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Instructions - Parts
MD2 Valve
312185V
EN
For use with disposable mixers to dispense a variety of sealants and adhesives. For
professional use only.
120 psi (0.84 MPa, 8.4 bar) Maximum Air Inlet Pressure
Important Safety Instructions
Read all warnings and instructions in this
manual. Save these instructions.
See page 2 for model information, including maximum working pressure and approvals.
TI9964A
MD2 Valve Models
Contents
MD2 Valve Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Component Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Graco Standard Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Graco Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
MD2 Valve Models
MD2 Valves
Part No.
Maximum Working Pressure
psi (MPa, bar)
255179
255180
255181
1:1 Soft seat, adjustable snuff-back
3000 psi (20.7 MPa, 207 bar
255182
255183
Description
1:1 Hard seat, non-adjustable snuff-back
Wide ratio, soft seat, adjustable snuff-back
Wide ratio, hard seat, non-adjustable snuff-back
2000 psi (13.8 MPa, 138 bar)
Cold spray/joint fill valve
MD2 Valve Handles
255206
120 psig (0.84 MPa, 8.4 bar)
Air trigger
255208
3A @ 28 VDC
Electric air actuated
255249
0.5 @ 28 VDC
Electric actuated lever
Model Selection
The following table provides a summary of the MD2 dispense valves that are described in this manual.
Type
2
Description
Hand held valves with
internal air trigger
The internal air trigger controls the air piston that operates the MD2 valve. A pilot port
can be used to control a pump motor.
Hand held valve with
electric switch
The switch signals the customer’s controller to open and close the ports on the MD2
valve using a remote 4-way air control valve which is not included.
Wide ratio valves
The wide ratio MD2 valve has a center injection tip. This feature is helpful with wider
ratio applications, specifically when the low volume material is a much lower viscosity
than the high volume material. Frequent cleaning intervals may be required to maintain
the tip.
Hard seats
Carbide seats and hardened needles are good for abrasive materials and stall against
pressure applications.
Soft seats
UHMWPE seals are good for precise snuff-back control.
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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 symbol refers to procedure-specific risk. Refer back
to these warnings. Additional, product-specific warnings may be found throughout the body of this manual where
applicable.
WARNING
SKIN INJECTION HAZARD
High-pressure fluid from dispense valve, 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.
• Do not point dispense valve at anyone or at any part of the body.
• Do not put your hand over the end of the dispense nozzle.
• Do not stop or deflect leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag.
• Follow Pressure Relief Procedure in this manual, when you stop spraying and before cleaning,
checking, or servicing equipment.
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 MSDS forms from distributor or retailer.
• Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine manufacturer’s replacement parts only.
• Do not alter or modify equipment.
• 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.
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 MSDS’s 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.
• Always wear impervious gloves when spraying or cleaning equipment.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
You must wear appropriate protective equipment when operating, servicing, or when in the operating
area of the equipment to help protect you from serious injury, including eye injury, inhalation of toxic
fumes, burns, and hearing loss. This equipment includes but is not limited to:
• Protective eyewear
• Clothing and respirator as recommended by the fluid and solvent manufacturer
• Gloves
• Hearing protection
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Warnings
WARNING
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 arc).
• Keep work area free of debris, including solvent, rags and gasoline.
• Do not plug or unplug power cords, or turn power or light switches on or off when flammable fumes
are present.
• Ground all equipment in the work area. See Grounding instructions.
• Use only grounded hoses.
• Hold gun firmly to side of grounded pail when triggering into pail.
• If there is static sparking or you feel a shock, stop operation immediately. Do not use equipment
until you identify and correct the problem.
• Keep a working fire extinguisher in the work area.
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Component Identification
Component Identification
C
B
F
A
D
H
C
G
B
E
TI10391A
FIG. 1: Component Identification
Key:
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Snuff-back adjustment knob (soft seat versions only)
1/8 in. npt (f) air to close (O).
1/8 in. npt (f) air to open (I).
9/16 straight thread o-ring boss “B” fluid inlet (low volume)
9/16 straight thread o-ring boss “A” fluid inlet (high
volume)
Zerk grease fitting
Nosepiece with 7/8-9 bell outlet
Air cylinder
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Features
Features
Electric Switch Valve
Pneumatic Valve
1/4 in npt (f)
air inlet
Series A handle shown
TI10383A
TI10407A
Normally open momentary contact switch
Note: The Trigger/Lever activates an electrical switch in
the handle, which activates a remote 4 way solenoid
valve. Bring an “OPEN” air signal to the 1/8 in. npt(f)
port (I) on this side of the valve, and a “CLOSE” signal
to the port (O). See Accessories, page 23, to order fittings and tubing.
The 1/8 in. npt (f) port (I) can be used to send an “ON”
signal back to a pump pilot or control. See FIG. 1.
Electric Actuated Lever Valve
TI10409A
FIG. 2: Features of the MD2 Valves
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Installation
Installation
Grounding
The following grounding instructions are minimum
requirements for a basic dispensing system. Your system may include other equipment or objects which must
be grounded. Check your local electrical code for
detailed grounding instructions for your area and type of
equipment. Your system must be connected to a
true-earth ground.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Pump: ground the pump by connecting ground wire
and clamp as described in your separate pump
instruction manual.
Air compressors and hydraulic power supplies:
ground the equipment according to the manufacturer's recommendations.
Fluid hoses: use only grounded fluid hoses with a
maximum of 500 feet (150 m) combined hose length
to ensure grounding continuity. Check the electrical
resistance of your fluid hoses at least once a week.
If your hose does not have a tag on it which specifies the maximum electrical resistance, contact the
hose supplier or manufacturer for the maximum
electrical resistance limits, replace the hose immediately.
Dispensing valve: ground the valve by connecting
it to a properly grounded fluid hose and pump.
Fluid supply container: ground according to your
local code.
Flammable liquids in the dispense area: must be
in approved, grounded containers. Do not store
more than the quantity needed for one shift.
All solvent pails used when flushing: ground
according to local code. Use only metal pails, which
are conductive. Do not place the pail on a non-conductive surface, such as paper or cardboard, which
interrupts the grounding continuity.
To maintain grounding continuity when flushing or
relieving pressure, hold a metal part of the valve
firmly to the side of a grounded metal pail, then trigger the valve.
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How to Use the Valve Trigger
Safety
1. If you are using one of the hand-held versions of the
valve, lock the valve trigger safety by turning the
latch to a right angle with the gun body. See FIG. 3.
2. To unlock the valve trigger safety turn it parallel with
the gun body.
LOCKED
TI10442A
UNLOCKED
TI10441A
FIG. 3
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Setup
Setup
Fluid and Air Connections
Selecting Hoses
9/16 Straight Thread O-Ring Boss Fluid
Inlets
Hoses between your proportioner and the MD2 valve
should be selected carefully. Many factors effect hose
selection.
There is one fluid inlet on the A-side and one fluid inlet
on the B-side. The fluid inlets are located on the side of
the valve and swivel to permit various mounting and
hose configurations.
1/8 npt(f) Air Inlets
The machine mount valves and the electric switch
hand-held valves have an on port (I) and off port (O),
which are operated by a remote 4-way air control valve.
Use one of the two air inlets located on the bottom and
on the back of the valve.
The air switch hand-held valves have a single air inlet
with an internal 4-way spool which operates the air piston.
See Accessories on page 19, to order air control valves
and tubing.
Inlet Check Valves
Inlet check valves are recommended on the fluid inlets
where viscosity allows. An inlet check valve prevents
back-flow or crossover when the mixer is plugged or one
fluid is much lower viscosity than the other. When
required, a high crack pressure check valve is installed
to maintain back-pressure on low viscosity fluids.
1. Fluid Compatibility: Fluid must not degrade the
core material or end fittings of the hose. Nylon or
PTFE cores are commonly used for chemical compatibility. If your fluid is moisture sensitive you
should use PTFE or Moisture-Lok hoses.
2. Pressure Rating: Be sure hoses have a working
pressure rating above the pressure capability of the
system.
3. Compressibility: Hoses, especially nylon paint
hoses, expand with an increase in pressure. A pressure change in the system may cause a volume
change, which can appear as a ratio error with wide
mix ratios. Compressible hoses absorb pressure
spikes which is helpful to the operator during an
application, such as trying to lay a bead.
4. Internal Diameter: Small I.D.'s create higher back
pressures, lower flows, and small retained volume.
Typically hose I.D.'s are selected for:
a. System Pressure Balance. “A” pressure drop
vs. “B” pressure drop.
b. Volume Balance. A:B volume ratio vs. Hose
retained volume.
c.
Flexibility and weight for operator or robot.
See Accessories on page 19 for a list of check valves.
Balancing the System
A proportioner is used to feed the two-component dispense valve. The system must be pressure balanced to
avoid “lead-lag” ratio errors when starting and stopping
the flow.
d. Overall Pressure Drop. Pressure drop should
be minimum possible within the above guidelines.
5. Length: Hoses normally are kept as short as practical to minimize pressure drop and compressible volume. 10 ft (3.1 m) is recommended for reciprocating
pump systems.
Balancing is done by hose sizing or inlet check restriction. A properly balanced system has near equal
back-pressure on the gauges when flowing without a
mixer installed.
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Setup
System Start-up
When initially loading the fluids through the system,
leave the mixer off until both fluids flow freely from the
nose piece without any air. This prevents cross contamination from having fluid on one side pushing back up
the other side.
Mixer Selection
Disposable mixers are available from 3/16 in. I.D. to 1/2
in. I.D. in lengths from 12 elements to 36 elements. In
general, wide viscosity or mix ratios require more mix
elements. Small I.D. mixers produce lower flow, higher
back-pressure, and waste little material. Large I.D. mixers produce higher flow, lower back-pressure, and fewer
lead-lag ratio errors. Different mixers can have differing
snuff-back characteristics.
Setting the Amount of
Snuff-back
NOTE: For Models 255179 and 255181 only
The MD2 valves with hard seats use two snuff-back
restrictor rings (13) to set the amount of snuff-back.
These two rings are trapped between the main valve
body and the nose piece. When the fluid valve pulls
back to close, it enters the restrictions, stops flow, and
pulls the fluid back until the needle reaches its carbide
seat.
Maximum snuff-back results when both restrictors are
used. Some snuff-back is still achieved without the
restrictors because of the pull-back action of the needles.
When dispensing wide mix ratios, it is best to use a
snuff-back restrictor only on the high volume side. This
keeps the high volume side from being pulled back into
the low volume side.
The MD2 valves with soft seats have an adjustable
snuff-back. Turn the knob on the back of the soft seat
MD2 valve to adjust the amount of snuff-back.
In general, use only as much snuff-back as necessary to
give a good cut-off of flow. Too much snuff-back pulls an
air bubble into the mixer. This can cause a drip, or
cause the mixer to spit when the valve is re-opened.
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Operation
Operation
Pressure Relief Procedure
•
•
1. Shut off the air to the supply pumps.
2. Close the bleed-type master air valve (required in
your system).
3. Hold a metal part of the valve firmly to the side of a
grounded metal pail, and trigger the dispense valve
to relieve pressure.
4. Shut off the air to the dispense valve, if applicable.
If you suspect that the dispense needle or hose is completely clogged, or that pressure has not been fully
relieved after following the steps above, very slowly
loosen the hose end coupling and relieve pressure gradually, then loosen completely. Now clear the needle or
hose.
Lever Actuated Valve and
Electric Switch Hand-held Valve
•
•
•
•
Be sure the air supply lines are connected correctly
to the (I) and (O) valve air ports.
To open or close the valve and maintain the open or
closed status, a minimum of 40 psi (280 kPa, 2.8
bar) air pressure must be supplied and maintained
at the (I) or (O) port.
The trigger and lever only activates the electrical
switch in the handle, which turns the remote solenoid on and off. See page 20 for electrical diagram.
Trigger the gun or pull the lever to turn the solenoid
on. Release the trigger or lever to turn the solenoid
off.
Apply and maintain air pressure to the ON (I) air port
on the valve, and remove air pressure from the OFF
(O) air port on the valve to open the valve.
Apply and maintain air pressure to the OFF (O) air
port on the valve, and remove air pressure from the
ON (I) air port on the valve to close the valve.
Pneumatic Hand-held Valve
The valve operation is such that it is either fully open or
fully closed.
The valve is opened and closed by the internal air control valve. Trigger the gun to open the valve. Release
the trigger to close the valve.
Ratio Checking
The output mix ratio of your proportioner can be
checked by dispensing the two fluids separately out of
the nosepiece into tared cups. The cups can then be
weighed and the weights divided to get the mix ratio by
weight.
Use ratio check nozzles 255247 with 15K688 retaining
nut for 1:1 models, or 255245 with 15K688 retaining nut
for 10:1 models to make ratio checks.
Ratio checks provide information on the ratio of an overall sample. Transient problems (soft spots) caused by
starting and stopping the flow (lead-lag) may not show
up in this kind of ratio check. Physical tests of the mixed
fluid are the best check of correct ratio and mix quality.
Machine Mount Valve
•
•
10
Be sure the air supply lines are connected correctly
to the ON (I) and OFF (O) valve air ports.
To open or close the valve and maintain the open or
closed status, a minimum of 40 psi (280 kPa, 2.8
bar) air pressure must be supplied and maintained
at the ON (I) or OFF (O) port.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Daily Shutdown
When you are through using the MD2 valve, the outlet to
the mixer should be cleaned and protected from drying
or crystallization.
1. Remove and properly dispose of the static mixer.
2. Dispense a shot of material into a waste container
to clear any crossover in the nosepiece.
3. Wipe the nose with a clean rag being careful not to
let the materials contact each other.
4. Install the PTFE night cap (1:1 valves - 15K652,
10:1 valves - 15K628) and retaining nut (15K688).
Preventive Maintenance
There is a grease filled secondary seal/bearing area on
each valve shaft. Every 10,000 cycles, or twice each
month, new grease should be flushed across this area.
To grease the valve:
1. Remove the zerk grease fitting from each side of the
front or back of the valve.
2. Pump grease (115982) with grease gun (117792)
across the valve until clean grease comes out of the
other side.
3. Reinstall the zerk grease fitting.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Problem
Valve does not open.
Valve does not close and leaks.
Higher than normal back pressure.
Soft spots in mixed material.
Low flow rate.
12
Cause
Insufficient air pressure.
Air not exhausted from the front side
of air cylinder piston.
Insufficient air pressure.
Air not exhausted from the back side
of air cylinder piston.
Blockage between needle and seat.
Damaged or missing gasket between
seat and housing (hard seat only).
Damaged or worn needle or seat.
Too little snuff-back.
Nose piece is clogged.
Mixer is curing.
Nose piece is clogged on one side.
System is not properly balanced.
High static pressures build when
valve shuts off.
Snuff-back rings (13) are installed
(hard seat only).
Solution
Turn on air or increase air pressure.
Use 4-way, relieving type air valve.
Turn on air or increase air pressure.
Use 4-way, relieving type air valve.
Remove and clean needle and seat.
Replace gasket (38).
Replace both the needle and seat.
Unscrew snuff-back adjustment needle (25) 1/4 turn at a time.
Remove and clean.
Replace mixer.
Remove and clean.
Balance system with hoses, check
valves, restrictors.
Turn off proportioner pump when
valve closes.
Remove snuff-back rings if they are
not required for maximum snuff-back.
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Repair
Repair
Disassembly
5. Remove the two fluid housing screws (18) and
clamps (17) from the fluid housing (14). Slide the
fluid housing (14) off of the air cylinder (2). See FIG.
5.
6. Remove the bearings (11), bearing o-rings (36, 13),
and secondary fluid seals (12, 15).
1. Relieve all air and fluid pressure, page 10.
2
2. Disconnect the valve from the system.
16
11
NOTE: In the following steps, keep the parts
from the A side and B side separate to prevent
cured material from forming on them.
3. Remove the two nosepiece screws (19), and pull
the nosepiece (29) away from the valve. Remove
the needle seats (27) and o-rings (20) for the
255179 and 255181 models. See FIG. 4.
14 15
4. 255179 and 255181 only: use a 5/32 in. socket
(4mm) to unscrew the needle (25). If the shaft (5)
spins, insert a dowel pin in the shaft hole to hold it
steady, then unscrew the needle. Slide the seal (26)
off the needle. Repeat for the other needle (25).
36
12
13
17
18
TI9974A
FIG. 5
255180 and 255182 models: use a 3/32 pin punch
to remove the needle, then remove the seats (27)
and gaskets (28) from the inlet housing.
26
20 14
27
25
19
29
TI9972A
FIG. 4
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Repair
7. Remove the retaining ring (1) from the back of the
air cylinder (2). Push the two shafts (5) into the air
cylinder (2) to dislodge the air cylinder cap (22). See
FIG. 6.
204
210
8. Push the two shafts (5) to dislodge the piston (9)
assembly from the air cylinder (2).
213
203
202
9. Use an o-ring pick to remove the o-rings (23) and
use a screwdriver to remove the sleeve bearings (7)
from the air cylinder (2).
203
10. Remove the o-rings (6) from the piston (9) and air
cylinder cap (22).
11. Remove the screw (24) and snuff-back adjustment
knob (21) from the cap (22). Use an o-ring pick to
remove the o-ring (23).
214
205
212
1
FIG. 7
Electric Switch Handle (if equipped)
21
6
TI10408A
206
201
12. Remove the lock nuts (3), the pin (8), o-rings (4),
and piston o-ring (6) from the shaft (5).
211
1. Disconnect the power from the gun.
22
3
23
24
39
2. The switch and cable are not repairable. Replace
these parts as a complete assembly. Use kit 255463
for series A handles. Use kit 24D049 for series B
handles.
3. Loosen the relief connector (112) and remove the
air valve plug (111).
2
6
9
4
23
7
5
4. Remove the wire which will take the electric
switch (114) and spacer (115) with it.
8
TI9975B
FIG. 6
112
Pneumatic Handle (if equipped)
115 111
114
1. Remove the four screws (214). Pull the handle (205)
and gasket (204) away from the air cylinder (2).
113
2. Unscrew air valve plug (211) and remove spring
(213). Using a small diameter tool, push spool (202)
out from front. Inspect o-rings (203).
116
120
101
TI10384B
104
FIG. 8
14
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Repair
Reassembly
6. 255179 and 255181, Insert the seals (26) with the
springs facing into the fluid housing (14).
Air Cylinder Section
7. With the “X” on the nosepiece on the same side as
the “MD2” on the air cylinder, install the nosepiece
(31) with the o-rings (20), seats (27), and nosepiece
screws (19). Tighten the nosepiece screws to
115-120 in-lb (14-15 N•m).
1. Lubricate the shaft o-rings (23) and the bearings (7).
Insert o-rings into the air cylinder (2) and air cap
(22) cavities.See FIG. 6.
NOTE: The snuff-back adjustment knob (21),
shaft o-rings (23), and screw (24) are not present in models 255180, 255182, and 255183.
2. 255179 and 255182 only: Insert the snuff-back
adjustment knob (21) in the cap (22). Tighten the
screw (24) on the end of the snuff-back adjustment
knob (21). Torque to 25-30 in.-lb (2.8-3.4 N•m).
3. Press the bearings (7) flush into the air cylinder
housing (2) and air cap (22), trapping the o-rings
(23).
4. Lubricate and reassemble the piston assembly: piston (9), o-ring (6), dowel pin (8), nuts (3), o-ring (4),
and air cylinder shafts (5). Tighten nuts (3) to 25-30
in-lb (2.8-3.4 N•m). The shafts (5) should hang with
some play to be self-aligning in the bearing.
5. Lubricate the air cylinder (2) ID. Push the piston (9)
assembly into the air cylinder.
6. Lubricate and assemble the o-ring (6) onto cap (22).
Push cap (22) into cylinder (2).
7. Install the outside retaining ring (1).
Fluid Section
1. Lubricate the bearings (11), o-rings (13, 36) and
seals (12, 15). Put the o-rings (13, 36) on the bearings. Carefully insert the seals (12) into the bearing
recess, with the lips of the seals facing into the bearing. Insert the seals (15) into the bearing with the
spring facing out of the housing. Be careful not to
damage the seal lips. See FIG. 5.
2. Push the bearings (11) into the air cylinder (2).
3. Grease the fluid housing (14) and install over the
bearings (11). Install the clamps (17) and screws
(18). Tighten to 25-30 in-lb (2.8-3.4 N•m).
8. 255181 and 255182, Install injector tube (30) with
assembly tool (48). Torque to 40-50 in-lb (4.5-5.6
N•m).
9. 255181 and 255182, Install injector tip (47) and
torque to 25-30 in-lb (2.8-3.4 N•m).
10. Remove zerk grease fitting (39). Fill grease in the
grease port below until grease begins to exit where
the zerk grease fitting (39) was located. Repeat for
the other zerk grease fitting (39). See FIG. 6.
Pneumatic Handle (if equipped)
1. Liberally lubricate o-rings (203) and reassemble.
Install spool (202) and spring (213). Torque plug
(211) to 125-135 in-lb (14-15 N•m). See FIG. 7.
2. Align the gasket (204) and dispense valve on the
top of the handle (205). Torque the four screws
(214) evenly to 15-20 in-lb (1.7-2.2 N•m).
Electric Switch Handle (if equipped)
1. Install the plunger (113) and spring (116). See FIG.
8.
2. Insert the switch assembly (255463) while routing
the ground lug (108) through the hole in the top of
the handle.
3. Torque plug (111) to 125-135 in-lb (14-15 N•m).
4. Tighten the strain relief (112).
5. Install the ground screw (110) through the lock
washer (109) and ground lug (108). Torque to 15-20
in-lb (1.7-2.2 N•m).
6. Align the dispense valve on the top of the handle
(101). Torque the four screws (120) evenly to 15-20
lb (1.7-2.2 N•m).
4. For 255180 and 255182, insert the gaskets (28) and
seats (27).
5. Screw in the needle (25) and tighten it to 25-30 in.-lb
(2.8-3.4 N•m). See FIG. 4.
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Parts
Parts
255179 and 255181
29
2
255181
18
16
1
17
47 30
12✖
11
13✖
36✖
15✖
2
19
29
14
20*†
26*
27*
1
4❖✖
25*
5✖
8
7❖
39
2
23❖
1
24
23❖
21
1
22
1
Torque to 25-30 in-lb (2.8-3.4 N•m).
2
Torque to115-120 in-lb (14-15 N•m).
16
6
TI21240A
6❖
3
1
9
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Parts
MD2 Valve
The parts listed below are common to all MD2 Dispense
valves. Parts which vary are found in the table at the
bottom of this page.
Ref
1
2
3
4❖✖
5✖
6❖
7❖
Part
120762
24X839
102920
157628
15K421
156593
551181
8
9
11
12✖
13✖
14
15✖
16
17
18
551183
626067
15K422
551191
113746
15K441
120768
15K442
15K444
121224
Description
RING, retainer
KIT, housing, air cylinder
NUT, lock
O-RING, buna-n
SHAFT, primary
O-RING, buna-n
BEARING, sleeve 1/4, 3/8, 1/4,
nylon
PIN, dowel 1/8 x 1.25 18-8 sst
PISTON, air cylinder
BEARING, seal
PACKING, u-cup, nitrile
O-RING
HOUSING, inlet
SEAL, UHMWPE
SPACER, valve
CLAMP, adapter, inlet
SCREW, cap, socket head, M5 x
0.8 x 8 mm
Ref.
No. Description
Qty
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Ref
19
Part
Description
Qty
107530 SCREW, cap, socket head, high
2
strength
20*† 117517 O-RING, fluoroelastomer
2
32
15K688 NUT, mixer; not shown
1
33
104765 PLUG, pipe, headless; not shown
2
36✖ 118594 O-RING, fluoroelastomer
2
38
551189 LUBRICANT, grease 3 oz. car1
tridge; not shown
39
120892 FITTING, grease
4
❖ Parts included in Valve Air Cylinder Repair Kit
255217 (purchase separately).
✖ Parts included in Valve Lube Seal Repair Kit 255218
(purchase separately).
*
Parts included in Front Valve Repair Kit 255219 (purchase separately).
† Parts included in Front Valve Repair Kit 255220 (purchase separately).
1:1
10:1
255179
255181
Qty
KNOB, snuff-back, adjust
22a CAP, air cylinder, snuff-back
❖23 O-RING, buna-n
24 STOP, snuff-back
25 NEEDLE, snuff-back
26 SEAL, UHMWPE
27 SEAT, needle
29 HOUSING, nose
30 TUBE, injector, sst
31 CAP; not shown
15K419
15K419
15K420
15K420
1
156454
156454
3
15V627
15V627
1
*15K428
*120784
*15K460
*15K428
*120784
*15K460
2
40
47
48
21
ADAPTER, ratio check
TIP, injector
TOOL, assembly aid; not shown
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15K445
1
2
2
15K649
1
15V624
1
15K652
15V628
2
255247
256794
15V623
256793
1
1
1
17
Parts
255180, 255182, and 255183
16
18
2
1
29
29
255182 47 30
17
12✖
11
13✖
36✖
15✖
2
19
14
26†
28†
20*†
27†
4❖✖
25†
5✖
8
7❖
39
2
23❖
1
6
22
1
Torque to 25-30 in-lb (2.8-3.4 N•m).
2
Torque to115-120 in-lb (14-15 N•m).
3
1
TI21241A
6❖
9
18
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Parts
MD2 Valve
The parts listed below are common to all MD2 Dispense
valves. Parts which vary are found in the table at the
bottom of this page.
Ref
1
2
3
4❖✖
5✖
6❖
7❖
Part
120762
24X840
102920
157628
15K421
156593
551181
8
9
11
12✖
13✖
14
15✖
16
17
18
551183
626067
15K422
551191
113746
15K441
120768
15K442
15K444
121224
Description
RING, retainer
KIT, housing, air cylinder
NUT, lock
O-RING, buna-n
SHAFT, primary
O-RING, buna-n
BEARING, sleeve 1/4, 3/8, 1/4,
nylon
PIN, dowel 1/8 x 1.25 18-8 sst
PISTON, air cylinder
BEARING, seal
PACKING, u-cup, nitrile
O-RING
HOUSING, inlet
SEAL, UHMWPE
SPACER, valve
CLAMP, adapter, inlet
SCREW, cap, socket head, M5 x
0.8 x 8 mm
Ref.
No. Description
Qty
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
❖ Parts included in Valve Air Cylinder Repair Kit
255217 (purchase separately).
✖ Parts included in Valve Lube Seal Repair Kit 255218
(purchase separately).
*
Parts included in Front Valve Repair Kit 255219 (purchase separately).
† Parts included in Front Valve Repair Kit 255220 (purchase separately).
10:1
255180
255183
255182
15K652
40
47
48
255247
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Description
Qty
SCREW, high strength
2
O-RING, fluoroelastomer
2
NUT, mixer; not shown
1
PLUG, pipe, headless; not shown
2
O-RING, fluoroelastomer
2
LUBRICANT, grease 3 oz. car1
tridge; not shown
120892 FITTING, grease
4
299518 CAP, plug; not shown
2
1:1
15K447
ADAPTER, ratio check
TIP, injector
TOOL, assembly aid
39
42
Part
107530
117517
15K688
104765
118594
551189
1:1
CAP, air cylinder
❖23 O-RING, buna-n
25 NEEDLE, snuff-back
26 SEAL, UHMWPE
27 SEAT, needle
28 GASKET, seat
29 HOUSING, nose
30 TUBE, injector, sst
31 CAP; not shown
22
Ref
19
20*†
32
33
36✖
38
15K447
Qty
15K447
1
156454
156454
156454
2
† 626062
† 185467
† 626060
† 171860
† 626062
† 185467
2
† 171860
† 626062
† 185467
† 626060
† 171860
15K445
16T648
15K649
1
15V624
15V624
1
15K652
15V628
2
255247
24P850
15V623
256793
1
1
1
2
2
2
19
Parts
Electric Switch Handle, 255208
NOTE: Extension cable 123660 is available.
112*
1
1
105
111*
2
115*
106
114*
116
113
120
119*
104
101
TI14761A
TI10384B
Series B handle shown
1
Torque to 25 in-lb (2.8 N•m).
2
Torque to 125-135 in-lb (14-15 N•m).
Ref
101
Part
Description
Qty
15K666 HANDLE, 2K, dispense valve,
1
electric
104 15B209 TRIGGER, gun
1
105 192272 PIN, pivot
1
106 203953 SCREW, cap, hex hd, 10-24
1
UNC-3A x 3/8
111*
PLUG, air valve
1
112*
CONNECTOR, relief 1/4 npt
1
113 15K668 PLUNGER, trigger, 2K handle
1
114*
SWITCH, elect mini snap action
1
115*
SPACER, switch
1
116 551396 SPRING, 0.26X, 0.37X, 0.51 music
1
wire
119*
CABLE, trigger, female, 3-pin con1
nector (Series A Handles Only)
CABLE, trigger, male, 4-pin con1
nector (Series B Handles Only)
120 117026 SCREW, cap, sch, M5 x 0.80 x
4
12 mm
* Parts included in Series A Handles Kit 255463 and
Series B Handles Kit 24D049 (purchase separately).
20
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Parts
Pneumatic Handle, 255206
204
216
4
210
215
213
203
211
3
3
2
202
203
2
214
207
1
Torque to 35 in-lb (4 N•m).
205
2
Apply lubricant on seals.
3
Apply thread sealant. Torque to 130 in-lb (15 N•m).
4
Torque to 25 in-lb (2.8 N•m).
212
206
3
1
201
TI21242A
Ref
201
202
203*
204
205
206
207
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
*
Part
Description
Qty
100721 PLUG, pipe
1
15B202 VALVE, spool
1
O-RING, chemically resistant fluorocarbon 3
15K661 GASKET, handle
1
15K658 HANDLE, 2K dispense valve, air
1
119626 PLUG, breather
1
192272 PIN, pivot
1
203953 SCREW, cap hex hd, 10-24 UNC-3A x 3/8
1
15B208 PLUG, air valve, 1/4 npt
1
15B209 TRIGGER, gun
1
117485 SPRING, compression
1
117026 SCREW, cap, sch, M5 x 0.80 x 12 mm
4
117509 COUPLER, line, air, 1/4 npt
1
117510 FITTING, line, air, 1/4 npt
1
Parts included in Kit 246354 (purchase separately).
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Parts
Actuated Lever, 255249
302
305
1
307
319
303
304
308
306
310
1
301
309
303
1
Torque to 25 in-lb (2.8 N•m).
TI10410B
Ref
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
319
22
Part
15K922
121191
100015
100016
192272
203953
551318
121192
121193
15M479
121194
Description
BLOCK, mounting lever, 2K
BOLT, eye, 1/4-20 x 2 in. (51 mm)
NUT, hex, 1/4-20 UNC 2-B
WASHER, lock
PIN, pivot
SCREW, cap, hex, hd
CONNECTOR, relief, 1/4 npt
SWITCH, pushbutton
PLUNGER, spring, 1/4-20
LEVER, actuator, valve
SCREW, socket head cap, M5 - 0.8 x
30 mm (not shown)
123619 CABLE, trigger
Qty
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
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Accessories
Accessories
Plastic Tube Fittings to Connect Air Signals
Tube OD
1/8 NPT (M) Straight
1/8 NPT (M) 90° Swivel
5/32 in.
1/4 in.
114263
115671
114151
112698
Tube OD
1/4 NPT (M) Straight
1/4 NPT (M) 90° Swivel
5/32 in.
1/4 in.
598252
104165
114469
114109
Inlet Check Valves (3000 psi working pressure)
Part No.
Size
501867
501684
949709
949710
1/4 NPT (M x M)
3/8 NPT (M x M)
3/8 NPT (M x M)
3/8 NPT (M x M)
Description
303 sst with PTFE o-ring poppet (2 psi crack pressure).
303 sst with PTFE o-ring poppet (2 psi crack pressure).
Carbon steel carbide seat (50 psi crack pressure).
Carbon steel carbide seat (100 psi crack pressure).
Catalyst Injectors
Catalyst injectors are restrictive check valves which are often used to create back pressure on the catalyst side inlet
to the MD2 valve. Catalyst injectors are also used to balance pressures and flow on wide-ratio, low-viscosity catalyst
applications.
Injector No.
Size Code
Bore Dia.
Needle Dia.
Typical
Application
Viscosity
948291
#125
0.125 in.
0.086 in.
500-50,000 cps
Polysulfide
948258
#35
0.110 in.
0.086 in.
1000-10,000 cps
Silicone
947937
#40
0.098 in.
0.086 in.
200-1,500 cps
Urethane
570251
#42
0.0935 in.
0.086 in.
50-800 cps
Urethane
Typical Used
Sealant*
* Wide ratio applications 8:1 to 13:1 by volume.
** Injectors have a “snout” and must be screwed into a 1/4 npt(f) female coupling. Inlet is 1/4 npt(f).
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Accessories
Plastic Tubing for Air Signal Lines
Part No.
Description
514607
5/32 in. O.D. Nylon
C12509
1/4 in. O.D. Nylon
Mixers and Shroud
ID x # elements
50 pack
250 pack
Shroud
3/16 x 32
LC0077
LC0084
LC0063
1/4 x 24
LC0078
LC0085
LC0057
3/8 x 24
LC0079
LC0086
LC0058
3/8 x 36
LC0080
LC0087
LC0059
3/8 Combo
LC0081
LC0088
LC0060
3/16 x 32 Luer Lock
LC0082
LC0089
LC0061
1/4 x 24 Luer Lock
LC0083
LC0090
LC0062
*Mixers can be trimmed as needed.
Nose Piece Accessories
Part No.
Description
15K652
1:1 nightcap
PTFE cap to protect the 1:1 outlet when not in use
15V628
10:1 nightcap
PTFE cap to protect the 10:1 outlet when not in use
255247
1:1 ratio check nozzle
Splits the flow on 1:1 valves to facilitate ratio checks
24P850
10:1 ratio check nozzle
Splits the flow on 10:1 valves to facilitate ratio checks
258687
10:1 check tip
Assembly for low volume side material that is very thin
256793
Tool
Assembly tool to aid in the installation and removal of
injector tube 15V623
15K688
7/8-9 retaining nut
Use to hold 15K652, 255247 and 255245 on to valve
24
Notes
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Accessories
Orifice Kits
In the following table, shaded rows indicate “Super Standard” items that are typically stocked and provide the best
delivery dates.
Impingement
Kit Type and Kit Number
Impingement
Kit Type and Kit Number
Port
Size
Port Size
250 Model Polyol 250 Model Iso
250 Model Polyol 250 Model Iso
in.
mm
Orifice Kit
Orifice Kit
in.
mm
Orifice Kit
Orifice Kit
0.047
1.19
24C753
24D225
0.016
0.41
24C805
24D229
0.052
1.32
24C811
24D235
0.020
0.51
24C751
24D223
0.055
1.40
24C812
24D236
0.024
0.61
24C806
24D230
0.060
1.52
24C754
24D226
0.028
0.71
24C807
24D231
0.063
1.60
24C813
24D237
0.031
0.79
24C752
24D224
0.067
1.70
24C755
24D227
0.035
0.89
24C808
24D232
0.073
1.85
24C815
24D238
0.039
0.99
24C809
24D233
0.042
1.07
24C810
24D234
0.086
2.18
24C756
24D228
Orifice Kit
504
503
502
501
4
505
3
Apply a light coating of lubricant to seals and surfaces
specified.
4
Fasten stem (505) into housing (501). Fasten
cap (509) onto housing (501) and torque to 60-70 in-lb
(6.8-7.9 N•m). Unscrew stem (505) until it bottoms out
against cap (509).
3
3
507
3
ti21829a2
506
509
Ref.
501
502†‡
503†
504†◆
505
506†
507†
509
510
Part
-------------------
Description
Qty.
HOUSING, orifice
1
O-RING, 0.63 in. diameter
1
O-RING, 0.44 in. diameter
1
O-RING, 0.37 in. diameter
1
STEM, valve
1
RING, backup, PTFE
1
O-RING, 0.28 in. diameter
1
CAP, orifice
1
TOOL, cleanout; #78 drill bit (not
1
shown)
† Parts included in kit 24D321.
‡ Parts included in kit 248130 (pack of 6).
◆ Part included in kit 248128 (pack of 6).
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Accessories
24E505 Orifice Block Kit
Part 122737, Swivel Adapter - JIC 6 x 1/4 npt,
not included in kit
Part 122961, Swivel Adapter - JIC 5 x 1/4 npt,
not included in kit
401
402b
402a 1 2
MD2 Valve not included
401d
401b
401c
401a
Ref.
401
401a
401b
401c
401d
402
402a
402b
Part
123886
117724
1
Lubricate all o-rings and specified surfaces.
2
Torque to 20-30 in-lb (2.2-3.4 N•m).
ti21829a1
Description
Qty.
HOUSING, orifice, assy;
1
includes 401a-401d
HOUSING, orifice
1
WASHER
1
NUT
1
O-RING
1
KIT, orifice block plug; includes
1
402a and 402b
PLUG, orifice
1
O-RING
1
24E505 does not include an MD2 valve. See MD2
Valve Models on page 2.
24E505 does not include swivel adapters. Swivel
adapters 122961 and 122737 must be purchased
separately.
See manual 3A0861 for ratio check assembly
24F227.
26
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Accessories
Valve Accessories
551351 Short Throw Spacer
123660 Extension Cable, 6.0 m (19.7 ft)
A spacer under the air piston that limits how far the fluid
needles push open. It reduces the amount of material
surge when the valve opens, and reduces the amount of
snuff-back available. Used for dispensing low flow small
diameter beads. For 255180 and 255182 only.
For locating the valve further from the base system than
allowed with the original cable provided. For use with
the electric handle 255208 and actuated lever 255249.
Conversion Kits
Part No.
Description
Notes
255206
Pneumatic Handle
Convert any valve to a hand held valve with an internal
pneumatic 4-way valve. See page 21.
255208
Electric Handle
Convert any valve to a hand held valve with an internal normally open switch. See page 20.
255249
Electric Lever Switch
Convert any valve to a hanging valve with an internal normally open switch. See page 22.
255273
Hanger Adapter
Add to any hand held valve to allow it to be hung.
123902
Cable
Replaces trigger cable included with electric handle 255208
and actuated lever 255249. For converting handle/lever to
connect to systems previously connected to a TwinMixer®
gun. Use pins 1 (brown) and 3 (blue).
Hanger Adapter
255273
TI10512A
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Accessories
Front Valve Repair Kits
Angled Adapter Kits
Part No.
Description
255219
Repair Kit for adjustable
snuff-back valves 255179 and
255181 only.
255220
Repair Kit for non-adjustable
snuff-back valves 255180,
255182, and 255183 only.
24W045 - 25° angle
24W046 - 15° angle
24W047 - 5° angle
Ref.
601
602
603
G 1/2 Outlet Kit
Part No.
Description
16T802
Adapter to allow for the mounting
of G 1/2 threaded mixers. Applicable for 10:1 MD2 valves only.
Part
17B515
17B516
17B517
15K661
117026
Description
25° adapter block
15° adapter block
5° adapter block
GASKET, handle
SCREW, socket head, M5x12
Qty.
1
1
1
2
8
602
xo
603
601
602
r_16t802
28
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Technical Data
Technical Data
Maximum Fluid Pressure
255179-255182: 3000 psi (20.7 MPa, 207 bar)
255183: 2000 psi (13.8 MPa, 138 bar)
120 psi (0.84 MPa, 8.4 bar)
1/8 npt(f)
9/16 straight thread o-ring boss “A” and “B”
7/8-9 bell outlet
Maximum Cylinder Air Pressure
Air Inlets (open (I) and close (O) ports)
Fluid Inlets
Fluid Outlet
Fluid Viscosity Range
Soft Seats
Hard Seats
Fluid Section Sealing
Divorced Air Cylinder
Weight
255179 / 255180 (1:1 valves)
255181 / 255182 (10:1 valves)
255206 (pneumatic handle)
255208 (electric handle)
255249 (electric lever)
Wetted Parts
Stainless Steel Valve
1-1 million cps
20-1 million cps
Isolation chamber with zerk fittings and dual seals.
Double acting, buna-n o-rings
1.45 lb (0.66 kg)
1.50 lb (0.68 kg)
0.85 lb (0.39 kg)
0.90 lb (0.41 kg)
0.75 lb (0.34 kg)
303 sst, 17-4 SS, UHMWPE, PEEK, Chemical Resistant
o-rings. 440C SS and C2 carbide with cobalt binder (hard
seat only)
Dimensions
1.06 in. (26.9 mm)
0.28 in. (7.1 mm)
M5 x 0.8 mounting
holes (4)
4.60 in. (116.8 mm)
5.64 in. (143.3 mm)
TI9977A
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0.73 in. (18.5 mm)
0.73 in. (18.5 mm)
4.29 in. (109 mm)
6.64 in. (168.7 mm)
M5 x 0.8 mounting holes (2)
TI10654A
29
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recommendations.
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Sealant and Adhesive Dispensing Equipment
For the latest information about Graco products, visit www.graco.com.
For patent information, see www.graco.com/patents.
TO PLACE AN ORDER, contact your Graco distributor, go to www.graco.com and select
“Where to Buy” in the top blue bar, or call to find the nearest distributor.
If calling from the US: 800-746-1334
If calling from outside the US: 0-1-330-966-3000
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.
Original instructions. This manual contains English. MM 312185
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International Offices: Belgium, China, Japan, Korea
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Revision V, January 2017

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