Product Description Safety Instructions Operating Instructions for

Product Description Safety Instructions Operating Instructions for
Product Description
Safety Instructions
Operating Instructions
for
BINKS
Airless Model HP 10/32
These operating instructions are part of the equipment. Please read and follow all
instructions and safety precautions before using the equipment. Disregarding can
causes injuries on people and/or damages on the unit.
ITW Finishing Systems and Products
Ringwood Road, Bournemouth BH11 9LH, England
Phone +44 (0) 1202 / 571111 Telefax +44 (0) 1202 / 581940
Internet www.itwifeuro.com
Correspondance address:
ITW Oberflächentechnik GmbH & Co.
Justus-von-Liebig-Straße 31, 63128 Dietzenbach, Deutschland
Telefon +49 (0) 6074 / 403-1 Telefax +49 (0) 6074 / 403-281
Internet www.itwifeuro.com
Correspondance address:
ITW Surfaces et Finitions
163-171 Avenue des auréats BP 1453, 26014 Valence Cedex France
Téléphone +33 (0) 4 7575 2700 Fax +33 (0) 4 7575 2799
Internet www.itwifeuro.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
6.
7.
8.
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
DESIGNATED USE................................................................................................. 3
BRIEF DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................ 4
TECHNICAL DATA ................................................................................................. 8
SAFETY
............................................................................................................ 9
Principle of operation; intended use ................................................................... 9
Safe working conditions ....................................................................................... 9
Particular danger spots ........................................................................................ 11
START UP AND OPERATION ................................................................................ 12
Grounding the BINKS airless pump..................................................................... 12
Preparing to start up the BINKS airless pump .................................................... 12
Rinsing the BINKS airless pump .......................................................................... 13
Preparing and adjusting the spray material ........................................................ 14
Start-up
............................................................................................................ 14
Work stoppages .................................................................................................... 15
SHUT-DOWN .......................................................................................................... 16
CLEANING YOUR BINKS UNIT ............................................................................. 16
MALFUNCTIONS, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIAL MEASURES................ 17
Compressed air supply unit ................................................................................. 17
Pneumatic drive and control system unit............................................................ 17
Spray material pump unit ..................................................................................... 19
Suction system unit .............................................................................................. 19
INSTRUCTION MANUAL ........................................................................................ 20
COMPULSORY TESTING ...................................................................................... 20
TEST DOCUMENTS ............................................................................................... 21
SPARE PARTS LISTS ............................................................................................ 22
RECOMMENDED GUN .......................................................................................... 42
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .................................................................. 43
WARRANTY STATEMENT ..................................................................................... 44
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1. DESIGNATED USE
BINKS airless pumps are used exclusively to output and apply spray material. Any materials can
be sprayed, if they are approved by spray material manufacturers for use with airless spraying
equipment. These include:
•
Water-thinnable lacquers and paints
•
Solvent-based lacquers and paints
•
Base paints and primers
•
Micaceous iron ore
•
Zinc-rich paints
•
Epoxy and polyurethane paints
•
Oils
•
Liquid synthetic materials
•
Wax-based underbody sealant materials
•
Low-solvent and solvent-free spray material
Please observe the working guidelines and safety instructions supplied by the spray material manufacturer.
You should avoid using abrasive, granular spray material. Such spray material can
cause heavy wear and tear on the valves and packing sets of the material pump, and
on the nozzles used on the airless gun.
ATTENTION !
BEFORE STARTING UP PUMP FILL UP LUBRICATION FLUID
FOR WATERBORNE PAINT: 0114-014871
FOR SOLVENT PAINT: 0114-009433
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2. BRIEF DESCRIPTION (FIGURE 1)
1
2
4
5
7
8
10
Pneumatic drive
Compressed air supply connection piece
Spray material pump
Suction system
Compressed air control valve
Pressure reducer
Release agent chamber
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12
13
14
15
16
High pressure filter
High pressure filter relief valve
Return pipe
Grounding terminal
Spray material outlet connection piece
Grounding terminal (if used without HP-filter)
4
Comments on figure 1
The pneumatic drive (1) drives the BINKS airless pump. An airflow controller in the pneumatic
drive applies compressed air alternately to the pneumatic drive butt plate. This sets the butt plate
moving upwards and downwards.
The pneumatic drive is flange-mounted directly to the spray material pump (4). A moving axle connects the pneumatic drive butt plate to the double piston of the spray material pump.
The ascending stroke of the double piston draws in the spray through the suction system (5) and
the foot valve of the spray material pump. At the same time, the material spray, which is already in
the spray material pump above the double piston, is ejected through a check valve into the high
pressure filter (11).
The descending stroke of the double piston closes the foot valve and the spray material which has
been drawn in, is forced through a plunger valve into the space above the double piston. At the
same time, the spray material which is already there is ejected into the high pressure filter.
If the airless gun take-off is not operative, counter pressure will build up in the spray material line.
The pump will stop. Remove spray material from the airless gun and the BINKS airless pump will
start up again.
The area of the butt plate is greater than the area of the double piston. This difference in area
causes the pressure to intensify. With an area ratio of 60/1, for example, a working pressure of
1 bar at the pneumatic drive will be intensified to a working pressure of 60 bar at the spray material pump.
The release agent chamber (10) physically separates the butt plate of the pneumatic drive from
the double piston of the spray material pump. The release agent chamber is filled with release
agent (Order Code 0114-014871 for waterborne paint, Order Code 0114-009433 for solvent paint).
The release agent cleans the double piston of the spray material pump and lubricates the packing
and the moving axle.
The volume of air and thus the delivered volume of spray material is regulated by the working
pressure at the compressed air control valve (7). The compressed air control valve is equipped
with an excess pressure safety valve, which is triggered if the maximum working pressure at the
pneumatic drive is exceeded.
The spray material pump can draw in spray material in two ways.
Direct suction:
This involves immersing the suction system in the spray material.
Suction through a flexible suction system:
This involves connecting the spray material pump to a flexible suction system. The free end of the
suction system is inserted into the tank containing the spray material.
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The extracted spray material is filtered through the high pressure filter (standard filter on
HP 10/32: type 03 - order-no. 0110-009130), before being driven out through the spray material
line and the airless gun. We recommend the following filter cartridges for the various types of
spray material:
Filter size
Nozzle
Spray material
M 200
less than 0.3 mm
colourless lacquer
M 150
greater than 0.3 mm
surfacer, filler, red lead
M 100
greater than 0.3 mm
surfacer, filler, red lead
M 70
greater than 0.5 mm
micaceous iron ore, red lead
M 50
greater than 0.6 mm
emulsion, loaded spray material
Do not use a filter cartridge for fibre-loaded spray material!
HD filter cartridges (overview)
Filter-type
Order-no.
01
0114-013525
03
0110-009130
11
0114-011760
Screen area
29 cm2
84 cm2
118 cm2
Core material
polyamide
stainless steel
polyamide
Figure 2
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Packings:
The lifetime and the maintenance rate of a pump depend crucially on the right packing. The packing for solvent and waterbased paint are different.
For the use of high viscosity or high corrosion materials we recommend high-strength packings.
Depending on the field of application there are different packing for solvent and waterbased materials.
Standard packing:
Upper packing:
Mixed standard packing (for solvent paint materials)
Part-no.: 0114-014505
Consisting of: PTFE/Leather packing
Standard packing (for waterborne paint materials)
Part-no.: 0114-016000
Consisting of: PTFE packing
Lower packing:
Mixed standard packing (for solvent paint materials)
Part-no.: 0114-014498
Consisting of: PTFE/Leather packing
Standard packing (for waterborne paint materials)
Part-no.: 0114-016001
Consisting of: PTFE packing
Packings for high-strength and corrosion materials:
Upper packing:
Mixed high-strength packing (for solvent paint materials) Part-no.: 0114-016274
Consisting of: PTFE(high-strength)/Leather packing
High-strength packing (for waterborne paint materials)
Part-no.: 0114-016264
Consisting of: PTFE(high-strength) packing
Lower packing:
Mixed high-strength packing (for solvent paint materials) Part-no.: 0114-016275
Consisting of: PTFE(high-strength)/Leather packing
High-strength packing (for waterborne paint materials)
Part-no.: 0114-016265
Consisting of: PTFE(high-strength) packing
Note:
To the high-strength packings graphite is added to the PTFE. This improves the lubrication qualities. High strength packings are not recommended for bright finish paint. Graphite can change the
colour of the finish paint.
If you need special packings without graphite admixture please contact your dealer.
Our pumps are equipped work-sided with mixed packing for the application of solvent paint.
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3. TECHNICAL DATA
BINKS
Theoretical
transmission
Air motor
Material pump
HP 10/32
32 : 1
Air intake pressure
8 bar
Diameter cylinder
140 mm
Volume double stroke
72 ccm
Operating pressure max.
256 bar
Piston stroke
75 mm
Free flow capacity nominal
Connections
4,3 ltr./min.
Piston diameter D1
25 mm
Piston diameter D2
35 mm
Air inlet
Stem for quick disconnection
or R 3/8" (m)
Air to gun (Aircombi only)
90° connection for hose 8x6
or 1/4" NPS (m)
Fluid outlet on HP-filter
Dimensions of
L x W x D in mm
1/4" NPS (m)
725 x 220 x 190
bare pump
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4. SAFETY
As well as the operating instructions and the applicable legal and other mandatory regulations relevant to accident prevention in the country of use and at the place of use, you
must also observe the recognised special engineering regulations governing safe and professional working practices.
4.1 PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION; INTENDED USE
1. BINKS airless spraying equipment has been built to comply with state-of-the-art standards and
recognised safety rules. Nevertheless, its use may constitute a risk to life and limb for the user
or for third parties, or cause damage to the BINKS airless pump and other assets.
2. The BINKS airless pump must only be used in technically perfect condition in accordance with
the regulations and the instructions set out in the operating instructions and only by safetyconscious persons fully aware of the risks involved. Any malfunctions, especially those affecting safety, must be rectified immediately. The spray material line must not be dragged across
sharp-edged objects and must always be checked before use to ensure that it is in perfect
condition.
3. BINKS airless pumps are designed exclusively for the designated use stated in Section 1. Using them for purposes other than those mentioned is considered contrary to the intended use.
The manufacturer/supplier cannot be held liable for any damage resulting from such use. The
user alone must bear the risk.
4. The manufacturer is not liable for any unauthorised modifications or repairs made to the
BINKS airless pump.
5. In accordance with the professional association directives governing jet stream units, ZH
1/406, paint spraying equipment should be checked by experts on request, or at least every
12 months, to ensure that there is no risk involved in its continued operation. If the units are
idle, the examination can be delayed until the next period of operation. The operator is obliged
to register the equipment for testing and to keep written records of the results of such testing.
4.2 SAFE WORKING CONDITIONS
1. The requirements of the (German) accident prevention and safety regulation “Working with
surface coating compounds” (VBG 23) and the (German) directives governing jet stream units
(ZH 1/406) and static electricity (ZH 1/200) provided by the professional associations, must be
observed.
2. Every person using a BINKS airless pump must have read and understood the operating instructions, in particular the chapter on “Safety”.
3. If work is to be carried out in enclosed areas, effective, technical ventilation must be provided.
4. Use only those spray material lines and airless guns that are designed for use at the relevant
maximum permitted working pressure of the spray material pump.
5. Be careful that there are no sources of ignition in the vicinity, for example, an open fire,
sparks, glowing wires, hot surfaces, burning cigarettes, etc. There must be a distance of at
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least 5 m between the spray jet outlet and any possible source of ignition (the spray mist is ignitable and there is a risk of fire or explosion).
6. The spray material leaves the nozzle under pressure. Do not direct the spray jet towards people or animals, as this could cause injuries. If the skin is broken and comes into contact with
paint, lacquer or solvent, there is a risk of infection. Consult a doctor immediately to obtain
professional, expert treatment. Tell the doctor which spray material or solvent is involved. Present the safety data sheet.
7. Be aware that working with sprays may produce vapours which can damage your health (see
information on the safety data sheet and the tins of material). You must therefore use a personal breathing equipment, as indicated by the spray material manufacturer. Keep children
and all people right away from the work area.
8. Keep the BINKS airless pump in a safe place to which children and unauthorised persons do
not have access. Make sure that unauthorised personnel (and children in particular) cannot
start up the BINKS airless pump.
9. Store the BINKS airless pump in a dry place.
10. Use only original BINKS accessories and original BINKS replacement parts.
11. Repair work must only be carried out by authorised specialised companies or by ITW
.You can obtain the addresses of specialised companies from ITW or from your specialised dealer.
12. When repairing and mounting the pump it is necessary that all connections are clean and
mounted correctly.
Before re-starting the pump the correct resistance (1 MΩ) must be measured.
The resistance has to be determined between foot valve and upper top point of the pump.
13. You must be careful when carrying out spraying work, not to direct the jet towards the
BINKS airless pump unit.
14. Dispose of cleaning and spraying material waste in accordance with the information provided
by the respective spray material and solvent manufacturers.
15. If work is interrupted, to change the nozzle, for example, lock the safety lever on the airless
gun. Release pressure from the system.
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4.3 PARTICULAR DANGER SPOTS
1. The flow of material escaping from the airless gun is under great pressure and thus has a
powerful cutting effect.
You must therefore never point the airless gun at yourself or any other person, animal
or plant. Never touch the spray jet with your fingers or hand, or hold them in front of
the airless gun.
Note:
If the cutting effect of the flow of material causes injury seek medical advice immediately.
Tell the doctor which spray material (paint) and/or solvent (thinners) was involved and provide
the relevant information from the manufacturer as per the safety data sheet (supplier, his
phone number, the material number).
2.
The escaping spray material generates recoil power. You must therefore always hold the airless gun securely and make sure that you have a well-balanced stance.
3.
In enclosed systems, or systems which are under pressure, where aluminium or galvanised
parts come into contact with the liquid, there can be dangerous chemical reactions if 1.1.1 trichloroethane, methylene chloride or other solvents containing halogenated chlorinated hydrocarbons, are used.
If you use the named solvents or paints which contain these solvents, we recommend that you
contact the spray material manufacturer or ITW..
4.
If there are malfunctions or obstructions, you must immediately shut off the compressed air
supply at the ball valve. Disconnect the unit from the compressed air system, operate the airless gun and open the high pressure filter relief valve before removing the airless gun or the
hose.
5.
To prevent static charging from causing a fire or an explosion, the equipment must be properly grounded (the pump, the material tank, the object to be coated). If using materials with a
flash point under 21°C (e.g. nitro) of ignition group G1-G3, there must be an additional conductive connection between the material tank and the pump (potential equalisation cable).
The material tank must always be made of metal.
6.
Prevent spray back into a closed tank, as an ignitable gas/air mixture will build up. Take particular care with materials with a flash point less than 21°C (e.g. nitro).
7.
The A-weighted sound level of pumps may exceed 85 dB (A).
Local conditions may dictate a higher noise level, which could cause noise deafness. If this is the
situation, operating personnel must be protected by suitable protective equipment or safety
measures.
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5. START-UP AND OPERATION
5.1
GROUNDING THE BINKS AIRLESS PUMP
To prevent static charging igniting the flammable spray material, the BINKS airless
pump must be grounded in accordance with professional association regulation
ZH 1/200 (Germany), “Static Electricity”, before it is started up. A grounding cable is
included in the supply schedule.
1. Grounding wire has to be mounted on the grounding terminal of the high pressure filter or (if
pump is used without HP-filter) on the middle section of the pump.
2. Connect the other end of the grounding cable to a suitable grounding device (e.g. grounding
bar).
5.2
PREPARING TO START UP THE BINKS AIRLESS PUMP
Proceed as follows:
1.
Check that the release agent chamber is full. To do this, open the screw plug on the filler neck
of the release agent chamber. If necessary, top up the release agent (Order Code for solvent
paint: 0114-009433, for waterborne paint: 0114-014871) and close the screw plug again.
2.
Select a suitable filter cartridge using the table in section 2, Brief Description and insert it into
to the high pressure filter.
3.
Attach a suitable spray material line to the spray material outlet connection piece on the high
pressure filter.
The spray material lines in the BINKS supply programme are identified on the screw
fitting with the maximum permitted working pressure and the bursting pressure. The
lesser value, the maximum permitted working pressure, must be greater than the
maximum permitted working pressure of the spray material pump (see 3, Technical
Data).
4.
Connect the airless gun designed at least for the maximum permitted working pressure of the
spray material pump, to the spray material line.
We recommend for Airless: BINKS Airless spray gun HAP 50 with max. pressure 500 bar or
BINKS Airless spray gun Airless 1 with max. pressure 420 bar.
We recommend for Aircombi: BINKS Aircombi spray gun AA 4000 with max. pressure
275 bar
5.
Make sure that the ball valve on the pneumatic drive is closed.
6.
Connect the compressed air supply at the compressed air supply connection piece.
7.
The airless pump is equipped with an air maintenance unit, consisting of filter, pressure regulator and fog lubricator. The air maintenance unit is intended for cleaning compressed air for
workshop purposes from liquid and solid contamination, for pressure regulation and for
providing a fine oil spray for lubrication of cylinders, valves etc.
Set the amount of oil (drops per minute) on the dosing screw as required during operation.
The number of drops can be seen in the sight-glass.
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The filter cleans the compressed air from water condensate, scale, rust particles etc.
Drain off the water condensate at regular intervals and clean the sintered filter if it is dirty.
Before putting the pressure line into operation, relieve the filter regulator by fully unscrewing
the regulating screw. Thereafter rotate the regulating screw clockwise until the pressure
gauge on the filter regulator indicates the required pressure (please consider the min. and the
max. data - see section 3 Technical Data).
5.3
RINSING THE BINKS AIRLESS PUMP
Wear eye protection
Every BINKS airless pump is tested with water during final inspection and thoroughly rinsed with a
non-gumming preservative oil. With this rinsing process, it is possible that the residual moisture of
water emulsion will be left in the pump.
Before the unit is started up for the first time, a suitable solvent must be used to thoroughly rinse
out the remains of the preservative fluid and the unavoidable impurities introduced during equipment assembly.
Proceed as follows:
1.
Prepare the BINKS airless pump for start-up in accordance with section 5.2.
2.
Close the high pressure filter relief valve.
3.
Immerse the spray material pump or the suction system in the tank of solvent.
4.
Insert the high pressure filter return pipe into the tank of solvent. Open the high pressure filter
relief valve.
5.
Open the ball valve of the air supply and set the compressed air control valve on the pressure
regulator to approximately 1 bar. The spray material pump or the suction system now draws in
the solvent. The solvent runs back to the tank through the high pressure filter, the high pressure filter relief valve and the return pipe.
6.
Point the airless gun into the tank. Unlock the safety lever on the airless gun, operate the airless gun take-off and close the high pressure relief valve. The solvent will now flow through
the high pressure filter, the spray material line and the airless gun, back into the tank.
The time of rinsing depends on the length of the material lines and the solubility of the spray
material. We recommend a short reflush with "fresh" solvent.
7.
Release the airless gun take-off.
8.
Slowly increase the pressure at the compressed air control valve of the pressure reducer to
maximum working pressure (see section 3, Technical Data), while checking and testing that
all lines and screw and plug caps are tightly sealed. If there are any leaks in the system, shut
down the BINKS airless pump immediately. Only re-start the BINKS airless pump once you
have repaired the leak.
9.
Reduce the pressure at the compressed air control valve of the pressure reducer again and
close the ball valve.
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10. Make sure that the return pipe is still directed into the solvent tank. Carefully open the high
pressure filter relief valve to reduce the pressure in the spray material pump and in the high
pressure filter.
11. Point the airless gun into the tank of solvent and operate the take-off, to reduce any pressure
which may still exist in the spray material line and in the airless gun.
If working with waterborne spray material, the BINKS airless pump must again be
thoroughly rinsed with water before it is started up.
5.4
PREPARING AND ADJUSTING THE SPRAY MATERIAL
To be able to work without trouble and obtain a perfect surface, special care must be taken in preparing and adjusting the lacquers and paints (please contact spray material manufacturer).
Before starting to spray, it may be necessary to use the solvent prescribed by the manufacturer to
thin the spray material. Add thinners until, after a good stir, the spray material runs easily off the
stick used for stirring. To prevent any uncertainty, we recommend that you use a dip measuring
cup, where the run-out time of the spray material indicates whether the spray material is still too
thick and therefore whether it is necessary to add more thinners. According to experience, the flow
time for lacquers and paints is 18 to 22 DIN4 sec. and for effect lacquer and coating filler materials
25 to 50 DIN4 sec. These figures relating to DIN EN ISO 2431 and have been established at a
temperature of 20°C. The lacquer and paint manufacturers generally state the best spraying consistency for each of their products. If you use motor driven mixers, you must ensure that no air
bubbles form in the spray material.
To take a measurement, proceed as follows:
Immerse the measuring cup into the lacquer or paint which is ready for spraying until it is full to the
brim. To make the measurement, quickly take out the dip measuring cup and count how many
seconds it takes for the entire contents of the cup to run through the 4mm nozzle, i.e. up to the
time when you can establish the break-off point of the out-flowing paint. Count off the seconds on
a wristwatch, or time with a stopwatch. If, for example, a consistency of 19 DIN4 sec. is prescribed, but the measurement is 24 DIN4 sec., you must add some more thinners and make the
measurement again.
We recommend that once you have used it, you clean the dip measuring cup immediately, so that
it can be used again for the next measurement.
Because two filters are used in the BINKS airless unit, a suction filter and the high pressure filter, it
is not necessary to filter the spray material before working with it.
If particularly high-quality coating work is involved, you can also use a gun filter from the BINKS
accessories range.
5.5
1.
START-UP
Prepare the BINKS airless pump for start-up in accordance with section 5.2 and if necessary,
rinse in accordance with section 5.3.
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2.
Close the high pressure filter relief valve.
3.
Immerse the spray material pump or the suction system in the spray material to be used for
working.
4.
Place the high pressure filter return pipe in the tank. Then open the high pressure filter relief
valve.
5.
Open the ball valve for the compressed air supply and use the pressure regulator to set the
compressed air supply to 1 bar. The material spray pump will now draw in the spray material.
The spray material flows back into the tank through the high pressure filter, the high pressure
filter relief valve and the return pipe.
6.
Point the airless gun into the tank. Unlock the safety lever on the airless gun. Operate the
airless gun take-off and close the high pressure relief valve. The spray material will now flow
through the high pressure filter, the spray material line and the airless gun, back into the tank.
7.
Release the airless gun take-off and set the working pressure at the pressure control valve of
the pressure reducer.3
Before carrying out any coating work, we recommend a test spray (e.g. on to paper or wood). Only
if the test gives you the desired result should you start to coat the actual object.
Make sure that the edges and the fringe areas of the object to be coated are also given an even
coating.
5.6
WORK STOPPAGES
• If working with 2-K spray material, you must note the given pot life and follow it
precisely. Within this time, the unit must be carefully cleaned and rinsed with the
recommended solvent. There must be no residue left in the spray material pump,
the high pressure filters or the airless gun.
• When work is stopped, the safety lever of the airless gun must be locked.
For work stoppages of between 10 and 30 minutes, please proceed as follows:
Wear eye protection
1. Lock the safety lever on the airless gun.
2. Shut off the compressed air supply by closing the ball valve.
3. Briefly open the high pressure relief valve, taking care that the return pipe is not pointed at other people or at yourself, until the pressure has reduced. Then close the high pressure relief
valve again.
4. Clean the outside of the airless nozzle from spray material residue.
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6. SHUT-DOWN
Once work is completed, the BINKS airless unit must be thoroughly cleaned. Under no
circumstances must you allow paint residue to dry out in the unit. To clean the airless
unit, use a solvent appropriate to the spray material.
Wear eye protection
1. Close the ball valve for the compressed air supply.
2. Make sure that the return pipe is still directed into the spray material tank. Carefully open the
high pressure filter relief valve to reduce the pressure in the spray material pump and in the
high pressure filter.
3. Point the airless gun into the tank of spray material and operate the take-off to reduce any
pressure which may still exist in the spray material line and in the airless gun.
4. Lock the safety lever on the airless gun.
5. Remove the spray material pump or suction system from the spray material.
7. CLEANING YOUR BINKS UNIT
In no case spray material or solvent should soak into the ground or the canalisation.
Wear eye protection
1. Clean the pump and the suction system from the outside. Immerse the spray material pump or
the suction system in the tank of solvent.
2. Clean the fluid tip / tip system as described in the service bulletin of the spray gun. We recommend to stock the fluid tip in solvent.
3. Unlock the safety lever of the airless gun without fluid tip but with mounted tip system or tip
guard. Operate the gun. Close the high pressure filter relief valve. Set the incoming air pressure
to max. 2 bars and open slowly the ball valve. Let the solvent runs through the system so that
the spraying material could rinse out.
4. Let the solvent runs through the system for a couple of minutes until the solvent runs clear
through the airless gun. Close the ball valve and lock the safety lever of the gun
5. Clean the airless gun from the outside and check the filter on the handle (if mounted).
6. Clean the filter insert of the high pressure filter.
7. Clean the filter of the suction pipe.
8. We recommend to remain the equipment filled with liquid.
We recommend to preserve the BINKS airless equipment if it is not used for a longer period of
time. Please rinse the complete system with silicon-free oil as described in section 5.3.
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8. MALFUNCTIONS, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIAL
MEASURES
In case of a break down of your equipment please contact your dealer or the manufacturer of the
unit who will lead a professional repair.
8.1
COMPRESSED AIR SUPPLY UNIT
Type of defect
Appearance of de- Possible cause
fect
No flow through
BINKS airless pump.
Spray material pressure drops.
No compressed air. Check compressed air
supply.
BINKS airless pump
does not start.
Nozzle on airless
gun blocked.
Clean or replace nozzle.
Pipeline kinked,
pressure controller
contaminated.
Check lines.
Clean pressure control
valve.
Reduction of area.
Air motor controller
blocked.
8.2
Remedy
Contaminated com- Filter compressed air.
pressed air.
PNEUMATIC DRIVE AND CONTROL SYSTEM UNIT
Type of defect
Appearance of de- Possible cause
fect
Remedy
Erratic operation,
number of strokes
reduced, pneumatic
drive stops.
Faulty piston valve.
Wear.
Replace parts.
Foreign matter in the
control system.
Remove foreign matter, replace faulty
parts.
Compressed air too
damp.
Install water separator.
Condensation in the
compressed air supply.
Check compressor.
Pneumatic drive
frozen up.
Too many strokes.
Edition 06/08
Use smaller spray
nozzle.
Modify working conditions.
Install oiler.
Reduce air pressure.
17
8.3
SPRAY MATERIAL PUMP UNIT
Type of defect
Appearance of de- Possible cause
fect
Material coming from
the spray material
chamber.
Remedy
Upper packing of
spray material pump
faulty.
Replace spray material pump packing.
BINKS airless pump
runs non-stop.
BINKS airless pump
runs on despite stopping spraying.
Lower packing of
spray material pump
faulty
Replace spray material packing.
BINKS airless pump
does not stop on
down-stroke.
Foot valve or plunger
valve faulty or stuck.
Wear.
Replace parts.
Dried material.
BINKS airless pump
does not stop on upstroke.
Foot valve or plunger
valve faulty or stuck.
Careful cleaning necessary.
Replace parts.
Dried material.
Grooving in the slide
Spray material escape at double piston. faces.
8.4
Wear.
Wear.
Careful cleaning necessary.
Replace parts.
SUCTION SYSTEM UNIT
Type of defect
Appearance of de- Possible cause
fect
Remedy
BINKS airless pump
works erratically.
Suction screen
blocked.
Spray material contaminated.
Clean or replace suction screen.
BINKS airless pump
runs, but there is no
flow.
No suction power.
Suction filter dirty.
Clean.
Foot valve ball sticks
to valve seat.
Make practicable.
Suction system not
properly screwed
down.
Spray material pump
draws air, screw
down properly.
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9.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Depending on the type of application and the place of installation, the operator must use the operating instructions to provide more details on the safe operation of the BINKS airless pump, in the
form of an instruction manual in the language of the workforce. This instruction manual is to kept
in a suitable location at the place of work and the workforce informed of its whereabouts. The
workforce should comply with the instructions contained in this instruction manual.
10. COMPULSORY TESTING
In accordance with the professional association directives governing jet stream units, ZH 1/406,
paint spraying equipment should be checked by an expert on request, or at least every 12
months, to ensure that there is no risk involved in its continued operation. If the units are idle, the
examination can be delayed until the next period of operation. The operator is obliged to register
the equipment for testing and to keep written records of the results of such testing.
An expert is someone whose professional training and experience has given him adequate
knowledge and understanding of jet stream units and who is sufficiently acquainted with the relevant national health and safety and work and accident prevention regulations, directives and generally recognised technical regulations, that he is able to assess whether jet stream units are safe
to operate.
The employer (operator) must make sure that test results for each jet stream unit are kept as a
written record and that this is retained until the next text. We provide a blank "Test record for
spraying equipment" form for this purpose. Please make as many copies of this as you need.
Furthermore, you must ensure that this test document is available at the place where the jet
stream unit is in use. A copy of the test record or a test plaque is sufficient for this.
But we also ask you to enter the test document, date and expert in the “Test Document” table.
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11. TEST DOCUMENTS
Test record for spraying equipment
Date: ..................................
DEALER STAMP:
Examiner: ...................................
ADDRESS OF OPERATOR:
Name: ......................................................
Street: ......................…….........................
Postcode/Town: .......................................
Contact:........................................Phone: ...........……..........
Tested unit:
Manufacturer: ..................................................
Type: .........................................................
System components used:
O Airless pump
O Airless gun
O Spray material line
Tested components
Eqpt.-No.: ..................................................
Year of manufacture: .................................
O Pump head
complies
not tested
Cart
O
Triprod
O
Wall bracket O
does not
comply
retrofit recommended
General condition of system
Jet stream unit
Equipment name plate
Safety valve
Pressure gauge fitting
Pressure relief valve
Jet stream unit with heater
Temperature limitation / control
Temperature display
Spraying device
Max. pressure identification
Equipment number identification
Efficiency
Safety equipment
Hoses and fittings
Hose identification
Fitting identification
Grounding
Between components
Overall system
Measuring of resistance (1 MΩ)
Operating instructions
Function of the overall system
User instructions
Technical condition
Safe condition
Health and safety at work regulations
Overall assessment of the examination
Comments:
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TEST DOCUMENTS
Test document no.
Date of test
Expert
Company
Name
12. SPARE PARTS LISTS
Edition 06/08
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Hochdruckpumpe / high pressure pump HDP 72/32
0114-014872
Hochdruckpumpe
high pressure pump
Luftmotor
air motor
0114-019095
Materialpumpe
material pump
0114-014507
Vorbehaltl. Techn. Änderungen
Edition 06/08
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Luftmotor / air motor LM 140/75
0114-019095
Vorbehaltl. Techn. Änderungen
Edition 06/08
Luftmotor LM 140/75
air motor LM 140/75
23
Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Luftmotor / air motor LM 140/75
0114-019095
Edition
06/08
Vorbehaltl.
Techn. Änderungen
Luftmotor LM 140/75
air motor LM 140/75
24
Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Luftmotor / air motor LM 140/75
Pos. Art.-Nr.
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
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
44.1
45
46
46.1
46.2
46.3
Bezeichnung
Description
0114-019095
Luftmotor LM 140/75
air motor LM 140/75
0114-014387
0114-014165
0114-014371
0114-014673
0114-014374
0114-014666
0114-014373
0114-013954
0114-014372
0114-014656
0114-014164
0114-014388
0114-014376
0114-014379
0114-014378
0114-014628
0114-014438
0114-014715
0114-014619
0114-014618
0114-014608
0114-014305
0114-014340
0114-014067
0114-014381
0114-014661
0114-014367
0114-014380
0114-014212
0114-013992
0114-014383
0114-014382
0114-014384
0114-014421
0114-014396
0114-014395
0114-013993
0114-014393
0114-014386
0114-014359
0114-014464
0114-013957
0114-014403
0114-014660
0114-014657
0114-013679
0114-014561
0114-013520
0114-013670
0114-013671
Hutmutter
U-Scheibe
Deckel
Schalldämpfern kpl.
Scheibe
Stehbolzen
Steuerzylinder
O-Ring
Sicherungsblech
Steuergehäuse kpl.
Mutter
Steuerkolben kpl.
Steuerachse
Zentrierstück
Dämpfungsscheibe
Scheibe
Mitnehmer kpl.
Sicherheitsventil 8 bar
Sicherungsring
Scheibe
O-Ring
Schnepper
Schnepperlager
Druckfeder
Lagerbuchse
Oberteil
Gewindestift
Nutring
Sicherungsring
O-Ring
Führungsring
Kolbenplatte
Scheibe
O-Ring
Umsteuerachse kpl.
Motorachse
O-Ring
Zylinder
Stehbolzen
Sicherungsring
Führungsbuchse kpl.
O-Ring
Belüftungsrohr
Unterteil
Verschlussschraube
Winkel
Einfüllstutzen kpl.
Nippel
Winkel
Verschlussschraube
dome nut
washer
cover ass.
air muffler cpl.
spacer
threaded bolt ass.
control cylinder
o-ring
safety plate
control housing cpl.
nut
control piston cpl.
control axle
alignment insert
dampening spacer
spacer
carrier ass.
safety valve 8 bar
retaining ring
spacer
o-ring
toggle
toggle bearing
spring
bearing bush
cylinder head
threaded pin
u-seal
retaining ring
o-ring
guide ring
piston plate
spacer
o-ring
guide axle cpl.
motor axle
o-ring
cylinder
threaded bolt
retaining ring
bush ass.
o-ring
air inlet pipe
bottom ass.
closing screw
elbow
filler neck cpl.
nippel
elbow
closing screw
0114-014647
0114-014736
Dichtungssatz
Reparatursatz
Verschleißteil
seal kit
repair kit
wearing part
Stück
Pcs.
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
11
13
1
1
1
3
1
4
1
1
8
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
D/R
D/R
R
R
R
R
D/R
D/R
D/R
D/R
D/R
D/R
D/R
D/R
D/R
D/R
D
R
V
Vorbehaltl. Techn. Änderungen
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Materialpumpe / material pump MP 72/75
0114-014507
Materialpumpe MP 72/75
material pump MP 72/75
Vorbehaltl. Techn. Änderungen
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Materialpumpe / material pump MP 72/75
0114-014507
Materialpumpe MP 72/7
material pump MP 72/75
Vorbehaltl. Techn. Änderungen
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Materialpumpe / material pump MP 72/75
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
wahlw.
wahlw.
wahlw.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
15
wahlw.
wahlw.
wahlw.
18
19
19.1
19.2
19.3
19.4
19.5
20
21
22
Art.-Nr.
Bezeichnung
Description
0114-014507
Materialpumpe MP 72/75
material pump MP 72/75
0114-013987
0114-014502
0114-019093
0114-014567
0114-014505
0114-016000
0114-016274
0114-016264
0114-013555
0114-014202
0114-014370
0114-014083
0114-014499
0114-014159
0114-014579
0114-014012
0114-014627
0114-014022
0114-014755
0114-014159
0114-013783
0114-014498
0114-016001
0114-016275
0114-016265
0114-013946
0114-014726
0114-014025
0114-014749
0114-014568
0114-014622
0114-013834
0114-014415
0114-014201
0114-014570
O-Ring
Hochdruckkopf
Ablaßventil kpl.
Dichtring
Packung gemischt oben kpl.
Packung PTFE oben kpl.
o-ring
pump head
drain valve
gasket
upper packing mixed ass.
upper packing PTFE ass.
0114-014649
0114-014730
0114-016002
Packung hochfest gemischt kpl. oben upper high-strength packing mixed cpl.
Packung hochfest kpl. oben
upper high-strength packing cpl.
Rückschlagventil kpl.
Dichtung
Schraube
Druckfeder
Federgehäuse
Spannhülse
Doppelkolben
Dichtung
Kolbenventil kpl.
Kugel
Kugelführung
Spannhülse
Ventilgehäuse kpl.
Packung gemischt unten kpl.
Packung PTFE unten kpl.
non return valve
gasket
screw
spring
spring housing
tension pin
dual piston
gasket
valve piston ass.
ball
ball guide
tension pin
valve housing cpl.
lower packing mixed ass.
lower packing PTFE ass.
Packung hochfest gemischt kpl. unten lower high-strength packing mixed cpl.
Packung hochfest kpl. unten
lower high-strength packing cpl.
O-Ring
Bodenventil kpl.
Kugel
Kugelführung
Zylinderstift
Bodenventilgehäuse kpl.
Dichtung
Mutter
U-Scheibe
Stehbolzen
o-ring
bottom valve ass.
ball
ball guide
cylindrical pin
valve housing cpl.
gasket
nut
washer
threaded bolt
Dichtungssatz
Reparatursatz (Packung gem.)
Reparatursatz (Packung PTFE)
seal kit
repair kit (packing mixed)
repair kit (packing PTFE)
Verschleißteil
wearing part
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
Stück
Pcs.
D/R
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
D/R
D/R
R
R
D/R
R
D/R
R
R
R
D/R
R
R
D/R
D
R
R
V
Vorbehaltl. Techn. Änderungen
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Reparatursatz Luftmotor / repair kit air motor LM 140/75
0114-014736
4x
1x
2x
0114-013954
0114-014388
0114-014378
O-Ring 19x1,8 mm Steuerkolben kpl.
Dämpfungsscheibe
27x11,7 mm
1x
3x
0114-014618
0114-014608
Scheibe 31x12x9 mm O-Ring 11x2 mm
1x
0114-014383
Führungsring
L=43,5cm
1x
0114-014380
Nutring
21,8x12,2x5,2 mm
1x
0114-013992
O-Ring
129,2x5,7 mm
1x
0114-014619
Si-Ring JV32
1x
0114-014212
Si-Ring JS22
1x
0114-014421
O-Ring
12,3x2,4 mm
2x
0114-013993
O-Ring 140x3 mm
Für neue Ausführung
1x
0114-014359
Si-Ring JS40
1x
0114-014464
Führungsbuchse kpl.
2x
0114-013957
O-Ring 8x1,5 mm
Vorbehaltl. Techn. Änderungen
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Dichtungssatz Luftmotor / seal kit air motor LM 140/75
0114-014647
4x
0114-013954
O-Ring 19x1,8 mm
1x
0114-014380
Nutring 21,8x12,2x5,2 mm
1x
0114-013992
O-Ring
129,2x5,7 mm
1x
0114-014421
O-Ring
12,3x2,4 mm
1x
0114-014359
Si-Ring JS40
3x
0114-014608
O-Ring 11x2 mm
1x
0114-014212
Si-Ring JS22
2x
0114-013993
O-Ring 140x3 mm
1x
0114-014383
Führungsring
L=43,5cm
1x
0114-014464
Führungsbuchse kpl.
2x
0114-013957
O-Ring 8x1,5 mm
Vorbehaltl. Techn. Änderungen
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Dichtungssatz Materialpumpe / seal kit material pump MP 72/75
0114-014649
1x
0114-013987
O-Ring
53x2 mm
1x
0114-014012
Dichtung
24x20x1,5 mm
2x
0114-014567
O-Ring
58x53x3 mm
1x
0114-013946
O-Dichtung
43x39x2 mm
1x
0114-014202
CU-Dichtung
26x21x2 mm
1x
0114-013834
Dichtung
24,5x18x2 mm
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Ersatzteile Fahrgestell / spare parts trolley
Pos.
1
2
5
6
7
8
Art.-Nr.
Bezeichnung
0114-014614
Fahrgestell Typ 02
0114-014640
0114-014057
0114-014795
0114-019005
0114-014164
0114-014165
0114-014216
0114-014164
0114-014165
0114-014170
Gestell
Rad
Wandhalter kpl. bestehend aus:
Wandhalter
Mutter
U-Scheibe
Schraube
Mutter
U-Scheibe
Schraube
Stk.
pcs.
Description
trolley type 02
1
2
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
frame
wheel
wall holder cpl.
wall holder
nut
washer
screw
nut
washer
screw
1
6/7/8
5
2
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Ersatzteile Wandhalter / spare parts wall bracket
Pos. Art.-Nr.
Bezeichnung
0114-014795
Wandhalter Typ 02
0114-019005
0114-014216
0114-014165
0114-014164
Wandhalter
Schraube
U-Scheibe
Skt.Mutter
Stk.
pcs.
Description
wall bracket assy. type 02
1
4
4
4
wall bracket
screw
washer
nut
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Ersatzteilliste / Spare parts list
Druckregler / air regulator 3/8"-1/2" Aircombi
0110-011745
Druckregler Aircombi
9
air pressure regulator Aircombi
9
4
5
7
2
3
6
8
8
1
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Art.-Nr.
0114-009048
0110-009164
0114-013531-01
0110-009049
0110-009051
0114-020291
0114-009266
0114-021608
0114-014048
Bezeichnung
Einstecknippel
Winkelverschraubung
Druckregler kpl.
T-Stück
Reduziernippel
Druckregler kpl.
Doppelnippel
Kugelhahn
Manometer
Description
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
nipple
fitting
pressure regulator cpl.
T-piece
nipple
pressure regulator cpl.
nipple
valve
gauge
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Ersatzteilliste / Spare parts list
Druckregler / pressure regulator 1/2" Airless
0110-009348
Druckregler
2
pressure regulator
4
3
1.1
1
1.2
1.3
Pos.
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
2
3
4
Art.-Nr.
neu
0114-020291
0114-014048
0114-019051
0114-014125
0114-009044
0114-009266
0114-021608
Bezeichnung
Druckregler kpl.
Manometer
Druckregler
Knebelschraube mit Mutter
Einstecknippel
Doppelnippel
Kugelhahn
Stck.
Pcs.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
pressure regulator cpl.
pressure gauge
pressure regulator
t-handle with nut
nipple
nipple
valve
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Ersatzteile HD-Filter 03 / spare parts HP-filter 03
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Art.-Nr.
Bezeichnung
0110-009130
HD-Filter 03 kpl. mit Sieb 100 M
0114-016061
0114-016060
0110-009131
0110-009132
0110-009133
0110-009134
0114-014916
0114-014887
0114-014876
0114-014875
0114-014877
0114-014878
0114-016058
0114-016059
0110-009065
0114-019090
0114-019091
0114-019092
0110-009103
Dichtung
Feder für Siebeinsatz klein
Siebeinsatz 50 M, SS
Siebeinsatz 100 M, SS *
Siebeinsatz 150 M, SS
Siebeinsatz 200 M, SS
Siebeinsatz klein 30 M, blau
Siebeinsatz klein 50 M, orange
Siebeinsatz klein 70 M, gelb
Siebeinsatz klein 100 M, schwarz *
Siebeinsatz klein 150 M, rot
Siebeinsatz klein 200 M, weiss
Einlaufverschraubung
Auslassverschraubung
Erdungsklemme
Ablassverschraubung
Kugelhahn
Schlauchnippel
Rücklaufschlauch
Stück
Pcs.
Description
HP-filter cpl. + filter insert 100 m
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
gasket
spring for filter insert small
filter insert 50 mesh, SS
filter insert 100 mesh, SS
filter insert 150 mesh, SS
filter insert 200 mesh, SS
filter insert small 30 mesh, blue
filter insert small 50 mesh, orange
filter insert small 70 mesh, yellow
filter insert small 100 mesh, black
filter insert small 150 mesh, red
filter insert small 200 mesh, white
inlet screwing
outlet screwing
grounding clamp
outflow screwing
ball valve
hose connection
return flow hose
* standard
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Ersatzteilliste / spare parts list
Ersatzteile Ansaugleitung / spare parts suction system
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
Art.-Nr.
Bezeichnung
0114-014844
Ansaugsystem NW 20 flexibel
0114-013801
0114-018506
0114-013734
0114-014112
0114-014068
0114-014221
0114-014080
Reduziernippel
Ansaugleitung NW 20
Siebgehäuse
Materialsieb D 70 M 20
Materialsieb D 70 M 50
Materialsieb D 70 M 70
Sicherungsring
St.
Pcs.
Description
suction system DN 20 flexible
1
1
1
1
1
reducing nipple
suction hose DN 20
filter housing
strainer 20 mesh
strainer 50 mesh
strainer 70 mesh
retaining ring
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13. RECOMMENDED GUN
High Pressure
Pump
HP 3/28
Airless-Outfit
HP 3/28
Aircombi-Outfit
HP 4/20
Airless-Outfit
HP 4/20
Aircombi-Outfit
HP 4/32
Airless-Outfit
HP 4/32
Aircombi-Outfit
HP 6/34
Airless-Outfit
HP 6/34
Aircombi-Outfit
HP 6/60
Airless-Outfit
HP 10/32
Airless-Outfit
HP 10/32
Aircombi-Outfit
HP 20/66
Airless-Outfit
HP 25/48
Airless-Outfit
HP 30/32
Airless-Outfit
HP 30/75
Airless-Outfit
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Max. Pressure
Pump (bar)
Recommended Max. Pressure
Gun
Gun (bar)
HAP 50
Airless 1
AA 4000
DSG-2000
HAP 50
Airless 1
AA 1500
AA 4000
DSG-2000
HAP 50
Airless 1
AA 4000
DSG-2000
HAP 50
Airless 1
500
420
275
250
500
420
105
275
250
500
420
275
250
500
420
AA 4000
275
HAP 50
Airless 1
HAP 50
Airless 1
500
420
500
420
256
AA 4000
275
429
HAP 50
500
HAP 50
Airless 1
HAP 50
Airless 1
500
420
500
420
HAP 50
500
224
224
100
100
256
256
272
272
390
256
384
256
474
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14. EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
ITW Finishing Systems and Products
Ringwood Road,
Bournemouth
BH11 9LH,
England
As the representative/manufacturer of the items listed below:
High-Pressure Paint Pump Models BINKS
HP 4/20, HP 3/28, HP 4/32, HP 10/32, HP 6/34, HP 25/48, HP 6/60,
HP 20/66, HP 30/32, HP 30/75
Declare, under our sole responsibility, that the equipment to which this document relates is
in conformity with the following standards or other normative documents:
EN 13463 1:2009, EN 13463 5-2005, EN 982 :1996 + A1 :2008 and EN 12621 :2006
And thereby conform to the protection requirements of Council Directive 98/37/EC relating
to Machinery Safety Directive and council Directive 94/9/EC relating to Equipment and
Protective Systems intended for use in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres;
2 II Gc T4
Issued on: 23/02/10
Authorised by:
Dave Smith
General Manager
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15. WARRANTY STATEMENT
5 – Year HP Piston Pump Warranty
All Piston Pumps are backed by our 5-year warranty, as a measure of the confidence we place in
the quality of these products - a confidence that you can share.
BINKS HP Piston Pumps Five-Year Warranty
ITW Finishing Systems and Products (“ITW“) warrants to the original use purchaser of ITW
manufactured HP Piston Pumps that ITW will repair or replace, free of charge, including return
shipping costs within Europe, any such products which under normal use and service proves defective in material or workmanship, as determined by ITW inspection, within FIVE YEARS from
date of shipment from ITW, provided the claimed defective product, or part thereof, is promptly
returned to the ITW factory or ITW authorised warranty repair centre with transportation pre-paid.
This warranty does not cover failure of parts or components due to normal wear or damage, which
in the judgement of ITW, arises from misuse, abrasion, corrosion, negligence, accident, substitution of non ITW parts, faulty installation or tampering.
If ITW inspection discloses no defect in material or workmanship, repair or replacement and return
will not be covered by the ITW warranty.
This warranty covers ITW manufactured Piston Pumps manufactured and shipped on or after
January 1st, 2004.
Equipment not covered by this ITW warranty such as accessories or components of equipment
(switches, connections, fittings, hoses) which are sold by ITW are subject to the ITW Standard
Terms of Sales & Delivery and the terms of the individual manufacturer.
The foregoing warranty supersedes, voids and is lieu of all or any other ITW warranties, express
or implied, and no warranty or merchantability or fitness for particular purpose is intended or
made. ITW’s sole obligation and the original use purchaser’s role remedy is as stated above and
in no event shall ITW be liable for any special, direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or other
damages, or expenses of any nature including, without limitation, loss of profits or production time
incurred by the original use purchaser or any other party.
Authorised by:
David Smith
General Manager
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