Operation, Repair, and Parts ToughTek™ S340e S340e ToughTek™

Operation, Repair, and Parts ToughTek™ S340e S340e ToughTek™
Operation, Repair, and Parts
ToughTek™ S340e
Portable Stucco Pump
3A3437B
EN
water--based stucco base, finish coat materials, and Exterior Insulation and Finish
Electric sprayer for water
Systems (EIFS). For professional use only.
Not approved for use in explosive atmospheres or hazardous locations.
Important Safety Instructions
Read all warnings and instructions in this manual and in related
manuals. Save these instructions.
For models and related manuals, see
page 3.
600 psi (4.13 MPa, 41.3 bar) Maximum
Fluid Working Pressure
PROVEN QUALITY. LEADING TECHNOLOGY.
Contents
Models............................................................... 3
Related Manuals ................................................ 3
Agency Approvals............................................... 3
Replacement Parts and Accessories.................... 4
Warnings ........................................................... 6
Component Identification..................................... 9
Overview ..................................................... 9
Component Identification Table..................... 9
Motor Power Switch ..................................... 10
Connect Hoses and Applicator...................... 10
Install the Remote Switch (Optional).............. 11
Prime with Material ...................................... 11
Grounding .......................................................... 12
Power Requirements .......................................... 12
Setup................................................................. 13
Flush ................................................................. 14
Prime with Water ................................................ 16
Mix the Material .................................................. 17
Prime with Material ............................................. 17
General Adjustments.................................... 19
Spraying Techniques.................................... 19
Material Flow Adjustment ............................. 19
Air Flow Valve Adjustment ............................ 19
Installing Nozzle Retaining Cap..................... 19
Spray Adjustments (HTXTM Applicator Kit
25A515)................................................ 20
Fluid Drain/Purge Valve ...................................... 21
Pressure Relief Procedure .................................. 21
Hopper Removal ................................................ 22
Shutdown........................................................... 22
Lifting Instructions............................................... 22
Maintenance ...................................................... 23
Daily Maintenance ....................................... 23
Preventative Maintenance ............................ 23
Corrosion Protection .................................... 23
Water Exposure ........................................... 23
Troubleshooting.................................................. 24
Mechanical/Fluid Flow .................................. 24
Electrical ..................................................... 25
Spray................................................................. 18
Prevent Pack-out ......................................... 18
Before Starting or Stopping Material
Flow .............................................. 18
Spraying...................................................... 18
Repair................................................................ 27
Replace Pump Lower ................................... 27
Spray Adjustments (Pole Spray Applicator Kit
25A217)................................................ 19
Technical Specifications...................................... 39
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Parts.................................................................. 30
Notes................................................................. 38
Graco Standard Warranty.................................... 40
3A3437B
Models
Models
Includes
Description
Model
Qty.
120V
25A300
230V
25A302
25A304
25A306
Remote Switch
1
242001 —
Europe adapter
cord set
1
✔
✔
242005 —
Australia
adapter cord
set
1
✔
✔
Related Manuals
✔
✔
Agency Approvals
Manuals are available at www.graco.com.
Models
Component manuals in English:
25A304
Manual
Description
3A3438
3A3653
Pole Spray Applicator
HTXTM Finish Coat Applicator
3A3112
ToughTekTM F340e Remote Switch
Accessory Kit 17G554
ToughTekTM S340e Pump Lower
Conversion Kit
3A3439
3A3437B
Approvals
25A306
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Replacement Parts and Accessories
Replacement Parts and Accessories
Systems
25A300
25A302
SYSTEM, S340e, 120V, bare
SYSTEM, S340e, 120V, bare with remote switch
25A304
25A306
Hose Kits
SYSTEM, S340e, 230V, bare
SYSTEM, S340e, 230V, bare with remote switch
25A214
HOSE, assy, 1.5 in. x 25 ft, M x F, cam lock
25A215
HOSE, assy, 1.25 in. x 25 ft, M x F, cam lock
25A216
HOSE, assy, 1.0 in. x 10 ft, M x F, cam lock
17G550
HOSE, assy, 1.0 in. x 25 ft, M x F, cam lock
17G551
HOSE, assy, 1.25 in. x 50 ft, M x F, cam lock
17G552
HOSE, assy, 1.5 in. x 50 ft, M x F, cam lock
Applicators/Tips/Orifices
25A218
KIT, stucco spray with 50 ft hose (25 ft x 1.5 in. dia, 25 ft x 1.25 in. dia) and pole gun
25A219
KIT, EIFS spray with 35 ft hose (25 ft x 1.25 in. dia, 10 ft x 1.0 in. dia) and HTX gun
128462
TIP, 5/8 in. orifice, stamped
128463
TIP, 11/16 in. orifice, stamped
128464
TIP, 3/4 in. orifice, stamped
25A217
APPLICATOR, stucco 6 in. long with cam lock fitting
25A515
APPLICATOR, HTX, EIFS, finish
287227
248524
KIT, accessory, tex, fine finish
KIT, accessory, nozzle, 4 mm
248525
248526
KIT, accessory, nozzle, 6 mm
KIT, accessory, nozzle, 8 mm
248527
KIT, accessory, nozzle, 10 mm
16A405
CAP, retaining, nozzle, medium
15Y137
Accessories
RING, retaining, splined
17G554
17H197
KIT, remote switch
KIT, remote switch, cable
248515
KIT, sponge ball, 30 mm
25A227
KIT, sponge ball, 40 mm
25A228
KIT, sponge ball, 45 mm
114271
240296
STRAP, retaining
KIT, retaining straps, 4–pack
118665
TUBE, grease, Fusion Gun, 4 oz.
248279
TUBE, grease, Fusion Gun, 4 oz., 10–pack
206994
FLUID, TSL 8 oz. bottle
17G767
COUPLER, 1.5 cmlk f x 1 cmlk m
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Replacement Parts and Accessories
Lower Assembly
25A233
17G456
16W490
25A467
KIT, rebuild, pump
KIT, lower, clamp
KIT, repair, 10–pack, o-ring, cylinder end
KIT, repair, check balls
17G864
25A178
Inlet
KIT, pump lower, S340e
17G863
15H833
Piston
KIT, repair, seat, inlet
17G862
KIT, repair, seat, piston
17G798
16W491
Outlet
BALL, neoprene, cs core, 1.625 in.
KIT, repair, 3–pack, seal, piston
17G865
Check Valve
KIT, repair, 3–pack, seal, throat, triple lip
25A466
KIT, outlet, check valve, S340
KIT, outlet, seat, o-ring
17H192
113082
KIT, conversion, F340e to S340e
BALL, neo/sst core 1.75 in.
17H194
PACKING, o-ring
KIT, outlet, check, valve
102973
BALL, metallic
17J712
KIT, F340e, check, retainer
17G866
Rubber Elbow
KIT, fitting, cam, check valve
17H193
KIT, inlet, elbow
17H196
Hopper
KIT, elbow, band clamp
17J707
KIT, F340e, hopper with cover
17J709
KIT, F340e, hopper, bracket
17J812
KIT, F340e, stop, bracket
17J710
KIT, F340e, adjustable latch
17J708
Motor and Driver
KIT, F340e, stop, brackets
17J702
KIT, F340e, MCM, 120V
17J755
17J711
KIT, F340e, MCM, 230V
KIT, F340e, motor
17J714
KIT, F340e, finger, guard
17J704
287282
KIT, F340e, front, cover
KIT, repair, shield, motor
17J705
KIT, F340e, tool box
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Warnings
Warnings
The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The
exclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbols refer to procedure-specific
risks. When these symbols appear in the body of this manual or on warning labels, refer back to these
Warnings. Product-specific hazard symbols and warnings not covered in this section may appear throughout
the body of this manual where applicable.
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
This equipment must be grounded. Improper grounding, setup, or usage of the system can
cause electric shock.
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Turn off and disconnect power cord before servicing equipment.
Connect only to grounded electrical outlets.
Use only 3–wire extension cords.
Ensure ground prongs are intact on power and extension cords.
Do not expose to rain. Store indoors.
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
Flammable fumes, such as solvent and paint fumes, in work area can ignite or explode. To help
prevent fire and explosion:
• Use equipment only in well ventilated area.
• Eliminate all ignition sources; such as pilot lights, cigarettes, portable electric lamps, and
plastic drop cloths (potential static sparking).
• Ground all equipment in the work area. See Grounding instructions.
• Keep work area free of debris, including solvent, rags and gasoline.
• Never spray or flush solvent at high pressure.
• Do not plug or unplug power cords, or turn power or light switches on or off when flammable
fumes are present.
• Use only grounded hoses.
• Hold applicator firmly to side of grounded pail when triggering into pail. Do not use pail
liners unless they are antistatic or conductive.
• Stop operation immediately if static sparking occurs or you feel a shock.. Do not use
equipment until you identify and correct the problem.
• Keep a working fire extinguisher in the work area.
MOVING PARTS HAZARD
Moving parts can pinch, cut or amputate fingers and other body parts.
• Keep clear of moving parts.
• Do not operate equipment with protective guards or covers removed.
• Pressurized equipment can start without warning. Before checking, moving, or servicing
equipment, follow the Pressure Relief Procedure and disconnect all power sources.
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Warnings
WARNING
SUCTION HAZARD
Powerful suction could cause serious injury.
• Never place hands near the pump fluid inlet when pump is operating or pressurized.
EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD
Misuse can cause death or serious injury.
• Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
• Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated
system component. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals.
• Use fluids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts. See Technical Data
in all equipment manuals. Read fluid and solvent manufacturer’s warnings. For complete
information about your material, request Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) from distributor or
retailer.
• Do not leave the work area while equipment is energized or under pressure.
• Turn off all equipment and follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when equipment is not in use.
• Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine
manufacturer’s replacement parts only.
• Do not alter or modify equipment. Alterations or modifications may void agency approvals
and create safety hazards.
• Make sure all equipment is rated and approved for the environment in which you are using it.
• Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Call your distributor for information.
• Route hoses and cables away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving parts, and hot surfaces.
• Do not kink or over bend hoses or use hoses to pull equipment.
• Keep children and animals away from work area.
• Comply with all applicable safety regulations.
PRESSURIZED ALUMINUM PARTS HAZARD
Use of fluids that are incompatible with aluminum in pressurized equipment can cause serious
chemical reaction and equipment rupture. Failure to follow this warning can result in death,
serious injury, or property damage.
• Do not use 1,1,1-trichloroethane, methylene chloride, other halogenated hydrocarbon
solvents or fluids containing such solvents.
• Do not use chlorine bleach.
• Many other fluids may contain chemicals that can react with aluminum. Contact your material
supplier for compatibility.
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Warnings
WARNING
SKIN INJECTION HAZARD
High-pressure fluid from dispensing device, hose leaks, or ruptured components will pierce
skin. This may look like just a cut, but it is a serious injury that can result in amputation. Get
immediate surgical treatment.
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Do not point dispensing device at anyone or at any part of the body.
Do not put your hand over the fluid outlet.
Do not stop or deflect leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag.
Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when you stop dispensing and before cleaning,
checking, or servicing equipment.
• Tighten all fluid connections before operating the equipment.
• Check hoses and couplings daily. Replace worn or damaged parts immediately.
TOXIC FLUID OR FUMES HAZARD
Toxic fluids or fumes can cause serious injury or death if splashed in the eyes or on skin,
inhaled, or swallowed.
• Read Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) to know the specific hazards of the fluids you are using.
• Store hazardous fluid in approved containers, and dispose of it according to applicable
guidelines.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Wear appropriate protective equipment when in the work area to help prevent serious injury,
including eye injury, hearing loss, inhalation of toxic fumes, and burns. Protective equipment
includes but is not limited to:
• Protective eyewear, and hearing protection.
• Respirators, protective clothing, and gloves as recommended by the fluid and solvent
manufacturer.
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Component Identification
Component Identification
Overview
Component Identification Table
Key:
Key:
A
Electric Motor
P
Hopper Pin
B
Pump Lower
C
E
F
Fluid Drain/Purge Valve
S
U
Motor Power Switch
Hopper Latch
Remote Pump Control Switch (optional)
H
Fluid Outlet
Flow Adjustment Knob
J
Hopper
L
Control Board Status Light
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Component Identification
Motor Power Switch
Connect Hoses and Applicator
The motor power switch (S) must be in the ON for the
sprayer to pump material.
• Before connecting hoses/applicator, inspect for
damage or wear to both the hose/applicator and
cam lock fittings. Fittings should be clean and free
of debris, dents, cracks or nicks. The female cam
lock fitting must have the gasket installed.
• Always connect hoses from largest diameter to
smallest diameter.
• Use a minimum of 25 ft of hose with a working
pressure of at least 600 psi (4.1 MPa, 41 bar).
Motor Power Switch Settings:
OFF
Power is disconnected. The motor
will not run.
ON
The motor will run continuously at
a speed determined by the flow
adjustment knob.
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• When fastening cam locks, make sure the pull ring
stays to the outside of the cam lock arm to allow
for complete and proper sealing of the cam lock.
Once installed, use Velcro straps to secure cam
locks in place.
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Component Identification
Install the Remote Switch (Optional)
The remote switch is an additional accessory kit and
does not come with models 25A300 and 25A304.
The kit part number is 17G554. See manual 3A3112
for remote switch installation and replacement.
NOTE: Use zip-tie (Z) to install the remote switch
to the hose or pole spray applicator (follow the
illustrations below). The remote switch will fit on
hoses/applicators sized .75 in. up to 1.25 in.
The applicator must be removed before priming.
Always push out any remaining water into a waste
container before circulating material. Always circulate
clean material back into the hopper for several cycles
before beginning to spray.
1. Prime the system with water. See
Prime with Water, page 16.
2. Mix the material. See Mix the Material, page 17.
3. Turn the flow adjustment knob (H)
counterclockwise until it stops.
4. Remove the applicator.
5. Fill the clean hopper with material to be sprayed.
6. Place the hose outlet in a waste container.
7. Turn the motor power switch (S) to ON.
8. Turn the flow adjustment knob (H) clockwise
slowly to increase pressure until water is purged
out and a steady stream of material flows from
the applicator.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to pump seals caused by
cavitation, run the pump slowly until the system is
primed.
9. To stop dispensing, turn adjustment knob (H)
counterclockwise until it stops.
10. Install applicator.
NOTE: For EIFS finish coats, before installing the
applicator, prime the larger ID hose, then install
and prime the transition fitting and whip hose.
11. Recirculate several cycles of material to make
sure the material is flowing properly.
Prime with Material
12. Turn the flow adjustment knob (H)
counterclockwise to stop the pump.
13. Install the air line and a tip onto the applicator
(see applicator manual). The system is now
primed and ready to spray.
NOTICE
Loading material into a dry system will cause the material
to stick to internal components and cure, causing
damage and requiring replacement of those parts. To
prevent material curing in system, never load material
into a dry system.
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Grounding
Grounding
Extension Cords
• Use only a 3-wire extension cord that has a
grounding plug and a grounding receptacle that
accepts the plug on the product.
The equipment must be grounded to reduce the
risk of static sparking and electric shock. Electric
or static sparking can cause fumes to ignite or
explode. Improper grounding can cause electric
shock. Grounding provides an escape wire for the
electric current.
Ground the sprayer by plugging it into an outlet that
is properly installed and grounded in accordance with
all local codes and ordinances. Do not modify the
power cord provided; if it does not fit the outlet, have
the proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
• Make sure your extension cord is not damaged.
• If an extension cord is necessary, use 12 AWG (2.5
mm2) minimum to carry the current that the product
draws. An undersized extension cord results in a
drop in line voltage, loss of power, and overheating.
NOTE: Certain GFCI outlets have been known to trip
while using this product.
For 120V units, use a dedicated 15 amp circuit.
Power Requirements
Model
Required Power
Source
230 V, 1 phase,
50/60 Hz
One separate
dedicated circuit
rated at minimum of
10 A
120V, 50/60 Hz
One separate
dedicated circuit
rated at minimum of
15 A
Power Cord Connectors
One IEC 3-20 C20 Plugs
Supplied Local Adapters
Euro CEE7 (Europe)
AS/NZS (Australia)
12
One NEMA 5–15A Plug
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Setup
Setup
5. Attach check valve (optional). Remove fluid
outlet assembly (F). Attach check valve (M) to
pump fluid outlet. Attach fluid outlet assembly to
check valve (M) outlet.
To avoid tipping over, ensure cart is on a flat and
level surface. Failure to do so could result in injury
or equipment damage.
1. Turn the motor power switch (S) to OFF.
2. Ground sprayer (see Grounding, page 12). Plug
the power cord into a dedicated circuit. See
Power Requirements, page 12.
3. Check Throat Seal Liquid (TSL) level in packing
nut (D). Fill 1/2 full with TSL.
NOTE: If a check valve (M) is being used, it must
be installed between the fluid outlet assembly (F)
and the pump lower to ensure proper operation
of the pressure relief valve.
NOTE: Check valve (M) is intended for use
with low viscosity fluids such as water resistive
barriers.
6. Attach hose to applicator fluid inlet and pump
fluid outlet (F), then secure Velcro straps (V)
around the cam fitting.
4. Connect air supply to applicator.
7. Prime the system with water before using (see
Prime with Water, page 16).
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Flush
Flush
3. Place applicator outlet in a waste container. The
waste container must be large enough to hold
all dispensed material.
NOTICE
Failure to flush prior to material curing in the
system will result in damage to system and may
require replacement of all system parts in contact
with the material.
NOTICE
The fluid/drain purge valve must be flushed to
prevent material hardening in fluid/drain purge
valve. If that is not sufficient, remove, disassemble,
and clean the valve then reinstall.
• Flush if the materials in the system are about to
reach their cure time.
• Flush any time the flow rate starts to decrease and
there are no clogs in the system, as this is a sign
that the material is starting to thicken and cure.
• Always flush the system at least twice, draining all
water between flushes then replacing with clean
water.
• Flush using water only.
1. Perform Pressure Relief Procedure, page 21.
2. Remove applicator tip and retainer.
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4. Turn motor power switch (S) on.
5. Turn adjustment knob (H) clockwise slowly to
increase pressure, until a steady stream flows
from gun.
6. When the material level in the hopper is within a
few inches of the material inlet at the bottom:
a. Scrape the material down the sides of the
hopper.
b. Fill the hopper with water as the material
runs out and continue dispensing.
c.
Scrub the walls of the hopper with a scrub
brush.
7. When water begins to exit the applicator outlet,
increase the flow adjustment knob to flush heavy
sediments from the system.
8. Once heavy sediment has been flushed, pump
the remaining contaminated water out of the
hopper.
9. Turn the motor power switch (S) OFF.
10. Remove the hopper and hopper elbow.
Clean all residual material, then re-install
the elbow and hopper onto the system. See
Hopper Removal, page 22.
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Flush
11. Circulate clean water:
14. Drain remaining water from system:
a. Fill the system hopper with clean water.
b. Turn the motor power switch (S) to ON to
begin circulating water. Increase flow and
pump for several cycles.
c.
While pumping, open the fluid drain/purge
valve. Allow the water to flush out any
material to prevent material hardening in the
valve. Once the water appears clean, close
the fluid drain/purge valve.
d. Turn the motor power switch (S) to OFF.
12. Remove the applicator and clean/flush
separately.
a. Make sure all parts are free of residual
material.
b. Turn on air to make sure air lines are free
of obstructions.
13. Remove the remaining material with a hose
clean-out ball:
a. Place a drain pan beneath pump lower inlet
connection.
b. Detach the hopper (see
Hopper Removal, page 22).
c.
Use a screwdriver to lift the pump lower
inlet ball. This will drain the remaining water
from the pump lower. When the pump stops
draining, release the pump lower inlet ball.
d. Disconnect the hose from the pump lower
outlet.
e. Starting at the pump, raise the hose bundle
above your head and slowly move towards
the applicator. As you move towards the
applicator, the remaining fluid in the hose will
drain from the applicator into the bucket.
f.
Reattach the hopper to the pump.
15. Dispose of all waste material in accordance with
local rules and regulations. See manufacturer’s
SDSs for additional information.
a. Place the hose outlet back in the waste
container.
b. Remove the hose inlet from the pump outlet
and place a hose clean-out ball within the
hose inlet. The ball must be wetted down
before inserting. If using a 1 in. whip hose,
begin with the smallest clean-out ball.
c.
Reattach the hose to the pump outlet and
turn the motor power switch (S) to ON to
resume flushing the hose.
d. The hose clean-out ball will be pushed out of
the hose after several minutes. Once the ball
is pushed through the hose, turn the motor
power switch (S) to OFF. Repeat until all
sediment is removed from the hose.
NOTICE
Material left on the throat seal can dry out and
damage the seal. Always stop the pump at
the bottom of the stroke to avoid damage to
the throat seal.
e. If using a 1 in. whip hose, remove the
hose and transition fitting and repeat the
process using the large clean-out ball on the
remaining hoses. Once the ball is pushed
out, pump out the remaining water in the
hopper, then reattach the transition fitting
and whip hose.
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Prime with Water
Prime with Water
6. Run the clean-out ball(s) to coat the inside of
the hoses.
a. Remove the applicator from the end of the
hose.
NOTICE
To prevent material curing in system, never load
material into a dry system. Loading material into
a dry system will cause the material to stick to
internal components and cure, causing damage
and requiring replacement of those parts.
1. Fill the hopper with clean water.
NOTE: Some materials require a slicking agent
to be run through the hose. Consult the material
manufacturer for recommendation.
2. Turn the flow adjustment knob (H)
counterclockwise until it stops.
3. Place the applicator into a waste container.
4. Turn the motor power switch (S) to ON.
5. Turn the flow adjustment knob (H) clockwise
slowly to increase pressure, until water is purged
out.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to pump seals caused by
cavitation, run the pump slowly until the system
is primed.
b. Remove the hose inlet from the pump outlet
and place a hose clean-out ball within the
hose inlet. The ball must be wetted down
before inserting. If using a 1 in. whip hose,
begin with the smallest clean-out ball.
c.
Reattach the hose to the pump outlet and
turn the motor power switch (S) to ON to
resume flushing the hose.
d. The clean-out ball will be pushed out of the
hose after several minutes. Once the ball
is pushed through the hose, turn the motor
power switch (S) to OFF.
e. If using a 1 in. whip hose, remove the
hose and transition fitting and repeat the
process using the large clean-out ball on the
remaining hoses. Once the ball is pushed
out, pump out the remaining water in the
hopper, then reattach the transition fitting
and whip hose.
7. Remove the hose inlet from the pump outlet and
walk the water out of the hoses.
a. Starting at the pump, raise the hose bundle
above your head and slowly move towards
the applicator end. As you move towards the
applicator end, the remaining water will drain
from the hoses.
8. Detach the hopper from the pump (see
Hopper Removal, page 22) and properly dispose
of any remaining water according to local and
state regulations.
9. Use a screwdriver to lift the pump lower inlet ball
and drain the remaining water from the pump
lower. Once the pump stops draining, release
the lower inlet ball.
10. Reattach the hopper to the pump.
11. The system is ready to prime with material.
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Mix the Material
Mix the Material
Always follow the material manufacturer’s instructions
for the material being sprayed. Material must be
thoroughly mixed to a smooth consistency before
loading it in the hopper.
The applicator must be removed before priming.
Always push out any remaining water into a waste
container before circulating material. Always circulate
clean material back into the hopper for several cycles
before beginning to spray.
1. Prime the system with water. See
Prime with Water, page 16.
NOTE: For stucco base and base coats, it is
recommended to use a standard 8 oz. x 4 in. steel
plumb bob (not provided) as a gauge for material
pumpability. With the tip of the plumb bob barely
touching the material, let the plumb bob drop into the
material. If the plumb bob sinks 3/4 of the way or
more, the material is a sufficient consistency.
3. Turn the flow adjustment knob (H)
counterclockwise until it stops.
Managing Material After Mixing:
6. Place the hose outlet in a waste container.
1. Pay close attention to the work life of the material
being used.
7. Turn the motor power switch (S) to ON.
2. Only mix the material kits as needed. Do not let
mixed material sit longer than necessary.
3. Scrape material down the sides of the hopper as
the hopper material level lowers. Do not let older
material cure on the walls.
4. To ensure that all material in the hopper is used
while fresh, occasionally wait until the hopper is
almost empty before refilling.
Prime with Material
2. Mix the material. See Mix the Material, page 17.
4. Remove the applicator.
5. Fill the clean hopper with material to be sprayed.
8. Turn the flow adjustment knob (H) clockwise
slowly to increase pressure until water is purged
out and a steady stream of material flows from
the applicator.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to pump seals caused by
cavitation, run the pump slowly until the system is
primed.
9. To stop dispensing, turn adjustment knob (H)
counterclockwise until it stops.
10. Install applicator.
NOTE: For EIFS finish coats, before installing the
applicator, prime the larger ID hose, then install
and prime the transition fitting and whip hose.
NOTICE
Loading material into a dry system will cause the material
to stick to internal components and cure, causing
damage and requiring replacement of those parts. To
prevent material curing in system, never load material
into a dry system.
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11. Recirculate several cycles of material to make
sure the material is flowing properly.
12. Turn the flow adjustment knob (H)
counterclockwise to stop the pump.
13. Install the air line and a tip onto the applicator
(see applicator manual). The system is now
primed and ready to spray.
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Spray
Spray
Pack--out
Prevent Pack
5. Turn the motor power switch (S) to ON.
To avoid “packing out” the pump or hose:
• Use the lowest pressure and largest nozzle size
that provides an acceptable spray pattern. This will
also result in seals and wear parts lasting much
longer.
• Do not use any more fluid hose than is necessary
(minimum 25 ft).
• Use an applicator with a rubber tip retainer that will
blow off if it plugs (pole gun applications only).
6. Turn flow adjustment knob (H) until desired flow
is reached. Turn clockwise to increase flow,
counterclockwise to decrease flow.
Typical knob range for stucco:
Before Starting or Stopping Material
Flow
Always have the atomizing air turned on at the
applicator before and after spraying fluid (see
applicator manual).
Typical knob range for EIFS base and finish
coats:
Spraying
1.
Prime with Water, page 16.
2.
Mix the Material, page 17.
3.
Prime with Material, page 17.
NOTICE
• Do not allow pump to run without material
in the hopper. It can cause damage to the
pump seals.
• Failure to flush prior to material curing in the
system will result in damage to system and
may require replacement of all system parts
in contact with the material.
7. If the system is approaching its cure time or the
system will be idle for enough time for material
to begin curing in the system, flush the system.
See Flush, page 14.
NOTICE
Failure to flush prior to material beginning to
cure in the system will result in damage to
system and may require replacement of all
parts in contact with the material.
4. Turn on atomizing air and adjust the air needle
valve on the applicator (see applicator manual).
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Spray Adjustments (Pole Spray Applicator Kit 25A217)
Spray Adjustments (Pole Spray Applicator Kit 25A217)
2. Adjust fluid flow until material flow is adequate.
3. Adjust the applicator air ball valve (CB) to achieve a
uniform round spray pattern.
4. Consider the size of aggregate in the material and the
coarseness of the spray pattern. Larger nozzles allow
heavier patterns.
5. Overlap each stroke 50%. A circular overlapping
pattern may give the best results.
Key:
CA
Air Assist Air Line
CB
Air Assist Shutoff Ball Valve
CC
Rubber Tip Retainer
CD
Air Needle (adjustable position)
CE
Air Needle Retaining Screw
CF
Fluid Housing
CG
Tip (Nozzle)
General Adjustments
The spray pattern can be adjusted by changing:
When spraying small confined areas use the air ball valve
(CB) and air needle (CD) to make fine adjustments without
adjusting the pump.
Material Flow Adjustment
For a lighter spray pattern, adjust the air needle (CD)
closer to the fluid nozzle and/or reduce the fluid flow. For
a heavier spray pattern, adjust the air needle (CD) farther
back from the fluid tip and/or increase the fluid flow.
NOTE: Withdrawing the needle (CD) too far can force air
pressure back into the fluid hose, which can slow material
flow.
• Tip (CG) size
• Fluid and/or air flow
Air Flow Valve Adjustment
• Air Needle (CD) position
The standard applicator adjustment is to adjust the air
needle (CD) slightly behind the fluid tip. Fully open the
air ball valve (CB) for the minimum air flow necessary for
a good pattern. NOTE: Installing the needle (CD) too far
forward can reduce the orifice size, stopping material flow.
Air bleeds from the applicator nozzle whenever the
applicator air ball valve (CB) is open. Close the valve to
stop the air if desired. Otherwise, the air valve can stay
open during priming.
To decrease air flow, turn the air ball valve (CB)
clockwise. To increase air flow, turn the air ball valve (CB)
counterclockwise.
Check the material and thin it as needed to maintain the
proper consistency. The material may thicken as it sits and
could slow down application or affect the spray pattern.
Flush and dry the applicator thoroughly at the end of each
use. Blow air through the needle after the applicator is
clean to ensure that no material is blocking air flow.
Adjusting the spray pattern requires testing to balance the
fluid flow and the air to the applicator, and requires the
correct tip size.
Installing Nozzle Retaining Cap
Spraying Techniques
1. Place the nozzle retaining cap (CC) over the top lip
of the applicator housing.
2. Turn the rubber retainer back and forth to make sure it
is fully seated.
3. Turn the rubber retainer back and forth to be sure it
is fully seated.
1. Test the spray pattern on cardboard. Hold the
applicator 18 – 30 in. (45 – 76 cm) away from
the surface. Use this spraying distance for most
applications.
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NOTE: The rubber gasket in the cam and groove inlet fitting
and the rubber nozzle retainer should be hand-cleaned and
dried after each use.
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Spray Adjustments (HTXTM Applicator Kit 25A515)
Spray Adjustments (HTXTM Applicator Kit 25A515)
stop the air flow if desired. Otherwise, the air valve
can stay open during priming. Air must be on prior
to fluid flow.
Adjusting the spray pattern requires testing to
balance the fluid flow and the air to the applicator,
and requires the correct tip size.
Air Flow Valve Adjustment
Key:
DA
Air Assist Air Line
DB
Fluid and Air Manifold
DC
Tip (Nozzle)
DD
Tip Retainer
DE
Air Assist Needle Valve
DF
Air Assist Shut Off Ball Valve
DG
Check Valve
When Spraying
To decrease air flow, turn the valve knob (DE)
clockwise. To increase air flow, turn the valve knob
(DE) counterclockwise.
Check material and thin as needed to maintain the
proper consistency. The material may thicken as it
sits and could slow down application or affect the
spray pattern.
Flush and dry the applicator thoroughly at the end of
each use.
Spray Techniques
1. Test the spray pattern on cardboard. Hold the
applicator 6–18 in. (15–46 cm) from the surface.
Use this spraying distance for most applications.
2. Adjust fluid flow until material flow is adequate.
1. Set material flow. See sprayer instruction manual
for additional information.
3. Adjust the applicator air assist needle valve to
achieve a uniform round spray pattern.
2. Spray test pattern.
4. Consider the size of the aggregate in the material
and the coarseness of the spray pattern. Larger
nozzles allow heavier patterns.
3. Turn the air knob ON and adjust, and/or select
another air nozzle for desired pattern.
NOTE: Air continues to flow when the handle is in the
OFF position to keep material out of air passages.
General Adjustments
The spray pattern can be adjusted by changing:
• Tip (DC) size
• Fluid flow
• Air flow, use needle valve (DE)
5. Overlap each stroke 50%. A circular overlapping
pattern may give the best results, and is obtained
by grasping the flex-head and swinging the head
around as the hose flexes.
When spraying small confined areas use the valve
and knob to make fine adjustments without adjusting
the pump.
Cleanup
The standard applicator adjustment is to fully open
the air assist valve (DF) while adjusting the needle
valve (DE) for the minimum air flow necessary for
a good pattern.
Thoroughly flush applicator after each work session
before fluid begins to cure in the applicator. Remove
the check valve and clean all residue from air
passages. Store in a dry location. Do not leave the
applicator or any parts in water or cleaning solvents.
Air bleeds from the applicator nozzle whenever the
applicator air valve (F) is open. Close the valve to
NOTE: The check valve will be damaged if any object
is inserted into the valve.
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Fluid Drain/Purge Valve
Fluid Drain/Purge Valve
1. Turn the flow adjustment knob (H)
counterclockwise until it stops.
2. Turn the motor power switch (S) off.
3. Remove the applicator tip and the tip retainer.
4. Hold the applicator firmly against a waste
container.
To avoid injury from splashing fluid, never
open a cam-lock hose or applicator fitting
while there is pressure in the fluid line. See
Pressure Relief Procedure, page 21.
Open the drain/purge valve (C) to relieve pressure if
pump or hose pack-out occurs, or to relieve pressure
inside the hose. Close valve when spraying.
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5. Place a waste container beneath the fluid
drain/purge valve (C). Slowly open the fluid
drain/purge valve (C) at the pump outlet.
NOTICE
To prevent material hardening in fluid drain/purge
valve, flush the valve after every time it is used.
See Flush, page 14.
Pressure Relief Procedure
Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure
whenever you see this symbol.
6. If you suspect there is a clog which will not
allow pressure to be fully relieved, flush the line
through the fluid drain/purge valve (C) using a
3/8 polyurethane tube and water hose.
7. Flush the fluid drain/purge valve (C). See
Flush, page 14. Close the fluid drain/purge valve
(C).
NOTICE
This equipment stays pressurized until pressure is
manually relieved. To help prevent serious injury
from pressurized fluid, such as splashing fluid, and
moving parts, follow the Pressure Relief Procedure
when you stop spraying and before cleaning,
checking, or servicing the equipment.
To prevent material hardening in fluid drain/purge
valve, flush the valve after every use.
To avoid injury from splashing fluid, never open a
cam-lock hose or applicator fitting while there is
pressure in the fluid line.
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21
Hopper Removal
Hopper Removal
NOTE: If the hopper elbow needs to be thoroughly
cleaned, rotate knob (K) to loosen the clamp between
the elbow and the hopper. Remove and clean the
elbow.
To help prevent injury from suction, never place
hands near the pump fluid inlet when pump is
operating or when hopper is removed.
The hopper assembly allows easy detachment of the
hopper from the pump. To remove the hopper from
the pump, perform the following steps:
NOTE: To re-install the hopper, follow the steps
above in reverse order.
Shutdown
1. Relieve pressure (see
Pressure Relief Procedure, page 21).
2. Unplug the power cord.
3. Rotate knob (K) counterclockwise to loosen the
clamp between the hopper elbow and the lower.
NOTICE
To prevent rust, never leave water or water-based
fluid in pump overnight.
To shutdown, flush the system (see Flush, page 14).
Lifting Instructions
When lifting the unit, only lift at the points indicated
by the arrows below.
4. Remove the locking pin and pull down the hopper
latch (U) on the hopper plate.
NOTE: If needed, push down on the hopper
elbow to completely disengage from the pump
lower.
5. Remove the two hopper pins (P) from the front
legs of the cart.
6. Lift up on the handle and pull the hopper (J) away
from the sprayer.
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3A3437B
Maintenance
Maintenance
Daily Maintenance
Corrosion Protection
NOTICE
To prevent rust, never leave water or
water-based fluid in the pump overnight.
1. Flush the system. See Flush, page 14.
2. Clean hopper with a scrub pad. It is
recommended that you clean the outside of the
sprayer using a cloth and water.
3. Check hoses, tubes, and couplings for wear or
damage. Tighten all fluid connections before
each use.
NOTICE
Material left on the throat seal can dry out and
damage the seal. Always stop the pump at
the bottom of the stroke to avoid damage to
the throat seal.
Always flush the pump before the fluid dries on the
displacement rod.
4. Check and replace cam-lock gaskets as needed.
Water Exposure
Preventative Maintenance
The operating conditions of your particular system
determine how often maintenance is required.
Establish a preventative maintenance schedule by
recording when and what kind of maintenance is
needed, and then determine a regular schedule for
checking your system.
NOTICE
Exposing the motor and/or control to water
can cause damage and possible motor failure.
Do not store the pump outside. Do not spray
water directly into the motor fan.
DAILY: Check hose for wear and damage, and leaks.
DAILY: Check fluid drain/purge valve for proper
operation.
DAILY: Check level of Throat Seal Liquid (TSL) in
displacement pump packing nut/wet cup. Fill nut
1/2 full with TSL. Maintain TSL level to help prevent
material buildup on piston rod and premature wear
of packings and pump corrosion.
DAILY: Check the cam lock connections for damage
(dings, nicks, cracks)
DAILY: Check the cam lock gasket for damage.
DAILY (or when changing material): Break down the
pump lower and thoroughly clean and inspect check
balls.
WEEKLY: Grease swivel fittings on the applicator.
WEEKLY (or when changing material): Break down
the pump lower and thoroughly clean and inspect
all wear components including check balls, piston,
o-rings and seats.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
2. Check all possible problems, causes, and
solutions listed below before disassembling
pump.
1. Perform Pressure Relief Procedure, page 21.
For troubleshooting and repair questions, please
contact your distributor.
Mechanical/Fluid Flow
Problem
Displacement pump operates,
but output is low on upstroke
Displacement pump operates,
but output is low on down
stroke and/or on both strokes
Material leaks and runs over
the side of the wet cup
Fluid delivery is low
Cause
Solution
Piston ball check not seating
properly
Piston worn or damaged
Service the piston ball check.
Piston packings worn or damaged
Replace piston.
Replace the piston.
Outlet check valve not seating
Clean the check valve.
properly
Intake valve ball check not seating Service the intake valve ball check.
properly
Rubber elbow air leak
Tighten clamps on the rubber elbow.
Fluid hose on the applicator is
obstructed
Loose wet cup
Tighten the wet cup enough to stop leakage.
Throat seal worn or damaged
Replace the throat seal.
Clean the fluid hose on the applicator.
Applicator tip/gun is dirty or clogged Clean or replace tip/gun.
Clamps on hopper elbow are loose Tighten clamps on the hopper elbow.
Large pressure drop in fluid hose
Electric motor does not operate Power switch is not ON
Reduce length or increase diameter.
Turn the power switch ON.
Tripped circuit breaker
Sprayer does not operate
Check circuit breaker at power source. Reset motor
switch.
Fluid hose or applicator obstructed Clean the hose or application.
Dried fluid on displacement rod or
inlet ball
Erratic accelerated speed
Clean rod. Always stop pump at bottom of stroke;
keep wet cup filled with TSL. Be sure the inlet ball
moves freely.
Material supply exhausted, clogged Refill the hopper and the prime pump.
suction
Open or worn piston ball
Clear piston valve; service the piston ball check.
Open or worn intake valve
Cycles or fails to hold pressure Worn check balls, seats, or piston
packing
at stall
Inadequate atomizing air pressure
Poor finish or irregular spray
pattern
Dirty, worn, or damaged spray
applicator
Motor powered but nothing
Pump is packed out with dry or
comes out of hose
cured material
Hose is packed out with dry or
cured material
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Clear or service intake valve.
Service the pump lower.
Adjust air needle valve on applicator (see applicator
manual).
Service spray applicator (see applicator manual).
Disassemble and Clean the pump.
Try to flush the hose using water hose and/or
polyurethane tube.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Material is too thick to push
through the hose without
packing out
Cause
Hose is too restrictive
Solution
Thin and mix material thoroughly to a lower
viscosity.
Use a pump system priming fluid (slime). Wet out
the system.
Use a larger diameter hose.
Thoroughly mix in a pump-aid or performance
admixture to the material.
Electrical
Problem
Cause
Control board status light blinks The control board is detecting
multiple voltage surges
4 times repeatedly
Solution
Check voltage supply to the sprayer:
1. Turn the motor power switch (S) to OFF and
unplug the sprayer.
2. Locate a good voltage supply to prevent
damage to electronics.
Control board status light blinks Check for line obstruction or pack
5 times repeatedly
out. Motor is powered but not able
to turn.
Control board status light blinks The motor is overheating
6 times repeatedly
Control board status light blinks Incoming voltage is too low for
8 times repeatedly
sprayer operation
Open the relief valve to relieve pressure. Remove
the obstruction and cycle power off and on. If the
problem continues, contact your local distributor.
Allow the sprayer to cool. If the sprayer runs when
cool, correct the cause of overheating. Keep the
sprayer in a cooler location with good ventilation.
Make sure the motor air intake is not blocked. If
the sprayer still does not run, contact your local
distributor.
Check voltage supply to the sprayer:
1. Turn the motor power switch (S) to OFF and
unplug the sprayer.
2. Remove other equipment that uses the same
circuit.
Control board status light blinks The control board is overheating
10 times repeatedly
3. Locate a good voltage supply to avoid damage
to electronics.
1. Make sure the motor air intake is not blocked.
2. Make sure the fan has not failed.
3. Make sure the control board is properly
connected to the back plate and that conductive
thermal paste is used on power components.
4. Replace the control board.
Control board status light blinks Excessive current protection is
enabled
12 times repeatedly
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5. Replace the motor.
Cycle the power on and off.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
Control board status light blinks Connections above the motor may 1. Turn the motor power switch (S) to OFF and
15 times repeatedly
are loose or damaged
unplug the sprayer.
2. Remove the motor shroud.
3. Disconnect the motor control and inspect for
damage at the connectors.
4. Reconnect the motor control.
Control board status light blinks Check the connections. Check
16 times repeatedly
for water in sensor. Control is not
receiving motor position sensor
signal.
5. Turn the motor power switch (S) to ON. If the
blinking code continues, replace the motor.
1. Turn power OFF.
2. Remove the motor shroud.
3. Disconnect the motor control and inspect for
damage at the connectors.
4. Inspect the sensor for water. If the sensor is
wet, let it dry for 24 hours.
5. Re-install the sensor, motor control connections,
and shroud.
Control board status light blinks The sprayer is plugged into the
wrong voltage
17 times repeatedly
6. Turn power ON. If the problem continues,
replace the motor.
1. Set the motor power switch (S) to OFF and
unplug the sprayer.
2. Locate a good voltage supply to avoid damage
to electronics.
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3A3437B
Repair
Repair
Replace Pump Lower
Perform the procedure below to replace the entire
pump lower with a new or different pump lower.
1. Perform the Pressure Relief Procedure, page 21.
2. Disconnect the hopper, material hose, and
power.
3. Remove outlet fittings from the pump lower outlet.
4. Lift retaining spring (6m) and remove pin (6k).
5. Loosen jam nut (19) and unthread the pump
lower (6a).
6. Disconnect the piston extension rod (6b) by
removing clip (6e) and disassembling the coupler
cover (6d) and assembly coupling (6c). The
pump lower (6a) should now be separated from
all other parts. Replace the pump lower and
reinstall on the unit. If pump components need
replacing, see Replace Pump Components
4
1
3A3437B
NOTE: When reinstalling the pump lower, the jam
nut (19) should be threaded on the pump lower until
it bottoms out. The pump lower should be threaded
completely into the motor adapter (6f) and backed
off to the correct orientation position shown above.
Once in position, unthread the pump two additional
turns and secure the jam nut.
NOTICE
Failure to assemble the pump lower to the
correct depth and orientation can cause
damage to the pump. To avoid damage to the
pump, follow the Note above.
2
3
27
Repair
Replace Pump Components
Remove the pump lower (6a – 17G864) before replacing any pump components.
For a list of available pump lower kits, see the list on the following page.
28
3A3437B
Repair
Pump Components Parts List
Ref.
1
2
3
Part
17G220
17G859
17G865
4
5
17G321
17G331
6
7
17G795
16W491
8
9
17G794
†
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
†
17G817
17G798
†
17G330
†
†
†
†
Description
HOUSING, outlet
NUT, jam, black
KIT, bearing, seal
throat, 3–pack
NUT, packing, 340e
ROD, short,
displacement
GUIDE, ball, piston
PACKING, cup,
3–pack
VALVE, piston
SEAT, carbide, valve,
piston
PACKING, o-ring
STOP, ball, piston
BALL, neoprene, cs
core, 1.625
CYLINDER, short
PACKING, o-ring
CLAMP, 4 in., 1000 psi
SCREW, cap, hex hd
NUT, extension,
3/8–16
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Ref.
18
Part
17G226
19
20
17G221
†
21
†
22
15H833
†
17G793
23
2
3
4
1
2
2
4
4
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
† See List of Kits table for more information.
1
1
1
1
Description
HOUSING, inlet, ball
guide
HOUSING, inlet
SEA, carbide, valve,
inlet
O-RING, 50 mm x 2.5
mm
BALL, neo/sst core,
1.75 in.
GUIDE, ball, inlet
5
6
7
8
Apply grease lubricant to threads, o-rings
and seals.
Apply serviceable thread locker to threads.
anti--seize to threads.
Apply anti
+/--5 ft
ft--lb (40 +/
+/-- 6.7 N●m).
Torque to 30 +/
+/--5 ft
ft--lb (135 +/
+/-- 13.5 N●m).
Torque to 100 +/
+/--5 ft
ft--lb (271 +/
+/-- 13.5 N●m).
Torque to 200 +/
Orient clamps approximately as shown.
+/--2 ft
ft--lb (13 +/
+/-- 2.7 N●m).
Torque to 10 +/
List of Kits
Kit
25A233
17G456
17G862
17G863
25A467
16W490
3A3437B
Description
Pump rebuild kit
Pump lower clamp kit
Piston seat and o-ring
Inlet seat and o-ring
Check ball repair kit
Cylinder o-ring kit
Kit Contents
3 (1), 7 (1), 10 (1), 12 (1), 14 (2), 21 (1), 22 (1)
15 (1), 16 (2), 17 (2)
9 (1), 10 (1)
20 (1), 21 (1)
12 (1), 22 (1)
14 (10)
29
Parts
Parts
S340e Systems
30
3A3437B
Parts
Ref.
Part
Description
2
17J707
HOPPER, 340e, with
cover
1
3
17J709
BRACKET, 340e, painted,
hopper
1
7
17J812
BRACKET, stop,
adjustable, 340e
1
9
17J710
LATCH, adjustable
1
Qty.
†
BRACKET, stop, hopper
1
21
†
GASKET, hopper mount,
340e
1
22
†
PLATE, mount, threaded
stud, 340e
1
23
17G368
PIN, 3/8 in.
2
26
17H193
BOOT, elbow, rubber, 3
in. ID
1
27
17H196
CLAMP, hose, t-belt
2
SCREW, pan head,
machine, 3/8–16 x 2 in.
4
WASHER
8
29
100731
3A3437B
Part
Description
30
101566
NUT, lock
4
SCREW, cap, hex hd
6
SCREW, cap, btn hd, 5/16
in.
4
NUT, hex, flange head
6
34
20
28
Ref.
Qty.
39
125112
40
†
41
100527
WASHER, plain
7
42
111040
NUT, lock, insert, nylock,
5/16
7
44
17H025
PIN, 1/4 in. x 1–3/8 in.
1
61
195551‡ RETAINER, plug, adapter
1
62
242005‡ CORD SET, adapter,
Australia
1
63
242001‡ CORD SET, adapter,
Europe
1
† Included in Stop Brackets Kit 17J708.
‡ Only included in models 25A304 and 25A306.
31
Parts
S340e Systems (continued)
32
3A3437B
Parts
Ref.
Part
1
4
†
5
17J711
6a
17G864
6b
17G283
6c
244819
†
Description
Qty.
Ref.
Part
Description
Qty.
CART, 340e, painted
1
31
118444
SCREW, mach, slot, hex wash hd
4
MODULE, 340e, motor control, 120V
1
32
276980
GROMMET, cover
2
MODULE, 340e, motor control, 230V
1
34
SCREW, cap, hex hd
6
MOTOR, 340e, pump
1
35
117791
SCREW, cap, tri, lobe
2
PUMP, lower, S340e
1
36
191824
WASHER, space
2
1
37
111841
WASHER, plain, 5/8
2
1
38
101242
RING, retaining, ext.
2
6d
197340
ROD, extension, piston, 340e
COUPLING, assembly, 145–290
Xtreme
COVER, coupler
1
41
100527
WASHER, plain
7
6e
116407
CLIP, hairpin
1
42
111040
NUT, lock, insert, nylock, 5/16 in.
7
6f
17G279
ADAPTER, pump to motor, 340e
1
45
128758
FITTING, 1.5 cmlk f x 1.50 npt m
1
HOUSING, bearing
1
47
17G408
MANIFOLD, outlet, pump
1
6h
287395
ROD, connecting
1
48
17G388
FITTING, hose, 1–11 1/2 npt
1
6k
183210
PIN, str, hdls
1
50
127232
VALVE, ball, 1000 psi, 1 in.
1
6m
119778
SPRING, retaining
1
51
128473
FITTING, 1.5 cmlk m x 1.50 npt m
2
6n
†
GUARD, finger, weldment, 340e
1
52
GRIP, vinyl, gray, 1.25 in.
2
6g
6p
†
8
16G920
10
16V095
11*
17H175
12
BOLT, special, 5/16–24
1
53
BRACKET, F340e, mounting
1
WHEEL, semi pneumatic, offset
SCREW, mach, pnh, torx, self
tapping
PLUG, round
2
58
†
TOOL BOX
1
4
59
†
SCREW, mach, pnh
4
1
60
†
NUT, keps, hex hd
4
WIRE, jumper, remote
1
68
†
SCREW, flange, hex hd
2
BUSHING, strain relief
1
SWITCH, remote, ON/OFF
1
15
†
COVER, front, plastic, painted
1
69
†
16
†
SHIELD, motor, painted
1
71
17H197
17
106115
WASHER, lock (hi collar)
4
* Only included in models 25A300 and 25A304.
18
114666
SCREW, cap, socket head
4
See List of Kits table.
†See
PLUG, tube
2
19
1
Apply lubricant grease to threads.
3
Apply pipe sealant to threads.
1
5
in--lb (4.5–5.0 N●m).
Torque to 40–45 in
SCREW, shoulder
2
6
+/--5 ft
ft--lb (33.8 +/
+/-- 6.7 N●m).
Torque to 25 +/
LABEL, transparent
1
20
†
SWITCH, remote, 340e
1
21
†
GROMMET, 3/16 in. ID x 9/16 in. OD
1
22
†
GROMMET, 5/16 in. ID x 1 in. OD
24
119250
25
List of Kits
Kit
17J702
17J755
17J714
17J704
287282
17G554
17J705
3A3437B
Description
120V motor control module kit
230V motor control module kit
340e finger guard kit
Front cover kit
Motor shield kit
Remote switch accessory kit
Tool box kit
Kit Contents: Ref. # (Qty.)
4 (1), 10 (4), S340e Label (1), F340e Label (1)
4 (1), 10 (4), S340e Label (1), F340e Label (1)
6n (1), 6p (1)
15 (1), 31 (4), S340e Label (1), F340e Label (1)
16 (1), 24 (2), 32 (2)
20 (1), 21 (1), 22 (1), 68 (1), 69 (1), 71 (1)
58 (1), 59 (4), 60 (4)
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Parts
Driver and motor
34
3A3437B
Parts
Ref.
Part
Description
Qty.
Ref.
Part
Description
Qty.
5a
MOTOR, electric
1
18
114666
SCREW, cap, socket head
4
5b
GEAR, combination
1
24
119250
SCREW, shoulder
2
5c
HOUSING, drive
1
31
118444
SCREW, mach, slot, hex
wash hd
4
32
276980
GROMMET, cover
2
SCREW, cap, hex hd
6
LABEL, warning
1
5d
15D088
FAN, motor
1
5e
278075
BRACKET, wire
1
5f
15C753
SCREW, mach, hex wash
hd
5
5g
115477
SCREW, mach, torx pan hd
1
5h
114699
WASHER, thrust
1
5k
116192
WASHER, thrust
1
▲ Replacement Danger and Warning labels, tags, and
5m
114672
WASHER, thrust
2
† See List of Kits table.
HOUSING, bearing
1
6g
34
▲
76
192840
cards are available at no cost.
1 Torque to 190–210 in
in--lb (21.4–23.7 N●m).
6h
287395
ROD, connecting
1
6k
183210
PIN, str, hdls
1
6m
119778
SPRING, retaining
1
15†
15
COVER, front, plastic,
painted
1
5 Copper colored washer.
16†
16
SHIELD, motor, painted
1
6 Steel colored washer.
WASHER, lock (hi collar)
4
17
106115
3 Apply lubricant to all gear teeth proportionally.
List of Kits
Kit
Description
Kit Contents: Ref. # (Qty.)
17J711
F340e pump motor
5a--5h, 5k, 5m
5 (1) Includes 5a
17J704
Front cover kit
15 (1), 31 (4), S340e Label (1), F340e label (1)
287282
Motor shield kit
16 (1), 24 (2), 32 (2)
3A3437B
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Parts
Control Box
Ref.
Part
Description
Part
Description
Qty.
Ref.
201
CONTROL, board, 50 amp
1
213
PLUG, nylon
2
202
COVER, control, ultra, std
1
215
LABEL
1
216
16Y786
LABEL, control, elec, std
1
16T784
LABEL, warning, EN/FR/ES
1
218
16U215
SCREW, phillips, pan hd,
plastite
1
114391
SCREW, grounding
1
Qty.
203
116167
KNOB, potentiometer
1
204
256219
POTENTIOMETER, assembly
1
205
15H064
CORD, power
1
206
15D527
SWITCH, rocker, 240V
1
207
16T547
ADAPTER, cord
1
219
COIL, filter
1
220
LABEL, control, F340e,
proguard
1
221
GASKET, housing, motor,
control, F340e
1
208
209
16Z019
HARNESS, wiring, with light
1
211
15C973
GASKET
1
212
16T483
PLUG, hole, switch
1
▲
217
2 Torque to 10–15 in
in--lb (1.1–1.7 N●m).
3 Torque to 30–35 in
in--lb (3.3–3.9 N●m).
▲ Replacement Danger and Warning labels, tags, and cards are available at no cost.
NOTE: All Control Box Parts listed above are included in both the 120V Motor Control Module Kit (17J702) and 230V
Motor Control Module Kit (17J755).
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3A3437B
Parts
Accessories Repair Parts
Stucco Hose Kit 25A218
Ref.
Part
Description
1
25A217
APPLICATOR, stucco, 6 in. lg
with cam fitting
1
2
25A214
HOSE, assy, 1.5 in. x 25 ft,
750 max wp
1
3
25A215
HOSE, assy, 1.25 in. x 25 ft,
750 max wp
1
Qty.
Ref.
Part
Description
4
248515
BALL, sponge, 30 mm, 5–pack
1
5
25A227
BALL, sponge, 40 mm, 5–pack
1
6
25A228
BALL, sponge, 45 mm, 5–pack
1
Ref.
Part
Description
Qty.
EIFS Hose Kit 25A219
Ref.
Part
Description
1
25A515
APPLICATOR, htx, EIFS,
finish
1
4
25A215
HOSE, assy, 1.25 in. x 25 ft,
750 max wp
1
2
17G767
COUPLER, 1.50 cmlk x 1 cmlk
m
1
5
248515
BALL, sponge, 30 mm, 5–pack
1
6
25A227
BALL, sponge, 40 mm, 5–pack
1
3
25A216
HOSE, assy, 1.0 in. x 10 ft,
1000 max wp
1
7
25A228
BALL, sponge, 45 mm, 5–pack
1
3A3437B
Qty.
Qty.
37
Notes
Notes
38
3A3437B
Technical Specifications
Technical Specifications
ToughTek S340e Sprayer
Maximum Fluid Working Pressure
Stroke Length
Maximum pump speed (Do not exceed maximum
recommended speed of fluid pump to prevent
premature pump wear)
Weight (dry)
Wetted Parts
Fluid inlet Size
Fluid Outlet Size
Power Requirements
Metric
U.S.
600 psi
4.1 MPa, 41 Bar
57 mm
2.25 in.
150 cycles per minute
210 lb
95 kg
Stainless steel, plated steel, carbide, urethane, PTFE,
UHMWPE, LLDPE, aluminum, neoprene
3.0 in.
7.6 cm
1.5 in. npt(f) with 1.5 in. cam and groove fitting
120 V Models
120 VAC, single phase, 50/60 Hz
230 V Models
230 VAC, single phase, 50/60 Hz
Hose Requirements
Minimum Pressure
600 psi
4.1 MPa, 41 Bar
Minimum Hose Diameter
1.0 in.
2.5 cm
25 ft
7.6 m
Minimum Hose Length
Power Requirements
120 V Models
1 phase, 50/60 Hz
230 V Models
1 phase, 50/60 Hz
Noise Level
Sound Power
90.4 dBa*
Sound Pressure
80.5 dBa*
*per ISO 3744; measured at 3.1 ft
3A3437B
39
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name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale 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
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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.
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