evolver se robotic atomizers

evolver se robotic atomizers
SERVICE MANUAL
AA-09-01.3
MARCH - 2015
EVOLVER SE
ROBOTIC ATOMIZERS
MODEL: A12455-XXXXXXXX
IMPORTANT: Before using this equipment,
carefully read SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, starting
on page 1, and all instructions in this manual.
Keep this Service Manual for future reference.
Service Manual Price:
$50.00 (U.S.)
Evolver SE Robotic Atomizer
NOTE: This manual has been changed from revision AA-09-01.2 to revision AA-09-01.3. Reasons for this
change are noted under “Manual Change Summary” on page 82 of this manual.
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CONTENTS
PAGE
SAFETY: 1-5
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .......................................................................................................1
HAZARDS / SAFEGUARDS ...................................................................................................2-5
INTRODUCTION: 6-10
SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................................................................6
FEATURES..............................................................................................................................7
EVOLVER SE APPLICATOR MODEL IDENTIFICATION........................................................8-10
INSTALLATION: 10-15
GENERAL INFORMATION .....................................................................................................10-13
POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS........................................................................................14-15
OPERATION: 16-18
GENERAL GUIDELINES ........................................................................................................16-17
EVOLVER SE GUN CONTROLS - FLUID VALVE / TRIGGER ..............................................17
EVOLVER SE GUN CONTROLS - AIR ..................................................................................17-18
LVMP.......................................................................................................................................18
EVOLVER SE GUN CONTROLS - MECHANICALLY TIMED TRIGGER................................18
MAINTENANCE: 19-26
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ................................................................................19-20
APPLICATOR CLEANING.......................................................................................................21-26
SERVICE: 28-64
PROPER TOOLS....................................................................................................................28
SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY......................................................................................................29
SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY................................................................................................30-42
SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY.................................................................................................43-57
SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY - INSTALLATION.........................................................................58
GUN HEAD IDENTIFICATION................................................................................................59
TOOL CENTER POINT DRAWINGS.......................................................................................60-64
PARTS IDENTIFICATION: 65-80
EVOLVER SE COMPLETE ASSEMBLY ................................................................................65
EVOLVER SE MODEL IDENTIFICATION...............................................................................66-68
EVOLVER SE PARTS LIST.....................................................................................................69
SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY......................................................................................................70-72
DUMP MANIFOLD PARTS IDENTIFICATION........................................................................73
HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE SELECTION PARTS IDENTIFICATION..........................................74
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS..........................................................................................75-76
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CONTENTS (Cont.)
PAGE
PARTS IDENTIFICATION (Cont.)
65-80
REPAIR KITS..........................................................................................................................77
LUBRICANTS AND SEALERS................................................................................................77
80202 TRANS-TECH KIT........................................................................................................78
80374 EVOLVER BARE SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY..............................................................78
SPRAY APPLICATOR COVERS.............................................................................................79
TEST AIR CAPS AND GAUGE ASSEMBLY...........................................................................79
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE................................................................................................80
WARRANTY POLICIES: 81
LIMITED WARRANTY ............................................................................................................81
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Evolver SE Robotic Atomizer - Safety
SAFETY
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before operating, maintaining or servicing any
Ransburg electrostatic coating system, read
and understand all of the technical and safety
literature for your Ransburg products. This
manual contains information that is important for
you to know and understand. This information
relates to USER SAFETY and PREVENTING
EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. To help you recognize
this information, we use the following symbols.
Please pay particular attention to these sections.
A WARNING! States information to alert you
to a situation that might cause serious injury
if instructions are not followed.
A CAUTION! States information that tells how
to prevent damage to equipment or how to
avoid a situation that might cause minor injury.
A NOTE is information relevant to the procedure
in progress.
While this manual lists standard specifications
and service procedures, some minor deviations
may be found between this literature and your
equipment. Differences in local codes and plant
requirements, material delivery requirements,
etc., make such variations inevitable. Compare
this manual with your system installation
drawings and appropriate Ransburg equipment
manuals to reconcile such differences.
!
WARNING
†† The user MUST read and be familiar with
the Safety Section in this manual and the
Ransburg safety literature therein identified.
†† This manual MUST be read and
thoroughly understood by ALL personnel who
operate, clean or maintain this equipment!
Special care should be taken to ensure that
the WARNINGS and safety requirements
for operating and servicing the equipment
are followed. The user should be aware of
and adhere to ALL local building and fire
codes and ordinances as well as NFPA-33
SAFETY STANDARD, LATEST EDITION,
prior to installing, operating, and/or servicing
this equipment.
!
WARNING
†† The hazards shown on the following
pages may occur during the normal use
of this equipment. Please read the hazard
chart beginning on page 2.
Careful study and continued use of this manual will
provide a better understanding of the equipment
and process, resulting in more efficient operation,
longer trouble-free service and faster, easier
troubleshooting. If you do not have the manuals and
safety literature for your Ransburg system, contact
your local Ransburg representative or Ransburg.
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AREA
HAZARD
SAFEGUARDS
Spray Area
Fire Hazard
Fire extinguishing equipment must be present in
the spray area and tested periodically.
Tells where hazards
may occur.
Tells what the hazard is.
Improper or inadequate
operation and
maintenance procedures
will cause a fire hazard.
Protection against inadvertent
arcing that is capable of
causing fire or explosion is lost
if any safety interlocks are
disabled during operation.
Frequent Power Supply or
Controller shutdown indicates
a problem in the system
requiring correction.
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Spray areas must be kept clean to prevent the
accumulation of combustible residues.
Smoking must never be allowed in the spray area.
The high voltage supplied to the atomizer must be
turned off prior to cleaning, flushing or maintenance.
When using solvents for cleaning:
••Those used for equipment flushing should
have flash points equal to or higher than those
of the coating material.
•• The flash point of the cleaning solvent shall
be at least 15° C (27° F) above the ambient
temperature. Otherwise, the cleaning process
must be carried out in an area with forced air
ventilation. It is the end users responsibility to
insure this condition is met.
Spray booth ventilation must be kept at the
rates required by NFPA-33, OSHA, country, and
local codes. In addition, ventilation must be
maintained during cleaning operations using
flammable or combustible solvents.
Electrostatic arcing must be prevented. Safe
sparking distance must be maintained between
the parts being coated and the applicator. A
distance of 1 inch for every 10KV of output
voltage is required at all times.
Test only in areas free of combustible material.
Testing may require high voltage to be on, but
only as instructed.
Non-factory replacement parts or
unauthorized equipment modifications may
cause fire or injury.
If used, the key switch bypass is intended for use
only during setup operations. Production should
never be done with safety interlocks disabled.
Never use equipment intended for use in
waterborne installations to spray solvent based
materials.
The paint process and equipment should be
set up and operated in accordance with NFPA33, NEC, OSHA, local, country, and European
Health and Safety Norms.
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AREA
Tells where hazards
may occur.
Spray Area
HAZARD
Tells what the hazard is.
SAFEGUARDS
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Explosion Hazard
Improper or inadequate
operation and maintenance
procedures will cause a
fire hazard.
Protection against inadvertent
arcing that is capable of
causing fire or explosion is lost
if any safety interlocks are
disabled during operation.
Frequent Power Supply or
Controller shutdown indicates
a problem in the system
requiring correction.
Electrostatic arcing must be prevented. Safe
sparking distance must be maintained between
the parts being coated and the applicator. A
distance of 1 inch for every 10KV of output
voltage is required at all times.
Unless specifically approved for use in
hazardous locations, all electrical equipment
must be located outside Class I or II, Division 1 or
2 hazardous areas, in accordance with NFPA-33.
Test only in areas free of flammable or
combustible materials.
The current overload sensitivity (if equipped)
MUST be set as described in the corresponding
section of the equipment manual. Protection
against inadvertent arcing that is capable of
causing fire or explosion is lost if the current
overload sensitivity is not properly set. Frequent
power supply shutdown indicates a problem in
the system which requires correction.
Always turn the control panel power off prior
to flushing, cleaning, or working on spray
system equipment.
Before turning high voltage on, make sure no
objects are within the safe sparking distance.
Ensure that the control panel is interlocked
with the ventilation system and conveyor in
accordance with NFPA-33, EN 50176.
Have fire extinguishing equipment readily
available and tested periodically.
General Use and
Maintenance
Improper operation or
maintenance may create
a hazard.
Personnel must be
properly trained in the use
of this equipment.
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Personnel must be given training in accordance
with the requirements of NFPA-33, EN 60079-0.
Instructions and safety precautions must be read
and understood prior to using this equipment.
Comply with appropriate local, state, and national
codes governing ventilation, fire protection,
operation maintenance, and housekeeping.
Reference OSHA, NFPA-33, EN Norms and your
insurance company requirements.
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AREA
Tells where hazards
may occur.
Spray Area /
High Voltage
Equipment
HAZARD
Tells what the hazard is.
SAFEGUARDS
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Electrical Discharge
There is a high voltage device
that can induce an electrical
charge on ungrounded objects
which is capable of igniting
coating materials.
Inadequate grounding will
cause a spark hazard. A
spark can ignite many coating
materials and cause a fire
or explosion.
Parts being sprayed and operators in the spray
area must be properly grounded.
Parts being sprayed must be supported
on conveyors or hangers that are properly
grounded. The resistance between the part
and earth ground must not exceed 1 meg ohm.
(Refer to NFPA-33.)
Operators must be grounded. Rubber
soled insulating shoes should not be worn.
Grounding straps on wrists or legs may be used
to assure adequate ground contact.
Operators must not be wearing or carrying any
ungrounded metal objects.
When using an electrostatic handgun, operators
must assure contact with the handle of the
applicator via conductive gloves or gloves with
the palm section cut out.
NOTE: REFER TO NFPA-33 OR SPECIFIC
COUNTRY SAFETY CODES REGARDING
PROPER OPERATOR GROUNDING.
All electrically conductive objects in the spray
area, with the exception of those objects
required by the process to be at high voltage,
must be grounded. Grounded conductive
flooring must be provided in the spray area.
Always turn off the power supply prior to
flushing, cleaning, or working on spray
system equipment.
Unless specifically approved for use in hazardous
locations, all electrical equipment must be
located outside Class I or II, Division 1 or 2
hazardous areas, in accordance with NFPA-33.
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AREA
Tells where hazards
may occur.
Electrical
Equipment
HAZARD
Tells what the hazard is.
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Electrical Discharge
An electrical arc can ignite
coating materials and cause a
fire or explosion.
Unless specifically approved for use in
hazardous locations, the power supply, control
cabinet, and all other electrical equipment must
be located outside Class I or II, Division 1 and 2
hazardous areas in accordance with NFPA-33
and EN 50176.
Turn the power supply OFF before working on
the equipment.
Test only in areas free of flammable or
combustible material.
Testing may require high voltage to be on, but
only as instructed.
Production should never be done with the
safety circuits disabled.
Before turning the high voltage on, make sure
no objects are within the sparking distance.
Certain material may be harmful
if inhaled, or if there is contact
with the skin.
Follow the requirements of the Material
Safety Data Sheet supplied by coating
material manufacturer.
High voltage equipment is
utilized in the process. Arcing
in the vicinity of flammable
or combustible materials
may occur. Personnel are
exposed to high voltage during
operation and maintenance.
Protection against inadvertent
arcing that may cause a fire or
explosion is lost if safety circuits
are disabled during operation.
Frequent power supply
shut-down indicates a
problem in the system which
requires correction.
Toxic Substances
SAFEGUARDS
Adequate exhaust must be provided to keep the
air free of accumulations of toxic materials.
Use a mask or respirator whenever there is a
chance of inhaling sprayed materials. The mask
must be compatible with the material being
sprayed and its concentration. Equipment must
be as prescribed by an industrial hygienist or
safety expert, and be NIOSH approved.
Spray Area
Explosion Hazard –
Incompatible Materials
Halogenated hydrocarbon
solvents for example:
methylene chloride and
1,1,1,-Trichloroethane are not
chemically compatible with the
aluminum that might be used
in many system components.
The chemical reaction
caused by these solvents
reacting with aluminum can
become violent and lead to an
equipment explosion.
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Aluminum is widely used in other spray
application equipment - such as material pumps,
regulators, triggering valves, etc. Halogenated
hydrocarbon solvents must never be used with
aluminum equipment during spraying, flushing,
or cleaning. Read the label or data sheet for
the material you intend to spray. If in doubt as
to whether or not a coating or cleaning material
is compatible, contact your coating supplier.
Any other type of solvent may be used with
aluminum equipment.
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INTRODUCTION
The Evolver SE is an automatic robot mounted
spray applicator capable of spraying solvent
borne or waterborne coatings electrostatically
or non-electrostatically. It incorporates a unique
1/3 turn quick disconnect spray head. The spray
head and valve manifold contain fluid and air
passages. All fluid passages contain stainless
steel and/or plastic fittings, compatible with
halogenated hydrocarbon solvents.
SPECIFICATIONS
Environmental/Physical
Robot / Mounting Compatibility:
All non-hollow and hollow wrist robots, Paint Mate,
reciprocator and stationary stands.
Operating Voltage:
85 kV maximum with 9060 or Voltage Master
power supply.
Operating Temperature Range:
55°F (12.8 °C) to 131°F (55°C)
Weight:
SE with gun, manifold and bracket = 3.35 lbs
(1.52 kg) max.
SE with gun, manifold, dump block and bracket
= 3.60 lbs (1.64 kg) max.
Length:
Dependent on configuration
(see configuration drawings)
Operating Air Pressures:
Atomizing Air: 100 psig max. (6.9 bar)
Fan Air: 100 psig max. (6.9 bar)
Trigger Air: 70 psig min. - 100 psig max. (4.8 - 6.9 bar)
Dump Pilot: 70 psig min. - 100 psig max. (4.8 - 6.9 bar)
Operating Fluid Pressure: 100 psig max. (6.9 bar)
Tubing Requirements:
Atomizing Air: 5/16” (8mm) OD Nylon
Fan Air: 5/16” (8mm) OD Nylon
Trigger Air: 5/32” (4mm) OD Nylon
Dump Pilot: 5/32” (4mm) OD Nylon
Fluid (PTFE): 5/16” (8mm) non-shielded
Fluid (optional): 3/8” OD shielded (for waterborne
or highly conductive materials)
Dump (PTFE): 5/16” (8mm)
Robot Wrist Movement:
Axis 6 limit to 430°
Paint Flow Rate:
Variable to 500 cc/min.
(Depending on viscosity and configuration)
Trigger Response Time:
150 msec. OPEN
220 msec. CLOSED
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FEATURES
The features of the Evolver SE applicator includes:
• Quick disconnect spray head.
• High quality Ransburg air cap and fluid nozzle.
• Dual start, dual pitch air cap retaining ring.
• Bleed or non-bleed option.
• Internal fan and atomization air control valve,
with a mechanically timed trigger sequence.
• Adaptable to any robot mounting configuration.
• Adjustable angle spray head.
• Dump valve version available.
Evolver SE With “Dead Head” or Recirculation Manifold
Evolver SE With Dump Valve
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EVOLVER SE - APPLICATOR
MODEL IDENTIFICATION
When ordering, use A12455-AABCDEFG as indicated by Tables AA, B, C, D, E, F and G.
Eight (8) digits must follow the basic part number.
For Example:
A12455 - XX - X - X - XX - X - X - X
TABLE G - POWER SUPPLY
TABLE F - HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE
TABLE E - FLUID FITTING
TABLE D - ROBOT ADAPTER
TABLE C - BRACKET CONFIGURATION
TABLE B - BODY ASSEMBLY STYLE
TABLE AA - GUN HEAD CONFIGURATION
BASIC PART NUMBER
TABLE AA - GUN HEAD CONFIGURATION
Dash #
Description
“C”
00
- - -
NONE
01 A12630-01 CONVENTIONAL/NON-BLEED SPRAY GUN HEAD (.055” TIP, 1.4MM)
03 A12630-03 CONVENTIONAL BLEED SPRAY GUN HEAD (.055” TIP, 1.4MM)
21
A12630-21
TRANS-TECH/BLEED SPRAY GUN HEAD (.055” TIP, 1.4MM)
22
A12630-22
TRANS-TECH/NON-BLEED SPRAY GUN HEAD (.055” TIP, 1.4MM)
TABLE B - BODY ASSEMBLY STYLE
Dash #
“A”
“B”
“E”
Description
0
- - -
- - - - - -
NONE
1
A12451-01
1
1
NON-RECIRCULATING BODY ASSEMBLY
2
A12451-02
2
1
RECIRCULATING BODY ASSEMBLY
3 A12451-001 2NON-RECIRCULATING BODY ASSEMBLY WITH DUMP VALVE BLOCK
TABLE C - BRACKET CONFIGURATION
Dash #
Bracket Ass’y “M”
Robot Adapter
0
1
2
3
- - -
A12552-00
A12553-00
A12554-00
- - -
NONE
TABLE D ITEM “D”
NONE
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Description
NO BRACKET
PAINT MATE ROBOT
HOLLOW WRIST ROBOT
STATIONARY OR POLE MOUNT
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TABLE D - ROBOT ADAPTER
Description
Dash #
“B”
Notes
00 ADAPTER NOT INCLUDED N/A
01 FANUC P145/P155 78983-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
02 ABB 5400, 5002 79107-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
03 FANUC P200/P250 79131-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
04 KAWASAKI KE610L A10847-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
05 MOTOMAN PX2850 A10848-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
06 MOTOMAN PX2900 A10849-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
07 B&M LZ2000 A10851-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
08 ABB 5400 ENHANCED WRIST A12036-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
09 MOTOMAN EPX2050 A13697-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
10 FANUC P200-P250 A13733-00 EXTENDED LENGTH WITH 1 WINDOW
11 KAWASAKI KE610L A13734-00 EXTENDED LENGTH WITH 1 WINDOW
12 ABB 5400 ENHANCED WRIST A13735-00 EXTENDED LENGTH WITH 1 WINDOW
13 MOTOMAN EXP2050 A13736-00 EXTENDED LENGTH WITH 1 WINDOW
14
MOTOMAN EPX2900
A13765-00
STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
TABLE E - FLUID FITTING TYPE
Dash #
0
1
2
“J”
- - -
LSFI0022-05
A12543-00
Description
--FITTING 8M OR 5/16 O.D. TUBE
FITTING 3/8 O.D. TUBE (HIGH CONDUCTIVE MATERIAL)
TABLE F - HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE
Dash #
“P”
0
1
2
3
- - -
A10560-25D
A10560-50D
A10560-75D
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Description
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25 FT LONG (7.6 METERS)
50 FT LONG (15.2 METERS)
75 FT LONG (22.8 METERS)
“R”
“S”
“V”
“X”
- - -
-421
-431
-441
- - -
-621
-631
-641
- - -
-121
-131
-141
---321
-331
-341
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TABLE G - POWER SUPPLY
App.
“Q”
Pneumatic
Module
Remote
Manifold
Description
0
---
- - -
- - -
---
1 80100-211
- - -
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY - DOMESTIC –
110/120 VOLT– INTERNAL CASCADE
2 80100-213
- - -
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY - CHINA –
220/240 VOLT– INTERNAL CASCADE
380146-”R” 80112-00 76791-12 9060 POWER SUPPLY– DOMESTIC – OIL FILLED
EXTERNAL CASCADE– PNUEMATIC MODULE
480146-”S” 80112-00
76791-12
9060 POWER SUPPLY– CHINA- OIL FILLED
EXTERNAL CASCADE– PNUEMATIC MODULE
5 80146-”R”
NONE
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY ONLY DOMESTIC –
OIL FILLED EXTERNAL CASCADE
6 80146-”S”
NONE
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY ONLY – CHINA OIL
FILLED EXTERNAL CASCADE
7 80146-”V”
NONE
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY– US 10” RACK OIL
FILLED CASCADE
8 80146-”X”
NONE
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY– CHINA 10” RACK
OIL FILLED CASCADE
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“I”
“U”
0
0
1
1
1
1
00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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INSTALLATION
This information is intended ONLY to indicate the
general installation parameters of this product
and, where applicable, its working relationship to
other Ransburg system components in typical use.
4.Install the 5/32” (4mm) trigger pilot tubing into
the collet style fitting. Make sure to push the
tubing past the o-ring. Gently pull on the tubing
to ensure it is secure.
Each installation is unique and should be directed
by an authorized Ransburg representative
or conducted using the Ransburg installation
drawings provided for your particular installation.
5.If equipped with dump valve: Install the 5/16”
(8mm) dump line (PTFE) into the compression
fitting on the dump block body. Use two
wrenches to prevent fitting from turning. Gently
pull on the tubing to ensure it is secure. Install
the 5/32” (4mm) dump pilot tubing into the collet
style fitting. Make sure to push the tubing past
the o-ring. Gently pull on the tubing to ensure
it is secure.
High Voltage Cable and Tubing
(Installation)
1.Connect the high voltage cable to the body
assembly by first adding a small amount of
dielectric grease (NOT petroleum jelly) to the
banana plug end. Fully insert cable until it
bottoms out in the plug receptacle. Once fully
inserted, place the red collet lock behind the
collet to secure the cable in place. Gently pull
the cable to ensure it is locked securely.
2.Insert the 5/16” (8mm) or optional 3/8” PTFE
paint line into the compression fitting and tighten
securely. Use two wrenches to prevent fitting
from turning. Gently pull on the tubing to ensure
it is secure.
3. Install the 5/16” (8mm) fan and atomization air
tubing into the collet style fittings. Make sure
to push the tubing past the o-ring. Gently pull
on the tubing to ensure it is secure.
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High Voltage Cable and Tubing
(Removal)
**Ensure high voltage is turned OFF and
pressure in ALL air and fluid lines are at ZERO.
1.High voltage cable: Remove red retaining
clip. Push down on the collet and then pull
cable straight out.
2.Air tubing (all): Push down on collet and pull
straight out.
3.Fluid tubing (all): Use two wrenches to
prevent the fitting from turning. Loosen nut
and ferrule and remove by hand.
Paint Mate Robot
1. Typical tubing bundle management consists of
wrapping entire bundle with spiral wrap.
2. Start at approximately 18 inches or 457mm
behind the applicator.
3. Wrap every 2-3 ft. (.6 -.9m).
4. Route tubing through the center arm open area.
5. Secure a strain relief (surgical tubing) from the
main support arm and attach to the tubing.
6. Allow at least 2-3 ft. (.6 -.9m) of slack in tubing
at the applicator.
7.Tubing on wrist rotation should be held to a
maximum rotation of 430°.
8.Cycle program slowly to check for any pinch
or catch points.
Changing Gun Head Angle
1.To change the angle of the gun head, the
shoulder screws need to be removed.
2. Align the threaded holes to the gun head angle
position desired.
3.Install shoulder screws at tighten to a final
torque of 15 lbs-in (1.69 Nm).
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Non-Hollow Wrist / Hollow
Wrist Conversion
Ransburg REA-III / Evolver SE
Conversion Bracket
Conversion from a non-hollow wrist robot
configuration to a hollow wrist robot can be easily
done by removing the screws indicated in the above
drawing and simply lifting out the center piece.
With the optional conversion bracket (see below),
the Evolver SE can be a direct replacement for
the Ransburg REA-III gun.
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Evolver SE to 80120 Power
Supply Connections
The drawing below shows the connections between
the Evolver SE and the 80120 power supply.
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Evolver SE to 80100 Power
Supply Connections
The drawing below shows the connections between
the Evolver SE and the 80100 power supply.
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OPERATION
!
WARNING
†† Operators must be fully trained in
safe operation of electrostatic equipment.
Operators must read all instructions and
safety precautions prior to using this
equipment (see NFPA-33, EN 50176).
†† Electrical discharge of a high electrical
capacitance fluid/paint system can cause
fire or explosion with some materials. If
arcing occurs when a specific coating
material is used, turn the system OFF and
verify that the fluid in non-flammable. In
these conditions, the system is capable
of releasing sufficient electrical and
thermal energy to cause ignition of specific
hazardous materials in the air.
As with any spray finishing system, operation of the
Evolver SE involves properly setting the operating
parameters to obtain the best finish quality for the
coating material being sprayed while maintaining
correct operation and reliability of the equipment
used. Adjustments to operating parameters, which
cover spraying, cleaning, and ON/OFF control,
include the following:
• Coating Materials
• Fluid Flow Rate Control
• Fluid Valve / Trigger Control
• Atomization Air (paint atomization control)
• Fan Air (pattern control)
• Electrostatic Voltage
GENERAL GUIDELINES
Paint Viscosity: The applicator is capable of
atomizing paint of most any desired viscosity,
however it is recommended to keep the material
viscosity as low as possible. This allows spraying at
lower fan and atomization air pressures which result
in less overspray and higher transfer efficiency.
!
WARNING
†† Most paints and solvents are toxic to a
certain degree and flammable or combustible.
Use them only in a well ventilated atmosphere.
Use protective equipment as required in the
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) supplied
with the substance.
• Target Distance
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Fluid Flow Rate
Fluid flow is adjusted through the robot PLC by
varying the pilot pressure to an exterior fluid regulator.
Fluid pressures from the circulating system may
exceed the maximum fluid pressure rating of the
Evolver SE applicator. Because of these high fluid
pressures, a manual step-down fluid regulator must
be used.
Target Distance
The distance between the applicator tip and the article
being painted should be 10-14 inches (254-356mm)
when using high voltage. Excessive distance will
reduce transfer efficiency and cause wrap back (paint
particles being deposited on the applicator body or
the robot arm). At close distances the voltage at the
tip of the applicator will be reduced, which decreases
the charging effect of the applicator.
!
WARNING
†† If target distance is less than 8 inches
(203mm), an arc could occur.
Electrostatic Voltage
Under no load conditions, the maximum voltage
limit for the Evolver SE applicator is 85 kV. Some
painting operations may require different voltage
settings to obtain optimum transfer efficiencies. If
Faraday cage areas (narrow or recessed areas)
are predominant on the item being painted, a
lower voltage setting would aid in coating these
areas. When not spraying, it is recommended to
set back voltage 30-40 kV or OFF between target
parts. Sometimes, depending on the target carrier
spacing, higher setback voltages may be required.
EVOLVER SE GUN
CONTROLS
(Fluid Valve / Trigger)
Trigger and Dump
The fluid valves in the Evolver SE are actuated
by an air signal. The air pressure must exceed
70 psi (4.8 bar) to assure proper actuation of the
valve. Applying air to the valve actuator turns on
the fluid flow for the valve.
The paint trigger valve controls the paint flow to
the applicator. When actuated, paint flows through
the valve to the fluid tube and into the spray head.
The dump valve controls the paint flow through the
dump line. When actuated, paint flow is directed
to the dump return line. This provides a method
of rapidly removing paint from the incoming line
for cleaning and/or color change. Normally the
dump valve is not actuated at the same time as
the paint valve since the paint valve is intended
to cause the fluid to flow to the applicator head at
the set input pressure.
EVOLVER SE GUN
CONTROLS (Air)
Atomization (A) / Fan Air (F)
The atomization and fan air are turned on by the
trigger line and are controlled by an internal air
valve located in the applicator head. During normal
operation with the applicator triggered off, there is
a slight bleed of air through the atomization port.
This helps keep the passage clean.
Atomizing Air
Adjustments are made through the robot PLC or
a manually adjustable air regulator. The lowest
air pressure required to break up the paint should
be used. Lower atomizing air pressures result in
less overspray and increased transfer efficiency.
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Fan Air
Adjusting the fan air increases or decreases the
size of the spray pattern. Increasing pressure
increases pattern size. Pattern adjustment should
be made to suit the size and shape of the object
being painted. This adjustment is made through the
robot PLC or a manually adjustable air regulator.
LVMP
EVOLVER SE GUN
CONTROLS
(Mechanically Timed Trigger)
The mechanically timed trigger of the Evolver
SE ensures that the atomization and fan air are
ON before paint flows out of the applicator (see
diagram below). The helps prevent the gun from
spitting paint from lack of atomization or fan air.
LVMP (TransTech ) is available standard on the
Evolver 500 Series. LVMP operates on Lower
Volume Medium Pressures. LVMP has higher
transfer efficiency compared to standard air spray
without electrostatics. With electrostatics, comparable efficiency is higher.
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MAINTENANCE
Good maintenance is essential to safe and
productive operation. Schedules should be
established by the user, based on the following
general information and observations of the initial
production requirements.
The Ransburg maintenance and safety information
should be made available to each operator.
Normal fire protection measures are necessary,
including proper storage of paints and solvents
and the proper disposal of waste. Ready access to
appropriate fire extinguishing equipment is required.
For details, consult the appropriate NFPA safety
information, your local fire codes, local painting
equipment standards, OSHA requirements, as well
as your insurance carrier’s information.
!
WARNING
†† Unexpected robot movement can be
hazardous. Do not adjust or repair the spray
applicator when the robot is operating or
waiting to start. The robot must be locked out
and tagged out per OSHA.
†† Do not adjust or repair the spray applicator
when the power supply is ON. Turn OFF
the power supply and follow OSHA lockout /
tagout procedures.
†† Those used for equipment flushing
should have flash points equal to or higher
than those of the coating material.
†† Those solvents used for cleaning must
have a flash point at minimum of 5°C (9°F)
greater than the ambient temperature. It is
the end users responsibility to insure this
condition is met.
†† Never remove spray applicator head from
assembly while it is under pressure.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Follow these maintenance steps to extend the life of
the applicator and ensure efficient operation:
Several Times Daily
Step 1
Inspect the fluid nozzle
and electrode wire for paint
accumulation. Clean as
frequently as necessary.
(See “Procedures” in the
“Maintenance” section.)
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE (Cont.)
Daily (or at Shift Start)
Step 1
Inspect work holders for accumulated
coating materials (remove such
accumulations if present). Using a Meg
Ohm meter, measure the resistance of
the work holder to ground (should be less
than 1 Mega Ohm), at 250V or 500V.
Step 2
Check that the nozzle assembly is
clean and undamaged.
Shut Down (or at Shift End)
Step 1
Flush the lines and allow the solvent to remain in the lines. (See “Procedures” in the
“Maintenance” section.)
Step 2
Wipe the applicator and robot wrist with a cloth and a suitable, clean non-polar solvent.
Weekly
Step 1
Check the entire system for damage, leaks and paint accumulation.
Step 2
Clean the atomizer assembly.
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APPLICATOR CLEANING
Step 1
Flush the paint supply line and the
applicator paint passages using a solvent
which is compatible with the material
being sprayed. Continue to flush until all
traces of paint are gone.
Step 2
Turn off the solvent supply, actuate
paint push out air at the color changer
and trigger the applicator. Allow all
of the fluid to drain from the spray
applicator fluid passages.
Step 3
Clean the exterior surfaces of the spray
applicator with a solvent soaked rag.
Step 4
Remove end cap. Removing the
end cap releases tension on all
internal spray head components.
Remove needle spring and valve
spring, which are loose after
removing the piston cap.
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APPLICATOR CLEANING (Cont.)
Step 5
Remove the air cap retainer and air
cap. Soak in a solvent if necessary.
If paint remains in the air cap holes,
clean with a toothpick or similar
soft wood object. Air caps are best
cleaned in an ultrasonic cleaner.
! CAUTION
†† Never attempt to clean the air cap
holes with a wire or other metal object.
Doing so may damage the air cap,
resulting in distortion of the
spray pattern.
Step 6
Remove the air cap locater and fluid tip. Clean using a solvent.
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APPLICATOR CLEANING (Cont.)
Step 7
Tightly grip the needle and unscrew
counter-clockwise to remove the
electrode. A short piece of H-2339
tubing (1/4” OD x 0.175” ID) pressed
over the electrode will assist in
unscrewing the assembly. If required,
use needle nose pliers with masking
or duct tape. Carefully clean with a
solvent. Replace any parts that show
signs of wear or damage.
Step 8
Remove fluid nozzle by unscrewing
counter-clockwise. Inspect o-ring and all
passages for build-up or damage. Clean
or replace as necessary. Lubricate and
reinsert o-ring into applicator barrel and
reinstall fluid nozzle. Torque fluid nozzle
to 25 lbs-in (2.82 Nm).
NOTE
†† There should be a small gap between
the fluid nozzle and the applicator barrel
after tightening.
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APPLICATOR CLEANING (Cont.)
Step 9
After cleaning, insert the front needle
back into the spray head assembly.
Apply low strength (purple) thread
locker, to the threads of the tip
assembly before reassembly.
Rear
Step 10
Install the electrode.
NOTE
†† The electrode should always be
installed and tightened before installing
the fluid tip and valve springs.
Front
Step 11
Screw fluid tip back into place.
Hand tighten first, then with a small
wrench, tighten an additional 30°.
! CAUTION
†† After tightening the fluid tip, always
check to see if the proper gap of 1/16”
(1.59mm) between the needle nuts and
air valve stem occur, before installing
the needle and valve springs back into
the head.
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APPLICATOR CLEANING (Cont.)
Step 12
Replace air cap locater, air cap,
and air cap retainer .
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APPLICATOR CLEANING (Cont.)
Step 13
Apply a thin film of petroleum jelly to
valve and needle springs. Install the
springs back into the end cap and
the spray head assembly.
Step 14
Screw end cap back on. Reassembly complete!
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SERVICE
!
WARNING
†† Eye protection should be worn while
servicing gun.
!
!
WARNING
†† Unexpected robot movement can be
hazardous. Do not adjust or repair the spray
applicator when the robot is operating or
waiting to start. The robot must be locked out
and tagged out per OSHA prior to removing the
applicator from the robot manifold assembly.
Before performing any work on the spray applicator,
always flush the fluid passages and blow dry
with push-out air, and wipe the spray applicator
clean. Refer to “Gun Cleaning / Service” in the
“Maintenance” section, for instructions on how to
properly clean the spray applicator. Depressurize
all fluid and air pressures before removing the
applicator from its manifold. Always work in a clear,
clean space to minimize part loss and damage.
CAUTION
†† As the spray head is removed from the
valve manifold assembly, a certain amount of
residual fluid may be present. Care must be
taken not to allow the fluid to drain into the
high voltage terminal rings or air passages.
NOTE
†† Disassemble spray head only enough
to remove and replace defective parts.
For instance, if only replacing the front
electrode it is not necessary to remove the
fluid nozzle.
NOTE
†† To prevent damage, always lubricate
the o-rings located on the underside of the
spray head.
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PROPER TOOLS
Wrenches / Special Tools
3/8” drive, in./lbs. torque wrench standard hex key set combination wrenches(1/4”, 15/16”,
11/32”, 9/16”, 1-1/8”, 2-3/8”), seal carrier tool, socket for seal carrier tool.
Screwdrivers
Flat head screwdrivers and torque screwdrivers.
Miscellaneous
Sealants, lubricants and insulators.
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SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY
(Removal)
Step 1
Loosen the spray head retainer:
• Use a 3/16” hex wrench.
• Turn clockwise to loosen.
Step 2
Turn the spray head clockwise
and remove.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY
Spray Head End Cap: 79148-00
Compression Spring: 17615-00
Valve Return Spring: 9334-00
Step 1
Remove spring tension on the electrode / fluid
tip by removing the piston end cap.
Step 2
Remove the piston and needle return springs.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Air Cap: (see Appendix parts list)
Retaining Ring: (see Appendix parts list)
Step 3
Loosen and remove the air cap
retaining ring.
Step 4
Remove and inspect the air cap:
• Wear.
• Material build-up.
• Cracks or damage.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Air Cap Locater: EMF-192
Fluid Tip: (see Appendix parts list)
Step 5
Remove the air cap locater.
Step 6
Remove and inspect the fluid tip.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Solvent Proof O-ring: 79001-01
High Wear Electrode: 70430-01
Fluid Hole Nozzle: (see Appendix parts list)
Step 7
Remove the electrode:
• Turn counter-clockwise.
• Use H-2339 tubing (1/4” OD x 0.175 ID) if necessary.
• Inspect tapered surface for damage.
• Wire should be straight and roughly 1/2” long.
Step 8
Remove and inspect the fluid nozzle.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Needle Shaft Assembly: 79151-00
Solvent Proof O-ring: 79001-01
Step 9
Remove the o-ring from the spray head if it does
not come out with the nozzle.
Step 10
Remove the rear needle assembly.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Jam Nut:: 7733-07
Piston Return Spring: RME-38
Washer Seal: EMF-7
Seal: RME-32
Step 11
The fluid seal, seal washer, and seal spring can
now be removed from the front of the gun.
Step 12
Use two 3/8” wrenches to loosen the air valve
adjustment nut and jam nut.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Piston Nut:: 7733-07
U-cup Piston: RME-38
Piston Plate: EMF-7
Air Valve Shaft: RME-32
Solvent Proof O-rings: 79001-28 79001-29
Rear Piston Seal Carrier: 79146-00
Step 13
Slide the piston assembly out of the body
(use pliers if necessary).
Step 14
Remove the piston nut.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Piston Nut:: 7733-07
U-cup Piston: RME-38
Piston Plate: EMF-7
Air Valve Shaft: RME-32
Solvent Proof O-rings: 79001-28 79001-29
Rear Piston Seal Carrier: 79146-00
Step 15
Remove the piston u-cup from the piston plate.
Step 16
Remove the o-ring from the air shaft.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Solvent Proof O-rings: 79001-28 79001-29
Rear Piston Seal Carrier: 79146-00
Step 17
Using the seal carrier tool, remove the seal
retainer from the spray head.
Step 18
Remove the o-ring from the seal retainer.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Air Valve Bushing: 79143-00
Solvent Proof O-ring: 79001-01
PTFE O-ring: 13076-13
Step 19
Slide the bushing out of the spray head. It may
require hooking and pulling the bushing out using
an Allen wrench or similar object.
Step 20
Remove the two o-rings from the bushing.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Rear Seal Carrier: 79172-00
Solvent Proof O-ring: 79001-06
Step 21
Slide the seal carrier out of the spray head.
Step 22
Slide the seal carrier out of the spray head.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Solvent Proof O-ring: 79001-01
Connector Spring: 79171-00
Step 23
Remove the o-ring from the spray head.
Step 24
Remove the high voltage contact spring from
the spray head.
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SPRAY HEAD DISASSEMBLY (Cont.)
SHCS Screw: 79142-00
Connection Plug: 79141-00
Step 25
Remove the socket head cap screw holding
the connection plug.
Step 26
Remove the connection plug from the
spray head.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY
Conductive Compressible Contact: 14061-09
SHCS Screw: 79142-00
Connection Plug: 79141-00
Step 1
If present, skip step1 cut .820 length of
SSW-1125 and insert into hole. Form to
ID of gun head while clearing central hole.
Step 2
Install the conductive sponge (if removed)
and the connection plug into the spray head.
Step 3
Install and tighten the socket head cap screw:
• Torque the screw to 5 lbs.-in. (0.56 Nm).
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Solvent Proof O-ring: 79001-01
Connector Spring: 79171-00
Step 4
Insert the high voltage contact spring into the spray head.
Step 5
Install the o-ring into the spray head:
• Push all of the way to the bottom.
• Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to the o-ring.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Step 6
Install the o-ring into the seal carrier:
• Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to the o-ring.
Step 7
Install the seal carrier into the spray head:
• Push all of the way to the bottom.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Step 8
Install the o-ring into the spray head:
• Push all of the way to the bottom.
• Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to the o-ring.
Step 9
Install the two o-rings onto the bushing:
• White PTFE o-ring (shuts OFF the fan air).
• O-ring (keeps fan and atomization air separated).
• Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to the o-ring.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Step 10
Install the bushing into the spray head.
Step 11
Ensure that the alignment pin is in the
correct position.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Step 12
Install the o-ring into the seal retainer. This o-ring separates
cylinder air and atomization air. Apply a thin layer of petroleum
jelly to the o-ring.
Step 13
Using the seal carrier tool, install the seal retainer into the spray head:
• Torque to 30-35 lbs.-in. (3.4-4.0 Nm) If not properly torqued, the
atomization and fan air may equalize resulting in lack of fan control.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Step 14
Install the o-ring onto the air valve shaft. This o-ring separates
fan and atomization air. Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to
the o-ring.
Step 15
Insert the piston plate into the piston u-cup:
• Will leak trigger air out the vent hole in the rear cap if bad.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Step 16
Install the piston nut.
Step 17
Slide the piston assembly into the
spray head.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Needle Shaft Assembly: 79151-00
Solvent Proof O-ring: 79001-01
Step 18
Loosely install the air valve adjustment nut and jam nut onto the needle shaft:
• The air valve adjustment nut should be approximately flush with the end
of the needle shaft.
Step 19
Install the rear needle assembly into
the spray head.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Piston Return Spring: RME-38
Washer Seal: EMF-7
Seal: RME-32
Step 20
Install the spring, seal washer, and
fluid seal onto the needle shaft.
Step 21
Install the o-ring into the spray head. Push
the o-ring all the way to the shoulder.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Solvent Proof O-ring: 79001-01
High Wear Electrode: 70430-01
Fluid Hole Nozzle: (see Appendix parts list)
Step 22
Install the fluid nozzle:
• Torque fluid nozzle to 23-25 lbs.-in. (2.6-2.8 Nm).
• Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to the o-ring and threads
on the fluid nozzle assembly.
Step 23
Install the electrode:
• Use low strength thread lock.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Air Cap Locater: EMF-192
Fluid Tip: (see Appendix parts list)
Step 24
Install the fluid tip (hand tight plus 30°).
Step 25
Install the air cap locating ring.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Air Cap: (see Appendix parts list)
Retaining Ring: (see Appendix parts list)
Step 26
Install the air cap and the air cap retaining ring.
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Step 27
With the electrode seated in the fluid tip,
measure the distance between the jam nut
and the piston assembly.
Springs and Piston Cap omitted for clarity
Step 28
Tighten the air valve adjustment nut to the jam
nut when 1/16” is measured.
Re-check measurement.
This adjustment ensures that atomization and fan
air are ON before the fluid needle is engaged.
Springs and Piston Cap omitted for clarity
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SPRAY HEAD REASSEMBLY (Cont.)
Spray Head End Cap: 79148-00
Compression Spring: 17615-00
Valve Return Spring: 9334-00
Step 29
Install the piston and needle return springs.
Step 30
Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly to the piston
cap threads. Install the piston cap.
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SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY (Installation)
Step 1
Apply dielectric grease into the labyrinth
of the spray head.
Apply a thin layer dielectric grease onto the
o-rings before installing the spray head.
Step 2
Install the spray head onto the mounting block
and turn it (counter-clockwise) into position.
Step 3
Tighten the spray head retainer:
• Use a 3/16” hex wrench Turn counter-clockwise
to tighten Do not over-tighten.
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GUN HEAD IDENTIFICATION
All gun heads carrying the letters “CHT” are designed
to be used with any atomization technology available
for the Evolver, Conventional, HVLP, or Trans-Tech.
Only gun heads marked “CHT” are capable of this
change. See figure below for clarity.
CHT Identification
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TOOL CENTER POINT DRAWINGS
13.32 [338.37]
11.51 [292.46]
PAINT MATE
60°
8.10 [205.67]
11.56 [293.66] (4" TARGET)
13.29 [337.65] (6" TARGET)
15.03 [381.65] (8" TARGET)
16.76 [425.64] (10" TARGET)
18.49 [469.64] (12" TARGET)
10.85 [275.67]
PAINT MATE
12.66 [321.60]
12.85 [326.47] (4" TARGET)
13.85 [351.87] (6" TARGET)
14.85 [377.27] (8" TARGET)
15.85 [402.67] (10" TARGET)
16.85 [428.07] (12" TARGET)
PAINT MATE
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15.66 [397.80 (6" TARGET)
16.66 [423.20] (8" TARGET)
17.66 [448.60] (10" TARGET)
18.66 [474.00] (12" TARGET)
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17.62 [447.62] (4'' TARGET)
19.62 [498.35] (6" TARGET)
21.62 [549.15] (8' TARGET)
23.62 [599.94] (10' TARGET)
25.62 [650.75] (12' TARGET)
15.81 [401.68] (4' TARGET)
17.81 [452.37] (6' TARGET)
19.81 [503.17] (8' TARGET)
21.81 [553.97] (10' TARGET)
23.81 [604.77] (12' TARGET)
PAINT MATE ROBOT
1.95 [49.41]
5.05 [128.25]
11.81 [300.07]
PAINT MATE WRIST
13.62 [345.98]
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TOOL CENTER POINT DRAWINGS (Cont.)
11.22 [284.98]
10.06 [255.49]
9.41 [239.05]
PAINT MATE
8.25 [209.56]
PAINT MATE
.00 [.01]
10.00 [253.93]
14.00 [355.53] (4" TARGET)
16.00 [406.40] (6" TARGET)
18.00 [457.20] (8" TARGET)
20.00 [508.00] (10" TARGET)
22.00 [558.80] (12" TARGET)
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17.10 [434.44] (4" TARGET)
19.10 [485.14] (6' TARGET)
21.10 [539.40] (8" TARGET)
23.10 [586.74] (10" TARGET)
25.10 [637.54] (12" TARGET)
PAINT MATE
18.67 [474.21] (4' TARGET)
20.67 [525.02] (6" TARGET)
22.67 [575.82] (8' TARGET)
24.67 [626.62] (10' TARGET)
26.67 [677.42] 12" TARGET)
14.67 [372.61]
13.10 [332.84]
PAINT MATE
30°
5.15 [130.81]
6.97 [177.11]
12.16 [308.81]
PAINT MATE
13.97 [354.72]
17.43 [442.72] (4" TARGET)
19.16 [486.72] (6" TARGET)
20.89 [530.71] (8" TARGET)
22.63 [574.70] (10" TARGET)
24.36 [618.70] (12" TARGET)
AA-09-01.3
15.62 [396.79] (4" TARGET)
17.35 [440.79] (6" TARGET)
19.09 [484.78] (8" TARGET)
20.82 [528.78] 10" TARGET)
22.55 [572.77] (12" TARGET)
PAINT MATE
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TOOL CENTER POINT DRAWINGS (Cont.)
11.11 [282.09]
9.54 [242.32]
PAINT MATE
10.98 [278.85]
9.17 [232.93]
PAINT MATE
10.43 [265.00] (4" TARGET)
12.43 [315.80] (6" TARGET)
14.43 [366.60] (8" TARGET)
16.43 [417.40] (10" TARGET)
18.43 [468.20] (12" TARGET)
PAINT MATE
9.53 [242.04] (4" TARGET)
11.53 [292.84] (6" TARGET)
13.53 [343.64] (8" TARGET)
15.53 [394.44] (10" TARGET)
17.53 [445.24] (12" TARGET)
10.34 [262.67]
13.81 [350.66] (4" TARGET)
15.54 [394.65] (6" TARGET)
17.27 [438.64] (8" TARGET)
19.00 [482.64] (10" TARGET)
20.73 [526.63] (12" TARGET)
5.05 [128.15]
PAINT MATE
6.85 [174.08]
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PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Evolver SE Complete Assembly
AA-09-01.3
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EVOLVER SE MODEL IDENTIFICATION
When ordering, use A12455-AABCDEFG as indicated by Tables AA, B, C, D, E, F and G.
Eight (8) digits must follow the basic part number.
For Example:
A12455 - XX - X - X - XX - X - X - X
TABLE G - POWER SUPPLY
TABLE F - HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE
TABLE E - FLUID FITTING
TABLE D - ROBOT ADAPTER
TABLE C - BRACKET CONFIGURATION
TABLE B - BODY ASSEMBLY STYLE
TABLE AA - GUN HEAD CONFIGURATION
BASIC PART NUMBER
TABLE AA - GUN HEAD CONFIGURATION
Dash #
Description
“C”
00
- - -
NONE
01 A12630-01 CONVENTIONAL/NON-BLEED SPRAY GUN HEAD (.055” TIP, 1.4MM)
03 A12630-03 CONVENTIONAL BLEED SPRAY GUN HEAD (.055” TIP, 1.4MM)
21
A12630-21
TRANS-TECH/BLEED SPRAY GUN HEAD (.055” TIP, 1.4MM)
22
A12630-22
TRANS-TECH/NON-BLEED SPRAY GUN HEAD (.055” TIP, 1.4MM)
TABLE B - BODY ASSEMBLY STYLE
Dash #
“A”
“B”
“E”
Description
0
- - -
- - - - - -
NONE
1
A12451-01
1
1
NON-RECIRCULATING BODY ASSEMBLY
2
A12451-02
2
1
RECIRCULATING BODY ASSEMBLY
3 A12451-001 2NON-RECIRCULATING BODY ASSEMBLY WITH DUMP VALVE BLOCK
TABLE C - BRACKET CONFIGURATION
Dash #
Bracket Ass’y “M”
Robot Adapter
0
1
2
3
- - -
A12552-00
A12553-00
A12554-00
- - -
NONE
TABLE D ITEM “D”
NONE
AA-09-01.3
Description
NO BRACKET
PAINT MATE ROBOT
HOLLOW WRIST ROBOT
STATIONARY OR POLE MOUNT
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TABLE D - ROBOT ADAPTER
Description
Dash #
“B”
Notes
00 ADAPTER NOT INCLUDED N/A
01 FANUC P145/P155 78983-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
02 ABB 5400, 5002 79107-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
03 FANUC P200/P250 79131-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
04 KAWASAKI KE610L A10847-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
05 MOTOMAN PX2850 A10848-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
06 MOTOMAN PX2900 A10849-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
07 B&M LZ2000 A10851-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
08 ABB 5400 ENHANCED WRIST A12036-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
09 MOTOMAN EPX2050 A13697-00 STANDARD LENGTH WITH WINDOWS
10 FANUC P200-P250 A13733-00 EXTENDED LENGTH WITH 1 WINDOW
11 KAWASAKI KE610L A13734-00 EXTENDED LENGTH WITH 1 WINDOW
12 ABB 5400 ENHANCED WRIST A13735-00 EXTENDED LENGTH WITH 1 WINDOW
13 MOTOMAN EPX2050 A13736-00 EXTENDED LENGTH WITH 1 WINDOW
14 MOTOMAN EPX2900 A13765-00 EXTENDED LENGTH WITH 1 WINDOW
TABLE E - FLUID FITTING TYPE
Dash #
0
1
2
“J”
- - -
LSFI0022-05
A12543-00
Description
--FITTING 8M OR 5/16 O.D. TUBE
FITTING 3/8 O.D. TUBE (HIGH CONDUCTIVE MATERIAL)
TABLE F - HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE
Dash #
“P”
0
1
2
3
- - -
A10560-25D
A10560-50D
A10560-75D
AA-09-01.3
Description
---
25 FT LONG (7.6 METERS)
50 FT LONG (15.2 METERS)
75 FT LONG (22.8 METERS)
“R”
“S”
“V”
“X”
- - -
-421
-431
-441
- - -
-621
-631
-641
- - -
-121
-131
-141
---321
-331
-341
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TABLE G - POWER SUPPLY
App.
“Q”
Pneumatic
Module
Remote
Manifold
Description
0
---
- - -
- - -
---
1 80100-211
- - -
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY - DOMESTIC –
110/120 VOLT– INTERNAL CASCADE
2 80100-213
- - -
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY - CHINA –
220/240 VOLT– INTERNAL CASCADE
380146-”R” 80112-00 76791-12 9060 POWER SUPPLY– DOMESTIC – OIL FILLED
EXTERNAL CASCADE– PNUEMATIC MODULE
480146-”S” 80112-00
76791-12
9060 POWER SUPPLY– CHINA- OIL FILLED
EXTERNAL CASCADE– PNUEMATIC MODULE
5 80146-”R”
NONE
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY ONLY DOMESTIC –
OIL FILLED EXTERNAL CASCADE
6 80146-”S”
NONE
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY ONLY – CHINA OIL
FILLED EXTERNAL CASCADE
7 80146-”V”
NONE
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY– US 10” RACK OIL
FILLED CASCADE
8 80146-”X”
NONE
- - -
9060 POWER SUPPLY– CHINA 10” RACK
OIL FILLED CASCADE
AA-09-01.3
“I”
“U”
0
0
1
1
1
1
00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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EVOLVER SE PARTS LIST
Item
Qty.
1
1
TABLE B ITEM “A”
2
2
77762-04
COLLET, 8MM
3
TABLE B ITEM “E”
77516-04
COLLET, 4MM
4
TABLE B ITEM “E”
79001-30
O-RING, SOLVENT PROOF
5
1
80356-00
BLOCK, LOCKING
6
1
79174-00
SCREW, NYLON 1/4-20 X 1 1/4 LG
7
1
79184-00
PLATE, RETENTION
8
2
79149-00
SCREW, RETAINING 10-32 X .50 LG NY
9
1
A10612-00
10
1
TABLE AA ITEM “C”
HEAD ASS’Y, EVOLVER SE
11
2
79001-34
O-RING, SOLVENT PROOF
12
TABLE B ITEM “B”
TABLE E ITEM “J”
13
1
80080-00
14
- - -
- - -
---
15
- - -
- - -
---
16
- - -
- - -
---
17
- - -
- - -
---
18
“U”
TABLE F ITEM “P”
HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE (NOT SHOWN)
19
1
TABLE G ITEM “Q”
POWER SUPPLY WITH/WITHOUT MODULES
20
1
TABLE C ITEM “M”
MOUNTING BRACKET CONFIGURATION
21
1
TABLE D ITEM “D”
ROBOT ADAPTER (NOT SHOWN)
22
1
LSCH0009-00
23
1
80079-00
STRAIN RELIEF, M16 X 1.5
24
“T”
80073-00
STRAIN RELIEF, CABLE GLAND
25
“T”
80074-00
COUPLING, CABLE
26
“T”
7296-00
NUT, CABLE PLUG
27
“T”
8521-06F
SCREW, SET
28
1
AA-09-01
SERVICE MANUAL
AA-09-01.3
Part #
Description
BODY ASSEMBLY
SQUARE CUT RING
FITTING, FLUID
HIGH VOLTAGE TUBE
DIELECTRIC GREASE (0.88 OZ. TUBE)
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SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY
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SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY PARTS IDENTIFICATION (See Pg 67):
CONVENTIONAL: A12630-01, -03, -85, -75
HVLP: A12630-02, -05, -24, -26
TRANS-TECH: A12630-21, -22, -43, -44
Item #
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
Part #
Description
Qty
79148-00
End Cap, Spray Head
17615-00
Spring, Compression
9334-00
Spring, Valve Return
7733-07
Nut, Jam 76199-00
Nut, Adjustment Rear
79151-00
Assembly, Needle Shaft
79147-00
Nut, Piston
7723-06
Piston, U-Cup
79145-00
Plate, Piston
79144-00
Shaft, Air Valve
79001-28
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
79001-29
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
79146-00
Seal Carrier, Rear Piston
79143-00
Bushing, Air Valve (Non-Bleed)
79143-01
Bushing, Air Valve (Bleed)
79001-01
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
13076-13
O-Ring PTFE
79172-00
Carrier, Rear Seal (Non-Bleed)
79172-01
Carrier, Rear Seal (Bleed)
79001-06
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
80374
Evolver Bare Gun Head Assembly Includes 22, 23, 24, 25, 37
79001-04
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
79001-06
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
79142-00
Screw, SHCS Included in 19
79171-00
Spring, Connector Included in 19
79141-00
Plug, Connection Included in 19
14061-09
Conductive Compressible Contact Included in 19
79001-05
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
RME-38
Return Spring, Piston
EMF-7
Seal, Washer
RME-32Seal
79001-01
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
70430-01
Electrode, High Wear
EMF-195
Nozzle, Fluid
80198-00
Nozzle, Fluid (Trans-Tech)
EMF-192
Locator, Air Cap
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY PARTS IDENTIFICATION (Cont.):
CONVENTIONAL: 79138-01/04, 09/12
HVLP: 79138-02/05, 10/13
TRANS-TECH: 79138-07/08, 15/16
Item #
Part #
34
35
36
37
79140-01
79140-02
79140-03
80201-44
80201-48
79153-65R-1
79196-98-1
79197-63-1
80194-00
79154-00
80199-00
SSW-1125
AA-09-01.3
Description
Fluid Tip, .042” (1.07mm) Diameter
Fluid Tip, .055” (1.40mm) Diameter
Fluid Tip, .070” (1.78mm) Diameter
Fluid Tip, .055” (1.40mm) Diameter (Trans-Tech) Fluid Tip, .047” (1.20mm) Diameter (Trans-Tech) Air Cap, Certified 65R-1
Air Cap, Certified 98-1
Air Cap, Certified 63-1
Air Cap, Certified EV-40 (Trans-Tech)
Ring, Retaining
Ring, Retaining (Trans-Tech)
Wire Included in 19
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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DUMP MANIFOLD PARTS IDENTIFICATION
DUMP MANIFOLD PARTS LIST
AA-09-01.3
Item
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
Part No.
A12502-00
A12486
78949-00
77367-00
79001-04
79001-06
LSFI0022-05
LSFA0004-48C
Description
BODY ASSEMBLY
DUMP BLOCK
VALVE ASSEMBLY (NON-REPAIRABLE)
VALVE SEAT ASSEMBLY
O-RING, SOLVENT PROOF
O-RING, SOLVENT PROOF
FITTING 5/16 TUBE TO “AN”
SCREW, FILLISTER HEAD (1/4 - 20 X 1.50)
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HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE SELECTION PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Part No.
AA-09-01.3
Length
A10560-05
5 FT +/-3 IN
A10560-10
10 FT +/-3 IN
A10560-16
16 FT +/-3 IN
A10560-20 (standard with gun assembly)
20 FT +/-3 IN
A10560-25
25 FT +/-3 IN
A10560-35
35 FT +/-3 IN
A10560-50
50 FT +/-3 IN
A10560-75
75 FT +/-3 IN
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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
Part #
Description
Qty.
Select Option Below Fluid Tip 79140-01 Fluid Tip .042” Orifice (1.07mm)
1-2
79140-02 Fluid Tip .055” Orifice (1.40mm)
1-2
79140-03 Fluid Tip .070” Orifice (1.78mm)
1-2
79140-04 Fluid Tip .027” Orifice (0.71mm)
1-2
79140-05 Fluid Tip .047” Orifice (1.20mm)
1-2
80201-44 Fluid Tip .055” Orifice (1.40mm) Trans-Tech
1-2
80201-48 Fluid Tip .047” Orifice (1.20mm) Trans-Tech
1-2
Select Option Below Gun Head Complete 79138-01 Spray Gun Head- Conventional/ Non-Bleed
0-1
79138-04 Spray Gun Head- Conventional Bleed
0-1
79138-07 Spray Gun Head- Trans-Tech/ Non-Bleed 0-1
79138-08 Spray Gun Head- Trans-Tech Bleed 0-1
Select Option Below Air Cap 79153-65R-1 Air Cap
1-2
79196-98-1 Air Cap
1-2
79197-63-1 Air Cap
1-2
80194-00 Air Cap (Trans-Tech) 1-2
Select Option Below Bushing 79143-00 Bushing, Air Valve (non bleed type)
0-1
79143-01 Bushing, Air Valve (bleed type)
0-1
Select Option Below Fluid Nozzle EMF-195 Fluid Nozzle (8 hole High Flow)
0-1
80198-00 Fluid Nozzle (Trans-Tech) 0-1
Select Option Below Electrode
70430-01 Electrode (High Wear)
1-2
A11218-00 Electrode (non-electrostatic)
1-2
A10824-00 Red Locking Clip
1-2
EMF-203-05 Front Ferrule,3/8” OD Tubing
0-2
EMF-202-05 Back Ferrule, 3/8” OD Tubing
0-2
77762-04 Collet, 8mm
0-1
77516-04 Collet, 6mm0-1
77762-02 Collet, 10mm
0-1
80356-00 Block, Locking
2
A12524 Nut, Fitting (3/8 tube)
0-1
A12523 Fitting (3.8 tube to AN)
1-2
79171-00 Spring, Connector
2
79144-00 Shaft, Valve Piston
0-1
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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS (Cont.)
Part #
79141-00 EMF-192 79154-00 79149-00 79174-00 79142-00 A12511-00 SSF-3130 76566-24C A10612-00 13076-13 79001-01 79001-04 79001-05 79001-06 79001-28 79001-29 79001-30 79001-31
79146-00
7723-06 EMF-7 78949-00 AA-09-01.3
Description
Qty.
Connector Plug
0-1
Locater, Air Cap
0-1
Retaining Ring, Tapered 1
Screw, Retaining
2-4
Screw, Nylon
2-4
Screw
1
Screw, modified
1-2
Screw
0-2
Screw
1-3
Square Cut Ring
2-4
O-ring, PTFE
1
O-ring, Solvent Proof
1-2
O-ring, Solvent Proof
1-2
O-ring, Solvent Proof1-2
O-ring, Solvent Proof
1-2
O-ring, Solvent Proof
1-2
O-ring, Solvent Proof
1-2
O-ring, Solvent Proof
1-2
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
2
Seal, Rear Piston
0-1
Piston, U Cup
0-1
Seal, Washer
1
Microvalve (for dump valve version)
1
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REPAIR KITS
Number of Applicators
Notes
Part #
Description
A10410
Spray Head Mounting
Sea O-Ring Kit
12 34
Includes:
1 ea. - 79001-04 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
2 ea. - 79001-06 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
1 ea. - 79001-05 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
A10411
Spray Head Repair Kit
12 34
Includes:
1 ea. - 79151-00 Needle Shaft
1 ea. - 7723-06 Piston, U-Cup
1 ea. - 79001-28 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
1 ea. - 79001-29 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
3 ea. - 79001-01 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
1 ea. - 13076-13 O-Ring PTFE
1 ea. - 79001-06 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
1 ea. - RME-38 Spring
1 ea. - RME-32 Seal
1 ea. - 79001-01 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
1 ea. - 79001-04 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
2 ea. - 79001-06 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
1 ea. - 79001-05 O-Ring (Solvent Proof)
2 ea. - 14061-09 Conductive Foam
1 ea. - 79171-00 Contact Spring
1-2 3-45-67-8
LUBRICANTS AND SEALERS
Part #
A11545-00
7969-03
7969-10
7969-05
LSCH0009-00
Description
Petroleum Jelly Lubricant for all O-Rings
Thread Sealant (Blue), Adhesive 24077
Thread Sealant (White), Adhesive 59231, PTFE Paste
Thread Sealant (Purple), Adhesive 22221
Dielectric Grease (.88oz tube)
A 9060 or Voltage Master
Control Unit
(See current 9060 or Voltage Master service manual
supplied with the control unit for service information).
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80202 TRANS-TECH KIT
Part No.
80194
80198
80199
“A”
Description
EV-40 AIR CAP
NOZZLE, FLUID, MARKED WITH TT ON ONE FLAT
RING, RETAINING
TIP, FLUID
Qty.
1
1
1
1
80202 TRANS-TECH KIT
Assembly No.
Description
“A”
80202-44
1.4MM (.055”) DIA. TIP
80201-44
80202-48
1.2MM (.047”) DIA. TIP
80201-48
Figure 36: 80374 Evolver Bare Spray Head Assembly
80374 EVOLVER BARE SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY
Item #
9
10
30
36
37
L
AA-09-01.3
Part #
Description
79141-00
CONNECTION PLUG
79142-00
SCREW, SHCS 8-32 X .75 LG. FIBER GLASS
79171-00
SPRING CONNECTOR
SSW-1125WIRE
14061-09
PLUG, CONDUCTIVE COMPRESSIBLE CONTACT
79137-00 HEAD, MACHINED ROBOT GUN (WHITE)
OR
OR
79137-01
HEAD, MACHINED ROBOT GUN (BLACK)
Qty
1
1
1
1
2
1
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75777-XX SPRAY
APPLICATOR COVERS
Part #
75777-01
75777-02
75777-03
Description
Single Head Spray Applicator
Dual Head Spray Applicator
Robot Wrist Flange
74035-XX TEST AIR CAPS AND
GAUGE ASSEMBLY
Part #
74035-21
74035-22
74035-23
74035-30
Description
#65R-1 Test Cap
#98-1 Test Cap
#63-1 Test Cap
#EV-40 Test Cap
The 74035, Test Air Cap and Gauge Assembly, is
designed for use with a Test Station or while the
applicator is connected to the robot or reciprocator. The
test air cap is comprised of two air pressure gauges,
pressure gauge stand, special 74061-XX air caps, and
all required tubing and fittings.
The air cap has two tapped holes for small barbed
tube fittings. The fittings are located so that the gauges
connected to them will measure the actual cap pressure
of the atomization and pattern air.
Using this test cap will assure uniform atomization and
pattern quality, regardless of air supply tube lengths
from one applicator to another.
73896-01 Electrode and Air
Cap Protector
This is a plastic cylinder that fits over the air cap retainer.
The protector keeps the electrode and other spray head
parts from being damaged during booth cleaning and
at other times when the spray applicator is not in use.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
General Problem
Fluid Does Not
Turn On
No fluid flow
Continuous fluid flow
Lack of fan air control
Low or no high
voltage
Possible Cause
Solution
Insufficient trigger pilot air.
Increase to 70 psi 5 bar minimum.
Trigger air tube possibly
left disconnected.
Reconnect tubing
Trigger air tube is pinched or broken
Check tubing for kinks or damage.
Piston seal within applicator spray
head is not in place or there is an
extremely tight fit between the seal
and the cylinder wall.
Make sure that the seal is in the proper
position and / or lubricate with a small
amount of petroleum jelly.
Piston u-cup is bad.
Replace if damaged (trigger air will leak
out of rear cap).
Clogged fluid nozzle.
Remove, inspect and clean fluid nozzle.
Plugged fluid inlet.
Flush clean.
No trigger pilot air.
Check trigger air pilot (70 psi 5 bar min.)
Trigger pilot air is not shutting off.
Remove trigger pilot air.
Weak or damaged needle spring.
Replace needle spring.
Fluid seal is worn or damaged.
Replace fluid seal.
Improperly torqued seal retainer.
Torque to 30-35 lbs.-in.
PTFE o-ring on bushing is damaged.
Replace PTFE o-ring (this shuts off the fan air).
O-ring on bushing is damaged.
Replace o-ring (keeps fan and atomization
air separated).
High current draw.
Paint resistivity must be > 0.1 M Ohms.
Loss of high voltage connection
between power supply and manifold.
Check HV cable connection to manifold.
Apply dielectric grease to cable end
and reconnect.
Contact spring damaged.
Replace contact spring.
Conductive sponge damaged / removed.
Replace conductive sponge.
Applicator grounding out.
Clean atomizer externally with non-polar
solvent., check for internal fluid leaks or
internal arcing.
Power supply is damaged (refer
to specific power supply manual
for troubleshooting).
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Evolver SE Robotic Atomizer - Warranty
WARRANTY POLICIES
LIMITED WARRANTY
Ransburg will replace or repair without charge any
part and/or equipment that falls within the specified
time (see below) because of faulty workmanship or
material, provided that the equipment has been used
and maintained in accordance with Ransburg’s written
safety and operating instructions, and has been used
under normal operating conditions. Normal wear items
are excluded.
THE USE OF OTHER THAN RANSBURG APPROVED
PARTS, VOID ALL WARRANTIES.
SPARE PARTS:
One hundred and eighty (180) days from date of
purchase, except for rebuilt parts (any part number
ending in “R”) for which the warranty period is ninety
(90) days.
EQUIPMENT:
When purchased as a complete unit, (i.e., guns, power
supplies, control units, etc.), is one (1) year from date of
purchase. WRAPPING THE APPLICATOR IN PLASTIC,
SHRINK-WRAP, ETC., WILL VOID THIS WARRANTY.
AA-09-01.3
RANSBURG’S ONLY OBLIGATION UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS TO REPLACE PARTS THAT HAVE
FAILED BECAUSE OF FAULTY WORKMANSHIP OR
MATERIALS. THERE ARE NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES
NOR WARRANTIES OF EITHER MERCHANT
ABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. RANSBURG ASSUMES NO LIABILITY
FOR INJURY, DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR FOR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF
GOODWILL OR PRODUCTION OR INCOME, WHICH
RESULT FROM USE OR MISUSE OF THE EQUIPMENT
BY PURCHASER OR OTHERS.
EXCLUSIONS:
If, in Ransburg’s opinion the warranty item in question,
or other items damaged by this part was improperly
installed, operated or maintained, Ransburg will assume
no responsibility for repair or replacement of the item
or items. The purchaser, therefore will assume all
responsibility for any cost of repair or replacement and
service related costs if applicable.
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Evolver SE Robotic Atomizer - Manual Changes
MANUAL SUMMARY CHANGE
AA-09-01.3 replaces Service Manual AA-09-01.2, with the following changes:
1. Update fire hazard safeguards (Page 2).
2. Update “Operating Voltage” in Specifications (Page 6).
3. Update “Table AA” (Page 8 and 66).
4. Delete HVLP and add “LVMP Section” (Page 18).
5. Add new step 1 to “Spray Head Assembly” (Page 42).
6. Add CHT Identification (Page 59).
7. New image for “Evolver SE Complete Assembly” (Page 65).
8. New “Table D - Robot Adapter” (Page 67).
9. Update “Spray Head Assembly Parts Identification” (Pages 71-72).
10.Update “Recommended Spare Parts” (Page 75-76).
11.Update “Lubricants and Sealers” (Page 77).
12.Add Trans-Tech and Bare Spray Head Assembly information (Page 78).
13. Add and update 2 Tables (Page 79).
14.Update “Warranty Policies” (Page 81).
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Manufacturing
1910 North Wayne Street
Angola, Indiana 46703-9100
Telephone: 260-665-8800
Fax: 260-665-8516
Technical Service — Assistance
320 Phillips Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43612-1493
Telephone (toll free): 800-233-3366
Fax: 419-470-2233
Technical Support Representative will direct you to the appropriate
telephone number for ordering Spare Parts.
© 2015 Finishing Brands, Inc. All rights reserved.
Models and specifications subject to change without notice.
Form No. AA-09-01.3
Litho in U.S.A.
03/15
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