SPRAY GUN WASHER IWK SOL-B IWK SOL

SPRAY GUN WASHER IWK SOL-B IWK SOL
Instruction manual
SPRAY GUN WASHER IWK SOL-B
IWK SOL-C
Mod. SLB
Mod. SLC
For automatic/manual washing with solvent
Before use, adjustment or maintenance, it is important to
read this instruction manual very carefully. The manual
must be stored in a safe place for any future reference that may
be necessary.
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ANEST IWATA Europe S.r.l.
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10155 Torino - Italia
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
1.1
1.2
1.2.1
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................................3
GUARANTEE......................................................................................................................................................................3
APPLICATION ....................................................................................................................................................................4
WASHING PRODUCTS......................................................................................................................................................5
DESCRIPTION....................................................................................................................................................................6
IDENTIFICATION................................................................................................................................................................8
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................8
SOUND LEVEL ..................................................................................................................................................................9
DANGER SIGNS AND WARNING SIGNALS ....................................................................................................................9
THE EC CERTIFICATION OF THE SPRAY-GUN WASHER ..........................................................................................10
2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
GENERAL SAFETY AND ACCIDENT-PREVENTION REGULATIONS..........................................................................11
LEVELS OF DANGER AND TERMINOLOGY ................................................................................................................11
CLOTHING ......................................................................................................................................................................12
ECOLOGY AND POLLUTION ........................................................................................................................................12
STANDARDS FOR SAFE OPERATION ..........................................................................................................................13
DEMOLITION AND DECOMISSIONING..........................................................................................................................14
3.
SHIPMENT AND UNLOADING ........................................................................................................................................14
4.
4.1
4.2
POSITIONING ..................................................................................................................................................................14
CHECKS BEFORE THE FIRST START-UP ....................................................................................................................15
INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................................................15
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.7
CROSS-SECTION OF THE INSIDE OF THE SPRAY-GUN WASHER ............................................................................16
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................................................18
PREPARING THE SPRAY-GUN WASHER ......................................................................................................................18
WASHING SUCTION-FLOW GUNS ................................................................................................................................18
WASHING GRAVITY-FLOW GUNS ................................................................................................................................18
WASHING GRAVITY-FLOW GUNS ................................................................................................................................18
FINAL WASHING GRAVITY-FLOW GUNS (DISMANTLED) ..........................................................................................19
FINAL AUTOMATIC WASHING OF SPRAY GUN ..........................................................................................................19
FINAL MANUAL WASHING ............................................................................................................................................19
WASHING CAN UP TO 5 L ..............................................................................................................................................19
6.
SAFETY DEVICES ..........................................................................................................................................................19
7.
PNEUMATIC MEMBRANE PUMP PA..............................................................................................................................20
8.
8.1
8.2
TROUBLE-SHOOTING ....................................................................................................................................................21
DIAPHRAGM PUMP TROUBLES ....................................................................................................................................21
INSUFFICIENT VAPOR EXHAUST..................................................................................................................................21
9.
9.1
PNEUMATIC SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................................................22
OPERATION ....................................................................................................................................................................22
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10.1
MAINTENANCE AND PERIODICAL CHECKS ..............................................................................................................24
CLEANING THE NEBULIZER..........................................................................................................................................24
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LIST OF SPARE PARTS ..................................................................................................................................................25
When selling machines for use in countries where Italian is not the official language, ANEST IWATA EUROPE provides the
original text translated into the language of the destination country. For any controversy, the legally binding text is the
Italian source text. ANEST IWATA EUROPE waives any and all liabilities for damages by misinterpretations and/or incorrect use caused by imperfect or imprecise translations.
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1. INTRODUCTION.
This manual contains instructions for the installation, use and maintenance of the IWK SOL-B/C. In the following manual, the
IWK SOL-B/C will be referred to as Spray-gun washer.
This manual is an integral part to the product and should be kept with the due care in order to allow for its use and consultation during the life of the Spray-gun washer.
The regular operation, economy and safety of the Spray-gun washer depends on the compliance with the instructions given in this
manual. It is mandatory to follow the procedures as described in this manual.
This manual must be read and understood perfectly prior to installing, using or performing any type of
operation or maintenance on the machine. The Spray-gun washer must be used exclusively to wash
spray-guns or small parts, using solvent, water or water-based solvents with specific characteristics. Use
of the Spray-gun washer for processing other than the type indicated in this manual is considered improper use and is therefore prohibited. ANEST IWATA EUROPE declines any and all responsibilities for
damages caused by the Spray-gun washer to persons, animals or property, due to use other than the use
described herein, or for damages due to negligence or failure to observe the instructions contained in this
manual.
The Spray-gun washer is manufactured according to the provisions contained in the following European Directives:
• Directive 98/37/CE (Machine Safety).
• Directive 94/9/CE (Equipment to be used in potentially esplosive environments).
With reference to the Directive 94/9/CE (“ATEX” directive) the Spray-gun washer is a machine designed and built to work in compliance with the operating parameters fixed by ANEST IWATA EUROPE and guarantees a normal level of protection in regard to
the appliances group II, category 2. The machine supplied is accompanied by the following documents:
• CE Declaration of conformity.
• CE Mark.
• Manual for use and maintenance.
1.1 GUARANTEE
Upon delivery of the Spray-gun washer, it is necessary to make sure that no damages have occurred during shipment and the supply of accessories is complete and undamaged. Claims must be filed within 8 days of delivery. The buyer is eligible for the guarantee coverage only when he has complied with the guarantee conditions listed below.
ANEST IWATA EUROPE guarantees its products under the following conditions:
a) The Spray-gun washer is guaranteed for a period of two years from the date of purchase as certified by a delivery document
issued by the Dealer. When the customer requests guarantee service he must specify the model, serial number and year of
manufacture of the appliance.
b) The guarantee covers free replacement or repair of the appliance component parts which are recognized to have manufacturing defects without any charge for labour.
c) Guarantee services are performed at the manufacturer's factory or at authorized service centres. The appliance must be sent
already prepaid to them and shall be returned to the customer at his own expense and risk. If any intervention by technicians
is requested under guarantee coverage at the customer's installation site, then the customer shall be charged for the transfer
time, for mileage and for all board and lodging expenses according to the valid fees applied by the Service Centre. No charge
is made for the time required to repair and replace parts.
d) The manufacturer waives all liability for any damage that may directly or indirectly be caused to persons or property resulting
from failure to comply with all the provisions in the instruction manual. In particular, this regards failure to comply with warnings
about placing, installing, operating and maintaining the appliance. The present guarantee does not cover any reimbursement
for direct or indirect damage due to appliance down-time. Guarantee coverage is only valid when payments are all in due
order.
e) This agreement is governed by current law in the Republic of Italy. Any controversy deriving from this agreement shall be settled by the Court in Turin, Italy.
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In addition to the cases stated above, guarantee coverage is waived in the following cases:
• Whenever the Spray-gun washer has been handled or operated incorrectly by the operator.
• Whenever the damage is due to insufficient maintenance.
• Whenever the Spray-gun washer has been damaged by modifications following repairs done without the consent of
ANEST IWATA EUROPE or the installation of non-original spare parts.
Whenever the owner fails to comply with the instructions given in this manual.
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• Whenever corrosive solvents are used that do not correspond to legal standards or included among those listed by
ANEST IWATA EUROPE.
1.2 APPLICATION
The Spray-gun washer has been designed and built exclusively to wash spray-guns or small-sized parts, using solvent, clean
water or special water-based solvents. The Spray-gun washer can be used only to wash parts that have been soiled with paint.
Pieces must be made of metal, preferably steel or anti-static material, and their weight must not exceed 10 kg. Ensure that the pH
of the water-based solvent ranges between 6.5 and 12 when used instead of water or solvent to wash.
PROHIBITED USES OF THE SPRAY-GUN WASHER:
All washing operations of objects or products that are not included in this manual, or of objects approved (spray-guns and small components) but with solvents with specifications other than those indicated in this manual, are expressly forbidden:
In particular, it is forbidden to use flammable solvents that contain chlorinated or fluorocarbons, such as: trichloroethane, methylene chloride or other substances with halogenated hydrocarbon-based products.
WARNING
The Spray-gun washer must be used exclusively for the purpose for which it was designed and built.
All other uses not covered by this manual are to be considered inappropriate and are strictly forbidden.
ANEST IWATA EUROPE declines any and all responsibility for damage to persons, animals and property
deriving from improper use of the Spray-gun washer and/or from failure to observe the instructions in
this manual.
The Spray-gun washer has been designed and built by ANEST IWATA EUROPE in order to guarantee a high level of protection,
efficient operations and conformity to the working parameters provided for devices group II, category 2 in explosive atmospheres
caused by gas, vapour or mist in compliance with Directive 94/9/CE (ATEX).
The Spray-gun washer is fitted with protection systems that guarantee the required level of protection also when recurring troubles or working faults of the appliance itself are expected.
Thanks to such a design and manufacture, the Spray-gun washer can be used in environments where the atmosphere is potentially explosive. Environments are classified according to the following risk areas (Directive 1999/92/CE).
• ZONE 1 : Area in which - during normal working activities
- an occasional explosive atmosphere is to be expected which consists of a composition of air and flammable substances in form of gases, vapours or mists.
The device can always be used in areas where there is a lower risk of explosion, such as in zone 2.
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IMPORTANT: The diagram below shows the areas which can be endangered by potentially explosive atmosphere.
The devices which are to be installed within these areas must comply with the technical specifications stated by the directive 94/9/CE
(Atex):
• Compliance with device group II - category 2 (zone 1) within (area) the distance of 1 metre from the machine.
• Compliance with device group II - category 3 (zone 2) within the distance of 1 metre from the zone limit.
In compliance with directive 1999/92/CE, users must guarantee that the delimitation of the dangerous area as defined in the diagram be respected. According to the same directive, users must also classify the work environment in which there might be potentially explosive atmospheres.
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1.2.1 WASHING PRODUCTS
Spray guns and accessories can be washed with:
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Solvent.
Clean water.
Water-based solvent. In this case, the pH value of the mixture must range between 6.5 and 12.
The above products must comply with the anti-pollution legal requirements as provided for by the laws in force in the Country where
the Spray-gun washer is being used.
WARNING
It is prohibited to use solvents which contain chlorurate, fluorocarbons, such as: Trichloroethane,
Methylene Chloride or other substances with a halogenated hydrocarbon based products.
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1.3 DESCRIPTION
The Spray-gun washer basically consists of a galvanized steel container (see figure 1) that contains a stainless steel Spray-gun
washer (pos. 2 fig. 1) with a door, two air pumps (pos. 31 and 32 fig. 1), hoses for picking up the thinner
(pos. 23-29-29S-44 fig. 1) and controls placed on the top front panel.
Fumes and emissions formed inside the machine are automatically sucked whenever the Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 fig. 1) is
opened by the operator.
The door (pos. 6 - fig. 1) must remain closed during automatic washing procedures. A safety valve (pos. 39NC - fig. 1) will immediately stop the Spray-gun washer supply pump (pos. 31 and 32, fig. 1) whenever the door is opened.
From the control board, the machine operator can:
- Perform the final washing (pos.13 fig.1) (just for IWK SOL-C)
- Use the atomizer (pos. 18 - fig. 1)
- Select the washing time by means of the timer (pos. 14 - fig. 1)
Thinner vapour, atomized in the air inside the chamber, is sucked in by a nozzle (pos. 15 - fig. 1) and then conveyed outside to
exhaust by a cylindrical stack (pos. 16 - fig. 1).
SPRAY-GUN WASHER COMPONENTS (See fig. 1):
0
2
3
4
6
10
12
13
14
15
16
18
22
23
25
27
28
29
29S
31
32
33
39
44
47
74
6
Lower door
Stainless steel Spray-gun washer
Closing magnet
Compressed air gun supply hose
Spray-gun washer door
Spray gun compressed air outlet fitting
Spray gun compressed air inlet with filter inside
Control push-button for final automatic wash with clean solvent (just for IWK SOL-C)
Timer for automatic Spray-gun washer operation
Vapour suction nozzles
Vapour exhaust stack (15 mm diameter)
Atomizer control lever
Clean solvent atomizer
Hose that feeds the clean solvent atomizer
Plate support with protection
Used solvent drum
Clean solvent drum
Hose to feed clean solvent to the final wash pump
Hose to feed the solvent used by the Spray-gun washer
Pneumatic membrane pump PA for clean solvent (just for IWK SOL-C)
Pneumatic membrane pump PA for dirty solvent
Oscillator
Safety valve for Spray-gun washer pump stop
Used solvent drain hose
Collecting basin
Outside ground wire
SPRAY- GUN WASHER IWK SOL-B/SOL-C Mod. SLB/SLC
IWK SOL-B
Figure 1
IWK SOL-C
Figure 1
N.B. Consult the “LIST OF SPARE PARTS” when ordering spares and always indicate
the MODEL - SERIAL NUMBER and YEAR OF MANUFACTURE
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1.4. IDENTIFICATION (See fig. A)
Every Spray-gun washer has a CE identification plate that shows:
A B C D E F GH I -
Manufacturer's brand.
Manufacturer's name and address.
CE Mark.
Danger Group, Class, Type in compliance with the “ATEX” Directive
Amount of washing product.
Year of manufacture.
Serial number
Model.
Maximum Pressure.
N.B.: The H - G - F data listed in the identification plate must be always specified when calling for service and/or supply
of spare parts.
Figure A
1.5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Description
Mass (Weight).
Height
Width.
Spray-gun washer length
Useful height of Spray-gun washer basin (pos. 2 fig. 1)
Useful length of Spray-gun washer basin (pos. 2 fig. 1)
Useful width of Spray-gun washer basin (pos. 2 fig. 1)
Capacity of each single solvent drum (pos. 27-28, fig.1)
Diameter of the 3 intake nozzle holes (pos. 15 fig. 1)
Diameter of the vapour exhaust stack (pos. 16 fig.1)
Exhauster air volume .
Number of spray guns that can be cleaned in each single wash cycle
Max. pressure
Feeding air operating pressure
Working pressure of pneumatic feeding
Drums used in the machine base (pos. 27 and 28 fig. 1)
Air speed at suction hood entrance (at 6 bar)
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Unit of measure
kg.
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
3
dm (litres)
mm
mm
3
Nm /h
N
bar
bar
bar
N
m/sec
Value
42
1100
450
660
270
500
400
25
0.8
120
15.7
1
10
6÷10
8
2
0.52
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1.6 SOUND LEVEL
The sound level emitted by the Spray-gun washer has been measured under working conditions using a sound level meter
with integrator.
Measures were taken by a skilled laboratory technician in accordance with EN ISO standard 3746: 1995. Results are as follows:
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Acoustic pressure equivalent average level:
Acoustic pressure level at the operating post:
Conventional Acoustic pressure level:
LpAm = 77,7 dB (A)
LpA = 82,3 dB (A)
LwA = 92,2 dB (A)
1.7 DANGER SIGNS AND WARNING SIGNALS
The Spray-gun washer carries the manufacturer's identification plate as well as symbols (labels) that warn against residual risks
present on the machine.
Figure 2 indicates the danger signs and signals and shows where the Manufacturer's identification plate is normally placed.
These warning signals have the following meanings:
1. Manufacturer's brand. CE Mark, Model, Serial number and Year of Manufacture, Maximum pressure, Danger Group, Class,
Type in compliance with the “ATEX” Directive Group, Amount of washing product.
2. Generic hazard.
3. Read the instruction manual carefully before starting work with the Machine.
4. The use of open flames and smoking near the machine is prohibited.
5. Put on a protective mask before working with the machine.
6. Put on solvent-proof rubber gloves before starting work.
7. Put on protective eyewear before starting work.
8. Disconnect the compressed air supply before starting any maintenance or repair operations in the machine.
9. Ensure that the hoses are well fitted in the drum.
10 Check the solvent level in the drum periodically to avoid overflows.
Figure 2
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1.8. THE EC CERTIFICATION OF THE SPRAY-GUN WASHER
Directive 98/37/EC stresses the minimum requirements machinery must be brought in line with in order to be placed on the
European Union market. All machinery covered by this Directive may be placed on the market and put into service only if they do
not endanger the health and safety of persons, domestic animals or property. The Spray-gun washer is a machine designed and
built to wash spray-guns or small parts, and is not included in any of the categories indicated in the list attached to the Directive
(Annex IV - highly dangerous machinery). Prior to placing its machines on the market and in order to demonstrate that the machines are in compliance with the provisions set forth by Directive 98/37/EC, ANEST IWATA EUROPE guarantees that all the tests
and controls required by the reference regulations (including the risks analysis) have been conducted and meet the essential safety
and health requirements as provided for by Annex I of the aforementioned Directive. The technical construction file that includes the
fundamental project data and all the specifications relating to the machine safety has been drawn in compliance with Annex V of
Directive 98/37/EC, and is made available to any controls by the inspection authorities - prior to detailed notification, as provided
for by the ruling provisions in this matter.
Given that the machine has been designed and built in compliance with the provisions set forth by Directive 98/37/EC, and can be
safely operated under the conditions stated by this manual, ANEST IWATA EUROPE puts the Spray-gun washer on the market
provided with:
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CE Mark
EC Declaration of Conformity
Instructions for use (User's Manual)
The Directive 94/9/EC defines the minimum conditions required to design, build and put on the European Union market a machine to be operated in an environment where there might form potentially explosive atmospheres. The above Directive includes the
measures that must be adopted to operate the machine preventing any ignition sources or causes of potentially explosive atmosphere. According to Directive 94/9/EC, the Spray-gun washer is a device of group II, category 2 G, and can be safely operated
in environments with potentially explosive atmospheres classified in Zone 2. ANEST IWATA EUROPE has conducted all the controls and tests required and has submitted all the requested documentation to the notified body as provided for by art. 8, para. 1,
letter b), under-letter II) of Directive 94/9/EC. For this reason, ANEST IWATA EUROPE guarantees that the Spray-gun washer
complies with the following directives given that its design and construction comply with the requirements provided for by the legal
provisions referring to this matter:
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Directive 98/37/EC (Machine safety).
Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX).
The following European standards and technical norms have been used by the manufacturer and can be a reference in order to
verify the conformity with the legal European provisions:
- EN 294:1992: MACHINE SAFETY - Safety distances to inhibit that dangerous areas can be reached by upper limbs.
- EN 414:1993: MACHINE SAFETY - Design and safety norms provisions.
- EN 626-1:1996: MACHINE SAFETY - Decreasing safety risks from dangerous substances emitted by the machine
Part 1: Principles and specifications for machine manufacturers.
- EN 983:1996: MACHINE SAFETY - Safety requirements for the fluid energy system and its components - Pneumatics.
- EN 1050:1996:MACHINE SAFETY - Principles for risks assessment.
- EN 1127-1:1997: EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE - Explosion prevention and explosion protection - Fundamental concepts and
methodology.
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- EN ISO 3746:1995: ACOUSTIC - Determination of noise level of sound emissions by means of sound pressure- control method:
above a reflective platform measured on an enveloping surface.
- ISO 7000:1995: GRAPHICAL SYMBOL FOR USE ON EQUIPEMENT - Index and synopsis.
- EN ISO 11202:1995 ACOUSTIC - Noise emissions from machines and equipments Noise emission measures by means of a
sound pressure on work stations and other special positions - Control method On-site survey.
- EN ISO 12100-1:2003: MACHINE SAFETY - Fundamental concepts; General design principles - Part 1: Terminology, basic
methodology.
- EN ISO 12100-2:2003: MACHINE SAFETY - Fundamental concepts; General design principles - Part 2: Specifications and technical principles.
- EN 12921-1:2005: Washing machinery and for the pre-treatment of products that use liquid substances and with the presence of
vapour - Part 1: General safety requirements.
- EN 12921-2:2005: Washing machinery and for the pre-treatment of products that use liquid substances and with the presence of
vapour - Part 2: Safety of machinery that use water-based solvents.
- EN 12921-3:2005: Washing machinery and for the pre-treatment of products that use liquid substances and with the presence of
vapour - Part 3: Safety of machinery that use inflammable substances.
- EN 13463-1:2001: Non-electric appliances for potentially esplosive atmospheres - Basic methods and requirements.
2. GENERAL SAFETY AND ACCIDENT-PREVENTION REGULATIONS
2.1 LEVELS OF DANGER AND TERMINOLOGY
The safety of both the operator and the persons exposed to the machinery is the primary concern of the designer and builder of the
machine. In designing a new Spray-gun washer, every attempt is made to prevent any possible situations of danger and risks connected with use of the machine, by applying the appropriate solutions to make the equipment as safe as possible. It is therefore
recommended that you read this manual carefully, especially this section, which concerns the safety norms, and that you avoid inopportune behaviour or behaviour that is contrast with the instructions contained herein.
Pay attention to danger signals when these are indicated in this manual. Comply with all safety regulations.
There are three levels of danger signal:
DANGER
This signal warns that improper performance of the procedures that are described can cause severe
harm, death or long-term health risks. It is the maximum risk warning.
CAUTION
This signal warns that improper performance of the procedures that are described can cause damage to
the machine. The hazard level is lower than the previous one
IMPORTANT
Read the following instructions carefully. Failure to apply them can cause harm to the machine operator,
other persons, animals or damage to property. ANEST IWATA EUROPE waives all liability for damage caused by failure to comply with the following safety and accident-prevention rules and regulations.
ANEST IWATA EUROPE also waives all liability for damage caused by improper use of the Spray-gun
washer and/or caused by changes brought to the machine without the manufacturer's authorization.
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TERMINOLOGY: The following definitions are provided for the terminology used in this manual. The correct explanation of this terminology is necessary to ensure perfect understanding of situations of danger that could arise in using the machine and therefore
directly concerns the operator and persons exposed to the machine:
• OPERATOR: In a general sense, the person in charge of transporting, installing, adjusting, operating, cleaning and performing
ordinary maintenance on the Spray-gun washer (Art. 1.1.1., para. 1, attachment I, directive 98/37/EC).
• EXPOSED PERSON: Any person next to or inside a dangerous area, for any reason whatsoever (Art. 1.1.1., para 2, attachment
I, directive 98/37/EC).
• DANGEROUS AREA: Any area next to or inside the machine, where the presence of an exposed person constitutes a risk for the
safety and health of said person (Art. 1.1.1., para 3, attachment I, directive 98/37CE).
• OPERATOR: The person, organisation or company responsible for the training of workers who must operate the equipment, which
has purchased the Spray-gun washer in any form or has rented the equipment, which must be used only for the purposes intended by the manufacturer.
• SPECIALISED TECHNICIAN: An especially trained and qualified person to perform maintenance intervention or repairs, which
require special in-depth knowledge of the machine, its operation, safety devices, areas and methods of intervention, who is therefore capable of recognising and avoiding dangers arising from use of the machine.
• AREAS AT RISK OF EXPLOSION: An area in the environment where the Spray-gun washer is operated, where atmospheres
with a mixture of gas or explosive vapours could develop under certain atmospheric conditions (Art. 7, directive 1999/92/EC).
• ZONE 1: An area in which the formation of an explosive atmosphere, consisting of a mixture of air and flammable substances in
the form of gas, vapour or mist, is likely to occur in normal operation occasionally (Attachment I, directive 1999/92/EC).
• EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE: A mixture of air under atmospheric conditions, with flammable substances in a gaseous state,
vapours or mists, whose combustion after ignition propagates together with the unburnt mixture (Art. 1, para 3, letter c), directive
94/9/EC.
• POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATOMOSPHERE: Atmosphere which is likely to transform into an explosive atmosphere due to local
operational conditions (Art. 1, para 3, letter c), directive 94/9/EC.
• FLAMMABLE SUBSTANCE: A liquid preparation having a flame or ignition point equal to or greater than 21° C and lower or equal
to 55° C (directive 67/548/EC).
• pH: Measurement that expresses the acidity of a solution. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14. For pure water the pH value = 7.
When pH is above 7 the solution in alkaline; when it is less than 7 the solution is acid.
2.2 CLOTHING
The type of clothing depends on the work that must be carried out. When using the Spray-gun washer and relevant products, comply with the regulations below:
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It is forbidden to use cell phones in environments where a mixture of flammable gasses or vapours may be present. It is advisable not to have a cell phone with you. If you have a cell phone with you, it must be turned off.
The operator must wear solvent-proof rubber gloves to prevent contact between his hands and the products used for washing.
The operator must always wear protective eyewear to prevent the solvent coming into contact with his eyes.
The operator must use a protective mask to avoid inhaling gas and dust.
It is mandatory that all operators within the risk area where an explosion may occur wear suitable clothes and shoes that prevent any accumulation of dangerous electrostatic charges.
2.3 ECOLOGY AND POLLUTION
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The Spray-gun washer must not be used to wash or degrease objects designed to come into contact with foodstuffs.
Comply with Laws in the country where the Spray-gun washer is installed regarding use and disposal of washing products.
Comply with the recommendations given by the manufacturer of these products.
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2.4 STANDARDS FOR SAFE OPERATION
• The Spray-gun washer has been designed and built to be used in an environment in which an explosive atmosphere, consisting
of a mixture of air and flammable substances in the form of gas, vapour or mist, is likely to occur in normal operation occasional
ly: the Spray-gun washer guarantees a normal level of protection in conformity with equipment group II, category 2, in accordance with directive 94/9/EC.
• It is forbidden to use the Spray-gun washer following instructions which are not included in the final application: the
appliance must be use exclusively to wash spray guns, small containers and objects stained with paint.
• It is prohibited to use solvents or products that are not in conformity with the specifications indicated in this manual, or which
do not comply with legal norms.
• It is prohibited to use water-based products that have a pH value of less than 6.5 or greater than 12 for washing operations. If
the mixture contains flammable substances, the concentration must not exceed 8%.
• It is forbidden to use solvents that contain chlorurate or fluorocarbons, such as: Trichloroethane, Methylene Chloride or other
substances with halogenated hydrocarbon-based products
• The use of the Spray-gun washer is strictly forbidden to anyone who has not fully read and understood the contents of this
instruction manual.
• It is strictly forbidden to let the Spray-gun washer be used by anyone who is not properly skilled or duly trained or is not in
perfect health.
• It is forbidden to run the pneumatic diaphragm pump (pos. 31 - 32 fig. 1) without solvent in the drums (pos. 27 - 28 fig.1).
• It is forbidden to continually disconnect and reconnect the air supply hose from its connection (pos.12 fig.1).
• It is forbidden to puncture, scratch or scrape metal on the sides of the Spray-gun washer, as it could cause sparks
• It is forbidden to have nylon, plastic, glass wool, GRP or similar products next to or over the Spray-gun washer to avoid electrostatic charges.
• It is forbidden to use plastic drums (pos.27 e 28 fig.1).
• It is forbidden to use welders or open flame equipments and incandescent materials in the same area housing the Spray-gun
washer.
• Before using the Spray-gun washer all safety devices must be checked for integrity
• It is mandatory to verify that at the beginning of the washing cycle the solvent being used is not corrosive. If traces of corrosion
are detected on the internal hoses of the wash basin or on the grid top, suspend the wash cycle and immediately replace the
solvent.
• Before using the Spray-gun washer it is mandatory to connect the external earth cable (pos. 74 fig. 1) to the workshop plant.
• Before using the Spray-gun washer it is mandatory that the operator has eliminated all electrostatic charges accidentally
accumulated.
• It is mandatory that while loading and unloading the bins you do not spill their content on the workshop floor.
• Before using the Spray-gun washer, it is mandatory that the solvent loading and unloading hoses (pos.23-29S-44 fig.1) are
firmly inserted in their respective bins, be careful not to bend them and make sure they are not damaged. Also check that the
discharge hose (pos.44 fig.1) is always downwardly placed and that the end of the hose is not immersed in the solvent
• Spray guns, covers and containers to be washed must only be inserted in the nozzles and in the positions shown in figures
3A - 3B - 3C.
• The spray guns to be washed must be only made of metal or antistatic material.
• It is mandatory that, to avoid an overflow, you periodically check the level of solvent in the drum making sure it is not excessive (pos.27 - 28 fig.1).
• Before you start working it is recommended that you are familiar with the control devices and their functions.
• Should skin or eyes come in contact with washing products, rinse abundantly with water.
• When you start working with the Spray-gun washer it is recommended that you pour 8 litres of solvent in the drum
(pos.27 fig.1).
• It is recommended that you periodically replace the used solvent when it is necessary and deliver it to a company specialized
in disposing of it.
• If you plan not to use the Spray-gun washer for an extended period, it is recommended that you rinse inside the
Spray-gun washer (pos. 2 fig. 1) with clean solvent, start the pump (pos.32 fig.1) by means of the timer (pos. 14 fig. 1),
empty the two drums (pos. 27-28 fig. 1) and take off air supply.
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• If pieces are not washed well, it is recommended that you check and, if necessary, clean the nozzles inside the washing machine (see fig.3).
DANGER
It is forbidden to spray and/or blow with the gun aimed at the operator or other persons:
THIS COULD CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE TO HEALTH.
Before using the Spray-gun washer, ensure that the following measures are taken:
• It is forbidden to use water to extinguish fires. If the materials come in contact with water, it could generate noxious or flamma•
•
ble gases or greatly increase in temperature.
Suitable fire extinguishing systems, including portable fire extinguishers for first aid purposes, must be installed depending on
the conditions in which they will be used. These appliances must be kept in working order and inspected at least every six
months by an expert.
It is mandatory that in case of an emergency that personnel get easily and quickly away from danger zones.
2.5 DEMOLITION AND DECOMISSIONING
Upon demolition or decommissioning of the Spray-gun washer, we recommend that you take the necessary precautions to avoid
danger to exposed persons and the risk of environmental pollution:
• Disconnect the Spray-gun washer from the pneumatic energy source and discharge the residual energy accumulated.
• Residual liquid possibly left in the sink and hoses of the equipment must be carefully drained.
• The other parts of the Spray-gun washer must be treated in accordance with the regulations for special waste. Proceed by disassembling the machine: group the various units and parts into homogeneous lots and provide for their disposal separately, in accordance with environmental protection laws in the country where the machine is installed.
In general, please bear in mind that:
• Plastic or rubber parts are special waste.
• Ferrous scrap and carpentry are special waste.
3. SHIPMENT AND UNLOADING
The Spray-gun washer is shipped in a cardboard box with the warnings "fragile" and "do not turn over". Use a hand trolley to move
the Spray-gun washer near to where it is to be installed, remove the cardboard box and pallet and check that the machine has not
been damaged during transportation.
4. POSITIONING
It is obligatory to place the Spray-gun washer on a smooth, horizontal surface, in an environment with a temperature between
0° C and 60° C. The Spray-gun washer has been designed and built to be used in an environment in which an explosive atmosphere, consisting of a mixture of air and flammable substances in the form of gas, vapour or mist, is likely to occur in normal operation occasionally: the Spray-gun washer guarantees a normal level of protection in conformity with equipment group II, category 2, in accordance with directive 94/9/EC.
DANGER
All the following installation, adjustment and test procedures must be done exclusively by qualified and
responsible personnel who can ensure that work will be done according to standard safety procedures
applicable in the fields of mechanics and pneumatic systems.
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4.1 CHECKS BEFORE THE FIRST START-UP
The Spray-gun washer must be supplied with compressed air at a minimum pressure of 6 bar. If this is not the case, a storage
tank must be installed to ensure sufficient independence for the Spray-gun washer.
WARNING
Compressed air pressures must not exceed 10 bar. If the workshop compressor valve is set at a pressure higher than 10 bar then a pressure regulator/reducer/filtration unit must be installed on the supply
fitting to the Spray-gun washer. This unit must be equipped with a pressure gauge and must
reduce the pressure to an 8-9 bar value.
4.2 INSTALLATION
In order to install the Spray-gun washer correctly, it is useful to bear in mind that the inlet air speed into the suction hood, indicated in table <1.5 TECHNICAL DATA> is influenced by the length and shape of the fume exhaust pipe. An extremely long or curved
pipe, with section reductions or long horizontal sections will inevitably cause a drop in air flow to the exhaust stack, with consequently greater concentrations of vapour in the washing area. Therefore, follow instructions carefully.
Comply with the following instructions when installing the Spray-gun washer:
• Extend the vapour exhaust stack (pos. 16, fig. 1) and insert it into the hole on top of the Spray-gun washer positioning it perfectly vertical for at least 1 meter and connect it to the outside of the work room. If the outlet hole is farther than 2 metres away,
it is advised to use a diam. 12 cm galvanized pipe (not plastic), and mount it at the angle farthest away from the Spray-gun
washer (see figure AS). Example: if the outlet hose is 5 metres long, put at least 3-4 metres vertically and 2-1 metres
horizontally, rather than 1 metre vertically and 4 metres horizontally.
• Connect the hose (pos. 4 fig. 1), to the compressed air outlet fitting (pos. 10, fig. 1).
• Connect to the filtered air entrance (pos. 12 fig.1) with a hole of at least 8mm. It is advised to use a fast-on connection to
facilitate periodical lubrication (3-4 times a year) with an oil for atomizers.
• Connect the external ground cable (pos. 74 fig.1) to the workshop system.
• Before using the Spray-gun washer, it is recommended spreading peel-off paint on the conveyer (pos. 5, fig. 1) and side walls
inside to simplify periodic cleaning.
Figure AS
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Read the instructions given in the chapter "GENERAL SAFETY AND ACCIDENT-PREVENTION REGULATIONS". Check that the TIMER knob (Pos. 14) is set on position <0> before opening the Spray-gun
washer door (Pos. 6 - Fig. 1). If this is not the case turn the knob counter-clockwise until the timer is
set on zero.
5. CROSS-SECTION OF THE INSIDE OF THE SPRAY-GUN WASHER
(See figure 3)
D - Drilled screw
F - Support to clean the gun cup
H - Support to clean the spray gun covers
L - Internal spray unit for cleaning gravity-flow guns
L1 - Adjusting screw.
M - Spray-gun washer kit of brass tubes with nozzles
PQ - Special clamp to press the spray gun trigger and plug to close the air inlet and blow air
T - Male nozzle for washing the spray gun
T1 - Female nozzle for washing spray gun cups
Z - Internal spray unit for cleaning suction guns (with cups below).
Figure 3
Figure 3
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Figure 3A
Figure 3B
Figure 3C
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5.1 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
All the following instructions must be read and fully understood before starting to work with the Spray-gun washer.
Spray guns can be washed in several ways by this appliance:
• Suction-flow guns can be washed with the cup removed from the gun.
• Gravity-flow guns can be washed with the cup attached to the gun.
• Gravity-flow guns can be washed with the cup removed from the gun.
Set the Spray-gun washer up properly before starting to wash the spray guns.
5.2 PREPARATION FOR USE OF THE SPRAY-GUN WASHER.
• Take a 25 L metal drum full of clean solvent (pos.28 fig.1), and an empty metal one of the same capacity (pos.27 fig.1).
• Pour approx. 8 L of clean solvent from the drum (28) to the drum (27).
• Position the two drums in the collecting basin (pos. 47 fig.1) inside the Spray-gun washer.
• Insert the two hoses (23) and (29) in the drum (28) and the hoses (29S - 44) in the drum (27). This later will be used also to recu
perate the dirty solvent after washing.
• Check the operation of the membrane pump (pos. 32 fig.1) of the automatic wash and if it is necessary, adjust
it, turning the
screw (pos.56 fig.PA) located on the pump itself. The pump must carry out 60 ÷ 70 pulses/min.
5.3 WASHING SUCTION-FLOW GUNS
(CUP BELOW THE GUN) WITH THE REMOVED CUP (SEE fig. 3A)
Remove the cup from the gun. Empty its residual contents in an external container. Pull the gun trigger using the hook (P) (fig.
PQ1 and PQ2) and close the air inlet hole with the plug (Q) (fig. PQ3). Insert the air gun from the side where paint enters into the
nozzle (pos. Z - fig. 3A) and place its cup upside-down on its support (pos. F - fig. 3A).
Now close the Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 - fig. 1) and actuate the diaphragm pump, setting the timer knob at its highest position (pos. 14 - fig. 1). The pumps will automatically stop at the end of this time setting.
5.4 WASHING GRAVITY-FLOW GUNS
(CUP ABOVE THE GUN) WITH MOUNTED CUP (SEE fig. 3B)
Insert the spraying hose (pos. L - fig. 3) on its nozzle (pos. Z fig. 3.) Remove the cup from the gun. Empty its residual contents in
an external container. Pull the gun trigger using the hook (pos. P - fig. PQ1 and PQ2). Close the air inlet hole with the plug
(pos. Q - fig. PQ3). Adjust the screw (pos. L1 - fig. 3), insert the gun with cup mounted from the side of the cup opening and place
it on the long nozzle (pos. L - fig. 3B). Position the cup with its inside pointed downwards, on its support (pos. H - fig. 3B). After
these operations have been completed, close the Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 - fig. 1) and activate the diaphragm pump, setting
the timer knob at its maximum value (pos. 14 - fig. 1). The pump will automatically stop at the end of this time setting.
5.5 WASHING GRAVITY-FLOW GUNS
(CUP ABOVE THE GUN) WITH DISMANTLED CUP (SEE fig. 3C)
Insert the spraying hose (pos. L - fig. 3) on its nozzle (pos. Z fig. 3). Empty its residual content in an external container. Remove
the cup from the gun. Pull the gun trigger using the hook (pos. P - fig. PQ1 and PQ2). Close the air inlet hole with the plug (pos.
Q - fig. PQ3). Adjust the screw (pos. L1 - fig. 3), insert the gun from the side the paint enters in the nozzle (pos. L - fig. 3C). Position
the upside-down cup on its support (pos. F - fig. 3C). Position the cup with its inside pointed downwards, on its support (pos. H fig. 3C). After these operations have been completed, close the Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 - fig. 1) and actuate the diaphragm
pump, setting the timer knob at its maximum value (pos. 14 - fig. 1). Pumps will automatically stop at the end of this time setting.
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5.6 FINAL SPRAY GUN WASHING
The following operations should be performed to complete spray gun washing at the end of the automatic wash cycle.
Cleaning can be done as follows:
- Automatic (just for IWK SOL-C)
- Manual
5.6.1. FINAL AUTOMATIC WASHING OF SPRAY GUNS
(INSIDE THE SPRAY-GUN WASHER) (JUST FOR IWK SOL-C)
Press the push button (pos.13 fig.1) 4-5 times with an interval of approximately one second between one impulse and the other.
Once this operation has come to an end, we recommend that you ensure that all pieces have been thoroughly cleaned, above all
the airbrushes. If needed, hand rinse with the nebulizer (pos.22 fig.1).
5.6.2. FINAL MANUAL WASHING.
Open the Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 - fig. 1). And wash the parts using the atomizer with clean solvent (pos.22 Fig.1), operated by the lever (pos.18 fig.1). Spray with the Spray-gun inside the washing basin (pos.2 Fig.1).
5.7 WASHING CANS AND CONTAINERS UP TO 5 L (see fig 3).
Empty the residual content of the can in an external container. Put the can upside down and position it on nozzle (pos.T-D fig.3).
After these operations have been completed, close the Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 - fig. 1) and actuate the diaphragm pump,
setting the timer knob at its maximum value (pos. 14 - fig. 1).
6. SAFETY DEVICES.
WARNING
The following devices must never be tampered with or excluded from operation.
They must always be kept in perfect working order.
• The Timer is reset (pos. 14 fig. 1) every time the Spray-gun washer door is opened (pos. 6 fig. 1). This prevents solvent being accidentally sprayed onto the operator.
• The safety valve control button (pos. 39 fig. 1) automatically shuts off the flow of solvent when the operator opens the Spraygun washer door (pos. 6 fig. 1), without resetting the Timer (pos. 14 fig. 1).
The safety valve that blocks the Spray-gun washer pump (pos. 39 fig. 1).
•
• Connection of the machine to ground by means of the supplied conductor.
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7. PNEUMATIC MEMBRANE PUMP PA
PA-38
PA-39
PA-40
PA-41
PA-42
PA-43
PA-44
PA-45
PA-46
PA-47
PA-48
Inlet air valve.
Inlet spring valve.
Inlet/outlet housing.
Spheres with support.
Outlet spring valve.
Washer.
Outlet valve..
Pump body.
Stainless steel spring.
Brass holder.
Teflon membrane.
PA-49
PA-50
PA-51
PA-52
PA-53
PA-54
PA-56
PA-57
PA-58
PA-80
PA-81
Figure PA
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Armoured rubber membrane.
Stainless steel holder.
Membrane lock screw.
Pump body cover.
Pump body cover screw.
Oscillator.
Impulse adjustment screw.
Outlet
Air inlet fitting.
Atex - CE identification plate.
Self-threading rivet 2.5x6.5 UNI 7346
SPRAY- GUN WASHER IWK SOL-B/SOL-C Mod. SLB/SLC
8. TROUBLESHOOTING
8.1 DIAPHRAGM PUMP TROUBLES
Check and service as follows:
• Make sure incoming air pressure is at least 6 bar.
• Disconnect the pump air feeding hose and with the timer activated, check that the compressed air is exiting.
• In case air continues to escape from the vent (pos.57 fig.PA) and there are no pump strokes, remove valve (54) from the pump
and thoroughly clean the middle shutter.
Ensure that the pump rotates steadily at 60-70 strokes per minute. If not, adjust the screw (PA 56) as necessary.
•
• If the pump does not prime and no solvent is delivered, check and clean the filter (pos. 29F fig.1) and ensure that the drums
(pos. 27 and 28 fig. 1) contain at least 8 litres of solvent.
• If the pump speed is normal (60-70 strokes per minute) and no solvent is delivered, check that the inlet ball (PA41) is not stuck
•
to its seat. If so, gently hit the inlet valve body located under the pump (PA38-39-40-41-43) with a small hammer while the pump
is in operation. If the ball does not move from its seat, dismantle from this pump the hose (pos. 29F fig. 1) and blow inside with
air after you have closed the washer door (pos. 6 fig.1), or blow and hit simultaneously.
If solvent comes out of the valve silencer (PA57), then the membranes (PA 48 and 49) are broken. Replace the membranes
and the complete oscillator (PA54).
8.2 INSUFFICIENT VAPOUR EXHAUST (See pos. 15 fig. 1)
• Keep the lower door (pos. 0 fig. 1) closed.
• Check that incoming air pressure is at least 6 Bar.
• Check that the exhaust stack (pos. 16 fig. 1) is perfectly vertical for at least 1 meter.
• Dismantle and clean the air inlet filter placed inside the connection fitting (pos. 12 fig. 1).
• Clean the suction nozzles (pos. 15 fig. 1).
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9. PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(IWK SOL-B)
Air filter
5 way NA Valve (Spray-gun washer door)
Timer
3 way continuos motor valve
Membrane pump
Dirty solvent drum
Spray-gun washer basin
9
10
11
12
13
14
Sphere valve (atomizer command)
Suction atomizer
Clean solvent drum
Blower (fume intake)
Eventual spray gun
Bottle neck (ø 1.5 mm)
IWK SOL-B FIGURE 5
9.1 OPERATION (IWKSOL-B)
Inlet air is connected to and filtered by filter (1) and feeds the microvalve (2), passes through the bottle neck (14) and feeds the spray
gun (13). When the Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 - fig. 1) is open, microvalve (2) feeds blower (12) and sphere valve (9). By opening sphere valve (9), atomizer (10) is fed. When Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 fig. 1) is closed microvalve (2) is open, and timer
(3) is fed. By actuating timer (3), continuous motor (4) is started which in turns feeds diaphragm pump (5).
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PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(IWK SOL-C)
Air filter
5 way NA Valve (Spray-gun washer door)
Timer
3 way continuous motor valve
Membrane pump
Dirty solvent drum
Spray-gun washer basin
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Sphere valve (atomizer command)
Suction atomizer.
Clean solvent drum
Blower (fume intake)
Eventual spray gun
3 way NA Valve (final Spray-gun washer)
Membrane pump
Bottle neck (ø 1.5 mm)
IWK SOL-C FIGURE 5
(IWKSOL-C)
Inlet air is connected to and filtered by filter (1) and feeds the microvalve (2), passes through the bottle neck (16) and feeds the spray
gun (13). When the Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 - fig. 1) is open, microvalve (2) feeds blower (12) and sphere valve (9). By opening sphere valve (9), atomizer (10) is fed. When Spray-gun washer door (pos. 6 fig. 1) is closed, microvalve (2) feeds timer (3) and
valve (14). By actuating timer (3), continuous motor (4) is started which in turns feeds diaphragm pump (5). Pressing switch (14)
feeds the diaphragm pump (15).
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10. MAINTENANCE AND PERIODICAL CHECKS
The following ordinary maintenance procedures must be performed.
Extraordinary maintenance (repair of basic machine components) must be carried out by qualified personnel only.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Lubricate 3-4 times a year the pneumatic system as follows: disconnect compressed air supply from the air inlet fitting
(pos. 12 - fig.1) and pour 1 spoon of atomizer oil inside the this fitting (pos. 12 - fig. 1).
Clean the detergent inlet filter (pos. 29S fig. 1)
Check and clean from time to time the air inlet filter inside the fitting (pos. 12 - fig. 1) possibly without disassembling the fitting.
Check that the solvent level in the bins (pos. 27 and 28 - fig. 1) is not too high to prevent overflowing.
Check that hoses (pos. 23-29-29S-44 - fig. 1) are not bent, worn or broken and are well inserted into the bins
(pos. 27 and 28 - fig.1)
Check that the pump strokes (pos. 32 - fig. 1) are 60÷70 per minute.
Dismantle and clean with compressed air inside the pump silencer (PA 57) or replace it.
Check the discharge hose (pos. 44 - fig. 1) is always pointed downwards with its end out of the solvent.
When removing dirty solvent from the bin (pos. 27 - fig. 1) clean and rinse the bottom of the bin.
Check that the machine is always grounded.
Ensure that screws (pos. 31 and 32 - fig. 1) supporting diaphragm pumps are well secured to their supports.
Check the vapour discharge hose (pos.16 - fig. 1) is in perfect upright position.
10.1 CLEANING THE NEBULIZER
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Dismantle the fitting A.
Dismantle the hose B.
Dismantle the fitting C
Clean the nozzle D with an iron thread.
SPRAY- GUN WASHER IWK SOL-B/SOL-C Mod. SLB/SLC
11. LIST OF SPARE PARTS
Pos.
SPRAY GUN WASHER (See fig. 1)
0
3
4
10
12
13
14
15
16
18-BK
18-BL
22
23
25
29
29S
31(B)
32(B)
33
39
44
47
74
Lower door
Door closing magnet
Compressed air gun supply hose
Spray gun compressed air outlet fitting
Spray gun compressed air inlet with filter
Control push-button for final automatic wash with clean solvent (just for IWK SOL-C)
Timer
Vapour suction nozzles
Vapour exhaust stack
Complete command kit
Command lever only
Clean solvent atomizer
Hose that feeds the atomizer
Work surface
Hose to feed clean solvent to the final wash pump
Hose to feed the solvent used by the Spray-gun washer
Pneumatic membrane pump PA for clean solvent. (just for IWK SOL-C)
Pneumatic membrane pump PA for dirty solvent
Oscillator
Safety valve for Spray-gun washer pump stop
Used solvent drain hose
Collecting basin
Outside ground wire
Pos.
INSIDE OF THE SPRAY GUN WASHER (See fig.3)
D
F
H
L-L1
N
PQ
T
Z
M
Drilled screw
Gun cup support
Spray guns cover support
Inner spray tube (long), complete
Hole protection for tank drain
Special clamp
Male nozzle
Inner sprayer for suction guns with cups off
Kit of brass tubes with nozzles positioned inside the Spray-gun washer
Pos.
PNEUMATIC DIAPHRAGM PUMP (See fig. PA)
PA46
PA57
PA58
PA38K
PA44K
PA48K
PA54K
Stainless steel spring
Discharge silence
Air inlet fitting
Complete inlet valve Kit with: PA38-39-40-41-43
Complete outlet valve Kit with: PA40-41-42-43-44
Complete diaphragm Kit with: PA47-48-49-50-51
Complete oscillator Kit with: PA54-56-57-58
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