Brute Pressure Washer Operating instructions

Pressure Washers
and Accessories
KING BRUTE
(KB0001 - KB3030 )
Operators Manual
and Parts Lists
Simpson Pressure Washers LIT- KING
Manual
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for selecting a high pressure power washer from Simpson Pressure Washers.
Your pressure washer has been manufactured using the most advanced components in the
pressure industry.
When operated properly, our equipment has been designed and manufactured to give you years
of trouble free, reliable use, with a minimal amount of regular maintenance.
Your pressure washer is mechanical, as with all mechanical equipment it requires proper
installation, operation and maintenance as outlined in this manual.
The Operators Manual has been written for your benefit. For your safety and the safety of
others, we recommend you and all operators read and understand the contents.
Should you experience any difficulty with your Simpson pressure washer, please contact your
nearest Simpson Distributor immediately.
We are aware of your investment in an Simpson pressure washer, therefore, our prime concern is
that you become one of our “satisfied” owners. Please feel free to send us your comments and
ideas.
THANK YOU!!!
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PRESSURE WASHER LIMITED WARRANTY
1. Simpson® Cleaning Systems, LLC warrants its products for a period of one year from the date of
purchase, against defects in material and/or workmanship. The warranty covers parts and labor,
but excludes transportation.
2. Normal wear and tear items such as valves, seals, etc., are warranted for the initial 30 days
following purchase by the end-user.
3. The high-pressure hose and accessories (trigger gun, extension/lance/wand and cleaning
nozzles) are warranted for the initial 30 days following purchase by the end-user.
4. The burner coil on all Simpson® Cleaning Systems, LLC, hot water pressure washers and steam
cleaners is warranted for five (5) years, excluding abuse due to leaving unit in unheated building,
causing coil to freeze and burst.
5. Parts repaired or replaced under this warranty (except wear items) are warranted for the balance
of the original warranty period or ninety (90) days, whichever is longer. Defective parts replaced
under this warranty are the property of Simpson® Cleaning Systems, LLC.
6. All warranty service will be performed by a trained technician employed by an Simpson Cleaning
Systems, LLC distributor/dealer. Servicing distributor/dealer will abide by the Simpson® Cleaning
Systems, LLC, Service Center Warranty Policy.
7. Warranty does not cover damage caused by freezing, abuse or chemicals. Abuse includes but is
not limited to unauthorized repair, alterations carried out by any entity or individuals other than Simpson
®
Cleaning Systems, LLC, authorized service personnel, damage caused by
contaminants in the water supply or operation in a manner which conflicts with instructions found
in the Owners Manual.
8. Simpson® Cleaning Systems, LLC, and its distributors/dealers disclaim responsibility for any loss
of time, use of equipment, loss of income, or any incidental or consequential damages.
®
Cleaning Systems,
9. Settlement of any warranty claim will be at the sole discretion of Simpson
LLC.
Thank You for Purchasing our Products!
Effective January, 2007, and supersedes all other warranties.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT:
Please read the following instructions before installing and operating this equipment.
DANGER
THIS EQUIPMENT CAN BE HAZARDOUS TO OPERATOR SAFETY AND ONLY AUTHORIZED
PERSONNEL WHO HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
MANUAL SHOULD
BE PERMITTED TO OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT. DO NOT LEAVE WAND UNATTENDED
WHILE EQUIPMENT IS RUNNING.
Failure to follow all cautionary warnings and procedures may result in serious or fatal injury and/or
property damage including, but not limited to: fire, severe burns, concussion from explosion,
electrocution, scalding, penetration by pressurized water, chemical reaction, asphyxiation, cuts,
contusions, laceration, and loss of body parts and/or life.
DO’S
1. ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES, GOGGLES or FULL FACE SHIELD; GLOVES, and when
spraying acids WEAR RAIN GEAR. NEVER RUN ACIDS THROUGH THE PUMP ON THIS
EQUIPMENT.
2. USE ONLY THE SAME SIZE NOZZLE SUPPLIED WITH THIS EQUIPMENT.
3. CHECK YOUR BATTERY FOR WATER LEVELS AND MAINTAIN A GOOD CHARGE.
4. USE 3⁄4" (inch) x 50' (foot) GARDEN HOSE FOR WATER SUPPLY-.
5. USE A CLEAN FUEL CAN FOR REFUELING UNIT.
6. USE CLEAN DIESEL FUEL OR KEROSENE. NO ADDITIVES. Fill fuel tank each evening. This
will help minimize condensation in fuel tank, and prolong fuel pump life.
7. Always follow chemical manufacturer’s recommendations in use of chemicals with this
equipment. Immediately after using chemical solutions through this equipment, flush thoroughly
with clear water.
8. Disconnect all electrical power before performing any maintenance on this equipment.
9. Make sure positive is always positive and negative is always negative to keep from shorting out.
10. When storing this equipment in freezing weather conditions, this equipment must be drained
thoroughly; and the plumbing system charged with a 50% solution of permanent type antifreeze.
Antifreeze should be used when the equipment is not in service for prolonged periods or is being
transported in freezing weather. NOTE: Antifreeze must be flushed out of equipment thoroughly
before any cleaning project begins. Failure to do so could result in damage to paint or chemical
attack on painted surfaces.
11. Use a water softener on your water system if it is high in mineral content (HARDNESS). Failure
to do so will result in lime build-up in plumbing systems.
12. Use only manufacturer approved components when replacing parts on this equipment. Failure
to do so may create operating conditions that are hazardous to personal health, safety, and will
void the warranty.
13. Use only recommended oil in pump.
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14. Always cool down coil.
DO NOT’S
DO NOT - UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES - POINT THE HIGH PRESSURE NOZZLE AT
YOURSELF, OTHER PEOPLE, OR ANIMALS!
1. DO NOT use an undersized discharge nozzle.
2. DO NOT disconnect the pressure hoses or wand while the equipment is HOT, PRESSURIZED or
RUNNING.
3. DO NOT operate this equipment without sufficient water supply to the pump.
4. DO NOT operate this equipment without proper ventilation or in a closed space.
5. DO NOT use any type of fuel other than # 2 diesel, kerosene or # 1 home heating oil.
6. DO NOT leave wand unattended while equipment is running.
7. DO NOT point the stream of water from nozzle toward any person or animal (including the
operator).
8. DO NOT touch exhaust stack, metal wand and hose on HOT WATER UNIT. THEY GET VERY
HOT!
9. DO NOT obstruct the exhaust stack.
10. DO NOT run engine or burner within 25 feet of flammable materials or dust.
11. DO NOT use this equipment around or near explosive environment of any kind. (Gas, paint,
solvents, etc.)
12. DO NOT screw the pop-off valve all the way in to prevent leaking or dripping.
13. DO NOT adjust the unloader-regulator valve (on trigger control units) to a pressure in excess of
200 PSI of equipments motor or pump rating.
14. DO NOT secure trigger gun in the open position (ON). Operate ONLY with your hand during
operation to prevent injury.
15. DO NOT allow air into the water system through soap valve or loose fittings.
16. DO NOT operate the machine if the water pressure drops or is low.
17. DO NOT continue to operate this machine if burner fails to shut off when trigger is released
(closed).
18. DO NOT continue to operate this machine if burner fails to light.
19. DO NOT smoke or operate this machine while filling or emptying fuel tank(s), or
connecting/disconnecting tanks and fittings.
20. DO NOT operate this machine if coil becomes clogged or soothed.
21. DO NOT alter machine from manufacturer’s design.
22. DO NOT attempt to pull cables or hoses beyond normal length.
23. DO NOT attempt to service this machine without first disconnecting the battery. Failure
to do so may cause severe or fatal electrical shock.
24. DO NOT BY-PASS ANY SAFETY DEVICE ON THIS MACHINE!
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INSTALLATION
1. LOCATION
Avoid operating units in small areas or near exhaust fans. Adequate oxygen is needed for combustion
or dangerous carbon monoxide will result. Stationary units should be installed in accordance with local
plumbing and heating codes.
2. FUEL SUPPLY
Oil Fired Units: Fill fuel tank with clean kerosene, No. 1 home heating fuel, or diesel fuel (without
anti-gel additives.)
3. VENTING THE UNITS If the unit is to be used in an enclosed area it must be vented out.
The Draft Regulator (on oil-fired units) and chimney must be
same size as the stack on the cleaner unit. Poor draft will cause
the unit to soot-up and not operate efficiently. When installing
the machine so the stack will be as straight as possible,
protruding through the roof at a sufficient height to eliminate
down-draft and to comply with local codes.
Always disconnect the battery when servicing your cleaner.
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OPERATING THE MACHINE
PRE-OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Connect the swivel end of the discharge hose to the cleaning gun.
2. Attach the hose to the machine outlet.
3. Check the fuel level in the fuel tank. Add fuel if required. It is best to keep fuel tank full during
nonworking conditions.
4. Attach an ordinary garden hose to the pump/unit inlet. Turn on the water supply and let the water
flow trough the unit.
5. Place the end of the soap line into your soap solution container.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: On initial start up, or if machine has not been operated for several days, it is advisable to
remove the nozzle from the cleaning gun and flush out any foreign material. Open the water supply.
Turn on the engine and let the unit run until clear water flows through the cleaning gun.
1. Turn on the water supply.
2. Add fuel if required. Check oil levels in pump and engine before starting.
3. Install the high pressure nozzle/tip into the cleaning gun.
4. Securely hold the cleaning gun and start the engine.
5. Press and hold the trigger to start cleaning.
6. The recommended method of cleaning is:
A. Wet entire surface and remove the loose dirt with water only,
B. Turn on the soap by installing the low pressure/soap nozzle (Black). NOTE: The
operating pressure of the machine will drop to nearly zero until the soap line is primed.
C. Cover the entire surface to be cleaned with soap/water solution by applying from the bottom
up. Allow the soap to stay on surface four to five minutes.
D. Stop the unit, replace the soap nozzle with a high pressure nozzle, re-start the unit and wash
at high pressure with water only from the top down.
NOTE: Soap will flush from the coil and discharge hose within a minute or two of operation.
E. For hot water washing, turn the switch to ON position (burner). CAUTION: If there is a sudden loss
of pressure while washing with hot water, turn the burner off immediately and attempt to locate
the problem while running cold water only. Failure to turn the burner off could cause excessive
temperature and pressure build-up in the heating coil.
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SHUT DOWN INSTRUCTIONS
1. If the burner is on, set the switch to the OFF position
2. Run water through the pump until cool water flows from the cleaning gun. Failure to do this could
result in increased coil scaling.
3. Turn the engine control switch to off.
4. Turn off the water supply.
5. If the machine will be exposed to freezing temperatures, see winterizing procedure.
THINGS TO CHECK DAILY
1. Check oil level in pump.
2. Fill fuel tank at the end of each day’s use to prevent condensation build-up in fuel system.
3. Fill soap container.
4. Check oil level in engine.
THINGS TO CHECK WEEKLY
1. Check and clean water float tank (if equiped with float tank) and pump inlet screen.
2. Check all hoses for leaks and damage. Repair or replace as needed.
3. Check pressure nozzle for wear. Replace if needed.
4. Check all nuts and bolts. Tighten as needed (DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.)
5. Check all water connections for leaks. Tighten if loose.
6. Check belts and pulleys for wear and tightness. (DO NOT CHECK WHILE MACHINE IS
RUNNING.)
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MAINTENANCE OF COMPONENTS
PUMPS
1. Refer to pump section in this manual for your model of equipment.
2. Change pump oil after the first 25 hours of use.
hours or 3 months, whichever comes first.
Subsequent changes should be every 250
A. Engine must be off. Disconnect the battery.
B. Remove drain plug on pump and drain oil.
C. If the oil has water in it, it is important to flush out the pump with oil before refilling
pump with the proper oil.
3. Refilling: Replace drain plug and fill slowly to the dot in the center of sight glass, or the proper
level on dip stick. Do not over fill.
4. Use high quality 30 wt. non-detergent oil.
OIL BURNERS
1. BLOWER FAN: Clean blower fan in burner housing once a year or as often as needed. Dirt and
deposits will reduce air delivery and affect combustion.
2. FUEL NOZZLE: Keep tip free of surface deposits wiping with a clean, solvent saturated, cloth rag.
The nozzle should be changed once a year for maximum heating and emission control.
3. FUEL FILTER: Clean or replace every 400 hours or 3 months, whichever comes first (or as
needed). This will help prolong fuel pump life and burner efficiency.
DESCRIPTION
4. FUEL TANK: Drain one pint of fuel from bottom of fuel tank every 50 hours of use or every two
weeks, whichever comes first. Check for water or contaminates in fuel. If any are present, drain
and flush fuel tank then refill with clean fuel. This will prolong fuel pump life and burner efficiency.
5. ELECTRODES: Clean off carbon deposits on electrodes. To adjust electrodes refer to figure and
these instructions:
A. TO REMOVE THE GUN ASSEMBLY: Disconnect the oil
line at the burner fan housing. Remove gun holding nut
on outside of housing. Loosen transformer hold-down
screw and swing open transformer on hinges. Gun
assembly can now be removed by turning 1/4 turn and
lifting out and pulling down through this opening.
B. SPACING OF ELECTRODES: The electrodes should be
spaced 1/8 inch apart, 5/16 inch above the top of fuel
nozzle and 1/4 inch from the center of fuel nozzle tip, to the electrodes.
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6. FUEL PUMP: To bleed air out of fuel pump, open air bleed valve on side of fuel pump. Turn
machine and burner ON. When fuel looks clear (NOT FOAMING), close air bleeding valve. Air is out
of fuel lines and fuel pump.
A. To check fuel pressure, plumb a 200 PSI gauge into the port marked gauge. DO NOT USE
BLEED VALVE PORT TO CHECK FUEL PUMP PRESSURE.
B. To adjust fuel pressure, insert a small flat screwdriver into pressure regulator slot and turn
clockwise to increase pressure and counter clockwise to decrease pressure. One full turn is about
10 PSI. Use a pressure gauge. normal operating pressure is 140 PSI. DO NOT EXCEED 150
PSI.
C. Service the fuel pump once every 50 hours or 3 months by cleaning the fuel strainer screen.
A clogged strainer or fuel filter will cause fuel pump starvation and dry the fuel pump up.
The ONLY lubrication the fuel pump has is the fuel that runs through it. KEEP IT CLEAN for
longer fuel pump life.
WINTERIZING
1. Shut off and disconnect the water supply.
2. Drain float tank.
3. Install antifreeze kit (available through local dealer.)
4. Remove nozzle from wand, and insert pick up hose and soap line into a bucket of 50% solution of
antifreeze. Pump antifreeze through machine. Open and close trigger gun a few times to
winterize unloader system. When antifreeze flows from the wand, shut the pump off. Disconnect
antifreeze kit.
NOTE: BEFORE attempting to wash ANY painted surface, pump anti-freeze out of machine into a
clean bucket and save for next use.
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DE-SOOTING COIL
Poor grades of fuel oil or inadequate combustion air will cause heavy soot build up on the outside
surface of the heating coil. This will insulate the coil and restrict air flow through the coil, further
aggravating the soot build up.
To clean off soot, add Red Devil Soot Remover, using manufactures mixing instructions, or remove coil
and clean thoroughly, or Call a Factory Authorized Simpson Dealer.
DE-LIMING OR DE-SCALING OF COIL
In hard water areas, or when using the wrong kind of soap, lime build-up inside the coil pipe will occur.
Lime build-up will decrease the water temperature, water flow may eventually plug the coil.
It is recommended that a low pressure auxiliary pump be used if de-liming or de-scaling is needed.
To install low pressure auxiliary pump.
1. Disconnect high pressure hose that goes between high pressure pump and coil inlet.
2. Connect about four feet of hose with screen to suction side of a low pressure auxiliary pump.
3. Connect a discharge hose between the low pressure auxiliary pump discharge side and the inlet.
4. Disconnect high pressure discharge hose from coil outlet.
5. Connect another 5-6 feet of hose to the coil outlet and run to a 5 gallon bucket.
6. Stick low pressure auxiliary pump suction hose w/screen into 5 gallon bucket.
7. Mix 2 gallons of water with 1 container of Coil Doctor.
8. Turn on pump and circulate the acid mixture through the coil system for about 40 minutes or until
discharge solution stops foaming.
After cleaning, remove low pressure auxiliary pump assembly and connect all plumbing. Remove
pressure tip from end of wand. Turn on pressure washer and run clean water through machine for
about 5 minutes. This flushes out the coil and neutralizes any remaining acid. Replace pressure tip.
OR, call your Factory Authorized Simpson® Distributor.
WARNING :
COIL DOCTOR IS ACID AND IS HARMFUL TO SKIN AND EYES.
ALWAYS FOLLOW MANUFACTURERS LABEL DIRECTIONS.
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DIAGNOSIS AND MAINTENANCE
PROBLEM
Low Pressure
Pulsation, pump runs
extremely rough, pressure
low.
Water leakage from under
the manifold
Oil leak between crankcase
and pumping section *Slight
leakage.
Oil leaking in area of
crankshaft
Excessive play in the end of
the crankshaft.
Water in crankcase inside of
the crankcase
Oil leaking at the rear
portion of the crankcase
Loud knocking noise in
pump
Frequent or premature
failure of the packing
Strong surging at the inlet
and low pressure at the
discharge side.
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PROBABLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Worn nozzle
Replace nozzle of proper size.
Belt slippage.
Tighten or replace; use correct belt.
Air leak in inlet plumbing.
Use PTFE liquid or tape.
Pressure gauge inoperative or not
registering accurately.
Relief valve stuck partially plugged or
improperly adjusted.
Check pressure with new gauge and replace as needed.
Clean and reset relief valve to system pressure and correct bypass. Check supply tank for contamination.
Worn seat or valves.
Clean or replace with valve kit.
Inlet suction strainer clogged or improperly
sized.
Worn seals. Abrasives in pumped fluid,
severe cavitation; inadequate water
supply, stressful inlet conditions.
Use adequate size for inlet pump connection and fluid being
pumped. Clean frequently.
Install and maintain proper filter, check line size and flow available
to pump. Install a C.A.T.
Fouled or dirty inlet or discharge valves.
Clean inlet and discharge valve assemblies.
Worn inlet or discharge valves.
Replace with valve kit.
Leaky discharge hose.
Faulty Pulsation Dampener
Replace hose. Check connections.
Restricted inlet or air entering inlet
plumbing.
Check filters and clean as needed. Check fittings and use PTFE
liquid or tape for air tight connection.
Stuck inlet or discharge valve
Worn seals
Worn crankcase seals
Clean or replace valve. Check supply tank for contamination.
Replace with seal kit, check inlet pressure and system
temperature, use Thermo Valve in by- inlet pressure regulator in
inlet line.
Replace crankcase seals
Worn crankshaft seal Bad bearing
Replace damaged seals. Replace bearing.
Worn bearing
Replace bearing.
Humid air condensing into water
Leaking of crankcase seals or seals
installed backward
Damaged or improperly installed oil gauge,
crankcase cover, or drain plug o-ring
Change oil every 3 months or 500 hours intervals using premium
grade 10W30 Non-detergent hydraulic oil, (other approved oil
every month or 200 hours.)
Replace seals. Follow proper installation procedure. Contact Cat
Pumps supplier for crankcase servicing.
Replace oil gauge, crankcase cover or drain plug o-ring. Thread in
oil gauge and drain plug hand tight to avoid extruding o-ring.
Pulley loose on crankshaft
Check key and tighten screw
Worn bearing, connecting rod or
crankshaft.
Consult Cat Pumps supplier for crankcase servicing.
Check precharge (should be 30-50%) of system pressure or
replace as needed.
Stressful inlet conditions.
Cracked or scored plungers Abrasive
material in the fluid being pumped Check
supply tank for contamination.
Excessive pressure and/or temperature of
fluid being pumped.
Install C.A.T.
Replace plungers Install proper filtration on pump inlet plumbing.
Over pressure of inlet or discharge
Reduce pressure per specifications.
Running pump dry.
Foreign particles in the inlet or discharge
valve or worn inlet or discharge valves.
DO NOT RUN PUMP WITHOUT WATER!
Check for smooth surfaces on inlet and discharge valve seats.
Replace with kit if pitted or worn. Check supply tank for
contamination, Install and regularly clean filter. Do not pump
abrasive fluids.
Check pressure and fluid inlet temperature; be sure they are within
specified range.
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BURNER COMPONENTS - MODEL MSR
MSR BURNER MODEL, PART DESCRIPTION AND PART NUMBER WHEN ORDERING PARTS
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6A
6B
6C
7A
7B
7C
8
9A
9B
9C
10
11
12
DESCRIPTION
BURNER HOUSING
JUNCTION BOX ASM
MOTOR 1/8 H.P.
BLOWER WHEEL 3 1/8 X 4 1/4
BLOWER WHEEL 3 1/2 X 4 1/4
MOTOR CORD COVER
TRANSFORMER
115V
230V
FRANCE IGNITOR
115V
CARLIN IGNITOR
230V
COVER
COVER
COVER
COUPLING
FUEL UNIT MODEL A
FUEL UNIT MODEL B
SUNTEC COMBO UNIT 115V
SUNTEC COMBO UNIT 230V
6” OIL LINE ASSEMBLY
8” OIL LINE ASSEMBLY
INNER AIR BAND
OUTER AIR BAND
PART NO.
NO.
31841-036
21319
20627
20673
21427
13029
23101-M
23103-M
101050-001
31812-002
21723-002
21723-003
100730-001
13424
13495
13634
101128-001
101128-002
14451
14452
20601-002
20602-002
13
14
15
16
17
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
AIR TUBE & GUN ASSM.
GASKET
ADJUSTABLE FLANGE
PEDESTAL MOUNT
ELBOW
*
12484
2689-011
21760-011
13494
*PART NUMBER SEE PAGE 7
Suggested Combustion Chamber Dimensions
Conversion or Upgrading
Chamber Dimensions (In Inches)
Firing
Rate
(G.H.P)
Square
Width
Length
0.85
1.00
1.25
1.35
1.50
1.65
2.00
2.50
3.00
8.5
9
10
101⁄2
11
111⁄2
125⁄8
141⁄4
151⁄2
8.5
9
10
101⁄2
11
111⁄2
125⁄8
141⁄4
151⁄2
Round
9
101⁄8
111⁄4
113⁄4
123⁄8
13
141⁄4
16
171⁄2
Height
12
121⁄2
121⁄2
123⁄4
13
131⁄4
131⁄2
14
15
Floor
to
Nozzle
5-6
5-6
5-6
5-6
5-6
5-6
6-7
7-8
7-8
AIR TUBE & GUN ASSEMBLY DETAILS MODEL MSR
NOTE: BACKSIDE OF FLAMELOCK TO NOZZLE FACE.
TO DETERMINE THE AIR TUBE LENGTH
5/16”
NO.
17
DESCRIPTION PART NO.
HEAD
0.85-0.75 #SC
100060
0.75-1.00 #1A
14157
1.00-1.35 #2A
14158
2.00-2.25 #4A
14160
18
AIR TUBE
SEE NOTE
19
NOZZLE ADAPTER
21913-SER
20
RIGHT ELECTRODE ASSY.
SEE NOTE
21
LEFT ELECTRODE ASSY.
SEE NOTE
22
ELECTRODE SUPPORT ASSY.
SEE NOTE
23
OIL PIPE ASSY.
SEE NOTE
24
CAD CELL BRACKET
13078
25
BUSS BAR SUPPORT
13276-002
26
CAD CEL ZIP TIE
100850-001
STANDARD AIR TUBE DIMENSIONS
AIR TUBE LGT.
DIM.-A-
0.75-1.00
1.00-1.50
1.50-2.00
2.00-2.75
4”
31844-005
31845-005
31846-005
31847-005
6”
31844-021
31845-021
31846-021
31847-021
9”
31844-045
31845-045
31846-045
31847-045
12”
31844-069
31845-069
31846-069
31847-069
15”
31844-093
31845-093
31846-093
31847-093
18”
31844-117
31845-117
31846-117
31847-117
NOTE: WHEN ORDERING STATE BURNER MODEL MSR, SPEC #, PART DESCRIPTION, AIR TUBE
COMBINATION, WHAT USABLE AIR TUBE LENGTH, (DIMENSION A), AND FIRING RATE.
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC (12VDC)
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GUNVALVE AND HOSE ASSEMBLY COMPONENT LOCATOR
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GUNVALVE AND HOSE ASSEMBLY COMPONENT LOCATOR
PARTS LIST
Ref. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Qty.
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part No.
QC-251-22
QC-250-51
GE-600-36
GC-590-40
QC-381-22
192278
DH-477-50
QC-380-43
192276
DH-166-50
197055
DH-499-50HP
Description
O-Ring / O-Anillo
Female Socket, 1⁄4 / Ancla Hembra, 1⁄4
Extension Tube, 3 ft / Tubo de Extensión, 3 ft
Spray Gun / Pistola Aerografica
O-Ring / O-Anillo
Quick Coupling Socket, 3/8 / Manguito de Acomplamiento Rápido, 3/8
Hose, 3/8 x 50 ft, 3000 PSI / Tubo Flexible, 3/8 x 50 ft, 3000 psi
Female Plug, 3/8 / Tapón Hembra, 3/8
Male Socket, 3/8 / Ancla Macho, 3/8
Hose, 3/8 x 50 ft, 4000 PSI / Tubo Flexible, 3/8 x 50 ft, 4000 psi
Male Plug, 3/8 / Tapón Macho, 3/8
Hose Assembly / Ensamblaje de Tubo Flexible
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GC 590-40 GUNVALVE COMPONENT LOCATOR
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GC 590-40 GUNVALVE COMPONENT LOCATOR PARTS
LIST
Ref.
No.
Qty.
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6*
8*
9*
10
11
12*
13*
14*
15*
16
17*
18
19*
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
7
1
1
GC-765-14
8001660
GC-765-75
GC-764-44
8002258
GC-765-22
GC-764-20
GC-764-18
8001661
GC-764-41
GC-764-38
GC-764-36
GC-764-32
GC-764-30
GC-765-16
GC-765-30
GC-765-53
8000650
Housing (Right) / Carcasa (Derecho)
Housing (Left) / Carcasa (Izquierdo)
Trigger / Gatillo
Pin / Pasador
Valve Body / Cuerpo de la Valvula
Trigger Cam / Leva de Gatillo
O-Ring / Empaque-O
Control Bolt / Tornillo de Control
Trigger Lock / Cerrojo del Gatillo
Cap / Funda - Tapa
Valve Spring / Muelle de Válvula
Valve Ball / Válvula de Bola
Valve Seat / Asiento de la Válvula
O-Ring / Empaque-O
Self-Tapping Screw / Tornillo de Rosca Cortante
Spring / Muelle
Discharge Tube Assembly / Ensamblaje de Tubo de Descarga
Inlet Tube / Tubo de Entrada
20*
21
22
1
1
1
8000168
GC-764-50
GC-765-54
Inlet Fitting / Conexión de Admisión
Pin / Pasador
Inlet Tube Assembly Includes: *19 & *20
Ensamblage de Tubo de Entrada
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1
RK-775-75
Gunvalve Repair Kit Includes: *6, *8, *9, *12 - *15 & *17
Conjunto de Reparacion de Pistola Aerografica
Manual
Description
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