OWNER'S MANUAL
FOR PROFESSIONAL
USE ONLY
313 - 1018
DO NOT USE EQUIPMENT BEFORE READING THIS MANUAL
PowrTwin 5500™
PowrTwin 5500™ Airless Sprayer
WARNING HIGH PRESSURE DEVICE
Model Number 449-700 Gas
Model Number 449-704 DC Electric
Model Number 449-706 AC Electric
This manual contains important warnings and instructions.
Please read and retain for reference. Never operate this unit unless it is properly grounded.
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Parts List, Drawings and Service Instructions
Model Descriptions / Major Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Power Convertokits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17, 18, 19
Cart Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Hydraulic System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Hydraulic Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22, 23
Fluid Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, 25, 26
Bleed Line/Syphon Hose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Outlet Manifold Filter Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Table of Contents
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Safety Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Operating Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Fueling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Color Change / Clean Out / Flushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11, 12
Key Accessories & Service Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29, 30, 31
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Troubleshooting Guide
Airless Spraying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Spray Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Hydraulic Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Fluid Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
PowrTwin 5500™
Congratulations on having selected the finest airless sprayer
available in the world. Titan/Speeflo piston pumps are tireless
workhorses - so tough they are virtually indestructible, even under
the most severe service. Titan/Speeflo designs and builds equipment with superior quality and reliability. Equipment that will last for
years with minimal maintenance and downtime. This equipment will
make you money year after year. We thank you for your purchase
and welcome you to our large and growing family of Titan/Speeflo
users.
The unique ability of this PowrTwin 5500™ to operate with
either gas or electric power provides you with the flexibility to work
indoors or outside where no electricity is available.
Hydraulic drive makes possible the longest stroke and slowest
cycling pumps in the industry which translates into low maintenance and longer life. Electric units operate quietly with no motor
starting and stopping.
The PowrTwin 5500™ is equipped with Titan/Speeflo's exclusive
and patented Severe Service 500™ fluid pump. This technology will
give you significantly longer rod, cylinder, and packing life than any
other sprayer built in the world. This double ball piston pump
employs a dependable and durable time-tested design. All pumps
use an exclusive thick hard chrome plating on rod and cylinder
parts. This patented plating process is harder than nitralloy, stainless steel, or hard chrome used by any other paint pump manufacturer and much more abrasion resistant. Highly polished parts
reduce friction, extend packing life, and avoid damage from corrosion and abrasion. More than 75,000 of these pumps are in operation around the world.
PowrTwin 5500™ offers other cost saving features:
• Variable Pressure Control
• Choice of Power - Gas or Electric
• Tungsten Carbide Valve Seats
• Self-Adjusting Packings
• Exclusive Hand-Tight Swivel Foot Valve
• Large Capacity Inline Paint Filter
• "Floating Ball" Pressure Bleed Valve
• 5 Gallon Syphon Hose and Bleed Line Assemblies are
standard.
You have made an excellent choice. We know you will be
pleased with your new PowrTwin 5500™. Thanks again for selecting Titan/Speeflo. We appreciate your business.
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WARNING: The Engine Exhaust
from this product contains chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm.
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CAUTION: DO NOT use this equipment to spray water or acid.
CAUTION: Do not lift by cart handle when loading or unloading.
WARNING LABELS
Your sprayer has the English language Warning Label shown on Page 5 in the location indicated below. If you require this label in French, German,
or Spanish, or require additional English labels, order directly from Titan free of charge. Call toll free 1-800-526-5362.
PART NO.
LANGUAGE
313-771
313-784
English
313-1306
313-1307
Spanish
313-785
313-786
French
313-787
313-788
German
GASOLINE ENGINE SAFETY
1. Honda engines are designed to give safe and dependable service if operated according to instructions. Read and understand the
Honda Owner's Manual before operating the engine. Failure to do so
could result in personal injury or equipment damage.
2. To prevent fire hazards and to provide adequate ventilation,
keep the engine at least 1 meter (3 feet) away from buildings and other
equipment during operation. Do not place flammable objects close to
the engine.
3. Children and pets must be kept away from the area of operation due to a possibility of burns from hot engine components or injury
from any equipment the engine may be used to operate.
4. Know how to stop the engine quickly, and understand the operation of all controls. Never permit anyone to operate the engine without
proper instructions.
5. Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain
conditions.
6. Refuel in a well-ventilated area with the engine stopped. Do not
smoke or allow flames or sparks in the refueling area or where gasoline is stored.
7. Do not overfill the fuel tank. After refueling, make sure the tank
cap is closed properly and securely.
8. Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Fuel vapor or spilled
fuel may ignite. If any fuel is spilled, make sure the area is dry before
starting the engine.
9. Never run the engine in an enclosed or confined area. Exhaust
contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas; exposure may cause loss of
consciousness and may lead to death.
10. The muffler becomes very hot during operation and remains
hot for a while after stopping the engine. Be careful not to touch the
muffler while it is hot. To avoid severe burns or fire hazards, let the
engine cool before transporting it or storing it indoors.
11. Never ship/transport unit with gasoline in tank.
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DO NOT USE EQUIPMENT BEFORE READING THIS SECTION
WARNING
HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY
CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY
Maximum Working Pressure 3300 psi, 228 bar
An airless spray gun requires that fluid be
introduced to it at very high pressure. Fluids
under high pressure, from spray or leaks, can
penetrate the skin and inject substantial quantities of toxic fluid into the body. If not
promptly and properly treated, the injury can
cause tissue death or gangrene and may
result in serious, permanent disability or
amputation of the wounded part. Therefore,
extreme caution must be exercised when
using any airless spray equipment. IF YOU
ARE INJECTED, SEE A PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY. DO NOT TREAT AS A SIMPLE
CUT!
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN: Injection into the
skin is a serious, traumatic injury. It is important to treat the injury surgically as soon as
possible. Do not delay treatment to research
toxicity. Toxicity is a concern with some exotic
coatings injected directly into the bloodstream.
Consultation with a plastic surgeon or a
reconstructive hand surgeon may be advised.
1) Handle the spray gun carefully. Keep
clear of the nozzle. NEVER point the gun at
yourself or anyone else. NEVER permit any
part of your body to come in contact with the
fluid stream of either the gun or any hose
leak. ALWAYS keep the gun trigger safety
lever in a locked position when not spraying.
ALWAYS use a tip safety guard.
2) NEVER attempt to force the flow of fluid
backward through the gun with your finger,
hand or hand-held object against the gun nozzle. THIS IS NOT AN AIR SPRAY GUN.
3) NEVER attempt to remove tip, disassemble or repair equipment without first doing
IMPORTANT -- PRESSURE RELIEF
PROCEDURE
ALWAYS reduce pressure when you are
cleaning a clogged tip, changing a tip,
servicing any part of the system, or
shutting down. Follow the steps below:
1. Engage the gun trigger lock.
2. Shut off the power source.
3. Close the orange handle shut-off ball
valve on the hydraulic pressure hose.
4. Open the Pressure Bleed Valve by
turning it counterclockwise at least
three full turns.
5. Disengage the gun trigger lock and
hold trigger open until flow of material
stops.
6. Be certain to hold a metal part of the
gun firmly to the side of a grounded
metal container.
7. Reset trigger safety to locked position.
the following:
4) Before flushing system, always remove
spray tip and adjust fluid pressure to lowest
possible setting.
5) Tighten all fluid connections before each
use. NEVER exceed 3300 psi (228 bar) with
this unit. Make sure that all accessory hoses,
connections, swivels and so forth can withstand the high pressures which develop.
NEVER exceed the pressure rating of any
component in the system.
6) WARNING: The paint hose can develop
leaks from wear, kinking, abuse, etc. A leak is
capable of injecting fluid into the skin, therefore the paint hose should be inspected
before each use. NEVER attempt to plug a
hose with any part of your body, adhesive
tape or any other makeshift device. Do not
attempt to repair a spray hose. Instead,
replace it with a new grounded hose. Use
only with hoses that have spring guards.
NEVER use less than 50' (15,2m) of hose
with this unit.
7) Be sure that the airless equipment being
used and the object being sprayed are properly grounded to prevent static discharge or
sparks which could cause fire or explosion.
WARNING: ALWAYS hold the gun against
metal container when flushing system with tip
removed, to prevent static discharge. CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electrical shock,
do not expose to rain. Store indoors.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS: This product should be grounded. In the event of an
electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the
risk of electric shock by providing an escape
wire for the electric current. This product is
equipped with a cord having a grounding wire
with an appropriate grounding plug.The plug
must be plugged into an outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all
local codes and ordinances.
DANGER - Improper installation of the
grounding plug can result in a risk of electric
shock. If repair or replacement of the cord or
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plug is necessary, do not connect the grounding wire to either flat blade terminal. The wire
with insulation having an outer surface that is
green (with or without yellow stripes) is the
grounding wire. Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if the grounding instructions are not completely understood, or if in
doubt as to whether the product is properly
grounded. Do not modify the plug provided; if
it will not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
• This product is for use on a nominal 120volt circuit and has a grounding plug that
looks like the plug illustrated below.
• Make sure that the product is connected to
an outlet having the same configuration as
the plug. No adapter should be used with
this product.
EXTENSION CORDS: Use only a 3-wire
extension cord that has a 3-slot receptacle
that will accept the plug on the pump. Make
sure your extension cord is in good condition.
When using an extension cord, be sure to use
one heavy enough to carry the current this
pump will draw.
For lengths less than
Use extension gauge
25 ft. (7,5 meters)
16 AWG
50 ft. (15 meters)
14 AWG
100 ft. (30 meters)
12 AWG
150 ft. (45 meters)
10 AWG
An undersized cord will cause a drop in
line voltage resulting in loss of power and
overheating. If in doubt, use the next heavier
gauge. The smaller the gauge number, the
heavier the cord.
8) ALWAYS keep the working area around
the pump well ventilated. Additionally, the
pump itself should be a minimum of 25'
(7.5m) from the spray area. If these instructions are not followed, there is the possibility
of fire or explosion with certain materials.
ALWAYS follow the coating or solvent manufacturer's safety precautions and warnings.
Never spray flammable material near open
flames, pilot lights or any source of ignition.
9) ALWAYS wear spray masks and protective eyewear while spraying. Additional personal protective equipment may be required
depending on the type of material being
sprayed and conditions of ventilation. Always
contact supplier of material being sprayed for
recommendation.
10) Keep all extension poles clear of electrical wires.
11) NEVER alter or modify any part of this
equipment; doing so could cause it to malfunction.
12) NEVER leave equipment unattended.
Keep away from children or anyone not familiar with the operation of airless equipment.
NO USE EL EQUIPO ANTES DE LEER ESTA SECCION
ADVERTENCIA
LA ROCIADURA A PRESION ALTA
PUEDE CAUSAR LESION GRAVE.
Presión de Trabajo Máxima 3300 libras por pulgada cuadrada (psi), 228 bar
Una pistola rociadora sin aire requiere que se le
introduzca líquido a presión muy alta. Los líquidos
bajo presión alta, de la rociadura o de las fugas,
pueden penetrar en la piel e inyectar en el cuerpo
cantidades considerables de líquido tóxico. Si no se
atiende rápida y apropiadamente, la lesión puede
causar muerte del tejido o gangrena, y puede resultar en incapacidad seria y permanente o en la
amputación de la parte lesionada. Por lo tanto, hay
que emplear precauciones estrictas al usar
cualquier equipo de rociadura sin aire. SI USTED
HA ESTADO EXPUESTO A LA PENETRACION DE
TOXICOS POR INYECCION, CONSULTE INMEDIATAMENTE AL MEDICO. ¡NO TRATE LA HERIDA
COMO SI FUERA UNA MERA CORTADURA!
NOTA PARA EL MEDICO: La penetración de
tóxicos en la piel es una herida seria y traumática.
Es importante tratar la herida quirúrgicamente lo
más pronto posible. No demore el tratamiento para
investigar la toxicidad. La toxicidad es asunto serio
cuando se trata de la penetración de ciertos revestimientos tóxicos en la corriente sanguínea. Puede
que sea necesaria la consulta con un cirujano plástico o un cirujano especialista en la reconstrucción de
la mano.
1) Maneje la pistola de rociadura con cuidado.
Manténgase alejado de la boquilla. JAMAS apunte
la pistola hacia usted u otra persona. NUNCA permita que parte alguna de su cuerpo se ponga en
contacto con el chorro de líquido de la pistola o de
alguna fuga de la manguera. SIEMPRE mantenga
trabado el seguro de la pistola mientras no esté
rociando. SIEMPRE utilice el protector de seguridad
de la boquilla.
2) JAMAS intente forzar el flujo del líquido por la
pistola hacia atrás con el dedo, la mano o un objeto
sostenido con la mano contra la boquilla de la pistola, ya que NO SE TRATA DE UNA PISTOLA DE
ROCIADURA DE AIRE.
3) JAMAS intente quitar la boquilla ni desarmar o
reparar el equipo sin haber cumplido antes con los
pasos siguientes:
IMPORTANT -- PRESSURE RELIEF
PROCEDURE
ALWAYS reduce pressure when you are
cleaning a clogged tip, changing a tip,
servicing any part of the system, or
shutting down. Follow the steps below:
1. Engage the gun trigger lock.
2. Shut off the power source.
3. Close the orange handle shut-off ball
valve on the hydraulic pressure hose.
4. Open the Pressure Bleed Valve by
turning it counterclockwise at least
three full turns.
5. Disengage the gun trigger lock and
hold trigger open until flow of material
stops.
6. Be certain to hold a metal part of the
gun firmly to the side of a grounded
metal container.
7. Reset trigger safety to locked position.
4) Antes de lavar el sistema, siempre quite la
boquilla de rociadura y ajuste la presión del líquido
al valor más bajo posible.
5) Ajuste todas las conexiones antes de cada
uso. JAMAS supere 3300 libras (228 bar) por pulgada cuadrada con esta unidad. Asegúrese de que
todas las mangueras, conexiones, articulaciones
giratorias y demás elementos accesorios estén en
condiciones de tolerar las altas presiones que se
presentan. JAMAS exceda la clasificación de presión de cualquier componente del
sistema.
6) ADVERTENCIA: La manguera de pintura
puede presentar fugas como resultado del desgaste,
retorcimiento, abuso, etc. Las fugas pueden inyectar
líquido a través de la piel, por lo que la manguera
de pintura debe ser inspeccionada antes de cada
uso. JAMAS intente obturar la manguera con una
parte de su cuerpo o con tela adhesiva o cualquier
otro elemento improvisado. No intente reparar una
manguera de rociadura; en cambio reemplácela con
una manguera nueva conectada a tierra. Utilice
solamente mangueras con protector de resorte.
JAMAS use una manguera de menos de 15,2 m
con esta unidad. Almacenar bajo techo.
INSTRUCCIONES PARA LA PUESTA A TIERRA: Este producto debe conectarse a tierra. En
caso de corto circuito, la conexión a tierra proporciona una vía de escape para la corriente eléctrica y
reduce el riesgo de choques eléctricos. El producto
está dotado de un cable provisto de un alambre y
de un enchufe de puesta a tierra. El enchufe debe
enchufarse en un tomacorriente debidamente instal-
ado y dotado de conexión a tierra, de acuerdo con
las estipulaciones de los códigos y ordenanzas
locales.
PELIGRO — La instalación incorrecta del
enchufe de puesta a tierra podría crear el riesgo de
choque eléctrico. Si es necesario reparar o reemplazar el cordón o el enchufe, no conecte el
alambre de puesta a tierra a ninguna de las dos terminales de cuchilla plana. El alambre con aislamiento exterior verde, con o sin rayas amarillas, es el
alambre de puesta a tierra. Consulte a un electricista o técnico competente si no comprende bien
las instrucciones para la conexión a tierra o si tiene
dudas de que el producto está conectado a tierra
correctamente. No modifique el enchufe que viene
con el producto; si no encaja en el tomacorriente,
pida a un electricista competente que instale el
tomacorriente apropiado.
• Este producto ha sido diseñado para usarse en
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un circuito de tensión nominal de 120 voltios y
está dotado de un enchufe de puesta a tierra
semejante a la ilustrada más adelante.
• Asegúrese de que el producto esté enchufado en
un tomacorriente que tenga la misma configuración del enchufe. No debe usarse ningún adaptador.
CORDON DE EXTENSION — Use sólo un
cordón de extensión trifilar que tenga un enchufe de
puesta a tierra con tres cuchillas, y un receptáculo
con tres ranuras que acepte el enchufe que viene
con el producto. Cerciórese de que el cordón de
extensión esté en buen estado. Al usar un cordón
de extensión, cerciórese de que sea suficientemente
grueso para transportar la corriente que su producto
usará.
Para tramos de menos de:
Use cordones de
calibre:
7,6 m
16 AWG
15,2 m
14 AWG
30,4 m
12 AWG
45,7 m
10 AWG
Un cordón demasiado corto provocará una caída
de la tensión, ocasionando una pérdida de potencia
y recalentamiento. Si tiene dudas, use un calibre
más grueso. Cuanto más pequeño sea el número
de calibre, más grueso será el cable.
7) Asegúrese de que el equipo sin aire que esté
empleando y el objeto que se intenta rociar estén
correctamente conectados a tierra para evitar
descargas estáticas o chispas que podrían ocasionar incendio o explosión. ADVERTENCIA: Sostenga
SIEMPRE la pistola contra el receptáculo de metal
al limpiar el sistema con la boquilla desprendida,
para evitar la descarga estática. ADVERTENCIA:
Para reducir riesgo de descarga eléctrica, no exponer a la lluvia.
8) SIEMPRE mantenga el lugar de trabajo
alrededor de la bomba bien ventilado. Además, la
bomba en sí debe estar ubicada a no menos de 7,6
m de la operación de rociadura. Si no se observan
estas instrucciones, existe el riesgo de incendio o
explosión con ciertos materiales. SIEMPRE observe
las precauciones y advertencias de los fabricantes
sobre revestimientos y solventes. Nunca rocíe material inflamable cerca de llamas expuestas, llamas
piloto o cualquier fuente de ignición.
9) SIEMPRE use máscaras apropiadas y anteojos de protección durante la operación de rociadura.
Según el tipo de material que se está rociando y las
condiciones de ventilación puede ser necesario usar
equipo personal protector adicional. Siempre
comuníquese con el proveedor del material para
conseguir recomendaciones.
10) Mantenga todas las varas de extensión fuera
del alcance de cables eléctricos.
11) JAMAS altere o modifique parte alguna de
este equipo, ya que ello puede causar deficiencias
de funcionamiento.
12) JAMAS deje al equipo solo. Manténgalo
fuera del alcance de los niños o de cualquier persona no familiarizada con la operación de equipo sin
aire.
NE PAS UTILISER LE MATERIEL AVANT D’AVOIR LU CETTE SECTION
ATTENTION!
LES PULVERISATEURS A HAUTE PRESSION PEUVENT
PROVOQUER DE SERIEUSES LESIONS
Pression de travail maximale: 3300 psi — 228 bar
Le liquide introduit dans un pistolet pulvérisateur
sans air doit l’être à pression extrêmement élevée.
Les liquides à haute pression, en provenance du pulvérisateur ou d’une fuite quelconque, sont capables
de pénétrer la peau et d’injecter d’importantes quantités de liquide toxique dans l’organisme. Si elle n’est
pas traitée promptement et avec toute l’attention
voulue, la lésion causée de la sorte peut provoquer la
nécrose des tissus ou la gangrène et donner lieu à
de sérieux handicaps permanents, voire à l’amputation du membre atteint. Une prudence extrême s’impose donc lors de l’utilisation de matériel de pulvérisation sans air. EN CAS D’INJECTION, CONSULTEZ UN MEDECIN IMMEDIATEMENT. NE TRAITEZ
PAS LA BLESSURE COMME S’IL S’AGISSAIT
D’UNE SIMPLE COUPURE!
REMARQUE A L’INTENTION DU MEDECIN :
Une injection pénétrant la peau constitue une lésion
traumatique grave qu’il est important de traiter chirurgicalement aussitôt que possible. Ne perdez pas de
temps à rechercher la toxicité de l’injection. Il s’agit là
d’un risque à envisager en cas d’injection directe
dans le circuit sanguin de certains revêtements exotiques. La consultation d’un chirurgien plasticien ou
d’un spécialiste de la chirurgie reconstructive de la
main peut être conseillée.
1) Maniez le pistolet avec soin. Maintenez-vous à
l’écart de la buse. N’en dirigez JAMAIS la buse vers
aucune partie de votre corps ou vers aucune autre
personne. Ne laissez JAMAIS aucune partie de votre
corps entrer en contact avec le flux de liquide
s’échappant du pistolet ou d’une fuite quelconque au
niveau du flexible. Verrouillez TOUJOURS le levier
de sûreté de la détente lorsque vous n’êtes pas
occupé à pulvériser. Veillez à TOUJOURS utiliser
un dispositif de sûreté à la buse du pistolet.
2) N’essayez JAMAIS de refouler le flux de liquide
dans le pistolet au moyen de votre doigt, de votre
main ou d’un objet maintenu contre la buse du pistolet. CET APPAREIL N’EST PAS UN PISTOLET PULVERISATEUR A AIR. N’utilisez aucune pièce de
matériel sans air avec une pompe non équipée d’une
IMPORTANT -- PRESSURE RELIEF
PROCEDURE
ALWAYS reduce pressure when you are
cleaning a clogged tip, changing a tip,
servicing any part of the system, or
shutting down. Follow the steps below:
1. Engage the gun trigger lock.
2. Shut off the power source.
3. Close the orange handle shut-off ball
valve on the hydraulic pressure hose.
4. Open the Pressure Bleed Valve by
turning it counterclockwise at least
three full turns.
5. Disengage the gun trigger lock and
hold trigger open until flow of material
stops.
6. Be certain to hold a metal part of the
gun firmly to the side of a grounded
metal container.
7. Reset trigger safety to locked position.
soupape de surpression.
3) N’essayez JAMAIS d’enlever la buse, de
démonter ou de réparer
l’appareil avant d’avoir accompli la procédure suivante :
4) Avant de procéder au rinçage du système,
enlevez toujours la buse de pulvérisation et réglez la
pression au niveau le plus faible possible.
5) Serrez bien tous les raccords du système
hydrodynamique avant chaque emploi. Ne dépassez
JAMAIS, avec cet appareil, une pression de 3300 psi
(228 bar). Assurez-vous que tous les flexibles accessoires, raccords, articulations, etc. sont bien capables
de résister aux hautes pressions prévues. Ne
dépassez JAMAIS la capacité de pression nominale
d’aucun composant du système. DANGER : Afin de
réduire tout risque d’électrocution, n’exposez pas à la
pluie.
6) ATTENTION : Des fuites risquent de se produire le long du flexible de peinture sous l’effet de
l’usure, des torsions, des rudes traitements, etc. auxquels il est éventuellement soumis. Les injections de
liquide dans la peau sont possibles par la voie de
telles fuites. Il est donc important d’inspecter le flexible avant chaque usage. N’essayez JAMAIS d’obturer une fuite à l’aide de votre doigt ou de tout autre
membre de votre corps, de ruban adhésif ou de tout
autre moyen de fortune. N’essayez pas non plus de
réparer un flexible de pulvérisation ; remplacez-le
plutôt par un nouveau flexible mis à la terre. Veillez à
n’utiliser que les flexibles munis de dispositifs de
sécurité à ressort. N’utilisez JAMAIS moins de 15,2
m de flexible avec cet appareil.
7) Assurez-vous que le matériel sans air utilisé et
que l’objet à peindre sont adéquatement mis à la
terre, de façon à éviter toute décharge
d’électricité statique ou toute étincelle susceptible de
provoquer un incendie ou une explosion. ATTENTION : Tenez TOUJOURS le pistolet contre un récipient en métal lors du rinçage du système, après en
avoir ôté la buse. Ne vaporisez JAMAIS de substances inflammables à proximité de flammes nues,
lampes témoin ni d’aucune source d’allumage.
Rangez à l’intérieur.
INSTRUCTIONS DE MISE A LA TERRE : Ce produit doit être mis à la terre. Dans l’hypothèse d’un
court-circuit électrique, la mise à la terre réduit le
risque de chocs électriques en assurant un fil de fuite
pour le courant électrique. Ce produit est pourvu d’un
cordon possédant un fil de terre avec fiche appro-
priée de mise à la terre. La fiche doit être branchée
sur une prise qui est posée et mise à la terre
adéquatement conformément à tous les codes et
7
règlements locaux.
DANGER - La pose inappropriée de la fiche de
terre peut provoquer un risque de chocs électriques.
Si le cordon ou la fiche doit être réparé ou remplacé,
ne raccordez pas le fil de terre à l’une ou l’autre
borne à lame plate. Le fil possédant une isolation
dont la surface extérieure est verte (avec ou sans
rayures jaunes) est le fil de terre. Consultez un électricien ou un technicien de service compétent si vous
ne comprenez pas parfaitement les instructions de
mise à la terre ou si vous ne pouvez affirmer avec
certitude que le produit est dûment mis à la terre. Ne
modifiez pas la fiche fournie ; si elle ne rentre pas
dans la prise, faites poser la prise appropriée par un
électricien compétent.
• Ce produit est destiné à être utilisé sur un circuit à
tension nominale de 120 volts et a une fiche de
terre qui ressemble à la fiche illustrée ci-après.
• S’assurer que le produit est branché sur une prise
ayant la même configuration que la fiche. Aucun
adaptateur ne doit être utilisé avec ce produit.
CORDONS DE RALLONGE - Utilisez uniquement
un cordon de rallonge à trois fils pourvu d’une fiche
de mise à la terre à trois lames, et une prise à trois
fentes qui acceptera la fiche de la pompe. Assurezvous que votre cordon de rallonge est en bon état.
Lorsque vous utilisez un cordon de rallonge, veillez à
en utiliser un suffisamment puissant pour transporter
le courant que consommera cette pompe.
Pour les longueurs
de moins de
Utilisez une rallonge de calibre
7,6 m
16 AWG
15,2 m
14 AWG
30,4 m
12 AWG
45,7 m
10 AWG
Un cordon sous-calibré provoquera une chute de
tension secteur ayant pour conséquences une perte
de puissance et une surchauffe. En cas de doute,
utilisez le calibre immédiatement plus puissant. Plus
le numéro de
calibre est bas, plus le cordon est puissant.
8) Le moteur électrique de cet appareil n’est pas
protégé contre les explosions. Il est donc essentiel
d’assurer une bonne ventilation de la zone de travail
et des alentours de la pompe. Il est également important de maintenir la pompe à une distance minimale
de 7,6 m de la zone de pulvérisation. Certains matériaux présentent, à défaut de suivre ces consignes, un
risque d’incendie ou d’explosion. Suivez TOUJOURS
les précautions et avertissements du fabricant de
chaque solvant ou revêtement utilisé.
9) Portez TOUJOURS un masque et des lunettes
de protection lors de vos travaux de pulvérisation.
D’autres articles de protection personnelle peuvent
être nécessaires suivant le type de produit pulvérisé
et les conditions d’aération. Demandez toujours ses
recommandations à votre fournisseur.
10) Maintenez toutes les tiges de rallonge à distance des fils électriques.
11) N´altérez ou ne modifiez JAMAIS une partie
quelconque de cet appareil, ce qui pourrait causer
des défaillances.
12) Ne laissez JAMAIS le matériel sans surveillance. Gardez-le hors de portée des enfants et de
toute personne inexpérimentée quant à l’usage de
matériel sans air.
5. Fill the Wet-Cup 1/2 full with Titan/Speeflo's Piston Lube, Part
No. 700-925, supplied by the factory. This extends packing life.
SET UP
WARNING: READ, UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS ON PAGES 4 - 7 BEFORE STARTING OR OPERATING
THIS SPRAYER
6. Electric Models - Use a 20 amp service outlet. Always locate
the AC electric model within 10 to 15 feet of the service outlet. Use
a short electric cable and a long paint hose. Any extension cord
will create some voltage drop. For both AC and DC models, if an
extension cord is necessary, use only grounded 3 wire # 12 wire.
If the unit is being operated in an area that is overloaded by
other appliances or low voltage conditions, it is important to start
the unit "unloaded." Tip the electric motor forward so that the belt
is loosened and the motor starts without full load. This reduces the
amperage draw on starting and may avoid kicking out the circuit
breaker.
7. Be sure the PowrTwin system is grounded. All Titan/Speeflo
units are equipped with a grounding lug. A grounding cable (not
supplied) should be used to connect the unit to a true earth
ground. Check your local electrical regulations for detailed grounding instructions. See Accessories, Page 31, for ordering information.
8. Strain all paints with Titan/Speeflo # 160-524 5 gallon Nylon
Strainer or Titan/Speeflo # 160-124 1 gallon Nylon Strainer to
assure trouble free operation and freedom from frequent cleaning
of inlet screen and gun strainer.
Required tools: Crescent Wrench
1. Connecting the Hoses:
The syphon hose and the bleed line hose have factory installed
Teflon tape on the male end of the hoses. Tighten the syphon hose
and bleed line wrench tight. See Figure 1.
2. One Gun Operation - Attach the gun and hose. Always use a
spray hose at least 50 feet long. Do not use Teflon or thread
BLEED LINE
CONNECTION
WARNING: Proper grounding is important. This applies to
both gas and electric powered models. The passage of some
materials through the nylon fluid hose will build up a static
electric charge, which if discharged, could ignite solvent
vapors present and create an explosion.
FUELING
WARNING: Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive
under certain conditions.
1. ALWAYS turn the engine off before refueling.
2. Refuel in a well-ventilated area.
3. Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks in the refueling
area or where gasoline is stored.
4. Do not overfill the fuel tank. After refueling, make sure the
tank cap is closed properly and securely.
5. Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Spilled fuel or
fuel vapor may ignite. If any fuel is spilled, make sure the area
is dry before starting the engine.
6. Avoid repeated or prolonged contact with skin or breathing
of vapor.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
SYPHON HOSE
FIGURE 1
sealant on this assembly. Do not install the spray tip at this time.
3. Two Gun Operation - Remove the plug from the second gun outlet. Connect a hose and a gun to the outlet.
4. Multiple Gun Operation - The PowrTwin 5500™ is engineered to
handle up to 3 guns with 0.23" tips. When using more than two
guns, make sure the second gun hookup outlet is plugged.
Connect the multiple gun manifold to the single gun outlet. These
manifolds are for either 2, 3, or 4-guns and have shut off valves.
Connect a hose and gun to each outlet. See Figure 2.
Specifications:
Use automotive gasoline that has a pump octane number of 86
or higher, or that has a research octane number of 91 or higher.
Unleaded fuel produces fewer engine and spark plug deposits
and extends the life of exhaust system components.
Never use stale or contaminated gasoline or an oil/gasoline
mixture. Avoid getting dirt, dust or water in the fuel tank. Use of a
lower octane gasoline can cause persistent "pinging" or heavy
"spark knock" (a metallic rapping noise) which, if severe, can lead
to engine damage.
NOTE: If "spark knock" or "pinging" occurs at a steady engine
speed under normal load, change brands of gasoline. If spark
knock or pinging persists, consult your authorized Honda dealer.
Failure to do so is considered misuse, and damage caused by misuse is not covered by Honda's Limited Warranty.
Occasionally you may experience light spark knock while operating
under heavy loads. This is no cause for concern, it simply means
your engine is operating efficiently.
FIGURE 2
9
ination of the sprayed
material.
Gasolines containing alcohol:
If you decide to use a gasoline containing alcohol (gasohol), be
sure its octane rating is at least as high as that recommended by
Honda. There are two types of "gasohol": one containing ethanol,
and the other containing methanol. Do not use gasohol that contains more than 10% ethanol. Do not use gasoline containing
methanol (methyl or wood alcohol) that does not also contain
cosolvents and corrosion inhibitors for methanol. Never use gasoline containing more than 5% methanol, even if it has cosolvents
and corrosion inhibitors.
NOTE: Fuel system damage or engine performance problems
resulting from the use of fuels that contain alcohol is not covered
under the warranty. Honda cannot endorse the use of fuels containing methanol since evidence of their suitability is as yet incomplete.
Before buying fuel from an unfamiliar station, try to find out if
the fuel contains alcohol, if it does, confirm the type and percentage of alcohol used. If you notice any undesirable operating systems while using a gasoline that contains alcohol, or one that you
think contains alcohol, switch to a gasoline that you know does not
contain alcohol.
If you are spraying a water based latex, flush with warm, soapy
water followed by a clean water rinse. If you are using any other
coating, flush with warm, soapy water followed by a solvent. Check
with the material manufacturer for a compatible solvent.
Place syphon tube assembly into proper solvent or water.
B. Place waste container below bleed line.
C. Start engine or electric motor. Turn Pressure Control
Adjustment Knob clockwise (increasing pressure) until pump
cycles evenly and solvent flows freely from bleed line.
D. Close Pressure Bleed Valve by turning it clockwise. This
allows the system to pressurize. Hold gun trigger open, without
spray tip attached, until the fluid flows smoothly. See Figure 4.
7. Repeat above starting procedure with paint material. Lock gun
trigger and attach spray tip. See the Technical Data Sheet or
Operator's Manual on the gun provided for installation and selection of the proper tip size.
8. Test spray pattern. Operate the pump at the lowest hydraulic pressure which provides good atomization. See the Troubleshooting
Guide if you are not getting the proper pattern.
9. Operating pressure is adjustable from 400 to 3300 psi (228 bar)
by turning the Pressure Adjustment Knob clockwise. Do not turn
the knob clockwise more than necessary to provide satisfactory
atomization. Excess pressure wears out spray tips.
10. When restarting the unit, reduce the pressure at Pressure
Control Adjustment Knob and Pressure Bleed Valve.
STARTUP
1. Areas must be well ventilated to prevent hazardous operation
with volatile solvents or exhaust fumes.
WARNING: If lacquer or other flammable materials are to be
sprayed, ALWAYS locate the unit outside the immediate spraying area. Failure to do so may cause an explosion.
COLOR CHANGE / CLEAN OUT /
FLUSHING
2. Locate the unit outside the immediate spraying area to avoid
clogged air intake of the engine or electric motor with overspray.
3. Before starting the unit. check oil levels.
A. The hydraulic fluid level should read "Full" on the dipstick.
CHECK IT REGULARLY. See the Hydraulic System
Maintenance Instructions on Page 11 for changing or adding
hydraulic fluid. Do not overfill. Use only Titan/Speeflo Coolflo™
Hydraulic Fluid, Part No. 430-361.
B. The gasoline engine oil level is determined by the manufacturer.
Check the manufacturer's service manual supplied.
IMPORTANT -- PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE
ALWAYS reduce pressure when you are cleaning a clogged
tip, changing a tip, servicing any part of the system, or shutting down. Follow the steps below:
1. Engage the gun trigger lock.
2. Shut off the power source.
3. Close the orange handle shut-off ball valve on the hydraulic
pressure hose.
4. Open the Pressure Bleed Valve by turning it counterclockwise at least three full turns.
5. Disengage the gun trigger lock and hold trigger open until
flow of material stops.
6. Be certain to hold a metal part of the gun firmly to the side
of a grounded metal container.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Use of Titan/Speeflo's Coolflo™ Hydraulic
Fluid is mandatory in the PowrTwin 5500™ hydraulic system.
Do not use any other hydraulic fluid. Use of any other
hydraulic fluid may seriously damage hydraulic system and
will void warranty.
4. Open the orange handle
shut-off valve located on the
hydraulic pressure hose.
Handle should be in line with
hose. Figure 3 shows the handle in the open position.
5. Turn the Pressure
Adjustment Knob counterclockwise (as viewed from top)
to lowest pressure setting. See
Figure 3.
6. Open the Pressure Bleed
Valve by turning it counterclockwise. This relieves pressure. See Figure 4.
A. Your new sprayer was
tested at the factory with
mineral spirits. You must
clean the system before
spraying to avoid contam
CLEANING A CLOGGED TIP
1. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure above.
2. If tip clogs, rotate tip handle 180° until arrow on handle is facing
the opposite of spray direction and clicks in reverse position.
3. Trigger gun once so that the pressure can blow the clog out.
NEVER use the tip in the reverse position for more than ONE trigger pull at a time. This procedure can be repeated until the tip is
free of clogging.
WARNING: THE FLOW FROM THE SPRAY TIP IS AT VERY
HIGH PRESSURE. CONTACT WITH ANY BODY PART MAY BE
DANGEROUS. DO NOT PLACE FINGER ON GUN OUTLET. DO
NOT POINT THE GUN AT ANY PERSON. NEVER OPERATE
THE SPRAY GUN WITHOUT THE PROPER TIP GUARD.
Shut off
Valve
Figure 3
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MAINTENANCE
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Use of Titan/Speeflo's Coolflo™
Hydraulic Fluid is mandatory in the PowrTwin 5500™ hydraulic
system. Do not use any other hydraulic fluid. Use of any other
hydraulic fluid will seriously damage hydraulic system and
void warranty.
1. Check the hydraulic fluid daily. It should read "Full" on the dipstick. If it is low, add only Titan/Speeflo Coolflo™ Hydraulic Fluid,
Part # 430-361. Never add or change hydraulic fluid except in a
clean dust free area. Contamination of the hydraulic fluid will shorten Hydraulic pump life and may void warranty.
FIGURE 4
COLOR CHANGE / CLEAN OUT
CAUTION: USE ONLY COMPATIBLE SOLVENTS WHEN CLEANING OUT OIL BASED ENAMELS, LACQUERS, COAL TAR, AND
EPOXIES. CHECK WITH THE FLUID MANUFACTURER FOR A
RECOMMENDED SOLVENT.
1. Reduce pressure by turning the Pressure Adjustment Knob and
the Pressure Bleed Valve on the bleed line counterclockwise.
Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure above. The Pressure Bleed
Valve should be turned counterclockwise at least three full turns.
2. Pull syphon tube out of material container.
3. Remove spray tip from gun. Hold gun trigger open until material
flow stops.
4. Put syphon tube into wash solvent or water as applicable, and
operate pump slowly at low pressure until solvent flows freely from
Pressure Bleed valve line.
5. Close Pressure Bleed Valve and hold gun trigger open until solvent flows freely from gun. If solvent is not too dirty, recirculate it by
flowing gun stream back into solvent container. Use additional
clean solvent and repeat procedure if necessary.
6. Check gun strainer screen and pump outlet filter screen daily.
Use 50 mesh screens with spray tip size .018 and larger. Use 100
or 200 mesh screens with spray tip sizes .015 and smaller.
7. Replace paint filter cap to maximum clockwise rotation. The filter cover should be hand removable after the first or second use
with new Teflon O-Ring. IMPORTANT: O-Ring must have Teflon
backup washer to seal properly.
8. If unit has been spraying a water soluble material, flush with
water and then repeat procedure with mineral spirits or Varsol
solvent.
9. Wash spray tip in solvent. Blow tip clean with air pressure
directed through the tip in the reverse direction.
FIGURE 5
2. Change the hydraulic fluid every six months. Drain old fluid from
tank and fill with 5 quarts of Titan/Speeflo Coolflo™ Hydraulic
Fluid. Start operation of the system at just enough pressure to
operate the fluid pump. Run the system at this low pressure for at
least 5 minutes. This removes air from the system. Check the fluid
level after this procedure.
3. The Hydraulic System has an external replaceable Hydraulic
Filter. Change the filter every six months.
4. The Hydraulic Pump should not be serviced in the field. If service on the Hydraulic Pump is required, it must be returned to
Titan/Speeflo.
GENERAL FLUID PUMP MAINTENANCE
If the paint pump is going to be out of service for an extended period of time, it is recommended that following cleanup a kerosene
and oil mixture be introduced as a preservative. Packings may tend
to dry out from lack of use. This is particularly true of the upper
packing set for which upper packing lubricant, Piston Lube,
Titan/Speeflo Part # 700-925, is recommended in normal usage. A
sample of Lubrisolv accompanies each new unit. Do not substitute
water or paint solvent for Lubrisolv. Ordinary oil may contaminate
the paint material and is not recommended.
If the paint pump has been out of service for an extended period of time, it may be necessary to prime the suction by pouring
some of the paint solvent into the inlet syphon tube to restart. It is
extremely important that the threads on the inlet syphon hose coupling are properly sealed. Any air leakage will produce erratic operation of pump and may damage the system. The up and the down
strokes should be approximately equal in time. That is, one should
not be faster than the other. A fast up or down stroke may indicate
air in the system or malfunctioning valve or seats. See the
Troubleshooting Guide.
11
HYDRAULIC MOTOR & FLUID PUMP SERVICE
See Page 22 for maintenance and service instructions on the reciprocating hydraulic motor and Page 26 for the fluid pump.
BASIC ENGINE MAINTENANCE
• For detailed engine maintenance and technical specifications
refer to the separate Honda engine manual.
• All service to the engine should be performed by an authorized
Honda Power Equipment dealer. To locate a dealer in your area,
look in the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory under
Gasoline Engines, Garden & Lawn Equipment & Supplies,
Lawnmowers, etc.
• The Honda engine is warranted exclusively by American Honda
Motor Co., Inc.
• Use a premium quality motor oil certified to meet or exceed U.S.
Automotive requirement SG.SF/CC.CD. SAE 10W30 is recommended for general all temperature use. Other viscosities may be
required in other climates.
• Use only a (NGK) BP6ES or BPR6E spark plug. Gap the plug to
0.028 to 0.031 In. (0.7 to 0.8 mm) Always use a spark plug
wrench.
DAILY: Check engine oil level. Fill as necessary. Check gasoline
level. Fill as necessary.
WARNING: FOLLOW FUELING PROCEDURE ON PAGE 10
FIRST 20 HOURS: Change engine oil.
EVERY 100 HOURS: Change engine oil.
WEEKLY: Remove the air filter cover and clean the element. In
very dusty environments, check the filter daily. Replace the element as needed. Replacement elements can be purchased from
your local Honda dealer.
ENGINE OPERATION AND SERVICE
1. Clean and oil air filter pad on gasoline engine every 25 hours or
once weekly. Do not permit the air intake screen around the fly
wheel of the gas engine to load up with paint or trash. Clean it regularly. The service life and efficiency of the gas engine model
depends upon keeping the gasoline engine running properly.
Change the oil in the engine every 100 hours. Failure to observe
this may result in engine overheating. Consult the engine manufacturer's service manual provided.
2. To conserve fuel, service life, and efficiency of the unit always
operate the gasoline engine at the lowest RPM at which it runs
smoothly without laboring and delivers the amount required for the
particular painting operation. Higher RPM does not produce higher
working pressure. The gasoline engine is connected to the
hydraulic pump by a pulley combination designed to produce full
paint delivery of 2.0 GPM at 3600 RPM.
3. The warranty on gasoline engines or electric motors is limited to
the original manufacturer.
IMPORTANT ELECTRIC MOTOR INFORMATION
WARNING: If electric motor overloads and stops running,
IMMEDIATELY turn the motor off and follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure on Page 10. Wait until the motor cools
(approximately 30 minutes). Then push in the bubble top,
manual reset button, turn the motor on and pressurize the
system.
For CSA approved units only:
The ON / OFF switch is also the RESET!
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PowrTwin 5500™ Major Components
GAS MODELS
1
6
7
2
4
3
5
GAS MODELS
ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
1
2
3
4
235-143
506-130
5
6
7
930-515
840-211
103-826
DESCRIPTION
Motor/Pump Assembly
Hydraulic System
Cart Assembly
Convertokit, 5.5 HP, Honda,
Gasoline
Filter Assembly, Outlet Manifold
Bleed Line Assembly w/Valve
Syphon Hose Assembly,
1" x 4-1/2"
16
HONDA
449-700
CSA
HONDA
449-709
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PowrTwin 5500™
DC - Electric Convertokits
DC - ELECTRIC CONVERTOKITS
508-211
115 V
ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
1
1a
1b
978-350
978-351
978-384
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
860-501
860-002
977-225
449-170
590-068
335-017
860-004
860-535
860-552
449-192
747-951
449-181
DESCRIPTION
QTY
Motor, DC-Electric, 2 HP, 50 / 60 Hz, 115 V
Motor, DC-Electric, 2 HP, 50 / 60 Hz, 220 V
Motor, DC-Electric, 2 HP, 50 / 60 Hz, 115 V
CSA approved
Nut Stop
Washer, Lock
Pulley
Mount, Plate
Grip, Handle
Handle
Washer, Flat
Screw
Screw
Shield, Motor Shaft
Decal Identification Kit (FRENCH)
Belt (Not illustrated)
*Not part of this assembly
18
508-205
CSA
115 V
QTY
508-210
220 V
QTY
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
8
2
2
*
4
4
1
1
1
1
8
2
2
1
1
*
4
4
1
1
1
1
8
2
2
*
PowrTwin 5500™
Electric Convertokits - Service Instructions
WARNING: Before servicing the electric motor, follow the Pressure Relief Procedure on Page 10. Once you have completed this
procedure, unplug the power supply cord. Failure to reduce pressure can result in serious injury. Observe all warnings.
Note: Brushes should be replaced when they are worn to less than
1/2 inch. Check and replace both brushes at the same time. Brush
Repair Kit, Part No. 978-050, consists of: 2 brushes, 2 springs, and
2 clips.
1. Remove both inspection covers on Motor. See Figure 1.
FIGURE 3
4. Inspect the commutator for burning, excessive pitting or gouging.
A black color on the commutator is normal.
5. Install the new brush so its lead slides in the long slot of the
brush holder. Push the terminal under the terminal screw washer.
Insure the motor lead is still connected at the screw. Tighten the
FIGURE 1
2. Push in the Spring Clip to unhook it and then pull it out. See
Figure 2.
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 2
3. Loosen the terminal screw. Pull the brush lead away, but leave
the motor lead in place. Remove the brush and spring.
See Figure 3.
screw. See Figure 4.
6. Place the spring on the brush as shown in Figure 4. Push in and
hook the spring clip. Repeat this procedure for the other side.
Reinstall the inspection covers.
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PowrTwin 5500™
Hydraulic Motor
ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
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
27a
235-018
141-007
325-005
569-016
441-908
441-152
235-030
441-217
858-811
818-002
235-112
431-032
431-053
431-054
192-000
235-022
235-014
235-027
235-026
235-021
235-948
235-001
235-007
235-028
235-929
235-029
197-031
431-019
Retainer, Trip
O-Ring
Spring, Trip
Ball, SS
Spool / Sleeve Set
O-Ring
Plug, Cylinder Head
O-Ring
Nut, Flex Lock
Elbow, Street, 90O
Cylinder Head
O-Ring
Retainer, Sleeve
Ring, Retainer
Elbow
Screw, Piston Retainer
Piston
Seal, Piston
O-Ring
Valve Rod Assembly
Piston Rod
Ring, Lock
Cylinder
Seal, Rod
Motor Pump Block
Tube, Motor
Tee
O-Ring
solvent and will severely damage seals and O-Rings of the
hydraulic motor.
QUANTITY
2
2
2
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Gently push the Spool Sleeve Set (5) into Cylinder Head (11) using
a nylon driver and a rubber mallet until sleeve has reached its full
depth. Do not use any other type of tool that might leave particles
or residue.
2. Install O-Rings (2) on Trip Retainers (1). Install the Trip Retainer
Balls (4) followed by Springs (3) which, when installed, will hold the
Spool (5) in proper place for assembly.
3. Install Sleeve Retainer (13) followed by Snap Ring (14) in
Cylinder Head (11) which will hold valve sleeve in place. Install ORing (12) in O-Ring groove of cylinder head.
4. Replace Lower Seal (24) in Motor Block (25). Be sure the open
portion of the seal is facing upward (V). This seal requires no special tool.
5. Place Piston Rod (21) in vise. Inspect Valve Rod Assembly (20)
for any damage. Make sure the lock nut at the bottom of the Valve
Rod Assembly (20) is secure. DO NOT remove. Then place into
Piston Rod (21) as illustrated. Install O-Ring (19), lubricating it well
and replacing Piston (17) onto Piston Rod (21). Put one drop of
blue Loctite on the Piston Retainer Screw (16). Tighten piston
retainer screw until piston is locked into place. Check Valve Rod
Assembly (20) for normal spring action at this time.
6. Install Piston Seal (18) with lips facing downward. Carefully
install The Piston Seal (18). Expand the ring and stretch it sufficiently for installation.
7. With Motor Pump Block (25) still in vise, install Lower Seal (24)
by pushing it towards its groove with a properly sized blunt rod.
Then complete installation with the fingers. No tool is necessary.
Do not twist the seal.
8. Prelubricate the piston and valve rod assembly with Coolflo™
Hydraulic Fluid, Part No. 430-361. Install Piston Rod (21) into
REASSEMBLY OF HYDRAULIC MOTOR
1. Replace O-Rings (6) onto Sleeve (5) after lubricating these parts
with oil.
CAUTION: Do not use Piston Lube pump packing lubricant. It is a
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PowrTwin 5500™ Fluid
Pump Service Instructions
IMPORTANT: USE OF NON-SPEEFLO MANUFACTURED SERVICE PARTS MAY VOID WARRANTY.
ASK FOR ORIGINAL PARTS MADE BY SPEEFLO
FOR BEST SERVICES. The 143 Series Pump should
receive a routine servicing after approximately 1,000
hours of use. Earlier servicing is required if there is
excessive leakage from the top packing or if pump
strokes become faster on one stroke or the other. The
use of Titan/Speeflo Piston Lube, Part # 700-925, is
recommended as an upper packing lubricant. DO NOT
SUBSTITUTE OIL, WATER, OR SOLVENT for an upper
packing lubricant.
DISASSEMBLY
1. Remove Syphon Assembly. Unthread Foot Valve (15)
and Pump Cylinder (11) with strap wrench.
2. Slide the Retainer Ring (1) up with a small screwdriver, then push the Connecting Rod Pin (2) out.
3. Pull Displacement Rod (6) through lower cavity of
Pump Block.
4. Remove Pump Block Teflon O-Ring (3), Packing
Spring (5), and Packing Set (4).
5. Hold Displacement Rod (6) in vise by the flats at top
of rod and remove Piston Seat (10) with wrench while
holding displacement rod horizontal with wooden support
if necessary. Remove Piston Ball (9), Packing Set (4),
Lower Packing Spring (8) and Spring Retainer (7).
6. Remove Ball Stop Cage (13), Teflon O-Ring (3) and
Foot Valve Ball (14).
7. Replace Connecting Rod Pin (2) and Retainer Ring
(1) .
8. Remove O-Ring (12) from Pump Cylinder (11)
REASSEMBLY
NOTE: USE TEFLON TAPE ON ALL THREADED PIPE CONNECTIONS.
1. Install Pump Cylinder O-Ring (3) and (12) into O-Ring groove
of Pump Cylinder (11 ) and O-Ring (3) into Pump Block.
2. Place O-Ring (3) into Foot Valve (15).
3. Place Foot Valve Ball (14) in Foot Valve (15) and install Ball
Stop Cage (13).
4. Connect Foot Valve (15) to Pump Cylinder (11). Place Packing
Set (4) over Piston Seat (10). CAUTION: Peak of V packing must
point down toward Foot Valve (15). Place Piston Ball (9) on
Piston Seat (10). Follow with Lower Packing Spring (8) and
Spring Retainer (7). Thread Displacement Rod (6) onto Piston
Seat (10) tightly using red Loctite.
5. Insert Packing Set (4) into Pump Block. CAUTION: Peak of “V”
packing must point up toward motor. Place Upper Packing Spring
(5) (small end toward packing) into the lower cavity of Pump
Block behind Upper Packing Set (4).
6. Insert Displacement Rod (6) through lower cavity of Pump
Block. Rotate Displacement Rod until holes in Displacement Rod
and hydraulic piston rod line up.
7. Push Cylinder (11) over Packings (4) and connect to Pump
Block. CAUTION: O-Ring (3), and Packing Spring (5) must be in
place before connecting Cylinder (11) to Pump Block.
8. Attach syphon assembly.
ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
*
235-929
Pump Block
1
*(See item No.m25 On Hydraulic Motor Assembly)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
25
143-019
143-120
145-031
138-153
142-004
143-117
138-001
142-003
138-225
143-945
143-822
140-009
145-032
920-103
143-998
Retainer Ring
Connector Rod Pin
O-Ring, Teflon
Packing Set, Leather/UHMPWPE/Steel
Packing Spring, SS
Displacement Rod, Severe Service 500
Spring Retainer
Packing Spring, SS
Ball, SS
Piston, Seat
Cylinder, Pump, Severe Service 500
O-Ring
Ball Cage, SS
Ball, SS
Foot Valve Assembly
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
840-211 BLEED LINE ASSEMBLY WITH VALVE
Inlet Accessories
Hoses and Valves
ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
1
944-620
Bleed Valve
1
2
103-111
Bleed Line Assembly
1
3
539-078
Hose Assembly
1
4
103-117
Tube
1
ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
944-005
Knob
1
2
860-721
Nut, Lock
1
3
944-023
Valve Stem
1
5
944-004
O-Ring
1
6
944-026
Valve Stem Stop
1
7
569-170
Ball, T.C.
1
8
945-003
Gasket, Copper
1
9
944-904
Valve Seat
1
944-620 BLEED VALVE ASSEMBLY
QUANTITY
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
The 944-620 Series Bleed Valve has a Tungsten Carbide Seat (9) and should not require frequent replacement. The Tungsten Carbide Ball
(7), in normal service, will last a long time because it rotates and wears evenly. If there is leakage, replace the ball. CAUTION: Open the
Adjustment Knob (1), to full counterclockwise position before unthreading Valve Seat (9), from Valve Body (4). If the Valve Stem (3) is rotated
inwardly with me ball removed, the Teflon O-Ring (5), may require replacement. If mere has been leakage from the valve stem, the Teflon ORing should be replaced. IMPORTANT: The Valve Stem Stop (6), must be unthreaded from the Valve Stem (3), with a socket screwdriver,
then the valve stem can be threaded out of the Valve Body. CAUTION: All non-moving threads must be assembled with Loctite Sealant,
Speeflo Part # 426-051.
SYPHON HOSE ASSEMBLY
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ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
2a
3
4
5
6
7
103-627
103-575
103-585
103-679
420-700
103-125
103-119
194-761
Rock Catcher
Tube
Tube
Hose Clamp
Hose
Spring
Clip
Adapter
103-826
QTY
103-827
QTY
1
1
1
2
4.5'
1
1
1
1
2
6.5'
1
1
1
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Tool Inc. will for a period of twelve months (twenty-four months on
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