Operator Card - Nordson eManuals!

Operator Card - Nordson eManuals!
Nordson Corporation
OPERATOR’S CARD
P/N 237 518B
Series 3100V, 3400V, 3500V
Hot Melt Material Applicator
with Piston Pump, Standard Filter, Temperature Control (TC)
Please Note
Always follow the instructions given in the
The operator’s card contains only information
necessary for daily operation and maintenance.
For other information, refer to the product manual.
operator’s card and operating manual.
Always follow instructions in the material supplier’s
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) or material
information sheet.
A copy of this operator’s card and an order form for
another operator’s card are included in the
introduction part of the operating manual.
Even at recommended operating temperatures,
hot melt material may release vapors. Exceeding
prescribed processing temperatures for long
periods of time can result in dangerous
decomposition by-products. Remove vapors
by drawing them off with an exhaust system.
WARNING: Allow only qualified personnel to
perform the following tasks. Observe and
follow the safety instructions in this document
and all other related documentation.
Safety Symbols
WARNING: Disconnect equipment from line
voltage. Failure to observe can result in
personal injury or death.
The following symbols warn against dangers or
possible sources of danger. Become familiar with
them! Failure to heed a warning symbol can lead to
personal injury and/or damage to the unit or other
equipment.
WARNING: Hot! Risk of burns. Wear
heat-protective clothing, safety goggles, and/or
heat-protective gloves depending on the
symbol or symbols shown. Failure to observe
can result in personal injury or death.
WARNING: Failure to observe can result in
equipment damage, personal injury, or death.
WARNING: Risk of electrical shock. Failure to
observe can result in personal injury or death.
Issued 4/98
WARNING: Pressurized system or material.
Release pressure. Failure to observe can
result in serious burns.
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Overview of System Components
Applicator
1
1. Pump
2
2. Tank
3
3. Air regulator
4. Filter and drain valve
5. Controls
Additional System Components
6. Hose
7. Air-operated gun
8
8. Solenoid valve
4
5
6
7
Daily Maintenance
c. Open the drain valve over a container by
turning the valve counterclockwise.
1. Clean the exterior surfaces of the applicator and
guns.
2. Check the o-rings and gaskets for leaks.
3. Flush the manifold filter as follows:
a. Reduce the pump air pressure to 0.
Type A Manifold
b. Place containers under all guns and trigger the
guns to relieve hydraulic pressure.
Type B Manifold
d. Increase the pump air pressure until a clean,
steady stream of hot melt material flows from
the drain valve.
e. Close the drain valve.
f. Return the pump air pressure to the normal
operating setting.
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Daily Startup/Shutdown
Shutdown
Startup
1. Check the adhesive level. If the level is below
50%, add adhesive to the tank. Fill to within
25 mm (1 inch) of the tank top.
1. Reduce the unit air pressure to 0.
25 mm
50%
2. Close the lid immediately to prevent contamination
of the adhesive.
2. Place containers beneath all guns and trigger the
guns to relieve hydraulic pressure.
3. If the POWER switch is off, turn it on.
4. Prepare each gun in your system for operation as
follows:
Air-operated guns: turn on the operating air.
Handguns: unlock the trigger.
Electric guns: turn on the gun driver.
3. Use one of the following methods to prevent
accidental gun triggering:
5. Turn on the pump air pressure and adjust it to the
setting that works best for your system.
Air-operated guns: reduce air pressure to 0.
Handguns: place the trigger safety in the
locked position.
Electric guns: turn off the gun driver.
WARNING: Never hang a handgun by its
trigger. The gun can accidentally discharge
material, causing burns.
6. Check the temperature setting for each heated
zone.
4. Turn the power switch OFF.
7. Proceed with normal operation.
WARNING: When the tank lid is open, hot melt
vapors may be released. Vent the application
area or wear a respirator for protection from
vapors.
8. Check the adhesive level periodically. Refill the
tank before the level drops below 50%.
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Vista Control Panel
3
4
5
6
1. Up key for selector display
7
2. Selector display
2
3. Up key for multipurpose display
1
4. Down key for multipurpose display
8
5. FAULT light
9
6. Multipurpose display
10
7. READY light
11
8. Enter key
12
9. Tank temperature
13
10. Hoses temperature
14
11. Guns temperature
12. Temperature display selection
15
13. Overtemperature setpoint selection
14. System-ready time delay selection
15. Power switch
Daily Operation
The Multipurpose Display shows actual temperature of
a selected zone during normal operation. If a fault is
detected, it displays a code identifying the nature of
the fault (refer to the product manual for additional
information).
The Selector Display shows the selected feature
number during normal operation. If a fault is detected,
it displays a number corresponding to the zone in
which the fault is detected (refer to the product manual
for additional information).
Record of Vista TC Control Settings
Use this space to record your settings:
1
Tank temperature setpoint
2
Hoses temperature setpoint
3
Guns temperature setpoint
4
Temperature display
5
Overtemperature setpoint
6
System-ready time delay
Original copyright date 10/97. Nordson is a registered trademark of Nordson Corporation.
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