operating and maintenance instruction operating and

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OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTION
Ed. 006
Horizontal Street Marking
PA I N T
S P R AY I N G
ENGLISH
EQUIPMENT
Due to a constant product improvement programme, the factory reserves the right to modify
technical details mentioned in this manual without prior notice.
DRAGON LINER
K CLEANING AT THE END OF THE WORK.....................p.20
L GENERAL MAINTENANCE..........................................p.21
WARNINGS...................................................................p.2
A Working principle.................................................p.3
B TECHNICAL DATA.........................................................p.4
Daily..........................................................................p.21
Sectors of use...........................................................p.5
Periodically................................................................p.21
Nozzle position table.................................................p.5
M ROUTINE MAINTENANCE............................................p.21
C DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT..........................p.6
D TRANSPORT AND UNPACKING..................................p.9
E SAFETY RULES............................................................p.9
Check on the packing nut.........................................p.21
Pressure switch seal check.......................................p.22
Checking the motor oil..............................................p.22
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F SETTING-UP.................................................................p.10
Connection of the automatic guns................................. p.10
Connection of the flexible hose to the manual gun........ p.11
Washing of the new equipment.................................p.11
Preparation of the paint.............................................p.14
G WORKING.....................................................................p.14
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLS...........................p.23
DRAGON LINER CONTROL PANEL USE.....................p.24
LINE SEQUENCY FUNCTION......................................p.26
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS.....................................p.29
CORRECT PROCEDURE OF DECOMPRESSION......p.30
REPLACEMENT OF THE PUMPING GROUP'S
Setup procedure.......................................................p.14
GASKETS......................................................................p.31
Adjusting pump unit speed........................................p.15
Pit stop maintenance................................................p.32
H PAINTING OPERATIONES............................................p.16
Lower seal.................................................................p.32
Spray adjustment......................................................p.17
Upper seal.................................................................p.34
I APPENDIX "A": UNIT WITH PEARLIZED
SPARE PARTS
T HIGH PRESSURE GUN "AT 250".................................p.39
U COMPLETe SHORT PUMPING ELEMENT..................p.40
V LINER TYPE MACHINES..............................................p.41
W PETROL-POWERED DRAGON....................................p.44
X BASIC HYDRAULIC BLOCK REF. 30400......................p.46
Y 50L TANK.....................................................................p.48
Z ACCESSORIES.............................................................p.49
REFLECTING PAINT DISTRIBUTION
ACCESSORY.................................................................p.18
J REGULATIONS..............................................................p.19
Adjusting the distribution unit....................................p.19
Adjusting stabilizer wheel..........................................p.19
Adjusting the guns support arm................................p.19
Adjusting the pneumatic system pressure................p.19
WE ADVISE THE USE OF THIS EQUIPMENT ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS.
ONLY USE THIS MACHINE FOR USAGE SPECIFICALLY MENTIONED IN THIS MANUAL.
Thank you for choosing a LARIUS S.R.L. product.
As well as the product purchased,
you will receive a range of support services
enabling you to achieve the results desired,
quickly and professionally.
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SELF-PROPELLED PROFESSIONAL LINE-MARKER
DRAGON LINER
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WARNINGS
The table below provides the meaning of the symbols used in this manual in relation to using, earthing,
operating, maintaining, and repairing of this equipment.
Read this operator’s manual carefully before using the equipment.
An improper use of this machine can cause injuries to people or things.
Do not use this machine when under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Do not modify the equipment under any circumstances.
Use products and solvents that are compatible with the various parts of the equipment, and read the manufacturer’s warnings carefully.
See the Technical Details for the equipment given in the Manual.
Check the equipment for worn parts once a day. If any worn parts are found, replace them using ONLY original spare parts.
Keep children and animals away from work area.
Comply with all safety standards.
It indicates an accident risk or serious damage to equipment if this warning is not followed.
It indicates a fire or explosion risk if this warning is not followed.
Eliminate all ignition sources such as pilot lights, cigarettes, portable electric lamps and plastic drop cloths.
Keep work area free of debris.
ONLY use this equipment in a well ventilated area.
EARTH ALL THE EQUIPMENT LOCATED IN THE WORK AREA.
Do not form connections or switch light switches on or off if the air contains inflammable fumes.
If electrical shocks or discharges are encountered the operation being carried out using the equipment must be stopped immediately.
Keep a fire extinguisher at hand in the immediate vicinity of the work area.
It indicates wound and finger squashing risk due to movable parts in the equipment.
Tenersi lontano dalle parti in movimento.
Do not use the equipment without the proper protection.
Before any inspection or maintenance of the equipment, carry out the decompression procedure explained in this manual, and prevent
any risk of the equipment starting unexpectedly.
Report any risk of chemical reaction or explosion if this warning has not been given.
There is a risk of injury or serious lesion related to contact with the jet from the spray gun. If this should occur, IMMEDIATELY contact
a doctor, indicating the type of product injected.
Do not spray before the guard has been placed over the nozzle and the trigger on the spray gun.
Do not put your fingers in the spray gun nozzle.
Once work has been completed, before carrying out any maintenance, complete the decompression procedure explained in this
manual.
It indicates important recommendations about disposal and recycling process of products in accordance with the environmental
regulations.
Report any danger of electric shock if the warning and presence of live electrical parts has not been indicated.
Store in a dry place and do not expose to the rain.
Check that the cables are in good condition.
Switch off the equipment and discharge any electricity before cleaning or maintaining the equipment.
Mark any clamps attached to earth cables.
Use ONLY 3-wire extension cords and grounded electrical outlets.
Before starting work make sure that the electrical system is earthed and that it complies with safety standards.
It is obligatory to wear suitable clothing as gloves, goggles and face shield.
Wear clothing that complies with the safety standards in force in the country in which the equipment is used.
Do not wear bracelets, earrings, rings, chains, or anything else that may hinder the operator’s work.
Do not wear clothing with wide sleeves, scarves, ties, or any other piece of clothing that could get tangled up in moving parts of the
equipment during the work, inspection, or maintenance cycles.
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DRAGON LINER
Airless line-marking guarantees:
A WORKING PRINCIPLE
The DRAGON LINER is a self-propelled device which was conceived and designed for performing road markings along particularly
difficult tracts of uneven road where marking would otherwise be
difficult to complete.
The internal combustion engine, mounted upon the undercarriage,
powers the alternative piston pump and the alternator which is
utilised for charging the battery unit. The two-wheel frontal-traction
is powered by an electric motor which allows for easy operator
movement, even on medium-grade inclines.
The control zone allows for the possibility of:
The paint dries quickly and the line is defined in a uniform manner
with a single coat. The airless function requires the use of filtered
paint which is specifically designed for airless application. This
means that the paint is homogeneous, of a smooth and uniform
consistency and will not form crusts, nor will it become gelatinous
or thick. With this airless line-marker, the paint adheres firmly to
all types of pavement, with optimal visibility, and is resistance to
wear caused both by traffic as well as atmospheric agents.
The refractive effect is
obtained by the release of
refractive spheres from an
appropriate tank.
These spheres automatically “fall” onto the painted
line and, for this reason,
pre-mixed or beaded paints
do not have to be used. The
device’s continued proper
function is guaranteed
through the exclusive use of suitable and quality paints. A high
degree of workplace safety and cleanliness is achieved thanks
to the help of the pressurised tanks.
•Activating the two dispensing spray guns;
•Enabling or disabling the frontal steering wheel;
•Increasing the motor’s Rpms;
•Enabling / disabling front-wheel traction;
•Gradually increasing the advancement speed of the self-propelled
undercarriage;
•Opening / closing flow to the 2nd spray gun;
•Selecting solid or broken-line painting functionality.
This type of device is capable of marking two side-by-side lines
of the same colour simultaneously.
The lines may be solid, broken or mixed.
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In the LARIUS models,
the paint canister can
be loaded directly upon
the undercarriage or else
poured into the non-stick,
50 L tank. In every case,
cleaning, maintenance and
colour change operations
are facilitated.
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BROKEN LINES
SOLID LINES
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The line-marker is equipped with a 360° pivoting
frontal wheel which even
increases the agility of the
larger models.
High yield, high efficiency,
high versatility.
MIXED LINES
DRAGON LINER is ideal for medium to large marking and maintenance jobs.
Use water or non-refractive solvent filtered paint
specifically designed for airless application.
DRAGON LINER allows for the marking and maintaining of all
types lines on highways, freeways, pedestrian crossings, parking
lots and squares, as well as every horizontal marking required
by the highway code.
Airless marking has numerous proven benefits with respect to
line-markers with pressurised tanks, which have been rendered
obsolete by airless-technology line markers.
This line-marker utilises non-premixed paints. This allows it to
achieve about 30% more yield with respect to standard line-markers.
Every model is also an airless spray gun which can be used in the
construction/decoration sector together with washable products,
enamels, breathable paints and flooring resins.
A vast assortment of accessories is available to satisfy every
customer demand.
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•Decreased Environmental Impact;
•Decreased drying time.
DRAGON LINER
DRAGON LINER
Motor power
9 - HP
Max. Delivery
7 - l/m
Max. pressure
230 bar
Airless spray-guns
N°2 AT 250
Supply
24 V
Sizes of the furnished nozzles
50 L tank
2 x 13-40 - 2 x 17-40 - 2 x 21-40 - 1 x 19-40
series
Colours
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Automatic line-marking
Applications
series
Excellent road-marking and maintenance
Multi-use sprayer
Weight
series
220 kg
Lenght
(A) 1650 mm
Height
(B) 1000 mm
Width
(C) 750 mm
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B TECHNICAL DATA
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A
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Accessories
Models
N°1 Filter with pressure gauge
Ref.4405
Rif. 4600
N°1 High pressure tube 3/16", 10 m
Bead distributor for
Dragon liner +
N°1 Piston surge compensator
two spray-guns
Auto-traction
N°1 Recirculation tube
Ref. 4405/1
N°1 50 L gravity tank + closure valve and extractible
Bead distributor for
filter
automatic spray-guns Dragon liner +
N°2 Manual airless spray-guns AT250
Ref.4038
Auto-traction +
N°2 Super fast clean bases
Laser pointer kit
Automatic line-marking
N°2 Super fast clean nozzles 13-40
Ref. 4506
sequencer
N°2 Super fast clean nozzles 17-40
Working spotlight
N°2 Super fast clean nozzles 21-40
Ref. 4711
N°1 Pole with flashing light
Operator platform
Rif. 4650
N°1 Speed control bridge
N°1 Tool pack
SECTORS OF USE
•External or underground parking lots (schools, hotels, airports,
supermarkets, train stations, subway stations, ports);
•External public areas;
•Industrial and exhibition building zones;
•Freeway service areas and service stations;
•Pedestrian median lines, intersections, bicycle tracks, reserved
lanes;
•Internal and external logistic area markings;
•Playing fields.
NOZZLE POSITION TABLE
Nozzle height
from ground
20-degree angle
Line Width
40-degree angle
Line Width
60-degree angle
Line Width
10 cm
~ 3 cm
~ 5 cm
~ 10 cm
~ 7 cm
~ 13 cm
~ 8 cm
~ 16 cm
~ 10 cm
~ 20 cm
~ 12 cm
~ 23 cm
15 cm
20 cm
~ 6 cm
25 cm
30 cm
~ 10 cm
35 cm
~ 26 cm
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Standard equipment
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C DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT
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4
1
12
13
1
13
5
2
10
11
9
4
13
8
6
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POS.
Description
POS.
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2
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3
4
5
6
Airless manual gun AT 250
Automatic lever for selecting solid or broken line painting
functionality
Internal combustion engine
Laser pointer
Manometer
Manual airless spray intake valve
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8
9
10
11
12
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Description
Spray-guns intake valve
Product supply tube
Recirculation tube
Recirculation - safety valve
Intake filter
High pressure hose
Refractive sphere distribution units
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20
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19
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17
14
23
21
22
POS.
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16
17
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Description
Control Head Liner
Refractive sphere tank
lt. 50 tank
LA95 airless spray-gun
Stablizer lifting cylinder
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POS.
Description
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20
21
22
23
Undercarrige guide for distancing the spray-gun from the surface
Pumping group
Electric motor for forward/reverse movement
Product intake valve
Arm-lifting and spray-gun electro-valves
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27
24
25
26
POS.
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25
26
POS.
Description
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28
29
Electric alternator for battery recharging
Surge compensator
Traction battery unit
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Description
Frontal steering unit
Undercarriage structure for egonomic handling
Pneumatic system supply compressor
DRAGON LINER
D TRANSPORT AND UNPACKING
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Read carefully and entirely the following instructions
before using the product.
Please save these instructions in a safe place.
Before installing the equipment, ensure that the area to
be used is large enough for such purposes, is properly
lit and has a clean, smooth floor surface.
The unauthorised tampering/replacement of one
or more parts composing the machine, the use of
accessories, tools, expendable materials other than
those recommended by the manufacturer can be a
danger of accident.
The manufacturer will be relieved from tort and
criminal liability.
The user is responsible for the operations of unloading and handling and should use the maximum
care so as not to damage the individual parts or
injure anyone.
To perform the unloading operation, use only
qualified and trained personnel (truck and crane
operators, etc.) and also suitable hoisting equipment
for the weight of the installation or its parts. Follow
carefully all the safety rules.
The personnel must be equipped with the necessary
safety clothing.
• The manufacturer will not be responsible for the unloading
operations and transport to the workplace of the machine.
• Check the packing is undamaged on receipt of the equipment. Unpack the machine and verify if there has been
any damage due to transportation.
In case of damage, call immediately LARIUS and the
Shipping Agent.
All the notices about possible damage or anomalies must
arrive timely within 8 days at least from the date of receipt
of the plant through Registered Letter to the Shipping
Agent and to LARIUS.
The disposal of packaging materials is a customer’s
competence and must be performed in accordance
with the regulations in force in the country where
the plant is installed and used.
It is nevertheless sound practice to recycle packaging materials in an environment-friendly manner
as much as possible.
•
Keep your work place clean and tidy. Disorder where you are
working creates a potential risk of accidents.
•
Always keep proper balance avoiding unusual stance.
•
Before using the tool, ensure there are not damaged parts
and the machine can work properly.
•
Always follow the instructions about safety and the regulations
in force.
•
Keep those who are not responsible for the equipment out
of the work area..
•
Never exceed the maximum working pressure indicated.
•
Never point the spray gun at yourselves or at other people.
The contact with the casting can cause serious injuries.
•
In case of injuries caused by the gun casting, seek immediate
medical advice specifying the type of the product injected.
Never undervalue a wound caused by the injection of a
fluid.
•
Always disconnect the supply and release the pressure in
the circuit before performing any check or part replacement
of the equipment.
•
Never modify any part in the equipment. Check regularly the
components of the system. Replace the parts damaged or
worn.
•
Tighten and check all the fittings for connection between pump,
flexible hose and spray gun before using the equipment.
•
Always use the flexible hose supplied with standard kit.The use
of any accessories or tooling other than those recommended
in this manual, may cause damage or injure the operator.
E SAFETY RULES
•
The employer shall train its employees about all those risks
stemming from accidents, about the use of safety devices
for their own safety and about the general rules for accident
prevention in compliance with international regulations and
with the laws of the country where the plant is used.
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• The packed parts should be handled as indicated in the
symbols and markings on the outside of the packing.
The behaviour of the employees shall strictly comply with
the accident prevention and also environmental regulations
in force in the country where the plant is installed and used.
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F SetTING-up
The fluid contained in the flexible hose can be very dangerous.
Handle the flexible hose carefully. Do not pull the flexible hose
to move the equipment. Never use a damaged or a repaired
flexible hose.
Connection of the AUTOMATIC gunS
• Connect the high pressure flexible hoses (F1) to the fitting
(F2) and the guns (F3) tightening the fittings strongly (the
use of two wrenches is suggested).
Never use sealants on fittings threads.
The high speed of travel of the product in the hose
can create static electricity through discharges
and sparks. The pump is earthed through the earth
with sliding chain.
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•
• It is recommended to use the hose provided with the standard kit.
NEVER use a damaged or a repaired flexible hose.
Never spray over flammable products or solvents in closed
places.
F2
Never use the tooling in presence of potentially explosive
gas.
Always check the product is compatible with the
materials composing the equipment (pump, spray
gun, flexible hose and accessories) with which it
can come into contact. Never use paints or solvents containing halogen hydrocarbons (as the
methylene chloride).
If these products come into contact with aluminium
parts can provoke dangerous chemical reactions
with risk of corrosion and explosion.
IF THE PRODUCT TO BE USED IS TOXIC, AVOID
INHALATION AND CONTACT BY USING PROTECTION GLOVES, GOGGLES AND PROPER
FACE SHIELDS.
F2
F1
F1
TAKE PROPER SAFETY MEASURES FOR THE
PROTECTION OF HEARING IN CASE OF WORK
NEAR THE PLANT.
Engine safety precautions:
•
Read the engine operator's manual annex.
F3
Never attempt to tamper with the calibre of
instruments.
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F3
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Ensure the guns (F3-F6) is without nozzle.
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Connection of the MANUAL gunS
• Connect the high pressure flexible hose (F4) to the fitting (F5)
and the gun (F6) tightening the fittings strongly (the use of
two wrenches is suggested).
F3
F6
F5
• Press the switch (F7) of the equipment “ON” (I).
F4
F6
F7
• Pull the lever (F8) for the first cold start up.
F8
Washing of the new equipment
•
The equipment has already been adjusted at our factory with
light mineral oil left inside the pumping group as protection.
Therefore, wash with diluent before sucking the product.
•
Fill the product tank with wash fluid.
•
Clean the inside of the tank with a brush.
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• Open the fuel tap (F9) and position it to "ON".
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F9
ON
F12
• Bring the accelerator lever (F10) to about 1/2 of its run.
F10
F13
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• Pull the start up cord (F11).
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Open the re-circulation valve (F14).
F14
F11
• Turn the equipment’s switch (F12) to ON (I) in order to enable
the control Head Liner panel.
•
Turn pressure regulating knob (F13) clockwise a little so that
the machine idles.
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Visually check that the wash fluid starts to re-circulate within
the tank (F15).
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F17
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F18
•
Close the re-circulation valve (F14).
F14
•
Open the tap (F16) of the manual gun.
•
Close the tap (F16) of the manual gun.
•
Open the tap (F19) of the automatic guns.
• Perform the same operation for the automatic spray guns as
well (see Head Liner control bridge instructions).
•
Eliminate any solvent which remains within the tubes by
activating the manual and automatic guns.
F16
F19
• As soon as the pump begins to run dry, turn the handle (F13)
to minimum to stop the pump.
F16
F13
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• Point the manual gun (F17) at a container keeping (F18) and
keep pressed the trigger lever (so as to drain the oil inside)
till a clean solvent comes out. Now, release the lever.
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Absolutely avoid spraying solvents in closed
environments. It is also recommended to keep
the spray gun away from the pump in order to
prevent vapours from coming into contact with
the electrical motor.
SETUP PROCEDURE
• Use the tooling after performing all the SETTING UP operations above described.
• Stop the combustion engine.
•
• Make sure that all the levers are in the “DISENGAGED”
position.
At this point the machine is ready. If water-based paints are
to be used, after the wash with solvent wash the tank again
with soap and water, then rinse with clean water (repeating
the previously described procedures).
•
Insert the manual gun trigger lock and assemble the nozzle.
•
Insert the automatic guns trigger lock and assemble the
nozzles.
• Check that the automatic lever (G1) is in its “0” position.
Preparation of the paint
• Make sure the product is suitable to be used with a spray
gun.
• Mix and filter the product before using it. For filtration
use CLOSE-MESH (rif. 214) and LARGE-MESH (rif. 215)
LARIUS METEX braids.
Make sure the product to be used is compatible
with the materials employed for manufacturing the
equipment (stainless steel and aluminium). Because
of that, please contact the supplier of the product.
G1
• Fill the tank (F15) with the paint.
F15
• Check that there is enough unleaded petrol.
Turn fuel (G2) knob to “ON”.
G2
Never use products containing halogen hydrocarbons (as methylene chloride). If these products come into contact with aluminium
parts of the equipment, can provoke dangerous chemical reactions
with risk of explosion.
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•
• Activate the motor start control using the the self-coiling
starter (G3).
Activate the compressor (G8) (adjust the compressor’s pressure to 6 bar).
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G8
COMPRESSOR
G3
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• Release the brake on the rear wheel using the lever (G9),
in order to be able to move the machine more easily and
accurately.
Open the re-circulation valve (G4).
Turn pressure regulating knob (G5) clockwise a little so that
the machine idles.
Visually check that the product starts to re-circulate within
the tank.
Close the re-circulation valve (G4).
Open the tap (G6) of the automatic guns.
Open the tap (G7) (if necessary only for painting with the
manual gun).
Turn the pressure adjustment handle (G5) to the necessary
operating value (120 ÷ 190 bar).
G9
B
A = Disconnected block
B = Connected block
G4
ADJUSTING PUMP UNIT SPEED
• Move the motor acceleration lever (G10) gently to increase
or decrease the speed of the pump.
During the painting operation it is normally recommended to
maintain the position of the accelerator lever (G10) at about
3/4 of its run.
G7
G6
G5
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G10
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H PAINTING OPERATIONES
H5
• In order to use the spray-guns, open the valve (H1) located
at the intake filter’s outlet. In this manner both line-marking
spray-guns will have the possibility of dispensing paint by moving the appropriate manual lever or the automatic lever.
H4
• In order to use the manual spray-gun, open the valve (H6)
located at the intake filter’s outlet.
H1
• The control lever (H3) located on the right handle can be
positioned to “T” (DASHED) or to “C” (CONTINUOUS) in
order to set the automatic guns’ operating conditions.
(See the “control bridge use” section for programming).
H6
• If operation is required upon a long rectilinear section, the
lever (H7) must be placed in its “B” position. A spring-action
mechanical stopper will automatically block the front wheel
(H8) in its straight position, thereby ensuring a straight trajectory for the operator.
H3
A
• The machine is outfitted with a third manual (H4) gun with a
15-meter tube (H5) to perform roadside writings with paint
templates.
H7
A = Disconnected block
B = Connected block
The gun is situated under the control handles placed on the
special tube winder.
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In order to avoid excess paint pressure, do not spray if not
simultaneously advancing with the machine.
•
Always paint with regular parallel bands coats (manual
guns).
•
Keep a safety and constant distance between the gun and the
support to be painted and also keep yourselves perpendicular
to it.
Never point the spray gun at yourselves or at
other people. The contact with the casting can
cause serious injuries.
In case of injuries caused by the gun casting, seek
immediate medical advice specifying the type of
the product injected.
• Press the advancement button (H9) and begin to work based
on the set cycle by activating the gun control lever "T" or "C"
(H3).
Recirculation - safety valve: when working at the
maximum pressure available, releasing the gun
trigger sudden increases of pressure can occur.
In this case, the recirculation - safety valve opens
automatically eliminating part of the product from
the recirculating tube. Then it closes so as to go
back to the first working conditions.
H9
After the unit’s use, follow all procedures for decompression and cleaning indicated in the attached
maintenance and use manual.
Upon completion of work, switch the lever into the
resting position.
H3
SPRAY ADJUSTMENT
•
Slowly turn clockwise the pressure control knob to reach the
pressure value in order to ensure a good atomization of the
product.
•
An irregular and marked spray on the sides indicates a low
working pressure. On the contrary, a too high pressure causes
a high fog (“overspray”) and waste of product.
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DRAGON LINER
I APPENDIX “A”: UNIT WITH PEARLIZED REFLECTING PAINT DISTRIBUTION ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT
With the new distribution system of reflecting pearl, the “DRAGON
LINER” unit can produce a system of more visible and therefore
safer roadway indication, even in the worst weather.
The pearlized distribution kit is composed of a drop tank with two
openings, two rubber tubes that carry the paint to the sluice-gated
distributors, which, by means of the gun control levers, simultaneously drive the opening bulkheads.
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2
3
POS.
Description
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2
3
4
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Drop tank
Filling tubes
Sluice-gated distributors
Valves for opening / closing the refracting material
distributor
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J REGULATIONS
ADJUSTING THE GUNS SUPPORT ARM
ADJUSTING THE DISTRIBUTION UNIT
In order to regulate the quantity of reflective beads in the distribution
unit, turn the knob (J1) anticlockwise (+) to increase the quantity
of product and clockwise (-) to reduce it.
J8
+
J1
J6
ADJUSTING STABILIZER WHEEL
In order to adjust the position of the stabilizer wheel (J2) use the
knobs (J3).
J7
J5
ADJUSTING THE PNEUMATIC SYSTEM PRESSURE
Before adjusting the pressure, start the compressor using the button (J9).
In order to regulate the pressure in the pneumatic system, turn
the knob (J10) clockwise (+) to increase the pressure and anticlockwise (-) to reduce it.
ON
OFF
J2
J9
+
J3
J10
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In order to adjust the length of the gun support arm (J5) slacken
the screw (J6).
Once the adjustment has been made, lock the gun support arm
in position (J5) by tightening the screw (J6).
In order to adjust the position of the spray guns use the knobs
(J7-J8).
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OF THE WORK
K4
• Reduce pressure to the minimum (turn counterclockwise the
pressure control knob (K1)).
K1
+
•
Press the switch (K2) placed on the box of the electric motor,
to stop the equipment.
K2
K5
OFF
•
•
Turn the pressure adjustment (K6) handle slightly clockwise
to make the machine function at minimum pressure (pump
activated).
•
Empty the tank (K4).
•
Turn the pressure adjustment (K6) handle to minimum (pump
stopped).
•
Insert wash fluid into the tank.
•
Clean the walls of the tank with a brush.
•
Turn the pressure adjustment (K6) handle slightly clockwise
to make the machine function at minimum pressure (pump
activated).
•
Make sure the re-circulation tube is inserted into a container
and wait for clean wash fluid to come out of it (clean).
•
Turn the pressure adjustment (K6) handle to minimum (pump
stopped).
Open the re-circulate safety valve (K3) to release the pressure
in the circuit.
K3
•
Eliminate any paint which remains in the tank (K4) by placing
the recirculation tube (K5) into a container.
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L GENERAL MAINTENANCE
Close the re-circulation valve (K3).
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•
•
Clean the filters;
Clean the nozzles;
Clean all the varnish circuit with a specific product;
Check the fuel motor (see the maintenance table).
PERIODICALLY
• Check the pumping gaskets draft (if the product draws, replace
gaskets);
• Clean the mobile parts from the varnish deposits (clutch
traction, spray guns, etc.);
• Check the gun cables tightening, the wheel block and the
traction;
• Check that the tubes and all the fittings are correctly locked.
K3
M ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
•
Reposition the re-circulation tube within the tank.
•
Remove the nozzles from the guns and wash them separately.
•
Turn the pressure adjustment (K6) handle slightly clockwise
to make the machine function at minimum pressure (pump
activated).
•
Point the manual gun (K7) into a container (K8), drain the residual paint and wait for the wash fluid to come out clean.
CHECK ON THE PACKING NUT
The gaskets do not need adjusting. The ring nut is only used to
fit and remove gaskets and for topping up the oil.
Always disconnect the electrical supply and
discharge the pressure in the pump unit (open
the discharge valve) before carrying out any
maintenance.
Wait 30 seconds before proceeding with maintenance operations to allow any residual electricity
to be discharged.
K7
•
K8
Use the lubricant (M1) provided (ref. 16325) to make it easier
to slide the piston inside the seal pack and to substitute the
air with oil.
Oil ring
M1
Ref. 16325
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At the start of each working day check that the
ring nut is full of hydraulic oil (Ref. 16325). This oil
makes it easier for the piston to slide and prevents
any material that escapes via the seal gasket drying
when the equipment is stopped.
•
The ring nut (M2) must be tightened all the way.
Every 100 working hours, with the pressure at 0 bar, check
that it is tightened all the way.
•
The pin (M3) supplied (Ref. 20144) is used to tighten and
open the pump unit (M4) locking ring nut, which must always
be tight to act as a locknut.
M2
M5
Ref. 20144
Closing/opening
pin
M3
CHECKING THE MOTOR OIL
Check the motor oil every 100 working hours via the relevant
measuring caps positioned on the bottom of the petrol motor.
Top up if necessary.
M4
Pressure switch seal check
Check that no material is escaping from the safety hole (M5) at
the bottom of the protective container.
If necessary, replace the O-Ring for the pressure sensor (M6).
M6
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N7) Speed regulation handle
Allows the user to gradually regulate the machine’s advancement speed.
N8) Alternatore
When the red indicator is on, it indicates a malfunction in the
alternator required for charging the batteries.
N1) Directional lever
Pull on the lever to release the linear drive lock (a) and allow
the machine to perform curved line tracts.
N2) Blue luminous selector
Activates the pneumatic circuit’s compressor.
N9) Direction selector
Allows the user to select the machine’s advancement direction;
stops the machine’s movement if pressed.
N3) Indicator light
When on, indicates that the machine is ready for operation.
N10) Speed
N11) Light switch
Activates/deactivates the frontal spotlight (if installed).
N4) Pressure regulation handle
Allows the user to gradually regulate the pressure.
N12) Electric brake release
When pressed, allows for the machine to be pushed in the
event of electrical malfunction of blockage
N5) Luminous selector
Lifts or lowers the spray unit’s stabilizing wheel.
N6) Indicator
Displays the battery charge status.
N12
N9
AVANTI
INDIETRO
N10
PUSH
RUN
N11
STOP
N9
N10
N1
a
N6
N7
N4
N2
N3
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N5
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N DESCRIPTION OF THE
CONTROLS
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O DRAGON LINER CONTROL PANEL USE
Keep the pressure adjustment handle (O1) at minimum
in order to access the various Menus.
O1
+
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Set: 0
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MENU
• Activate by means of a special interrupter “0-1” on the right
side of the control panel;
• On the display appear date, time and temperature (see
Fig.1);
• Pressing the menu key will scroll through the list of functions
1 through 9.
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Display when the electronic box is switched on
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SETTINGS
1. Set Date
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2. Setup Time
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MENU 1: SETUP DATE
Press the “MENU” key and the first setting “1. DATE” will appear.
To change the date:
• Press the “SELECT” key to enter the page;
• Press “MENU” to change the numbers for the date;
• Press “SELECT” to move from day to month and to year;
• Press “SELECT” when in the year position to return to point
“1. DATE".
Press “MENU” to go on to point 2.
MENU 2: SETUP TIME
When “MENU” is pressed from point 1, the display reads “2.
TIME”.
To change the time:
• Press the “SELECT” key to enter the page;
• Press “MENU” to change the numbers for the date;
• Press “SELECT” to move from hour to minutes and seconds;
• Press “SELECT” when in the second position to return to point
“2. TIME”.
Press “MENU” to go on to point 3.
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SETTINGS
3. Main hours
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MENU 4: MAINTENANCE ALERT
When “MENU” is pressed from point 3, the display reads “4. MAINTENANCE ALERT”. This menu is used to set the n° of hours prior
warning for maintenance tasks. To change:
• Press the “SELECT” key to enter the page;
• Press “MENU” to increase the time set. Hold “MENU” down
and press and release “SELECT” to invert the counter and
therefore reduce the time set;
• Press “SELECT” again to return to point “4. MAINTENANCE
ALERT”.
Press “MENU” to go on to point 5.
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4. Main. Alert
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MENU 5: MAINTENANCE DONE
When “MENU” is pressed from point 4, the display reads “5.
MAINTENANCE DONE”.This menu is used to reset the countdown
after having completed maintenance. To change:
• Press the “SELECT” key to enter the page;
• Press “SELECT” again to confirm that maintenance has
been done. The display automatically goes back to menu “5.
MAINTENANCE DONE”.
Press “MENU” to go on to point 6.
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5. Main. done
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MENU 6: TOTALS
When “MENU” is pressed from point 5, the display reads “6.
TOTALS” This menu shows the number of hours worked and the
number of times the pump control clutch has been activated. • Press the “MENU” or “SELECT” key to return to “6. TOTALS”.
Press “MENU” to go on to point 7.
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SETTINGS
6. Totals
MENU
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MENU 3: SETTING MAINTENANCE HOURS
When “MENU” is pressed from point 2, the display reads “3.
MAINTENANCE HOURS”. This menu is used to set the n° of
hours between successive maintenance tasks. To change the time:
• Press the “SELECT” key to enter the page;
• Press “MENU” to increase the time set. Hold “MENU” down
and press and release “SELECT” to invert the counter and
therefore reduce the time set. ;
• Press “SELECT” again to return to point “3. MAINTENANCE
HOURS”.
Press “MENU” to go on to point 4.
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MENU 7: LANGUAGE
When “MENU” is pressed from point 6, the display reads “7. LANGUAGE”. This menu can be used to set the language.
• Press the “SELECT” key to access the page, and the “MENU”
key to switch from Italian to English and from English to Italian;
• Press “SELECT” to return to “7. LANGUAGE”.
Press “MENU” to go on to point 8.
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SETTINGS
7. Language
MENU
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MENU 8: SEQUENCER
When “MENU” is pressed from point 7, the display reads “8.
SEQUENCER”. This menu can be used to select or deselect the
use of the automatic tracker.
• Press the “SELECT” key to access the page, and the “MENU”
key to switch from sequencer YES or NO ;
• Press “SELECT” to return to “8. SEQUENCER”.
Press “MENU” to go on to point 9.
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SETTINGS
8. Sequencer
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N.B.: If “Sequencer YES” is selected the tracking setting menu
described below can be accessed.
MENU 9: RETURN
When “MENU” is pressed from point 8, the display reads “9.
RETURN” . This menu is used to go back to the initial page. • Press the “SELECT” key to return to the initial page.
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SETTINGS
9. Return
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P LINE SEQUENCING FUNCTION
From the initial page, if the “MENU” key is pressed twice, the “spray menu” mode is accessed spray menu (N.B. Only if Menu 8 was
previously set to “Sequencer ON”).
MENU 1: MANUAL COMMAND
This function allows one to decide which gun to use with the control
lever in the “continuous” position. The possibilities are:
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SPRAY MENU
1. Manual Command
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•
•
•
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Gun SX only;
Gun DX only;
Guns SX and DX simultaneously;
Press the menu button to change setting;
Press the select key to exit.
N.B.: this menu refers only to the “CONTINUOUS” (“C”) line
type.
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MENU 2: RIGHT LINE
SPRAY MENU
2. Right Line
•
•
•
•
Press menu key until arriving at page 2;
Press select key to enter the page;
Press the menu key to increase the set value;
Hold “MENU” down and press and release “SELECT” to invert
the counter (and therefore reduce the value set). • Press select to exit.
MENU
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MENU 3: RIGHT SPACE
This function allows for the programming of the length of the blank
area between dashes. HEAD LINER CONTROL
SPRAY MENU
3. Right space
•
•
•
•
Press menu key until arriving at page 3;
Press select key to enter the page;
Press the menu key to increase the set value;
Hold “MENU” down and press and release “SELECT” to invert
the counter (and therefore reduce the value set). • Press select to exit.
MENU
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MENU 4: LEFT LINE
This function allows for the programming of the length of the
dashed line.
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SPRAY MENU
4. Left Line
•
•
•
•
Press menu key until arriving at page 4;
Press select key to enter the page;
Press the menu key to increase the set value;
Hold “MENU” down and press and release “SELECT” to invert
the counter (and therefore reduce the value set). • Press select to exit.
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This function allows for the programming of the length of the blank
area between dashes. HEAD LINER CONTROL
SPRAY MENU
5. Left space
•
•
•
•
Press menu key until arriving at page 5;
Press select key to enter the page;
Press the menu key to increase the set value;
Hold “MENU” down and press and release “SELECT” to invert
the counter (and therefore reduce the value set). • Press select to exit.
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This function allows for the programming of the length of the
dashed line.
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SPRAY MENU
6. Start left space
MENU 6: START LEFT SPACE
This function allows for the spray delay to be set exclusively for
the left gun.
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7. Command
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MENU 7: COMMAND This function allows one to stabilize which guns will be used with
the lever in the “DOTTED” (“T”) position.
• Press menu key until arriving at page 7;
• Press the select key to enter the page.
Possible settings are:
• Gun SX off + DX dashed;
• Gun SX off + DX continuous;
• Gun SX dashed + DX dashed;
• Gun SX dashed + DX continuous;
• Gun SX continuous + DX dashed
• Press the menu key to choose the desired setting;
• Press select to exit.
MENU 8: DISTANCE This function allows one to choose the distance of work before
the sprayer stops.
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MENU
•
•
•
•
Press menu key until arriving at page 8;
Press select key to enter the page;
Press the menu key to increase the set value;
Holding down the menu key, press and release the select key
to decrease the set value;
• Press select to exit.
N.B.: the value “0” indicates no control over the distance.
SPRAY MENU
8. Distance
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MENU 9: STEP LENGTH
This function is used to correct any errors that may occur between
the dotted line entered and the line actually made.
• Press the “MENU” key until page 9 is reached;
• Press the “SELECT” key to enter the page;
• Press the “MENU” key to increase the value set (the line length
is reduced);
• Hold “MENU” down and press and release “SELECT” to invert
the counter (and therefore reduce the value set). The length
of the line increases;
• Press “SELECT” to exit.
N.B.: the step length is already set in the factory and generally
does not need to be changed.
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MENU 10: RETURN
This function is used to go back to the initial page. SPRAY MENU
10. Return
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Once the various options have been set, it is possible to change from a continuous line to a dotted line while the machine is running
by simply changing the position of the control lever:
T = DOTTED (works using the settings in menu “2. LINE” and “3. SPACE”).
C = CONTINUOUS (works using the settings in menu “1. MANUAL COMMAND”).
Q PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
Cause
Solution
• The petrol manifold is closed;
• Engine is out of gas;
• Cold engine;
• Spark plug cable is disconnected or damaged;
• Open the petrol manifold;
• Refill gas tank;
• Use choke;
• Connect spark plug cable or replace
spark plug;
Problem
• Engine won't start
•
The equipment does not start
•
•
•
•
•
• Ensure the On/Off switch is on the
“on” position and turn clockwise the
pressure control knob;
• Verify and replace it, if necessary;
Breakdown of pressure transmitter;
• Verify and replace it, if necessary;
Breakdown of motor electric control box;
The line of material coming out of the pump is • Open the drain valve to release pressure in the circuit;
already under pressure;
• Open the drain valve to release pressuThe product is solidified inside the pump;
re in the circuit and stop the machine.
Disassemble the pumping group and
the pressure transmitter and clean;
• On/Off switch disconnected;
The equipment does not suck the • Suction filter clogged;
product
• Suction ilter too fine;
• The equipment sucks air;
• Clean or replace it;
• Replace it with a larger-mesh filter
(with very dense products, remove the
filter);
• Check the suction pipe;
•
The equipment sucks but does • Lack of product;
not reach the pressure desired • The equipment sucks air;
• The drain valve is open;
• The gaskets of the pumping group are worn;
• Suction or delivery valve dirty;
•
•
•
•
•
•
When pressing the trigger, the • Nozzle too big or worn;
pressure lowers considerably • The product is too dense;
• The filter of the gun-butt is too fine;
• Replace it with a smaller one;
• Dilute the product, if possible;
• Replace it with a larger-mesh filter;
•
The pressure is normal but the • The nozzle is partially clogged;
product is not atomized
• The product is too dense;
• The filter of the gun-butt is too fine;
• Clean or replace it;
• Dilute the product, if possible;
• Replace it with a larger-mesh filter;
•
The atomization is imperfect
• Replace it;
•
When releasing the trigger of • The gaskets of the pumping group are worn; • Replace the gaskets;
• Disassemble the pumping group and
the gun, the equipment does not • Suction or delivery valve dirty;
clean;
stop (the motor runs slowly and
• Verify and replace it, if necessary;
the piston rod keeps on going up • Drain valve defective;
and down)
• The nozzle is worn;
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Add the product;
Check the suction pipe;
Close the drain valve;
Replace the gaskets;
Disassemble the pumping group;
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• Press the “MENU” key until page 10 is reached;
• Press the “SELECT” key to return to the initial page.
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R Correct procedure of decompression
•
R3
Move the switch (R1) to the OFF (0) position to stop the
equipment.
R4
R1
•
OFF
Open the discharge valve (R5) to release the remaining
pressure.
R5
•
Unlock the safety clamp (R2).
R2
WARNING:
If the equipment is still under pressure after performing the operations above described because
of the nozzle or the flexible hose clogged, proceed
as follows:
• Loosen very slowly the gun nozzle.
• Release the clamp.
• Point the gun at the container of the product
and press the trigger to release pressure.
• Loosen very slowly the fitting of connection
from the flexible hose to the gun.
• Clean or replace the flexible hose and the
nozzle.
Clamp released
• Point the gun (R3) at the receptacle (R4) used to collect the
product and press the trigger to release the pressure. When
completed, activate the safety catch again.
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S REPLACEMENT OF THE PUMPING GROUP’S GASKETS
•
Carry out this operation after cleaning the tooling.
Always disconnect the power supply and release
pressure before going on with the operations (follow
the “correct procedure of decompression).
The gaskets are self-adjusting. If a leak occurs
they must be replaced.
•
•
Disconnect the product feed hose (S1) from the pump unit
by unscrewing the nut (S2).
S5
Unscrew the fixing ring nut (S3) using the relevant closing
pin (Ref. 20144).
•
Screw the appropriate supplied tool (S6 – ref- 20213) into
the threaded hole on the holding pin (S7).
S7
Ref. 20213
S2
S6
S1
S3
Ref. 20144
•
Release the plastic cover (S4).
•
Remove the pin (S7) from its seating.
S4
S7
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• Pull the ignition belt (S5) lightly until the piston rod has been
brought to the lowest point of its stroke.
Each time you use the machine, check for material leaking from
the top of the ring nut.
If any material leaks out when the pump is working at the set
pressure, proceed as follows:
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Lower seal
Unscrew the pump unit (S8) from the frontal flange (S9).
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•
Remove the piston stem (S10) and remove the pump unit
sleeve (S11);
S8
S10
S9
Countersunk
side
S11
PIT STOP MAINTENANCE
Replacement of upper and lower gaskets 20 minutes.
•
Lock the pump unit into a vice and unscrew it with a 50mm
wrench;
•
Release the pump unit from the body of the suction valve;
•
Grip the stem valve (S12) in a vice;
S12
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Use a size 24 spanner to unscrew the lower stem (S13);
•
S13
•
S15
Use a screwdriver to remove the two open-ring guide bands
(S14) and replace them;
S14
S17
S16
•
Use a screwdriver to remove the O-Ring (S18) and replace
it making sure it is aligned correctly (as illustrated);
S18
S14
S14
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Unscrew the stem valve (S15) altogether, check the surface
of the ball seating (S16) that comes into contact with the ball
(S17).
If worn, replace them;
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•
Screw the valve stem (S16) (Ref. 20139) on again and tighten
fully, gripping the valve in a vice. To tighten, use a 22 mm
spanner;
The use of a thread paste is recommended;
S21
S15
•
Using a screwdriver, remove the second band (S22) located
below the seal (S21) and insert a new band in the same
position;
Upper seal
•
Remove the ring nut (S19);
S22
S19
The positioning of the seal (S21) requires special
care during assembly.
•
•
Remove the guide band (S20) with a screwdriver and replace
it with a new one;
Assist insertion by applying leverage to the outside of the ring
(S21), pushing from the outside inwards and helping the ring
to lodge in the seating, while being careful not to damage the
ring’s contact surfaces.
Lubricate with grease before fitting.
S21
S20
•
Remove the seal (S21) with a screwdriver;
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•
Screw the locking ring nut (S19) back onto the body of the
pump unit until it makes contact, then loosen it by one turn;
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Remove the OR (S23-S24-S26) from the body of the foot valve
(S27) and from the ball seat holder (S25) and, if necessary,
replace them.
Reassemble the components in their proper order (as indicated
in the diagram);
S23
S24
S19
S25
S26
S27
•
Remove the sleeve/cylinder seal (S28) and replace it with a
new one;
To facilitate fitting the O-ring (S26) it is advisable
to warm it slightly with a blast of hot air.
Countersunk
S28
S16
S17
The ball seating (S16) is countersunk on one side,
where the ball (S17) must sit.
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•
Check the wear status of the surfaces inside the jacket. Replace it if necessary;
•
Grease the sleeve (S29) using a paintbrush;
S32
S31
Countersink on the jacket
S29
LUBRICATE
•
Insert the sleeve (S29) into the lower pump unit (S30);
•
Screw on the complete foot valve (S27) with the sleeve assembly (S28);
In order to guarantee a proper seal, tighten the foot
valve (S27) fully, using a 50 mm spanner.
S29
S30
S28
Insert the complete piston stem (S31) after greasing
the gaskets (S32).
S27
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When refitting the pump unit on the machine, the stem must
be at its highest point possible.
•
Insert the stem into the connecting rod and insert the fixing
pin (S7).
•
Lubricate the upper crown (S36) using oil (S37) (Ref.
16325);
Oil ring
S36
S7
S37
•
Ref. 16325
Tighten the pump casing all the way and, if the delivery pipe
is not correctly aligned, unscrew the pump casing until the
connection is in the correct position before tightening by using
the ring nut (S33) and the pin (S34) supplied (Ref. 20144).
•
Refit the inspection barrier (S38);
S38
Ref. 20144
Closing/opening
pin
S34
S33
•
•
Close the seal ring nut (S35) all the way.
S35
37
To assemble all the parts in the correct sequence, see the
exploded diagram.
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SPARE PARTS
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hydraulic block
XO Basic
Ref.30400
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T
O
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High pressure gun
AT 250
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type machines
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8
9
10
7
6
5
4
A
3
2
11
6a
6b
6c
6d
6e
6f
12
1
13
14
Components
11005/3
11204/1
11205/2
11205/4
11205/5
11205/6
11205/7
Pos.
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
6a
6b
6c
6d
6e
Code
Vedi tab.*
18270
18280
11004
11006 +.
11032
11203
11008
11010
11011
11014
11012
11013
15
Pos. 5 - 11023 - Linkage
Ball
Ball housing
Spring
Linkage
Sleeve
Manifold sleeve
Bush
Description
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Pos.
Code
6f
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
11034
11206
11207
11208
11209
11020
11018
11017
32010
11015
11155
Super Fast Clean nozzle
Super Fast Clean body
Super Fast Clean gasket
Sleeve
Hand guard +.
3 TSP 3x8 screws
Complete linkage rod
Complete trigger
Safety lever
Brake washer
Trigger
Pin
Pin
39
Description
Pin
Spray gun body
Plug
Plate
M5 self-locking nut
Copper gasket
Filter
Handgrip
Spring
Copper gasket
M16X1.5 articulated joint
1/4” articulated joint
DRAGON LINER
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.
2
3
CORRECT
FITTING
4
1
5
6
7
28
8
LIP
9
10
Ref.30150
SHORT PUMPING ELEMENT
Coupled to suction+
circulation hose kit Ref.30175
11
12
Tightening pin
Ref.20144
LIP
English
O COMPLETe SHORT PUMPING ELEMENT
13
29
14
15
14
16
CORRECT
FITTING
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
25
26
30
24
40
27
DRAGON LINER
Code
Description
Q.ty
Pos.
Code
1
2
3,
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16.
17
30150
30113
30114
30138
30139
30142
30112
95230
30109
30120
30107
18482
30121
30165
30166
16120
30158
Complete short pumping element
Stuffing nut
Tightening ring nut
Upper guide band
Upper gasket
Upper guide band
Upper pump unit casing
Adapter
Sleeve-cylinder seal
Sleeve
Upper stem
O-Ring
Short stem
Lower seal bands
Lower gasket
Ball
Stem valve assembly
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
-
30132
30144
30145
30148
30149
30152
30155
20172
19295
96099
30147
30137
30176
30170
30173
30174
30175
Description
Q.ty
OR
OR
Ball guide
Closing ball
Ball seat holder
OR
Assembled valve
90° bend
Suction pipefitting
Seal sleeve
Jacket assembly
Stem assembly
Foot valve unit
Foot valve seal kit
Complete seal kit
Jacket+piston kit
Suction+circulation hose kit
VO LINER TYPE MACHINES
NOTES ON THE ASSEMBLY OF THE CLUTCH UNIT
GIUCO DI MONTAGGIO
FITTING CLEARANCE
FITTING CLEARANCE
0.3 ± 0.05mm
0.5
±0.05mm
0.5 ±0.05mm
ROTOR
ANCHOR
ATTENTION
Check for proper clearance (0,5±0,05mm) between
the anchor and the rotor when assembling the
clutch unit.
41
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
English
Pos.
57
56
42
26
24
Dragon Liner
support kit
Ref.30640
54
55
25
53
38
5
25
22
24
Basic clutch unit
Ref.30654
Liner/Dragon
hydraulic unit
Ref.30655
Dragon Liner short
pumping element
Ref.30151
Dragon
Liner gearbox
Ref.30652
48
24
23
Liner/Dragon kit
with traction
Ref.30653
27
24
23
5
21
20
28
31
33
32
30
18
19
18
14
17
14
5
49
29
11
Liner basic support
kit Ref.30651
35
32
33
25
17
18
16
15
14
13
10
12
50
35
35
50
51
34
24
23
33
32
9
4
8
2
3
7
35
47
37
36
52
6
60
58
59
58
30
40
41
46
44
45
1A
1B
38
25
39
42
43
English
DRAGON LINER
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.
DRAGON LINER
Code
1A
18186
1B
Description
Q.ty
Pos.
Code
Motor
1
31
18469
Guard
1
18187
Motor
1
32
95096
Washer
14
2
18473
Motor pulley-joint
1
33
96080
Self-tightening nut
6
3
81038
Flexible coupling
1
34
4752
Alternator belt
1
4
18474
Clutch-joint
1
35
4409
Screw
12
5
34008
Screw
10
36
4777/1
Alternator pulley
1
6
18192
Screw
1
37
4758
Alternator
1
7
18189
Shaft tab
1
38
8371
Screw
2
8
81009
Dowel
1
39
4771
Alternator fulcrum
1
9
30656
Tab
1
40
4776
Alternator plate
1
10
30657
Bearing
1
41
30667
Safety shields
2
11
7112
Screw
2
42
30690
Drain pipe
1
12
18477
Flange motor
1
43
1000506
1” collar
2
13
18476
Guard
1
44
510068
Washer
2
14
54003
Washer
13
45
95153
Washer
2
15
8042
Self-tightening nut
12
46
30691
Safety cover
1
16
16064
Screw
4
47
18471
Support plate
1
17
54004
Screw
7
48
30451
Screw
2
18
18491
Complete clutch
1
49
18472
Support plate
1
19
18490
Spacer ring
1
50
95096
Washer
6
20
30659
Bearing
1
51
20537
Vibration-damping pad
4
21
30686
Locking ring
1
52
18459
Support bush
1
22
18475
Tie-rods
4
53
18470
Dragon Liner support
1
23
95066
Washer
12
54
53002/4
Self-tightening nut
14
24
5756
Self-tightening nut
12
55
6151
Screw
4
25
96030
Washer
6
56
20534
Snap ring for holes
1
26
20510
Reduction gear flange
1
57
20535
Radial bearing
1
27
20531
Fan
1
58
18452
Fifth wheel
2
28
18492
Pinion
1
59
18453
Axial roller cage
1
29
18467
Safety shields
2
60
18454
R.S. bearing unit
1
30
83004
Screw
5
43
Description
Q.ty
English
Pos.
44
21
10
26
Complete reduction gear
Ref.30652
28
27
3
23
31
32
21
21
Basic clutch unit
Ref.30654
23
3
22
3
23
Dragon Support
kit gasoline
Ref.30641
29
30
31
32
19
18
Complete Liner box
Ref.30689
36
2
33
20
17
Dragon Kit
gasoline
Rif.30658
34
39
6B
5
4
6C
15
16
12
13
14
24
8
9
3
10
7
6A
4
5
11
3
2
25
1
English
DRAGON LINER
O PETROL-POWERED DRAGON
W
DRAGON LINER
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
6A
6B
6C
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18186
3637
34009
54004
32005
18491
.
.
.
18492
20531
30682
30683
18463
18935
30656
30684
18490
30659
30686
Description
Motor
Self-tightening nut
Washer
Screw
Washer
Complete clutch
Ancho
Coil
Rotor
Pinion
Fan
Flange motor
Cover spacers
Spacers
Screw
Tab
Bush
Spacer
Bearing
Tightening washer
Q.ty
Pos.
Code
1
16
22
7
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
18192
20508
95114
81010
20509
34008
18189
69016
20510
20534
20535
20536
30685
33005
96080
20514
69107
4470/2
30688
Description
Screw
Tie-rods
Washer
Nut
Guard
Screw
Motor tongue
Screw
Reduction gear flange
Snap ring for holes
Radial bearing
Hydraulic buffer assembly
Support plate
Washer
Self-tightening nut
Spacer
Screw
Box
Spacer
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.
FITTING CLEARANCE 0.5 ±0.05mm
FITTING CLEARANCE 0.5 ±0.05mm
ROTOR
FITTING CLEARANCE
ANCHOR
ATTENTION
Check for proper clearance (0,5±0,05mm) between
the anchor and the rotor when assembling the
clutch unit.
0.5 ±0.05mm
45
Q.ty
1
4
4
8
1
14
1
4
1
1
1
2
1
4
4
4
4
1
2
English
Pos.
DRAGON LINER
13
12
11
10
42
41
46
43
9
45
39
40
45
37
18
15
14
44
38
18
37
36
35
34
33
17
9
45
8
16
2
46
3
4
19
5
1
7
6
31
30
28
29
27
26
20
21
25
24
23
22
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.
32
English
X BASIC HYDRAULIC BLOCK REF. 30400
DRAGON LINER
Code
Q.ty
Pos.
Code
1
30401
Block base
1
24
37444
Positioning peg
1
2
30402
Support bracket
1
25
37449
Bush
1
3
20457
Digital pressure switch
1
26
37281
Spring
1
4
20402
Protection
1
27
37446
Sieve spring
1
5
20450
Cable fastener
1
28
37284
Ring
1
6
34009
Washer
2
29
301013
Or
1
7,
6151
Screw
2
30
37447
Valve casing
1
8
33010
Sealing washer
1
31
8402
Or
1
9
33006
Nipple
1
32
96201
Filter tank
1
10
95114
Washer
2
33
96202
Sieve spring
1
11
30451
Screw
2
34
95218
Filter sieve
1
12
32005
Washer
3
35
96207
Sieve holder
1
13
20436
Screw
3
36
96203
Or
1
14
96255
Union M-M
1
37
37453
Nose union
2
15
20451
Elbow M-F
1
38
96204
Filter base
1
16
34109
Union M-M
1
39
96206
Nipple
1
17
8071
Sealing washer
1
40
37452
Ball seat
1
18
96205
Dowel
2
41
53011
Manometer
1
19
30439
Warning stickers
1
42
37454
Gasket
1
20
30457
Valvola ricircolo
1
43
147
Complete pressure gauge
1
21
8026/1
Dowel
1
44
30469
Filter assembly
1
22
30450
Adhesive warning label
1
45
33007
Washer
3
23
30436
Knob
1
46
20421
O-Ring
1
Description
47
Description
Q.ty
English
Pos.
DRAGON LINER
English
Y 50L TANK
1
2
3
TYPE D REF.18238
RICIRCULATION TYPE A RIF.16680/2
RICIRCULATION TYPE B RIF.95037
RICIRCULATION TYPE C RIF.19191/1
4
TYPE E REF.18225 N°2PZ.
11
5
6
10
9
8
7
TYPE F REF.18225
Pos.
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
18249/1
85014
18231
18249
18246
96099
95032
30532
8375
20833
18223/1
Description
Cover
Stainless stell fine drum filter
Union
Tank 50L
Support
Seal
Union
Tap
Union
Elbow connector
Tubo di aspirazione
48
Type Liner
Type
LARIETTE LINER
3000 LINER
DALì LINER
DRAGON LINER
EVEREST
K2
Type E
Type F
Type D
Type D
Type D
Type D
Type Ricirculation
Type A
Type A
Type A
Type B
Type B
Type C
DRAGON LINER
Z ACCESSORIES
English
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required
PISTON GUNSTOCK FILTERS
Code 11039: Green (30M) - Code 11038: White (60M)
Code 11037: Yellow (100M) - Code 11019: Red (200M)
Code 11180: L91X 1/4"
Code 11120: L91X M16x1,5
Code 95218: FILTER 30 MESH
Code 95219: FILTER 60 MESH
Code 95220: FILTER 100 MESH
Code 95221: FILTER 200 MESH
Code 16685:
SUCTION DISPERSION
SYSTEM
Code 0147:
MANOMETER
HIGH PRESSURE PIPES
Ø 3/16 - 1/4 - 3/8
49
KIT 40325: L91X +
FAST-CLEAN REVERSIBLE TIP INCLUDED
HOSE 3/8 x 15 mt. - M16x1,5
Code 96200:
COMPLETE LINE FILTER
English
DRAGON LINER
Art. 4038: LASER POINTER
Art. 217560: MX 1000 E
Art. 4506: ADJUSTABLE SPOTLIGHT
Art. 4720: SEAT KIT
Art. 4507: FLASHING LIGHT
50
DRAGON LINER
Nozzles code
SUPER FAST-CLEAN TIP
SFC19-60
SFC21-20
SFC21-40
SFC21-60
SFC23-20
SFC23-40
SFC23-60
SFC25-20
SFC25-40
SFC25-60
SFC27-20
SFC27-40
SFC27-60
SFC27-80
SFC29-20
SFC29-40
SFC29-60
SFC29-80
SFC31-40
SFC31-60
SFC31-80
SFC33-40
SFC33-60
SFC33-80
SFC39-40
SFC39-60
SFC39-80
SFC43-40
SFC43-60
SFC43-80
SFC51-40
SFC51-60
SFC51-80
Art. 18280: GASKET
Art. 18270: SUPER FAST-CLEAN base UE 11/16x16
Code 4405:
PEARLIZED REFLECTING PAINT DISTRIBUTION KIT
Code 4500:
PEARLIZED REFLECTING PAINT DISTRIBUTION
51
English
SUPER FAST-CLEAN
SFC07-20
SFC07-40
SFC09-20
SFC09-40
SFC11-20
SFC11-40
SFC13-20
SFC13-40
SFC13-60
SFC15-20
SFC15-40
SFC15-60
SFC17-20
SFC17-40
SFC17-60
SFC19-20
SFC19-40
English
DRAGON LINER
GUN EXTENSION
Art. 153: cm 30 - Art. 154: cm 40
Art. 155: cm 60 - Art. 158: cm 80 - Art. 156: cm 100
PLA 1/4”
+ FAST-CLEAN TIP INCLUDED
Art. K11420-K11425-K11430: cm 130-180-240
PLA M16x1,5
+ FAST-CLEAN TIP INCLUDED
Art. K11421-K11426-K11431: cm 130-180-240
Art. 16780: PAINT ROLLER TELESCOPIC
complete with:
n. 1 roller with extra long fiber
n. 1 roller with long fiber
n. 1 roller with medium fiber
flexible hose mt. 2 3/16 " M16x1,5
52
L’innovazione.
Quella vera.
PAINT SPRAYING EQUIPMENT
LINE STRIPERS
LARIETTE SPORT
LINER 3000
LARIETTE LINER 2000
EXCALIBUR LINER
K2 LINER
EVEREST TH SEMOVENTE
DALÌ LINER
DRAGON LINER SEMOVENTE
MANUFACTURER:
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Tel. (39) 0341/62.11.52 - Fax (39) 0341/62.12.43
E-mail: larius@larius.com - Internet http://www.larius.com
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