service manual binks mach 1pc hvlp spray gun for plural component

service manual binks mach 1pc hvlp spray gun for plural component
SERVICE MANUAL
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BINKS MACH 1PC HVLP SPRAY GUN
FOR PLURAL COMPONENT CATALYST INJECTION
The Binks MACH PLURAL COMPONENT
1PC HVLP Gun is the lightest top quality
high performance spray gun available today.
You only have to pick it up to feel the
difference. Its superbly balanced forged
aluminum body offers the operator extra
comfort and control. All of the gun’s
components are machined and finished to
exacting tolerances and only the best
materials are used, ensuring years of peak
efficiency.
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The MACH 1PC HVLP Gun is a
conventional style air spray gun with special
nozzles and modifications that allow it to
operate at high transfer efficiencies in
compliance with the “California South Coast
Air Quality Management District”
regulations as a “High Volume, Low
Pressure” airspray gun.
A specially designed catalyst injector device
is integrated to the HVLP Gun to inject
Methyl Ethyl Ketone Peroxide or other
catalyst into the stream of coating material.
The catalyst is injected immediately after the
coating exits the fluid nozzle for even
distribution across the pattern.
The air inlet passage in the gun body
incorporates a venturi which limits airflow.
High pressure airflow is converted to low
pressure at this point. Special air and fluid
nozzles enable the gun to atomize fluid at
low air pressures and velocities, creating the
“soft spray” effect for high transfer
efficiencies. To obtain optimum
performance from your new MACH 1PC
HVLP Spray Gun, read all instructions
carefully.
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5
2A
2
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3
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1. Lightweight Air Nozzle
2. Main Fluid Inlet, 3/8 NPS (m)
2A. Catalyst Inlet, 1/4 NPS (m)
3.Extra Smooth Trigger Action
4.Stainless Steel Fluid Nozzle and
Needle
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5.Side Port Control
6.Fluid Control
7.Forged Aluminum Body
8.Air Inlet, 1/4 NPS (m)
9.Catalyst Valve Assembly
316 SS
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EN
In this part sheet, the words WARNING, CAUTION and NOTE are used to emphasize important safety information as follows:
!
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices which could
result in severe personal injury, death or
substantial property damage.
!
CAUTION
NOTE
Hazards or unsafe practices which could
result in minor personal injury, product
or property damage.
!
Important installation, operation or
maintenance information.
WARNING
Read the following warnings before using this equipment.
READ THE MANUAL
Before operating finishing equipment, read and
understand all safety, operation and maintenance
information provided in the operation manual.
NEVER MODIFY THE EQUIPMENT
Do not modify the equipment unless the
manufacturer provides written approval.
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES
Failure to wear safety glasses with side shields
could result in serious eye injury or blindness.
KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO SHUT OFF THE
EQUIPMENT IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY
DE-ENERGIZE, DEPRESSURIZE, DISCONNECT
AND LOCK OUT ALL POWER SOURCES DURING
MAINTENANCE
Failure to De-energize, disconnect and lock out
all power supplies before performing equipment
maintenance could cause serious injury or death.
PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE
Always follow the pressure relief procedure in the
equipment instruction manual.
OPERATOR TRAINING
All personnel must be trained before operating
finishing equipment.
NOISE HAZARD
You may be injured by loud noise. Hearing
protection may be required when using this
equipment.
EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD
Equipment misuse can cause the equip­ment to
rupture, malfunction, or start unexpectedly and
result in serious injury.
STATIC CHARGE
Fluid may develop a static charge that must be
dissipated through proper grounding of the
equipment, objects to be sprayed and all other
electrically conductive objects in the dispensing
area. Improper grounding or sparks can cause a
hazardous condition and result in fire, explosion
or electric shock and other serious injury.
KEEP EQUIPMENT GUARDS IN PLACE
Do not operate the equipment if the safety
devices have been removed.
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
Never use 1,1,1-trichloroethane, methylene
chloride, other halogenated hydrocarbon solvents
or fluids containing such solvents in equipment
with aluminum wetted parts. Such use could
result in a serious chemical reaction, with the
possibility of explosion. Consult your fluid
suppliers to ensure that the fluids being used are
compatible with aluminum parts.
PROJECTILE HAZARD
You may be injured by venting liquids or gases
that are released under pressure, or flying debris.
TOXIC FLUID & FUMES
Hazardous fluid or toxic fumes can cause serious
injury or death if splashed in the eyes or on the skin,
inhaled, injected or swallowed. LEARN and KNOW
the specific hazards of the fluids you are using.
PINCH POINT HAZARD
Moving parts can crush and cut. Pinch points are
basically any areas where there are moving parts.
WEAR RESPIRATOR
Toxic fumes can cause serious injury or death if
inhaled. Wear a respirator as recommended by
the fluid and solvent manufacturer’s Safety Data
Sheet.
AUTOMATIC EQUIPMENT
Automatic equipment may start suddenly without
warning.
CA PROP
INSPECT THE EQUIPMENT DAILY
Inspect the equipment for worn or broken parts
on a daily basis. Do not operate the equipment
if you are uncertain about its condition.
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PROP 65 WARNING
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer and
birth defects or other reproductive harm.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EMPLOYER TO PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION TO THE OPERATOR OF THE EQUIPMENT.
FOR FURTHER SAFETY INFORMATION REGARDING BINKS AND DEVILBISS EQUIPMENT,
SEE THE GENERAL EQUIPMENT SAFETY BOOKLET (77-5300).
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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
THE MACH 1PC HVLP SPRAY GUN
Your new MACH 1PC HVLP Spray Gun is exceptionally
rugged in construction and is built to stand up under hard,
continuous use. However, like any other fine precision
instrument, its most efficient operation depends on a
knowledge of its construction, operation and maintenance. Properly handled and cared for, it will produce
uniform finishing and mixing results long after other
spray guns have worn out.
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SET-UP FOR SPRAYING
CONNECTING GUN TO THE AIR HOSE
Air should be supplied by 5/16" air hose (71-1203)
typical, with 1/4" NPS (f) connection at the gun end.
Hose lengths in excess of 50 ft., use 3/8" hose
(71-1356) typical.
CONNECTING GUN TO THE MATERIAL HOSE
Fluid should be supplied by 3/8" fluid hose (71-3303)
typical, with 3/8" NPS (f) connection at the gun end.
A 1/4" hose is recommended for use with low viscosity
materials. Fluid hoses of different composition are
available for special fluids.
CAUTION
Before removing any components from the spray gun, shut off
the air and material pressure and bleed off excess material.
OIL AND WATER EXTRACTOR IS IMPORTANT
Achieving a fine spray finish without the use of a good
oil and water extractor is virtually impossible.
A Regulator/Extractor serves a double purpose. It eliminates
blistering and spotting by keeping air free of oil and water
and it gives precise air pressure control at the gun. An
extractor with a minimum 1/2" pipe inlet is recommended.
CONNECTING GUN TO THE CATALYST HOSE
The catalyst should be supplied by 1/8" catalyst
hose (102-3028) typical, with 316 SS 1/4" NPS (f)
connections at both ends.
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Catalyst
Tank
Catalyst Hose
Fluid Hose
ose
Pressure Tank or
Fluid Supply
Air Hose
Fluid Hose
Air H
Air Hose
Air Hose
Air Hose
TYPICAL SYSTEM—MACH 1PC SPRAY GUN
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OPERATING THE MACH 1PC HVLP SPRAY GUN
CONTROLLING THE FAN SPRAY
The fan pattern is controlled by means of a side port
control. Turning this control clockwise until it is closed
will give a round spray, turning it counter-clockwise will
widen the spray into a fan shape. The air cap cannot be
rotated (See drawing below).
NOTE
Care must be exercised when cleaning with metal instruments.
These parts are carefully machined and any damage to them
will cause faulty spray patterns. If either the air nozzle or
fluid nozzle is damaged, these parts must be replaced before
perfect spray patterns can be obtained.
CONTROLLING THE MATERIAL FLOW
When used with a pressure tank, an increase in air pressure
will increase the rate of flow. The correct fluid nozzle
size should be selected for the correct material flow rate.
It is not recommended to use the fluid control knob (19)
to control resin flow because the catalyst flow will remain
constant causing over catalyzation of the resin.
NOTE
Feathering and changing the needle valve opening will affect
the ratio of catalyst: resin and gel.
NOZZLE TYPES
Spray patterns are determined by nozzle selection and
vary somewhat depending on size, angle, nozzle orifice
and output.
AIR LEAKS
1. L
eaky spindle (15). Inspect, clean or replace.
2. O-Rings (9) missing or damaged. Inspect and replace.
3. Damaged seat surface in gun body. Replace.
UNMIXED RESIN
1.
Clogged filter. Remove the manifold and clean debris
from the filter screen.
2.Plugged manifold. Use 102-2658 manifold cleaner to
unplug.
3.Insufficient catalyst pressure. Increase pressure.
4.Loose catalyst needle nuts. Readjust, tighten.
OVER CATALYZATION
1. Material knob (19) has been closed to reduce the flow
of resin. Readjust.
2. Fluid nozzle (2) is partially clogged and is restricting
the resin flow. Clean.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Faulty spray is often caused by:
1. Foreign material in the air and/or fluid passages.
2.Viscosity too high for spraying. Air supply or pressure
inadequate.
3.Worn or damaged nozzle surfaces.
4.Gellation in gun head air passages.
5.Loose fluid nozzle.
6.Insufficient material available, check supply and
replenish if necessary.
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ASSEMBLY DRAWING MACH 1 PC HVLP SPRAY GUN
PARTS LIST
When ordering, please specify Part No.
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
ITEM
NO.
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
★
AIR CAP ASS’Y................................... 1
★
HVLP NOZZLE.................................... 1
54-3543 HEAD INSERT..................................... 1
54-3922
MACH 1PC GUN BODY ASS’Y.......... 1
54-3946
SIDE PORT CONTROL ASS’Y.............. 1
54-3956 CONTROL STEM................................ 1
54-3917
GUIDE BUSHING................................ 1
54-3511
RETAINING RING............................... 1
54-4218
CONTROL BODY................................ 1
20-6160
O-RING (PTFE)................................... 1
54-4217
CONTROL SCREW.............................. 1
20-4615-5 O-RING............................................... 2
54-3515 HOUSING........................................... 2
54-3520 SPRING, YELLOW.............................. 1
54-3512
SPINDLE ASS’Y................................... 1
54-3518
SPRING, BLUE.................................... 2
54-3541 HOUSING........................................... 1
54-3941
FLUID NEEDLE................................... 1
54-3606
MATERIAL VALVE CONTROL KNOB.... 1
82-126
TRIGGER SCREW................................ 1
54-3504 PLUG.................................................. 1
54-768 AIR CONNECTION............................. 1
54-3547 TRIGGER............................................. 1
54-3533
FLUID INLET....................................... 1
102-2709 “S” BRACKET..................................... 1
20-2652-1 SCREW............................................... 2
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
★ See Air and Fluid Nozzle Chart on Page 7.
● Part of Self-adjusting Packing Kit (54-4261) without needle.
▲ Part is contained in Spare Parts Kit No. 102-2720.
■ Refer to Manifold Chart on Page 6.
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PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
54-4264 ● GLAND ADAPTER.............................. 1
54-4265 ● NEEDLE SEAL..................................... 1
54-4266 ● SEAL BACKUP.................................... 1
54-4267 ●SPRING............................................... 1
54-4263 ● PACKING NUT.................................... 1
54-3513 VALVE SPINDLE CAP.......................... 1
102-2710 BODY WELDMENT............................ 1
102-2713 PLUG.................................................. 1
102-2708 GASKET.............................................. 1
■
MANIFOLD ASS’Y.............................. 1
TUBE MANIFOLD ASS’Y.................... 1
(Part of Item 36)
20-6525▲O-RING............................................... 1
102-2729▲FILTER SCREEN................................... 1
20-6524▲ O-RING............................................... 1
102-2715 CATALYST SEAT................................. 1
102-647
´´U´´ CUP SEAL................................... 1
102-2716 FRONT BUSHING............................... 1
102-2722 CATALYST NEEDLE ASS’Y.................. 1
102-2717 SPRING............................................... 1
102-2718 REAR BUSHING.................................. 1
102-2719 SPRING HOUSING.............................. 1
102-483
LEVER ASS’Y...................................... 1
102-2728 NUT.................................................... 2
54-3925 GASKET.............................................. 1
54-3928 PLUG.................................................. 1
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MACH 1PC HVLP SPRAY GUN MAINTENANCE
TO REPLACE SPINDLE ASSEMBLY (AIR VALVE)
Remove the fluid control knob (19), spring (16) and fluid
needle (18). Using an Allen head wrench, loosen the housing (17) until it is finger tight. Reinsert needle (18) and finish unscrewing housing (17). Remove Items 12 thru 18 as
one piece. Replace spindle assembly (15) and reinsert
Items 12 thru 18 as one piece back into gun and handtighten housing (17). Next, remove fluid needle (18) and
tighten housing (17) with Allen head wrench. Reinsert
fluid needle (18), spring (16) and fluid control knob (19).
NOTE
Springs must be replaced in the same order as they were
removed from the gun.
NOTE
If the instructions are not followed as described, Items 12 and
13 may drop into air passages.
TO REPLACE NEEDLE SEAL AND GLAND ADAPTER
IN FLUID INLET
Remove fluid control knob (19) and spring (16) and pull
out fluid needle (18). Unscrew packing nut (31) and
remove spring (30) and seal backup (29). Using a
No. 10 x 1-1/4" coarse thread wood screw (Binks Part
No. 20-6536) or a small sheet metal screw, remove the
needle seal (28) and gland adapter (27). Replace gland
adapter (27) and needle seal (28). Reinsert seal backup (29),
spring (30) and screw on packing nut (31) a couple of turns
so it fits loosely by hand. Reassemble fluid needle (18),
spring (16) and material valve control knob (19).
Finally, tighten packing nut (31) until it bottoms out on
fluid inlet (24).
ADJUSTMENT OF CATALYST NEEDLE
The Catalyst needle assembly is adjustable for length by
the location of the adjusting nuts on the needle. The nuts
should be adjusted so that when the trigger assembly is
in contact with the spindle assembly, a movement of the
spindle assembly of 1/16" minimum is required before
the catalyst needle moves. Under no circumstances
should the resin valve open before the air valve or
catalyst valve assembly.
The correct timing adjustment is: air-catalyst-resin. The
timing is correctly set at the factory. However, repositioning
the catalyst needle nuts will affect the timing.
GUN CLEANING
Submerging in solvents is a poor practice because of the
solvent residue that may cling to interior air passages.
Clean solvent must be used if the gun is to be submerged.
The best practice is to remove the air nozzle and to flush
solvent through the fluid passages. All nozzles may be
placed in solvent for washing. The nozzle orifice and
angle passageways are critical. Always wash and rinse
with a clean solvent to prevent residue accumulation in
the minute holes.
CAUTION
!
If using metal instruments for cleaning, use extreme caution.
DO NOT gouge or distort surfaces. Use the brush supplied
with the gun.
NOTE
Some air quality agencies prohibit the spraying of solvent
into the atmosphere when flushing spray guns. In some
areas spray guns must be cleaned in a completely enclosed
gun cleaning device which prevents solvent vapors from
escaping to the atmosphere. Consult with your local Binks
distributor if you are not sure of requirements in your area.
OPTIONS
MANIFOLDS
TUBE I.D.
IDENTIFICATION
102-2676
.012
102-2677.016
102-2678.023
12 (standard)
16
23
ACCESSORIES
102-2658
54-3918
102-2656
102-2657
Manifold Cleaner
Gun Wrench
Large O-Ring Installation Tool
Small O-Ring Installation Tool
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GENERAL SPRAY INSTRUCTIONS AND SPRAY TECHNIQUE
To reduce overspray and obtain maximum efficiency,
always spray with the lowest possible fluid/air pressure.
This will produce an acceptable spray pattern.
Excessive atomizing air pressure can increase overspray,
reduce transfer efficiency, and with some materials, atomizing air pressure should not exceed 10 PSI. See the table
in the air pressure recommendation and regulatory note
on Page 8.
For best results, use only enough pressure for desired
flow (1.5 - 2 pounds). Higher fluid pressure may be
required for heavy bodies materials, low fluid pressures
will produce a narrower than normal spray pattern.
SPRAY TECHNIQUE
The first requirement for a good resulant finish is the
proper handling of the gun. The gun should be held
perpendicular to the surface being covered and moved
parallel with it. (See illustrations.)
The distance between the gun and surface should be
12 to 24 inches depending on material and atomizing
pressure. The material deposited should always be even
and wet. Lap each stroke over the preceding stroke to
obtain a uniform finish.
FLUID NOZZLES, AIR CAPS AND NEEDLES
FLUID
NOZZLE
DESCRIPTION
FLUID
NOZZLE
PART NO.
FLUID
NOZZLE
ORIFICE SIZE
COMPATIBLE AIR CAPS
DESCRIPTION AND
PART NUMBER
COMPATIBLE
NEEDLE
PART NUMBER
90
45-9000
(.030 DIA) 0.6mm
91PC (102-2682), 92PC (102-2681)
91PC SS (102-2926), 92PC SS (102-2924)
54-3941
90F
45-9002
(.030 DIA) 0.6mm
91PC (102-2682), 92PC (102-2681)
91PC SS (102-2926), 92PC SS (102-2924)
91
45-9100
(.040 DIA) 1.0mm
91PC (102-2682), 92PC (102-2681)
91PC SS (102-2926), 92PC SS (102-2924)
54-3941
91F
45-9102
(.040 DIA) 1.0mm
91PC (102-2682), 92PC (102-2681)
91PC SS (102-2926), 92PC SS (102-2924)
54-4023
92
45-9200
(.046 DIA) 1.2mm
91PC (102-2682), 92PC SS (102-2924)
54-3941
92F
45-9202
(.046 DIA) 1.2mm
91PC (102-2682), 92PC SS (102-2924)
54-4024
905
45-9050
(.089 DIA) 2.3mm
905PC (102-2684)
54-3941
AIR PRESSURE REQUIREMENTS W/92PC AIR NOZZLE
SIDE PORT CONTROL
ATOMIZING
GUN INLET
REGULATOR
NOZZLE ATOMIZING
PSI
PSI
PSI*
AIR FLOW (SCFM)
03
05
09
10
06.008.0
08.5
10.0
13.5
17.5
15.0
19.0
4.5
6.0
7.5
8.0
*NOTE: Regulator pressures are based on 25' of 5/16" hose in good condition without Quick-Disconnects or other restrictive fittings.
Use the Air Nozzle Test Gauge accessory to conform the atomizing/regulator pressure relationship for your actual air supply set-up.
Adjust air pressure as necessary for your specific application. Maximum recommended atomizing pressure is 10 PSI.
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Atomizing pressure must be set to allow for the drop in
air pressure between the regulator and the spray gun.
With 60 PSI applied at air supply:
Approx. 5 1/2 PSI
at nozzle
Only 34 PSI
at gun inlet
Approx. 9 psi
at nozzle
48 PSI
at gun inlet
25 feet of
1/4" I.D. hose
causes a drop
of 26 PSI
between the
air supply
and the gun.
25 feet of 5/16´´ I.D.
hose causes a drop
of 12 PSI between
the air supply and
the gun. For this
reason we recommend
the use of 5/16" hose.
(NOT RECOMMENDED)
(RECOMMENDED)
1/4"
5/16"
Cross section view showing comparison
of inside hose diameters (actual size).
IMPORTANT REGULATORY NOTE
Some Regulatory Agencies prohibit the operation of HVLP spray guns above 10 PSI nozzle atomizing
pressure. Users subject to this type of regulation should not exceed 10 PSI (50 PSI gun inlet pressure).
See General Spray Instructions and Air Pressure Recommendations, Page 7. It is recommended that the
Nozzle Test Gauge (see below) be used to confirm actual nozzle operating pressure.
It may also be a requirement of some Regulatory Agencies that users have this Gauge Nozzle available
on site to verify that the gun is being operated within the limits of applicable rules.
AIR NOZZLE TEST GAUGE ASSEMBLY
54-3935 for 90 Series Nozzles
NOTE: Test gauge should be
cleaned after use.
59-299 Gauge
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WARRANTY POLICY
Binks products are covered by Carlisle Fluid Technologies one year materials and workmanship limited warranty.
The use of any parts or accessories, from a source other than Carlisle Fluid Technologies, will void all warranties.
For specific warranty information please contact the closest Carlisle Fluid Technologies location listed below.
Carlisle Fluid Technologies reserves the right to modify equipment specifications without prior notice.
DeVilbiss®, Ransburg®, MS®, BGK®, and Binks® are registered trademarks of Carlisle Fluid Technologies, Inc.
©2016 Carlisle Fluid Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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