system to an on-site grounding connection.
Grounding cable
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6.5 COMMISSIONING
6.5.1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Before carrying out any work, the following points must be observed in accordance with
the operating manual:
- Observe all safety regulations in accordance with Chapter 4.
- Carry out commissioning properly.
WARNING
High pressure spray jet!
Danger to life from injecting paint or solvent.
Never reach into the spray jet.
Never point the spray gun at people.
Consult a doctor immediately in the event of skin injuries caused
by paint or solvent. Inform the doctor about the paint or solvent
used.
Never seal defective high pressure parts, instead relieve the
pressure from them and replace them.
WARNING
Toxic and/or flammable vapor mixtures!
Risk of poisoning and burns
Operate the device in a spray booth approved for the working
materials.
-orOperate the device on an appropriate spraying wall with the
ventilation (extraction) switched on.
Observe national and local regulations for the outgoing air
speed.
WARNING
Gas mixtures can explode if there is an incompletely filled
pump!
Danger to life from flying parts.
Ensure that the pump and suction system are always completely
filled with flushing agent or working medium.
Do not spray the device empty after cleaning.
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Before every start-up, the following points should be observed as laid down in the
operating manual:
- Check the permissible pressures.
- Check all connections for leaks.
- Check hoses for damage.
It should be ensured that the device is in the following state before carrying out any work
on it:
- Interrupt the air supply (2).
- Depressurize the air motor (pull the ring on the safety valve (10)).
- Relieve the pressure from the fluid section.
10
closed
10
2
open
C_00157
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EMERGENCY STOP
In the case of unforeseen occurrences the
ball valve (2) should be closed immediately.
Open the safety valve (10) and relieve the
material-conveying parts completely of
pressure via the return valve (3).
2
3
B_04078
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6.5.2
FILLING WITH SEPARATING FLUID
NOTICE
Piston pump dry run!
High wear/damage to the packages.
Paint or solvent can escape if the seals are dry.
Ensure that the separating fluid container is filled with sufficient separating fluid.
Fill level 1 cm; 0.4 inch under the pot edge.
Pour the supplied separating fluid into the intended opening.
Filling level:
1 cm; 0.4 inch under the cup edge
Separating fluid:
See accessories.
Note
Maximum permissible inclination of pump for moving,
transportation etc. after filling it with separating fluid ± 30°.
The pump must be vertical during operation.
B_04130
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6.5.3
BASIC CLEANING
Before each basic flushing, the nozzle must be removed from the pistol. The data in the
gun's operating manual are to be observed.
With AirCoat systems, carry out the basic flushing of the system without atomizing air (8).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Place empty container (5) under return pipe (4).
Place suction hose (7) in the container with flushing agent (6).
Open return valve (3).
Slowly open the ball valve (2).
Adjust the air pressure on the pressure regulator (1) so that the pump runs smoothly.
Flush the system until clean flushing agent flows into the container (5).
Close ball valve (2).
Close return valve (3).
Point the gun (9), without nozzle, into container (5) and open it.
Slowly open the ball valve (2).
Flush until clean flushing agent flows from the gun.
Close ball valve (2).
Relieve the system pressure, either by opening the return valve (3) or via the trigger
on the gun (9).
14 When there is no pressure remaining in the system, close the gun (9) or the return
valve (3).
15 Secure the gun.
16 Dispose of the contents of the container (5) according to the local regulations.
closed
1
8
2
open
7
3
4
6
9
5
B_04079
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7.1
OPERATION
FILLING WITH WORKING MATERIAL
Note:
Before each filling, the nozzle must be removed from the pistol. The data in the gun's
operating manual are to be observed.
In case of AirCoat systems, carry out the filling of the system without atomizing air (8).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Place empty container (5) under return pipe (4).
Place suction hose (7) in the container with working material (6).
Open return valve (3).
Slowly open the ball valve (2).
Adjust the air pressure on the pressure regulator (1) so that the pump runs smoothly.
Spray until clean working material flows into the container (5).
Close ball valve (2).
Close return valve (3).
Point the gun (9), without nozzle, into container (5) and open it.
Slowly open the ball valve (2).
Spray until clean working material flows from the gun (9).
Close ball valve (2).
Relieve the system pressure, either by opening the return valve (3) or via the trigger
on the gun (9).
14 When there is no pressure remaining in the system, close the gun (9) or the return
valve (3).
15 Secure the gun.
16 Dispose of the contents of the container (5) according to the local regulations.
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WORK
7.2.1
SPRAYING
System example for
the AirCoat procedure
closed
8
1
2
open
9
7
3
4
6
5
B_04080
1
2
3
4
5
6
Secure the gun and insert the nozzle into the gun.
Close return valve (3).
Slowly open the ball valve (2).
Set required working pressure on the pressure regulator (1).
Optimize the spraying results according to the data in the gun operating manual.
Start work process.
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7.2.2
PRESSURE RELIEF / WORK INTERRUPTION
Pressure relief of the material
1 Close the spray gun.
2 Close ball valve (2).
3 Relieve the system pressure, either by opening the gun or by opening the return
valve (3).
4 Close and secure gun.
5 Open and close the return valve (3) to completely depressurize the system.
Pressure relief of the air (in case of longer work interruptions)
1 Carry out pressure relief of the material (as mentioned above).
2 Ensure that the ball valve (2) is closed.
3 Pull back the ring on the safety valve (10) and hold it there until the pressure in the
air motor has been equalized.
10
10
2
B_04124
If the system has been used with 2-component materials:
NOTICE
Hardened material in the spraying system when 2-component material is
processed!
Destruction of pump and injection system.
Follow the manufacturer‘s processing rules, particularly regarding the pot life.
Flush thoroughly before the end of the pot life.
The pot life is decreased by warmth.
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7.2.3
DECOMMISSIONING AND CLEANING
Note
The device should be cleaned for maintenance purposes. Ensure that no remaining
material dries and sticks.
Procedure:
1 Carry out pressure relief of the material and air -> Chapter 7.2.2.
2 Basic cleaning -> carry out the steps in Chapter 6.5.3.
3 Maintain the gun according to the operating manual.
4 Clean and check the suction system and the suction filter.
5 Clean the outside of the system.
WARNING
Brittle filter pressure regulator!
The container on the filter pressure regulator becomes brittle
through contact with solvents and can burst.
Flying parts can cause injury.
Do not clean the container on the filter pressure regulator with
solvent.
6 Put the whole system back together.
7 Check the level of the separating fluid -> Chapter 6.5.2.
8 Fill the system with flushing agent according to Chapter 5.2.4 "Filling with Working
Material".
WARNING
Gas mixtures can explode if there is an incompletely filled
pump!
Danger to life from flying parts.
Ensure that the pump and suction system are always completely
filled with flushing agent or working medium.
Do not spray the device empty after cleaning.
7.3
LONG-TERM STORAGE
When storing the device for longer periods of time, it is necessary to thoroughly clean it
and protect it from corrosion. Replace the water or solvent in the material pump with a
suitable preservative, fill separating fluid cup with separating fluid.
Procedure:
1 Chapter 7.2.3 "Decommissioning and Cleaning", perform points 1 to 7.
2 Flushing with preserving agent according to Chapter 6.5.3.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING AND RECTIFICATION
Problem
Pump does not work.
Cause
Air motor does not work or stops.
No pressure indication on the
pressure gauge (pressure regulator
defective).
Spray nozzle is clogged.
Insufficient compressed air supply.
Filter insert in spray gun is clogged.
Fluid section or high pressure hose
are blocked (e.g., two-component
material hardened).
Sometimes, the pump stops at a
switching point.
Poor spray pattern.
Irregular pump
operation: spray jet
collapses (pulsation).
See gun instructions.
Viscosity is too high.
Spraying pressure is too low.
Valves are clogged.
Foreign body in suction valve.
Diameter of compressed air line too
small.
Valves, packings or pistons are worn
out.
Pressure regulator filter is clogged.
The pump runs evenly, The suction system's union nut is
does not however,
loose; the pump is taking in air.
suck up material.
Suction filter is clogged.
Ball in suction or piston valve is stuck.
Pump runs when the
Packings, valves or pistons are worn
gun is closed.
out.
Air motor is iced up.
There is a lot of condensation water
in the air supply.
Remedy
Open and close ball valve on the pressure
regulator unit or briefly disconnect
compressed air supply.
Disconnect compressed air supply briefly or
repair or replace pressure regulator.
Clean the nozzle according to the
instructions.
Check compressed air supply.
Clean the parts and use a suitable working
material.
Dismount and clean fluid section, replace
high pressure hose.
Press the starter on the reversing valve and
restart the pump.
Clean the slide on the reversing valve
carefully and if necessary lubricate it with a
light layer of oil.
Thin spraying material.
Increase incoming air pressure.
Use a smaller nozzle.
Clean pump, if necessary leave it to soak in
cleaning agent.
Dismount suction valve housing, clean and
check valve seat.
Assemble a larger incoming line
-> Technical Data, Chapter 5.3.2.
Replace the parts.
Check filter and clean it if necessary.
Tighten union nut.
Clean filter.
Clean balls and valve seats.
Replace the parts.
Install a water separator.
If none of the causes of malfunction mentioned are present, the defect can be remedied by a WAGNER Service
Center.
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Incorrect maintenance/repair!
Danger to life and equipment damage.
Only a WAGNER service center or a suitably trained person may
carry out repairs and replace parts.
Only repair and replace parts that are listed in the "Spare Parts"
chapter and that are assigned to the device.
Before all work on the device and in the event of work
interruptions:
- Disconnect the control unit from the mains.
- Relieve the pressure from the spray gun and device.
- Secure the spray gun against actuation.
Always follow the operating and service instructions at all times
when carrying out work.
1
2
3
4
Check the level of separating fluid in the separating fluid cup every day, and top up
if necessary.
Check and clean the high pressure filter every day or as required (if available).
Every decommissioning should be carried out as laid down in Chapter 7.2.3!
Check hoses, pipes and couplings every day and replace if necessary.
In accordance with the guideline for liquid emitters (ZH 1/406 and BGR 500 Part 2
Chapter 2.36):
- The liquid emitters should be checked by an expert (e.g. Wagner service technician)
for their safe working conditions as required and at least every 12 months.
- For shut down devices, the examination can be suspended until the next start-up.
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9.1
HIGH-PRESSURE HOSES
The service life of the fluid hoses is, even with appropriate handling, reduced due to
environmental influences.
Check hoses, pipes and couplings every day and replace if necessary.
As a precaution fluid hoses should be replaced after a period specified by the plant
operator.
DANGER
Bursting hose, bursting threaded joints!
Danger to life from injection of material.
Ensure that the hose material is chemically resistant to the
sprayed materials.
Ensure that the spray gun, threaded joints and material hose
between the device and the spray gun are suitable for the
pressure generated in the device.
Ensure that the following information can be seen on the high
pressure hose:
- Manufacturer
- Permissible operating pressure
- Date of manufacture
9.2
DECOMMISIONING
When the equipment must be scrapped, please differentiate the disposal of the waste
materials.
The following materials have been used:
Steel
Aluminum
Elastomerics
Plastics
Carbide
The consumable materials (paints, adhesives, sealers, solvents) must be disposed of
according to the valid specific standards.
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10 ACCESSORIES
EvoMotion 40-15 accessories
1
2
3
4
5
Order No.
2329450
T6145.00A
236219
9992504
9992505
Designation
EvoMotion 40-15 PE/T
AirCoat regulator set
Grounding cable, complete 3 m; 9.8 ft
Separating fluid 250 ml
Separating fluid 500 ml
Material outlet accessories
11
12
13
14
Order No.
2334488
2334472
2331752
2329046
Designation
Ball valve R1/4"-G1/4"-PN350-SSt
Ball valve R1/4"-G1/4"-PN350-CS
Return pipe DN6-G1/4"-100mm-PA
Return hose DN6-PN310-G1/4"-PA
Material inlet accessories
Order No.
15
2324158
16
2324110
17
2323225
2332169
18
19
2323396
Wearing part
Designation
Suction pipe DN16-SSt, complete
Flex suction hose DN16-SSt, complete
Suction elbow for top reservoir SSt
Top reservoir set, 5 l for piston pump
Suction filter DN16-18mesh-SSt
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x
2
x
1
11
4/5
12
13
14
18
15
16
17
19
B_04081
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Trolley, rack and wall bracket accessories
21
22
23
24
Order No.
2332143
2332374
T6196.00
2325901
Designation
Wall mount, 4", complete
4-leg stand
Trolley, 4 wheels
Trolley, 4", complete
21
22
23
24
B_04113
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11 SPARE PARTS
11.1
HOW CAN SPARE PARTS BE ORDERED?
Always supply the following information to ensure delivery of the right spare part:
Order number, designation and quantity
The quantity need not be the same as the number given in the quantity column " "
on the list. This number merely indicates how many of the respective parts are used in
each module.
The following information is also required to ensure smooth processing of your order:
- Address for the invoice
- Address for delivery
- Name of the person to be contacted in the event of any queries
- Type of delivery (normal mail, express delivery, air freight, courier etc.)
Identification in spare parts lists
Explanation of column "K" (labeling) in the following spare parts lists:
Wearing parts
Note: No liability is assumed for wearing parts.
Not part of standard equipment, available, however, as additional extra.
WARNING
Incorrect maintenance/repair!
Risk of injury and damage to the device.
Have repairs and part replacements be carried out only by
specially trained staff or a WAGNER service center.
Before all work on the device and in the event of work
interruptions:
- Switch off the energy/compressed air supply.
- Relieve the pressure from the spray gun and device.
- Secure the spray gun against actuation.
Always follow the operating and service instructions at all times
when carrying out work.
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OVERVIEW OF COMPONENTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
4
3
3
1
1
Order No.
2329450
2329635
U3B08018060
A359.71A
E516.71A
9900353
2332394
9920106
9900330
3055157
H115.62
T6140.00A
9998253
Designation
EvoMotion 40-15 PE/T
Fluid section 15 PE/T EM
Air motor M80 EM
Spacer
Safety fixture spacer
Hexagon socket cylinder head screw
Holder plate
Washer
Hexagon socket cylinder head screw
Hexagon nut with clamp
Tie rod
Pump air regulator set
Screwing in angle 8-1/4
13
3
12
7
20 Nm; 14.7 lbft
8
9
4
1
6
5
11
2
10
30 Nm; 22.1 lbft
B_04135
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AIR MOTOR
WARNING
Incorrect maintenance/repair!
Risk of injury and damage to the device.
Have repairs and part replacements be carried out only by
specially trained staff or a WAGNER service center.
Before all work on the device and in the event of work
interruptions:
- Switch off the energy/compressed air supply.
- Relieve the pressure from the spray gun and device.
- Secure the spray gun against actuation.
Always follow the operating and service instructions at all times
when carrying out work.
Air motor spare parts list EM M80
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Order No.
U3B08018060
F132.91C
L108.06
D608.81
3055157
9920106
G903.06
L413.06
A164.01
L802.08
L110.06
D404.12
L109.06
A408.12
T616.00C
P498.00KNE
Designation
Air motor EM M80
Motor flange, upper, M50 EM
O-ring
Cylinder motor
Hexagon nut with clamp
Washer
Steamer
Gasket DE 80
Motor piston
Sliding ring
O-ring
Piston rod, M80 EM
O-ring
Air tube, M80 EM
Motor flange, complete M80 EM, at bottom
Reversing valve ISO N/1
(spare parts list, see Chapter 11.3.1.)
Grounding, complete
Rod seal
Sensor below, M80
Lock washer for shaft
Washer
Pilot valve
Screw in angle
Silencer
Reducing nipple
17
1
367258
18
1
L403.06
19
1
T703.00
20
2
K606.02
21
1
A160.01A
22
1
369290
23
1
9992757
24
2
H505.07
25
1
M432.00
= Wearing part
= Included in service set
= Not part of the standard equipment but available as an accessory.
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30 Nm; 22 lbft
28
2
3
29
4
5
35 Nm; 25.8 lbft
6
30
7
29
8
29
9
13
30
4.5 Nm; 3.3 lbft
7
14
29
11
1
10
29
13
3
29
17
16
15
27
24
19
22
20 Nm; 14.7 lbft
27
29
25
18
23
12
Installation instructions:
Mount piston rod (12) always
from bottom to top via the rod
seal (18).
20
B_03431
21
20
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Air motor spare parts list EM M80
27
28
29
30
1
4
1
1
Order No.
9992831
9907241
9998808
9998157
Designation
Loctite 542
Hexagon socket cylinder head screw
Grease mobilux EP 2
Loctite 480
1
T910.00
Service set EM Air motor M80
= Wearing part
= Included in service set
= Not part of the standard equipment but available as an accessory.
WARNING
Incorrect maintenance/repair!
Risk of injury and damage to the device.
Have repairs and part replacements be carried out only by
specially trained staff or a WAGNER service center.
Before all work on the device and in the event of work
interruptions:
- Switch off the energy/compressed air supply.
- Relieve the pressure from the spray gun and device.
- Secure the spray gun against actuation.
Always follow the operating and service instructions at all times
when carrying out work.
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11.3.1
REVERSING VALVE
4
1
2
3
B_03139
Spare parts list for the reversing valve, 40-15
1
2
3
4
1
6
1
2
Order No.
P498.00
9971123
P521.00
P520.00
Designation
Reversing valve
O-ring
Reversing valve gasket
Steamer
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11.4
FLUID SECTION 15
30 Nm; 22.1 lbft
24
29
8
36
22
2.5 Nm; 1.84 lbft
2
25
30
26
30
3
9
25
26
4
23
20
30
10
27
28
31
27
11
28
30
27
28
5
27
1
28
27
28
27
21
12
6
35
33
13
7
14
19
15
30
10
17
34
35
16
31
B_03445
18
32
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Spare parts list for fluid section 15
No.
1
1
2329635
2
1
A661.12
3
1
K617.03
4
1
A662.12
1
T9037.00E
5
6
1
H204.03
7
1
A658.03
8
1
H203.03
9
1
T9038.00E
10
2
L107.06
11
1
B534.03
12
1
T6157.00I
13
1
A170.03
1
K801.03
14
15
1
A169.03
16
1
K803.03
1
K601.03
17
18
1
2323838
19
1
9992831
20
1
A171.03
21
1
A172.03
22
1
A411.03
23
1
A410.03
24
1
T6158.00
25
2
G101.05
26
2
G101.08E
6
G104.05
27
28
5
G104.08E
29
1
9900136
30
1
9998808
1
9992609
31
32
1
2329898
33
1
B0461.03A
34
1
2323718
35
1
9992528
36
1
9992590
Designation
Fluid section 15 SS PE/T EM
Connecting flange 15
Snap ring
Snap ring flange 15
Packing PE/T 13/25
Spring, upper
Tube 15
Spring
Packing PE/T 18/29
O-ring
Cylinder 15
Pump Rod 15 SS
Support spring
Ball
Valve screw 15
Ball
Securing ring
Inlet housing 15
Loctite 542
Support ring, outside
Support ring, inside
Support ring, inside
Support ring, outside
Connector
Sealing collar T 18/29
Sealing collar PE 18/29
Sealing collar T 13/25
Sealing collar PE 13/25
Hexagon screw without shaft
Grease mobilux EP 2
Anti-sieze paste
Sealing sleeve
Fitting-DF-MM-R1/4"-1/4" NPS-PN350
Hexagon plug
Loctite 270
Loctite 222
1
T9039.00E
Service set EM 15 PE/T
= Wearing part
= Included in service set
= Not part of the standard equipment but available as an accessory.
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11.5
AIR REGULATOR SET FOR EVOMOTION 40-15
14
14
9
14
5
14
4
8
1
13
2
14
10
3
11
12
B_04117
1
1
2
2
3
1
4
1
5
1
8
1
9
1
10
1
11
1
12
0.32 m
13
1
14
1
= Wearing part
Order No.
T6140.00A
9906026
9998677
9985682
9998039
M101.00
P484.00C1
M297.00
9992743
9982078
P124.00M
9992831
Designation
Pump air regulator set
Hexagon socket cylinder head screw
Pressure gauge 0-1 MPa; 0-10 bar; 0-145 psi (d40)
Reducer
Screw-in connection's elbow
Ball valve, FM
Safety valve 1/4"
T-connection
Threaded fitting, straight
Hose, black AD8 x 1.25 (0.32 m; 1.05 ft. long)
Filter regulator CZ 1/4
Loctite 542
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11.6
AIR REGULATOR SET FOR AIRCOAT AIR
7
6
4
7
5
1
3
7
2
B_03436
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
= Wearing part
Order No.
T6145.00A
9998677
9992129
9998719
9985694
P123.00
9992528
Designation
AirCoat regulator set
Pressure gauge 0-1 MPa; 0-10 bar; 0-145 psi (d40)
Elbow with taper
Detachable double nipple
T-piece
Air pressure regulator, 1/4"
Loctite 270
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11.7
TROLLEY, 4"
15
5
17
10
2
13
14
4
9
5
16
6
3
1
7 8
A
Distance
11
12
Designation
1
1 Trolley, complete
2
1 Stand left 4" (welded)
3
1 Stand right 4" (welded)
4
4 Hexagon screw DIN931 M6x75
5
6 Self-locking hexagon nut M6
6
2 Wheel, D250
7
4 Washer
8
4 Cotter pin
9
1 Wheel axle 4"
2 Connecting part 4"
10
11
2 Tube plug, ribbed
12
2 Saddle feet for round tubes
13
2 Plug
14
4 Hexagon bolt
15
1 Wall mount
16
2 Hexagon screw without shaft M6x55
17
2 Handle
= Wearing parts
B_04074
Order No.
2325901
--9907140
9910204
2304440
340372
9995302
-367943
---9900218
2332143
3061695
9998747
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11.8
4-WHEEL TROLLEY
4
12
3
2
8
13
5
1
6
10
9
11
7
B_03439
1
1
2
5
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
4
8
4
9
4
4
10
11
4
12
4
13
2
14
4
= Wearing part
14
Order No.
T6196.00
9910204
E3107.92B
E3107.92C
H009.62
H1156.62
R204.07
3155404
9920106
R120.00F
9900311
9900389
9900309
3055157
Designation
Trolley, 4 wheels
Hexagon nut with clamp
Stand, right
Stand, left
Spray gun hook
Stand pin
Plug
Contact washer, M08
Washer
Wheel
Hexagon socket cylinder head screw
Hexagon socket cylinder head screw
Hexagon socket cylinder head screw
Hexagon nut with clamp
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12 WARRANTY AND CONFORMITY DECLARATIONS
12.1
IMPORTANT NOTES REGARDING PRODUCT LIABILITY
As a result of an EC regulation effective from January 1, 1990, the manufacturer shall only
be liable for his product if all parts originate from him or are approved by him, and if the
devices are properly mounted, operated and maintained.
The manufacturer will not be held liable or will only be held partially liable if third-party
accessories or spare parts have been used.
With genuine WAGNER accessories and spare parts, you have the guarantee that all safety
regulations are complied with.
12.2
WARRANTY CLAIM
Full warranty is provided for this device:
We will at our discretion repair or replace free of charge all parts which within 36 months
in single-shift, 18 months in double-shift or 9 months in triple-shift operation from date
of receipt by the purchaser are found to be wholly or substantially unusable due to causes
prior to the sale, in particular faulty design, defective materials or poor workmanship.
The type of warranty provided is such that the device or individual components of the
device are either replaced or repaired as we see fit. The resulting costs, in particular
shipping charges, road tolls, labour and material costs will be borne by us except where
these costs are increased due to the subsequent shipment of the device to a location other
than the address of the purchaser.
We do not provide warranty for damage that has been caused or contributed to for the
following reasons:
Unsuitable or improper use, faulty installation or commissioning by the purchaser or a
third party, normal wear, negligent handling, defective maintenance, unsuitable coating
products, substitute materials and the action of chemical, electrochemical or electrical
agents, except when the damage is attributable to us.
Abrasive coating products such as red lead, emulsions, glazes, liquid abrasives, zinc dust
paints and so forth reduce the service life of valves, packings, spray guns, nozzles, cylinders,
pistons etc. Wear and tear due to such causes are not covered by this warranty.
Components that have not been manufactured by WAGNER are subject to the original
warranty of the manufacturer.
Replacement of a component does not extend the period of warranty of the device.
The device should be inspected immediately upon receipt. To avoid losing the warranty,
we or the supplier company are to be informed in writing about obvious faults within
14 days upon receipt of the device.
We reserve the right to have the warranty compliance met by a contracting company.
The services provided by this warranty are dependent on evidence being provided in the
form of an invoice or delivery note. If the examination discovers that no warranty claim
exists, the costs of repairs are charged to the purchaser.
It is clearly stipulated that this warranty claim does not represent any constraint on statutory
regulations or regulations agreed to contractually in our general terms and conditions.
J. Wagner AG
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12.3
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Herewith we declare that the supplied version of pneumatic pumps and their spraypacks
comply with the following guidelines:
2006/42/EC
94/9/EC
Applied standards, in particular:
Applied national technical standards and specifications, in particular:
Part 2 Chapter 2.29 and Chapter 2.36
Labeling:
II 2G IIB c T3 X
EC Certificate of Conformity
The CE certificate of conformity is enclosed with this product. If needed, further copies
can be ordered through your WAGNER dealer by specifying the product name and serial
number.
Order number:
2312813
12.4
REFERENCE TO GERMAN REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES
Part 2, Chapter 2.36 "Working with Liquid Ejection Devices"
Part 2, Chapter 2.29 "Working with Coating Materials"
Explosion protection rules
Avoiding ignition risks
Equipment for cleaning work pieces with solvents
Guidelines for liquid ejection devices
Painting rooms and equipment
Plant Safety Ordinance
Note: All titles can be ordered from Heymanns Publishing House in Cologne, or they can
be found on the Internet.
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Germany
J. WAGNER GmbH
Otto-Lilienthal-Str. 18
Postfach 1120
D- 88677 Markdorf
Telephone: +49 7544 5050
Telefax: +49 7544 505200
E-Mail: service.standard@wagner-group.com
Switzerland
J. WAGNER AG
Industriestrasse 22
Postfach 663
CH- 9450 Altstätten
Telephone: +41 (0)71 757 2211
Telefax: +41 (0)71 757 2222
E-Mail: rep-ch@wagner-group.ch
Belgium
WSB Finishing Equipment
Veilinglaan 56/58
B- 1861 Wolvertem
Telephone: +32 (0)2 269 4675
Telefax: +32 (0)2 269 7845
E-Mail: info@wsb-wagner.be / HP www.wsb-wagner.eu
Denmark
WAGNER Industrial Solution Scandinavia
Viborgvej 100, Skærgær
DK- 8600 Silkeborg
Telephone: +45 70 200 245
Telefax: +45 86 856 027
E-Mail info@wagner-industri.com
United Kingdom
WAGNER Spraytech (UK) Ltd.
Haslemere Way
Tramway Industrial Estate
GB- Banbury, OXON OX16 8TY
Telephone: +44 (0)1295 265 353
Telefax: +44 (0)1295 269861
E-Mail: enquiries@wagnerspraytech.co.uk
France
J. WAGNER France S.A.R.L.
Parc de Gutenberg - Bâtiment F8
8, Voie la Cardon
F- 91127 Palaiseau-Cedex
Telephone: +33 1 825 011 111
Telefax: +33 1691 946 55
E-Mail: division.solutionsindustrielles@wagner-france.fr
Netherlands
WSB Finishing Equipment B.V.
De Heldinnenlaan 200
NL- 3543 MB Utrecht
Italy
WAGNER COLORA S.r.l
Via Fermi, 3
I- 20875 Burago di Molgora (MB)
Telephone: +31 (0) 30 241 4155
Telefax: +31 (0) 30 241 1787
E-Mail: info@wsb-wagner.nl / HP www.wsb-wagner.eu
Telephone: +39 039 625021
Telefax: +39 039 6851800
E-Mail: info@wagnercolora.com
Japan
WAGNER Spraytech Ltd.
2-35, Shinden Nishimachi
J- Daito Shi, Osaka, 574-0057
Telephone: +81 (0) 720 874 3561
Telefax: +81/ (0) 720 874 3426
E-Mail: marketing@wagner-japan.co.jp
Austria
J. WAGNER GmbH
Otto-Lilienthal-Str. 18
Postfach 1120
D- 88677 Markdorf
Telephone: +49 (0) 7544 5050
Telefax: +49 (0) 7544 505200
E-Mail: service.standard@wagner-group.com
Sweden
WAGNER Industrial Solutions Scandinavia
Skolgatan 61
SE- 568 31 Skillingaryd
Telephone: +46 (0) 370 798 30
Telefax: +46 (0) 370 798 48
E-Mail: info@wagner-industri.com
Spain
WAGNER Spraytech Iberica S.A.
Ctra. N- 340, Km. 1245,4
E- 08750 Molins de Rei (Barcelona)
Telephone: +34 (0) 93 680 0028
Telefax: +34 (0) 93 668 0156
E-Mail: info@wagnerspain.com
Czechoslovakia
WAGNER s.r.o.
Nedasovská Str. 345
15521 Praha 5 - Zlicin
Telephone: +42 (0) 2 579 50 412
Telefax: +42 (0)2 579 51 052
E-Mail: info@wagner.cz
USA
WAGNER Systems Inc.
300 Airport Road, unit 1
Elgin, IL 60123 USA
Telephone: +1 630 503 2400
Telefax: +1 630 503 2377
E-Mail: info@wagnersystemsinc.com
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E-mail
Switzerland
Phone
Telefax
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