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SERVICE MANUAL
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BINKS SV100 HVLP
GRAVITY FEED SPRAY GUN
7042-6931-4
The following instructions provide the necessary information
for the proper maintenance of the Binks SV100 gravity
feed spray gun. Please read and understand all the
information in this document in order to get the maximum
performance from your new SV100 gravity spray gun.
The SV100 spray gun is the result of quality engineering
and development activity. The result is an ergonomic
product with reduced triggering effort and fine atomization.
The HVLP air cap has been specifically designed to
comply with local regulatory air quality restrictions.
The specification table details the operating parameters
of the gun to achieve those compliant conditions.
In addition, the relatively low air flow rate of the SV100
spray gun will help in containing overspray.
The SV100 spray gun should be operated under the safety
directions outlined in this literature. Your safety and the
safety of others depend on your thorough understanding
of the material contained on the Part Sheet.
If you have any questions or do not understand the
content in this literature, call your nearest service
representative.
SPECIFICATIONS
Max. Air Pressure:
175psi/12bar
For HVLP Compliance: 26 psi inlet pressure delivers
(with SV100-693K cap) 10 psi air cap pressures at
12 cfm air volume
Gun Body:
Cast Aluminum
Fluid Path:
Aluminum
Fluid Nozzle:
Stainless Steel
Fluid Needle:
Stainless Steel
Fluid Inlet Size:
3/8"-19 BSP(F)
Air Inlet Size;
1/4" NPS(M)
Gun Weight:
1.02 lbs. (461 g)
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In this part sheet, the words WARNING, CAUTION and NOTE are used to
emphasize important safety information as follows:
!
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices which
could result in severe personal
injury, death or substantial property
damage.
NOTE
! CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices which
could result in minor personal injury,
product or property damage.
!
Important installation, operation or
maintenance information.
WARNING
Read the following warnings before using this equipment.
READ THE MANUAL
Before operating finishing equipment, read and understand all
safety, operation and maintenance information provided in the
operation manual.
PROJECTILE HAZARD
You may be injured by venting liquids or gases that are released
under pressure, or flying debris.
OPERATOR TRAINING
All personnel must be trained before operating finishing
equipment.
PINCH POINT HAZARD
Moving parts can crush and cut. Pinch points are basically any
areas where there are moving parts.
EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD
Equipment misuse can cause the equipment to rupture,
malfunction, or start unexpectedly and result in serious injury.
STATIC CHARGE
Fluid may develop a static charge that must be dissipated through
proper grounding of the equipment, objects to be sprayed and all
other electrically conductive objects in the dispensing area. Improper
grounding or sparks can cause a hazardous condition and result in
fire, explosion or electric shock and other serious injury.
LOCK OUT / TAG-OUT
Failure to de-energize, disconnect, lock out and tag-out all power
sources before performing equipment maintenance could cause
serious injury or death.
WEAR RESPIRATOR
Toxic fumes can cause serious injury or death if inhaled.
Wear a respirator as recommended by the fluid and solvent
manufacturer’s Material Safety Data Sheet.
AUTOMATIC EQUIPMENT
Automatic equipment may start suddenly without warning.
TOXIC FLUID & FUMES
Hazardous fluid or toxic fumes can cause serious injury or death if
splashed in the eyes or on the skin, inhaled, injected or
swallowed. LEARN and KNOW the specific hazards or the fluids
you are using.
PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE
Always follow the pressure relief procedure in the equipment
instruction manual.
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
Improper equipment grounding, poor ventilation, open flame or
sparks can cause a hazardous condition and result in fire or
explosion and serious injury.
KEEP EQUIPMENT GUARDS IN PLACE
Do not operate the equipment if the safety devices have been
removed.
MEDICAL ALERT
Any injury caused by high pressure liquid can be serious. If you
are injured or even suspect an injury:
KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO SHUT OFF THE EQUIPMENT
IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY
• Go to an emergency room immediately.
• Tell the doctor you suspect an injection injury.
•S
how the doctor this medical information or the medical alert
card provided with your airless spray equipment.
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES
Failure to wear safety glasses with side shields could result in
serious eye injury or blindness.
•T
ell the doctor what kind of fluid you were spraying or
dispensing.
GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION
To prevent contact with the fluid, please note the following:
INSPECT THE EQUIPMENT DAILY
Inspect the equipment for worn or broken parts on a daily basis.
Do not operate the equipment if you are uncertain about its
condition.
• Never point the gun/valve at anyone or any part of the body.
• Never put hand or fingers over the spray tip.
•N
ever attempt to stop or deflect fluid leaks with your hand,
body, glove or rag.
NEVER MODIFY THE EQUIPMENT
Do not modify the equipment unless the manufacturer provides
written approval.
• Always have the tip guard on the spray gun before spraying.
•A
lways ensure that the gun trigger safety operates before
spraying.
NOISE HAZARD
You may be injured by loud noise. Hearing protection may be
required when using this equipment.
PROP 65 WARNING
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the
State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EMPLOYER TO PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION TO THE OPERATOR OF THE EQUIPMENT.
FOR FURTHER SAFETY INFORMATION REGARDING THIS EQUIPMENT, SEE THE GENERAL EQUIPMENT SAFETY BOOKLET (77-5300).
Binks reserves the right to modify equipment specification without prior notice.
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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Your new SV100 Gravity Feed Spray Gun is exceptionally
rugged in construction and is built to stand up under hard,
continuous use. However, like any other fine precision
instrument, its most efficient operation depends on a
knowledge of its construction, operation, and maintenance.
Properly handled and cared for, it will produce beautiful,
uniform finishing results long after other spray guns have
worn out.
Separator Filter
with Air Regulator
Gravity
Feed
Cup
Fluid
Inlet
Fan
Size
Control
SET-UP FOR SPRAYING (Figure 1)
CONNECTING GUN TO AIR HOSE
Air should be supplied by a suitable length of 5/16" diameter
air hose fitted with a 1/4 NPS(f) connection at base of gun
handle. For hose lengths over 50', use 3/8" hose.
Material
Flow
Control
Gravity
Feed
Srpay Gun
CONNECTING GRAVITY FEED CUP TO GUN
Air Hose
Insert gasket and screw the cup into the spray gun fluid
inlet. Insert strainer, if used, and fill the cup with filtered
paint.
Figure 1
OPERATING THE SV100 GRAVITY FEED SPRAY GUN
CONTROLLING THE MATERIAL FLOW
CONTROLLING THE FAN SPRAY
Correct fluid nozzle size should be selected for proper
material flow rate. The material valve control knob may be
used to restrict the material needle valve opening and reduce
the material flow as necessary.
The fan spray is controlled by means of the spray pattern
valve control assembly. Turning this control clockwise until it is
closed will give a round spray. Turning it counterclockwise will
widen the spray into a fan shape. The fan spray can be turned
anywhere through 360° by positioning the air cap relative to the
gun. To affect this, loosen retainer ring, position nozzle, then
tighten retainer ring.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
FAULTY SPRAY
INTERMITTENT SPRAY
A faulty spray is often caused by improper cleaning resulting in
dried materials around the material nozzle tip or in the air
nozzle. Soak these parts in thinners to soften the dried material
and remove with a brush or cloth. If either the air cap or fluid
nozzle are damaged, these parts must be replaced before perfect
spray can be obtained.
Fluttering spray is caused by one of the following:
1.Insufficient material in cup. Refill the cup.
2.Loose fluid nozzle. Tighten snugly.
3.Cup connection loose or dirt in connection.
Correct as necessary.
4.Air vent in gravity cup blocked. Clear obstruction.
!
CAUTION
Never use metal instruments to clean the air or material nozzles.
These parts are carefully machined and any damage to them will
cause faulty spray.
SPRAY GUN CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
In certain states, spraying solvents which contain Volatile
Organic Compounds (VOC) into the atmosphere when
cleaning a spray gun is now prohibited.
totally enclose the spray gun, cups, nozzles and other parts
during washing, rinsing and draining cycles. This type of
unit must be able to flush solvent through the gun without
releasing any VOC vapors into the atmosphere.
In order to comply with these new air quality laws, Binks
recommends one of the following two methods
to clean your spray finishing equipment.
CLEANING GUN AND GRAVITY FEED CUP
Remove the cup cover and drain unused material from cup.
Carefully rinse cup with solvent. Place clean solvent into the
cup and spray this through the gun until it is clean. Remove
and clean the cup if necessary. Blow air through the gun to dry
it. (Refer to Service Bulletin SBBI-4-043 for cleaning
instructions when using cup liners.)
1.Spray solvent through the gun into a closed system. An
enclosed unit or spray gun cleaning station condenses
solvent vapors back into liquid form which
prevents escape of VOCs into the atmosphere.
2.Place spray gun in a washer type cleaner. This system must
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GENERAL SPRAY INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce overspray and obtain maximum efficiency,
always spray with the lowest possible fluid/air pressure
that produces an acceptable spray pattern.
Generally use up to 20 psi air at gun inlet. Unusually
heavy, difficult to atomize materials may require up to
26 psi at gun inlet. See Specifications on page 1.
Excessive atomizing air pressure can increase overspray,
reduce transfer efficiency and with some materials, result
in poor finish quality from dry spray.
SPRAY TECHNIQUE
The first requirement for a good resultant finish is the
proper handling of the gun. The gun should be held
perpendicular to the surface being covered and moved
parallel with it. The stroke should be started before the
trigger is pulled and the trigger should be released before
the stroke is ended. This gives accurate control of the
gun and material.
The distance between gun and surface should be 6 to
8 inches depending on material and atomizing pressure.
The material deposited should always be even and wet.
Lap each stroke over the preceding stroke to obtain a
uniform finish. Use 50% overlap.
Coating should be even
and wet when spraying
6 to 8 inches
Coating will
be light at
this point
TRAVEL OF GUN
Start
stroke
Release
trigger
Pull
trigger
Coating will
be heavy
at this point
End of
stroke
RIGHT
WRONG
SEPARATOR FILTER
Air
Regulator
Achieving a fine spray finish without the use of a good separator filter is
virtually impossible.
A regulator/separator filter serves a double purpose. It eliminates blistering
and spotting by keeping air free of oil and water and it gives precise air
pressure control at the gun.
Air
Supply
Atomizing pressure must be set to allow for the drop in air pressure between
the regulator and the spray gun.
Air to Spray Gun
atomizing pressure
Binks recommends Model HFRL-508 Separator/Filter Regulator.
HOSE SIZE RECOMMENDATIONS WITH 60 PSI APPLIED AT AIR SUPPLY
54 psi at gun inlet
Only 43 psi
at gun inlet
25 feet of 5/16" I.D.
causes a drop of 6 psi
between the air supply
and the gun. For this
reason we recommend
the use of 5/16" hose.
25 feet of
1/4" I.D. hose
causes a drop of
17 psi between
the air supply
and the gun.
1/4"
Not
Recommended
Cross section view showing comparison
of inside diameter of air hose (actual
size). 60 lbs. regulated pressure.
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Recommended
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BINKS SV100 HVLP GRAVITY FEED SPRAY GUN
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PARTS LIST
(When ordering, please specify Part No.)
ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
SV100-693KAIR CAP................................................ 1
2 ★
—
FLUID TIP 1.4 mm w/GASKET.............. 1
2a ★•
—FLUID TIP 2.0 mm w/GASKET ............. 1
3 ■
—
GASKET................................................. 1
4 ★•s
—
BAFFLE.................................................. 1
5
—
FLUID NIPPLE........................................ 1
6 ★■•s
—
PACKING w/ NUT.................................. 1
8
—
GUN BODY........................................... 1
9
SGK-455 SPRAY PATTERN VALVE....................... 1
10 ■
—
U-CUP SEAL.......................................... 2
11 ■
—
AIR VALVE SEAT................................... 1
12
—
AIR VALVE STEM.................................. 1
13 ■
—
AIR VALVE SPRING............................... 1
14
—
AIR VALVE BUSHING............................ 1
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ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
15★
—
15a ★•
—
16 ★•
—
17
—
18
—
19
SGK-457
20
—
21
—
22 ■
—
23
54-4720
DESCRIPTION
FLUID NEEDLE 1.4 mm......................... 1
FLUID NEEDLE 2.0 mm......................... 1
FLUID NEEDLE SPRING......................... 1
FLUID ADJUSTMENT KNOB................. 1
NIPPLE................................................... 1
AIR ADJUSTING VALVE ASSEMBLY..... 1
TRIGGER PIN ASSEMBLY...................... 1
TRIGGER................................................ 1
ASSEMBLY TOOL.................................. 1
1 L GRAVITY CUP (ALUMINUM).......... 1
★K-5053 Gravity Gun Fluid Tip and Needle Replacement Kit
(includes 1.4 and 2.0 mm tips)
■ K-5057 Soft Parts Kit
•K-5053-20 Gravity Gun Fluid Tip and Needle Replacement Kit
(includes 2.0 mm tip)
sSGK-537-K Baffle and 5 ea. Packings
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AIR NOZZLE, FLUID NOZZLE, FLUID NEEDLE
NOTE
To reduce overspray and obtain maximum efficiency always spray with the lowest possible atomizing air pressure.
1. All nozzles and needles are precision made. They
should be handled with care.
2. Do not make any alterations in the gun. To do so
could cause finishing difficulties.
!
3. To clean nozzles, soak them in solvent to dissolve
any dried material, then blow them clean with air.
4. Do not probe any of the holes in the nozzles with
metal instruments. If probing is necessary, use only a
tool that is softer than brass.
CAUTION
Never use metal instruments to clean the air or fluid nozzles.
These parts are carefully machined and any damage to them will cause faulty spray.
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ACCESSORIES
GFC-501 (Acetal) 20 Oz. Cup
54-4720 (Aluminum) 1-Liter Cup
Gravity Feed Cups
Cleaning Brushes
42884-214-K5 (3/8")
42884-215-K10 (5/8")
29-3100-K6 Scrubs®
Hand Cleaner Towels
These brushes are helpful in
cleaning threads and recesses
of gun body.
are
a
preScrubs ®
moistened hand cleaner
towel for painters, body men
and mechanics that go
where you go and no water
is needed.
These gravity feed cups
are designed to be used
with EXL, FLG, Compact,
SV100, 95G and M1-G
gravity feed spray guns.
Spray Gun Lube
SSL-10-K12 (2 oz. bottle)
Compatible with all paint materials;
contains no silicone or petroleum
distillates to contaminate paint.
MSDS Sheet available upon request.
HAF-507
Whirlwind™
In-Line Air Filter
KGP-5-K5
Paint Filter Kit (Gravity)
Industrial Quick Connects
for HVLP Guns (Air)
HC-4419
1/4" NPS(F)
HC-4699
1/4" NPT(M)
HC-4700
1/4" NPT(F)
HC-1166
1/4" NPT(M)
Removes water, oil, and debris
from the air line.
Gravity cup strainers, 50 mesh,
package of 5.
DeKups Cup System & Adapter
DPC-607 Reusable Cup 9 oz – Kit of 2
DPC-606 Reusable Cup 24oz – Kit of 2
DPC-608 Reusable Cup 34 oz – Kit of 2
DPC-602 Disposable Cup 9 oz – Kit of 32
DPC-601 Disposable Cup 24 oz – Kit of 32
DPC-600 Disposable Cup 34 oz – Kit of 32
DPC-31Adapter
Paint Spray Respirators
OMX-70-K48
Paint Cup Liner Kit
40-141 (Sm)
40-128 (Med)
40-143 (Lg)
Allows quick & easy clean-up.
Consists of :
1 - Piercing Tool
48 - Disposable Liners
48 - Drain Bushings
NIOSH-Certified for respiratory
protection in atmospheres not
immediately dangerous to life.
GFC-404-K2
Disposable Lid Kit
KGP-13-K5
Gasket
Seals gravity cup to gun.
Kit of 5.
CUP SYSTEM
ADAPTER
Kit of 2.
U.S. Patent Nos. 6,820,824 and 7,374,111 owned by 3M Innovative Properties Co.
Additional U.S. Patents: Nos. 7,380,680; 7,354,074; 7,353,964; 7,350,418; 7,344,040; 7,263,893; 7,165,732; 7,086,549.
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WARRANTY POLICY
Binks products are covered by Finishing Brands one year materials and workmanship limited warranty.
The use of any parts or accessories, from a source other than Finishing Brands, will void all warranties.
For specific warranty information please contact the closest Finishing Brands location listed below.
Finishing Brands reserves the right to modify equipment specifications without
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