Advantage EPX2455
EPX2455
Advantage Series
Piston Pump
Owner’s Manual
Do not use this equipment
before reading this manual!
Model Numbers:
0552066 Upright Cart Complete
0552067 Low Boy Cart Complete
SprayTECH
1770 Fernbrook Lane
Minneapolis, MN 55447
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Important Safety Information ·
Read all safety information before
operating the equipment. Save these instructions.
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.
This symbol indicates a hazardous situation,
which, if not not avoided could result in death or
serious injury.
To reduce the risks of fire or explosion, electrical
shock and the injury to persons, read and
understand all instructions included in this manual.
Be familiar with the controls and proper usage of
the equipment.
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: Injection injury
A high pressure paint 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 sprayer is 3100 PSI / 21.4
MPa fluid pressure.
PREVENTION:
• NEVER aim the gun at any part of the body.
• Do not aim the gun at, or spray any person or animal.
• NEVER allow any part of the body to touch the fluid stream.
DO NOT allow body to touch a leak in the fluid hose.
• 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 or pressure bleed valve must be turned to
their appropriate positions to relieve system pressure.
Refer to the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE
described in this 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.
• Paint hose can develop leaks from wear, kinking and
abuse. A leak can inject material into the skin. Inspect
the hose before each use. Do not use hose to lift or pull
equipment.
• NEVER use a spray gun without a working trigger lock and
trigger guard in place.
• All accessories must be rated at or above 3100 PSI / 21.4
MPa. This includes spray tips, guns, extensions, and hose.
• Do not leave the unit energized or under pressure while
unattended. When the unit is not in use, turn off the unit and
relieve the pressure in accordance with the PRESSURE
RELIEF PROCEDURE described in this manual.
• Verify that all connections are secure before operating the
unit. Unsecured parts may eject at great force or leak a
high pressure fluid stream causing severe injury.
• Always engage the trigger lock when not spraying. Verify
the trigger lock is functioning properly.
HAZARD: EXPLOSION OR FIRE
Solvent and paint fumes can explode or ignite.
Property damage and/or severe injury can occur.
PREVENTION:
• Provide extensive exhaust and fresh air introduction to
keep the air within the spray area free from accumulation
of flammable vapors. Solvent and paint fumes can
explode or ignite.
• Do not spray in a confined area.
• Avoid all ignition sources such as static electric sparks,
open flames, pilot lights, electrical appliances, and hot
objects. Connecting or disconnecting power cords or
working light switches can make sparks. Paint or solvent
flowing through the equipment is able to result in static
electricity.
• Do not smoke in spray area.
• Fire extinguisher must be present and in good working
order.
• Place pump at least 25 feet (7.62 meters) from the
spray object in a well ventilated area (add more hose if
necessary). Flammable vapors are often heavier than air.
Floor area must be extremely well ventilated. The pump
contains arcing parts that emit sparks and can ignite vapors.
• The equipment and objects in and around the spray area
must be properly grounded to prevent static sparks.
• Keep area clean and free of paint or solvent containers,
rags and other flammable materials.
• Use only conductive or grounded high pressure fluid hose.
Gun must be grounded through hose connections.
• For electric units — power cord must be connected to a
grounded circuit.
• 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. Know the contents of the paints and
solvents being sprayed. Read all Material Safety Data
Sheets (MSDS) and container labels provided with
the paints and solvents. Follow the paint and solvent
manufacturer’s safety instructions.
• Use extreme caution when using materials with
a flashpoint below 70ºF (21ºC). 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.
• Do not spray onto pump assembly.
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.
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Read all safety information before
operating the equipment. Save these instructions.
Grounding Instructions
HAZARD: EXPLOSION HAZARD DUE TO
INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS
Will cause property damage or severe injury.
PREVENTION:
• Do not use materials containing bleach or
chlorine.
• Do not use halogenated hydrocarbon solvents such
as bleach, 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.
This product must be grounded. In the event of an electrical
short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by
providing an escape wire for the electric current. This product is
equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with an appropriate
grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that
is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local
codes and ordinances.
WARNING - Improper installation of the grounding plug can
result in a risk of electric shock.
If repair or replacement of the cord or plug is necessary, do not
connect the green grounding wire to either flat blade terminal.
The wire with insulation having a green outer surface with
or without yellow stripes is the grounding wire and must be
connected to the grounding pin.
Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if the grounding
instructions are not completely understood, or if you are in doubt
as to whether the product is properly grounded. Do not modify
the plug provided. If the plug will not fit the outlet, have the
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
HAZARD: GENERAL
Can cause severe injury or property damage.
PREVENTION:
• Read all instructions and safety precautions before
operating equipment.
• 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 requirements of the
pump manufacturer.
• All hoses, fittings, and filter parts must be secured before
operating spray pump. Unsecured parts can eject at great
force or leak a high pressure fluid stream causing severe
injury.
• 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.
• Do not kink or over-bend the hose. Airless hose can
develop leaks from wear, kinking and abuse. A leak can
inject material into the skin.
• Do not expose the hose to temperatures or pressures in
excess of those specified by manufacturer.
• Do not spray outdoors on windy days.
• Wear clothing to keep paint off skin and hair.
• Do not operate or spray near children. Keep children
away from the equipment at all times.
• Do not overreach or stand on an unstable support. Keep
effective footing and balance at all times.
• Use lowest possible pressure to flush equipment.
• Stay alert and watch what you are doing.
• Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the
influence of drugs or alcohol.
• For electric units — Always unplug cord from outlet before
working on equipment.
• Do not use the hose as a strength member to pull or lift the
equipment.
• Do not lift by cart handle when loading or unloading.
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Grounded Outlet
Grounding Pin
Cover for grounded outlet box
Important: Use only a 3-wire extension cord that has
a 3-blade grounding plug and a 3-slot receptacle that will
accept the plug on the product. Make sure your extension
cord is in good condition. When using an extension cord,
be sure to use one heavy enough to carry the current your
product will draw. An undersized cord will cause a drop in
line voltage resulting in loss of power and overheating. A 12
gauge cord is recommended. If an extension cord is to be
used outdoors, it must be marked with the suffix W-A after
the cord type designation. For example, a designation of
SJTW-A would indicate that the cord would be appropriate
for outdoor use.
Specifications
Gallons per minute (GPM)�������� 0.85 (3.2 LPM)
Maximum tip sizes�������������������� One gun - 0.029”
Two guns - 0.017”
Maximum pressure������������������� 3100 PSI (21.4 MPa)
Power��������������������������������������� 1.95 HP PMDC brushless motor,
120VAC
Weight�������������������������������������� 80 lbs. (36.3 kg)
Maximum hose length�������������� 300’ (91.4 m)
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Table of Contents
Setup
Safety Precautions.................................................................... 2
Specifications............................................................................ 3
General Description.................................................................. 4
Operation.................................................................................... 4
Setup.................................................................................... 4
Preparing to Paint................................................................ 4
Painting................................................................................ 5
Pressure Relief Procedure................................................... 6
Spraying..................................................................................... 6
Spraying Technique............................................................. 6
Practice................................................................................ 6
Unclogging the Spray Tip..................................................... 7
Cleanup...................................................................................... 7
Cleaning the Spray Tip......................................................... 7
Maintenance............................................................................... 7
General Repair and Service Notes...................................... 7
Replacing the PRIME/SPRAY Valve.................................... 8
Replacing the Filters............................................................ 8
Replacing the Motor Assembly (with Electronic Control)..... 9
Replacing the Gears............................................................ 9
Replacing the Transducer.................................................. 10
Servicing the Fluid Section................................................. 10
Troubleshooting...................................................................... 12
Parts List.................................................................................. 18
Main Assembly................................................................... 18
Drive Assembly.................................................................. 19
Fluid Section Assembly...................................................... 20
Upright Cart Assembly....................................................... 21
Filter Assembly................................................................... 21
Suction Set Assembly (low boy)......................................... 22
Low Boy Cart Assembly..................................................... 22
Labels................................................................................. 22
Electrical Schematic........................................................... 23
Accessories........................................................................ 23
Limited Warranty..................................................................... 24
Perform the following procedure before plugging in the power
cord of an electric unit.
1. Ensure that the siphon tube and the return hose are
attached and secure.
2. Using a wrench, attach a minimum of 50’ of 1/4” airless
spray hose to the outlet fitting on the sprayer. Tighten
securely.
3. Attach an airless spray gun to the spray hose. Using two
wrenches (one on the gun and one on the hose), tighten
securely.
NOTE: Do not attach the tip to the spray gun yet.
Remove the tip if it is already attached.
Make sure all airless hoses and spray guns are
electrically grounded and rated at or above the
maximum operating pressure range of the airless
sprayer.
4. Make sure the pressure control knob is in the “0” (OFF)
position.
5. Fill the oil cup with approximately one tablespoon of
separating oil (P/N 0279920).
Important: Never operate unit for more than ten seconds
without fluid. Operating this unit without fluid will cause
unnecessary wear to the packings.
6. Make sure the electrical service is 120V, 15 amp
minimum.
7. Plug the power cord into a properly grounded outlet at
least 25’ from the spray area.
Important: Always use a minimum 12 gauge, three-wire
extension cord with a grounded plug. Never remove the
third prong or use an adapter.
General Description
This airless sprayer is a precision power tool used for spraying
many types of materials. Read and follow this Owner’s Manual
carefully for proper operating instructions, maintenance, and
safety information.
Preparing a New Sprayer
If this sprayer is new, it is shipped with test fluid in the fluid
section to prevent corrosion during shipment and storage. This
fluid must be cleaned out of the system thoroughly with mineral
spirits before spraying paint.
Important: Always keep the trigger lock on the spray gun
in the locked position while preparing the system.
1. Place the siphon tube into a container of mineral spirits.
2. Place the return hose into a metal waste container.
3. Move the PRIME/SPRAY valve down to the PRIME
position.
4. Turn on the sprayer and set the pressure to minimum by
turning the pressure control knob to the “1” or “2” position.
Filter
0 = OFF
(0 PSI)
Return
Hose
8 = 3100 PSI
(maximum PSI)
Pressure Control Knob
5. Allow the sprayer to run for 15–30 seconds to flush the
test fluid out through the return hose and into the waste
container.
6. Turn off the sprayer by moving the pressure control knob to
the “0” position.
Operation
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.
•
Priming and
Cleaning Zone
(minimum PSI)
•
•
Siphon
Tube
Outlet
Fitting
•
•
Fluid
Section
•
•
Fuse
PRIME/
SPRAY
Valve
•
Oil Cup
•
Motor
Pressure
Control
Knob
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Preparing to Paint
Painting
1. Place the siphon tube into a container of paint.
2. Place the return hose into a metal waste container.
Before painting, it is important to make sure that the fluid in the
system is compatible with the paint that is going to be used.
3. Move the PRIME/SPRAY valve down to the
PRIME position.
NOTE: Incompatible fluids and paint may cause the
valves to become stuck closed, which would
require disassembly and cleaning of the
sprayer’s fluid section.
NOTE:Hold the return hose in the waste
container when moving the PRIME/
SPRAY valve to PRIME in case the
sprayer is pressurized.
Important: Always keep the trigger lock on the spray gun
in the locked position while preparing the system.
1. Place the siphon tube into a container of the appropriate
solvent. Examples of the appropriate solvent are water for
latex paint or mineral spirits for oil-based paints.
2. Place the return hose into a metal waste container.
4. Turn on the sprayer and set the pressure
to minimum by turning the pressure control
knob to the “1” or “2” position.
5. Allow the sprayer to run until paint is coming
through the return hose into the metal waste
container.
6. Turn off the sprayer by moving the pressure control knob to
the “0” position.
7. Remove the return hose from the waste container and place
it in its operating position above the container of paint.
3. Move the PRIME/SPRAY valve down to the
PRIME position.
NOTE:Hold the return hose in the waste
container when moving the PRIME/
SPRAY valve to PRIME in case the
sprayer is pressurized.
8. Move the PRIME/SPRAY valve up to the
SPRAY position.
9. Turn on the sprayer and set the pressure
to minimum by turning the pressure control
knob to the “1” or “2” position.
10. Unlock the gun by turning the gun trigger
lock to the unlocked position.
4. Set the pressure to minimum by turning
the pressure control knob to the “1” or “2”
position.
5. Allow the sprayer to run for 15–30 seconds
to flush the old solvent out through the
return hose and into the metal waste
container.
6. Turn off the sprayer off by moving the pressure control
knob to the “0” position.
NOTE: Make sure that the spray gun does not have a tip
or tip guard installed.
11.
7. Move the PRIME/SPRAY valve up to the
SPRAY position.
8. Turn on the sprayer and set the pressure
to minimum by turning the pressure control
knob to the “1” or “2” position.
9. Unlock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the
unlocked position.
12.
13.
14.
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.
15. Turn on the sprayer and set the pressure to minimum by
turning the pressure control knob to the “1” or “2” position.
16. Increase the pressure by turning the pressure control
knob slowly clockwise and test the spray pattern on a
piece of cardboard. Adjust the pressure control knob until
the spray from the gun is completely atomized. Try to
keep the pressure control knob at the lowest setting that
maintains good atomization.
Ground the gun by holding it
against the edge of the metal
container while flushing. Failure to
do so may lead to a static electric
discharge, which may cause a fire.
10. Trigger the gun into the metal waste container until the old
solvent is gone and fresh solvent is coming out of the gun.
11. Lock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the locked
position.
12. Set down the gun and increase the pressure by turning
the pressure control knob slowly clockwise to the “4” or “5”
position.
13. Check the entire system for leaks. If leaks occur, turn off
the sprayer and follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure” in
this manual before tightening any fittings or hoses.
14. Follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure” in this manual
before changing from solvent to paint.
NOTE: Turning the pressure up higher than needed to
atomize the paint will cause premature tip wear
and additional overspray.
Be sure to follow the pressure relief procedure
when shutting down the sprayer for any purpose,
including servicing or adjusting any part of the
spray system, changing or cleaning spray tips, or
preparing for cleanup.
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Ground the gun by holding it
against the edge of the metal
container while flushing. Failure to
do so may lead to a static electric
discharge, which may cause a fire.
Trigger the gun into the metal waste container until all air
and solvent is flushed from the spray hose and paint is
flowing freely from the gun.
Lock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the locked
position.
Turn off the sprayer by moving the pressure control knob
to the “0” position.
Attach tip guard and tip to the gun as instructed by the tip
guard or tip manuals.
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Pressure Relief Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Approximately
10 to 12 inches
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.
Lock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the locked
position.
Turn the pressure control knob to the “0” (OFF) position.
Unlock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock to the
unlocked position.
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.
Trigger the gun to remove any
pressure that may still be in the hose.
Lock the gun by turning the gun trigger lock
to the locked position.
Move the PRIME/SPRAY valve down to the
PRIME position.
Right way
Wrong way
The spray gun should be triggered by turning it on and off with
each stroke. This will save paint and avoid paint buildup at
the end of the stroke. Do not trigger the gun during the middle
of a stroke. This will result in an uneven spray and splotchy
coverage.
Proper way to trigger the spray gun
Keep stroke
even
Spraying
Approximately
10 to 12 inches
NOTE: When spraying block filler, mastics or high solid
coating, remove the gun filter and high pressure
filter screens.
Spraying Technique
The key to a good paint job is an even coating over the entire
surface. This is done by using even strokes. Keep your arm
moving at a constant speed and keep the spray gun at a constant
distance from the surface. The best spraying distance is 10 to 12
inches between the spray tip and the surface.
Start stroke
Pull trigger
Keep steady
Release trigger
End stroke
Overlap each stroke by about 30%. This will ensure an even
coating.
When you stop painting, lock the gun trigger lock, turn the
pressure control knob counterclockwise to its lowest setting and
set the PRIME/SPRAY valve to PRIME. Turn the ON/OFF switch
to the OFF position and unplug the sprayer.
Even coat throughout
Approximately
10 to 12 inches
Practice
1. Be sure that the paint hose is free of kinks and clear of
objects with sharp cutting edges.
2. Set the pressure to minimum by turning the pressure
control knob to the “1” or “2” position.
3. Move the PRIME/SPRAY valve up to the
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.
Keep stroke smooth and at an even speed.
Keep the spray gun at right angles to the surface. This means
moving your entire arm back and forth rather than just flexing
your wrist.
Light Coat
Heavy Coat
Light Coat
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.
Do not flex wrist while spraying.
Good spray pattern
Paint tailing pattern
Keep the spray gun perpendicular to the surface, otherwise one
end of the pattern will be thicker than the other.
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Cleanup
13. Follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure” found in the
Operation section of this manual.
14. Unplug the sprayer and store in a clean, dry area.
Important: Do not store the unit under pressure.
Do not use gasoline to clean the sprayer.
Special cleanup instructions for use with
flammable solvents:
Cleaning the Spray Tip
• 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.
1. Flush the gun with solvent immediately after the work is
completed.
2. Oil the sliding pins to prevent them from seizing up.
Do not attempt to clean the tip with
your finger.
Do not use a needle or other sharp
pointed instrument to clean the tip.
The hard tungsten carbide is brittle
and can be chipped.
Important: The sprayer, hose, and gun should be cleaned
thoroughly after daily use. Failure to do so permits material
to build up, seriously affecting the performance of the unit.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Always spray at minimum pressure with the gun
nozzle tip removed when using mineral spirits or
any other solvent to clean the sprayer, hose, or
gun. Static electricity buildup may result in a fire
or explosion in the presence of flammable vapors.
Follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure” found in the
Operation section of this manual.
Remove the gun tip and tip guard and clean with a brush
using the appropriate solvent.
Place the siphon tube into a container of the appropriate
solvent. Examples of the appropriate solvent are water for
latex paint or mineral spirits for oil-based paints.
Place the return hose into a metal waste container.
Maintenance
Before proceeding, follow the Pressure Relief
Procedure outlined previously in 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
The following tools are needed when repairing this sprayer:
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. Before repairing any part of the sprayer, read the
instructions carefully, including all warnings.
5. Move the PRIME/SPRAY valve down to the
PRIME position.
NOTE:Hold the return hose in the waste
container when moving the PRIME/
SPRAY valve to PRIME in case the
sprayer is pressurized.
6. Turn on the sprayer and set the pressure
to minimum by turning the pressure control
knob to the “1” or “2” position.
7. Allow the solvent to circulate through the
unit and flush the paint out of the return
hose into the metal waste container.
8. Turn off the sprayer by moving the pressure
control knob to the “0” position.
9. Move the PRIME/SPRAY valve up to its
SPRAY position.
10. Turn on the sprayer and set the pressure
to minimum by turning the pressure control
knob to the “1” or “2” position.
Important: Never pull on a wire to disconnect it. Pulling
on a wire could loosen the connector from the wire.
2. 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 section to help identify other possible
problems.
3. Make sure 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.
4. If you have any further questions concerning your
SprayTECH Airless Sprayer, call SprayTECH:
Technical Service (U.S.)........................ 1-800-526-5362
Fax ................................................ 1-800-525-9501
Ground the gun by holding it
against the edge of the metal
container while flushing. Failure to
do so may lead to a static electric
discharge, which may cause a fire.
11. Trigger the gun into the metal waste container until the
paint is flushed out of the hose and solvent is coming out
of the gun.
12. Continue to trigger the spray gun into the waste container
until the solvent coming out of the gun is clean.
NOTE: For long-term or cold weather storage, pump
mineral sprits or Pump Saver Plus through the
entire system.
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Replacing the prime/spray Valve
Gun Filter
1. Pull the bottom of the trigger
guard forward so that it
Gun
comes loose from the handle
Housing
assembly.
2. Loosen and remove the handle
Filter
assembly from the gun head.
3. Pull the old filter out of the gun
Handle
head.
Seal
4. Slide the new filter, tapered
end first, into the gun head.
Handle
5. Make sure the handle seal is in
position and thread the handle
assembly into the gun head
until secure.
6. Snap the trigger guard back onto the handle assembly.
Perform the following procedure using PRIME/SPRAY valve
replacement kit P/N 0507690.
1. Drive the groove pin out of the valve handle.
2. Remove the valve handle and the cam base.
3. Using a wrench, loosen and remove the valve housing
assembly.
4. Make sure the gasket is in place and thread the new valve
housing assembly into the filter block. Tighten securely
with a wrench.
5. Place the cam base over the valve housing assembly.
Lubricate the cam base with grease and line up the cam
with the filter block using the dowel pin.
6. Line up the hole on the valve stem with the hole in the
valve handle.
7. Insert the groove pin into the valve handle and through the
valve stem to secure the valve handle in position.
Choosing the Correct Spray Gun Filter
Use the proper gun filter based on the type of material being
applied as shown below.
Gasket
Filter
Housing
Part
Number
Application
Filter
Type
Color of
Filter
Body
0089960
Synthetic resin,
enamels, clean
varnishes, stains
azures
Extrafine
red
0089959
Base coat enamels,
primer enamels,
fillers, marking paints,
textured enamels
Fine
yellow
0089958
Emulsions,
latex paints,
acrylic paints
Medium
white
0089957
Heavy bodied latex,
blockfillers,
elastometrics
Coarse
green
Valve Housing
Assembly
Valve Stem
Groove Pin
Dowel Pin
Cam Base
Valve Handle
NOTE: For more detail, part number information, and
an assembly drawing, please see the G-10 XL
Airless Spray Gun Owner’s Manual (P/N 0296237).
Replacing the Filters
Pump Filter
1. Loosen and remove the filter
housing by hand. Pull the filter
out of the pump manifold.
2. Slip the filter off of the filter
support spring.
3. Inspect the filter. Based on
inspection, clean or replace the
filter.
4. Inspect the filter seal. Based on
inspection, clean or replace the
filter seal.
5. Slide the new or cleaned filter
over the filter support spring with
the adapter in place. Push the
filter into the center of the pump
manifold.
6. Slide the filter housing over the
filter and thread it into the pump
manifold until secure.
NOTE: The filter housing should
be hand-tightened, but
make sure the filter
housing is seated fully
into the pump manifold.
Filter
Body
Filter
Core
Spring
O-ring
Filter
Housing
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Replacing the Motor Assembly (with
Electronic Control)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
a.
b.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Replacing the Gears
1. Perform the Pressure Relief Procedure and unplug the
unit.
2. Turn the pressure control knob to the “1” or “2” position to
make sure the power supply has discharged.
3. Loosen and remove the four motor shroud screws.
Remove the motor shroud.
4. Release the tie wrap on the top of the baffle assembly and
slip the baffle assembly down off of the motor.
5. Loosen and remove the three electronic cover screws. Lift
the electronic cover off of the electronic control assembly
on the motor.
6. At the electronic control assembly:
a.
Disconnect the white wire coming from the power
cord and the white wire coming from the relay.
b.
Disconnect the three wires coming from the
potentiometer.
7. Loosen and remove the three motor mounting screws.
8. Pull the motor out of the gearbox housing.
9. Inspect the armature gear on the end of the motor for
damage or excessive wear. If this gear is completely worn
out, replace the motor.
10. Remove and inspect the 1st stage gear and 2nd stage
gear assemblies for damage or excessive wear. Replace,
if necessary.
11. Remove and inspect the front gear box assembly for
damage or excessive wear. If damaged or worn, replace
the front gear box assembly.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) potential could cause
damage to electronic control. Use SprayTECH ESD
wrist strap P/N 0507958 or equivalent when
working on electronic control with electronic cover
removed.
Perform the Pressure Relief Procedure and unplug the
sprayer.
Turn the pressure control knob to the “1” or “2” position to
make sure the power supply has discharged.
Loosen and remove the four motor shroud screws.
Remove the motor shroud.
Release the tie wrap on the top of the baffle assembly and
slip the baffle assembly down off of the motor.
Loosen and remove the three electronic cover screws. Lift
the electronic cover off of the electronic control assembly
on the motor.
At the electronic control assembly:
Disconnect the white wire coming from the power cord and
the white wire coming from the relay.
Disconnect the three wires coming from the potentiometer.
Loosen and remove the three motor mounting screws.
Pull the motor out of the gearbox housing.
With the motor removed, inspect the gears in the gearbox
housing for damage or excessive wear. Replace the
gears, if necessary.
Install the new motor into the gearbox housing. Make sure
the housing gasket is positioned properly.
Secure the motor with the three motor mounting screws.
Reconnect the wires to the electronic control assembly
(refer to the electrical schematic in the Parts List section of
this manual).
Position the electronic cover over the electronic control
assembly. Secure the electronic cover with the three
electronic cover screws.
NOTE: Clean and refill the gear box cavity up to the rear
face of each gear with grease (P/N 9870307).
12. Install the motor into the gearbox housing. Make sure the
housing gasket is positioned properly.
13. Secure the motor with the three motor mounting screws.
14. Reconnect the wires to the electronic control assembly
(refer to the electrical schematic in the Parts List section of
this manual).
15. Position the electronic cover over the electronic control
assembly. Secure the electronic cover with the three
electronic cover screws.
16. Slip the baffle assembly up and around the motor. Secure
the baffle assembly with the tie wrap.
17. Slide the motor shroud over the motor.
18. Secure the motor shroud with the four motor shroud
screws.
IMPORTANT: Use only SprayTECH electronic cover screws
to secure the electronic cover (see Drive Assembly parts
list). Use of any other screws may damage the electronic
control assembly.
14. Slip the baffle assembly up and around the motor. Secure
the baffle assembly with the tie wrap.
15. Slide the motor shroud over the motor.
16. Secure the motor shroud with the four motor shroud
screws.
Front End Bell
Assembly
Motor Shroud Screws
Armature Gear
Motor Shroud
1st Stage Gear
2nd Stage Gear
Electronic Cover
Electronic Cover
Screw
Front Gear Box
Assembly
Housing
Gasket
Gearbox
Housing
Motor Mounting
Screw
Electronic Control
Assembly
Motor
Baffle Assembly
Housing Gasket
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Replacing the Transducer
Servicing the Fluid Section
Use the following procedures to service the valves and repack
the fluid section.
1. Loosen and remove the four front cover screws. Remove
the front cover.
2. Position the crankshaft/slider assembly at the bottom,
dead-center of its stroke so that the connecting pin and
retaining ring are visible below the slider assembly. This is
done by turning the sprayer on and off in short bursts until
the connecting pin is visible below the slider housing.
3. Turn off and unplug the unit.
1. Perform the Pressure Relief Procedure and unplug the
unit.
2. Turn the pressure control knob to the “1” or “2” position to
make sure the power supply has discharged.
3. Loosen and remove the four motor shroud screws.
Remove the motor shroud.
4. At the electronic control assembly, disconnect the black
wire coming from the transducer.
5. Pull the grommet out of the mounting plate and slide it up
the shaft of the transducer until it is clear of the mounting
plate.
Transducer
6. Using a wrench, loosen and remove
the transducer from the filter housing.
Carefully thread the transducer wire out
through the mounting plate. Replace
Transducer
the transducer cap and inner seal, if
Cap
damaged.
Inner Seal
7. Slide the grommet off of the old
transducer and onto the new transducer.
8. Thread the new transducer wire through the mounting
plate and up to the electronic control assembly.
9. Thread the new transducer into the filter housing and
tighten securely with a wrench.
Before proceeding, follow the Pressure Relief
Procedure outlined previously in 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!
4. Remove the return hose from the clamp on the siphon
tube.
5. Unscrew the siphon tube/suction set from the inlet valve.
6. Loosen and remove the high-pressure hose from the
nipple on the back of the cylinder of the fluid section.
7. Slide the retaining ring up on the
slider assembly to expose the
Crankshaft
connecting pin.
Slider
8. Push the connecting pin forward
Assembly
through the slider assembly and
piston. The connecting pin will
Connecting
fall into a recessed area of the
Pin
gear box housing where it can be
Retaining
retrieved.
Ring
9. Using a wrench, turn the jam nut
Jam Nut
counterclockwise to loosen it from
the gear box housing.
10. Turn the fluid section
counterclockwise to remove it from
the gear box housing.
11. Place the fluid section cylinder
Cylinder
upright in a vise by clamping on
the wrench flats.
NOTE: Make sure the transducer cap and inner seal on
the transducer are in place before threading the
transducer into the filter housing.
10. Push the grommet into the mounting plate.
11. Connect the transducer wire to the electronic control
assembly (refer to the electrical schematic in the Parts List
section of this manual).
12. Slide the motor shroud over the motor.
13. Secure the motor shroud with the four motor shroud
screws.
Motor Shroud Screws
NOTE: Do not over-tighten the vise. Damage to the
cylinder may occur.
Electronic
Control
Assembly
12. Loosen and remove the inlet
Cylinder
valve housing from the cylinder.
13. Remove the inlet valve cage, inlet
Inlet Valve
valve ball, inlet valve seat, and
Cage
o-ring from the inlet valve.
Inlet Valve
14. Clean out any debris in the inlet
Ball
valve housing and examine the
Inlet Valve
housing and the inlet valve seat.
Seat
If the seat is damaged, reverse or
replace the seat.
O-ring
15. Using a wrench, remove the
Viton
upper seal retainer.
O-Ring
16. Slide the piston rod out through
Teflon
the bottom of the cylinder.
Back-Up
17. Inspect the piston rod for wear
Ring
and replace if necessary.
Inlet Valve
18. Remove the upper packing
Housing
assembly from the top of the
cylinder.
19. Remove the adapter and lower packing assembly from the
bottom of the cylinder.
Motor Shroud
Grommet
Transducer
Mounting Plate
To
F
ilte
r
NOTE: Be careful not to scratch, score, or otherwise
damage the cylinder during removal of the
packings.
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20. Remove the cylinder from the
vise.
21. Insert the connection pin through
the hole at the top of the piston
rod and clamp each end of the
connecting pin in the vise. This
will hold the piston rod in position
for disassembly.
NOTE: Do not clamp the piston
rod directly in the vise.
Damage to the piston rod
will occur.
37. Push the lower packing assembly into position using the
lower packing insertion tool (see Fluid Section Assembly
parts list for lower packing insertion tool P/N).
Upper
Seal
Retainer
Upper
Support
Ring
Upper
Packing
Assembly
NOTE:Coat the piston insertion tool (i.e. upper packing
pre-form tool) and the piston rod with grease
before inserting them into the cylinder.
38. Place the piston insertion tool over the top of the piston
rod.
39. Insert the piston rod into the bottom of the cylinder,
through the lower packing assembly, through the upper
packing assembly, and out through the upper seal
retainer.
Cylinder
22. Using a 3/8” hex wrench, loosen
and remove the outlet valve
retainer from the piston rod.
Lower
23. Remove the outlet valve seat,
Packing
outlet valve ball, nylon washer,
Assembly
outlet valve cage, and outlet valve
seal from the piston rod.
Adapter
24. Clean out any debris and examine
the retainer and outlet valve seat.
If the seat is damaged, reverse or
replace the seat.
25. Clean and inspect the outlet
Piston Rod
valve cage and outlet valve
ball. Replace if they are worn or
damaged.
26. Reassemble the outlet valve
Outlet Valve
Seal
assembly into the piston rod in
the reverse order of how it was
Outlet Valve
disassembled. Torque the outlet
Cage
valve retainer to 12 ft. lbs.
Nylon
27. Remove the piston rod from the
Washer
vise.
Outlet Valve
28. Clean the cylinder. Inspect the
Ball
cylinder for damage and replace if
necessary.
Outlet Valve
Seat
29. Place the cylinder upright in a vise
by clamping on the wrench flats.
Outlet Valve
Retainer
30. Locate the new upper and lower
packings and remove the pre-form
tools. Save the upper packing pre-form tool for use as the
piston insertion tool later in this procedure.
NOTE: If the nipple on the cylinder does not face
the back of the unit, turn the cylinder
counterclockwise until the nipple faces the back
of the unit. Do not turn the cylinder more than
one full turn.
46. Once the nipple is positioned, turn the jam nut clockwise
until it contacts the gear box housing.
47. Tighten the jam nut with a wrench to tighten it against the
gear box housing.
48. Attach the high-pressure hose to the nipple on the back
of the cylinder and tighten with a wrench. Do not kink the
hose.
NOTE: For low rider units, make sure the hose does not
touch the cart frame. If it does, reposition the
nipple by turning the cylinder until the hose is
clear of the frame and the nipple is within 45º of
the back of the unit.
NOTE: Do not remove the pre-form tools from the upper
and lower packings until immediately before they
are installed into the cylinder.
49. Insert the adapter into the bottom of the cylinder.
50. Making sure that the Viton o-ring and Teflon back-up ring
are lubricated and in place, reassemble the inlet valve
assembly and and thread it into the cylinder. Tighten the
inlet valve housing until the o-ring engages, then continue
to tighten until snug. Once snug, tighten an additional
1/8–1/4 turn.
51. Thread the siphon tube/suction set into the inlet valve
housing and tighten securely. Make sure to wrap the
threads on the down tube/siphon hose adapter with Teflon
tape before assembly.
52. Replace the return hose into the clamp on the siphon tube.
53. Place the front cover on the gearbox housing and secure
in position using the four front cover screws.
54. Turn on the sprayer by following the procedure in the
“Operation” section of this manual and check for leaks.
31. Pack the areas between the
Install upper packing
packing lips with grease.
with raised lip
Lubricate the o-rings on the
facing down.
exterior of the packings with
grease.
32. Insert the upper packing into the
top of the cylinder with the raised
Raised Lip
lip on the packing facing down
toward the cylinder.
33. Insert the upper support ring on top of the upper packing.
Large Beveled Edge
34. Thread the upper seal retainer into
the cylinder and torque to 25-30 ft.
lbs.
35. Rotate the cylinder in the vise so
that the bottom end is facing up.
36. Insert the lower packing partially
Install lower packing so
into the bottom of the cylinder with large beveled edge will
the large beveled edge facing
be facing up when the
toward the cylinder (beveled edge
cylinder is upright.
will be facing up when the cylinder
is upright).
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NOTE: Make sure the raised lip on the bottom of the
lower packing is fully outside the packing around
the piston rod after insertion of the piston rod.
40. Remove the piston insertion tool from the top of the piston
rod.
41. Turn the jam nut counterclockwise until it is flush against
the top of the cylinder.
42. Lubricate the threads on the cylinder with anti-seize
compound. Remove the cylinder from the vise.
43. Thread the cylinder into the gear box housing, turning
clockwise. When the connecting pin hole on the piston
rod lines up with the hole in the slider assembly, insert the
connecting pin.
44. Slide the retaining ring down over the connecting pin.
45. Continue to turn the cylinder clockwise until the jam nut is
flush against the gear box housing.
NOTE:Repacking kit P/N 0551687 is available. For best
results use all parts supplied in this kit.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
A. The unit will not run.
B. The unit will not prime.
Cause
Solution
1. The unit is not plugged in.
2. Tripped breaker.
3. The pressure is set too low (pressure
control knob set at minimum setting does
not supply power to unit).
4. Faulty or loose wiring.
5. Excessive motor temperature.
1. The PRIME/SPRAY valve is in the SPRAY position.
2. Air leak in the siphon tube/suction set.
C. The unit will not build or
maintain pressure.
1. The spray tip is worn.
2. The spray tip is too large.
3. The pressure control knob is not set
properly.
4. The pump filter, gun filter, or inlet screen is clogged.
7. There is external fluid leak.
8. There is an internal fluid section leak
(packings are worn and/or dirty, valve balls
are worn).
9. Worn valve seats
10. Motor powers but fails to rotate
D. Fluid leakage at the upper end of the fluid section.
F. Poor spray pattern.
G. The unit lacks power.
5. Material flows from the return hose when
the PRIME/SPRAY valve is in the SPRAY
position.
6. Air leak in the siphon tube/suction set.
E. Excessive surge at the spray
gun.
3. The pump filter and/or inlet screen is
clogged.
4. The siphon tube/suction set is clogged.
1. The upper packings are worn.
2. The piston rod is worn.
1. Wrong type of airless spray hose.
2. The spray tip worn or too large.
3. Excessive pressure.
1. The spray tip is too large for the material
being used.
2. Incorrect pressure setting.
3. Insufficient fluid delivery.
4. The material being sprayed is too viscous. 1. The pressure adjustment is too low.
2. Improper voltage supply.
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1. Plug the unit in.
2. Reset the breaker.
3. Turn the pressure control knob clockwise to supply
power to the unit and increase the pressure setting.
4. Inspect or take to a SprayTECH authorized service
center.
5. Allow motor to cool.
1. Rotate the PRIME/SPRAY valve clockwise to the
PRIME position.
2. Check the siphon tube/suction set connection and
tighten or re-tape the connection with Teflon tape.
3. Remove the pump filter element and clean. Remove
the inlet screen and clean.
4. Remove the siphon tube/suction set and clean.
1. Replace the spray tip following the instructions that
came with the spray gun.
2. Replace the spray tip with a tip that has a smaller
orifice following the instructions that came with the
spray gun.
3. Turn the pressure control knob clockwise to increase
the pressure setting.
4. Remove the pump filter element and clean. Remove
the gun filter and clean. Remove the inlet screen
and clean.
5. Clean or replace the PRIME/SPRAY valve.
6. Check the siphon tube/suction set connection and
tighten or re-tape the connection with Teflon tape.
7. Check for external leaks at all connections. Tighten
connections, if necessary.
8. Clean the valves and service the fluid section
following the “Servicing the Fluid Section” procedure
in the Maintenance section of this manual.
9. Reverse or replace the valve seats following the
“Servicing the Fluid Section” procedure in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
10. Take unit to a SprayTECH authorized service center.
1. Repack the pump following the “Servicing the Fluid
Section” procedure in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
2. Replace the piston rod following the “Servicing the
Fluid Section” procedure in the Maintenance section
of this manual.
1. Replace hose with a minimum of 50’ of 1/4”
grounded textile braid airless paint spray hose.
2. Replace the spray tip following the instructions that
came with the spray gun.
3. Rotate the pressure control knob counterclockwise to
decrease spray pressure.
1. Replace the spray tip with a new or smaller spray tip
following the instructions that came with the spray
gun.
2. Rotate the pressure control knob to adjust the
pressure for a proper spray pattern.
3. Clean all screens and filters.
4. Add solvent to the material according to the
manufacturer’s recommendations.
1. Rotate the pressure control knob clockwise to
increase the pressure setting.
2. Reconnect the input voltage for 120V AC.
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Consignes de sécurite important ·
Lire toutes ces consignes avant
d’utiliser l’appareil. Garder ces consignes.
Indique une situation à risque, laquelle, si elle n’est pas
évitée, peut entraîner des blessures graves, voire la mort.
DANGER : ÉMANATIONS DANGEREUSES
Certains produits (peintures, solvants, insecticides ou
autres) peuvent être nocifs s’ils sont inhalés ou entrent en
contact avec l’organisme. Les émanations de ces produits
peuvent provoquer de graves nausées, évanouissements
ou empoisonnements.
Pour réduire les risques d’incendie ou d’explosion, de
choc électrique et de blessure, vous devez lire et
comprendre les directives figurant dans ce manuel.
Familiarisez-vous avec les commandes et l’utilisation
adéquate de l’équipement.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES :
• Se servir d’un masque ou d’un respirateur s’il
y a risque d’inhalation (lire toutes les directives
concernant ces dispositifs afin de s’assurer qu’ils
offrent la protection requise).
• Porter des lunettes de protection.
• Porter les vêtements de protection prescrits par le fabricant du
produit utilisé.
Danger : injection cutanée
Le jet de haute pression produit par cet appareil peut
transpercer la peau et les tissus sous-jacents, causant des
blessures graves pouvant entraîner l’amputation.
NE PAS TRAITER ce type de BLESSURE COMME UNE
SIMPLE COUPURE! Une amputation peut en résulter.
ON doit consulter un médicin sur-le-champ.
La pression maximale de ce pulvérisateur est d’environ 3 100 PSI / 21,4
MPa.
mesures PRÉVENtives :
• Ne pas pointer le pistolet vers une partie du corps.
• Ne pas pointer le pistolet vers une personne ou un animal; ne pas
pulvériser non plus de produit dessus.
• NE JAMAIS mettre une partie du corps devant le jet de produit.
NE JAMAIS toucher les fuites du flexible de pulvérisation.
• NE JAMAIS mettre la main, même gantée, devant le pistolet (les
gants n’offrent aucune protection contre les blessures par injection).
• TOUJOURS verrouiller la détente, arrêter la pompe et relâcher
toute la pression avant d’effectuer la maintenance de l’appareil ou
de le laisser sans surveillance, d’en nettoyer le protège-embout
ou l’embout, ou de remplacer ce dernier. La pression ne sera
pas relâchée par le simple arrêt du moteur; pour ce faire, on
doit se servir du bouton PRIME/SPRAY (se reporter à la section
Comment libérer la pression, du présent manuel).
• TOUJOURS s’assurer que le protège-embout est en place
avant de pulvériser. Il est cependant à noter que, s’il assure une
certaine protection, ce dispositif joue surtout un rôle préventif.
• TOUJOURS retirer l’embout avant de vidanger ou de nettoyer
l’appareil.
• toujours inspecter le flexible avant de commencer; celui-ci peut
présenter des fuites attribuables à l’usure, à une flexion excessibe
ou à un traitement abusif, lesquelles fuites présentent des risques
d’injection cutanée. Ne pas utiliser le flexible pour soulever ou
tirer l’équipement.
• NE JAMAIS utiliser de pistolet sans verrou de détente et protègedoigts.
• Tous les accessoires (pistolets, embouts, rallonges, flexibles etc.)
doivent pouvoir subir une pression nominale de 3 100 PSI / 21,4
MPa ou plus.
• Ne laissez pas l’appareil sous tension ou sous pression quand
vous vous en éloignez. Quand vous n’utilisez pas l’appareil,
éteignez-le et libérez la pression conformément aux instructions
Comment libérer la pression, du présent manuel.
• Vérifiez que toutes les connexions sont bien serrées avant
d’utiliser l’appareil. Toute pièce qui n’est pas fixée solidement
risque d’être projetée violemment ou d’entraîner la fuite d’un jet
de liquide à une pression extrêmement élevée, ce qui pourrait
causer des blessures graves.
• Verrouillez toujours la détente quand vous ne pulvérisez pas.
Vérifiez que le verrou de la détente fonctionne correctement.
DANGER : EXPLOSION OU INCENDIE
Les émanations de certains produits peuvent exploser
ou s’enflammer, et risquent d’entraîner des dommages
matériels ou de graves blessures.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES :
• S’assurer que l’aire de travail est dotée de moyens d’évacuation
d’air vicié et d’introduction d’air frais pour éviter l’accumulation de
vapeurs inflammables. Les vapeurs dégagées par la peinture ou
les solvants peuvent provoquer une explosion ou s’enflammer.
• Ne pas pulvériser de produit dans un endroit clos.
• Ne pas travailler près de sources d’ignition (décharges
électrostatiques ou étincelles provoquées par le branchement/
débranchement d’appareils ou la commutation d’interrupteurs,
d’appareils électriques, flammes nues, veilleuses, objets chauds,
etc.). La peinture ou le solvant s’écoulant dans l’équipement peut
générer de l’électricité statique.
• Ne pas fumer dans l’aire de travail.
• L’aire de travail doit être munie d’un extincteur en bon état de marche.
• Prévoir un espace d’au moins 7.62 mètres entre la pompe et l’objet
à pulvériser s’ils sont dans la même pièce bien ventilée (rallonger le
flexible au besoin). Les vapeurs inflammables étant souvent plus lourdes
que l’air, l’espace au-dessus du plancher doit être particulièrement bien
aéré. La pompe contient des pièces qui produisent des arcs et émettent
des étincelles pouvant enflammer les vapeurs.
• Les appareils et objets à l’intérieur ou à proximité de l’aire de
travail doivent être adéquatement mis à la terre pour éviter les
décharges électrostatiques.
• Veillez à ce que la zone soit propre et exempte de contenants de
peinture ou de solvant, chiffons ou autres matériaux inflammables.
• Les flexibles dont on se sert doivent être conçus pour subir les
pressions élevées et faits de matériaux conducteurs ou mis à la
terre adéquatement; le pistolet sera mis à la terre par le biais de
ses raccords aux flexibles.
• Pour les appareils électriques — Le cordon d’alimentation doit
être branché à un circuit trifilaire.
• L’appareil doit toujours être vidangé à basse pression, embout
retiré, dans un contenant métallique distinct. Tenir le pistolet
contre la paroi du contenant de manière à mettre ce dernier à la
terre et à prévenir les décharges électrostatiques.
• Toujours respecter les mises en garde et les directives du
fabricant des produits et solvants utilisés. On doit connaître les
produits contenus dans les peintures et solvants qu’on pulvérise.
Lire les fiches techniques santé-sécurité (FTSS) et les étiquettes
des contenants fournies avec les peintures et solvants. Suivres
les consignes de sécurité du fabricant de peinture et de solvant.
• 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 est la température à laquelle le liquide peut créer
suffisamment de vapeurs et s’enflammer.
• Le plastique est générateur de décharges électrostatiques; ne jamais
en suspendre pour fermer une aire de travail ou en utiliser en guise
de toile de protection lorsqu’on pulvérise un produit inflammable.
• Se servir de la pression la plus basse possible pour vidanger
l’appareil.
• Ne pas pulvériser de produit sur la pompe.
remarque à l’intention des MÉDECINS :
Les injections cutanées sont des lésions traumatiques; il
importe donc de les traiter sans délai. On NE DOIT PAS retarder
ce traitement sous prétexte de vérifier la toxicité du produit en
cause, celle-ci n’étant conséquente que dans le cas d’injection
directe de certains produits dans le système sanguin. Il pourrait
s’avérer nécessaire de consulter un plasticien ou un spécialiste
en chirurgie reconstructive de la main.
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Consignes de sécurite important ·
Lire toutes ces consignes avant
d’utiliser l’appareil. Garder ces consignes.
Instructions de mise à la terre
DANGER : EXPLOSION CAUSÉE PAR DES
PRODUITS INCOMPATIBLES
Ce type d’explosion peut entraîner des dommages
matériels ou des blessures graves.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES :
• Ne pas utiliser de produits contenant du chlore ou du javellisant.
• Ne pas utiliser de solvants à base de halons comme l’eau de
javel, les agents antimoisissure, le chlorure de méthylène et le
trichloroéthane-1-1-1, lesquels ne sont pas compatibles avec
l’aluminium.
• Communiquer avec le fournisseur du produit concerné pour en
connaître la compatibilité avec l’aluminium.
Cet appareil doit être mis à la terre. La mise à la terre réduit les risques
d’électrocution lors d’un court-circuit en permettant au courant de
s’écouler par le fil de mise à la terre. Cet appareil est muni d’un cordon
électrique avec fil de mise à la terre ainsi que d’une fiche de terre. La
fiche doit être branchée sur une prise installée correctement et mise à la
terre conformément à la réglementation et aux codes en vigueur.
MISE EN GARDE - Le fait de ne pas brancher
correctement la fiche trifilaire de l’appareil peut entraîner
des risques de choc électrique.
Si on doit réparer ou remplacer le cordon ou la fiche, ne pas
raccorder le fil de terre à la borne des broches plates (lames) de cette
dernière. Ce fil, normalement vert (avec ou sans rayures jaunes), doit
être relié à la broche de terre.
Consulter un technicien ou un électricien qualifié à défaut de comprendre
l’ensemble des présentes directives ou en cas d’incertitude quant à la
mise à terre de l’appareil. Ne pas modifier la fiche de l’appareil; si elle ne
s’adapte pas dans la prise voulue, faire remplacer cette dernière par un
électricien qualifié.
DANGER : GÉNÉRALITÉS
D’autres dangers peuvent entraîner des dommages matériels ou des
blessures graves.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES :
• Lire toutes les directives et consignes de sécurité avant d’utiliser
l’appareil.
• Observer tous les codes locaux, provinciaux, d’état et nationaux
régissant la ventilation, la prévention des incendies et le
fonctionnement de l’appareil.
• Aux États-Unis, le gouvernement a adopté des normes de
sécurité en vertu de l’Occupational Safety and Health Act
(OSHA). Le cas échéant, on doit les consulter, notamment les
parties 1910 des normes générales et 1926 des normes de
construction.
• N’utiliser que les pièces autorisées par le fabricant; les
utilisateurs qui choisiront d’utiliser des composants dont les
caractéristiques techniques et les exigences en matière de
sécurité sont inférieures devront en assumer tous les risques et
responsabilités.
• Tous les raccords, les tuyaux et les bouchons de remplissage
doivent être fixés solidement en place avant d’utiliser la pompe de
pulvérisation. Toute pièce qui n’est pas fixée solidement risque
d’être projetée violemment ou d’entraîner la fuite d’un jet de
liquide à une pression extrêmement élevée, ce qui pourrait causer
des blessures graves.
• Avant chaque utilisation, examiner tous les flexibles afin de
confirmer l’absence de coupures, de fuites, d’abrasions ou
de renflements. Vérifier également l’intégrité des raccords.
Remplacer sans délai les pièces qui semblent présenter des
défectuosités. Ne jamais tenter de réparer un flexible; remplacer
ceux qui font défaut par des modèles haute pression, avec mise à
la terre.
•. Ne faites pas de nouer avec le tuyau et ne le tordez pas trop. Le
tuyau à vide peut présenter des fuites suite à l’usure, les nouer
ou les mauvais traitements. Une fuite risque d’injecter du produit
dans la peau.
•. N’exposez pas le tuyau à des températures ou des pressions
supérieures à celles spécifiées par le fabricant.
• Ne pas pulvériser à l’extérieur par grands vents.
• Porter des vêtements aptes à protéger la peau et les cheveux du
produit utilisé.
• Ne pas utiliser le pistolet ou ne pas pulvériser de produits
en présence d’enfants à proximité. Éloigner les enfants de
l’équipement en tout temps.
• Ne pas s’étirer ni ne travailler sur un support instable. Toujours
garder les deux pieds au sol pour rester en équilibre.
• Se servir de la pression la plus basse possible pour vidanger
l’appareil.
• Rester vigilant et faire attention à ce que l’on fait.
• Ne pas se servir de l’équipement en cas de fatigue ou si vos
aptitudes sont affaiblies par la consommation de drogues ou de
boissons alcoolisées.
• Pour les appareils électriques — Débranchez toujours le cordon
électrique de la prise avant de travailler sur l’équipement.
• N’utilisez pas le tuyau pour tirer ou soulever l’équipement.
• Ne pas soulever par la poignée de chariot en chargeant ou en
déchargeant.
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Prise trifilaire
Broche de mise à la terre
Plaque murale de la prise
Important : Utiliser uniquement une rallonge à trois fils
munie d’une fiche de terre dans une prise secteur mise à la terre
correspondant au type de fiche de l’appareil. S’assurer que votre
rallonge est en bon état. Lorsque vous utilisez une rallonge,
assurez-vous qu’elle soit d’un calibre suffisant pour supporter
l’intensité du courant requise par l’appareil. Une rallonge trop
mince entraîne une chute de tension, une diminution de l’intensité
et une surchauffe. Une rallonge de calibre 12 est recommandée.
Si vous devez utiliser une rallonge à l’extérieur, celle-ci doit
comprendre la marque W-A après la désignation indiquant le type
de cordon. Par exemple, la désignation SJTW-A indique que le
cordon est conçu pour être utilisé à l’extérieur.
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Información de seguridad importante ·
Lea toda la información de
seguridad antes de operar el equipo. Guarde estas instrucciones.
Indica una situación peligrosa que, de no evitarse, puede
causar la muerte o lesiones graves.
PELIGRO: VAPORES PELIGROSOS
Las pinturas, solventes, insecticidas y demás materiales
pueden ser nocivos si se inhalan o toman contacto con
el cuerpo. Los vapores pueden causar náuseas graves,
desmayos o envenamiento.
Para reducir los riesgos de incendios, explosiones,
descargas eléctricas o lesiones a las personas, lea y
entienda todas las instrucciones incluidas en este
manual. Familiarícese con los controles y el uso
adecuado del equipo.
PREVENCIÓN:
PELIGRO: LESIÓN POR INYECCIÓN
El flujo de pintura a alta presión que produce este
equipo puede perforar la piel y los tejidos subyacentes,
ocasionando lesiones graves y posible amputación.
CONSULTE A UN MÉDICO INMEDIATAMENTE.
¡NO TRATE LA LESIÓN POR INYECCIÓN COMO UNA
CORTADURA SIMPLE! La inyección puede ocasionar amputación.
Consulte a un médico inmediatamente.
La gama operativa máxima de la pistola es de 3100 PSI / 21,4 MPa de
presión del líquido.
PREVENCIÓN:
• NUNCA apunte la pistola a ninguna parte del cuerpo.
• No apunte con la pistola ni rocíe a cualquier persona o animal.
• NUNCA deje que ninguna parte del cuerpo toque el flujo de
líquido. NO deje que el cuerpo toque una fuga de la manguera de
líquido.
• NUNCA ponga la mano frente a la pistola. Los guantes no
protegen contra una lesión por inyección.
• SIEMPRE ponga el seguro del gatillo, apague la bomba y
libere toda la presión antes de dar servicio, limpiar la boquilla o
protección, cambiar la boquilla o dejar la pistola sin supervisión.
No se libera la presión al apagar el motor. Debe girarse la perilla
PRIME/ SPRAY (CEBAR/ROCIAR) a PRIME (CEBAR) para
aliviar la presión. Consulte el PROCEDIMIENTO PARA ALIVIAR
LA PRESIÓN descrito en este manual.
• SIEMPRE mantenga la protección de la boquilla en su sitio
al rociar. La protección de la boquilla sirve principalmente de
dispositivo de advertencia.
• SIEMPRE retire la boquilla rociadora antes de enjuagar o limpiar
el sistema.
• La manguera de pintura puede presentar fugas por desgaste,
dobleces y maltrato. La fuga puede inyectar material traspasando
la piel. Inspeccione la manguera antes de cada uso. No use
mangueras para levantar o tirar del equipo.
• NUNCA use una pistola rociadora sin contar con el seguro y la
protección del gatillo.
• Todos los accesorios deben tener capacidades nominales de
3100 PSI / 21,4 MPa como mínimo. Esto incluye las boquillas
rociadoras, pistolas, extensiones y manguera.
• No deje el aparato con corriente ni con presión cuando nadie esté
pendiente de ella. Cuando no utilice el aparato, apáguelo y libere
la presión siguiendo las instrucciones del PROCEDIMIENTO
PARA ALIVIAR LA PRESIÓN descrito en este manual.
• Antes de utilizar el aparato, verifique que todas las conexiones
son seguras. Las partes no aseguradas pueden ser expulsadas
con gran fuerza o filtrar fluido a alta presión y provocar lesiones
severas.
• Ponga siempre el seguro del gatillo cuando no esté pulverizando.
Verifique que el seguro del gatillo funciona correctamente.
PELIGRO: EXPLOSIÓN O INCENDIO
Los vapores de solventes y pinturas pueden explotar o
inflamarse. Pueden producirse daños materiales, lesiones
graves o ambos.
PREVENCIÓN:
NOTA PARA EL MÉDICO:
La inyección a través de la piel es una lesión traumática. Es
importante tratar la lesión tan pronto sea posible. NO retrase
el tratamiento para investigar la toxicidad. La toxicidad es
un factor a considerar con ciertos revestimientos inyectados
directamente en la corriente sanguínea. Puede ser aconsejable
consultar con un cirujano plástico o un cirujano especialista en
reconstrucción de las manos.
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• Use un respirador o mascarilla si pueden
inhalarse los vapores. Lea todas las instrucciones
suministradas con la mascarilla para revisar que
brinde la protección necesaria.
• Use lentes protectores.
• Use ropa protectora según lo indique el fabricante del
revestimiento.
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• Cuente con escape y entrada de aire fresco para mantener el aire
dentro de la zona de aplicación sin acumulaciones de vapores
inflamables. Los gases producidos por solventes o pinturas
pueden causar explosiones o incendios.
• No rocíe en lugares cerrados.
• Evite todas las fuentes de ignición como las chispas de
electricidad estática, las llamas expuestas, appliances
electricidad, las luces piloto y los objetos calientes. La conexión o
desconexión de cables eléctricos o interruptores de luz operativos
puede producir chispas. Si la pintura o el solvente fluyen por el
equipo se puede generar electricidad estática.
• No fume en el área de aplicación.
• Debe haber un extintor de incendios en buen estado.
• Coloque la bomba de pintura a un mínimo de 7.62 meters (25
pies) del objeto a pintar dentro de un área bien ventilada (añada
más manguera si es necesario). Los vapores inflamables son
generalmente más pesados que el aire. El área debe estar
sumamente bien ventilada.
• El equipo y los objetos dentro y alrededor del área a pintar deben
estar debidamente conectados a tierra para evitar las chispas de
estática.
• Mantenga el área limpia y libre de contenedores de pintura o
solvente, trapos y otros materiales inflamables.
• Use solamente una manguera conductora o conectada a tierra
para líquidos a alta presión. La pistola debe conectarse a tierra a
través de las conexiones de la manguera.
• Para las aparatos eléctricas — Debe conectarse el cable eléctrico
a un circuito a tierra.
• Siempre enjuague la unidad dentro de un recipiente metálico
separado, con la bomba a baja presión y habiendo sacado la
boquilla rociadora. Sostenga la pistola firmemente contra el
costado del recipiente para conectar a tierra el mismo y evitar
chispas de estática.
• Siga las advertencias e instrucciones del fabricante del material
y del solvente. Conozca los contenidos de las pinturas y los
solventes con los que rocía. Lea todas las Hojas de Datos sobre
Seguridad de Materiales (MSDS) y las etiquetas del contenedor
provistas con las pinturas y los solventes. Siga las instrucciones
de seguridad del fabricante de pinturas o solventes.
• Tenga muchísmo cuidado al usar materiales cuyo punto de
ignición sea inferior a 70°F (21°C). El punto de inflamación es la
temperatura a la que un fluido puede producir vapores suficientes
para encenderse.
• El plástico puede causar chispas de estática. Nunca cuelgue
plásticos para cerrar una zona a pintar. No use mantas plásticas
al aplicar materiales inflamables.
• Use la presión más baja posible para enjuagar el equipo.
• No rocíe el ensamblaje de la bomba.
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Información de seguridad importante ·
Lea toda la información de
seguridad antes de operar el equipo. Guarde estas instrucciones.
Instrucciones para conectar a tierra
PELIGRO: POSIBLE EXPLOSIÓN DEBIDO A
MATERIALES INCOMPATIBLES
Causará daños materiales o lesiones graves.
Este producto se debe conectar a tierra. En caso de que ocurra un
corto circuito, la conexión a tierra reduce el riesgo de choque eléctrico
al proporcionar un alambre de escape para la corriente eléctrica. Este
producto está equipado con un cable que tiene un alambre de conexión a
tierra con un enchufe de conexión a tierra apropiado. El enchufe se debe
enchufar en una toma de corriente que se haya instalado y conectado a
tierra debidamente, de acuerdo con todos los códigos y estatutos locales.
PREVENCIÓN:
• No use materiales que contengan blanqueador o
cloro.
• No use solventes de hidrocarburos halogenados como
blanqueador, mohocida, cloruro de metileno y 1,1,1 tricloroetano.
No son compatibles con el aluminio.
• Diríjase al proveedor de revestimientos para obtener los datos de
compatibilidad del material con el aluminio.
ADVERTENCIA - La instalación incorrecta del enchufe a
tierra puede ocasionar un riesgo de choque eléctrico.
Si es necesario reparar o cambiar el cable o el enchufe, no
conecte el cable verde a tierra a ninguno de las terminales de espiga
plana. El cable con aislamiento de color verde por fuera con o sin rayas
amarillas es el alambre a tierra y debe conectarse a la espiga a tierra.
PELIGRO: GENERAL
Puede causar daños materiales o lesiones graves.
PREVENCIÓN:
• Lea todas las instrucciones y las precauciones de seguridad
antes de operar el equipo.
• Siga todos los códigos locales, estatales y nacionales
correspondientes que rijan la ventilación, prevención de incendios
y operación.
• Se han adoptado las normas de seguridad del Gobierno de los
Estados Unidos según la Ley de seguridad ocupacional y salud
(Occupational Safety and Health Act, OSHA). Deben consultarse
estas normas, particularmente el apartado 1910 de las Normas
generales y el apartado 1926 de las Normas de construcción.
• Utilice solamente componentes autorizados por el fabricante.
El usuario asume todo riesgo y responsabilidad al utilizar
componentes que no cumplan con las especificaciones mínimas
y requisitos de seguridad del fabricante de la bomba.
• Todos los acopladores, las mangueras y las tapas de los filtros
deben estar asegurados antes de operar la bomba de rocío. Las
partes no aseguradas pueden ser expulsadas con gran fuerza o
filtrar fluido a alta presión y provocar lesiones severas.
• Antes de cada uso, revise todas las mangueras en busca de
cortes, fugas, abrasión o hinchazón de la cubierta. Revise
si hay daños o movimiento de los acoplamiento. Cambie
inmediatamente la manguera si existe alguna de estas
condiciones. Nunca repare una manguera de pintura. Cámbiela
por otra manguera conectada a tierra apta para alta presión.
• No retuerza ni doble la manguera en exceso. En la manguera
airless pueden aparecer fugas a causa del desgaste, de
retorcimientos o de un mal uso. Una fuga puede inyectar material
en la piel.
• No exponga la manguera a temperaturas o presiones que
superen las especificadas por el fabricante.
• No pinte en exteriores en días con viento.
• Use ropa que mantenga la pintura alejada de la piel y el cabello.
• No lo opere ni rocíe cerca de los niños. Mantenga a los niños
alejados del equipo en todo momento.
• No se asome ni se pare sobre soportes inestables. Mantenga
siempre la posición firme y el equilibrio efectivos.
• Use la presión más baja posible para enjuagar el equipo.
• Manténgase alerta y mire lo que hace.
• No utilice la unidad cuando se encuentre cansado o bajo la
influencia de las drogas o el alcohol.
• Para las aparatos eléctricas — Desenchufe siempre el cable
antes de trabajar en el equipo.
• No utilice la manguera como elemento de fuerza para tirar del
equipo o levantarlo.
• No levantar por la manija del carro al cargar o descargando.
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Consulte a un electricista o técnico de servicio capacitado si las
instrucciones para la conexión a tierra no se entienden claramente o si
tiene dudas en cuanto a que el producto esté debidamente conectado a
tierra. No modifique el enchufe que se incluye. Si el enchufe no encaja
en el receptáculo, pida a un electricistas capacitado que instale un
receptáculo adecuado.
Receptáculo conectado a tierra
Pata a tierra
Tapa de la caja de receptáculo conectada a tierra
ImportantE: Use solamente extensiones trifilares que tengan un
enchufe de conexión a tierra de 3 hojas y un receptáculo de triple
ranura que acepte el enchufe del producto. Asegúrese de que su
extensión esté en buenas condiciones. Cuando use una extensión,
asegúrese de usar una que sea lo suficientemente resistente como
para soportar la corriente que descargue su producto. Un cable de
un tamaño menor causará una caída de voltage en la línea que dará
como resultado una pérdida de energía y un sobrecalenta|ôento. Se
recomienda usar un cable de calibre 12. Si se utiliza un cable de
extensión en el exterior, tiene que estar marcado con el sufijo W-A
después de la designación del tipo de cable. Por ejemplo, SJTW-A
para indicar que el cable es apropiado para uso en exteriores.
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Parts List
Main Assembly
1
2
3
13
14
4
15
16
5
6
7
8
9
10
10
11
11
12
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part #
0552185A
0507784
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0508343
0507773
0552155A
0507798
0507783
5006536
DescriptionQuantity
Upright cart assembly................................1
Grommet....................................................2
Drive assembly..........................................1
Fitting.........................................................1
Jam nut......................................................1
Fluid section assembly.............................1
Siphon tube...............................................1
Hose clamp................................................1
Inlet screen................................................1
Item
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Part #
51357
0507957
0507785
0552240A
0507690
5000527
0507671
0507387
DescriptionQuantity
Lock washer..............................................5
Screw.........................................................5
Return hose w/fitting..................................1
Filter assembly..........................................1
PRIME/SPRAY valve assembly................1
Outlet fitting...............................................1
Fitting.........................................................1
Hose (not shown)......................................1
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Drive Assembly
1
2
3
4
30
5
6
31
7
32
33
34
8
35
18
19
20
21
22
23
9
10
11
36
24
25
26
12
13
37
27
28
29
14
15
16
17
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Part #
0507959
0507960
0551775
0507230
0507776
0507221
0507222
0507219
0507218
0507769
0507767
0552316
0507799
0507768
0507777
0507760
0507754
9800340
0551624
0507757
DescriptionQuantity
Electronic cover.........................................1
Screw.........................................................3
Motor assembly.........................................1
Front end bell assembly............................1
Housing gasket..........................................1
1st stage gear assembly...........................1
2nd stage gear assembly..........................1
Front gearbox assembly............................1
Slider assembly.........................................1
Slider housing............................................1
Screw.........................................................4
Front cover................................................1
Screw.........................................................4
Retaining ring............................................1
Connecting pin..........................................1
Screw.........................................................2
Relay.........................................................1
Screw.........................................................1
Mounting plate...........................................1
Grommet....................................................1
Item
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
Part #
0551628
0551627
0507756
0507752
0507749
0507748
0507740
0507759
806-213
0507770
0295694
0551626
0507231
0507225
0507762
0507771
0552312
0507961
0507962
0551972
0551260
DescriptionQuantity
Fuse holder...............................................1
Fuse...........................................................1
Screw.........................................................1
Potentiometer mounting plate...................1
Nut.............................................................1
Cap............................................................1
Pressure control knob...............................1
Potentiometer............................................1
Power cord................................................1
Screw.........................................................3
Lock washer..............................................3
Electronic control assembly.......................1
Fan shroud................................................1
Fan assembly............................................1
Baffle assembly.........................................1
Screw.........................................................4
Motor shroud.............................................1
Wire cover, 7” (not shown)........................1
Wire assembly (not shown).......................1
Surge suppressor (not shown)..................1
Wire assembly (not shown).......................1
NOTE:All electrical work should be performed by a
Spraytech authorized service center.
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Fluid Section Assembly (P/N 0552155)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
1
Install upper packing
with raised lip
facing down.
2
3
Raised Lip
4
Large Beveled Edge
Part #
0508707
0508708
0552177
0552156
0552178
0552157
0507732
0507734
0507452
0507454
9841502
0294516
0507733
0507729
51519
00310
00203
0507730
0507731
0507728
0507229
0551687
0552150
5
DescriptionQuantity
Upper seal retainer....................................1
Upper support ring.....................................1
Upper packing assembly...........................3
Cylinder.....................................................1
Lower packing assembly...........................2
Adapter......................................................1
Piston rod..................................................1
Outlet valve seal........................................1
Outlet valve cage.......................................1
Washer, nylon............................................1
Outlet valve ball.........................................1
Outlet valve seat........................................1
Outlet valve retainer..................................1
Inlet valve cage.........................................1
Inlet valve ball............................................1
Inlet valve seat..........................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
O-ring, Viton..............................................2
Back-up ring, Teflon..................................2
Inlet valve housing.....................................1
Piston assembly (includes items 7–13).....1
Repacking kit (includes items 3, 5, 6,
8, 10, 11, 15, and 17–19)
Lower packing insertion tool
Install lower packing so
large beveled edge will
be facing up when the
cylinder is upright.
6
7
8
21
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
20
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Upright Cart Assembly (P/N 0552185)
Filter Assembly (P/N 0522240A)
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
11
5
4
12
13
5
14
6
6
7
7
15
8
8
9
16
10
12
9
10
11
Item Part #
1
0507766
2
0295610
3
9841504
4
0295607
5
0295609
6
0294534
7
0507765
8
9885571
9
13538
10
54458
11
0295608
12
0295606
13
0507774
14
0507655
15
0507379
16
9890104
DescriptionQuantity
Handle
(includes items 2–5, 11, and 12)...............1
Roll pin.......................................................2
Snap button...............................................2
Sleeve........................................................2
Washer......................................................2
Spacer.......................................................4
Cart weldment (includes items 8–10)........1
Plug...........................................................2
Bumper......................................................2
Screw.........................................................2
Screw.........................................................4
Washer......................................................4
Screw.........................................................4
Cord wrap..................................................2
Wheel........................................................2
Cap............................................................2
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Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
21
Part #
0551950
14058
0508748
0508603
0508749
0551951
0551666
0555625
0509420
5000527
0507738
0507690
DescriptionQuantity
Filter body..................................................1
FIlter spring................................................1
Filter, medium............................................1
Adapter......................................................1
Core spring................................................1
O-ring, Teflon.............................................1
Transducer assembly................................1
Filter housing.............................................1
Plug, 3/8”...................................................1
Outlet fitting...............................................1
Plug, 1/4”...................................................1
PRIME/SPRAY valve assembly................1
Suction Set Assembly (Low Boy)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
5
2
6
DescriptionQuantity
Return hose...............................................1
Siphon hose..............................................1
Swivel........................................................1
Inlet screen................................................1
Clamp........................................................1
Siphon hose adapter.................................1
Tie wrap (not shown).................................3
O-ring (not shown).....................................1
0507969
0507977
Siphon hose assembly
(includes items 2–6)
55 gallon suction set
Description
Logo label, front
Logo label, right
Logo label, left
Warning label, explosion/injection
Shock hazard label
Warning label
Pressure control knob label
Labels
4
Part #
0507964
0507965
0507966
5006536
0507783
0507967
0507968
0507892
Part #
0552709
0552710
0552710
0507877
0295805
0551631
0507963
3
Low Boy Cart Assembly (P/N 0552190A)
1
2
3
11
4
5
12
13
14
6
7
8
15
9
16
10
Item Part #
1
0295609
2
0295607
3
9841504
4
0551962
5
0295610
6
0295617
7
0507955
8
5006854
DescriptionQuantity
Washer......................................................2
Sleeve........................................................2
Snap button...............................................2
Handle assembly
(includes items 1–3, 5, 9, and 10).............1
Roll pin.......................................................2
Plug...........................................................2
Screw.........................................................1
Plug...........................................................2
Item
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
22
Part #
0295606
0295608
0508381
0507956
0294534
0278373
9890104
0551960
DescriptionQuantity
Washer......................................................4
Screw.........................................................4
Drip cup.....................................................1
Roll pin.......................................................2
Wheel spacer.............................................4
Wheel........................................................2
Cap............................................................2
Cart weldment (includes items 6 and 8)....1
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Accessories
0296260
0296236
0296326
0296327
0296297
0296330
0296470
0296328
0279920
0507958
9870307
Description
Tip Assembly
Tip Guard (11/16”)
Tip Guard (7/8”)
Hose, Whip End, 3’ x 3/16”
Hose, Whip End, 5’ x 3/16”
Hose, Whip End, 5’ x 1/8”
Hose, Wireless, 25’ x 1/4”
Hose, Wireless, 50’ x 1/4”
Hose Connector, 1/4” x 1/4”M
Pressure Gauge, 0–5000 PSI
Power Roller Gun Attachment, 11/16”
9” Roller Cover, 3/8” Nap
9” Roller Cover, 1/2” Nap
9” Roller Cover, 3/4” Nap
9” Roller Cover, 1-1/4” Nap
12” Roller Cover, 1/2” Nap
12” Roller Cover, 3/8” Nap
12” Roller Cover, 3/4” Nap
12” Roller Cover, 1-1/4” Nap
Anti-Seize Compound
R-10 Telescoping Roller, 9”, 3/8” Nap
R-10 Telescoping 12” Roller, 3/8” Nap
G-10 XL Four Finger Airless Spray Gun (no tip)
G-10 XL Four Finger Airless Spray Gun with 517
reversible tip
G-10 XL Two Finger Airless Spray Gun (no tip)
G-10 XL Two Finger Airless Spray Gun with 517
reversible tIp
G-10 XL Four Finger Spray Pack with 50’ x 1/4”
airless hose
G-10 XL Two Finger Spray Pack with 50” x 1/4”
airless hose
G-12 XL Airless Spray Gun with 517 reversible tIp
G-12 XL Spray Pack with 50’ x 1/4” airless hose
G-15 XL Airless Spray Gun with 517 Reversible TIp
G-15 XL Spray Pack with 50’ x 1/4” airless hose
Separating oil
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap
Grease, 6 lb. can
Electrical Schematic
Fuse
NOTE:All electrical work should be performed by
a Spraytech authorized service center.
Plug
Potentiometer
Assy
Transducer
Ground to
Gear Housing
Wire Assembly
0507962
BLACK
ORANGE
BLACK
BLACK
Motor
WHITE
GREEN
ORANGE
BLACK
Part No.
0550xxx
0297078
0297070
0291004
0291003
0550370
0291002
0291000
0093896
0088154
0152001
0152308
0152307
0152309
0152310
0152235
0152236
0152237
0152238
0093930
0152909
0152900
0296329
0296235
WHITE
Relay
WHITE
WHITE
Surge
Suppressor
BLACK/RED/WHITE
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Electronic
Control Assy
Limited Warranty
SprayTECH Corporation, (“SprayTECH”) 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. With the exception of any special, limited, or
extended warranty published by SprayTECH, SprayTECH’s obligation under this warranty is limited to replacing or repairing without
charge those parts which, to SprayTECH’s reasonable satisfaction, are shown to be defective within twelve (12) 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 SprayTECH.
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-SprayTECH component parts, or tampering with the unit in a manner to impair normal operation.
Defective parts are to be returned to an authorized SprayTECH 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. SPRAYTECH 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 SPRAYTECH 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.
SPRAYTECH 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 SPRAYTECH. THOSE ITEMS SOLD, BUT NOT MANUFACTURED BY SPRAYTECH (SUCH AS GAS
ENGINES, SWITCHES, HOSES, ETC.) ARE SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY, IF ANY, OF THEIR MANUFACTURER. SPRAYTECH
WILL PROVIDE THE PURCHASER WITH REASONABLE ASSISTANCE IN MAKING ANY CLAIM FOR BREACH OF THESE
WARRANTIES.
Patents
These products are covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents:
6,031,352
5,848,566
5,769,321
5,725,364
5,346,037
5,252,210
5,217,238
5,192,425
D384,676
6,179,222
5,934,883
4,723,892
5,671,656
4,908,538
5,435,697
4,768,929
5,228,842
4,744,571
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are available on SprayTECH’s website or by calling Technical Service.
SprayTECH
1770 Fernbrook Lane
Minneapolis, MN 55447
Technical Assistance/
Order Entry:
Fax - Technical Assistance:
Fax - Order Entry:
1-800-526-5362
1-800-525-9501
1-800-528-4826
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