Owner’s Manual
For professional use only
Do not use this equipment before reading this manual!
690GXC Airless Sprayer
Model Numbers:
Low Rider Bare
High Rider Bare
Low Rider Complete
High Rider Complete
Printed in the U. S. A.
755-2000
755-2002
755-2001
755-2003
NOTE: This manual contains important warnings
and instructions. Please read and retain for
reference.
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Table of Contents
• NEVER put your hand in front of the gun. Gloves will not
provide protection against an injection injury.
• ALWAYS lock the gun trigger, shut the pump off, and
release all pressure before servicing, cleaning the tip or
guard, changing tip, or leaving unattended. Pressure will
not be released by turning off the motor. The
PRIME/SPRAY valve must be turned to PRIME to relieve
the pressure. Refer to the PRESSURE RELIEF
PRESSURE described in the pump manual.
• ALWAYS keep the tip guard in place while spraying. The
tip guard provides some protection but is mainly a
warning device.
• ALWAYS remove the spray tip before flushing or cleaning
the system.
• The paint hose can develop leaks from wear, kinking and
abuse. A leak can inject material into the skin. Inspect
the hose before each use.
• NEVER use a spray gun without a trigger lock and trigger
guard in place and in good working order.
• All accessories must be rated at or above 3200 PSI/221
BAR. This includes spray tips, guns, extensions, and
hose.
Safety Precautions ..................................................................2
Français ...............................................................................12
Español................................................................................14
General Description ................................................................4
Operation .................................................................................4
Pre-Start ................................................................................4
Purging and Priming ..............................................................4
Operating the Spray Gun ......................................................5
Pressure Relief Procedure ....................................................5
Spraying ...................................................................................6
Spraying Technique ...............................................................6
Practice..................................................................................6
Cleanup ....................................................................................7
Flushing the Unit ...................................................................7
Maintenance ............................................................................7
General Repair and Service Notes .......................................7
Daily Maintenance .................................................................8
Spray Gun Maintenance........................................................8
Accessories .............................................................................9
Troubleshooting ....................................................................10
Airless Pump .......................................................................10
Airless Gun ..........................................................................10
Spray Patterns .....................................................................11
Parts Lists and Service Instructions...................................16
Main Assembly ....................................................................16
Engine Assembly .................................................................17
Gear Box Assembly .............................................................18
Fluid Section Assembly .......................................................20
Siphon Assembly .................................................................21
Filter Block Assembly ..........................................................22
Low Rider Frame Assembly ................................................23
High Rider Frame Assembly................................................23
Warranty.................................................................................24
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN:
Injection into the skin is a traumatic injury. It is
important to treat the injury as soon as possible. DO
NOT delay treatment to research toxicity. Toxicity is a
concern with some coatings injected directly into the
blood stream. Consultation with a plastic surgeon or
reconstructive hand surgeon may be advisable.
HAZARD: EXPLOSION OR FIRE - Solvent and paint fumes
can explode or ignite. Severe injury and/or
property damage can occur.
PREVENTION:
• Provide extensive exhaust and fresh air introduction to
keep the air within the spray area free from accumulation
of flammable vapors.
• Avoid all ignition sources such as static electric sparks,
open flames, pilot lights, and hot objects. Connecting or
disconnecting power cords or working light switches can
make sparks.
• Do not smoke in spray area.
• Fire extinguisher must be present and in good working
order.
• Place paint pump in a well ventilated area. Flammable
vapors are often heavier than air. Floor area must be
extremely well ventilated. The paint pump contains arcing
parts that emit spark and can ignite vapors.
• The equipment and objects in and around the spray area
must be properly grounded to prevent static sparks.
• Use only conductive or grounded high pressure fluid hose.
Gun must be grounded through hose connections.
• Power cord must be connected to a grounded circuit
(electric models only).
• Always flush unit into a separate metal container, at low
pump pressure, with spray tip removed. Hold gun firmly
against side of container to ground container and prevent
static sparks.
• Follow the material and solvent manufacturer's warnings
and instructions.
• Use extreme caution when using materials with a
flashpoint below 70° F (21° C). Flashpoint is the
temperature that a fluid can produce enough vapors to
ignite.
• Plastic can cause static sparks. Never hang plastic to
enclose a spray area. Do not use plastic drop cloths
when spraying flammable materials.
• Use lowest possible pressure to flush equipment.
Safety Precautions
This manual contains information that must be read and
understood before using the equipment. When you come to an
area that has one of the following symbols, pay particular
attention and make certain to heed the safeguard.
WARNING
This symbol indicates a potential hazard that may cause
serious injury or loss of life. Important safety information
will follow.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates a potential hazard to you or to the
equipment. Important information that tells how to prevent
damage to the equipment or how to avoid causes of minor
injuries will follow.
NOTE: Notes give important information which should
be given special attention.
WARNING
HAZARD: Injection injury - A high pressure stream
produced by this equipment can pierce the skin
and underlying tissues, leading to serious
injury and possible amputation. See a
physician immediately.
DO NOT TREAT AN INJECTION INJURY AS A SIMPLE CUT!
Injection can lead to amputation. See a physician
immediately.
The maximum operating range of the pump is 3200
PSI/221BAR fluid pressure.
PREVENTION:
• NEVER aim the gun at any part of the body.
• NEVER allow any part of the body to touch the fluid stream.
DO NOT allow body to touch a leak in the fluid hose.
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Gasoline Engine Safety
GAS ENGINE (WHERE APPLICABLE)
Always place pump outside of structure in fresh air. Keep all
solvents away from the engine exhaust. Never fill fuel tank
with a running or hot engine. Hot surface can ignite spilled
fuel. Always attach ground wire from pump unit to a grounded
object, such as a metal water pipe. Refer to engine owner’s
manual for complete safety information.
HAZARD: EXPLOSION HAZARD DUE TO INCOMPATIBLE
MATERIALS - Will cause severe injury or
property damage.
PREVENTION:
• Do not use materials containing bleach or chlorine.
• Do not use halogenated hydrocarbon solvents such as
mildewcide, methylene chloride and 1,1,1 trichloroethane. They are not compatible with aluminum.
• Contact your coating supplier about the compatibility of
material with aluminum.
HAZARD: HAZARDOUS VAPORS - Paints, solvents,
insecticides, and other materials can be
harmful if inhaled or come in contact with the
body. Vapors can cause severe nausea,
fainting, or poisoning.
PREVENTION:
• Use a respirator or mask if vapors can be inhaled. Read
all instructions supplied with the mask to be sure it will
provide the necessary protection.
• Wear protective eyewear.
• Wear protective clothing as required by coating
manufacturer.
HAZARD: GENERAL - This product can cause severe
injury or property damage.
PREVENTION:
• Read all instructions and safety precautions before
operating equipment.
• Always disconnect the motor from the power supply
before working on the equipment (electric models only).
• Follow all appropriate local, state, and national codes
governing ventilation, fire prevention, and operation.
• The United States Government Safety Standards have
been adopted under the Occupational Safety and Health
Act (OSHA). These standards, particularly part 1910 of
the General Standards and part 1926 of the Construction
Standards, should be consulted.
• Use only manufacturer authorized parts. User assumes
all risks and liabilities when using parts that do not meet
the minimum specifications and safety devices of the
pump manufacturer.
• Before each use, check all hoses for cuts, leaks, abrasion
or bulging of cover. Check for damage or movement of
couplings. Immediately replace the hose if any of these
conditions exist. Never repair a paint hose. Replace it
with another grounded high-pressure hose.
• All hoses, swivels, guns, and accessories must be
pressure rated at or above 3200PSI/221 BAR.
• Do not spray outdoors on windy days.
• Wear clothing to keep paint off skin and hair.
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WARNING
The engine exhaust from this unit contains chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects, or other reproductive harm.
1. Gasoline engines are designed to give safe and
dependable service if operated according to instructions.
Read and understand the engine manufacturer’s 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 the tank.
WARNING
DO NOT use this equipment to spray water or acid.
CAUTION
Do not lift by cart handle when loading or unloading.
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General Description
Purging and Priming
This piston pump is a precision power tool used for spraying
many types of materials. Read and follow this instruction
manual carefully for proper operating instructions,
maintenance, and safety information.
WARNING
Always keep the trigger lock on the spray gun in the
locked position while purging the system.
If this unit is new, it is shipped with test fluid in the fluid section
to prevent corrosion during shipment and storage. This fluid
must be thoroughly cleaned out of the system before you
begin spraying.
If it is already in service, you will need to purge the water or
solvent used in cleanup.
Engine
Gas Tank
Pressure
Control Knob
Electrical
Box
Paint Filter
Purging and Priming the Pump for Latex Paint
Add Piston
Lube here
Pump
ON/OFF
Switch
1. Secure the return hose into a waste container.
2. Place the suction tube into a container of the appropriate
solvent.
3. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise its
lowest pressure setting.
4. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY valve down to the PRIME
position.
5. Move the pump ON/OFF switch to the ON position.
6. Move the engine ON/OFF switch to the ON position.
Choke
7. Start the engine:
Throttle
a. Open the fuel shut-off
lever.
b. Move the throttle lever
away from the gas tank.
c. Close the engine choke
lever.
Fuel Shut-Off
Lever
d. Holding the frame with
one hand, pull the starter rope rapidly and firmly.
Continue to hold the rope as you let it return. Pull and
return the rope until the engine starts.
8. Slowly turn the pressure control knob clockwise to
increase the pressure until fluid starts to come out of the
return hose. Use only enough pressure to keep the fluid
coming out.
9. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise to
its lowest setting when the test fluid is purged and solvent
is coming out of the return hose.
10. Remove the container of solvent from the suction tube
and replace it with a bucket of clear water.
11. Increase the pressure to the minimum necessary to keep
fluid flowing until clear water is coming out of the return hose.
12. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise to
its lowest setting.
13. Remove the bucket of water from under the suction tube
and replace it with a container of latex paint.
14. Increase the pressure slowly until paint is coming through
the return hose.
15. Remove the return hose from the waste container and
place it in its operating position above the container of
latex paint.
16. Keep circulating the paint through the system until the
paint coming out of the return hose is free of air bubbles.
17. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise to
its lowest setting.
The pump is now purged. Skip to Purging and Priming the
Spray Hose.
Pail Hook
PRIME/SPRAY
Valve
Fluid Section
Siphon Down
Tube
Outlet
Fitting
Operation
WARNING
This equipment produces a fluid stream at extremely high
pressure. Read and understand the warnings in the
Safety Precautions section at the front of this manual
before operating this equipment.
Pre-Start
Perform the following procedure before starting the gas
engine.
1. Ensure that the suction set and the return hose are
attached and secure.
2. Attach a minimum of 50’ of airless spray hose to the unit.
3. Attach an airless spray gun to the spray hose. Do not
attach the tip to the spray gun yet. Remove the tip if it is
already attached.
WARNING
Make sure all airless hoses and spray guns are
electrically grounded and rated for at least 3200 psi (220
bar) fluid pressure.
4. Turn the pressure control knob fully
counterclockwise to its lowest pressure
setting.
5. Make sure the engine ON/OFF switch is
in its OFF position.
6. Fill the wet cup with one tablespoon of
Piston Lube.
CAUTION
Purging and Priming for Solvent-Based Paint
1. Secure the return hose into a waste container.
2. Place the suction tube into a container of the appropriate
solvent.
3. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise to
its lowest pressure setting.
4. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY valve down to the PRIME
position.
Never operate unit for more than ten seconds without
fluid. Operating this unit without fluid will cause
unnecessary wear to the packings.
7. Check the engine oil level. The gasoline engine oil level
is determined by the manufacturer. Refer to the engine
manufacturer's service manual (supplied).
8. Close the fuel shut-off lever and fill the gas tank with
gasoline. Use only high quality, unleaded gasoline.
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5. Move the pump ON/OFF switch to the ON position.
6. Move the engine ON/OFF switch to the ON position.
Choke
7. Start the engine:
Throttle
a. Open the fuel shut-off
lever.
b. Move the throttle lever
away from the gas tank.
c. Close the engine choke
lever.
Fuel Shut-Off
Lever
d. Holding the frame with
one hand, pull the starter
rope rapidly and firmly. Continue to hold the rope as
you let it return. Pull and return the rope until the
engine starts.
8. Slowly turn the pressure control knob clockwise to
increase the pressure until fluid starts to come out of the
return hose. Use only enough pressure to keep the fluid
coming out.
9. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise to
its lowest setting when the test fluid is purged and solvent
is coming out of the return hose.
10. Remove the container of solvent from under the suction
tube and replace it with a container of solvent-based paint.
11. Increase the pressure slowly until paint is coming through
the return hose.
12. Remove the return hose from the waste container and
place it in its operating position above the container of
solvent-based paint.
13. Keep circulating the paint through the system until the
paint coming out of the return hose is free of air bubbles.
14. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise to
its lowest setting.
The pump is now purged. Go to Purging and Priming the
Spray Hose.
WARNING
Be sure to follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure” outlined
in this section when shutting the unit down for any
purpose, including servicing or adjusting any part of the
spray system, changing or cleaning spray tips, or
preparing for cleanup.
9. Unlock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the
unlocked position.
10. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise to
its lowest pressure setting.
11. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY valve down to the PRIME
position and trigger the gun into the waste container to be
sure that no pressure is left in the hose.
12. Lock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the locked
position.
Operating the Spray Gun
WARNING
POSSIBLE INJECTION HAZARD. Do not spray without the
tip guard in place. Never trigger the gun unless the tip is
in either the spray or the unclog position. Always engage
the gun trigger lock before removing, replacing or
cleaning tip.
Preparing to Spray
1. Move the pump ON/OFF switch to the OFF position.
2. Make sure the gun trigger lock is in the locked position.
3. Attach tip guard and tip to the gun as instructed by the tip
guard or tip manuals.
4. Move the pump ON/OFF switch to the ON position.
5. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY valve up to the SPRAY position.
6. Test the spray pattern on a piece of cardboard. Adjust the
pressure control knob until the spray from the gun is
completely atomized.
Purging and Priming the Spray Hose
After the pump is purged and primed, you must do the same
for the spray hose.
Pressure Relief Procedure
NOTE: Make sure that the spray gun does not have a
tip installed.
WARNING
WARNING
Be sure to follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure” when
shutting the unit down for any purpose, including
servicing or adjusting any part of the spray system,
changing or cleaning spray tips, or preparing for cleanup.
If a metal container is used, ground the
gun by holding it against the edge of
the container while flushing. Failure to
do so may lead to a static electric
discharge which may cause a fire.
1. Lock the gun by turning the gun
trigger lock to the locked position.
2. Move the pump ON/OFF switch to
the OFF position.
3. Move the engine ON/OFF switch to
the OFF position.
Trigger lock
4. Turn the pressure control knob
in locked position.
counterclockwise to its lowest
setting.
5. Unlock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the
unlocked position.
6. Hold the metal part of the gun firmly to
the side of a metal container to ground
the gun and avoid a build up of static
electricity.
7. Trigger the gun to remove any
pressure that may still be in the hose.
8. Lock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the locked
position.
9. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY valve down to the PRIME
position.
1. Turn the pressure control knob fully
counterclockwise to its lowest pressure setting.
2. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY valve up to the SPRAY position.
3. Unlock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the
unlocked position.
4. Turn the pressure control knob slowly clockwise to
increase pressure.
5. Trigger the gun into a waste container until all air, water,
or solvent is purged from the spray hose and paint is
flowing freely.
6. Lock the gun by turning the gun
trigger lock to the locked position.
7. Set down the gun and allow the unit
to pressurize.
8. Check the entire system for leaks.
If leaks occur, follow the Pressure
Trigger lock
Relief Procedure in this manual
in locked position.
before tightening any fittings or
hoses.
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Spraying
Overlap edges
WARNING
POSSIBLE INJECTION HAZARD. Do not spray without the
tip guard in place. Never trigger the gun unless the tip is
in either the spray or the unclog position. Always engage
the gun trigger lock before removing, replacing, or
cleaning tip.
Spraying Technique
The following techniques, if followed, will assure professional
painting results.
Hold the gun perpendicular to the surface and always at equal
distance from the surface. Depending on the type of material,
surface, or desired spray pattern, the gun should be held at a
distance of 12 to 14 inches (30 to 35 cm).
Move the gun either across or up and down the surface at a
steady rate. Moving the gun at a consistent speed conserves
material and provides even coverage. The correct spraying speed
allows a full, wet coat of paint to be applied without runs or sags.
Holding the gun closer to the surface deposits more paint on
the surface and produces a narrower spray pattern. Holding
the gun farther from the surface produces a thinner coat and
wider spray pattern. If runs, sags, or excessive paint occur,
change to a spray tip with a smaller orifice. If there is an
insufficient amount of paint on the surface or you desire to
spray faster, a larger orifice tip should be selected.
Maintain uniform spray stroke action. Spray alternately from
left to right and right to left. Begin movement of the gun before
the trigger is pulled.
start
stroke
pull
trigger
release
trigger
1st
pass
2nd
pass
3rd
pass
4th
pass
5th
pass
For corners and edges,
split the center of the
spray pattern on the
corner or edge and spray
vertically so that both
adjoining sections receive
approximately even
amounts of paint.
If conditions are windy, angle the
spray pattern into the wind to
minimize drifting. Work from
ground to roof. Do not attempt
to spray if wind is excessive.
When spraying with a shield,
hold it firmly against the surface. Angle the spray gun slightly
away from the shield and toward the surface. This will prevent
paint from being forced underneath.
Shrubs next to houses should be tied back and covered with a
canvas cloth. The cloth should be removed as soon as
possible. Titan gun extensions are extremely helpful in these
situations.
Nearby objects such as automobiles, outdoor furniture, etc.
should be moved or covered whenever in the vicinity of a
spray job. Be careful of any other surrounding objects that
could be damaged by overspray.
end
stroke
Avoid arcing or holding the gun at an angle. This will result in
an uneven finish.
Offspray
Practice
1. Be sure that the paint hose is free of kinks and clear of
objects with sharp cutting edges.
2. Turn the pressure control knob counterclockwise to its to
its lowest setting.
3. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY valve up to its SPRAY position.
4. Turn the pressure control knob clockwise to its highest
setting. The paint hose should stiffen as paint begins to
flow through it.
5. Unlock the gun trigger lock.
6. Trigger the spray gun to bleed air out of the hose.
7. When paint reaches the spray tip, spray a test area to
check the spray pattern.
Too Thick
Arcing
Gun at angle
Proper lapping (overlap of spray pattern) is essential to an
even finish. Lap each stroke. If you are spraying horizontally,
aim at the bottom edge of the preceding stroke, so as to lap
the previous pattern by 50%.
8. Use the lowest pressure
setting necessary to get a
good spray pattern. If the
pressure is set too high, the
spray pattern will be too light.
If the pressure is set too low,
tailing will appear or the paint
will spatter out in gobs rather
than in a fine spray.
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Good spray pattern
Paint tailing pattern
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Cleanup
Maintenance
WARNING
WARNING
Special cleanup instructions for use with flammable solvents:
• Always flush spray gun preferably outside and at least one
hose length from spray pump.
• If collecting flushed solvents in a one gallon metal
container, place it into an empty five gallon container, then
flush solvents.
• Area must be free of flammable vapors.
• Follow all cleanup instructions.
Before proceeding, follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure”
in the Operation section of this manual. Additionally,
follow all other warnings to reduce the risk of an injection
injury, injury from moving parts or electric shock. Always
unplug the sprayer before servicing!
General Repair and Service Notes
NOTE: Refer to the Parts Lists and Service
Instructions section of this manual for detailed
service instructions.
CAUTION
The following tools are needed when repairing this sprayer:
The pump, hose, and gun should be cleaned thoroughly
after daily use. Failure to do so permits material to cake,
seriously affecting the performance of the unit.
Phillips Screwdriver
3/8" Hex Wrench
Needle Nose Pliers
5/16" Hex Wrench
Adjustable Wrench
1/4" Hex Wrench
Rubber Mallet
3/16" Hex Wrench
Flat-blade Screwdriver
5/32” Hex Wrench
1/2" Open End Wrench
1. Before repairing any part of the sprayer, read the
instructions carefully, including all warnings.
2. When disconnecting wires, use needle nose pliers to
separate mating connectors.
WARNING
Always spray at minimum pressure with the gun nozzle tip
removed when using mineral spirits or any other solvent
to clean the pump, hose, or gun. Static electricity buildup
may result in a fire or explosion in the presence of
flammable vapors.
Flushing the Unit
Flush the unit with the solvent appropriate to the material
being used after daily use (use solvents at room temperature).
The unit should then be flushed again with mineral spirits.
For long term storage, flush the unit with an appropriate oil
before storing.
1. Follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure” found in the
Operation section of this manual.
2. Remove the gun tip and soak in a container filled with a
solution appropriate to the type of material being sprayed.
3. Check to be sure the pressure control knob is turned fully
counterclockwise to its lowest setting.
4. Prepare a container of solvent appropriate to the type of
material being sprayed.
5. Move the engine ON/OFF switch to the ON position and
start the engine.
6. Move the pump ON/OFF switch to the ON position.
7. Slowly turn the pressure control knob clockwise to increase
the pressure until fluid starts to come out of the return hose.
8. Tilt the siphon tube above the material container and allow
the unit to pump itself dry through the return hose.
9. Remove the material container and replace it with the
container of appropriate solvent.
10. Allow the appropriate solvent to circulate through the unit
for 2–3 minutes.
11. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise to
its lowest setting.
12. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY valve up to its SPRAY position.
13. Turn the pressure control knob clockwise to increase
pressure.
14. Hold the gun against the side of a metal container and
trigger the gun into the container until solvent comes out
and the pump, hose, and gun are clean.
15. Turn the pressure control knob fully counterclockwise to
its lowest setting.
16. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY valve to PRIME. Remove the
siphon tube from the solvent container.
17. Turn the pressure control knob clockwise to increase
pressure and allow the unit to pump itself dry through the
return tube.
18. Follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure” found in the
Operation section of this manual.
19. Store in a clean, dry area.
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CAUTION
Never pull on a wire to disconnect it. Pulling on a wire
could loosen the connector from the wire.
3. Test your repair before regular operation of the sprayer to
be sure that the problem is corrected. If the sprayer does
not operate properly, review the repair procedure to
determine if everything was done correctly. Refer to the
Troubleshooting Charts to help identify other possible
problems.
4. Make certain that the service area is well ventilated in
case solvents are used during cleaning. Always wear
protective eyewear while servicing. Additional protective
equipment may be required depending on the type of
cleaning solvent. Always contact the supplier of solvents
for recommendations.
5. If you have any further questions concerning your TITAN
Airless Sprayer, call TITAN:
Customer Service (U.S.) .......................1-800-526-5362
Fax ................................................1-800-528-4826
Customer Service (Canada) ..................1-800-565-8665
Fax ................................................ 1-905-856-8496
Customer Service (International)...........1-201-405-7520
Fax ................................................1-201-405-7449
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Replacing the Gun Filter
Daily Maintenance
1. Move the gun trigger lock to the unlocked position.
2. Loosen and remove the handle from the gun body.
3. Turning clockwise, unscrew the filter from the gun body.
Perform the following procedures daily.
Filling the Wet Cup Reservoir With Oil
Before you start to spray each day, put a tablespoon of piston
seal lubricant (Piston Lube) into the wet cup in the upper
pump housing.
NOTE: Left-handed threads require turning the filter
clockwise to remove. If the filter breaks off in
the pump block, use a small wood screw to
remove.
NOTE: Do not apply so much that it overflows and
drips into the paint.
4. Turning counterclockwise, screw the new or cleaned filter
into the gun body.
5. Make sure the handle seal is in position and thread the
handle into the gun body until secure.
6. Move the gun trigger lock to the locked position.
It is important to maintain lubricant in the wet cup to prevent
materials from adhering to the piston rod, which becomes
abrasive to the upper seals. Piston Lube (see the Accessories
section of this manual) will break down any material that may
accumulate in the wet cup and keep it from drying.
Cleaning the Intake Screen
1. Remove the intake screen
and clean with a solvent
appropriate to the type of
material being used.
Gun Body
Siphon Set
Intake Screen
Handle Seal
Filter
Spray Gun Maintenance
Handle
Cleaning the Spray Tip
1. Flush the gun with the appropriate solvent immediately
after the work is completed.
2. Oil the retractor pins to prevent them from seizing up.
Should the spray tip become clogged,
reverse the spray tip with the lever and
pull the trigger. Once the obstruction
comes out of the spray tip, release the
trigger, reverse the spray tip back to the
spray pattern setting, and resume
spraying.
NOTE: For more detail, part number information, and
assembly drawings at larger scale, please see
the LX -80 Professional Airless Gun Owner's
Manual (#313-012).
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Accessories
Airless Tip Selection
Tips are selected by the orifice size and fan width. The proper
selection is determined by the fan width required for a specific
job and by the orifice size that will supply the desired amount
of fluid and accomplish proper atomization.
For light viscosity fluids, smaller orifice tips generally are
desired. For heavier viscosity materials, larger orifice tips are
preferred. Please refer to the chart below.
NOTE: Do not exceed the pump's recommended tip
size.
The following chart indicates the most common sizes and the
appropriate materials to be sprayed.
Tip Size
Spray Material
Filter Type
.011 — .013 Laquers and stains
100 mesh filter
.015 — .019 Oil and latex
60 mesh filter
.021 — .023 Heavy bodied latex
30 mesh filter
Fan widths measuring 8" to 12" (20 to 30 cm) are most
preferred because they offer more control while spraying and
are less likely to plug.
Liquid Shield
Cleans and protects spray systems
against rust, corrosion and
premature wear.
Part No.
Description
700-888 ...........Case of 12
(1 quart bottles)
700-889 ...........1 Quart
Piston Lube
Specially formulated to prevent materials
from adhering to the piston rod, which
becomes abrasive to the upper seals.
Piston Lube will break down any material
that may accumulate in the wet cup and
keep it from drying.
Part No.
Description
700-925 ...........8 Ounce Individual
700-926 ...........1 Quart Individual
700-911 ...........Case of 12
(8 ounce bottles)
700-912 ...........Case of 12
(1 quart bottles)
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Troubleshooting
Airless Pump
Problem
Gas engine won't start
Cause
Solution
1. Engine switch not on
2. Engine oil level low
3. Out of gas
4. Spark plug cable disconnected or bad
plug
Pump won’t prime
1. Air leak in siphon hose
1. Turn on
2. Try starting engine. If light on rear glows, add
oil
3. Fill gas tank with gas
4. Connect or replace
2. Insufficient pressure
3. Clutch worn or damaged
1. Check siphon hose o-ring and/or let paint
circulate in with PRIME/SPRAY valve in the
PRIME position
2. Increase pressure
3. Replace the clutch
Insufficient material flow
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
No paint
Inlet screen clogged
Pump/gun filter clogged
Pump will not prime, material too heavy
Engine not tuned properly
Worn clutch
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Check supply
Clean
Clean and replace
Thin material
Tune engine
Service
Pump will not maintain
pressure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Air leak in system
Air leak in siphon hose
Inlet valve not seating
Worn packings
Dirty or worn ball valves
Worn valve seats
Worn PRIME/SPRAY valve
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Tighten connections
Tighten, check for leaks
Service or clean
Replace
Clean or replace
Reverse
Replace
Not enough pressure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Pressure setting too low
Plugged filters
Spray tip too big or worn
Engine or motor rpm too low
1.
2.
3.
4.
Increase
Clean or replace
Change or replace
Increase throttle
Excessive surge at spray gun
1. Wrong type of hose
Paint leaks into oil cup
2. Spray tip too big or worn
3. Excessive pressure
1. Replace with a minimum 50' grounded
nylon braid high pressure hose
2. Change or replace
3. Decrease pressure and engine speed
1. Worn out packings
1. Replace
Airless Gun
Problem
Cause
Solution
Spitting gun
1.
2.
3.
4.
Air in system
Dirty gun
Needle assembly out of adjustment
Broken or chipped seat
Gun will not shut off
1. Worn or broken needle and seat
2. Needle assembly out of adjustment
3. Dirty gun
1. Replace
2. Adjust
3. Clean
Gun does not spray
1. No paint
2. Plugged filter or tip
3. Broken needle in gun
1. Check fluid supply
2. Clean
3. Replace
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Inspect connections for air leaks
Disassemble and clean
Inspect and adjust
Inspect and replace
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Troubleshooting
Spray Patterns
Problem
Cause
Solution
Tails
1. Inadequate fluid delivery
1. Fluid not atomizing correctly:
Increase fluid pressure. Change to smaller
tip orifice size. Reduce fluid viscosity.
Reduce hose length. Clean gun and filter(s).
Reduce number of guns using pump.
Hour glass
1. Inadequate fluid delivery
Distorted
1. Plugged or worn nozzle tip
1. Clean or replace nozzle tip.
Pattern expanding and
contracting (surge)
1. Suction leak
2. Pulsating fluid delivery
1. Inspect for suction hose leak.
2. Change to a smaller tip orifice size. Install
pulsation dampener in system or drain
existing one. Reduce number of guns using
pump. Remove restrictions in system; clean
tip screen if filter is used.
Round pattern
1. Worn tip
2. Fluid too heavy for tip
1. Replace tip.
2. Increase pressure. Thin material. Change
nozzle tip.
1. Same as above.
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Sécurité
AVERTISSEMENT AUX MÉDECINS : Une perforation
sous-cutanée constitue un traumatisme. Il est
important de traiter la blessure de façon chirurgicale
aussitôt que possible. NE RETARDEZ PAS ce traitement
pour des recherches de toxicité. La toxicité n'est un
risque que dans les cas où certains produits de
revêtement pénètrent dans le flux sanguin. Il peut être
nécessaire de faire appel à des soins de chirurgie
plastique ou de reconstruction de la main.
Le présent manuel comprend des renseignements devant être
lus attentivement avant toute utilisation de l'appareil. Lorsque
l'un des symboles suivants apparaît, il est recommandé d'être
particulièrement attentif et de tenir compte des mesures de
sécurité indiquées.
AVERTISSEMENT
Ce symbole indique un danger potentiel pouvant causer des
blessures graves ou même mortelles. Des renseignements
importants sur la sécurité sont également indiqués.
DANGER: RISQUES D'EXPLOSION OU D'INCENDIE - Les
vapeurs dégagées par le solvant ou la peinture
sont explosives et inflammables et peuvent
causer des corporels sérieux ou dommages
matériels.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• Veiller à éviter toute accumulation de vapeurs
inflammables en vous assurant que la zone où la
pulvérisation a lieu est suffisamment ventilée.
• Veiller à éviter la présence de toute source incandescente
telle qu'étincelle électrostatique, flamme nue, flammepilote, objet brûlant, cigarette et étincelle provenant du
branchement ou du débranchement d'un cordon
d'alimentation électrique ou d'un commutateur.
• Ne pas fumer dans la zone d’épandage.
• Toujours avoir un extincteur en état de fonctionner à
portée de la main.
• Placer la pompe à peinture à une distance d’au moins un
mètre (3 pi) (on recommande d’ailleurs une plus grande
distance) de l’objet qui doit être vaporisé dans une pièce
séparée bien aérée, ou à une distance d’au moins six
mètres (20 pi) de celui-ci dans une zone bien aérée
(utiliser d’autres tuyaux si nécessaires). Les vapeurs
inflammables sont souvent plus lourdes que l’air. Le
plancher doit être extrêmement bien aéré. La pompe à
peinture contient des pièces pouvant créer des étincelles
et enflammer les vapeurs présentes dans l’air.
• Le matériel utilisé, ainsi que les objets se trouvant à
proximité de la zone de pulvérisation, doivent être
convenablement reliés à la terre afin d'éviter toute
étincelle ou toute décharge électrostatique.
• N'utiliser que des flexibles d'alimentation en liquide à
haute pression conducteurs ou reliés à la terre dans les
cas d'utilisation sans air comprimé. S'assurer que le
pistolet est convenablement relié à la terre par
l'intermédiaire du flexible.
• Le cordon d’alimentation doit être raccordé à un circuit
mis à la terre (les modèles électriques seulement).
• Toujours purger l’appareil dans un contenant métallique
séparé, en s’assurant que la pompe soit à basse pression
et que le chapeau soit retiré. Tenir le pistolet fermement
contre la paroi du contenant pour mettre celui-ci à la terre
et empêcher l’émission d’étincelles causées par
l’électricité statique.
• Se conformer aux consignes et recommandations de
sécurité du fabricant du solvant ou du produit.
• S’entourer de toutes les précautions possibles lorsqu’on
utilise des produits ayant un point d’éclair inférieur à 21
°C (70 °F). Le point d’éclair d’un fluide est la température
à laquelle les vapeurs émanant du fluide peuvent
s’enflammer au contact d’une flamme ou d’une étincelle.
• Le plastique peut être une source d’étincelles provoquées
par l’électricité statique. Ne jamais utiliser une couverture
en plastique pour fermer une zone d’épandage ni utiliser
des toiles de protection en plastique lors de la
pulvérisation de matières inflammables.
• Lorsque vous purgez l'appareil, veillez à utiliser à la
pression minimale.
ATTENTION
Ce symbole indique un danger potentiel pouvant causer des
blessures corporelles ou des dommages à l'équipement. Des
renseignements importants sur la façon de prévenir tout
dommage à l'équipement ou toute blessure corporelle mineure
sont également indiqués.
NOTA : Les remarques donnent des renseignements
importants requérant une attention particulière.
AVERTISSEMENT
DANGER: BLESSURES PAR PERFORATION - Le jet de
peinture à haute pression produit par cet
appareil peut perforer la peau et les tissus
sous-jacents et entraîner de sévères blessures
pouvant nécessiter une amputation. Consultez
immédiatement un médecin.
NE PAS TRAITER UNE BLESSURE PAR PERFORATION
COMME UNE SIMPLE COUPURE! Une perforation peut
entraîner des risques d'amputation. Consultez
immédiatement un médecin.
Pression de service maximale du fluide dans l’appareil :
3200 lb/po2 / 221BAR.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• NE JAMAIS diriger le pistolet vers une quelconque partie
du corps.
• NE JAMAIS mettre une quelconque partie du corps en
contact avec le jet de liquide. NE JAMAIS se mettre au
contact d'un jet de liquide provenant d'une fuite du flexible
d'alimentation en liquide.
• NE JAMAIS placer votre main devant le pistolet. Des
gants ne vous protégeront pas contre les risques de
blessures par perforation.
• TOUJOURS verrouiller la gâchette du pistolet, fermer la
pompe à liquide et décompresser l'appareil lorsque vous
travaillez sur celui-ci, nettoyez le protecteur de tête,
remplacez la tête de pulvérisation ou vous éloignez de
l'appareil. Couper le moteur ne décompresse pas l'appareil.
Vous devez, pour le décompresser, placer le bouton
AMORÇAGE/PULVÉRISATION en position AMORÇAGE.
Reportez-vous, pour cela, à la PROCÉDURE DE
DÉCOMPRESSION décrite dans de ce manuel.
• TOUJOURS s'assurer que le protecteur de tête est en
place lorsque vous pulvérisez. Le protecteur de tête offre
une certaine protection contre les blessures par perforation
mais sa principale fonction est d'ordre préventif.
• TOUJOURS ôter la tête de pulvérisation avant de purger
ou nettoyer l'appareil.
• Le flexible d'alimentation en peinture peut fuir à la suite
d'une usure, de chocs ou de mauvais traitements. Une
fuite peut entraîner une perforation de la peau. Inspecter
le flexible avant chaque utilisation.
• NE JAMAIS utiliser un pistolet dont la gâchette n'est pas
munie d'un loquet ou un cran de sécurité qui soit en état
de fonctionner.
• Tous les accessoires doivent être homologués pour une
pression égale ou supérieure à 3 200 lb/po2 / 221BAR.
Cela s'applique, entre autres, aux têtes de pulvérisation,
aux accessoires du pistolet et aux flexibles.
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Sécurité du moteur à essence
MOTEUR À ESSENCE
(DANS LES CAS OÙ CELA S’APPLIQUE)
Toujours placer la pompe à l’extérieur de la structure à l’air frais.
Garder tous les solvants loin de l’échappement du moteur. Ne
jamais remplir le réservoir à carburant lorsque le moteur est en
marche ou lorsqu’il est chaud ; les surfaces chaudes risquent
d’enflammer le carburant déversé accidentellement. Toujours
raccorder un fil de mise à la terre entre la pompe et un objet mis
à la terre, tel qu’une conduite d’eau métallique. Se reporter au
guide d’utilisation du moteur pour obtenir de plus amples
renseignements concernant la sécurité.
DANGER: RISQUES D'EXPLOSION PAR INCOMPATIBILITÉ
DES MATÉRIAUX - Peuvent être à l'origine de
corporels sérieux ou dommages matériels.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• Ne pas utiliser de matériaux contenant des agents de
blanchiment ou du chlore.
• Ne pas utiliser des solvants à base d’hydrocarbure
halogéné tels que l’agent anticryptogamique, le chlorure
de méthylène et le trichloro-éthane-1,1,1. Ces produits ne
sont pas compatibles avec l’aluminium
• Communiquer avec votre fournisseur de revêtement pour
connaître la compatibilité du matériau avec l’aluminium.
DANGER: VAPEURS NOCIVES – la peinture, les solvants,
les insecticides et autres matériaux peuvent
être nocifs lorsqu’ils sont inhalés ou en contact
avec le corps. Les vapeurs peuvent causer une
nausée importante, des évanouissements ou
un empoisonnement.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• Utiliser un respirateur ou un masque chaque fois qu'il y a
des risques d'inhalation de vapeurs. Lire attentivement
toutes les instructions se rapportant au masque pour
vérifier que celui-ci vous assure une protection suffisante
contre les vapeurs toxiques.
• Porter des lunettes de protection.
• Porter des vêtements de protection, conformément aux
directives du fabricant de revêtement.
DANGER: GÉNÉRALITÉS - Peut causer des dommages
matériels ou corporels sérieux.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• Avant d'utiliser tout équipement, lire attentivement toutes
les instructions et les consignes de sécurité
• Toujours débrancher le moteur de l’alimentation électrique
avant d’effectuer des travaux sur l’appareil (les modèles
électriques seulement).
• Se conformer à la législation locale, provinciale ou fédérale
pour tout ce qui concerne la ventilation, la prévention des
incendies et les conditions générales d'utilisation.
• Les normes de sécurité du Gouvernement américain sont
régies par le Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA).
Il est important de consulter ces normes, en particulier la
section 1910 sur le normes générales et la section 1926
sur les des normes de la construction.
• N’utiliser que les pièces autorisées par le fabricant.
L’utilisateur assume tous les risques et responsabilités
lorsqu’il utilise des pièces qui ne sont pas conformes aux
caractéristiques techniques minimales ainsi qu’aux
dispositifs de sécurité du fabricant de la pompe.
• Vérifier, avant toute utilisation, que les flexibles ne
présentent pas d'entaille ou de fuite, que le couvercle ne
soit pas gonflé et que les raccords ne soient pas
endommagés. Si le flexible a subi l'un des dommages
précités, remplacez-le immédiatement. Ne jamais réparer
un flexible d'alimentation en peinture. Le remplacer par un
autre flexible mis à la terre.
• Tout flexible, raccord orientable, pistolet et accessoire
utilisé avec cet appareil doit pouvoir fonctionner à une
pression égale ou supérieure à 3 200 lb/po2 / 221BAR.
• Ne jamais pulvériser lorsqu'il vente.
• Porter des vêtements pour protéger la peau et les
cheveux contre tout contact avec la peinture.
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AVERTISSEMENT
L’État de la Californie reconnaît que les gaz
d’échappement de cet appareil contiennent des produits
chimiques susceptibles de causer le cancer, des
malformations congénitales ou pouvant être nocifs pour le
système reproducteur.
1. Les moteurs à essence sont conçus pour être fiables et
sécuritaires lorsqu’ils sont utilisés selon les directives. Lire
et comprendre le guide d’utilisation de moteur avant de
faire fonctionner le moteur. Le non-respect de cet
avertissement risque de causer des blessures graves ou
d’endommager l’appareil.
2. Afin de prévenir les risques d’incendie et d’assurer une
ventilation adéquate, garder le moteur à une distance d’au
moins un mètre (3 pi) des bâtiments et des autres
appareils durant le fonctionnement. Ne pas placer des
objets inflammables près du moteur.
3. Les enfants et les animaux doivent être tenus à l’écart de
la zone de fonctionnement de l’appareil afin d’éviter les
risques de brûlures causées par les composants chauds
du moteur ou par les équipements utilisés avec le moteur.
4. Savoir comment couper le moteur rapidement et bien
comprendre le fonctionnement de toutes les commandes.
Ne jamais laisser quiconque utiliser le moteur sans lui
avoir d’abord fourni les directives appropriées.
5. Le carburant est une matière extrêmement inflammable et
peut exploser sous certaines conditions.
6. Ravitailler en carburant dans un endroit bien aéré une
fois le moteur arrêté. Ne pas fumer et s’assurer qu’il n’y
ait ni flammes ni étincelles dans la zone de ravitaillement
ou d’entreposage du carburant.
7. Ne pas trop remplir le réservoir d’essence. Après le
ravitaillement, s’assurer que le bouchon du réservoir soit
bien fermé et serré.
8. Prendre soin de ne pas renverser de carburant lors du
ravitaillement, car les vapeurs émanant du carburant ou le
carburant déversé accidentellement peuvent s’enflammer.
En cas de déversement, s’assurer que l’endroit soit
complètement sec avant de démarrer le moteur.
9. Ne jamais mettre le moteur en marche dans un endroit
fermé ou restreint, car les gaz d’échappement contiennent
des matières toxiques, telles que le monoxyde de
carbone, susceptibles de provoquer des évanouissements
ou même d’entraîner la mort.
10. Le silencieux devient très chaud durant le fonctionnement
et le demeure pendant un certain temps une fois le
moteur arrêté. S’assurer d’attendre quelques minutes
avant de toucher au silencieux. Pour éviter les risques de
brûlures graves ou d’incendie, laisser le moteur se
refroidir avant de le transporter ou de l’entreposer à
l’intérieur.
11. Ne jamais expédier ou transporter l’appareil lorsque le
réservoir est rempli de carburant.
AVERTISSEMENT
Ne pas utiliser cet appareil pour vaporiser de l’eau ou de
l’acide.
ATTENTION
Ne pas soulever par la poignée du chariot lors du
chargement ou du déchargement.
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Seguridad
NOTA PARA EL MÉDICO: La inyección dentro de la piel
es una lesión traumática. Es importante que la lesión
se trate quirúrgicamente tan pronto como sea posible .
NO retrase el tratamiento por investigar la toxicidad.
La toxicidad es motivo de preocupación con algunos
revestimientos que se inyectan directamente en la
corriente sanguínea. Es recomendable consultar a un
cirujano plástico o reconstructor de manos.
Este manual contiene información que debe leer y comprender
antes de usar el equipo. Cuando se encuentre con uno de los
siguientes símbolos, asegúrese de observar sus indicaciones
de seguridad.
ADVERTENCIA
Este símbolo indica la existencia de un peligro potencial que
puede causar lesiones graves o la muerte. Después del
mismo se incluye información de seguridad importante.
PELIGRO: EXPLOSIÓN O INCENDIO - Los vapores de
solventes y pintura pueden explotar o
incendiarse, causando con esto lesiones
severas y/o daños en la propiedad.
PARA PREVENIR:
• Debe proveerse un escape y aire fresco para hacer que el
aire que está dentro del área de atomización se mantenga
libre de acumulaciones de vapores inflamables.
• Evite todas las fuentes de ignición como son las chispas
electrostáticas, llamas abiertas, flamas de piloto, objetos
calientes, cigarros, y chispas que se generan al conectar
y desconectar las extensiones o de apagadores de luz
que estén funcionando.
• No fume en la zona de trabajo.
• Debe haber un equipo para extinguir incendios
permanentemente y en buenas condiciones.
• Coloque la bomba para pintar a un mínimo de 1 m (de
preferencia más) en una habitación aparte, bien ventilada,
alejada del objeto que va a pintar o a por lo menos 6 m
de dicho objeto, en una zona bien ventilada (utilice una
manguera más larga, si es necesario). Los gases
inflamables a menudo son más pesados que el aire. La
zona del piso debe tener la debida ventilación. La bomba
para pintar contiene piezas que forman arcos que emiten
chispas y pueden encender los gases.
• El equipo que se utilice, así como los objetos que estén
dentro y alrededor del área de atomización, deben
conectarse a tierra de manera apropiada para prevenir las
descargas eléctricas y las chispas.
• Use solamente mangueras para fluidos de alta presión,
conductoras o conectadas a tierra, para aplicaciones sin
aire. Asegúrese de que la pistola esté conectada a tierra
de manera apropiada, mediante conexiones de
manguera.
• El cable de alimentación debe enchufarse a un circuito
aterrado (eléctrico modela único).
• Siempre enjuague la unidad en un recipiente de metal por
separado, con presión baja en la bomba y sin la boquilla.
Sostenga la pistola firmemente contra el recipiente para
ponerlo a tierra y evitar chispas estáticas.
• Siga las advertencias y avisos de seguridad del fabricante
de los materiales y solventes.
• Tenga muchísimo cuidado al usar materiales cuyo punto
de ignición sea inferior a 70° F (21° C). El punto de
ignición es la temperatura a la cual pueden encenderse
los vapores emanados por un fluido al exponerlos a
llamas o chispas.
• El plástico puede causar chispas estáticas. Nunca
cuelgue plástico en las ventanas ni en las puertas del
área donde va a pintar. No utilice plástico para proteger
el piso cuando pinte materiales inflamables.
• Cuando enjuague el equipo utilice la presión más baja
posible.
MOTOR DE GAS (SEGÚN CORRESPONDA)
Coloque siempre la bomba fuera del edificio, al aire libre.
Mantenga todo solvente alejado del escape del motor. Nunca
llene el tanque de combustible si el motor está encendido o
caliente. La superficie caliente puede encender el combustible
derramado. Conecte siempre un conductor de tierra desde la
unidad de la bomba a un objeto puesto a tierra, por ejemplo
una tubería de agua metálica. Consulte el manual del motor
para obtener información completa de seguridad.
PRECAUCION
Este símbolo indica la existencia de un peligro potencial para
usted o el equipo. Después del mismo se incluye información
importante que indica la forma de evitar daños al equipo o la
forma de prevenir lesiones menores.
NOTA: los avisos contienen información importante,
présteles especial atención.
ADVERTENCIA
PELIGRO: LESIÓN POR INYECCIÓN - La corriente de
pintura de alta presión que produce este
equipo puede perforar la piel y tejidos
subyacentes, lo que conduciría a lesiones
serias y una posible amputación. Consulte de
inmediato a un médico.
NO TRATE LAS LESIONES POR INYECCIÓN COMO SI
FUERAN SIMPLES CORTADAS! Una inyección puede
conducir a una amputación. Consulte de inmediato a un
médico.
El rango de operación máximo de la unidad es 3200 PSI /
221BAR de presión de fluidos.
PARA PREVENIR:
• NO dirija NUNCA la punta de la pistola hacia alguna parte
del cuerpo.
• NO permita NUNCA que alguna parte del cuerpo tenga
contacto con la corriente del fluido. EVITE tener contacto
con corrientes de fluido que salgan de fugas que haya en
la manguera.
• NO ponga NUNCA la mano enfrente de la manguera. Los
guantes no ofrecen ninguna protección contra lesiones
por inyección.
• Bloquee SIEMPRE el gatillo de la pistola, apague la
bomba de fluido y libere toda la presión antes de dar
mantenimiento, limpiar el protector de la boquilla, cambiar
la boquilla o dejar desatendido el equipo. La presión no
se liberará al apagar el motor. Para liberar la presión
debe girarse la perilla PRIME/SPRAY (cebar/atomizar)
hasta la posición PRIME. Consulte el PROCEDIMIENTO
PARA LIBERAR LA PRESIÓN que se describe en este
manual.
• Mantenga puesto SIEMPRE el protector de la boquilla
mientras atomice. El protector de la boquilla ofrece cierta
protección contra lesiones por inyección pero es
principalmente un dispositivo de advertencia.
• Quite SIEMPRE la boquilla del atomizador antes de
enjuagar o limpiar el sistema.
• Pueden desarrollarse fugas en la manguera de pintura
por causa del desgaste, retorcimientos o el abuso. Una
fuga es capaz de inyectar el material en la piel. Cada vez
que use la manguera de pintura, inspecciónela antes.
• NO use nunca una pistola de atomización que no tenga
un bloqueador o un protector de gatillo puesto y que
funcione.
• Todos los accesorios deben tener una capacidad de 3200
lb/pulg2 / 221BAR o mayor. Esto incluye las boquillas de
atomizador, pistolas, extensiones y mangueras.
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Seguridad con los motores de gasolina
PELIGRO: PELIGRO DE EXPLOSIÓN DEBIDO A
MATERIALES INCOMPATIBLES - Podría
causar lesiones severas o daños en la
propiedad.
PARA PREVENIR:
• No utilice materiales que contengan blanqueador o cloro.
• No use solventes con hidrocarburos halogenados, tales
como productos para eliminar el moho, cloruro de
metileno y 1,1,1 - tricloroetano. Estos no son compatibles
con el aluminio.
• Comuníquese con el proveedor del producto para obtener
información de compatibilidad con materiales de aluminio.
PELIGRO: GASES PELIGROSOS - Las pinturas, solventes,
insecticidas y otros materiales pueden ser
perjudiciales si se inhalan o entran en contacto
con el cuerpo. Los gases pueden causar
náusea, desmayos o envenenamiento graves.
PARA PREVENIR:
• Use una mascarilla respiratoria o careta siempre que
exista la posibilidad de que se puedan inhalar vapores.
Lea todas las intrucciones que vengan con la careta para
estar seguro de que se tendrá la protección necesaria
contra la inhalación de vapores dañinos.
• Use gafas protectoras.
• Use ropa de protección, según lo requiera el fabricante
del producto.
PELIGRO: GENERAL - Puede causar daños en la
propiedad o lesiones severas.
PARA PREVENIR:
• Lea todas las instrucciones y advertencias de seguridad
antes de hacer funcionar cualquier equipo.
• Desconecte siempre el motor del suministro eléctrico
antes de dar servicio al equipo (eléctrico modela único).
• Observe todos los códigos locales, estatales y nacionales
apropiados que rigen las medidas de ventilación,
prevención de incendios y operación.
• Los Estándares de Seguridad del Gobierno de los
Estados Unidos se han adoptado bajo el Acta de
Seguridad y Salud Ocupacionales (OSHA por sus siglas
en inglés). Deben consultarse estos estándares,
particularmente la parte 1910 de los Estándares
Generales y la parte 1926 de los Estándares de la
Construcción.
• Utilice únicamente piezas autorizadas por el fabricante.
El usuario asume todos los riesgos y responsabilidades si
usa piezas que no cumplen con las especificaciones
mínimas y dispositivos de seguridad del fabricante de la
bomba.
• Antes de usarla cada vez, revise todas las mangueras para
ver que no tengan cortadas, fugas, una cubierta desgastada
por abrasión o con abolladuras, así como uniones dañadas
o que se hayan movido. Si existiera cualquiera de estas
condiciones, reemplace la manguera inmediatamente. No
repare nunca una manguera de pintura. Reemplácela con
otra manguera conectada a tierra.
• Todas las mangueras, soportes giratorios, pistolas y
accesorios que se usen con esta unidad deben tener una
capacidad de presión de 3200 lb/pulg2 / 221 BAR o
mayor.
• No atomice en días con viento.
• Use ropa que evite el contacto de la pintura con la piel y
el cabello.
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ADVERTENCIA
El escape del motor de esta unidad contiene químicos que
el Estado de California ha determinado causan cáncer,
defectos de nacimiento u otros daños al sistema
reproductor.
1. Los motores de gasolina están diseñados para
proporcionar un servicio seguro y fiable, si se utilizan de
acuerdo a las instrucciones. Lea y entienda las
instrucciones del Manual del Propietario de Honda antes
de utilizar el motor. De lo contrario, podría causar
lesiones personales o daño al equipo.
2. Para evitar peligros de incendio y para proporcionar una
ventilación adecuada, mantenga el motor por lo menos a
1 metro de los edificios y de otro equipo durante su uso.
No coloque objetos inflamables cerca del motor.
3. Mantenga a los niños y las mascotas alejados de la zona
de trabajo, pues existe la posibilidad de quemaduras
causadas por los componentes calientes del motor o
lesiones causadas por cualquier equipo en el que se
utilice el motor.
4. Sepa cómo apagar el motor rápidamente y comprenda el
funcionamiento de todos los controles. Nunca permita a
nadie operar el motor sin las instrucciones apropiadas.
5. La gasolina es extremadamente inflamable y es explosiva
bajo ciertas condiciones.
6. Llene el tanque de combustible en un lugar bien ventilado
y con el motor apagado. No fume ni permita que haya
llamas ni chispas en la zona de llenado ni en donde se
almacena el combustible.
7. No llene en exceso el tanque de combustible. Después
de ponerle combustible, asegúrese de que la tapa del
tanque esté cerrada completamente.
8. Tenga cuidado de no derramar el combustible. Los gases
del combustible o el combustible derramado pueden
encenderse. Si se derrama combustible, asegúrese de
que la zona esté seca antes de encender el motor.
9. Nunca utilice el motor en un lugar encerrado o confinado.
El escape contiene gas de monóxido de carbono
venenoso; la exposición a este gas puede causar pérdida
del conocimiento y puede conducir a la muerte.
10. El escape se calienta mucho durante su uso y permanece
caliente durante un rato después de apagar el motor.
Asegúrese de no tocar el escape cuando esté caliente.
Para evitar quemaduras graves o peligros de incendio,
deje que el motor se enfríe antes de transportarlo o
guardarlo bajo techo.
11. Nunca envíe ni transporte la unidad con gasolina en el
tanque.
ADVERTENCIA
No utilice este equipo para rociar agua o ácido.
PRECAUCION
No cargue el equipo por el asa del carrito durante la carga
y descarga.
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Parts Lists and Service Instructions
Main Assembly
WARNING
When transporting a unit with a gas engine, make
sure the fuel is shut off.
or
Replacement Labels
Part #
700-1018
313-1439
313-132
313-174
313-175
Description
Quantity
Front cover label .....................................................1
“690” label................................................................1
“Titan” label..............................................................1
“Warning” label (English) ........................................1
"Warning/Attention" label (French).........................1
NOTE: Siphon down tube for
use with High Rider only.
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Engine Assembly
NOTE: All service work on the Engine must be done
by a Honda Authorized Service Center. To
locate one in your area, call Titan Customer
Service at 1-800-526-5362.
2
1
9
3
4
13
6
16
8
5
7
17
11
14
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part #
730-165
750-042
750-044
750-043
730-158
750-051
750-086
730-184
755-117
11
12
13
14
16
17
763-550
763-566
750-018
755-209
700-722
755-150
Description
Quantity
Ground Wire...........................................1
Gasket ....................................................1
Engine Bearing.......................................1
Engine Seal............................................1
Dip Stick .................................................1
Screw .....................................................6
Engine Mount (includes items 3 and 4)....1
Electrical Connector ...............................1
Engine Assembly....................................1
(includes items 2–8, 13 and 16)
Bushing ..................................................1
Screw .....................................................2
Screw .....................................................2
Clutch Plate ...........................................1
Terminal .................................................1
Clutch Assembly ...................................1
(includes items 11, 12, and 14)..............1
WARNING
Before proceeding, follow the “Pressure Relief
Procedure” in the Operation section of this manual.
Additionally, follow all other warnings to reduce the risk
of an injection injury, injury from moving parts or electric
shock.
Routine Engine Maintenance
NOTE: For detailed maintenance and specifications,
refer to the separate engine manual supplied.
Daily: Check and fill the gas tank. After the first 20 hours of
operation: Drain the oil and refill with clean oil. Check the
engine oil level and fill as necessary.
Weekly: Remove the cover of the air filter and clean the
element. Replace the element if necessary. If operating in an
unusually dusty environment, check the filter daily and replace
if necessary. (Replacement elements can be purchased from
your local TITAN Dealer.)
After each 50 hours of operation: Change the engine oil.
Spark Plug: Use only a (NKG) BP6ES plug. Gap the plug to
0.025 - 0.030 in. (0.7 - 0.8 mm). Be sure to use a spark plug
wrench when installing and removing the plug.
Important Facts Concerning this Gas Unit
This unit contains a clutch that engages when the unit is
pumping. The pump’s pressure control device engages and
disengages the clutch to control pressure. To prevent
unnecessary wear to the clutch it is advisable to adjust your
engine speed and pressure setting so as to limit the amount of
times the clutch engages and disengages. This can be
accomplished as follows:
Example:
Operating one gun with .019 tip. To reduce clutch wear
reduce engine speed by adjusting the throttle to a low or
medium setting and increase pressure only until heavy ends of
spray pattern have been eliminated.
Example:
Operating one gun with .023 tip. Increase engine speed to a
high setting and increase pressure until heavy ends of spray
pattern have been eliminated.
Example:
Spraying light-bodied materials at low pressure. To reduce
surging at the gun and to decrease clutch wear, reduce engine
speed to idle and reduce pressure until desired spray pattern
is achieved.
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Servicing/Replacing the Clutch Assembly
1. Remove the four screws (item 54 in Gear Box parts list)
that secure the engine assembly.
2. Inspect the clutch plate (14) for wear.
3. If worn, remove the two screws (12) and pull the clutch
from the engine shaft.
4. To reinstall new clutch, slide the clutch plate (14) onto
engine shaft.
5. Install the clutch gap tool (P/N 755-221) behind the clutch
plate (14) and push the clutch against the tool until the
tool touches the engine mount (7).
6. Tighten the screws (12) that secure the clutch plate (14).
7. Secure the engine assembly (9) to the pump using the
four screws (item 54 in Gear Box parts list).
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Gear Box Assembly
43
42
74
20
19
25
22
41
26
21
29
70
27
56
66
30
28
54
53
72
73
63
47
46
45
62
44
64
59
57
58
49
48
40
60
61
75
52
51
50
Item
19
20
21
22
25
26
27
28
29
30
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
Part #
755-215
755-218
755-203
755-216
755-201
700-175
700-159
763-525
730-390
730-151
700-139
700-1018
700-681
750-008
700-680
730-360
730-088
700-688
730-167
700-514
Description
Quantity
Washer ....................................................3
Screws ....................................................4
Clutch rotor .............................................1
Coil ..........................................................1
Drive shaft and pinion .............................1
Cap..........................................................1
Pressure control knob .............................1
Screw ......................................................4
Connector................................................1
Connector................................................1
Screw ......................................................4
Front plate.............................................. 1
Screw ..................................................... 4
Pump housing assembly........................ 1
Thrust washer ....................................... 1
Crankshaft.............................................. 1
Thrust washer ........................................ 1
Thrust washer ........................................ 1
Output pinion gear ................................. 1
Thrust washer ........................................ 1
Item
50
51
52
53
54
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
66
70
72
73
74
75
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Part #
730-144
750-016
750-015
755-211
730-148
700-176
700-158
700-163
700-720
700-197
700-191
700-646
700-775
700-645
700-148
700-791
730-172
763-561
730-260
755-224
Description
Quantity
Snap ring................................................ 1
Snap ring................................................ 1
Ball bearing ............................................ 1
Gear box housing assembly .................. 1
Screw ..................................................... 4
Seal tight nut ...........................................1
Potentiometer..........................................1
Pressure control board...............................1
Fuse, 10 A.............................................. 1
Transducer assembly..............................1
In-line fuse ............................................. 1
ON/OFF switch ...................................... 1
ON/OFF plate......................................... 1
Rubber boot ........................................... 1
Potentiometer mount..................................1
Safety plate ............................................ 1
Clutch seal ............................................. 1
Grommet ................................................ 1
Screw ......................................................7
Screw ......................................................2
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Replacing the Pressure Switch
WARNING
1. Remove the old pressure switch. Be sure all loose parts
are removed from the electrical box in the gear box
housing (53).
2. Install the transducer assembly (60) with o-rings in place.
Then, press the assembly securely into the filter block. It
is recommended that you replace the polyethylene gasket
that is between the pump and the filter block.
3. Reattach the filter block by guiding the transducer wires
through the bottom hole of the electrical box in the gear
box housing (53). Reinstall the two original bolts that
mount the filter block to the pump. Be sure to tighten
them evenly.
5. When installing the plastic potentiometer mount (66) from
the top of the electrical box, be sure the stop (raised
portion of the mount) is closest to the opening of the
electrical box. Square up the mount to the opening. Use
a rubber mallet to press the mount onto the pump, making
it flush. Use Loctite for mounting.
6. Put the potentiometer shaft (57) through the upper hole in
the electrical box, from the inside. The wires on the
potentiometer should come out of the box. Turn the
potentiometer clockwise or counterclockwise until it finds
the locating hole and stops turning. Install the seal tight
nut (56) onto the shaft of the potentiometer. Use needle
nose pliers to start the nut, and with a 1/2” socket 1/4”
drive, tighten to a torque of 4 in./lbs.
7. Turn the potentiometer shaft (57) clockwise until it stops.
8. Loosen the nut on the pressure control knob (27), and
install onto the shaft of the potentiometer (57) with the
pointer pointing away from the opening of the electrical
box.
9. Hand tighten the nut onto the pressure control knob (27)
and turn the knob clockwise until it hits the stop. With a
5/16” socket, tighten the nut onto the knob to 2 in./lbs.
Install the plastic cap (27) onto the top of the knob.
Before proceeding, follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure”
in the Operation section of this manual. Additionally,
follow all other warnings to reduce the risk of an injection
injury, injury from moving parts or electric shock. Always
unplug the sprayer before servicing!
Replacing the Clutch Rotor
1. Remove the four screws (54) that secure the engine
assembly.
2. Remove the engine assembly (refer to the Engine
Assembly parts list).
3. Remove the four screws (20) that secure the clutch rotor
(21).
4. Remove the clutch rotor (21).
5. To install the new clutch rotor (21), reverse the above
procedure.
Replacing the Pump ON/OFF Switch
1. Remove the four screws (40) that secure the pressure
control board (58) to the gear box housing. Remove the
pressure control board.
2. Disconnect the two black wires from the pump ON/OFF
switch (62).
3. Using a wrench, remove the rubber boot (64) and the
ON/OFF plate (63).
4. Remove the pump ON/OFF switch (62).
5. Install a new pump ON/OFF switch (62) and reattach the
ON/OFF plate (63) and rubber boot (64). Tighten
securely.
6. Reconnect the two black wires to the new pump ON/OFF
switch (62).
7. Reinstall the pressure control board (58) and secure in
position using the four screws (40).
Replacing/Servicing the Gear
NOTE: Do not over-tighten the nut on the potentiometer.
1. Remove safety plate (70).
2. Remove the front plate (41).
3. Remove the four socket head screws (42) that secure the
pump housing (43) to the gear box housing (53).
4. Slide the pump housing (43) off the gear box housing
(53).
5. Inspect the gears beginning with the crankshaft (45),
followed by the output pinion gear (48).
6. Reassemble by reversing the above order. When
reassembling, make sure that all washers are in place and
that the gears and bearing are properly lubricated.
7. Grease the crankshaft (45) every 100 hours. The grease
fitting is located under the front plate (41).
8. Grease the crank and slide connecting rod assembly
every 100 hours (refer to the Fluid Section Assembly parts
list). The grease fitting is located on the crank and slide
connecting rod assembly under the front plate (41).
Electrical Schematic
POTENTIOMETER
700-158
PRESSURE
CONTROL
BOARD
700-163
TRANSDUCER
700-197
J2
J3
J4
CLUTCH
J5
CLUTCH
WHITE SWITCH
J7
J6
CLUTCH
SWITCH
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTOR
MOTOR
ELECTRICAL CONTROL ASSEMBLY
GAS UNIT - 690
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Fluid Section Assembly
1
2
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Install the upper
packing with the raised
lip and the o-ring facing
down.
3
4
27
O-Ring
Raised Lip
5
6
Raised Lip
O-Ring
7
8
25
9
23
24
Install each of the two
lower packings with the
raised lip and the o-ring
facing up.
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Part #
700-735
730-508
700-587
700-603
700-804
730-505
700-678
700-601
704-089
762-111
762-135
762-144
762-134
762-057
762-073
730-509
700-821
730-510
762-145
762-137
762-058
704-054
730-511
704-090
730-560
730-520
730-540
765-502
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
26
27
762-202
490-109
Description
Quantity
Crank and slide connecting rod assy. .....1
Retainer ...................................................1
Upper guide.............................................1
Upper seal ...............................................1
Gasket .....................................................1
Pump housing .........................................1
Head cap screw ......................................2
Lower seal ..............................................2
Piston rod ................................................1
Seal .........................................................1
Upper cage..............................................1
Outlet valve ball.......................................1
Seat ........................................................1
O-ring ......................................................1
Outlet valve housing................................1
Bushing ...................................................1
Seal .........................................................1
Cage ........................................................1
Ball ..........................................................1
Inlet valve seat ........................................1
O-ring ......................................................1
Foot valve housing, low rider ....................1
Foot valve housing, high rider .................1
Piston assembly ......................................1
Foot valve assembly, low rider ................1
Foot valve assembly, high rider...............1
Fluid section complete, low rider
(includes items 2–4, 6, and 8–22) ............1
Fluid section complete, high rider
(excludes item 5) .....................................1
Packing tool (not shown).........................1
Fitting.......................................................1
NOTE: Repacking Kit P/N 730-401 includes items 3, 4,
5, 8, 10, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21, (packing grease P/N
700-203 and piston guide tool P/N 700-793 are
also included).
Servicing/Repairing the Fluid Section
WARNING
24
Before proceeding, follow the “Pressure Relief
Procedure” in the Operation section of this manual.
Additionally, follow all other warnings to reduce the risk
of an injection injury, injury from moving parts or electric
shock. Always unplug the sprayer before servicing!
1. Remove the safety plate (see the “Gear Box Assembly”
parts list).
2. Stop the sprayer at the top of its stroke so that the piston
is in its highest position. Turn off and/or unplug the
sprayer.
3. Remove the return tube with a wrench (see the “Siphon
Assembly” parts list).
4. Squeeze the retaining clip together (see the “Siphon
Assembly” parts list) and pull it down and out of the foot
valve (22).
5. Remove the siphon assembly by pulling it down and out
of the foot valve (22).
4. Tilt the pump back for easy access to the fluid section.
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Servicing the Seat
The design of the fluid section allows access to the inlet and
outlet valves and seat without completely disassembling the
fluid section. It is possible that the valves may not seat
properly because of debris stuck in the inlet or outlet seat.
Follow the instructions below for access to those areas.
5. Place a wrench on the foot valve housing (22) and
unthread.
6. Clean out all debris. Examine the foot valve parts and the
inlet valve seat (20). If damaged replace. Continue if
necessary or re-install.
7. Place a 3/4" socket on the outlet valve housing (15) and
remove.
8. Clean out all debris. Examine the outlet valve parts and
the seat (13). If damaged, reverse or replace.
9. Reassemble and test the unit. Should the unit not
perform properly, consult the “Troubleshooting” section in
this manual or continue with the valve repair and packing
replacement instructions below.
Servicing/Replacing the Outlet Valve
10. To clean or replace the outlet valve, remove the outlet
valve housing (15) while piston assembly (23) is still
attached to pump. This will prevent the piston from
rotating.
11. Remove upper cage (11), the seat (10), and the outlet
valve ball (12). Clean and inspect along with the outlet
valve housing (15). Replace if worn or damaged. Use
fine sandpaper to remove dried paint.
12. Reattach items 10–15 to the piston rod (9), and secure
tightly with a wrench.
Replacing the Packings
13. Unscrew the hose (see the “Filter Block Assembly” parts
list) from the fitting.
14. Remove the screws (7) with a 3/8" hex wrench and slide
the fluid section down so that the piston rod (9) is clear to
slide off.
15. Inspect the polyethylene gasket (5) on the fitting after
removing the fluid section. Clean or Replace.
16. Remove the retainer (2) and slide the piston rod down
through the pump housing (6) by lightly tapping on top of
piston assembly (23). Clean and inspect the piston rod
for wear. Replace if necessary.
17. Remove the upper packings (4) and the lower packings
(8) from the pump housing (6) and replace with a new set.
Always insert the packings with the raised side facing into
the pump housing.
18. Reattach the retainer (2) and make sure that the upper
guide (3) is clean and undamaged.
19. Place the pump housing (6) into a vise, leaving enough
room to slide the piston rod through the bottom of the
pump housing.
20. Using the piston guide tool (included in the repacking kit),
which slides over the top of the piston assembly (23),
insert the piston rod through the bottom of the pump
housing (6) and tap lightly with a rubber mallet on the
bottom of the piston rod until inserted.
21. Align the flats on the piston rod so that they are
perpendicular to the pump housing (23) and will line up
when reattaching to the connecting rod (1). This can be
achieved by rotating the piston rod by placing a wrench
on the outlet valve housing assembly (15) and turning.
NOTE: Packing does not need to be adjusted.
23. Reattach the hose (see the “Filter Block Assembly” parts
list) to the fitting. Be sure that polyethylene gasket (5) is
in place.
24. Reattach the foot valve assembly (24).
26. Reattach the return tube and the siphon assembly.
NOTE: Repacking Kit P/N 730-401 is available. For
best results use all parts supplied in this kit.
Siphon Assembly (P/N 700-1025)
7
2
3
8
6
4
Item
1
2
3
4
Part #
700-847
704-121
704-109
704-127
700-1023
5
755-135
6
700-805
For high rider only:
7
710-018
8
710-046
710-191
9
761-033
10
710-033
11
702-239
12
730-334
13
765-142
CAUTION
Never use a wrench on the piston rod itself. This could
cause damage to the piston rod and cause leakage.
22. Slide the assembled pump housing with the piston
assembly onto the connecting rod and secure with the
screws (7). Be certain that the outlet hole is facing
towards the pump motor.
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1
21
Description
Quantity
Return tube ......................................1
O-ring (standard) .............................2
O-ring, solvent-resistant (optional) ..2
Retaining clip ...................................1
Siphon hose
(includes items 2, 3, and 6 ..............1
Clip...................................................1
Intake screen ...................................1
Siphon down tube ............................1
Inlet screen, 10 mesh ......................1
Inlet screen, 30 mesh (optional)
Pail hook (not shown) ......................1
Bolt (for pail hook, not shown).........2
Return tube assembly (not shown)..1
Hose clamp (not shown)..................1
Safety plate (not shown)..................1
Filter Block Assembly
WARNING
5
Before proceeding, follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure”
in the Operation section of this manual. Additionally,
follow all other warnings to reduce the risk of an injection
injury, injury from moving parts or electric shock. Always
unplug the sprayer before servicing!
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1
2
19
3
4
20
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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Servicing/Replacing the PRIME/SPRAY Valve
1. Remove the dowel pin (15) from the PRIME/SPRAY valve
handle (16). Push out the dowel pin as shown.
2. Remove the PRIME/SPRAY valve handle (16) and the
cam base (14).
3. Using a wrench, loosen the PRIME/SPRAY valve housing
(9) and unscrew. Inspect the o-ring (7) and the back-up
ring (8).
4. Unscrew the PRIME/SPRAY valve retainer (13) and
remove the PRIME/SPRAY valve stem (11).
5. Inspect the ball on the end of the PRIME/SPRAY valve
stem (11) and seat, located in the PRIME/SPRAY valve
housing (9). Clean or replace if damaged. Inspect the oring (10).
6. When reinstalling, screw completed assembly into the
filter block housing (22) except for the cam base (14),
dowel pin (15), and PRIME/SPRAY valve handle (16).
Tighten securely with wrench. Make sure that both
washers are in place.
7. Install the cam base (14) over the PRIME/SPRAY valve
retainer (13), lubricate with grease. Line up the cam base
with the filter block housing (22).
8. Using the dowel pin (15), line up the PRIME/SPRAY valve
stem (11) with the hole on the PRIME/SPRAY valve
handle (16). Secure the PRIME/SPRAY valve handle with
the dowel pin.
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22
23
24
25
16
17
NOTE: If the PRIME/SPRAY vavle handle (227) rotates
360°, check the pin on the Cam base (225).
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Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part #
730-083
702-251
700-881
761-057
710-069
700-537
221-012
222-012
700-246
Description
Quantity
Filter spring ............................................1
Adapter ...................................................1
Gasket ....................................................1
O-ring .....................................................1
Plug ........................................................2
Gasket ....................................................1
O-ring .....................................................1
Back-up ring ...........................................1
PRIME/SPRAY valve housing
(includes items 7 and 8).........................1
10
700-721
O-ring .....................................................1
O-ring, PTFE (optional)
700-897
11
700-250
PRIME/SPRAY valve stem.....................1
12
700-244
Spring .....................................................1
13
700-248
PRIME/SPRAY valve retainer ................1
14
700-252
Cam base...............................................1
15
700-759
Dowel pin ...............................................1
16
700-697
PRIME/SPRAY valve handle..................1
17
316-516
Hose .......................................................1
18
702-011
Filter housing..........................................1
19
730-067
Filter .......................................................1
20
757-105
Filter support spring ...............................1
21
702-303
O-ring .....................................................1
22
702-009
Filter block housing ................................1
23
227-006
1/4” nipple ..............................................1
24
730-262
Socket head screw.................................2
25
700-258
PRIME/SPRAY valve assembly .............1
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490-106
Elbow .....................................................1
27
702-305
Filter housing assembly
(excludes items 3, 4, 17, and 24) ..........1
700-890
O-ring tool (not shown) ..........................1
NOTE: When using “HOT” solvents, replace o-ring
item#10 with optional PTFE o-ring P/N 700897. Install using the o-ring tool P/N 700-890.
Replacing the Pump Filter
1. Unscrew the filter housing (18).
2. Remove the filter (19) and filter support spring (20) from
the filter block housing (22).
3. Inspect the o-ring (21). Clean or replace.
4. Place the filter support spring (20) and the new or cleaned
filter (19) into the filter housing (18).
5. Reattach the filter housing (18).
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Low Rider Frame Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
High Rider Frame Assembly
Item
1
2
4
5
6
3
7
8
9
10
Part # Description
Quantity
761-405
Snap Ring..........................................2
761-412
Knob ..................................................2
755-230
Frame Legs (includes item 10)..........1
710-058
Washer ..............................................2
710-044
Wheel ................................................2
710-194
Snap Ring..........................................2
761-410
Handle ...............................................1
700-652
Screws ...............................................4
763-549
Nut .....................................................4
710-199
Plug ...................................................2
755-400
Frame Complete................................1
Part #
763-543
700-784
710-058
710-044
710-194
763-555
700-652
763-549
710-199
763-400
Description
Quantity
Handle ...............................................1
Screw.................................................4
Washer ..............................................2
Wheel ................................................2
Snap Ring..........................................2
Frame Legs (includes item 9)............1
Screw.................................................4
Nut .....................................................4
Plug ...................................................2
Frame Complete................................1
(excludes items 7 and 8)
1
7
1
2
2
7
8
3
4
10
3
11
9
4
5
5
9
10
6
6
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Warranty
Titan Tool, Inc., (“Titan”) warrants that at the time of delivery to the original purchaser for use (“End User”), the equipment
covered by this warranty is free from defects in material and workmanship. Titan’s obligation under this warranty is limited to
replacing or repairing without charge those parts which, to Titan’s reasonable satisfaction, are shown to be defective within
twelve (12) months with the exception of defects in the parts of the drive train/gear box or pressure control assembly which will
be repaired or replaced for twenty four months after sale to the End User. This warranty applies only when the unit is installed
and operated in accordance with the recommendations and instructions of Titan.
This warranty does not apply in the case of damage or wear caused by abrasion, corrosion or misuse, negligence, accident,
faulty installation, substitution of non-Titan component parts, or tampering with the unit in a manner to impair normal operation.
Defective parts are to be returned to an authorized Titan sales/service outlet. All transportation charges, including return to the
factory, if necessary, are to be borne and prepaid by the End User. Repaired or replaced equipment will be returned to the End
User transportation prepaid.
THERE IS NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY. TITAN HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TO
THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHICH CANNOT BE DISCLAIMED IS
LIMITED TO THE TIME PERIOD SPECIFIED IN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. IN NO CASE SHALL TITAN LIABILITY EXCEED
THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE. LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES
UNDER ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES IS EXCLUDED TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.
TITAN MAKES NO WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO ACCESSORIES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS OR COMPONENTS SOLD BUT NOT
MANUFACTURED BY TITAN. THOSE ITEMS SOLD, BUT NOT MANUFACTURED BY TITAN (SUCH AS GAS ENGINES,
SWITCHES, HOSES, ETC.) ARE SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY, IF ANY, OF THEIR MANUFACTURER. TITAN WILL PROVIDE
THE PURCHASER WITH REASONABLE ASSISTANCE IN MAKING ANY CLAIM FOR BREACH OF THESE WARRANTIES.
Patents
These products may be covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents:
4,457,472
4,508,268
4,494,697
4,500,119
5,425,506
5,749,528
5,947,381
4,611,758
4,744,571
4,768,929
United States Sales & Service
1-800-526-5362
Fax 1-800-528-4826
Canadian Branch
1-800-565-8665
Fax 1-905-856-8496
International
1-201-405-7520
Fax 1-201-405-7449
556 Commerce Street
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417
200 Trowers Road, Unit 7B
Woodbridge, L4L 5Z8
556 Commerce Street
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417 USA
www.titan-tools.com
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