WAGNER 0558046 Operating instructions

WAGNER 0558046 Operating instructions
GB
Operating manual
ProSpray 3.21
Airless high-pressure spraying unit
Models:
0558019
0558046
Original operating manual
ProSpray 3.21
Edition 9 / 2014
0558 932J
GB
Warning!
Attention: Danger of injury by injection!
Airless units develop extremely high spraying pressures.
1
Never put your fingers, hands or any other parts of the body into
the spray jet!
Never point the spray gun at yourself, other persons or animals.
Never use the spray gun without safety guard.
Do not treat a spraying injury as a harmless cut. In case of injury
to the skin through coating materials or solvents, consult a doctor
immediately for quick and expert treatment. Inform the doctor
about the coating material or solvent used.
2
The operating instructions state that the following points must
always be observed before starting up:
3
The instructions regarding regular cleaning and maintenance of
the unit must be strictly observed.
Before any work is done on the unit or for every break in work the
following rules must be observed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Faulty units must not be used.
Secure WAGNER spray gun using the safety catch on the trigger.
Ensure that the unit is properly earthed.
Check allowable operating pressure of high-pressure hose and
spray gun.
5. Check all connections for leaks.
1. Release the pressure from spray gun and hose.
2. Secure the WAGNER spray gun using the safety catch on the trigger.
3. Switch off unit.
Be safety conscious!
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Contents
Contents
1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
Page
9.
Safety regulations for Airless spraying....................................... 4
Explanation of symbols used............................................................... 4
Electric Safety............................................................................................. 5
Electrostatic charging (formation of sparks or flames)............... 5
10.Servicing...................................................................................................14
10.1 General servicing....................................................................................14
10.2 High-pressure hose...............................................................................14
2.
General view of application.............................................................. 6
2.1Application................................................................................................. 6
2.2 Coating materials..................................................................................... 6
3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Description of unit................................................................................ 6
Airless process........................................................................................... 6
Functioning of the unit.......................................................................... 6
Legend for explanatory diagram
ProSpray 3.21............................................................................................. 7
Explanatory diagram ProSpray 3.21.................................................. 7
Technical data........................................................................................... 8
Transportation in vehicle....................................................................... 8
4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Starting operation................................................................................. 8
High-pressure hose, spray gun and
separating oil............................................................................................. 8
Control panel indicators........................................................................ 9
Pressure control knob settings............................................................ 9
Connection to the mains network..................................................... 9
Cleaning preserving agent when
starting-up of operation initially.......................................................10
Taking the unit into operation
with coating material............................................................................10
5.
Spraying technique............................................................................10
6.
Handling the high-pressure hose................................................11
7.
Interruption of work...........................................................................11
8.
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
Cleaning the unit (shutting down)..............................................11
Cleaning unit from outside.................................................................11
Suction filter.............................................................................................12
Cleaning the high-pressure filter......................................................12
Cleaning Airless spray gun..................................................................12
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Remedy in case of faults...................................................................13
11. Repairs at the unit...............................................................................14
11.1 Relief valve................................................................................................14
11.2 Inlet and outlet valve............................................................................14
11.3Packings.....................................................................................................15
11.4 ProSpray 3.21 connection diagram.................................................16
12.Appendix..................................................................................................17
12.1 Selection of tip........................................................................................17
12.2 Servicing and cleaning of Airless
hard-metal tips........................................................................................17
12.3 Spray gun accessories...........................................................................35
12.4 Airless tip table........................................................................................18
12.5Pump-Runner..........................................................................................19
Accessories for ProSpray 3.21.....................................................................22
Spare parts list for main assembly............................................................22
Spare parts list for fluid section..................................................................24
Spare parts list for drive assembly............................................................25
Spare parts list of frame.................................................................................26
Spare parts list for suction system............................................................26
Important notes on product liability.......................................................27
3+2 years guarantee for professional finishing..................................27
Sales and service companies........................................................................28
ProSpray 3.21
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Safety Regulations
1.
Safety regulations for Airless spraying
1.1
Explanation of symbols used
GB
• All accessories must be rated at or above the maximum
operating pressure range of the sprayer. This includes spray
tips, guns, extensions, and hose.
This manual contains information that must be read and understood
before using the equipment. When you come to an area that has one
of the following symbols, pay particular attention and make certain
to heed the safeguard.
HAZARD: High Pressure Hose
The paint hose can develop leaks from wear, kinking
and abuse. A leak can inject material into the skin.
Inspect the hose before each use.
This symbol indicates a potential hazard that
may cause serious injury or loss of life. Important
safety information will follow.
Attention
PREVENTION:
• High-pressure hoses must be checked thoroughly before they
are used.
• Replace any damaged high-pressure hose immediately.
• Never repair defective high-pressure hoses yourself!
• Avoid sharp bends and folds: the smallest bending radius is
about 20 cm.
• Do not drive over the high-pressure hose. Protect against
sharp objects and edges.
• Never pull on the high-pressure hose to move the device.
• Do not twist the high-pressure hose.
• Do not put the high-pressure hose into solvents. Use only a
wet cloth to wipe down the outside of the hose.
• Lay the high-pressure hose in such a way as to ensure that it
cannot be tripped over.
This symbol indicates a potential hazard to you
or to the equipment. Important information that
tells how to prevent damage to the equipment or
how to avoid causes of minor injuries will follow.
Danger of skin injection
Danger of fire from solvent and paint fumes
Danger of explosion from solvent, paint fumes
and incompatible materials
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Danger of injury from inhalation of harmful
vapors
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HAZARD: EXPLOSION OR FIRE
Notes give important information which should
be given special attention.
Solvent and paint fumes can explode or ignite.
Severe injury and/or property damage can occur.
PREVENTION:
• Do not use materials with a flashpoint below 21° C (70° F).
Flashpoint is the temperature at which a fluid can produce
enough vapors to ignite.
• Do not use the unit in work places which are covered by the
explosion protection regulations.
• Provide extensive exhaust and fresh air introduction to
keep the air within the spray area free from accumulation of
flammable vapors.
• Avoid all ignition sources such as static electricity sparks,
electrical appliances, flames, pilot lights, hot objects, and
sparks from connecting and disconnecting power cords or
working light switches.
• Do not smoke in spray area.
• Place sprayer sufficient distance 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.
• Use only conductive or earthed high pressure fluid hose. Gun
must be earthed through hose connections.
• Power cord must be connected to a grounded circuit (electric
units only).
• Always flush unit into 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.
HAZARD: Injection injury
Attention: Danger of injury by injection! A high
pressure stream produced by this equipment can
pierce the skin and underlying tissues, leading to
serious injury and possible amputation.
Do not treat a spraying injury as a harmless cut. In
case of injury to the skin through coating materials
or solvents, consult a doctor immediately for quick
and expert treatment. Inform the doctor about the
coating material or solvent used.
PREVENTION:
• NEVER aim the gun at any part of the body.
• NEVER allow any part of the body to touch the fluid stream.
DO NOT allow body to touch a leak in the fluid hose.
• 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 fluid pump off and
release all pressure before servicing, cleaning the tip guard,
changing tips, or leaving unattended. Pressure will not be
released by turning off the engine. The PRIME/SPRAY valve
or pressure bleed valve must be turned to their appropriate
positions to relieve system pressure.
• ALWAYS keep 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.
• NEVER use a spray gun without a working trigger lock and
trigger guard in place.
Only use WAGNER original-high-pressure hoses in
order to ensure functionality, safety and durability.
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Safety regulations
1.2
• Follow material and solvent manufacturer’s warnings and
instructions. Be familiar with the coating material’s MSDS
sheet and technical information to ensure safe use.
• Use lowest possible pressure to flush equipment.
• When cleaning the unit with solvents, the solvent should
never be sprayed or pumped back into a container with a
small opening (bunghole). An explosive gas/air mixture can
arise. The container must be earthed.
DANGER — Work or repairs at the electrical
equipment may only be carried out by a skilled
electrician. No liability is assumed for incorrect
installation. Switch the unit off. Before all repair
work, unplug the power plug from the outlet.
HAZARD: HAZARDOUS VAPORS
Paints, solvents, and other materials can be harmful
if inhaled or come in contact with body. Vapors can
cause severe nausea, fainting, or poisoning.
Danger of short-circuits caused by water ingressing into the electrical
equipment. Never spray down the unit with high-pressure or highpressure steam cleaners.
PREVENTION:
• Wear respiratory protection when spraying. Read all
instructions supplied with the mask to be sure it will provide
the necessary protection.
• All local regulations regarding protection against hazardous
vapors must be observed.
• Wear protective eyewear.
• Protective clothing, gloves and possibly skin protection cream
are necessary for the protection of the skin. Observe the
regulations of the manufacturer concerning coating materials,
solvents and cleaning agents in preparation, processing and
cleaning units.
Work or repairs at the electrical equipment:
These may only be carried out by a skilled electrician. No liability is
assumed for incorrect installation.
1.3
Electrostatic charging (formation of sparks or
flames)
Electrostatic charging of the unit may occur during
spraying due to the flow speed of the coating
material. These can cause sparks and flames upon
discharge. The unit must therefore always be
earthed via the electrical system. The unit must be
connected to an appropriately-grounded safety
outlet.
HAZARD: GENERAL
This product can cause severe injury or property
damage.
An electrostatic charging of spray guns and the high-pressure hose
is discharged through the high-pressure hose. For this reason the
electric resistance between the connections of the high-pressure
hose must be equal to or lower than 1 MΩ.
PREVENTION:
• Follow all appropriate local, state, and national codes
governing ventilation, fire prevention, and operation.
• Pulling the trigger causes a recoil force to the hand that is
holding the spray gun. The recoil force of the spray gun is
particularly powerful when the tip has been removed and
a high pressure has been set on the airless pump. When
cleaning without a spray tip, set the pressure control knob to
the lowest pressure.
• Use only manufacturer authorized parts. User assumes all
risks and liabilities when using parts that do not meet the
minimum specifications and safety devices of the pump
manufacturer.
• ALWAYS follow the material manufacturer’s instructions for
safe handling of paint and solvents.
• Clean up all material and solvent spills immediately to prevent
slip hazard.
• Wear ear protection. This unit can produce noise levels above
85 dB(A).
• Never leave this equipment unattended. Keep away from
children or anyone not familiar with the operation of airless
equipment.
• Do not spray on windy days.
• The device and all related liquids (i.e. hydraulic oil) must be
disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.
ProSpray 3.21
Electric Safety
Electric models must be earthed. In the event of an electrical short
circuit, earthing reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an
escape wire for the electric current. This product is equipped with
a cord having an earthing wire with an appropriate earthing plug.
Connection to the mains only through a special feed point, e.g.
through an error protection insallation with INF < 30 mA.
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General view of application
2.
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Description of unit
General view of application
= Recommended
2.1Application
= Not-recommended
recommended nozzle size: FineFinish 0.008“ - 0.014“
Emulsion paints, latex paints
recommended nozzle size: 0.017“ - 0.027“
Anti-corrosive agents, flame retardants, fabric adhesive
recommended nozzle size: 0.021“ - 0.031“
Airless-scrapers
recommended nozzle size: 0.027“ - 0.039“
2.2
up to 200 m2
200 m2 - 800 m2
more than 800 m2
Coating materials
3.
Description of unit
3.1
Airless process
The main areas of application are thick layers of highly viscous
coating material for large areas and a high consumption of material.
A piston pump takes in the coating material by suction and conveys it
to the tip. Pressed through the tip at a pressure of up to a maximum
of 221 bar (22,1 MPa), the coating material is atomised. This high
pressure has the effect of micro fine atomisation of the coating
material.
As no air is used in this process, it is described as an AIRLESS process.
This method of spraying has the advantages of finest atomisation,
cloudless operation and a smooth, bubble-free surface. As well as
these, the advantages of the speed of work and convenience must
be mentioned.
Pay attention to the Airless quality of the coating
materials to be processed.
Filtering
Despite suction filter and insertion filter in the spray gun, filtering of
the coating material is generally advisable.
Stir coating material before commencement of work.
3.2
Attention: Make sure, when stirring up with motordriven agitators that no air bubbles are stirred in. Air
bubbles disturb when spraying and can, in fact, lead
to interruption of operation.
Functioning of the unit
In the following there is a short description of the technical
construction for better understanding of the function.
WAGNER ProSpray units are electrically driven high-pressure spraying
units.
A gear unit transfers the driving force to a crankshaft. The crankshaft
moves the pistons of the material feed pump up and down.
The inlet valve is opened automatically by the upwards movement
of the piston. The outlet valve is opened when the piston moves
downward.
The coating material flows under high pressure through the highpressure hose to the spray gun. When the coating material exits from
the tip it atomizes.
The pressure regulator controls the volume and the operating
pressure of the coating material.
1 Spray gun
2 High-pressure hose
Viscosity
With this unit it is possible to process highly viscous coating materials
of up to around 20.000 MPa·s.
If highly viscous coating materials cannot be taken in by suction, they
must be diluted in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Two-component coating material
The appropriate processing time must be adhered to exactly. Within
this time rinse through and clean the unit meticulously with the
appropriate cleaning materials.
Coating materials with sharp-edged additional materials
These have a strong wear and tear effect on valves, high-pressure
hose, spray gun and tip. The durability of these parts cane be reduced
appreciably through this.
PS 3.39
up to 200 m2
200 m2 - 800 m2
more than 800 m2
Dilutable lacquers and paints or those containing solvents, twocomponent coating materials, dispersions, latex paints.
No other materials should be used for spraying without WAGNER’s
approval.
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PS 3.34
up to 200 m2
200 m2 - 800 m2
more than 800 m2
Processible coating materials
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PS 3.31
up to 200 m2
200 m2 - 800 m2
more than 800 m2
PS 3.29
Release agents, oils, undercoats, primers, fillers,
synthetic resin-based paints, acrylic paints
PS 3.25
Object Size
PS 3.23
Materials
PS 3.21
Model
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3.3
Description of unit
Legend for explanatory diagram ProSpray 3.21
3 Return hose
4 Suction hose
5Frame
6 Drip cup
7 Power cord
8 Relief valve
Lever position vertical – PRIME ( k circulation)
Lever position horizontal – SPRAY ( p)
9 Oil button
3.4
10 Oil level gauge
11 ON/OFF switch
12 Control panel indicators
13 Pressure control knob
14 Oil cup for EasyGlide (EasyGlide prevents
increased wear of the packings)
15 Pusher stem
16Manometer
Explanatory diagram ProSpray 3.21
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2
3
4
5
6
11
15
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Description of unit
3.5
4.
Starting operation
100-120 Volt , 50/60 Hz
9.0 A
3 x 1.5 mm2 – 6 m or 2.5 m
900 Watt
221 bar (22.1 MPa)
4.1
High-pressure hose, spray gun and separating
oil
2.0 l/min
0.023 inch – 0.58 mm
Technical data
Voltage:
Max. current consumption:
Power cord:
Acceptance capacity:
Max. operating pressure:
Volume flow at 12 MPa
(120 bar) with water:
Max tip size:
Max. temperature of the
coating material:
Max viscosity:
Weight:
Special high-pressure hose: Dimensions (L X W X H):
Max sound pressure level:
Starting operation
43°C
20.000 mPa·s
17.9 kg
DN 6 mm, 15 m, connection
thread M 16 x 1.5
437 x 363 x 416 mm
80 dB (A) *
1. Screw the pressure gauge (1) to the coating material outlet
(Fig. 2, Item 2).
2. Screw the high-pressure hose (3) to the coating material
outlet on the pressure gauge (Fig. 2, Item 4).
3. Screw the spray gun (5) with the selected tip onto the highpressure hose.
4. Tighten the union nuts at the high-pressure hoses firmly so
that coating material does not leak.
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* Place of measuring: 1 m in distance from the unit and 1.6
m above the floor, 12 MPa (120 bar) operating pressure,
reverberant floor.
3.6 Transportation in vehicle
Secure the unit with a suitable fastening.
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4
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5. Remove the oil cup cap with a straight-slot screwdriver.
6. Fill the oil cup with EasyGlide (Fig. 3) until the oil gauge (6) is
showing that it is full.
Attention
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2
EasyGlide prevents increased wear and tear to the
packings.
7. Replace oil cup cap.
8. Press oil button 2-5 times to prime the oiler. Press once for
every eight hours of usage to lubricate the fluid section.
9. Fully depress the pusher stem to make sure the inlet ball is
free.
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Solid Green
When the pressure indicator is solid green, the sprayer is operating
between 12 MPa (120 bar) and 23 MPa (230 bar). A solid green
pressure indicator means:
• The sprayer is at the proper pressure setting for spraying oilbased and latex house paints
• The sprayer is operating at peak performance at a high
pressure setting
• If the pressure indicator goes to solid yellow when the
pressure is set so that it starts at solid green, it indicates one of
the following:
a.
Tip Wear Indicator — when spraying with latex or at high
pressure the solid yellow appears. This means the tip is
worn and needs to be replaced.
b.
Tip Too Large — when a tip that is too large for the sprayer
is put in the gun, the pressure indicator will turn from solid
green to solid yellow.
c.
Fluid Section Wear — if a solid yellow pressure indicator
appears when using a new tip and the pressure is set at
maximum, service may be required (worn packings, worn
piston, stuck valve, etc...).
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4.2
Starting operation
Service Indicator
Control Panel Indicators
The Service indicator is on when the motor is commanded to run.
This indicator is used by service centers to troubleshoot motor
problems.
The following is a description of the control panel indicators.
4.3
Service
Indicator
Pressure
Indicator
Pressure control knob settings (Fig. 5)
1. Minimum pressure setting
2. Black zone – no pressure generation
3. Blue zone – pulsating pressure for cleaning
Pressure Indicator
The pressure indicator shows the current operating pressure of the
sprayer. It has three different indications: blinking yellow, solid
yellow, and solid green.
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2
3
Blinking Yellow
When the pressure indicator is blinking yellow, the sprayer is
operating between 0 and 1.4 MPa (14 bar). A blinking yellow
pressure indicator means:
• The sprayer is plugged in and turned “ON”
• The sprayer is at priming pressure (little or no pressure)
• It is safe to move the relief valve between positions
• It is safe to change or replace the spray tip
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4.4
If the pressure indicator begins blinking yellow when
the pressure control knob is set at a higher pressure
and the relief valve is in the SPRAY position, either
the spray tip is worn or the sprayer is in need of
service/repair.
Attention
The unit must be connected to an appropriatelygrounded safety outlet.
Before connecting the unit to the mains supply, ensure that the line
voltage matches that specified on the unit’s rating plate.
The connection must be equipped with a residual current protective
device with INF ≤ 30 mA.
Solid Yellow
When the pressure indicator is solid yellow, the sprayer is operating
between 1.4 MPa (14 bar) and 12 MPa (120 bar). A solid yellow
pressure indicator means:
• The sprayer is at the proper pressure setting for spraying stain,
lacquer, varnish, and multi-colors
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Connection to the mains network
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Starting operation
4.5
Cleaning preserving agent when starting-up
of operation initially
1. Immerse the suction tube (Fig. 6, Item 1) and return hose (2)
into a container with a suitable cleaning agent.
2. Turn the pressure control knob counterclockwise (3) to
minimum pressure.
3. Open the relief valve (4), valve position PRIME
(k circulation).
4. Switch the unit (5) ON.
5. Wait until the cleaning agent exudes from the return hose.
6. Close the relief valve, valve position SPRAY (p spray).
7. Pull the trigger of the spray gun.
8. Spray the cleaning agent from the unit into an open collecting
container.
Spraying technique
5.
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Spraying technique
Injection hazard. Do not spray without the tip guard
in place. NEVER trigger the gun unless the tip is
completely turned to either the spray or the unclog
position. ALWAYS engage the gun trigger lock
before removing, replacing or cleaning tip.
The key to a good paint job is an even coating over the entire surface.
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 25
to 30 cm between the spray tip and the surface.
25 - 30 cm
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1
2
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.
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4.6. Taking the unit into operation with coating
material
1. Immerse the suction tube (Fig. 6, Item 1) and return hose (2)
into the coating material container.
2. Turn the pressure control knob counterclockwise (3) to
minimum pressure.
3. Open the relief valve (4), valve position PRIME
(k circulation).
4. Switch the unit (5) ON.
5. Wait until the coating material exudes from the return hose.
6. Close the relief valve, valve position SPRAY (p spray).
7. Trigger the spray gun several times and spray into a collecting
container until the coating material exits the spray gun
without interruption.
8. Increase the pressure by slowly turning up the pressure
control knob.
Check the spray pattern and increase the pressure until the
atomization is correct.
Always turn the pressure control knob to the lowest setting
with good atomization.
9. The unit is ready to spray.
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Keep the spray gun perpendicular to the surface, otherwise one end
of the pattern will be thicker than the other.
Trigger gun after starting the stroke. Release the trigger before
ending the stroke. The spray gun should be moving when the trigger
is pulled and released. Overlap each stroke by about 30%. This will
ensure an even coating.
25 - 30 cm
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25 - 30 cm
If very sharp edges result or if there are streaks in the
spray jet – increase the operating pressure or dilute
the coating material.
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Handling the high-pressure hose
6.
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Handling the high-pressure hose
8.
The unit is equipped with a high-pressure hose specially suited for
piston pumps.
The high-pressure hose is to be handled with care. Avoid sharp
bends and folds: the smallest bending radius is about 20 cm.
Do not drive over the high-pressure hose. Protect against sharp
objects and edges.
Never pull on the high-pressure hose to move the device.
Make sure that the high-pressure hose cannot twist. This can be
avoided by using a Wagner spray gun with a swivel joint and a hose
system.
When using the high-pressure hose while working
on scaffolding, it is best to always guide the hose
along the outside of the scaffolding.
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The risk of damage rises with the age of the highpressure hose. Wagner recommends replacing highpressure hoses after 6 years.
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Use only WAGNER original-high-pressure hoses in
order to ensure functionality, safety and durability.
7.
Cleaning the unit (shutting down)
A clean state is the best method of ensuring operation without
problems. After you have finished spraying, clean the unit. Under no
circumstances may any remaining coating material dry and harden in
the unit.
The cleaning agent used for cleaning (only with an igni­tion point
above 21 °C) must be suitable for the coating material used.
• Secure the spray gun, refer to the operating manual of the
spray gun.
Clean and remove tip.
For a standard tip, refer to Page 17, Section 12.2.
If a non-standard tip is installed, proceed according to the relevant
operating manual.
1. Remove suction hose from the coating material.
2. Close the relief valve, valve position SPRAY (p spray).
3. Switch the unit ON.
4. Pull the trigger of the spray gun in order to pump the
remaining coating material from the suction hose, highpressure hose and the spray gun into an open container.
Danger of injury through leaking high-pressure
hose. Replace any damaged high-pressure hose
immediately.
Never repair defective high-pressure hoses yourself!
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Cleaning the unit (shutting down)
Attention
The container must be earthed in case of coating
materials which contain solvents.
Caution! Do not pump or spray into a container with
a small opening (bunghole)!
Refer to the safety regulations.
5. Immerse suction hose with return hose into a container with a
suitable cleaning agent.
6. Turn the pressure control knob into the blue zone - pulsating
pressure for unit cleaning.
7. Open the relief valve, valve position PRIME
(k circulation).
8. Pump a suitable cleaning agent in the circuit for a few
minutes.
9. Close the relief valve, valve position SPRAY (p spray).
10. Pull the trigger of the spray gun.
11. Pump the remaining cleaning agent into an open container
until the unit is empty.
12. Switch the unit OFF.
Interruption of work
1. Open the relief valve, valve position PRIME
(k circulation).
2. Switch the unit OFF.
3. Turn the pressure control knob counterclockwise to minimum
pressure.
4. Pull the trigger of the spray gun in order to release the
pressure from the high-pressure hose and spray gun.
5. Secure the spray gun, refer to the operating manual of the
spray gun.
6. If a standard tip is to be cleaned, see Page 17, Section 12.2.
If a non-standard tip is installed, proceed according to the
relevant operating manual.
7. Depending on the model, leave the suction tube or the
suction hose and return hose immersed in the coating
material or swivel or immerse it into a corresponding cleaning
agent.
8.1
Cleaning unit from outside
First of all pull out mains plug from socket.
Danger of short circult through panetrating water!
Never spray down the unit with high-pressure or
Attention high-pressure steam cleaners.
If fast-drying or two-component coating material is
used, ensure that the unit is rinsed with a suitable
cleaning agent within the processing time.
Attention
Attention
Do not put the high-pressure hose into solvents.
Use only a wet cloth to wipe down the outside of the
hose.
Wipe down unit externally with a cloth which has been immersed in a
suitable cleaning agent.
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Cleaning the unit (shutting down)
8.2
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Suction filter
8.4
A clean suction filter always guarantees maximum
feed quantity, constant spraying pressure and
problem-free functioning of the unit.
1. Screw off the filter (Fig. 7) from suction pipe.
2. Clean or replace the filter.
Carry out cleaning with a hard brush and an appropriate cleaning
agent.
Cleaning Airless spray gun
1. Rinse Airless spray gun with an appropriate cleaning agent.
2. Clean tip thoroughly with appropriate cleaning agent so that
no coating material residue remains.
3. Thoroughly clean the outside of the Airless spray gun.
Intake filter in Airless spray gun
Disassembly (Fig. 9)
1. Pull protective guard (1) forward vigorously.
2. Screw grip (2) out of the gun housing. Remove intake filter (3).
3. Intake filter congested or defective – replace.
Assembly
1. Place intake filter (3) with the long cone into the gun housing.
2. Screw in grip (2) into the gun housing and tight­en.
3. Slot in protective guard (1).
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0 ba i
0 ps
25
.360
max
8.3
:
ning
War clear
ep
ke of tip
Cleaning the high-pressure filter
Clean the filter cartridge regularly.
A soiled or clogged high-pressure filter can cause a poor spray
pattern or a clogged tip.
1. Turn the pressure control knob counterclockwise to minimum
pressure.
2. Open the relief valve, valve position PRIME
(k circulation).
3. Switch the unit OFF.
1
3
2
Unplug the power plug from the outlet.
4. Unscrew the filter housing (Fig. 8, Item 1). with a strap wrench.
5. Pull the filter cartridge (2) from the bearing spring (3).
6. Clean all the parts with the corresponding cleaning agent. If
necessary, replace the filter cartridge.
7. Check the O-ring (4), replace it if necessary.
8. Place the bearing ring (5) against the bearing spring (3). Slide
the filter cartridge (2) over the bearing spring.
9. Screw in filter housing (1) and tighten it as far as possible with
the strap wrench.
2
5
3
4
1
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9.
Remedy in case of faults
Remedy in case of faults
Type of malfunction
Possible cause
Measures for eliminating the malfunction
1. No voltage applied.
1. Check voltage supply.
2. Pressure setting too low.
2. Turn up pressure control knob.
3. ON/OFF switch defective.
3.Replace.
1. Relief valve is set to SPRAY (p spray).
1. Set relief valve to PRIME (k circulation).
2. Filter projects over the fluid level and
sucks air.
2. Refill the coating material.
3. Filter clogged.
3. Clean or replace the filter.
4. Suction hose/suction tube is loose, i.e.
the unit is sucking in outside air.
4. Clean connecting points. Replace O-rings if necessary.
Secure suction hose with retaining clip.
1. Tip heavily worn.
1.Replace
2. Tip too large.
2. For selection of a smaller tip, see Tip table on Page 18.
3. Pressure setting too low.
3. Turn pressure control knob clockwise to increase.
4. Filter clogged.
4. Clean or replace the filter.
5. Coating material flows through the
return hose when the relief valve is in
the SPRAY (p spray) position.
5. Remove and clean or replace relief valve.
6. Packings sticky or worn.
6. Remove and clean or replace packings.
7. Valve balls worn.
7. Remove and replace valve balls.
8. Valve seats worn.
8. Remove and replace valve seats.
1. Upper packing is worn.
1. Remove and replace packing.
2. Piston is worn.
2. Remove and replace piston.
1. Incorrect high-pressure hose type.
1. Only use WAGNER original-high-pressure hoses in order
to ensure functionality, safety and durability.
2. Tip worn or too large.
2. Replace tip.
3. Pressure too high.
3. Turn pressure control knob to a lower number.
1. Tip is too large for the coating
material which is to be sprayed.
1. Replace tip, see Tip table on Page 18.
2. Pressure setting incorrect.
2. Turn pressure control knob until a satisfactory spraying
pattern is achieved.
3. Volume too low.
3. Clean or replace all filters.
4. Coating material viscosity too high.
4. Thin out according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
1. Pressure setting too low.
1. Turn pressure control knob clockwise to increase.
A. Unit does not start
B. Unit does not draw in material
C. Unit draws in material, but the
pressure does not build up
D. Coating material exits at the top of
the fluid section
E. Increased pulsation at the spray
gun
F. Poor spray pattern
G. Unit loses power
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Servicing
Repairs at the unit
10.Servicing
11.2
10.1
General servicing
Servicing of the unit should be carried out once annually by the
WAGNER service.
1. Check high-pressure hoses, device connecting line and plug
for damage.
2. Check the inlet valve, outlet valve and filter for wear.
10.2
High-pressure hose
Inspect the high-pressure hose visually for any notches or bulges, in
particular at the transition in the fittings. It must be possible to turn
the union nuts freely.
i
11.
The risk of damage rises with the age of the highpressure hose. Wagner recommends replacing highpressure hoses after 6 years.
Repairs at the unit
Switch the unit OFF.
Before all repair work: Unplug the power plug from
the outlet.
11.1
Inlet and outlet valve
1. Remove the four screws in the front cover and then remove
the front cover.
2. Switch the unit ON and then OFF so that the piston rod is
positioned in the lower stroke position.
Danger of crushing - do not reach with the fingers or
tool between the moving parts.
3. Unplug the power plug from the outlet.
4. Remove the retaining clip from the connecting bend at the
suction hose and pull off the suction hose.
5. Screw off the return hose.
6. Swivel the unit 90° to the rear in order to work more easily on
the material feed pump.
7. Remove the pusher stem clip and slide the pusher stem
housing (7) from the inlet valve housing (1).
8. Unscrew the inlet valve housing (Fig. 11, Item 1) from the
pump manifold.
9. Remove the lower seal (2), lower ball guide (3), inlet valve ball
(4), inlet valve seat (5) and O-ring (6).
10. Clean all the parts with the corresponding cleaning agent.
Check the inlet valve housing (1), inlet valve seat (5) and inlet
valve ball (4) for wear and replace the parts if necessary. If the
worn inlet valve seat (5) is unused on one side, install it the
other way round.
Relief valve
1. Use a drift punch of 2 mm to remove the grooved pin (Fig. 10,
Item 1) from the relief valve handle (2).
2. Remove the relief valve handle (2) and cam base (3).
3. Using a wrench, remove the valve housing (4) from the pump
manifold (6).
4. Ensure that the seal (5) is seated correctly, then screw the
new valve housing (4) completely into the pump manifold (6).
Tighten securely with a wrench.
5. Align the cam base (3) with the hole in the pump manifold (6).
Lubricate the cam base with grease and slide on the cam base.
6. Bring the hole in the valve shaft (7) and in the relief valve
handle (2) into alignment.
7. Insert the grooved pin (1) to secure the relief valve handle in
position.
6
5
2
3
4
5
6
1
7
7
3
2
4
1
14
11. Unscrew outlet valve housing (Fig. 12, Item 8) from the piston
(9) with adjusting wrench.
12. Remove the upper ball cage (11), crush washer (10), outlet
valve ball (12), and outlet valve seat (13).
13. Clean all the parts with the corresponding cleaning agent.
Check outlet valve housing (8), outlet valve seat (13), outlet
valve ball (12), crush washer (10), and upper ball cage (11) for
wear and replace parts if necessary. If the worn outlet valve
seat (13) is unused on one side, install it the other way round.
14. Carry out installation in the reverse order. Lubricate O-ring
(Fig. 11, Item 6) with machine grease and ensure proper
seating in the inlet valve housing (Fig. 11, Item 1).
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4
9
9
5
6
11
10
7
12
13
2
8
11.3 Packings
1
1. Remove inlet valve housing in accordance with the steps in
Chapter 11.2, Page 14.
2. It is not necessary to remove the outlet valve.
3. Unscrew both cylinder head screws (Fig. 13, Item 1) from
the pump manifold (2) with a 3/8 inch hexagon socket head
wrench.
4. Slide the pump manifold (2) and piston (3) forward until the
piston is out of the T-slot (9) on the slider assembly (4).
5. Push piston (3) downward out of the pump manifold (2).
6. Unscrew retainer nut (5) from the pump manifold (2) and
remove piston guide (6).
7. Remove upper packing (7) and lower packing (8) from the
pump manifold (2).
8
3
8. Clean pump manifold (2).
9. Lubricate upper packing (7) and lower packing (8) with
machine grease.
10. Insert upper packing (Fig. 14) with O-ring (1) and protruding
lip (2) downward.
1
2
11. Insert lower packing (Fig. 15) with the beveled edge (1) facing
upward.
1
12. Insert piston guide (Fig. 13, Item 6) into the retainer nut (5).
Screw retainer nut (5) into the pump manifold (2) and tighten
by hand.
13. Push installation tool (included with the replacement
packings) for the piston (3) from above onto the piston.
14. Lubricate installation tool and piston (3) with machine grease.
15. Guide piston (3) through the lower packings (8) into the pump
manifold (2) from below. Using a rubber mallet, lightly tap the
piston (3) from below until it can be seen above the pump
manifold.
16. Remove installation tool from piston (3).
17. Carefully tighten retainer nut (5) with adjusting wrench
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18. Slide the top of the piston (3) into the T-slot (9) on the slider
assembly (4).
19. Position the pump manifold (2) underneath the gear unit
housing and push up until it rests against the gear unit
housing.
20. Attach pump manifold (2) to the gear unit housing.
21. Screw pump manifold (2) tightly to gear unit housing.
22. Lubricate O-ring (Fig. 11, Item 6) between pump manifold (2)
and inlet valve housing with machine grease. Screw inlet valve
housing to the pump manifold.
23. Insert the elbow on the siphon assembly into the bottom of
the pusher stem housing. Push the retaining clip up into the
groove inside the foot valve housing to secure the siphon
assembly in position. Place the return tube over the return
tube fitting and secure with the clip.
24. Install front cover.
11.4
ProSpray 3.21 connection diagram
Power Cord
EMI Filter
Black
Blue
Potentiometer
Ground
L.E.D.
Switch
Black
P/N 0522054
Circuit
Breaker
White
P/N 0516360
Gray
Red (+)
Red
Black
Black
Red (+)
Motor
Black
Ground
Black (-)
White
PC Board
Assembly
Pressure
Transducer
Black (-)
P/N 0516360
Capacitor Assembly
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Appendix
12.Appendix
12.1
Selection of tip
To achieve faultless and rational working, the selection of the tip is of the greatest importance.
In many cases the correct tip can only be determined by means of a spraying test.
Some rules for this:
The spray jet must be even.
If streaks appear in the spray jet the spraying pressure is either too low or the viscosity of the coating material to high.
Remedy: Increase pressure or dilute coating material. Each pump conveys a certain quantity in proportion to the size of the tip:
The following principle is valid:
large tip =
low pressure
small tip
=
high pressure
There is a large range of tips with various spraying angles.
12.2
Servicing and cleaning of Airless hard-metal tips
Standard tips
If a different tip type has been fitted, then clean it according to manufacturer’s instructions.
The tip has a bore processed with the greatest precision. Careful handling is necessary to achieve long durability. Do not forget the fact that the
hard-metal insert is brittle! Never throw the tip or handle with sharp metal objects.
The following points must be observed to keep the tip clean and ready for use:
1. Turn the relief valve handle fully counterclockwise (k Circulation).
2. Switch off the gasoline engine.
3. Dismount the tip from the spray gun.
4. Place tip in an appropriate cleaning agent until all coating material residue is dissolved.
5. If there is pressure air, blow out tip.
6. Remove any residue by means of a sharp wooden rod (toothpick).
7. Check the tip with the help of a magnifying glass and, if necessary, repeat points 4 to 6.
12.3
Spray gun accessories
Flat jet adjusting tip
up to 250 bar (25 MPa
Tip marking
Bore mm
Spray width at about 30 cm
removal of spray object Pressure
100 bar (10 MPa)
15
20
28
41
0.13 - 0.46
0.18 - 0.48
0.28 - 0.66
0.43 - 0.88
5 - 35 cm
5 - 50 cm
8 - 55 cm
10 - 60 cm
49
0.53 - 1.37
10 - 40 cm
Tip extension
with slewable
knee joint
(without tip)
Length
Length
Length
100 cm
200 cm
300 cm
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Use
Paints
Paints, fillers
Paints, dispersions
Rust protection paints
- dispersions
Large-area coats
Flat jet
adjusting tip
Order No.
Contact protection
for the flat jet adjustment tip
0999 057
0999 053
0999 054
0999 055
0999 056
Order No. 0097 294
Tip extension
Order no.
Order no.
Order no.
0096 015
0096 016
0096 017
15 cm, F-thread, Order no. 0556 051
30 cm, F-thread, Order no. 0556 052
45 cm, F-thread, Order no. 0556 053
60 cm, F-thread, Order no. 0556 054
17
15 cm, G-thread, Order no. 0556 074
30 cm, G-thread, Order no. 0556 075
45 cm, G-thread, Order no. 0556 076
60 cm, G-thread, Order no. 0556 077
GB
Appendix
12.4
Airless tip table
WAGNER
Trade Tip 2 up to 270 bar
(27 MPa)
without tip
F thread (11/16 - 16 UN)
for Wagner spray guns
Order no. 0556 042
Synthetic-resin paints
PVC paints
Paints, primers
Zinc chromate base
Fillers
Spray gun filter “yellow”
Natural paints
Clear paints
Oils
Spray gun filter “RED”
Application
Fillers
Spray plasters
Rust protection paints
Mica paints
Zinc dust paints
Dispersions
Rust protection paints
Spray gun filter “white”
Spray plasters
Rust protection paints
Red lead
Latex paints
Spray gun filter “green”
Dispersions
Binder, glue
and filler paints
Large-area coatings
without tip
G thread (7/8 - 14 UN)
for Graco/Titan spray guns
Order no. 0556 041
Tip marking
Spray angle
Bore (inch / mm)
Spraying width mm1)
Order no.
407
507
209
309
409
509
609
111
211
311
411
511
611
113
213
313
413
513
613
813
115
215
315
415
515
615
715
815
217
317
417
517
617
717
219
319
419
519
619
719
819
221
421
521
621
821
223
423
523
623
723
823
225
425
525
625
825
227
427
527
627
827
629
231
431
531
631
433
235
435
535
635
839
243
543
552
40°
50°
20°
30°
40°
50°
60°
10°
20°
30°
40°
50°
60°
10°
20°
30°
40°
50°
60°
80°
10°
20°
30°
40°
50°
60°
70°
80°
20°
30°
40°
50°
60°
70°
20°
30°
40°
50°
60°
70°
80°
20°
40°
50°
60°
80°
20°
40°
50°
60°
70°
80°
20°
40°
50°
60°
80°
20°
40°
50°
60°
80°
60°
20°
40°
50°
60°
40°
20°
40°
50°
60°
80°
20°
50°
50°
0.007 / 0.18
0.007 / 0.18
0.009 / 0.23
0.009 / 0.23
0.009 / 0.23
0.009 / 0.23
0.009 / 0.23
0.011 / 0.28
0.011 / 0.28
0.011 / 0.28
0.011 / 0.28
0.011 / 0.28
0.011 / 0.28
0.013 / 0.33
0.013 / 0.33
0.013 / 0.33
0.013 / 0.33
0.013 / 0.33
0.013 / 0.33
0.013 / 0.33
0.015 / 0.38
0.015 / 0.38
0.015 / 0.38
0.015 / 0.38
0.015 / 0.38
0.015 / 0.38
0.015 / 0.38
0.015 / 0.38
0.017 / 0.43
0.017 / 0.43
0.017 / 0.43
0.017 / 0.43
0.017 / 0.43
0.017 / 0.43
0.019 / 0.48
0.019 / 0.48
0.019 / 0.48
0.019 / 0.48
0.019 / 0.48
0.019 / 0.48
0.019 / 0.48
0.021 / 0.53
0.021 / 0.53
0.021 / 0.53
0.021 / 0.53
0.021 / 0.53
0.023 / 0.58
0.023 / 0.58
0.023 / 0.58
0.023 / 0.58
0.023 / 0.58
0.023 / 0.58
0.025 / 0.64
0.025 / 0.64
0.025 / 0.64
0.025 / 0.64
0.025 / 0.64
0.027 / 0.69
0.027 / 0.69
0.027 / 0.69
0.027 / 0.69
0.027 / 0.69
0.029 / 0.75
0.031 / 0.79
0.031 / 0.79
0.031 / 0.79
0.031 / 0.79
0.033 / 0.83
0.035 / 0.90
0.035 / 0.90
0.035 / 0.90
0.035 / 0.90
0.039 / 0.99
0.043 / 1.10
0.043 / 1.10
0.052 / 1.30
160
190
145
160
190
205
220
85
95
125
195
215
265
100
110
135
200
245
275
305
90
100
160
200
245
265
290
325
110
150
180
225
280
325
145
160
185
260
295
320
400
145
190
245
290
375
155
180
245
275
325
345
130
190
230
250
295
160
180
200
265
340
285
155
185
220
270
220
160
195
235
295
480
185
340
350
0552 407
–––––––
0552 209
0552 309
0552 409
0552 509
0552 609
0552 111
0552 211
0552 311
0552 411
0552 511
0552 611
0552 113
0552 213
0552 313
0552 413
0552 513
0552 613
0552 813
0552 115
0552 215
0552 315
0552 415
0552 515
0552 615
0552 715
0552 815
0552 217
0552 317
0552 417
0552 517
0552 617
0552 717
0552 219
0552 319
0552 419
0552 519
0552 619
0552 719
0552 819
0552 221
0552 421
0552 521
0552 621
0552 821
0552 223
0552 423
0552 523
0552 623
0552 723
0552 823
0552 225
0552 425
0552 525
0552 625
0552 825
0552 227
0552 427
0552 527
0552 627
0552 827
0552 629
0552 231
0552 431
0552 531
0552 631
0552 433
0552 235
0552 435
0552 535
0552 635
–––––––
0552 243
0552 543
0552 552
1) Spray width at about 30 cm to the object and 100 bar (10 MPa) pressure with synthetic-resin paint 20 DIN seconds.
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Appendix
12.5Pump-Runner
(Order No. 2306987)
Universal accessories for cleaning, clean transportation and preservation of the pump unit.
Features:
• Simpler cleaning – the cleaning liquid circulates constantly through the pump making thorough cleaning of the interior
• No cleaning necessary during work stoppage or change of location because the paint in the pump cannot dry out or leak
• Better protection
• Simple assembly
Suitable for the following models:
Diaphragm Pumps
SF 21
SF 23
SF 27
SF 31
SF 7000
i
Double-stroke piston pumps
Finish 270/370
Nespray Deco
Nespray 31
PS 24
PS 26
PS 30
PS 34
PS 3.25
PS 3.29
PS 3.31
PS 3.34
Order this at the same time: EasyClean, cleaning and preservation agent (118ml) Order no. 0508 620.
Example of use
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Accessories illustration
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1
5
3
4
6
7
8
9
20
ProSpray 3.21
Item
Part No.
Description
1
0296 388
Spray gun AG 08, F-thread
0296 386
Spray gun AG 08, G-thread
0502 166
Spray gun AG 14, F-thread
0502 119
Spray gun AG 14, G-thread
0296 441
Pole gun 120 cm, G-thread 7/8”
0296 443
Pole gun 120 cm, F-thread 11/16”
0296 442
Pole gun 200 cm, G-thread 7/8”
0296 444
Pole gun 200 cm, F-thread 11/16”
3
0345 010
In-line roller IR-100
4
9984 573
High-pressure hose DN 4 mm, 7.5 m with stainless steel nipple, 1/4”
9984 574
High-pressure hose DN 6 mm, 15 m for dispersion, 1/4”
9984 575
High-pressure hose DN 6 mm, 30 m for dispersion, 1/4”
5
0034 038
Double socket for coupling high-pressure hoses (1/4” x 1/4”)
6
0034 950
Metex-Reuse
Reuse for pre-filtering of coating material in vessel. Place suction pipe in the reuse.
0034 952
Sieve package (5 pcs) for paint
0034 951
Sieve package (5 pcs) for dispersion
0034 383
Gun filter, red, 1 piece; 180 mesh extra fine
0097 022
Gun filter, red, 10 pieces; 180 mesh extra fine
0043 235
Gun filter, yellow, 1 piece; 100 mesh fine
0097 023
Gun filter, yellow, 10 pieces; 100 mesh fine
0034 377
Gun filter, white, 1 piece; 50 mesh medium
0097 024
Gun filter, white, 10 pieces; 50 mesh medium
0089 323
Gun filter, green, 1 piece; 30 mesh coarse
0097 025
Gun filter, green, 10 pieces; 30 mesh coarse
0097 108
TipClean Cleaning Set for easy cleaning and conservation of nozzles
0508 619
EasyGlide, special oil (118ml)
0508 620
EasyClean, cleaning and conservation agent (118 ml)
0551 969
Hopper kit
2
7
8
9
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Spare parts list
ProSpray 3.21
Main Assembly
16
14
15
18
17
1
3
19
2
4
BS4343
NEMA 5-15P
0558 466
~110V
6m
0290 281
~120V
2.5 m
20
6
21
5
22
23
12
13
7
24
49
8
45
27
25
46
47
48
26
9
10
11
36
37
29
30
28
38
39
31
32
40
41
42
43
33
35
34
44
22
ProSpray 3.21
Item
Part No.
Description
Item
Part No.
Description
1
0290 230
2
9805 403
Motor shroud
25
0290 205
Pusher assembly (includes item 49)
Set screw
26
0508 553
Screw (2)
3
9810 103
Nut
27
9800 319
Screw
4
0524 353
Nut
28
0551 757
Transducer jumper
5
9800 319
Screw (2)
29
9822 624
Washer (2)
6
9822 627
Washer (2)
30
9800 607
Screw (5)
7
0558 332A
Belly pan assembly (includes items 28-34)
31
54054
8
9802 266
Screw (2)
32
0290 221
PC board assembly
9
0558 408
Dust cover
33
9800 340
Screw
10
0509 218
Screw (2)
34
0290 231
Belly pan
Washer
11
0290 222
Door
35
0551 515
Circuit breaker
12
0558 460
Plug*
36
0290 227
Control panel cover with label
13
-------
Strap*
37
0507 749A
Nut with seal
14
9805 317
Screw (2)
38
0290 202
Set screw
15
0290 212
Handle cover, back
39
0290 218
Knob
16
0290 213
Handle cover, front
40
9850 936
Switch
17
-------
Drive assembly
41
0508 579
Potentiometer
18
0509 218
Screw (4)
42
0522 007
LED assembly
19
0290 278
Face plate / oiler assembly
43
0558 672
Siphon assembly
20
0558 305A
Control panel assembly, complete
includes items 36-42)
44
0508 239
Manometer
21
0509 218
Screw (4)
22
9805 348
Screw (4)
23
0509 636
Plug (2)
24
0558 298A
Fluid section assembly
ProSpray 3.21
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45
0509 218
Screw (4)*
46
0522 424
EMI filter, 20A*
47
9800 340
Ground screw (2)*
48
0558 452
Bracket cover (2)*
49
0558 742
Clip
0522 052
Arrestor (not shown, see schematic)
* UK only
Spare parts list
ProSpray 3.21
Fluid section
1
2
3
4
23
24
5
25
6
7
8
9
10
11
Item
Part No.
Description
1
0509 594
Retainer
2
0509 584
Piston guide
3
-------
4
0551 756
Transducer assembly
5
0507 517
Pipe plug
6
0290 209
Pump manifold
7
0509 873
Fitting
8
-------
Upper packing
Lower packing
9
0552 489
Bushing
10
0290 277
Piston rod
11
0551 262
Upper cage
12
0551 263
Crush washer
26
13
50164
Outlet valve ball
27
14
0551 620
Outlet valve seat
28
29
15
13481
16
0509 591
Lower ball guide
30
17
0509 583
Inlet valve ball
18
0551 534
Inlet valve seat
31
32
33
34
12
13
14
Outlet valve retainer
19
0509 582
O-ring, PTFE
20
0509 581
Inlet valve seal
21
0290 216
Inlet valve housing
22
9871 160
O-ring
23
0508 748
Filter
24
0508 603
Bearing ring
25
0508 601
Filter housing
26
0508 602
Conical spring
27
0508 749
Bearing spring
28
0508 604
O-ring
29
0507 745
Gasket
30
0558 727
Bypass valve assembly
(includes item 29)
31
0507 931
Cam base
32
0508 744
Relief valve knob
18
33
5006 543
Groove pin
19
34
193-200
Return tube fitting
20
0509 151
Piston assembly (includes
items 10-15)
21
0290 201
Repacking kit - 1 (includes
items 2-3, 8, 11-13, 17 and
19-20).
0558 728
Repacking kit - 2 (includes
items 2-3 and 8).
0507 254
Relief valve kit (includes items
29-33).
15
16
17
22
24
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Drive Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
8
6
9
10
7
12
11
Item
Part No.
1
0524 637A
2
0509 121
2nd stage gear
3
0558 373
Motor assembly, 120V (includes items
5-7)
4
9800 319
Screw (4)
5
0522 018
Capacitor assembly
6
0290 217
Baffle assembly
7
0512 340
Fan
8
0551 714
Cord grip (2)*
9
0558 449
Bracket*
Description
Housing assembly
10
0551 980
Lock nut*
11
0509 218
Screw (3)*
12
0558 476
Power cord jumper*
-------
8
Double sided tape (not shown)
0551 543
Tie wrap (not shown)
0508 645
Motor brush kit
* UK only
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Stand
Suction system
1
1
4
2
5
6
7
4
8
9
3
2
5
10
3
Item
Part No.
Description
Item
Part No.
Description
1
9805 367
Screw (3)
1
0551 706
Siphon hose
2
3
0290 215
Drip cup
2
9850 638
Tie wrap (2)
0290 211
Leg, right
3
0558 659A
Return tube
4
0294 635
Plug
4
0279 459
Clip
5
0290 214
Foot
5
0295 565
Filter
6
0508 660
Screw (2)
0558 672
Siphon tube assembly (includes items 1-5)
7
0294 635
Plug
8
0290 219
Cord holder
9
0290 214
Foot
10
0290 210
Leg, left
0290 203
Left leg assembly (includes items 6-10)
0290 204
Right leg assembly (includes items 1-5)
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GB
Important notes on product liability
As a result of an EC regulation being effective as from January 1, 1990, the manufacturer shall only be liable for his product if all parts come from him or are
released by him, and if the devices are properly mounted and operated.
If the user applies outside accessories and spare parts, the manufacturer´s liability can fully or partially be inapplicable; in extreme cases usage of the entire device
can be prohibited by the competent authorities (employer´s liability insurance association and factory inspectorate division).
Only the usage of original WAGNER accessories and spare parts guarantees that all safety regulations are observed.
3+2 years guarantee for professional finishing
Wagner professional guarantee
(Status 01.02.2009)
1. Scope of guarantee
All Wagner professional colour application devices (hereafter referred to as
products) are carefully inspected, tested and are subject to strict checks under
Wagner quality assurance. Wagner exclusively issues extended guarantees
to commercial or professional users (hereafter referred to as “customer”)
who have purchased the product in an authorised specialist shop, and which
relate to the products listed for that customer on the Internet under www.
wagner-group.com/profi-guarantee.
The buyer’s claim for liability for defects from the purchase agreement with
the seller as well as statutory rights are not impaired by this guarantee.
We provide a guarantee in that we decide whether to replace or repair
the product or individual parts, or take the device back and reimburse
the purchase price. The costs for materials and working hours are our
responsibility. Replaced products or parts become our property.
2. Guarantee period and registration
The guarantee period amounts to 36 months. For industrial use or equal wear,
such as shift operations in particular, or in the event of rentals it amounts to
12 months.
Systems driven by petrol or air are also guaranteed for a 12 month period.
The guarantee period begins with the day of delivery by the authorised
specialist shop. The date on the original purchase document is authoritative.
For all products bought in authorised specialist shops from 01.02.2009 the
guarantee period is extended to 24 months providing the buyer of these
devices registers in accordance with the following conditions within 4 weeks
of the day of delivery by the authorised specialist shop.
Registration can be completed on the Internet under www.wagner-group.
com/profi-guarantee. The guarantee certificate is valid as confirmation, as
is the original purchase document that carries the date of the purchase.
Registration is only possible if the buyer is in agreement with having the data
being stored that is entered during registration.
When services are carried out under guarantee the guarantee period for the
product is neither extended nor renewed.
Once the guarantee period has expired, claims made against the guarantee or
from the guarantee can no longer be enforced.
5. Additional regulations.
The above guarantees apply exclusively to products that have been bought
by authorised specialist shops in the EU, CIS, Australia and are used within the
reference country.
If the check shows that the case is not a guarantee case, repairs are carried
out at the expense of the buyer.
The above regulations manage the legal relationship to us concludingly.
Additional claims, in particular for damages and losses of any type, which
occur as a result of the product or its use, are excluded from the product
liability act except with regard to the area of application.
Claims for liability for defects to the specialist trader remain unaffected.
German law applies to this guarantee. The contractual language is German.
In the event that the meaning of the German and a foreign text of this
guarantee deviate from one another, the meaning of the German text has
priority.
3. Handling
If defects can be seen in the materials, processing or performance of the
device during the guarantee period, guarantee claims must be made
immediately, or at the latest within a period of 2 weeks.
The authorised specialist shop that delivered the device is entitled to accept
guarantee claims. Guarantee claims may also be made to the service centres
named in our operating instructions. The product has to be sent without
charge or presented together with the original purchase document that
includes details of the purchase date and the name of the product. In order
to claim for an extension to the guarantee, the guarantee certificate must be
included.
The costs as well as the risk of loss or damage to the product in transit or by
the centre that accepts the guarantee claims or who delivers the repaired
product, are the responsibility of the customer.
4. Exclusion of guarantee
Guarantee claims cannot be considered
ProSpray 3.21
- for parts that are subject to wear and tear due to use or other natural
wear and tear, as well as defects in the product that are a result of
natural wear and tear, or wear and tear due to use. This includes in
particular cables, valves, packaging, jets, cylinders, pistons, meanscarrying housing components, filters, pipes, seals, rotors, stators, etc.
Damage due to wear and tear that is caused in particular by sanded
coating materials, such as dispersions, plaster, putty, adhesives,
glazes, quartz foundation.
- in the event of errors in devices that are due to non-compliance with
the operating instructions, unsuitable or unprofessional use, incorrect
assembly and/or commissioning by the buyer or by a third party,
or utilisation other than is intended, abnormal ambient conditions,
unsuitable coating materials, unsuitable operating conditions,
operation with the incorrect mains voltage supply/frequency, overoperation or defective servicing or care and/or cleaning.
- for errors in the device that have been caused by using accessory
parts, additional components or spare parts that are not original
Wagner parts.
- for products to which modifications or additions have been carried
out.
- for products where the serial number has been removed or is illegible
- for products to which attempts at repairs have been carried out by
unauthorised persons.
- for products with slight deviations from the target properties, which
are negligible with regard to the value and usability of the device.
- for products that have been partially or fully taken apart.
J. Wagner GmbH
Division Professional Finishing
Otto Lilienthal Strasse 18
88677 Markdorf
Federal Republic of Germany
27
A
J. Wagner Ges.m.b.H.
Ottogasse 2/20
2333 Leopoldsdorf
Österreich
Tel. +43/ 2235 / 44 158
Telefax +43/ 2235 / 44 163
[email protected]
DK
Wagner Spraytech
Scandinavia A/S
Helgeshøj Allé 28
2630 Taastrup
Denmark
Tel. +45/43/ 27 18 18
Telefax +45/43/ 43 05 28
[email protected]
GB
B
WSB Finishing Equipment
Veilinglaan 56-58
1861 Wolvertem
Belgium
Tel. +32/2/269 46 75
Telefax +32/2/269 78 45
[email protected]
E
Wagner Spraytech Iberica S.A.
P.O. Box 132, Crta. N-340
08750 Molins de Rey
Barcelona / Espania
Tel. +34/93/6800028
Telefax +34/93/66800555
[email protected]
I
Wagner Colora Srl
Via Italia 34
20060 Gessate - MI
Italia
Tel. +39 02.9592920.1
Telefax +39 02.95780187
[email protected]
CH
Wagner International AG
Industriestrasse 22
9450 Altstätten
Schweiz
Tel. +41/71 / 7 57 22 11
Telefax +41/71 / 7 57 22 22
[email protected]
F
Wagner France
12 Avenue des Tropiques
Z.A. de Courtaboeuf,
91978 Les Ulis Cedex
France
Tel. 0 825 011 111
Telefax +33 (0) 69 81 72 57
[email protected]
NL
WSB Finishing Equipment BV
De Heldinnenlaan 200
3543 MB Utrecht
Netherlands
Tel. +31/ 30/241 41 55
Telefax +31/ 30/241 17 87
[email protected]
D
J. Wagner GmbH
Otto-Lilienthal-Straße 18
D-88677 Markdorf
Postfach 11 20
Deutschland
Tel. +49 / 75 44 / 505-1664
Telefax +49 / 75 44 / 505-1155
[email protected]
www.wagnergroup.com
CZ
Wagner, spol. s r.o.
Nedasovská str. 345
155 21 Praha 5 -Zlicín
Czechia
Tel. +42/ 2 / 579 50 412
Telefax +42/ 2 / 579 51 052
[email protected]
S
Wagner Spraytech
Scandinavia A/S
Helgeshøj Allé 28
2630 Taastrup
Denmark
Tel. +45/43/ 21 18 18
Telefax +45/43/ 43 05 28
[email protected]
Wagner Spraytech (UK) Limited
The Coach House
2 Main Road
Middleton Cheney OX17 2ND
Great Britain
UK-Helpline 0844 335 0517
5 p per minute (landline)
www.wagner-group.com
Note on disposal:
In observance of the European Directive 2002/96/
EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment and
implementation in accordance with national law, this
product is not to be disposed of together with household
waste material but must be recycled in an environmentally
friendly way!
Wagner or one of our dealers will take back your used
Wagner waste electrical or electronic equipment and will
dispose of it for you in an environmentally friendly way. Please ask your
local Wagner service centre or dealer for details or contact us direct.
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