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INSTRUCTIONS
Model PRO 3500hc
Electrostatic Air Spray Gun
65 kV, HIGH CONDUCTIVITY, MANUAL GUN
100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
For use with electrically conductive, solvent based coatings, including metal flake paint
Part No. 222625, Series B
PRO 3500hc Electrostatic High Conductivity Air Spray Gun
Part No. 223451 Conversion Kit
To change the PRO 3500sc Spray Gun to the PRO 3500hc Spray Gun
NOTE: Any modification of genuine Graco parts or replacement of parts
with non-Graco parts will void agency approvals.
U.S. Patent No. 4,290,091; 4,219,865; 4,497,447; 4,462,061; 4,660,774; D313,064; 4,978,075
Patented 1986, 1987, 1990 Canada
Brevete 1986, 1987, 1990
U.K. Patent No. 2,147,158; 2,142,559B; 2,140,327B
French Patent No. 89 16305
Other U.S. and Foreign Patents Pending
GRACO INC.
P.O. BOX 1441
MINNEAPOLIS, MN
COPYRIGHT 1989, GRACO INC.
Graco Inc. is registered to I.S. EN ISO 9001
55440–1441
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Table of Contents
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
How the Electrostatic Air Spray Gun Works . . . . 6
Converting a PRO 3500sc Gun to a
PRO 3500hc Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Installing the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Warning Signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Ventilate the Spray Booth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Connect the Air Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Connect the Exhaust Tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Connect the Fluid Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Ground the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Check the Electrical Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pressure Relief Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Filter the Fluid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting a Fluid Nozzle and Air Cap . . . . . . . . .
Operating the Spray Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Daily Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clean the Air Cap and Fluid Nozzle . . . . . . . . . .
Flush the Spray Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spray Pattern Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gun Operation Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Electrical Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Test Gun Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Test Power Supply Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Test Resistor Stud Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Prepare the Gun for Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air Cap/Nozzle/Resistor Stud Replacement . . .
Electrode Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Barrel Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fluid Packing Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fluid Packing and Needle Repair . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Cartridge Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turbine Alternator Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Barrel Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fan Air Adjustment Valve Repair . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fluid Adjustment Assembly Repair . . . . . . . . . . .
Air Trigger Valve Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Atomizing Air Valve Removal and Replacement
ES ON-OFF Valve Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tube and Shroud Removal/Replacement . . . . . .
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Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
The Graco Warranty and Disclaimers . . . . . . . . . . 44
Graco Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Symbols
Warning Symbol
WARNING
This symbol alerts you to the possibility of serious
injury or death if you do not follow the instructions.
Caution Symbol
CAUTION
This symbol alerts you to the possibility of damage to
or destruction of equipment if you do not follow the
corresponding instructions.
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WARNING
FIRE, EXPLOSION, AND ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Improper grounding, poor air ventilation, open flames, or sparks can cause a hazardous condition and
result in a fire, explosion, or electric shock.
Electrostatic equipment must be used only by trained, qualified personnel who understand the
requirements stated in this instruction manual.
Ground the equipment, personnel in or close to the spray area, the object being sprayed, and all
other electrically conductive objects in the spray area. See Grounding on page 10.
Check the spray gun resistance daily. See Test Gun Resistance, page 21.
If there is any static sparking while using the equipment, stop spraying immediately. Identify and
correct the problem.
Provide fresh air ventilation to avoid the buildup of flammable or toxic vapors. Interlock the gun
turbine air supply to prevent operation of the power supply unless the ventilating fans are on. See
Ventilate the Spray Booth on page 9.
When cleaning, flushing, or purging electrostatic equipment, use solvents that comply with your
local regulations. For countries following the U.S. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 33
requirements, use solvents with a flash point higher than 100 F (38 C) or a solvent normally
used in spray operations. For European Countries complying with EN 50053, use solvents with a
flash point as high as possible and higher than the ambient temperatures.
Use only non-sparking tools to clean residue from the booth and hangers.
Do not flush the system with the gun electrostatics turned on.
Do not turn on the gun electrostatics until all solvent is removed from the system.
Extinguish all open flames or pilot lights in the spray area.
Keep the spray area free of debris, including solvent, rags, and gasoline.
Do not store any flammable fluids in the spray area.
Do not turn on or off any light switch in the spray area while operating or if fumes are present.
Do not smoke in the spray area.
Do not operate a gasoline engine in the spray area.
TOXIC FLUID HAZARD
Hazardous fluids or toxic fumes can cause a serious injury or death if splashed in the eyes or on the
skin, swallowed, or inhaled.
Know the specific hazards of the fluid you are using. Read the fluid manufacturer’s warnings.
Store hazardous fluid in an approved container. Dispose of the hazardous fluid according to all
local, state, and national guidelines.
Wear appropriate protective clothing, gloves, eyewear, and respirator.
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WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
Spray from the gun, hose leaks, or ruptured components can splash fluid in the eyes or on the skin
and cause a serious injury.
Do not point the spray gun at anyone or any part of the body.
Do not stop or deflect fluid leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag.
Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure on page 13 whenever you: are instructed to relieve the
pressure; stop spraying; clean, check, or servicing the equipment; and install or clean the fluid
nozzles.
Tighten all the fluid connections before operating the equipment.
Check the hoses, tubes and couplings daily. Replace worn, damaged, or loose parts immediately.
Permanently coupled hoses cannot be repaired; replace the entire hose.
EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD
INSTRUCTIONS
Equipment misuse can cause the equipment to rupture, malfunction, or start unexpectedly and result
in a serious injury.
This equipment is for professional use only.
Read all the instruction manuals, tags, and labels before operating the equipment.
Use the equipment only for its intended purpose. If you are uncertain about usage, call your Graco
distributor.
Do not alter or modify this equipment. Use only genuine Graco parts and accessories.
Check the equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately.
Do not exceed the maximum working pressure of the lowest rated system component. This equipment has a 100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa) maximum working pressure.
Use fluids that are compatible with the equipment wetted parts. See the Technical Data section of
all the equipment manuals. Read the fluid manufacturer’s warnings.
Route the hoses away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving parts, and hot surfaces. Do not
expose Graco hoses to temperatures above 180F (82C) or below –40F (–40C).
Do not use the hoses to pull equipment.
Wear hearing protection when operating this equipment.
Comply with all applicable local, state, and national fire, electrical, and other safety regulations.
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Introduction
How the Electrostatic Air Spray Gun Works
The air hose supplies air to the spray gun. Part of the
air operates the turbine and the rest of the air atomizes
the fluid being sprayed. The turbine generates power,
which is converted by the power cartridge, to supply
high voltage current to the gun’s ionizing electrode.
The pump supplies fluid to the hose and gun, where
the fluid is electrostatically charged as it passes the
electrode. The charged fluid is attracted to the
grounded workpiece, wrapping around and evenly
coating all surfaces.
Converting a PRO 3500sc Gun
to a PRO 3500hc Gun
NOTE: See page 38 to order Conversion Kit 223451.
1. Remove the air cap, nozzle/resistor stud, and
electrode as described in Electrode Replacement
(page 25).
2. Remove the fluid seal (A), fitting (B), tube (C), nut
(D), and ferrules (E) from the gun. See Fig. A.
CAUTION
To ensure proper installation of the new parts, make
sure that the fluid seal (A) does not remain in the gun
barrel.
3. Using a soft brush and solvent, carefully clean
area inside of the barrel where the fluid seal (A)
used to be.
4. Remove the trigger (M).
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5. Replace the existing fluid packing cartridge (K)
with the new cartridge (28) supplied with Conversion Kit 223451. See Fig. D.
6. Install the threaded fitting, located on the tube
assembly (12), into the gun barrel. See Fig. D.
Turn the fitting until the o-ring (12b) is compressed.
7. Wrap the tube around the barrel. See Fig. D.
8. Slide the shroud (10) up the fluid tube (12), as
shown in Fig. B.
9. Pull the shroud upward as you press it onto the
barrel, as shown in Fig. C. Be sure the hose is
completely inside the shroud before pressing the
shroud onto the barrel.
10. Install the trigger (M).
11. Install the electrode, nozzle/resistor stud, and air
cap as described in Electrode Replacement
(page 25).
Converting a PRO 3500sc Gun
to a PRO 3500hc Gun
H
G
L
M
A
K
J
D
E
B
C
F
Fig. A
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Fig. C
H
G
12
L
M
12a
28
J
10
Fig. B
12b
10
12
D
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A
M
ES ON-OFF Lever
1 is ON 0 is OFF
N
H
E*
S
O
B* C* D
G
J*
V
G
X
F
W
R
K
P
L
U*
Q*
WARNING
SIGN
T
Non-hazardous Area
Hazardous Area
The air supply to the gun must be electrically interlocked with the ventilators to
prevent the power supply from operating without ventilating fans on.
KEY
A Main Air Supply Line
B* Ventilation Fan Interlock Solenoid Valve
C* Main Air Supply Shutoff Valve
(bleed-type)
D Air & Water Separator
E* Pump Air Supply Shutoff Valve
(bleed-type)
F Air Line Lubricator
G Air Pressure Regulator
H Pump
J* Pump Ground Wire
Fluid Filter
Fluid Supply Line Shutoff Valve
Fluid Pressure Regulator
Fluid Supply Line
Air Filter (20 micron)
Air Supply Line
Shutoff Valve
Q* Air Hose Ground Wire
R* Graco Electrically Conductive Air Hose
S Electrostatic Spray Gun
T
U*
V
W
X
Air Line Drain Valve
Fluid Drain Valve
Gun Air Inlet
Gun Fluid Inlet
Gun Exhaust Tube
*
Required for safe operation. Must purchase separately. See Accessories.
NOTE: Solenoid Valve (B) is not offered
as a Graco accessory.
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Fig. 1
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Installing the System
WARNING
FIRE, EXPLOSION, AND
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Installing and servicing this equipment
requires access to parts which may
cause electric shock or other serious
injury if work is not performed properly.
Do not install or service this equipment unless you are trained and
qualified.
Be sure your installation complies with National,
State and Local codes for the installation of
electrical apparatus in a Class I, Group D
Hazardous Location.
Comply with all applicable local, state, and
national fire, electrical, and other safety regulations.
Fig. 1 shows a typical electrostatic air spray system.
It is not an actual system design. The particular type
and size system for your operation must be custom
designed for your needs. For assistance in designing a
system, contact your Graco distributor.
Warning Signs
Mount warning signs in the spray area where they can
easily be seen and read by all operators. An English
Warning Sign is provided with the gun. Additional
English, French, German, and Spanish signs are
available at no charge. See Accessories to order
them.
Ventilate the Spray Booth
WARNING
FLAMMABLE OR TOXIC
VAPOR HAZARD
Provide fresh air ventilation to avoid the
buildup of flammable or toxic vapors. Do
not operate the gun unless ventilation
fans are operating.
Electrically interlock the gun air supply with the ventilators to prevent gun operation without ventilating fans
operating. Check and follow all National, State, and
Local codes regarding air exhaust velocity
requirements.
NOTE: High velocity air exhaust will decrease the
operating efficiency of the electrostatic system. Air
exhaust velocity of 100 ft/min (31 linear meters/minute)
should be sufficient.
Connect the Air Line (Refer to Fig. 1)
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
To reduce the risk of electric shock or
other serious injury, the air supply hose
must be electrically connected to a true
earth ground. Use Only Graco Electrically Conductive Air Supply Hose.
1. Connect the Graco Electrically Conductive Air
Supply Hose (R) between the air supply line and
the gun’s air inlet (V). The gun air inlet fitting has a
left hand thread. Connect the air supply hose
ground wire to a true earth ground.
2. Install an air line filter (O) and an air and water
separator (D) on the air line to ensure a dry, clean
air supply to the gun. Dirt and moisture can ruin
the appearance of your finished workpiece and can
cause the gun to malfunction.
3. Install a bleed-type air regulator (G) on the pump
and gun air supply lines to control air pressure to
the pump and gun.
4. Install a bleed-type air shutoff valve on the main air
line (C) and the pump air line (E) to shut off air to
the pump. Install an additional bleed-type valve on
each pump air supply line to relieve air trapped
between this valve and the pump after the air
regulator is shut off.
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
The bleed-type air shutoff valve is required in your
system to relieve air trapped between this valve
and the pump after the air regulator is closed.
Trapped air can cause the pump to cycle unexpectedly, which could result in serious injury, including
splashing in the eyes or on the skin.
5. Install an air line lubricator (F) as close to the
pump (H) as possible.
6. Install an air shutoff valve ( P) on each gun air
supply line to shut off air to the gun(s).
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Connect the Exhaust Tube
Press the exhaust tube (provided) onto the barbed
adapter on the bottom of the gun handle. Secure the
tube with the clamp provided. Refer to page 36.
The following are minimum grounding requirements for
a basic electrostatic system. Your system may include
other equipment or objects which must be grounded.
Check your local electrical code for detailed grounding
instructions. Your system must be connected to a true
earth ground.
Connect the Fluid Line (Refer to Fig. 1)
1. Before connecting the fluid line (N), blow it out with
air and flush it with solvent. Use solvent which is
compatible with the fluid to be sprayed.
2. Install a fluid regulator (M) on the fluid line to
control fluid pressure to the gun.
3. Install a fluid filter (K) and drain valve (U) at the
pump outlet.
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
The fluid drain valve (U) is required in your system
to assist in relieving fluid pressure in the displacement pump, hose and gun; triggering the gun to
relieve pressure may not be sufficient. Install a
drain valve close to the pump’s fluid outlet. The
drain valve reduces the risk of serious injury,
including splashing in the eyes or on the skin.
4. Connect the fluid line to the 3/8–18.6(m) gun fluid
inlet (W).
5. Before running any paint through the spray gun,
flush it out with a compatible solvent.
Ground the System
WARNING
FIRE, EXPLOSION, AND
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
When operating the electrostatic device,
any ungrounded objects in the spray
area (such as people, containers, tools,
etc.) can become electrically charged.
Improper grounding can result in static
sparking, which can cause a fire, explosion, or electric shock. Follow the
grounding instructions below.
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1. Pump: ground the pump by connecting a ground
wire and clamp as described in your separate
pump instruction manual.
2. Air compressors and hydraulic power supplies:
ground the equipment according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
3. Electrostatic Air Spray Gun: ground the gun by
connecting the Graco Electrically Conductive Air
Hose and connecting the air hose ground wire to a
true earth ground. Check the electrical grounding
of the gun as instructed on page 11.
4. All air and fluid lines must be properly grounded.
Use only grounded hoses with a maximum of 500
feet (150 m) combined hose length to ensure
grounding continuity.
5. All electric cables must be properly grounded.
6. All persons entering the spray area: their shoes
must have conductive soles, such as leather, or
personal grounding straps must be worn. Rubber
or plastic soles are not conductive. The operator
must not wear gloves that insulate the hand from
the spray gun. The gloves must be conductive or
modified as shown in Fig. 3, page 13.
7. Object being sprayed: keep the workpiece hangers
clean and grounded at all times. Contact points
must be sharp points or like knife edges.
8. The floor of the spray area: must be electrically
conductive and grounded. Do not cover the floor
with cardboard or any non-conductive material
which would interrupt grounding continuity.
9. Flammable liquids in the spray area: must be kept
in approved, grounded containers. Do not store
more than the quantity needed for one shift.
10. All electrically conductive objects or devices in the
spray area: including fluid containers and wash
cans, must be properly grounded.
Installation
a. If using a black or grey air hose, use a megohmmeter (AA) to measure the resistance.
Use an applied voltage of 500 minimum to
1000 volts maximum. The resistance should
not exceed 2 megohms.
Check the Electrical Grounding (See Fig. 2)
WARNING
FIRE, EXPLOSION, AND
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Megohmmeter P/N 241079 (AA-see Fig.
2) is not approved for use in a hazardous area. To reduce the risk of sparking,
do not use the megohmmeter to check
electrical grounding unless:
The gun has been removed from the
hazardous area;
Or all spraying devices in the hazardous area
are turned off, ventilation fans in the hazardous
area are operating, and there are no flammable
vapors in the area (such as open solvent containers or fumes from spraying).
b. If using a red turbine air hose, use an ohmmeter to measure the resistance. Resistance
should not exceed 100 ohms.
6. If the resistance is greater than the maximum
reading specified above for your hose, check the
tightness of the ground connections and be sure
the air hose ground wire is connected to a true
earth ground. If the resistance is still too high,
replace the air hose.
R
BB
Failure to follow this warning could cause fire,
explosion, electric shock and result in serious injury
and property damage.
1. Have a qualified electrician check the electrical
grounding continuity of the spray gun and air hose.
2. Turn the ES ON-OFF Lever to OFF. See Fig. 4,
page 14, for the location of the lever.
3. Turn off the air and fluid supply to the gun. The
fluid hose must not have any fluid in it.
4. Make sure the air hose (R) is connected and the
hose ground wire is connected to a true earth
ground.
5. Measure the resistance between the gun handle
(BB) and a true earth ground (CC).
CC
AA
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Notes
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Operation
Pressure Relief Procedure
Operating Checklist
Check the following list daily, before starting to operate
the system, to help ensure safe, efficient operation.
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
The system pressure must be manually relieved to
prevent the system from starting or spraying accidentally. To reduce the risk of an injury from electric
shock, accidental spray from the gun, splashing
fluid, or moving parts, follow the Pressure Relief
Procedure whenever you:
are instructed to relieve the pressure,
stop spraying,
check or service any of the system equipment,
or install or clean the fluid nozzle.
____ 1. All the operators are properly trained to
safely operate an electrostatic air spray
system as instructed in this manual.
____ 2. All the operators are trained how to properly
relieve pressure as instructed at left.
____ 3. The system is thoroughly grounded and the
operator and all persons entering the spray
area are properly grounded. See Ground
the System, page 10.
____ 4. The operator is not wearing gloves which
insulate the hand from the spray gun. If
worn, gloves must be conductive or modified
as shown in Fig. 3 so as not to interfere with
the operator grounding through the gun.
1. Turn the ES ON–OFF Lever to OFF.
2. Turn off the air and fluid supply to the gun.
3. Trigger the gun into a grounded metal waste
container to relieve fluid pressure.
4. Open the pump drain valve, having a waste container ready to catch the drainage.
5. Leave the pump drain valve open until you are
ready to spray again.
____ 5. The condition of the electrical components of
the spray gun has been checked as
instructed in Electrical Tests, page 21.
____ 6. The ventilation fans are operating properly.
Filter the Fluid
Filter the fluid to remove coarse particles and sediment
which could clog the spray nozzle.
____ 7. The workpiece hangers are clean and
grounded. Contact points must be sharp
points or like knife edges.
____ 8. All the debris, including flammable liquids
and rags, is removed from the spray area.
____ 9. All flammable liquids in the spray booth are
in approved, grounded containers.
____ 10. All conductive objects in the spray area are
electrically grounded and the floor of the
spray area is electrically conductive and
grounded.
3 in. (76 mm) square cut out and finger of glove cut off
NOTE: If gloves are worn, they must be conductive or
modified as shown so they do not interfere with operator
grounding through the gun.
Fig. 3
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Operation
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45
43
31
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Fig. 4
Selecting a Fluid Nozzle and Air Cap
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure on page 13 before removing or
installing a fluid nozzle and/or air cap.
The gun is supplied with a 0.059 in. (1.5 mm) fluid
nozzle, P/N 185158, and air cap, P/N 193033. If your
application requires a different nozzle and air cap
combination, use instruction manual 307803 or consult
your authorized Graco distributor to select the appropriate fluid nozzle and air cap. Install the air cap
and fluid nozzle into the gun barrel as instructed in Air
Cap/Nozzle/Resistor Stud Replacement, page 24.
Operating the Spray Gun
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure on page 13 whenever you stop
spraying and whenever you are instructed to
relieve pressure.
WARNING
COMPONENT RUPTURE HAZARD
To reduce the risk of component rupture,
which can cause serious injury, do not
exceed the maximum working pressure
of the lowest rated system component. This equipment has a 100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa) maximum
working air and fluid pressure.
Follow the steps on page 15 to establish the correct
fluid flow and air flow. Do not turn the ES ON-OFF
lever to ON yet.
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Operation
7. Set the atomizing air valve (31) about 1.5 turns out
for most applications. The Atomizing Air Valve
Adjustment chart shows the effect of the atomizing air valve adjustment on the air cap air flow.
Operating the Spray Gun (continued)
1. Follow the Operating Checklist on page 13.
8. Adjust the pattern width with the fan air valve (43).
Atomizing Air Valve Adjustment
Air Cap Air Flow (%)
2. To adjust the air cap for a vertical or horizontal
spray pattern, first make sure the pressure is
relieved. Then loosen the air cap retaining nut, and
rotate the air cap as directed in Fig. 5. Tighten the
retaining nut until the air cap is held firmly in place;
you should not be able to rotate the air cap horns
by hand.
Vertical Pattern
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00
Fully Open
Horizontal Pattern
Fig. 5
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3. Adjust the fluid flow by using the fluid line pressure
regulator. Refer to instruction manual 307803 to
set the fluid pressure for various fluid flows, according to the size of the fluid nozzle being used.
4. If necessary, further adjust the fluid flow rate with
the fluid adjustment knob (45). See Fig. 4.
5. Fully open the fan air valve (43).
6. Set the air pressure with the air pressure regulator.
The following chart shows the air hose inlet pressure required to get full voltage from the power
supply. To avoid shortening the turbine life, do not
exceed the recommended air pressures.
Air Hose
Length
ft. (m)
Dynamic pressure at air hose inlet
required for full voltage
psi (bar, MPa)
15 (4.6)
45 to 50 (3.1 to 3.5, 0.31 to 0.35)
25 (7.6)
50 to 55 (3.5 to 3.8, 0.35 to 0.38)
50 (15.3)
60 to 65 (4.2 to 4.5, 0.42 to 0.45)
75 (22.9)
68 to 73 (4.7 to 5.0, 0.47 to 0.50)
100 (30.5)
75 to 80 (5.2 to 5.5, 0.52 to 0.55)
Valve Turns
Fully Closed
Fine Adjustments of the Spray Gun
To improve the atomization, open the atomizing air
valve further (31). If more atomizing air is needed
beyond the fully open position of the valve, increase
the air hose inlet pressure.
Use the lowest air flow settings needed for acceptable atomization. The slower particle velocity will
improve the electrostatic effect.
To reduce the atomization air and minimize any
overspray, turn the atomizing air valve in.
NOTE: See the Spray Pattern Troubleshooting
chart on page 18 to correct spray pattern problems.
9. Turn the ES ON-OFF lever to ON to begin spraying with the electrostatics. When spraying, the ES
indicator light (DD) should glow, indicating the
electrostatic charge.
CAUTION
Hang the gun with its nozzle pointing down when it is
not being used to avoid having fluid run into the gun
air passages. Fluid in the gun air passages can
cause poor atomization and excessive current demands and damage the gun.
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Operation
1. Relieve the pressure.
Shutdown
2. Flush and clean the equipment. Follow the instruction in Maintenance.
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure on page 13 whenever you stop
spraying and whenever you are instructed to
relieve pressure.
Maintenance
Daily Care and Cleaning
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure on page 13 when you stop
spraying, before cleaning or flushing the spray gun,
and whenever you are instructed to relieve the
pressure.
WARNING
FIRE, EXPLOSION, AND ELECTRIC
SHOCK HAZARD
To reduce the risk of fire, explosion, or
electric shock, turn the ES ON-OFF
lever OFF before flushing the gun.
CAUTION
Fluid left in gun air passages could result in a poor
quality paint finish and may draw current and reduce
the electrostatic effect. Fluid in the power supply
cavity can reduce the alternator life.
Immersing the gun in fluid is not recommended.
Do not use any cleaning method which may
allow solvent into the gun air passages.
Point the gun down while cleaning to prevent
fluid from running into the air passages. See
Fig. 6.
Hang the gun with its nozzle pointing down
when it is not being used.
Clean all parts with a non-conductive, compatible
solvent. Conductive solvents can cause the gun to
malfunction.
Methylene chloride is not recommended as a flushing or cleaning solvent with this gun as it will damage
nylon components.
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CAUTION
To avoid contaminating the fluid to be sprayed, make
sure that any solvent that is inside the shroud is
allowed to drain out through the hole at the shroud
base before spraying.
1. Clean the fluid and air line filters daily.
2. Clean the outside of the gun daily with a soft cloth
dampened in a compatible solvent.
3. Clean the air cap and fluid nozzle daily, minimum.
See page 17. Some applications require more
frequent cleaning. Replace the fluid nozzle and air
cap if they are damaged. See page 24.
4. Check the electrode wire. Straighten it if it is bent,
and replace it if it is broken or damaged. See page
25.
5. Check for fluid leakage from the gun and fluid
hoses. Tighten fittings or replace equipment as
needed.
6. Check all of the work hangers for build-up of
material; clean them, if necessary.
7. Flush before changing colors and whenever you
are done operating the gun. See page 17.
Maintenance
Clean the Air Cap and Fluid Nozzle
CAUTION
Do not use metal tools to clean the air cap or spray
tip holes as this could scratch them, and make sure
the electrode wire is not damaged. Scratches in the
air cap or spray tip or a damaged electrode wire can
distort the spray pattern.
Equipment needed:
Soft bristle brush
Compatible solvent
Procedure:
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure on page 13 whenever you stop
spraying, before installing or cleaning the fluid
nozzle, and whenever you are instructed to relieve
the pressure.
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure on page 13 whenever you stop
spraying and whenever you are instructed to
relieve the pressure.
1. Relieve the pressure.
2. Disconnect and plug the fluid line.
3. Connect the solvent supply to the gun.
4. Flush the gun with compatible solvent into a
grounded container until it is clean.
5. Relieve the pressure.
6. Disconnect and plug the solvent line.
7. Trigger the gun into a grounded container to drain
out the solvent remaining in the gun.
8. Place the gun in its hanging bracket, with the
nozzle pointing down, until it is used again.
1. Relieve the pressure.
9. When ready to spray again, reconnect the fluid
supply line.
2. Remove the air cap assembly.
10. Turn on the fluid and air supplies.
3. With the front of the gun pointed down, clean the
air cap, fluid nozzle, and front of the gun, using a
soft bristle brush and compatible solvent. See Fig.
6.
11. Make sure the ES ON-OFF lever is OFF.
12. Trigger the gun until it is clear of solvent.
4. Carefully re-install the air cap assembly. Avoid
bending the electrode. Tighten the retaining nut
until it is snug, allowing the air cap to turn with
resistance.
5. Test the gun resistance as instructed on page 21.
Flush the Spray Gun
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
To reduce the risk of fire, explosion, or
electric shock, turn the ES ON-OFF
lever OFF before flushing the gun.
06622
Fig. 6
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Troubleshooting
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Installing and servicing this equipment
requires access to parts which may
cause an electric shock or other serious
injury if the work is not performed properly. Do not
install or service this equipment unless you are
trained and qualified.
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure on page 13 before checking or
servicing any part of the system and whenever you
are instructed to relieve the pressure.
NOTE: Check all possible remedies in the Troubleshooting Chart before disassembling the gun.
Spray Pattern Troubleshooting
NOTE: Some spray pattern problems are caused by the improper balance between air and fluid.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Fluttering or spitting spray
The fluid supply is insufficient.
Adjust the fluid regulator, or fill the fluid
supply.
The fluid nozzle is loose, or the fluid nozzle taper seat is damaged.
Tighten or replace the fluid nozzle; see
page 24.
There is dirt between the fluid nozzle,
taper seat, and gun body.
Clean the parts; see page 17.
The coupler at the fluid inlet is loose or
cracked.
Tighten or repair the coupler.
Loose fluid tube in tank.
Tighten.
There is fluid build-up on the air cap;
partially clogged horn holes; or full air
pressure from the clean horn hole forces
the fan pattern toward the clogged end.
Clean the air cap with a soft implement or
submerge it in water and wipe it clean;
see page 17.
The electrode is bent.
Straighten the electrode.
The fluid nozzle or air cap holes are damaged.
Replace the damaged part; see page 24.
There is fluid buildup on the perimeter of
the fluid nozzle orifice, or a partially
clogged fluid nozzle orifice.
Remove the obstruction; never use wire
or hard instruments; see page 17.
The electrode is bent.
Straighten the electrode wire.
The fan air pressure is too high.
Reduce the fan air pressure.
The fluid is too thin.
Increase the fluid viscosity.
There is not enough fluid pressure.
Increase the fluid pressure.
The fan air pressure is too low.
Increase the fan air pressure.
The fluid is too thick.
Reduce the fluid viscosity.
There is too much fluid.
Reduce the fluid flow. Reduce fluid pressure on pressure feed guns and/or adjust
the fluid adjusting screw until proper pattern is obtained.
The last coat of fluid is applied too wet.
Apply a drier finish using multiple strokes.
There is too much air pressure.
Decrease the air pressure.
The air pressure is insufficient.
Increase the air pressure.
The spray pattern is non-uniform.
Clean or replace the air cap; see page 17
or 24.
Improper spray pattern
Streaks
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Gun Operation Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
Fluid leakage from the fluid packing
area
The needle packings or shaft are worn.
Replace the packings or shaft; see page
28.
The packing nut is loose
Tighten the packing nut; see page 28.
The air valve is not seating properly.
Clean and service the air valve; see page
31.
The air valve o-ring is sticking.
Lubricate the o-ring; see page 31.
The needle is worn or damaged.
Replace the needle; see page 28.
The fluid seat is worn.
Replace the fluid nozzle and/or electrode
needle; see pages 25 to 28.
The fluid packing is too tight.
Lubricate and adjust the packing nut; see
page 28.
The resistor stud is loose.
Tighten the resistor stud; see page 24.
The fluid nozzle is loose.
Tighten the fluid nozzle; see page 24.
The resistor stud o-ring is damaged.
Replace the o-ring; see page 24.
The air pressure is insufficient for good
atomization.
Increase the air cap air pressure by opening the atomizing air valve more or increasing the gun air inlet pressure; use
the least air pressure needed for good
results.
The fluid is poorly mixed or filtered.
Remix or refilter the fluid.
An improper thinner is being used.
Use the proper thinner.
The air pressure is too high.
Reduce the air cap air pressure by closing
the atomizing air valve more or decreasing the gun air inlet pressure; use the
least air pressure needed for good results.
Do not reduce below minimum pressure
needed for full voltage. See page 15.
The fluid is thinned too much.
Properly thin the fluid.
The fluid supply is low.
Check the fluid supply; add fluid if
necessary.
The air cap is damaged.
Replace the air cap. See page 24.
The fluid nozzle is dirty or clogged.
Clean the fluid nozzle; see page 17.
The fluid nozzle is damaged.
Replace the fluid nozzle; see page 24.
The fluid adjustment valve is damaged.
Replace the o-ring; see page 32.
The exhaust air flow is insufficient or not
directed properly.
Check for the proper CFM; check the
baffles and direction of the air flow.
The distance between the gun and workpiece is incorrect.
Adjust the spraying distance to 8 to 12
inches (203 to 305 mm).
The air cap and fluid nozzle are misaligned.
Check the air cap and fluid nozzle seat for
fluid buildup.
Air leakage from the front of the gun
Fluid leakage from the front of the gun
“Orange Peel” finish
Excessive spray fog
No fluid sprays from the gun
The equipment is covered with fluid
The air cap is dirty
Air Cap
Clean or replace parts as needed; see
page 17 or 24.
Fluid Nozzle
ALIGNED
MISALIGNED
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Troubleshooting
Electrical Troubleshooting
Problem
Poor wrap-around
Operator gets a mild shock
Operator gets a shock when
touching the workpiece
Cause
The ES ON-OFF lever is in the OFF (O)
position.*
Turn the lever to ON (1).
The distance between the gun and workpiece is incorrect.
Adjust the spraying distance to 8 to 12 inches
(203 to 305 mm)
The parts are poorly grounded.
Clean the workpiece hangers. Check for
proper grounding on the conveyer or track.
The booth exhaust velocity is too high.
Reduce exhaust velocity within code limits.
The atomizing air pressure is too high.
Reduce the atomizing air pressure.
The fluid pressure is too high.
Reduce the fluid pressure.
The fluid viscosity is not right for electrostatic spray.
Check with the supplier for proper fluid viscosity for electrostatic spray.
The fluid resistivity is too low.
Check the fluid resistivity with a paint meter
and probe.
The turbine alternator is not operating.*
Check if the ES ON-OFF lever is ON (1).
Check the air supply to the gun. Check for dirt
or moisture in the turbine. See page 30.
The gun resistance is faulty.
Check the gun resistance. See page 21.
Fluid leaks from the needle packing and
causes a short.
Clean the needle cavity. Replace the fluid
needle. See page 28.
The turbine alternator is faulty.
Be sure the plug is in place on the back of the
turbine alternator housing. Remove and test
the turbine alternator. See page 30.
The operator is not properly grounded or
is near an ungrounded object.
Be sure the floor and the operator are properly
grounded. See Ground the System, page 10.
The gun is not properly grounded.
See Check the Electrical Grounding,
page 11.
The workpiece is not properly grounded.
Clean workpiece hangers. Check for proper
grounding on the conveyor or track.
* ES indicator light is not on when the gun is triggered.
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Electrical Tests
The performance and safety of the spray gun are
directly affected by the condition of the electrical
components contained inside the gun. The electrical
tests below can be used to determine the condition of
the power supply (18) and the resistor stud (22) as well
as the continuity of the electrical path between the
components.
Measure the resistance between the end of the elec-
Use megohmmeter P/N 241079 (A) and an applied
voltage of 500 volts to complete these electrical tests.
Connect the leads as shown.
other possible causes of poor performance.
trode (20) and the gun air fitting (17). See Fig. 7. The
resistance should be between 180 to 220 megohms. If
the resistance is outside the specified range, go to the
next test. If the resistance is correct, refer to the
Electrical Troubleshooting chart on page 20 for
A
WARNING
FIRE, EXPLOSION, AND
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Megohmmeter P/N 241079 (A-see Fig.
7) is not approved for use in a hazardous area. To reduce the risk of sparking,
do not use the megohmmeter to do
electrical tests unless:
The gun has been removed from the
hazardous area;
Or all spraying devices in the hazardous area
are turned off, ventilation fans in the hazardous
area are operating, and there are no flammable
vapors in the area (such as open solvent containers or fumes from spraying).
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Failure to follow this warning could cause fire,
explosion, electric shock and result in serious injury
and property damage.
Test Gun Resistance
Check the resistance with the gun triggered and with
the trigger released. The fluid passage must be
flushed and dried to get an accurate reading.
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06423B
Fig. 7
Continued on the next page.
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Electrical Tests
Test Power Supply Resistance
Test Resistor Stud Resistance
Remove the power cartridge (18) from the gun handle.
See Power Cartridge Replacement on page 29.
Insert a conductive rod (B) into the gun barrel (re-
Remove the turbine alternator from the power cartridge. See Turbine Alternator Removal on page 30.
Measure the resistance from the power supply’s
ground contact point (EE) to the contact spring (18c)
on the other end of the power supply. See Fig. 8.
The resistance should be 157.5 to 192.5 megohms. If
the resistance is outside the specified range, the
power supply is defective and must be replaced. If the
resistance of the power supply is correct, proceed to
the next test.
moved for the power supply test) and against the metal
contact (C) in the front of the barrel. See Fig. 9.
Measure the resistance between the conductive rod
(B) and the gun electrode (20). The resistance should
be 21 to 29 megohms. If the resistance is correct, refer
to the Electrical Troubleshooting chart on page 20
for other possible causes of poor performance or
contact the nearest authorized service agency.
If you still have problems, refer to the Electrical
Troubleshooting chart on page 20 for other possible
causes of poor performance, or contact the nearest
authorized service agency.
A
A
20
EE
18c
C
18
03566B
Fig. 8
B
06448B
Fig. 9
Continued on the next page.
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Test Resistor Stud Resistance (continued)
If the resistance is outside the specified range, remove
the resistor stud (22). See Air Cap/Nozzle/Resistor
Stud Replacement on page 24. Check the resistance
between the black resistor stud contact ring (D) and
the needle contact ring (E). Refer to Fig. 10. You may
have to press down on the contact ring (D) in several
places to get a good reading.
The resistance should be 21 to 29 megohms. If the
resistance is correct, make sure the metal contact (C)
in the barrel and the needle contact wire (E) are clean.
If the resistance is outside the specified range, the
resistor is defective and the resistor stud (22) must be
replaced. See Air Cap/Nozzle/Resistor Stud Replacement on page 24.
D
E
22
0442
Fig. 10
WARNING
FIRE, EXPLOSION, AND
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
The resistor stud contact ring (D) is a
conductive contact ring, not a sealing
o-ring. See Fig. 10. To reduce the risk of
sparking or electric shock, do not
remove the resistor stud contact ring (D)
or operate the gun without the contact
ring in place. Do not replace the resistor
stud (22) with anything but a genuine
Graco part.
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Service
Prepare the Gun for Service
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Installing and servicing this equipment
requires access to parts that may cause
electric shock or other serious injury if
the work is not performed properly. Do not install or
service this equipment unless you are trained and
qualified.
WARNING
PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD
To reduce the risk of injury, follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure on page 13 before checking or
servicing any part of the system and whenever you
are instructed to relieve the pressure.
Air Cap/Nozzle/Resistor Stud
Replacement
CAUTION
Hold the front end of the gun up and trigger the gun
while removing the nozzle and resistor stud to help
drain the gun and prevent any fluid left in the gun
from entering the air passages.
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed at left.
2. Remove the air cap assembly. Point front end of
the gun up and squeeze the trigger while removing
the fluid nozzle/resistor stud (21, 22) assembly
with the multi tool (62). See Fig. 11, page 25.
NOTE: If the resistor stud remains in the gun when the
fluid nozzle is removed, start the nozzle thread onto
the stud and pull the stud out.
3. Unscrew and remove the resistor stud (22) with
the multi-tool (62). See Fig. 12.
NOTE:
Check all possible remedies in Troubleshooting
before disassembling the gun.
If the plastic parts of the gun must be held securely,
always clamp them in padded vice jaws to prevent
damage to the parts.
Lightly lubricate o-rings and seals with petroleum
jelly. Do not over-lubricate.
Only use genuine Graco parts. Do not mix or use
parts from other PRO Gun models. See page 37.
WARNING
FIRE, EXPLOSION, AND
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
The resistor stud contact ring (D) is a
conductive contact ring, not a sealing
o-ring. See Fig. 11. To reduce the risk of
sparking or electric shock, do not
remove the resistor stud contact ring (D)
except to replace it and never operate
the gun without the contact ring in place.
Do not replace the contact ring with
anything but a genuine Graco part.
1. Flush the gun as instructed in Flush the Spray
Gun, page 17.
To install the resistor stud:
2. Relieve the pressure.
4. Lightly lubricate the o-ring (25) with petroleum jelly
and install it on the resistor stud (22).
3. Disconnect the air and fluid lines from the gun.
4. Remove the spray gun from the worksite for
service or repair. Service or repair area must be
clean.
5. Using the multi-tool (62), install the resistor stud
(22) in the fluid nozzle (21). Tighten to 10 in-lb
(1.12 Nm).
NOTE: Make sure the electrode (20) is tightened
properly, as shown in Fig. 13.
Continued on the next page.
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Air Cap/Nozzle/Resistor Stud
Replacement (continued)
Electrode Replacement
6. Trigger the gun while installing the fluid nozzle (21)
and resistor stud (22) assembly with the multi-tool
(62). Tighten until the fluid nozzle seats in the gun
barrel.
7. Install the air cap assembly (1, 2, 8). Test the gun
resistance as instructed on page 21.
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
1. Remove the air cap, nozzle and resistor stud as
instructed on page 24.
2. Unscrew and remove the fluid needle/electrode
(20) with the multi-tool (62). Hold the needle shaft
end to prevent it from turning. See Fig. 13.
CAUTION
1, 8
Be careful not to damage the contact wire when
removing the electrode from the gun.
2
3. Apply low-strength (purple) Loctite or equivalent
thread sealant to the electrode and needle shaft
threads. Install the electrode finger-tight. Do not
overtighten it.
62
CAUTION
21 22
20
Apply a very light coat of lubricant
Tighten 1/8 to 1/4 turn past hand tight
Fig. 11
To avoid damaging the plastic threads or contact
wire, be very careful when installing the electrode.
D
4. Install the fluid nozzle, resistor stud, and air cap
assembly as instructed at left.
25 5. Test the gun resistance as instructed on page 21.
06449
20
62
62
21
22
Torque to 10 in-lbs (1.12 Nm)
0444A
Fig. 12
Apply low-strength (purple) Loctite or equivalent to needle shaft
threads
06624
Fig. 13
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Service
Barrel Removal
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
2. Carefully loosen the nut (14) from the bracket/fluid
fitting (16). Pull the tube (12) out of the fitting.
Make sure both ferrules and the nut stay with the
tube. See Fig. 14.
3
3. Using the wrench (63) supplied, loosen the three
socket head cap screws (5).
7
4. Hold the gun handle (7) with one hand and pull the
barrel (3) straight away from the handle to remove
it. See Fig. 15.
18
CAUTION
To avoid damaging the power supply (18), pull the
gun barrel straight away from the gun handle. If
necessary, gently move the gun barrel from side to
side to free it from the gun handle.
06626
Fig. 15
12
14
63
5
06625
Fig. 14
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Fluid Packing Removal
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
2. Remove the air cap assembly, fluid nozzle and
resistor stud, and electrode as instructed on page
25.
3. Loosen the trigger screws (4) far enough to remove the trigger (13).
28
62
4. Remove the packing cartridge and needle assembly (28), using the multi-tool (62). See Fig. 16.
13
CAUTION
Clean all parts in non-conductive solvent compatible
with the fluid being used, such as xylol or mineral
spirits. Use of conductive solvents can cause the gun
to malfunction.
5. Check all the parts for wear or damage and replace if necessary.
4
06628
Fig. 16
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Service
Fluid Packing and Needle Repair
The fluid packings and needle can be replaced as
individual parts or as assemblies. The overall assembly is pre-adjusted at the factory.
NOTE: Before installing the packing and needle assembly into the gun barrel, make sure the internal
surfaces of the barrel are clean. Remove any residue
with a soft brush or cloth. Check the inside of the
barrel for marks from high voltage arcing. If the marks
are present, replace the barrel.
If the parts are purchased separately, assemble them
as instructed below and as shown in Fig. 17.
1. Place the packing nut (28c) and o-ring (28f) on the
fluid needle (28a). Flats on the packing nut must
be facing toward the back of the fluid needle.
2. Fill the entire inner cavity of the spacer (28h) with
petroleum jelly. Place the spacer on the fluid
needle (28a) in the direction shown in Fig. 17.
Generously apply petroleum jelly to the outside of
the spacer.
28b
28g
3. Place the fluid packing (28e), needle packing
(28d), and housing (28b) on the fluid needle (28a)
as shown in Fig. 17.
4. Lubricate the o-ring (28g) on the outside of the
packing housing (28b).
5. Make sure the spring (30) is installed against the
nut as shown in Fig. 17.
6. Install the packing and needle assembly into the
gun barrel. Using the multi-tool (62), tighten the
assembly until just snug, then check the drag on
the needle.
7. Tighten the packing nut to 2 lbs. (9 N) of drag force
when sliding the needle through the packing
cartridge.
8. Install the trigger (13) and tighten the trigger
screws (4).
9. Install the electrode, nozzle and resistor stud
assembly and the air cap assembly as instructed
on page 25.
10. Test the gun resistance as instructed on page 21.
28h
28c
28a
30 28d
28e
28
Item 30 is not included with the Packing/Needle Assy. (28)
03559
Fig. 17
28
28f
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18
18a 18c
35
18d
18b
7
F
37a
37b
Apply a very light coat of lubricant
Do not expose to solvents
37
06629
Fig. 18
Power Cartridge Replacement
NOTE: The power cartridge consists of the alternator
(37), power supply (18) and retaining ring (35). See
Fig. 18.
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
2. Remove the barrel as instructed on page 26.
CAUTION
Be careful when handling the power cartridge to
avoid damaging it.
3. Grasp the power cartridge with your hand. With a
gentle side to side motion, pull it free from the gun
handle (7). Then pull the power cartridge straight
out of the handle.
CAUTION
To avoid a loss in electrostatic performance, inspect
the power cartridge cavity in the handle for dirt or
moisture. Clean out the cavity with a clean, dry rag if
necessary.
Lightly lubricate the o-rings (18b, 37a) on the new
power cartridge with petroleum jelly. All the o-rings
and the compression spring (18c) must be in place or
the gun will malfunction.
4. Insert the new power cartridge in the gun handle.
Be sure the gasket (18a) is in place.
5. Install the barrel on the handle as instructed on
page 30.
6. Test the gun resistance as instructed on page 21.
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Service
Turbine Alternator Replacement
Barrel Installation
NOTE: Replace turbine bearings after 2,000 hours of
operation. See your authorized Graco distributor.
1. Be sure the gaskets (34 & 18a) and spring (30) are
in place. See Fig. 19. Replace if damaged.
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
2. Place the barrel (3) over the power cartridge (18)
and onto the gun handle (7). Make sure the fluid
needle spring (30) is seated properly.
2. Remove the power cartridge from the gun handle
as instructed on page 29.
3. Squeeze the two ends of the retaining ring (35)
together and carefully pull the alternator (37) away
from the power supply until the 3-wire connector
(F) disengages. See Fig.18, page 29.
4. Use an ohmmeter to test the turbine alternator coil.
Measure the resistance between the two outer
terminals of the 3-wire connector (F). The
resistance should be 3 to 5 ohms. If the reading
varies from this value, replace the alternator.
3. Tighten the three socket head cap screws (5)
oppositely and evenly to 18 in-lbs (2 Nm) maximum (about a half turn past snug) with the wrench
(63) supplied.
CAUTION
To avoid damaging the gun, do not over-tighten the
cap screws (5).
4. Assemble the fluid tube (12) back into the fluid
fitting.
5. Test the gun resistance as instructed on page 21.
18a
5. Measure the resistance between each outer
terminal of the 3-wire connector and the turbine
alternator housing. The resistance should be
infinite. If the resistance is not infinite, replace the
alternator.
18
34
5
3
6. Connect the 3-wire connector to the 3 prongs in
the power supply. Push the alternator onto the
power supply until the retaining ring engages with
the alternator.
7
30
7. Install the power cartridge in the gun handle as
instructed on page 29.
14
12
Tighten to 18 in-lbs (2 Nm) maximum (about half turn past
snug), using wrench provided.
Fig. 19
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06627
Service
DETAIL
Fan Air Adjustment Valve Repair
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
43b
43d 43c 2. Place a wrench on the flats of the valve housing
and remove it from the handle. See Fig. 20.
43e NOTE: The fan air valve (43) can be replaced as an
assembly or as individual parts.
To disassemble the fan valve:
43
3. Remove the retaining ring (43b). Rotate the air
adjustment knob (43c) counterclockwise until it is
disengaged from the valve housing threads (43d).
Pull the adjustment knob out of the valve housing.
4. Clean all the parts and inspect them for wear or
damage.
5. When reassembling the fan air valve (43), lubricate
the o-rings (43e) and the adjustment knob threads
(43c) with petroleum jelly.
6. After the retaining ring (43b) is installed on the
adjustment knob (43c), back the adjustment knob
out of the valve housing (43d) until it bottoms out
against the retaining ring.
Lubricate o-rings (43e) and top knob threads (43c) with petroleum jelly
Apply PTFE paste to the valve housing threads (43d); Torque
to 10–12 in-lb (1.1–1.4 Nm)
06630
Fig. 20
7. Apply PTFE paste to the threads of the valve
housing (43d) and install it in the handle. Torque
the housing to 10 to 12 in-lb (1.1 to 1.4 Nm).
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Service
Fluid Adjustment Assembly Repair
DETAIL
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
2. Using a 14 mm socket wrench, remove the fluid
adjustment assembly (45). See Fig. 21.
0636A
45
3. Turn the stem (45a) fully clockwise and remove
the sleeve stop (45e).
45c
45a
45b
45d
4. To completely disassemble the fluid adjustment
assembly, the sleeve stop (45e) must be
assembled back on to the stem (45a). Turn the
stem until the sleeve is protruding about 0.4 inches
(10 mm).
44
7
41
39
23
5. To remove the sleeve (45d), hold the cap (45c)
and turn the sleeve stop (45e) counterclockwise
with a wrench.
45e
6. Remove the stem (45a) and o-ring (45b).
7. Repair or replace any damaged parts. Lubricate
the o-ring (45b) with petroleum jelly.
8. Carefully apply low strength (purple) Loctite or
equivalent thread sealant to the sleeve (45d)
external threads. Turn the sleeve in with the sleeve
stop (45e) until it bottoms out, then back it out 1/8
turn.
40, 42 CAUTION
Do not allow Loctite to get onto the stem (45a) during
assembly or the stem will not turn after assembly.
9. Place the fluid adjustment assembly on the workbench with its threaded end facing down and allow
the Loctite to cure over night.
10. After the Loctite has cured, assemble the fluid
adjustment assembly into the gun.
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Lubricate o-rings with petroleum jelly
Carefully apply low strength (purple) Loctite or equivalent to
sleeve (45d) external thread. Turn sleeve in with sleeve stop
(45e) until it bottoms out, then back out 1/8 turn. Allow Loctite to
cure overnight.
Do not remove u-cup (42) unless damaged. Install with lips
facing into handle. Tighten packing nut (40) until it bottoms.
Fig. 21
06631
Service
Air Trigger Valve Repair
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
2. Using a 14 mm socket wrench, remove the fluid
adjustment assembly (45), o-ring (23) and spring
(44). See Fig. 21.
Atomizing Air Valve Removal and
Replacement
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
2. Remove the fan air valve (43). See Fig. 22.
CAUTION
Clean all parts in non-conductive solvent compatible
with the fluid being used, such as xylol or mineral
spirits. Use of conductive solvents can cause the gun
to malfunction.
3. Loosen the air valve packing nut (40) one full turn.
Remove the air valve shaft (39) with a pliers.
CAUTION
When removing the air valve shaft (39) be careful not
to damage the seat area.
4. Check the o-rings (41, 23) for damage and replace
if necessary. Apply petroleum jelly to the o-rings.
CAUTION
To avoid damaging the atomizing air valve (31), the
fan air valve (43) must be removed before removing
the atomizing air valve.
3. Remove the atomizing air valve (31) from the gun
handle. Inspect the o-ring (19) and replace if
necessary.
4. Install a new atomizing air valve (31).
5. Apply PTFE paste to the fan air valve (43) housing
threads and install the valve in the handle. Torque
the housing to 10 to 12 in-lb (1.1 to 1.4 Nm).
CAUTION
31
19
Do not over-lubricate parts. Excessive lubricant on
the o-ring (41) and air valve shaft (39) can be pushed
into the gun air passage and blemish the finish on
the workpiece.
43 5. Unscrew the packing nut (40) to check the u-cup
(42). Do not remove the u-cup unless it is damaged.
6. Install the air valve shaft (39), with the o-ring (41),
and spring (44), into the back of the gun handle
(7). If the u-cup (42) was removed, install the air
valve shaft (39) before installing the u-cup. Install
the u-cup with its lips facing into the gun handle.
7. Install the fluid adjustment assembly (45), with the
o-ring (23). Tighten the adjustment knob (45c) with
the 14 mm socket wrench. Tighten the air valve
packing nut (40) until it bottoms.
Apply PTFE paste to the valve housing threads (43d); Torque to
10–12 in-lb (1.1–1.4 Nm)
06630
Fig. 22
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Service
ES ON-OFF Valve Repair
7. Install the valve (38) with the regulator disc (46)
and o-ring (36) into the gun handle. Install the
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
2. Loosen the set screw (24) with the 2 mm hex key
(69) provided. Remove the lever (26) from the
valve. See Fig. 23.
spacer (32) on the valve.
8. Install the retaining ring (47) into the groove in the
handle. Install the lever (26) and tighten set screw
(24).
WARNING
MOVING PARTS HAZARD
To reduce the risk of eye injury, be sure
to wear safety glasses when removing or
installing the retaining ring (47) as the
retaining ring could slip off the tool when compressed.
3. Use internal snap ring pliers to remove the retaining ring (47) from the handle. Align the holes in the
retaining ring with the flat on the spacer (32) to
ease assembly and disassembly.
WARNING
MOVING PARTS HAZARD
Make sure that the retaining ring (47) is
engaged in the groove in the gun handle
when installing the ES ON-OFF Valve. If
the retaining ring is missing or improperly installed,
the valve assembly can be propelled out of the gun
when air pressure is applied and cause serious
injury.
4. Remove the valve body (38) from the handle; be
careful not to drop the regulator disk (46) and
spacer (32).
26
36
5. Clean and inspect the parts for damage. Replace if
necessary. Lubricate the o-ring (36) with petroleum
jelly.
47
24
CAUTION
32
Do not over-lubricate parts. Excessive lubricant on
the o-ring (36) can be pushed into the gun air passage and blemish the finish on the workpiece.
46
38
6. Install the regulator disk (46) in the valve (38) with
its bevelled side facing in toward the valve.
CAUTION
Be sure the regulator disk (46) is installed correctly.
A missing or incorrectly installed regulator disc can
cause severe damage to the power supply.
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Bevelled side of disk (46) faces toward valve (38)
Lubricate o-rings with petroleum jelly
06632
Fig. 23
Service
Tube and Shroud Removal/Replacement
9. Loosen the fluid tube fitting from the gun barrel.
1. Prepare the gun for service as instructed on page
24.
10. Replace any worn or damaged parts.
2. Remove the air cap, nozzle and resistor stud, and
electrode as instructed on page 29.
11. Reassemble the gun as instructed in Converting
a PRO 3500SC Spray Gun to a PRO 3500HC
Spray Gun on page 6.
3. Loosen the nut (14) and disconnect the fluid tube
(12) from the bracket/fluid fitting (16). See the
Parts Drawing on page 36.
3
4. Remove the trigger (13) for ease of disassembly.
5. Pull the shroud (10) forward, away from the gun
barrel (3), until the shroud opening passes over
the gun barrel threads.
6. Continue to remove the shroud (10) by grasping
the bottom as shown in Fig. 24 and pushing up
towards the barrel (3) while twisting the shroud off.
7. Remove the ferrules (9) and nut (14) from the tube
assembly (12). See the Parts Drawing on page
36.
8. Slide the shroud (10) off the fluid tube (12).
10
06618
Fig. 24
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Parts
DETAIL A
Item 12 includes items 12a to 12e
Item 18 includes items 18a to 18f
Item 28 includes items 28a to 28h
Item 37 includes items 37a and 37b
Item 43 includes items 43b to 43e
Item 45 includes items 45a to 45e
28d
28b
28c
28g
28f
28h
See Detail A
28e
28a
28
20
25
22
21
2
18d
1
18e
8
18b*
34*
37a*
37b
18c
37
35
45c
18a*
18f
5
3
43c
31
4
19*
43e*
23*
45a
45b
43d
43b
13
45d
45e
44
39
12a
12b
10
6
41*
24
30
15
36
19
12
47
38
46
40 42*
12d REF. 16
32
26
33
7
16
12e 12c
17
67
66
06614
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Parts
WARNING
Some PRO 3500hc Gun replacement parts look similar to
other PRO Gun parts but are not interchangeable! When
servicing, do not mix or use other PRO Gun parts!
Use of parts other than those specified in the parts list
below could alter the grounding continuity of the gun,
cause parts to leak or rupture, or cause the gun to
malfunction and result in serious injury, fire, explosion or
property damage.
Part No. 222625, Series B,
Electrostatic High Conductivity Air Spray Gun
Ref
No.
Part No.
Description
1
193033
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
12a
12b
12c
12d
12e
13
15
16
17
18
176930
222314
185095
185096
185097
222666
187423
186102
179791
223450
111450
110749
110079
110077
111450
191904
185122
185104
185105
222333
18a*
18b*
18c
18d
18e
18f
19*
20
21
185134
106555
110098
185141
185099
185145
106555
190933
185158
AIR CAP; See Manual 307803 for
available air caps
RING, retaining
BARREL, gun
SCREW, trigger
SCREW, cap, relieved; M5 x 0.8
HOOK
HANDLE, gun
NUT, air cap
SHROUD
TAG, warning
TUBE, fluid; Includes items 12a–12e
O-RING; fluoroelastomer
O-RING; fluoroelastomer
NUT, fluid tube
FERRULES, fluid tube
O-RING; fluoroelastomer
TRIGGER, 2 finger
MUFFLER (flame arrestor)
BRACKET, gun fitting
FITTING, air
POWER CARTRIDGE, 65 kV
Includes items 18a–18f
GASKET, power supply
O-RING, Viton
SPRING, compression
CUSHION, power supply
PAD
PAD
O-RING; Viton
NEEDLE, electrode
NOZZLE, fluid, See Manual 307803
for available nozzles
STUD, resistor
O-RING, PTFE SET SCREW, lever; M4 x 0.7
O-RING; fluoroelastomer
LEVER, ES valve
FLUID PACKING & NEEDLE ASSY
Includes items 28a–28h
NEEDLE, fluid
22
23*
24
25
26
28
223977
109450
110083
111507
186839
223444
28a
223024
Qty
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Ref
No.
Part No.
Description
28b
28c
28d
28e
28f
28g
28h
30
31
32
33
34*
35
36
37
185495
185488
178763
178409
111504
111316
186069
185111
238927
185119
185112
185113
185114
113746
222319
HOUSING, packing
NUT, packing
PACKING, needle
PACKING, fluid
O-RING, fluoroelastomer
O-RING, fluoroelastomer
SPACER
37a*
37b
38
39
40
41*
110073
185124
185118
224194
185115
111508
42*
43
105452
222321
43b
43c
43d
43e*
44
45
105681
191805
185090
103557
185116
238895
45a
45b
45c
45d
45e
46
47
62
63
66
67
69
71
186826
111516
186822
191794
191795
107107
110082
191744
107460
185103
110231
110086
180060
72
180209
75
77
235300
185079
Qty
SPRING, compression
VALVE, atomizing air
SPACER, lever
ADAPTER, exhaust hose
GASKET, manifold; polyethylene
RING, retainer, alternator
O-RING, CV75
ALTERNATOR, turbine
Includes items 37a & 37b
O-RING, Viton
CUSHION
VALVE, electrostatic
SHAFT ASSY., air valve
NUT, packing
O-RING, trigger valve;
fluoroelastomer
U-CUP, PTFE
VALVE ASSY, fan air
Includes items 43b–43e
RING, retaining
KNOB, fan air adjustment
HOUSING, valve
O-RING, Viton
SPRING, compression, air valve
VALVE ASSY., fluid adjustment
Includes items 45a–45e
STEM, fluid adjustment
O-RING, CV75
KNOB
SLEEVE, guide
STOP, sleeve
REGULATOR, disc
RING, retaining
TOOL, multi
WRENCH, barrel
TUBE, exhaust; polyurethane
CLAMP, exhaust tube
TOOL, hex key, allen wrench; 2 mm
SIGN, warning, English
See Accessories for additional signs
COVER, gun; Order Part No. 218374
for package of 10
BRACKET, gun hanging
PLUG, optional, to install in place of
item 31
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
*
These parts are included in Air Seal Repair Kit 223021,
which may be purchased separately.
Parts not shown.
Replacement Danger and Warning labels, signs, tags and
cards are available at no cost.
Optional plug 185079 is provided with the gun.
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Parts
Part No. 223451 Conversion Kit
Kit must be purchased separately.
Ref
No.
Part No.
Description
10
12
186102
223450
12a
12b
12c
12d
12e
28
111450
110749
110079
110077
111450
223444
SHROUD
1
TUBE, fluid
Includes items 12a–12e
1
O-RING; fluoroelastomer
1
O-RING; fluoroelastomer
1
NUT, fluid tube
1
FERRULES, fluid tube
1
O-RING; fluoroelastomer
1
FLUID PACKING & NEEDLE ASSY
Includes items 28a–28h
1
Ref
No.
Part No.
Description
28a
28b
28c
28d
28e
28f
28g
28h
223024
185495
185488
178763
178409
111504
111316
186069
NEEDLE, fluid
HOUSING, packing
NUT, packing
PACKING, needle
PACKING, fluid
O-RING, fluoroelastomer
O-RING, fluoroelastomer
SPACER
Qty
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
DETAIL A
28d
28b
28c
28g
28f
REFERENCE ONLY
Not Included
28h
28e
12a
12b
28a
REFERENCE ONLY
Not Included
28
10
12
12e
12c 12d
06633
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Accessories
Use Only Genuine Graco Parts and Accessories
AIR LINE ACCESSORIES
Conductive Air Supply Hose; black
100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
FM Approved; Color coded black; 0.315 in. (8 mm) ID;
1/4 npsm(f) x 1/4 npsm(f) left-hand thread
220444
218100
218101
218102
218103
220119
220120
6 ft (1.8 m)
15 ft (5 m)
25 ft (8 m)
36 ft (11 m)
50 ft (15 m)
75 ft (23 m)
100 ft (30.5 m)
Conductive Air Supply Hose; gray
100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
FM Approved; Color coded gray; More flexible than
black hose; 0.315 in. (8 mm) ID; 1/4 npsm(f) x 1/4
npsm(f) left-hand thread
223068
223069
223070
223071
223072
223073
223074
6 ft (1.8 m)
15 ft (5 m)
25 ft (8 m)
36 ft (11 m)
50 ft (15 m)
75 ft (23 m)
100 ft (30.5 m)
Conductive Air Supply Hose; red
100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
Meets CENELEC EN 50 050 requirement for metallic
ground path; Color coded red; Stainless steel braid
ground path; 0.315 in. (8 mm) ID; 1/4 npsm(f) x 1/4
npsm(f) left-hand thread
235068
235069
235070
235071
235072
235073
235074
Air Swivel Fitting 236129
100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
Replaces standard fitting (item 17 in Parts List); 1/4
npsm(m) left-hand thread
Air Adapter Nipple 185493
For connecting two or more conductive gun air supply
hoses; 1/4 npt x 1/4 npsm left-hand thread
Quick Disconnect/Swivel Coupling Assy. 112534
Includes a quick disconnect coupling insert, which
replaces air inlet fitting 185105, and a swivel shut-off
coupling body with left-hand thread which connects to
the conductive air hose.
Air Shutoff Valve 224754
150 psi (10 bar, 1.0 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
For turning air to gun off or on; 1/4
npsm(m) x 1/4 npsm(f) left-hand
thread
Bleed-type Master Air Valve 107141
300 psi (21 bar, 2.1 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
Relieves air trapped in the air
line between the paint pump air
motor and this valve when
closed; 3/4 npt
6 ft (1.8 m)
15 ft (5 m)
25 ft (8 m)
36 ft (11 m)
50 ft (15 m)
75 ft (23 m)
100 ft (30.5 m)
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Accessories
Use Only Genuine Graco Parts and Accessories
FLUID LINE ACCESSORIES
MISCELLANEOUS ACCESSORIES
Fluid Hose Assemblies (Nylon)
225 psi (14 bar, 1.4 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
Snap Ring Pliers 110090
For removing the ES ON-OFF Valve Retaining Ring
(item 47 in Parts List).
FM Approved; 1/4 in. (6.35 mm) ID, 3/8 npsm(fbe)
215637
215638
25 ft (8 m)
50 ft (15 m)
Fluid Hose Assemblies (Nylon)
500 psi (35 bar, 3.5 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
FM Approved; 1/4 in. (6.35 mm) ID, 3/8 npsm(fbe)
216076
216077
216079
Paint Resistance Meter 722886
Used with 722860 Paint Probe to measure resistance
of paint. Not for use in Hazardous areas.
Paint Probe 722860
Used with 722886 Paint Resistance Meter to measure
resistance of paint. Not for use in Hazardous areas.
Grounding Clamp and Wire 222011
12 ga, 25 ft (7.6 m) wire
25 ft (8 m)
50 ft (15 m)
100 ft (30 m)
Fluid Tube (PTFE) 185806
100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
For reducing flushing time. Replaces item 12 in parts
list. 0.078 in. (1.98 mm) ID, 0.375 in. (9.53 mm) OD,
5.50 in. (139 mm) long
Fluid Shutoff/Drain Valve
500 psi (35 bar, 3.5 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure
For turning fluid off or on to the gun and for relieving
fluid line pressure at the pump
208630
Safety Warning Signs
FM Approved; Available at no charge from Graco.
Must be ordered separately.
180060
Warning Sign (English)
Megohmmeter 241079
500 Volt output; 0.01–2000 megohms.
Not for use in Hazardous areas.
1/2 npt(m) x 3/8 npt(f); carbon steel and
PTFE; for non-corrosive fluids
TI0377
ES ON/OFF Valve Conversion Kit 223976
Converts the ES ON/OFF Valve to a constant on
setting. A ball valve is included for complete air shutoff at the gun.
Push-Pull Pattern Adjustment Valve 224883
Pattern adjustment valve that allows quick adjustment
of the pattern width between two adjustable settings.
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Technical Data
Category
Data
Category
Data
Gun Weight
1.89 lb (0.86 kg)
Wetted Parts
Gun Length
9.5 in. (240 mm)
Maximum Working
Pressure
100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa)
Stainless Steel, Polyethylene,
Nylon, Acetal, PTFE, Ultra High Molecular Weight
Polyethylene, Ceramic,
Fluoroelastomer, Music Wire
Air Pressure
Operating Range
0–100 psi (0–7 bar,
0–0.7 MPa)
Fluid Pressure
Operating Range
0–100 psi (0–7 bar,
0–0.7 MPa)
Voltage Output
0–65 kV
Sound pressure was measured per Cagi Pneurop, 1969.
Paint Resistivity
Range
3 megohm-cm to infinity
Sound power was measured per ISO–3744, 1981.
Air Inlet
1/4 npsm(m) left-hand
Viton and Kalrezare registered trademarks of the
DuPont Co.
Fluid Inlet
3/8 npsm(m)
Typical Noise Level
at 40 psi (2.8 bar,
0.28 MPa)*
Sound Pressure 87 Db(A)
Sound Power 90.4 Db(A)
Maximum Noise
Level at 100 psi
(7 bar, 0.7 MPa)**
Sound Pressure 99 Db(A)
Sound Power 105.4 Db(A)
*
Noise levels measured with a 40 psi (2.8 bar) air supply at
the gun air inlet and typical gun air flow settings.
** Noise levels measured with a 100 psi (7 bar) air supply at
the gun air inlet and maximum gun air flow settings.
Loctite is a registered trademark of the Loctite Corporation.
Chemraz is a registered trademark of the Green, Tweed
and Company.
Manual Change Summary
This manual has been changed per ECO’s V6099, V5645, and V5457.
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41
Notes
42
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Notes
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Graco Standard Warranty
Graco warrants all equipment manufactured by Graco and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the
date of sale by an authorized Graco distributor to the original purchaser for use. With the exception of any special, extended, or limited
warranty published by Graco, Graco will, for a period of twelve months from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment
determined by Graco to be defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations.
This warranty does not cover, and Graco shall not be liable for general wear and tear, or any malfunction, damage or wear caused by
faulty installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, or substitution of non-Graco component parts. Nor shall Graco be liable for malfunction, damage or wear caused by the incompatibility of
Graco equipment with structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco, or the improper design, manufacture,
installation, operation or maintenance of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco.
This warranty is conditioned upon the prepaid return of the equipment claimed to be defective to an authorized Graco distributor for
verification of the claimed defect. If the claimed defect is verified, Graco will repair or replace free of charge any defective parts. The
equipment will be returned to the original purchaser transportation prepaid. If inspection of the equipment does not disclose any defect
in material or workmanship, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge, which charges may include the costs of parts, labor, and
transportation.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Graco’s sole obligation and buyer’s sole remedy for any breach of warranty shall be as set forth above. The buyer agrees that no other
remedy (including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales, injury to person or property, or any
other incidental or consequential loss) shall be available. Any action for breach of warranty must be brought within two (2) years of the
date of sale.
Graco makes no warranty, and disclaims all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose in connection
with accessories, equipment, materials or components sold but not manufactured by Graco. These items sold, but not manufactured
by Graco (such as electric motors, switches, hose, etc.), are subject to the warranty, if any, of their manufacturer. Graco will provide
purchaser with reasonable assistance in making any claim for breach of these warranties.
In no event will Graco be liable for indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages resulting from Graco supplying equipment
hereunder, or the furnishing, performance, or use of any products or other goods sold hereto, whether due to a breach of contract,
breach of warranty, the negligence of Graco, or otherwise.
FOR GRACO CANADA CUSTOMERS
The parties acknowledge that they have required that the present document, as well as all documents, notices and legal proceedings
entered into, given or instituted pursuant hereto or relating directly or indirectly hereto, be drawn up in English. Les parties reconnaissent avoir convenu que la rédaction du présente document sera en Anglais, ainsi que tous documents, avis et procédures judiciaires
exécutés, donnés ou intentés à la suite de ou en rapport, directement ou indirectement, avec les procedures concernées.
Graco Phone Number
TO PLACE AN ORDER, contact your Graco distributor, or call Graco: 1–800–367–4023 Toll Free
All written and visual data contained in this document reflects the latest product information available at the time of publication.
Graco reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.
Sales Offices: Minneapolis, Detroit
International Offices: Belgium, Korea, Hong Kong, Japan
GRACO INC.
P.O. BOX 1441
MINNEAPOLIS, MN
55440–1441
PRINTED IN U.S.A. 308018 December 1989, Revised September 2000
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