(Serv. Man. AH-99-01.3) (AH99013sm)

(Serv. Man. AH-99-01.3) (AH99013sm)
SERVICE MANUAL
AH-99-01.3
(Replaces AH-99-01.2)
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M90 HANDGUNS
MODELS:
77073 FOR ST
ANDARD 9040 / A
VIA
TOR / MGS
STANDARD
AVIA
VIAT
77132 FOR ST
ANDARD 9040 CLASSIC
STANDARD
IMPOR
TANT
IMPORT
ANT:: 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: $30.00 (U.S.)
N O T E : This manual has been changed from revision AH-99-01.2 to revision AH-99-01.3
AH-99-01.3.
Reasons for this change are noted under “Manual Change Summary” inside the back
cover of this manual.
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M90 Handguns - Contents
CONTENTS
PAGE
1-7
SAFETY:
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS............................................................................................................ 1
HAZARDS / SAFEGUARDS........................................................................................................ 2
INTRODUCTION:
8-9
GENERAL DESCRIPTION.......................................................................................................... 8
SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................................... 9
INSTALLATION:
10-11
SAFE INSTALLATION................................................................................................................. 10
TYPICAL M90 CASCADE HANDGUN INSTALLATION............................................................ 10
TYPICAL M90 CLASSIC HANDGUN INSTALLATION.............................................................. 11
FILTERS....................................................................................................................................... 11
LINE HOSE - AIR......................................................................................................................... 11
LINE HOSE - FLUID.................................................................................................................... 11
OPERATION:
12-13
SAFE OPERATION...................................................................................................................... 12
THE RIGHT TECHNIQUE........................................................................................................... 12
PREPARATION............................................................................................................................ 13
14-33
MAINTENANCE:
SAFE MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................. 14
SUITABLE SOLVENTS FOR CLEANING M90
HANDGUNS................................................................................................................................. 15
ROUTINE SCHEDULE................................................................................................................ 15
HANDGUN ASSEMBLY CLEANING PROCEDURE................................................................. 17
FLUSHING PROCEDURES........................................................................................................ 18
GUN REPAIR............................................................................................................................... 18
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED........................................................................................................... 18
TO REMOVE THE GUN FROM THE WORK SITE.................................................................... 19
BARREL ASSEMBLY................................................................................................................... 19
FAN AIR VALVE........................................................................................................................... 23
AIR VALVE................................................................................................................................... 24
TRIGGER..................................................................................................................................... 25
NEEDLE SHAFT RETURN REPLACEMENT............................................................................. 26
LOW VOLTAGE CABLE PLUG ASSEMBLY
REPLACEMENT........................................................................................................................... 26
LOW VOLTAGE CABLE REPLACEMENT................................................................................. 27
RESISTOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT............................................................... 28
HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE REPLACEMENT................................................................................ 28
(Continued On Next Page)
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MAINTENANCE: (continued)
HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE ASSEMBLY........................................................................................
FILTER, TUBE, AND LINE INSTALLATION AND
REPLACEMENT..........................................................................................................................
NOZZLE SELECTION GUIDE....................................................................................................
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE...................................................................................................
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PARTS IDENTIFICATION:
34-41
29
31
32
M90 CASCADE HANDGUN / PARTS LIST................................................................................ 34
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS - M90 CASCADE
HANDGUN................................................................................................................................... 37
MISC. PARTS - M90 CASCADE HANDGUN............................................................................. 37
M90 CLASSIC HANDGUN / PARTS LIST.................................................................................. 38
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS - M90 CLASSIC
HANDGUN................................................................................................................................... 41
MISC. PARTS - M90 CLASSIC HANDGUN............................................................................... 41
42
WARRANTY POLICIES:
LIMITED WARRANTY................................................................................................................. 42
43-46
APPENDIX:
PAINT AND SOLVENT SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................ 43
VISCOSITY CONVERSION CHART.......................................................................................... 44
VOLUMETRIC CONTENT OF HOSE OR TUBE....................................................................... 46
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SAFETY
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before operating, maintaining or servicing any
ITW Ransburg electrostatic coating system, read
and understand all of the technical and safety
literature for your ITW 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.
!
The user MUST read and be familiar
with the Safety Section in this manual and
the ITW 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 NFPA33 SAFETY STANDARD prior to installing, operating, and/or servicing this equipment.
!
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 ITW Ransburg equipment
manuals to reconcile such differences.
WARNING
WARNING
> The hazards shown on the following
page 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 ITW Ransburg representative
or ITW Ransburg.
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AREA
HAZARD
SAFEGUARDS
Tells where
Tells what the hazard is.
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Fire Hazard
Fire extinguishing equipment must be present in
the spray area and tested periodically.
hazards may occur.
Spray Area
Improper or inadequate operation and maintenance procedures Spray areas must be kept clean to prevent the acwill cause a fire hazard.
cumulation of combustible residues.
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 shutdown indicates
a problem in the system requiring correction.
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.
Those used for general cleaning must have flash
points above 100oF (37.8oC).
Spray booth ventilation must be kept at the rates
required by NFPA 33, OSHA and local codes. In
addition, ventilation must be maintained during
cleaning operations using flammable or combustible solvents.
Electrostatic arcing must be prevented.
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.
The paint process and equipment should be set up
and operated in accordance with NFPA 33, NEC, and
OSHA requirements.
Toxic Substances 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.
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.
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HAZARD
SAFEGUARDS
Tells where
Tells what the hazard is.
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
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.
Aluminum is widely used in other spray application
equipment - such as material pumps, regulators,
valves, etc. Check all other equipment items before use and make sure they can also be used
safely with these solvents. 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 material supplier. Any other type of solvent may be used with
aluminum equipment.
Electrical
Equipment
High voltage equipment is utilized. Arcing in areas of flammable or combustible materials
may occur. Personnel are exposed to high voltage during operation and maintenance.
The power supply, optional remote control cabinet,
and all other electrical equipment must be located
outside Class I or II, Division 1 and 2 hazardous
areas. (Exception: AVIATOR series guns) Refer
to NFPA 33.
hazards may occur.
Turn the power supply OFF before working on the
equipment.
Protection against inadvertent
arcing that may cause a fire or
explosion is lost if safety circuits Test only in areas free of flammable or combustible material.
are disabled during operation.
Frequent power supply shutdown Testing may require high voltage to be on, but only
as instructed.
indicates a problem in the system which requires correction.
Production should never be done with the safety
An electrical arc can ignite coat- circuits disabled.
ing materials and cause a fire or
explosion.
Before turning the high voltage on, make sure no
objects are within the sparking distance.
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HAZARD
SAFEGUARDS
Tells where
Tells what the hazard is.
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
Electrostatic Arcing
Never operate the spray gun without properly
grounding the following.
hazards may occur.
Spray Area
A. Operators
Operators must be grounded. Rubber soled
insulating shoes should not be worn. Grounding
leg straps may be used.
Operators must maintain contact with the
handle of the gun. If work gloves are used, the
palm section should be cut out.
Operators must remove from themselves all
metal objects that are not grounded.
NOTE: REFER TO NFPA 33 REGARDING
OPERATOR GROUNDING.
B. Parts being sprayed. Resistance between the
part and a grounded conveyor must not exceed
1 megohm.
C. Every metal and conductive object in the spray
area. This includes the booth, parts hangers,
fire extinguishers, conductive flooring, etc.
Grounded conductive flooring must be provided in
the spray area.
Turn off voltage at the power supply before flushing
out, cleaning, or removing any parts from the gun.
Never install a spray gun into a fluid system using
an isolated solvent supply.
Do not touch gun electrode while gun is energized.
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AREA
HAZARD
SAFEGUARDS
Tells where
Tells what the hazard is.
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
hazards may occur.
General Use and Improper operation or maintenance may create a hazard.
Maintenance
Personnel must be properly
trained in the use of this equipment.
Personnel must be given training in accordance
with the requirements of NFPA 33.
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, and your insurance company requirements.
Always turn power to the power supply OFF, unplug the electrical cord from its outlet, and remove
the front panel fuse, before opening the power supply door. If necessary, lock the power supply out
so that it cannot be turned ON until the work is finished.
Whenever removing high voltage cables from
equipment, ground the contact end of the cable by
holding the cable such that the contact touches
earth ground for several seconds. Do not touch
the contact until it has been grounded. This will
reduce the possibility of residual charge causing
electrical shock.
The High Voltage Multiplier Assembly contains energy storage components that can cause serious
shock injury, and therefore is not field repairable.
Warranty will be voided if the High Voltage Multiplier seal is broken. If the High Voltage Multiplier
is defective contact your authorized ITW Ransburg
representative for exchange or repair.
The High Voltage Multiplier and high voltage cable
contain significant capacitance that will store
charge. Allow approximately 10 seconds for this
charge to bleed off before opening the cabinet door
or removing the high voltage cable from the power
supply or spray gun.
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AREA
HAZARD
SAFEGUARDS
Tells where
Tells what the hazard is.
Tells how to avoid the hazard.
hazards may occur.
General Use and Use of hand tools may cause
cumulative trauma disorders
Maintenance
(CTD's). CTD's or musculoskeletal disorders, involve damage to
the hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck and back. Carpal
tunnel syndrome and tendinitis
(such as tennis elbow or rotator
cuff syndrome) are examples of
CTD's.
CTD's when using hand tools,
tend to affect the upper extremities. Factors which may increase the risk of developing a
CTD include:
Risk is reduced by avoiding or lessening the listed
hazards.
CTD's can also be caused by such activities as
sewing, golf, tennis and bowling, to name a few.
Pain, tingling, or numbness in the shoulder, forearm, wrists, hands, or fingers, especially during the
night, may be early symptoms of a CTD. Do not
ignore them. Should you experience any such
symptoms, see a physician immediately. Other
early symptoms may include vague discomfort in
the hand, loss of manual dexterity, and nonspecific
pain in the arm. Ignoring early symptoms and continued repetitive use of the arm, wrist and hand can
lead to serious disability.
1. High frequency of the activity.
2. Excessive force, such as
gripping, pinching or pressing
with the hands and fingers.
3. Extreme or awkward finger,
wrist or arm positions.
4. Excessive duration of the
activity.
5. Tool vibration.
6. Repeated pressure on a
body part.
7. Working in cold temperatures.
Personnel Safety Fluid Injection Injury
/ Fluid Injection
Hazard
(High Pressure
Equipment)
Never let any part of the body come in direct contact with the fluid stream exiting from the nozzle.
If fluid leaks occur in the gun or in the fluid delivery
components, depressurize fluid system before servicing.
Never aim the applicator at any part of the body under
any circumstances.
If you are injured by high pressure fluid injection,
immediate medical treatment must be sought.
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M90 Handguns - Introduction
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Ransburg
Electrostatic Mix Process
This is a combined air/airless method for electrostatically applying coatings to objects. The
M90 system applies a high voltage DC charge
to the applicator electrode, creating an electrostatic field between the electrode and the
grounded target. The target is electrically
grounded through its support which may be either stationary or moving.
A regulated high pressure fluid system delivers
coating material to the fluid nozzle and is atomized by passing through an orifice under pressure. The atomized spray particles become
electrically charged under the influence of the
electrostatic field surrounding the nozzle. The
air supply to the gun aids in shaping the coating
material into a desired pattern. The charged
particles are attracted to and deposited on the
target object. The forces between the charged
particles and the grounded target are sufficient
to turn most normal overspray around and deposit it on the back surface of the target. Therefore, a high percentage of the coating is deposited on the target.
A control unit provides either manual or automatic operation of the equipment. Controls normally include, but are not limited to, fan and conveyor interlocks and a protective current overload device.
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M90 Handguns
(Cascade / Classic)
The M90 Hand Gun applies a negative 85 kV
DC charge to the coating materials at the point
of atomization. This electrostatic charge allows
a more efficient, uniform application of coating to
the front, edges, sides, and back of products.
The M90 system is highly suitable for applying
coatings to a variety of surface configurations;
large targets, small parts, tubular wares, concave and recessed parts, etc. Because it is a
grounded fluid system, it is highly suitable for
applying a wide range of solvent reduced coatings such as enamels, lacquers, epoxies, etc.
The M90 Handgun system includes the Handgun, Cable, Air and Fluid Hoses, and a Control
Unit.
The Cascade Control Unit provides low voltage
output to the gun and contains controls for AC
on/off, high voltage adjust, kV and microamp
meter.
The Classic Control Unit provides high voltage
output to the gun and contains controls for AC
on/off, high voltage adjust, kV and microamp
meter.
M90 with Aviator
The M90 may be used with the Aviator power
generator in hazardous locations. This equipment meets Class 1, Division 1, Group D hazardous location requirements. This allows moving the M90 power source inside most spray
booths or areas where the standard control unit
may not be conveniently located. Examples are
airplane hangers, etc.
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SPECIFICA
TIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Environmental / Physical
Gun Length:
10 inches
Weight:
32 ounces (Cascade)
29 ounces (Classic)
Hose & Cable
Lengths:
36 ft (Optional: 50, 75,
and 100 ft)
Atomizer Assembly: 77080-xxxx
(See Figure 3: Nozzle
Selection Guide)
Electrical
Operating Voltage:
Current Output:
Cascade:
Classic:
85 kV maximum
90 microamperes maximum
200 microamperes maximum
Paint Resistance:* .1 MΩ to ∞
* (Use Model No. 76652, Test Equipment)
Part Sprayability:
Determine sprayability of
part to be coated using
76652, Test Equipment
(see TE-98-01).
Mechanical
Fluid Pressure:
0-2800 psi (maximum)
Fluid Flow Rate:
Variable to 1,500 cc/minute
Air Pressure:
0-100 psi (maximum)
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INST
ALLA
TION
INSTALLA
ALLATION
! WARNING
> Install and route the hoses and cable
so they are NOT exposed to temperatures in excess of 120°F and so that all
hose bends are NOT LESS than a 6
inch (15 cm) radius. Failure to comply
with these guidelines could cause equipment malfunctions that might create
HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS!
! WARNING
> NEVER wrap the applicator, associated
valves and tubing, and supporting hardware
in plastic to keep it clean. A surface charge
may build up on the plastic surface and
discharge to the nearest grounded object.
Efficiency of the applicator will also be
reduced and damage or failure of the applicator components may occur. WRAPPING
THE APPLICATOR IN PLASTIC WILL
VOID WARRANTY.
This information is intended ONLY to indicate
general installation guidelines of this product
and its working relationship to other ITW Ransburg system components. Each installation is
unique and should be directed by an ITW
Ransburg representative.
SAFE INST
ALLA
TION
INSTALLA
ALLATION
• Ground the spray booth, the paint supply, and
the conveyor or work support.
• Ground all solvent and waste safety containers.
• Ensure that all elements of the coating system
are correctly grounded, connected, and located.
• Position all non-approved electrical apparatus
(including, but not limited to, high voltage
power supplies, fluid pumps, and air compressors) outside of the hazardous location. See
the appropriate NFPA and/or OSHA guidelines
for your application and equipment.
• Provide appropriate fire extinguishing equipment.
• Provide conductive flooring in all spray areas.
• Follow all NFPA guidelines.
TYPICAL M90 CASCADE
HANDGUN INST
ALLA
TION
INSTALLA
ALLATION
Connect the low voltage cable to the control unit
low voltage socket. Gently hand tighten the
cable retaining nut. Connect the other end of
the low voltage cable to the handgun, using a
wrench to tighten.
!
> DO NOT overtighten the low voltage
cable connection to the handgun. Damage to plastic parts may occur.
The control unit may be connected through conduit with an explosion-proof switch on or near
the spray booth where it will be convenient to
the operator, or may be connected with a power
cord depending upon application requirement.
• Ground all work holders and hooks and keep
them free of paint.
• Ground the target object to a structural ground
and not back to the applicator system. Ensure
that all target objects have a resistance to
ground of one megohm or LESS.
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CAUTION
NOTE
> Refer to the control unit service
manual for the circuit diagram and instructions to connect the control unit.
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! WARNING
NOTE
> The control unit MUST be located at
least three feet outside of the spray area.
Install units in accordance with the code
requirements. (See NFPA 33, 70, OSHA
and local codes.)
> Refer to the control unit service
manual for the circuit diagram and instructions to connect the control unit.
! WARNING
NOTE
The control unit MUST be located at
least three feet outside of the spray area.
Install units in accordance with the code
requirements. (See NFPA 33, 70, OSHA
and local codes.)
>
> The Aviator power generator may be
located within the hazardous area.
! WARNING
> Verify that the gun handle is actually
grounded before operating it! This is done
with a fully connected and operational system, by placing one lead of an ohmmeter to
the handle and the other to the building
electrical ground (cold water pipe, building
structure, steel, etc.). They should be
essentially zero.
> If a greater reading is obtained, check
that the control unit is grounded. (See the
control unit manual for grounding procedure.)
TYPICAL M90 CLASSIC
HANDGUN INST
ALLA
TION
INSTALLA
ALLATION
Connect the high voltage cable to the control
unit high voltage socket. Gently hand tighten
the cable retaining nut. Connect the other end
of the high voltage cable to the handgun, using
an Allen wrench to tighten the set screw in the
gun handle.
Connect the air hose to the inlet of the flow
switch on the control unit. Connect the outlet of
the flow switch with air hose to the handgun using a wrench.
FIL
TERS
FILTERS
Install an air filter assembly onto the factory air.
!
CAUTION
An air filter MUST be installed to prevent contamination of the coating material by
the shaping air.
>
LINE HOSE - AIR
ITW Ransburg supplies a standard 36 foot
hose. Optional hose lengths of 50, 75, and 100
feet are available.
LINE HOSE - FLUID
ITW Ransburg supplies a standard 36 foot
hose. Optional hose lengths of 50, 75, and 100
feet are available. ITW Ransburg offers this
hose ONLY as a complete assembly to ensure
that the hose is properly grounded at each end
fitting.
The control unit may be connected through conduit with an explosion-proof switch on or near
the spray booth where it will be convenient to
the operator, or may be connected with a power
cord depending upon application requirement.
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OPERA
TION
OPERATION
SAFE OPERA
TION
OPERATION
• Ground all operators by requiring that they
hold the gun handle with a bare hand.
• Ground operators and all other persons in
spray areas by requiring that they wear conductive soled shoes or grounding straps.
• Have exhaust fans operating while spraying.
• Never flush the gun with solvent while electrostatics are on. Failure to turn off electrostatics
while flushing may cause an IGNITION HAZARD.
THE RIGHT TECHNIQUE
Following are some basic electrostatic spray
techniques. Depending on the spray target, it
may be necessary to adjust the technique.
• Exhaust fans must be interlocked with the
control unit or Aviator.
Spray Width Determination
• See that no more than one gallon of solvent
per safety container per operator is inside of
the hazard location.
The size of the object being coated is the determining factor in adjusting the spray pattern. The
larger the object, the larger the required pattern
width. This is accomplished by fluid nozzle selection. Air adjustment is used to remove "tails"
from the spray pattern.
• If ANY symptom of improper operation occurs,
suspend use of the unit until the problem has
been diagnosed and corrected. See Figure 1
"Troubleshooting Guide" or contact your authorized ITW Ransburg representative.
• Ground MUST be maintained during the addition of fluid to any supply container! Whenever transferring flammable fluid from one container to another, both containers MUST be
properly connected to a proven ground first
and then to each other. Personnel executing
such a transfer MUST also be grounded.
• A chemical reaction, resulting in the possibility
of a pressure EXPLOSION, may occur if 1, 1,
1-Trichloroethane, Methylene Chloride, or
other Halogenated Hydrocarbon Solvents are
used in PRESSURIZABLE FLUID SYSTEMS
having ALUMINUM or GALVANIZED WETTED PARTS. Such an explosion could cause
DEATH, serious BODILY INJURY and/or
substantial property damage. Consult your
fluid supplier to determine the chemical content of your solvents. (See SL-81-05 "HHC
Explosion Hazard Danger Sign" and SL-81-08
"Halogenated Hydrocarbon Safety Bulletin".)
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NOTE
> The degree of atomization is dependent on the viscosity of the paint formulation, the applied fluid pressure, and nozzle
selection.
Gun to T
arget Distance
Target
The distance between the gun and the target
influences the appearance of the final finish of
the object. If the gun is held too close (under 4
inches), runs and sags with excessive "bounceback" may occur. If the gun is held too far from
the object, the electrostatic attraction is decreased. Normally, the best spacing between
gun and target is in the 6 to 12 inch area.
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Fluid Nozzle
CAUTION
> The object being coated is maintained
at ground potential. The spray gun operator is also grounded, therefore, the operator has as much attraction for the electrostatic paint as the object. To prevent
"wrap-back" always keep the gun nozzle
closer to the target than to the operator.
Overlap
For the best "hiding" and uniformity of film thickness, the stroke overlap should be approximately 50%. There should be some overlap at
edges of the part to increase edge coverage.
Overlap requirements may vary widely with different paint formulations and different compositions of objects being coated.
T riggering
Gun triggering (ON/OFF) depends largely on
the desired results (the amount of wraparound
required, edge coating, etc.). If the front and
back of the object are being coated, proper gun
technique can edge coat in some instances
without making a specific pass for that purpose.
Triggering the gun before the target is directly in
front of the gun may cause heavy edge buildup
on the leading edge of the target due to the electrostatic attraction.
PREP
ARA
TION
PREPARA
ARATION
Because of the design of the M90 applicators,
the fluid nozzle precision is paramount to proper
function. ITW Ransburg makes every effort to
assure that all production of this part will meet
the critical design standards necessary for all
applications.
The selection of the best nozzle to apply a given
coating to a specific article with maximum efficiency is not an exact science. Testing is usually necessary and wide experience with many
types of coating applications helps. Your ITW
Ransburg representative uses such experience
and actual laboratory testing when recommending a nozzle for your application needs.
However, if parts, paints, or conveyor speeds
are changed, a different nozzle may be required
for best results. The following discussion and
guide will assist the user in making their own
nozzle selection whenever it becomes necessary. Selection should always be verified by
actual tests to determine optimum efficiencies.
Refer to Figure 2 "Nozzle Selection Guide" for
the choice of spray width and spray characteristics appropriate to the size and type of target.
The maximum nozzle flow capacity depends on:
the orifice size, the fluid pressure, the paint viscosity, and the spraying temperature. Always
remember, for maximum paint economy any
nozzle selected should always be operated at
the lowest fluid pressure, which will give good
atomization and the required flow rate.
!
Paint
CAUTION
ITW Ransburg recommends the use
of a fluid filter to reduce nozzle clogging.
>
A selection of the proper paint mixture is essential to electrostatic operation. Paint test equipment may be obtained through your ITW Ransburg representative. (See IL-259 "REA, REM,
& M90 - Paint Related Information" for paint formulation.) For further paint formulation and test
procedures, consult your ITW Ransburg representative and/or your paint supplier.
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MAINTENANCE
Good preventive maintenance is essential for
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 ITW
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 proper disposal of waste. Ready access to
appropriate fire extinguishing equipment is required. For details, consult the appropriate ITW
Ransburg and/or NFPA safety information, your
local fire codes, local painting equipment standards, and the OSHA Act of 1970 as well as
your insurance carrier's recommendations.
SAFE MAINTENANCE
• The user MUST read and be familiar with the
"Safety" section in this manual and the ITW
Ransburg safety literature therein identified.
• Routine management, care, and maintenance
of the system is essential to ensure quality finishes, eliminate rejects, and reduce service
requirements.
• Turn the control unit off prior to cleaning or
servicing the equipment.
• Never immerse any part of, or all of an assembled applicator in any liquid.
! WARNING
The user MUST read and be familiar
with the safety instructions in this manual.
>
> If compressed air is used in cleaning,
REMEMBER that high pressure air can
be dangerous and should NEVER be
used against the body.. It can blind,
deafen, and may even penetrate the skin.
If used for cleaning equipment, the user
should wear safety glasses.
ALWAYS turn the control unit's power
off or the supply air to the AVIATOR off
prior to cleaning and servicing the equipment.
>
>
DO NOT operate a faulty gun!
> Using applicators as solvent spray
nozzles to clean other equipment or
products, even without high voltage
present, creates a fire or explosion hazard
if ground integrity is broken. NEVER use
an electrostatic applicator to spray solvent
for any reason except to flush the applicator and ONLY WHEN THE HIGH
VOLTAGE IS OFF! Always use the
minimum amount of solvent to flush the
applicator. Always flush into an approved,
grounded container and be sure that both
the applicator and operator are securely
grounded.
• Establish adequate cleaning and maintenance
schedules based on observation of the initial
production requirements.
>
There is an INJECTION HAZARD
with ALL hydraulically fed applicators.
They will cause serious injury if fluid
penetrates the skin. If injection should
ever occur, seek medical treatment immediately.
• Employ fire protection measures, including
proper storage of paints, solvents, and waste.
> Do not place any part of the body in
the path of the spray!
• The integrity of the system ground MUST be
inspected regularly and maintained. (See IL247 "Operating Your Electrostatic Coating
System Safely".)
>
• Periodically strip all workholders to maintain
proper grounding of parts.
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Do not point the gun at any person!
Always set the trigger stop lever to
prevent accidental triggering of the gun.
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SUIT
ABLE SOL
VENTS
SUITABLE
SOLVENTS
FOR CLEANING
M90 HANDGUNS
ROUTINE SCHEDULE
When cleaning the M90 handgun, a suitable solvent for cleaning depends on the part(s) of the
gun to be cleaned and the material that needs to
be removed. ITW Ransburg recommends that
all exterior cleaning be done with nonpolar solvents to prevent a conductive residue on critical
components. We also understand that some of
these solvents do not always meet the cleaning
needs of some materials. If conductive polar
solvents are used to clean the gun components, all residues must be removed using a
nonconductive nonpolar solvent (i.e. high flash
naphtha). If there are any questions as to what
solvents are best for cleaning, contact your local ITW Ransburg distributor and/or your paint
supplier.
Several T
imes Daily
Times
The M90 handgun, air hoses, fluid hoses, and
low voltage/high voltage cable assemblies
should not be submerged or soaked in solvent.
However, the outer surface of these items can
be wiped with a suitable solvent. When the gun
is disassembled into individual components,
some of these items may be soaked in a suitable cleaning solvent. The items that cannot be
soaked are noted throughout this manual. All oring and electrical components cannot be
cleaned or soaked in any solvents.
! WARNING
ENSURE the power is OFF and the
system is grounded before using solvent to
clean ANY equipment.
>
> When using cleaning solvent, standard
health and safety precautions should apply.
Follow these maintenance steps to extend the
life of the gun and ensure efficient operation.
• Turn the control unit power OFF!
• Set the trigger stop lever and inspect the air
cap for paint accumulation. Clean as frequently as necessary with a soft bristled
brush and a suitable solvent.
• Clean all insulating surfaces in the system.
Remove paint accumulation from the exterior
of the gun and low voltage or high voltage
cable with a solvent dampened cloth.
!
CAUTION
NEVER soak or submerge the electrical components of the gun, i.e., cascade
barrel assembly, hook/transformer assembly or cable assembly. Damage and failure
may occur.
>
Daily (or at start of each shift)
• Verify that ALL solvent safety containers are
grounded!
• Check within 20 feet of the point of operation
(of the gun) and remove or ground ALL loose
or ungrounded objects.
• Inspect workholders for accumulated coating
materials (and remove such accumulations).
• Check that atomizer assembly is clean and
undamaged.
• Check the gun electrode for damage.
> Cleaning of the exterior surfaces of the
handgun should be done with nonpolar
solvents. If cleaning requires the use of
polar solvents, the handgun should be wiped
down with nonpolar solvent prior to going
back into use.
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• Clean the fluid filter, if necessary.
• Turn the control unit power ON. Its green pilot
should light or Aviator will be audible.
• Run a voltage output test.
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Gun High V
oltage Output T
est
Voltage
Test
(Cascade / Classic)
Shutdown (or at end of shift)
1.
Turn the control unit power OFF. Turn
OFF supply air to AVIATOR generator.
NOTE
2.
Turn the paint supply OFF.
For Cascade Guns: Prior to performing
the voltage output test on the gun, test the
control unit using tester LTST5000-00.
3.
Turn the shaping air supply OFF.
4.
Wipe the gun, cable, and hoses with a
rag and a suitable cleaning solvent.
5.
Flush the fluid lines and gun. Then
bleed the fluid pressure to zero, and allow the solvent to remain in the lines
(see “Flushing Procedures” in the “Maintenance” section).
6.
Set the trigger stop lever.
Use high voltage probe assembly (76652-01).
>
1.
2.
Set the meter dial to the kV scale. Plug
the high voltage probe into the side of
the meter.
Attach the ground clamp to a proven
earth ground.
! WARNING
> Injury to personnel and damage to
equipment is probable if the ground clip is
ATTACHED. This step MUST be
NOT ATTACHED
accomplished before voltage is applied.
3.
Make sure all grounded objects are at
least 2 feet away.
4.
Line up the hole in the test probe and the
electrode. Slide the test probe straight
over the electrode wire of the gun.
5.
Holding the metal portion of the high
voltage probe in your hand, trigger the
gun so voltage exists at the electrode.
! WARNING
ground, the conductive handle of the probe
MUST be held in the bare hand of the
operator. To avoid a shock hazard, the
meter should NEVER be disconnected from
the probe during high voltage contact.
7.
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> If production downtime is to be short,
the fluid lines may not require flushing (depending on the coating material being
used). If the solids in the coating settle
slowly, the lines will not need to be flushed
as soon after shutdown as with fast settling solids. The paint being used and the
length of downtime will determine the need
for flushing. Metallic paint and primer will
require flushing sooner than other types of
coating material.
!
> To provide proper equipment to operator
6.
NOTE
Read the voltage displayed on the
meter.
Turn the voltage to the gun OFF, and
pull the test probe straight off the electrode.
CAUTION
> If the coating material is fast settling
and the fluid lines are not flushed soon
enough, the internal passages may become clogged. This can lead to excessive
downtime for repair.
Weekly
• Check the entire system for damage, leaks,
and paint accumulation.
• Clean the atomizer assembly.
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HANDGUN ASSEMBL
Y
ASSEMBLY
CLEANING PROCEDURE
Routine Cleaning
Equipment Needed
3.
Unscrew the nozzle nut completely from
the barrel.
4.
With the front of the barrel tilted downward, remove the air and fluid nozzles.
5.
Clean all parts in a suitable solvent and
examine for wear and damage. To clear
the fluid nozzle orifice, blow compressed
air through the tip in the opposite direction of flow. Soaking in solvent and/or
brushing may also be necessary to
clean the orifice. Replace as necessary.
6.
Clean all exterior surfaces of the gun
with a rag and a suitable solvent.
7.
Assemble the parts in reverse order of
disassembly.
• An appropriate solvent
• Solvent safety container (grounded)
• Small soft-bristled brush
For efficient electrostatic operation, keep the
gun’s exterior and low voltage / high voltage
cable free of paint accumulation. This prevents
the loss of voltage to ground with a resultant reduction in transfer efficiency.
!
CAUTION
> Before cleaning the nozzle assembly,
turn the control unit OFF and flush the
fluid line with a compatible solvent until
clean. Turn the paint and air supplies
OFF
OFF. Trigger the gun to relieve both fluid
and air pressures.
! WARNING
Ensure supply pressures have been
bled to zero prior to servicing the gun.
Failure to do so may cause personal injury.
>
> If the fluid nozzle is completely clogged,
triggering the gun will not release the
pressure. Cover the end of the gun with a
heavy rag and loosen the nozzle nut slowly
into a grounded catch container.
> Any broken or damaged components
should be replaced. Any damage to the
gun may result in UNSAFE operating
conditions.
1.
Turn OFF the control unit power. Turn
OFF supply air to the AVIATOR power
generator.
2.
Turn the paint and air supplies OFF.
Relieve both fluid and air pressures.
Set the trigger stop lever.
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!
CAUTION
> A wire brush or metal tools must
NEVER be used. NEVER use a cleaning
tool that is harder than the plastic parts. If
a deposit cannot be removed with solvent
and a rag or the soft brush, soak the part in
solvent ONLY until the deposit can be
removed! NEVER soak the gun body,
barrel, or hook transformer!
! WARNING
> NEVER wrap the applicator, associated valves and tubing, and supporting
hardware in plastic to keep it clean. A
surface charge may build up on the plastic
surface and discharge to the nearest
grounded object. Efficiency of the applicator will also be reduced and damage or
failure of the applicator components may
occur. WRAPPING THE APPLICATOR IN PLASTIC WILL VOID WARRANTY
RANTY.
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FLUSHING
PROCEDURES
GUN REP
AIR
REPAIR
The fluid system should be thoroughly cleaned
by flushing with a clean compatible solvent
whenever a color change is made, or when the
gun will not be used for an extended period.
1.
Turn OFF the control unit power. Turn
OFF supply air to the AVIATOR power
generator.
All repairs should be made on a clean, flat surface. If a vise is used to hold parts during service or repair, do NOT clamp onto plastic parts
and always pad the vise jaws!
Apply dielectric grease (LSCH0009-00) to the
following parts when assembling:
2.
Turn the paint supply OFF.
3.
Turn the shaping air supply OFF.
• All Rubber O-Rings (Teflon o-rings do not
need lubrication)
• Needle Shaft Assembly 73352-00
• Packing Tube 72378-01
• Transformer/Hook Assembly 71202-XX
• Air Valve Rod Assembly 79310-00
4.
Tilt the gun down and trigger until it is
clear of paint.
Apply sealant (7969-10) to the external threads
of the following parts when assembling:
5.
Set the trigger stop lever and remove
the nozzle nut, air nozzle, and fluid
nozzle.
• Air Valve Retaining Nut 78635-00
• Spring Cap 77015-00
6.
Connect the solvent supply.
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
7.
Release the trigger stop and run solvent
through the system until it runs clear.
8.
Disconnect the solvent supply.
9.
Trigger the gun until it is clear of solvent.
After the preceding steps are complete,
the gun is ready for color change, storage, or maintenance.
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Special Multi-Purpose Gun Wrench 19749-00
Nozzle Tool 72468-00
2.5mm Wrenches 74133-00 (2)
Nozzle Wrench 76428-00
Spanner Wrench 20254-01
3/32-inch Allen Wrench
Open End Wrenches: 15/16, 7/8, 11/16, 9/16,
7/16, 3/4, 3/8, and 1/4-inch
Screwdriver (blade)
Dielectric Grease LSCH0009-00
Medium Strength Sealant 7969-10
Plastic or Wood Dowel Rod, 5/16-inch diameter
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TO REMOVE THE GUN
FROM THE WORK SITE
!
BARREL ASSEMBL
Y
ASSEMBLY
NOTE
CAUTION
> If during testing it is found that the cascade section of the barrel is bad, repair of
the barrel is not an option. The only course
of action is to replace the barrel assembly.
ALWAYS remove the gun from the
work site for service or repair!
>
DO NOT use any silicone lubricants in
order to avoid paint defects.
>
1.
Flush the gun. (Refer to "Flushing Procedures".)
2.
With a wrench, loosen and unscrew the
fluid hose nut. Remove the fluid hose
assembly.
3.
With a wrench, lock the air fitting in place
and loosen the air hose nut using a second wrench. Completely unscrew the
nut and remove the air hose assembly.
Removal
1.
Use the spanner wrench to loosen the
air cap retaining nut and then unscrew it
completely by hand.
2.
Remove the air cap and fluid nozzle by
hand. The fluid nozzle may require removal from the air cap using the nozzle
tool. Screw the nozzle tool into the back
of the fluid nozzle and pull it straight out.
3.
Using a flat head screwdriver, remove
the two shoulder screws that retain the
trigger to the handle.
4.
While holding the ground spring (located
under the trigger and over the air valve
stem) back toward the handle, remove
the trigger from the handle. Remove the
grounding spring from the air valve
stem.
5.
Using a 3/4-inch open end wrench, unscrew the fluid tube connector from the
barrel and slide it down the fluid tube.
6.
Use the special multi-purpose wrench to
loosen the retaining nut that secures the
barrel to the gun handle. After unscrewing the retaining nut, slide it forward.
7.
Hold the gun handle and fluid tube so
the barrel points downward. With the
other hand, pull the barrel forward to
separate it from the handle. Once the
barrel has cleared the handle, remove
the spring from the spring retainer and
set it aside. If the fluid tube will not
come loose from the barrel, rotate the
barrel back and forth on the axis of the
fluid tube until it comes loose.
NOTE
> If the low voltage cable is to be replaced, see "Low Voltage Cable Replacement".
4.
Cascade Handgun: Loosen the low
voltage cable nut from the plug assembly with a wrench and unscrew the nut
by hand. Remove the low voltage cable
by pulling it from the plug assembly.
Classic Handgun: Loosen the setscrew in the hose bracket that retains
the swivel fluid fitting, but do not remove.
With a wrench, loosen the air fitting.
Then simultaneously, while unscrewing
the air fitting by hand, pull the hose
bracket and high voltage cable from the
handle.
5.
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8.
If the Teflon seal does not pull out with
the fluid tube, care must be taken when
removing this part not to damage the
sealing surfaces within the barrel’s fluid
inlet chamber.
9.
There is no need to remove the retaining
ring or nut from the barrel unless they
are damaged. If they are to be replaced,
lift one end of the retaining ring over the
captive ridge and spiral it off the end of
the barrel. Then the retaining nut can be
removed.
!
6.
Remove the valve seat body and Teflon
seal from the front of the barrel using the
nozzle wrench. If the seal does not pull
out with the valve seat body, care must
be taken when removing this part not to
damage the sealing surfaces within the
barrel chamber.
Cleaning and Inspection
1.
Clean the packing chamber of the barrel
with a suitable solvent and a soft bristle
bottle brush. Do not submerge or soak
the barrel in solvent. If the chamber has
dry paint in it and cannot be cleaned out,
the barrel MUST BE REPLACED.
CAUTION
> Use care in removing the retaining ring.
If it is spread too much it could break.
! WARNING
> Soaking or submerging the barrel could
Disassembly
1.
Remove the trigger adjustment nut and
spring retainer from the needle shaft using two 3/8-inch open end wrenches.
2.
Position the barrel so the front is facing
down. Using the small spanner tool on
the special multi-purpose wrench, unscrew the packing nut from the rear of
the barrel by turning it counterclockwise.
3.
Holding the barrel in one hand and with
a firm pull, remove the needle shaft assembly from the packing chamber of the
barrel. The trigger adjustment nut can
be reinstalled for additional grip.
4.
Remove the packing nut, rear seal retainer, seal container subassembly, and
packing tube from the rear of the needle
shaft. The spring-loaded u-cup and oring can now be removed from the seal
container.
5.
Loosen the ball valve needle using two
2.5mm wrenches to unlock the jam nut.
Then unscrew both parts off the front of
the needle shaft. The seal spreader, ucup seal and seal pusher can now be
removed.
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allow solvents into the high voltage section
of the barrel, leading to gun failure and/or
possible dangerous conditions that could
result in property damage and personnel
injury.
2.
Examine the plastic section of the
needle shaft and the packing tube for
signs of carbon tracking. Also inspect
the air passages and packing chamber
of the barrel for signs of scratches, additional carbon tracking, or dried paint.
Shine a small flashlight into the front of
the barrel to highlight any damage in
these areas.
!
CAUTION
Barrels with dry paint, scratches, or high
voltage tracking marks in the air and/or
packing chamber passages MUST BE
REPLACED. Neglecting to replace the
barrel may lead to reduced gun efficiencies
and premature component failure.
>
3.
Inspect the sealing area on the front
needle shaft section for wear. If any
signs of roughness or unevenness are
found, the needle shaft must be replaced.
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NOTE
NOTE
> Check all parts for damage or wear.
> Be generous with the dielectric grease
when applying it to the packing tube and
needle shaft. This helps to remove air
voids from this chamber. DO NOT apply
so much grease that it creates an air lock
during assembly of the gun.
Replace those that are damaged or worn
with new parts.
> Inspect the sealing areas for wear at
the front and rear of the needle shaft. If
rough or uneven, replace it.
8.
Apply a light film of dielectric grease to a
new o-ring and install it into the external
groove of the rear seal container.
Reassembly
1.
Install a new Teflon seal and the valve
seat body into the chamber at the front
of the barrel. Use the nozzle wrench to
tighten.
9.
Insert a new spring-loaded u-cup into
the seal container (with the concave
side facing outward). Use the rear seal
retainer to fully seat the u-cup.
2.
Place the seal pusher onto the front
needle shaft section with the flat side
forward.
10.
Place the rear seal container subassembly (with the u-cup seal rearward) onto
the back of the needle shaft and slide it
onto its sealing area.
3.
Push a new u-cup seal onto the front
needle shaft section with the cup portion
forward.
11.
Install the rear seal retainer onto the rear
needle shaft section.
4.
Place the seal spreader onto the front
needle shaft section with the flattest side
forward.
12.
Place the packing nut with the slots
rearward onto the rear needle shaft section.
5.
Screw the jam nut onto the threads of
the front needle shaft section until it
reaches the bottom of the threads.
Then screw the ball valve needle on by
hand until it bottoms on the threads of
the needle shaft. Using two 2.5mm
wrenches, tighten the jam nut against
the ball valve needle.
13.
Screw the trigger adjustment nut onto
the rear needle shaft section with the
hexagon rearward and the spring retainer with the hexagon forward. Do not
lock the hexagon nuts in place.
14.
Install the needle shaft subassembly
into the packing chamber from the rear
of the barrel with the ball valve needle
forward.
15.
Push the needle shaft subassembly forward until the packing nut will engage
it’s mating thread in the barrel and screw
it into place by hand approximately 3
turns.
16.
Tighten the packing nut using the special multi-purpose wrench until there is a
firm resistance felt while moving the
needle shaft in and out. Then tighten it
an additional 1/16 to 1/8 turn.
6.
7.
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Fill the inner diameter of the packing
tube with dielectric grease. Insert the
needle shaft, rear section first, into the
packing tube. Rotate the needle shaft
while moving it back and forth inside the
packing tube until fully inserted.
With your finger, wipe the excess
grease from both ends of the packing
tube. Using the excess grease, apply a
thin film to the outer surface of the packing tube.
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17.
Push the needle shaft forward until the
ball valve needle seats into the valve
body.
2.
Place the retaining nut over the rear of
the barrel and slide it forward as far as
possible.
18.
Adjust the trigger adjustment nut as far
forward as possible.
3.
19.
Adjust the needle shaft spring retainer
until the rear of the hexagon is 11/16inch from the rear surface of the barrel
packing chamber (refer to Figure 1).
The dimension shown is for both Cascade and Classic style handguns.
Spread the retaining ring and place it
onto the barrel. Starting at one end, lift
the retaining ring over the captive ridge
and spiral into place.
4.
Insert the new Teflon seal into the fluid
inlet chamber in the barrel or insert the
new Teflon seal onto the tip of the fluid
tube assembly.
5.
Place the large hole of the gasket over
the needle shaft and onto boss of the
barrel packing chamber.
6.
Cascade Handgun: While holding the
barrel with the air nozzle pointing downward, install the needle shaft spring into
the spring retainer. Align the electrical
connectors of the barrel with the mating
holes in the hook/transformer assembly
and the needle shaft spring with the
spring recess in the handle. While sliding the barrel into the handle cavity,
align the fluid tube subassembly with the
fluid inlet camber in the barrel and seat
the barrel against the gasket. Ensure
the needle shaft spring did seat into the
handle recess and the fluid tube into the
fluid inlet chamber.
20.
Hold the spring retainer in place and
screw the front trigger adjustment nut
rearward until contact is made. Use two
3/8-inch open end wrenches to tighten
and lock the adjustment nuts in place on
the needle shaft.
Figure 1: Trigger Nut Adjustment for
Cascade/Classic Guns
Attaching Barrel to Handle
1.
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If the barrel retaining nut has been removed, it will have to be reinstalled before the barrel can be attached to the
handle.
Classic Handgun: While holding the
barrel with the air nozzle pointing downward, install the needle shaft spring into
the spring retainer. Align the large bore
of the barrel with the resistor housing
and the needle shaft spring with the
spring recess in the handle. Ensure that
the conductive sponge has been installed into the barrel cavity. While sliding the barrel into the handle cavity,
align the fluid tube subassembly with the
fluid inlet camber in the barrel and seat
the barrel against the gasket. Ensure
the needle shaft spring did seat into the
handle recess and the fluid tube into the
fluid inlet chamber.
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!
FAN AIR V
AL
VE
VAL
ALVE
CAUTION
Be sure the conductive sponges are in
place inside the barrel chamber. Without
these parts, proper output voltage may not
be attained. (Classic Only)
>
7.
While holding the barrel in place, screw
the retaining nut onto the handle by hand
and then tighten using the special multipurpose wrench. Then screw the retaining nut of the fluid tube subassembly
into the barrel fluid inlet chamber and
tighten using a 3/4-inch open end
wrench.
Removal
1.
Turn control knob to the open position
(screwed fully out, counterclockwise).
2.
With a 9/16-inch open end wrench, unscrew the retaining nut and remove the
entire valve assembly.
Disassembly
1.
Turn the control knob clockwise to the
closed position or until it bottoms on the
retaining nut.
2.
Secure the control knob in a vise (do not
over tighten, it could break) with the
needle pointing upward.
3.
With a 1/4-inch wrench on the wrench
flats of the needle, unscrew the needle
and remove it from the control knob
stem.
NOTE
> Torque the barrel retaining nut to 8 to
10 lb•ft or after hand tightening, torque an
additional 1/16 to 1/8 turn using the special multi-purpose wrench.
8.
Check the spacing between the back of
the spring retainer and the handle. It
should be about 1/8-inch. If not, check
for one of the following:
•
•
•
•
9.
10.
11.
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!
Gasket has been left out
Loose retaining nut
Loose valve seat body
Improper setting of the trigger adjustment nut and spring retainer
Place the grounding spring over the air
valve stem.
Pull the grounding spring back and slide
the trigger into position.
Secure the trigger with the two shoulder
screws.
CAUTION
> With the control knob turned fully into
the retaining nut the tension on the spring is
relieved. If it is not, the needle could be
projected from the control knob stem and
cause personal injury.
4.
Remove the spring from the control
knob stem.
5.
Unscrew the control knob and pull it out
of the retaining nut.
6.
With a small rod (1/4-inch diameter),
push the two washers and Teflon o-ring
out of the retaining nut.
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2.
Screw the retaining nut into the handle
by hand. Using a 9/16-inch open end
wrench, secure the retaining nut into the
handle.
Screw the control knob to its closed position.
1.
Discard both o-rings. They should be
replaced with new ones.
2.
Clean the parts in a suitable solvent.
3.
3.
Check all components for damage and
also check the needle for wear. Replace any damaged or worn parts.
AIR V
AL
VE
VAL
ALVE
Reassembly
Removal
1.
1.
Remove the trigger and ground spring
from the handle (refer to “Trigger” in the
“Maintenance” section).
2.
With a standard blade screwdriver, remove the air valve cap from the back of
the handle.
3.
Remove the compression spring from
the back of the air valve rod assembly.
4.
From the front of the handle, push the air
valve rod assembly rearward until it can
be removed by hand from the back of
the handle. Do not use any tools to grip
the air valve for it can damage its sealing surface.
2.
Apply a light coating of dielectric grease
to a new o-ring and slide it over the
threads of the retaining nut until it sets
into the thread relief.
Apply a light coating of dielectric grease
to the control knob threads and screw it
into the retaining nut to the closed position or until it bottoms.
3.
Place the first washer, a new Teflon oring, and then a second washer onto the
control knob stem. Slide the components into the retaining nut bore.
4.
Place the spring over the control knob
stem and into the retaining nut bore.
5.
Secure the control knob in a vise with
the control knob stem pointing upwards.
Apply a small amount of medium
strength thread locker to the threads of
the control knob stem.
6.
Screw the needle onto the control knob
stem and with a 1/4-inch wrench, tighten
the needle.
Reinstall
1.
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NOTE
> A rod (1/8-inch diameter or smaller)
can be used to push the assembly out the
back of the handle until it can be gripped
with the fingers.
5.
With a 3/8-inch wrench, completely remove the retaining nut with the internal
u-cup seal.
Cleaning and Inspection
Turn the control knob to the open position (screwed fully out, counterclockwise).
1.
Remove the o-ring from the air valve
cap.
2.
Clean all components with a suitable
solvent.
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3.
Inspect the air valve rod assembly for
wear and/or damage. If any wear is
found on the air valve rod assembly, it
and the u-cup seal must be replaced.
TRIGGER
Removal
CAUTION
NOTE
> The seal internal to the air valve retain-
> The gun trigger can be replaced either
with the gun online or removed from service. If the following procedure is to be
done online, make sure that all fluid and
air sources are shut off to the gun and the
pressure in the lines is relieved. Most of
all, make sure that the power supply is
turned off!
!
ing nut cannot be reused once it has been
removed from its holder.
4.
Inspect all other parts for damage. Replace any damaged components.
5.
Inspect the brass seat in the handle for
damage or wear. If damaged or worn,
the handle must be replaced.
Reinstall
1.
Install the new spring loaded u-cup seal,
spring side (cup portion) outward, into
the air valve retaining nut. Apply a coating of Teflon thread sealant to the
threads of the retaining nut and screw it
fully into the handle. Use 3/8-inch open
end wrench to tighten.
2.
Apply a thin film of lubricant around the
shaft, just behind the brass tip of the air
valve rod assembly.
3.
Install the air valve, rod end first, into the
air valve chamber from the back on the
left hand side of the handle and push it
through the retaining nut.
Remove the two shoulder screws that
attach the trigger to the gun.
2.
Hold the ground spring in position and
remove the trigger from the gun assembly.
3.
Remove the ground spring from the rod
portion of the air valve and set it aside
for safe keeping.
Cleaning and Inspection
1.
Clean the trigger with a suitable solvent
and dry.
2.
Inspect the trigger for damage or wear
and replace if necessary.
Reinstall
1.
Install the ground spring onto the rod
portion of the air valve and hold it in
place.
Apply a thin film of lubricant on the o-ring
and install it into the thread relief of the
air valve cap.
2.
Slide the trigger onto the handle and
align the holes with the threaded holes in
the handle.
Install the assembled air valve cap containing the o-ring seal into the handle using a standard blade screwdriver.
3.
Insert the shoulder screws through the
holes of the trigger and screw them into
the handle by hand.
4.
Secure the shoulder screws to the
handle using a flat blade screwdriver.
4.
Install the compression spring onto the
back of the air valve.
5.
6.
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NEEDLE SHAFT RETURN
SPRING REPLACEMENT
Removal
1.
2.
3.
Remove the trigger and ground spring
from the gun (refer to “Trigger” in the
“Maintenance” section).
Loosen the barrel retaining nut and slide
it forward on the barrel.
LOW VOL
TAGE CABLE
VOLT
PLUG ASSEMBL
Y
ASSEMBLY
REPLACEMENT
Removal
1.
Remove the gun from service (refer to
“To Remove the Gun from the Work
Site” in the "Maintenance" section).
2.
Use a 3/32-inch hexagon Allen wrench
to loosen (DO NOT remove) the set
screw that retains the low voltage cable
plug assembly to the handle. The set
screw is located toward the bottom of
the handle on the front side.
3.
Hold the bottom of the plug assembly
and pull it straight out of the handle.
Pull the barrel forward until there is
enough clearance between the needle
shaft spring retainer and the handle to
remove the spring.
Cleaning and Inspection
1.
Clean all the components in a suitable
solvent and dry.
2.
Check all components for wear, fatigue,
or damage and replace as required.
!
Trying to twist or unscrew the low
voltage cable plug assembly from the
handle will damage the low voltage plug and
the hook/transformer. If this occurs, both
components have to be replaced.
>
Reinstall
1.
Install a new spring into the needle shaft
spring retainer.
2.
Slide the barrel back into the handle
cavity until it seats against the barrel
gasket.
3.
Check the spring to ensure it has
seated into the handle recess and
tighten the barrel retaining nut.
4.
Reinstall the trigger and ground spring
(refer to “Trigger” in the “Maintenance”
section).
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CAUTION
Cleaning and Inspection
1.
The low voltage cable plug assembly
should not be cleaned or soaked in any
solvents. If the assembly is contaminated, it must be replaced.
2.
Examine the low voltage cable plug assembly for damage to the housing, broken wires, and/or broken solder joints.
If any are found, the assembly must be
replaced.
3.
Examine the (5) o-rings of the low voltage cable plug assembly and replace
any that are damaged.
4.
If the old low voltage cable plug assembly is to be reinstalled into the gun, it
should be tested first. (Refer to “Low
Voltage Control Unit Test Assembly”
manual, TE-96-01).
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Reinstall
Cleaning and Inspection
1.
1.
Apply a light coating of dielectric grease
to the (3) o-rings and insert the low voltage cable plug assembly into the handle.
(DO NOT push the assembly fully into
the handle).
2.
Rotate the plug assembly until the slot in
the aluminum housing is aligned with the
set screw in the handle.
3.
Push the low voltage cable plug assembly into the handle until it seats into the
hook/transformer assembly.
4.
Tighten the set screw until it seats into
the alignment slot of the low voltage
cable plug assembly.
LOW VOL
TAGE CABLE
VOLT
REPLACEMENT
If prior testing has shown that the low
voltage cable assembly is bad, the
cable assembly must be replaced.
NOTE
> The low voltage cable assembly is not
repairable due to its construction. The
cable assembly must be replaced.
2.
If the low voltage cable assembly has
not been tested, it should be tested.
(Refer to “Low Voltage Control Unit Test
Assembly” manual, TE-96-01).
3.
The low voltage cable assembly can be
wiped with a suitable solvent. DO NOT
soak or submerge the cable assembly
in solvent.
4.
Check the full length of cable for wear or
breaks in the cable sheath. If any are
found, the cable assembly should be replaced.
Removal
! WARNING
Reinstall
> Prior to working and/or performing
maintenance on any part of the assembly,
make sure that the control unit, AVIATOR,
or MGS system are turned off (locked and/
or tagged out). Also make sure that all
residual voltage is drained from the system
by grounding the electrode.
1.
Using a wrench, unscrew the low voltage cable assembly from the low voltage cable plug assembly in the handle.
2.
Remove the low voltage cable assembly
from the plug assembly by pulling
straight out.
3.
Unscrew the low voltage cable assembly from the control unit.
4.
Remove the low voltage cable assembly
from the fluid and air hose bundle.
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1.
Connect the low voltage cable assembly
to the low voltage cable plug assembly
of the handle.
!
CAUTION
DO NOT over tighten the low voltage
cable connection to the handgun as damage
to the plastic parts may occur.
>
2.
Route the low voltage cable assembly
back to the low voltage control unit and
attach the cable assembly into the air
and fluid hose bundle.
3.
Connect the low voltage cable assembly
to the low voltage control unit.
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RESISTOR HOUSING
ASSEMBL
Y REPLACEMENT
ASSEMBLY
1.
HIGH VOL
TAGE CABLE
VOLT
REPLACEMENT
Lubricate two new o-rings with dielectric
grease and install them onto resistor
housing.
!
! WARNING
> Prior to any service to the HV cable,
ALWAYS turn the power supply OFF
prior to cleaning or working on it.
CAUTION
Be sure that the conductive sponges
are in place inside the barrel chamber and
inside resistor housing. Without these
sponges, proper output voltage may not be
obtained.
>
2.
Lubricate the new resistor housing assembly with dielectric grease and insert
into the handle from the top.
3.
Reinstall the hook.
4.
Remove both old conductive sponges
from barrel chamber. Use a long wire
with one end bent into a hook.
5.
Install two new conductive sponges into
the barrel chamber.
6.
Install the barrel (see "Barrel Assembly"
in the "Maintenance" section).
7.
Install HV cable (see "High Voltage
Cable Assembly" in the "Maintenance"
section).
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NOTE
> It may be desirable to remove the high
voltage cable assembly for some service
situations depending upon the extent of service being performed.
1.
Follow procedures in "To Remove the
Gun from the Work Site" in the "Maintenance" section.
2.
Disengage the fluid inlet and separate at
the swivel fitting.
3.
Loosen (but do not remove) two set
screws with a 3/32-inch Allen wrench.
One will be located in the bracket and
the other at the lower front end of the
handle.
4.
Remove the air fitting from handle.
5.
Pull the cable with hose bracket
STRAIGHT OUT of the chamber as
you perform step 4 above.
6.
With a thin blade, lift the one end of the
snap ring out of its groove and spiral it
off the end of the cable.
7.
Remove the cable from the air and fluid
hose bracket.
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HIGH VOL
TAGE CABLE
VOLT
ASSEMBL
Y
ASSEMBLY
1.
Remove the ring from the cable end as
in previous step 7.
2.
Place the cable end into the center hole
in the air and fluid bracket.
3.
Place the ring over the end of the cable
and with a blade, lift one end of it into its
groove and spiral it into place.
4.
Insert the air fitting through the bracket
and slide a new o-ring down over the top
of the air fitting.
!
FIL
TER, TUBE, AND LINE
FILTER,
INST
ALLA
TION AND
INSTALLA
ALLATION
REPLACEMENT
-REFER TO FIGURES 5 & 8
Filter Removal
1.
Remove fluid filter retaining nut from
swivel fitting.
2.
Loosen the set screw in the hose
bracket and remove the swivel fitting.
3.
Remove the fluid filter, clean and/or replace as necessary.
CAUTION
> Prior to installing the bracket subassem-
Filter Installation
bly to the handle, make sure the conductive
sponge is in the resistor housing chamber.
1.
Insert the fluid filter into the swivel fitting,
filter end first.
CAUTION
2.
> Clean the HV cable tip with a nonconductive solvent and a dry, lint-free cloth
before inserting it into the resistor housing.
Insert the swivel fitting into the hose
bracket.
3.
Screw the filter retaining nut onto the
swivel fitting and tighten using a 3/4-inch
open end wrench.
4.
Tighten the set screw using a 3/32-inch
Allen wrench.
!
> Inspect the high voltage cable tip for
any contamination, carbon tracking, or burn
marks. DO NOT use a cable that shows
any of these defects.
Fluid T
ube Assembly
Tube
NOTE
> Pack enough dielectric grease into the
resistor housing chamber to encapsulate
the HV cable tip.
5.
Start the high voltage cable into the resistor housing chamber but do not secure it.
6.
Screw the air fitting into the air inlet
chamber of the handle with an 11/16inch wrench.
7.
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1.
Install a new Teflon seal on the tip of the
fluid tube subassembly and insert that
end into the fluid inlet chamber of the
barrel. Then screw the fluid tube retaining nut into the barrel and tighten using a
3/4-inch open end wrench.
2.
Insert the fluid filter into the swivel fitting,
filter end first.
3.
Insert the swivel fitting into the hose
bracket.
Secure the two set screws with a 3/32inch Allen wrench.
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4.
Screw the filter retaining nut onto the
swivel fitting and tighten using a 3/4-inch
open end wrench.
3.
Connect and secure the low or high voltage cable assembly to the handle of the
gun.
5.
Tighten the set screw using a 3/32-inch
Allen wrench.
4.
Turn the power, air, and fluid ON at the
source and return the gun to service.
Fluid Line Removal
1.
Disconnect the whip hose from the
swivel fitting.
2.
Disconnect the fluid hose from the paint
supply.
Fluid Line Installation
1.
Connect the fluid hose to the paint supply.
2.
Connect the whip hose to the swivel fitting.
Air Line Removal
1.
Disconnect the air hose assembly from
the air fitting using appropriate
wrenches.
2.
Disconnect the air hose assembly from
the factory air line regulator.
Air Line Installation
1.
Connect the air hose assembly to the
factory air line regulator.
2.
Connect the air hose assembly to the air
fitting using appropriate wrenches.
To Return the Gun to the
Work Site
1.
Attach the air hose assembly to gun air
inlet fitting.
2.
Attach the whip hose to the swivel fitting.
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Nozzle Identification Operating Parameters
M90 Fluid Nozzle
Part #
Nozzle
Orifice
Size in
Inches
Pattern
Width at
10 in.
77080-0509
0.009
5 in.
77080-0511
0.011
5 in.
77080-0513
0.013
5 in.
77080-0811
0.011
8 in.
77080-0813
0.013
8 in.
77080-0815
0.015
8 in.
77080-0818
0.018
8 in.
77080-1009
0.009
10 in.
77080-1011
0.011
10 in.
77080-1013
0.013
10 in.
77080-1015
0.015
10 in.
77080-1018
0.018
10 in.
77080-1021
0.021
10 in.
77080-1311
0.011
13 in.
77080-1313
0.013
13 in.
77080-1315
0.015
13 in.
77080-1318
0.018
13 in.
77080-1321
0.021
13 in.
77080-1326
0.026
13 in.
77080-1511
0.011
15 in.
77080-1513
0.013
15 in.
77080-1515
0.015
15 in.
77080-1518
0.018
15 in.
77080-1521
0.021
15 in.
77080-1715
0.015
17 in.
77080-1718
0.018
17 in.
77080-1721
0.021
17 in.
77080-1726
0.026
17 in.
77080-1731
0.031
17 in.
77080-1921
0.021
19 in.
77080-1926
0.026
19 in.
77080-1931
0.031
19 in.
The M90 gun incorporates a new feature, that
being a locating air cap. Refer to Figure 3 for a
view showing the locating pin and receiver
holes. This feature gives the capability to spray
with a fan pattern in either horizontal or vertical
positions.
Figure 3: Air Cap Alignment
The first two digits of the nozzle dash number
indicate the spray pattern width in inches at a
distance of 10 inches from the target. The
second two digits indicate the orifice size in
thousandths of inches.
For example: 77080-1015 has a 10 inch spray
pattern width and an orifice size of 0.015.
Figure 2: Nozzle Selection Guide
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
General Problem Possible Cause
Solution
Poor Atomization & 1. Partially clogged nozzle
Distribution
2. Low fluid pressure
1. Clean out.
Poor Wraparound
2. Increase pump air pressure.
3. Viscosity too high
3. Try nozzle with narrower fan or smaller orifice.
4. Improper nozzle
4. Try nozzle with narrower fan or smaller orifice.
5. Badly worn nozzle
5. Replace.
6. High voltage electrode bent
6. Straighten electrode or replace nozzle
assembly.
7. Low shaping air pressure
7. Readjust shaping air pressure.
1. Poor atomization
1. See above.
2. Excessive exhaust velocity 2. Reduce (with code limits).
3. Excessive fluid pressure
3. Reduce air pressure to pump.
4. Gun held too close to target 4. Hold gun further back.
Paint Wraps Back
on Operator
No Paint Delivery
5. Paint too conductive
5. Consult ITW Ransburg technical assistance.
6. Poor target ground
6. Check ground integrity from target through
support to ground.
1. Poor ground on parts
1. Check that parts are fully grounded, strip
workholders.
2. Gun held too far from parts
2. Hold gun closer.
3. Booth exhaust insufficient
or improperly routed
3. Increase, or adjust direction, change booth
filter.
4. Improper spray technique
4. Keep gun directed at work.
1. Clogged nozzle
1. Blow out nozzle.
2. Clogged hose or filters
2. Clean.
3. No pressure at paint pump
3. If pump air supply OK, consult pump manual.
Figure 4: Troubleshooting Guide
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General Problem Possible Cause
Solution
Excessive Surging
1. Restriction in pump air line
1. Remove restriction.
2. Insufficient pump capacity
2. Secure larger pump or reduce output.
3. Clogged paint filter
3. Service or replace.
4. Low air volume capacity
4. Check factory air capacity.
5. Nozzle too large
5. Replace with correct nozzle.
1. Paint allowed to dry in
nozzle or line
1. Flush lines with solvent after each use.
2. Paint gun filter too coarse
or damaged
2. Replace or change to finer screen paint filter.
3. Paint pigments too coarse
3. Pre-filter paint and/or use larger nozzle orifice.
1. Loose nozzle cap
1. Tighten nut.
2. Improper trigger adjustment
2. Readjust.
3. Defective or dirty valve
seat
3. Flush out or replace as needed.
Persistent Nozzle
Clogging
Paint Leaks
Through Center of
Nozzle
(Failure to Shut Off)
Paint Leaks Around 1. Loose nozzle cap
the Nozzle Cap
2. Fluid seal worn
1. Tighten nut.
Paint Leaks at Rear
of Barrel
1. Loose packing nut
1. Tighten packing nut.
Orange Peel or
Rough Finish
1. Evaporation rate too fast
1. Use slower evaporating solvent.
2. Poor atomization
2. See "Poor Atomization".
3. Viscosity too high
3. Add solvent or heat.
1. Low solids paint
1. Use less solvent.
2. Low viscosity
2. Use less solvent.
3. Excessive delivery
3. Use smaller nozzle, wider fan angle, lower
pump pressure.
Paint Runs or Has
Poor Hiding
Qualities
2. Replace seal.
Figure 4: Troubleshooting Guide (Continued)
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PAR
TS IDENTIFICA
TION
ARTS
IDENTIFICATION
Figure 5: M90 Cascade Handgun (77073)
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M90 CASCADE HANDGUN (77073) - P
AR
TS LIST (Figure 5)
PAR
ARTS
Item #
1
2
2A
3*
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
50A
51
52
Part #
Description
77095-00
78140-00
LSOR0005-11
77080-xxxx
----------------------------------75442-00
72375-03
73350-00
73344-00
73345-00
73346-00
73352-00
72378-01
73347-00
74330-00
73348-00
73354-00
78822-00
77082-00
75324-00
75327-00
72360-00
78641-00
77093-00
20099-03
75389-00
72399-01
71202-01
71202-00
18871-00
6144-00
78788-00
18829-00
18833-00
13076-08
77019-00
77018-00
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------77015-00
72474-01
78635-00
10051-05
79310-00
17130-00
79317-00
19603-16F
72375-02
77096-01
76105-00
73753-00
19603-06F
73351-00
7554-11
Nut, Nozzle
Nozzle, Air
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
Nozzle, Fluid
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Valve Seat Body Assembly
Seal
Needle, Valve, Ball
Spreader, Seal
Seal, U-Cup, Front
Pusher, Seal
Needle/Shaft Assembly
Tube, Packing
Container, Rear Seal
U-Cup Seal
Retainer, Rear Seal
Nut, Packing
Nut, Trigger Adjusting
Barrel Assembly w/ HV Cascade
Nut, Barrel Retainer (For Composite Handle)
Retaining Ring, Barrel
Gasket
Handle (Composite)
Lever, Blade
Spring, Wave
Screw
Pin, Cylinder
Hook/Transformer Assembly w/ ON/OFF Switch
Hook/Transformer Assembly w/o ON/OFF Switch
Trigger Assembly (Two Finger)
Screw, Shoulder (2 Required)
Needle, Valve
Spring, Compression
Washer, Retaining (2 Required)
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
Housing
Screw, Adjusting
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Cap (2 Required)
Spring, Compression
Nut, Retaining (Rod Seal)
Seal, Spring Loaded U-Cup
Rod Assembly, Air Valve, Dual Stage
Spring, Compression
Cap, Air Valve
Set Screw, Handle
Seal (Teflon), Fluid Tube
Tube, Fluid
Swivel, High Pressure
Bracket, Line and Cable Assembly
Screw Set
Nut, Jam
O-Ring, Solvent Resistant (2 Required)
See "Parts List Bullet Definition Table" on page 36.
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AR
TS LIST (Figure 5)
PAR
ARTS
Item #
53
54**
55**
56**
59
59A
59B
59C
60
61
62
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
Part #
Description
74189-00
78084-xx
78085-xx
7994-xx
74187-xx
76875-11
76875-12
7554-08
7554-10
7554-12
72209-05
7720-01
7720-02
76104-00
71880-06
72468-00
19749-00
----------------------------------74133-00
76428-00
20254-01
78823-00
78824-00
Fitting, Air Line
Low Voltage Cable Assembly (For Standard 9040/MGS)
Low Voltage Cable Assembly (For Aviator)
Fluid Line Assembly
Lightweight Air Line (Standard)
Low Voltage Cable Plug Assembly (For Standard 9040/MGS)
Low Voltage Cable Plug Assembly (For Aviator)
O-Ring, Solvent Resistant (3 Required)
O-Ring, Solvent Resistant
O-Ring, Solvent Resistant
O-Ring, Solvent Resistant (2 Required)
Filter, Fluid (.005 Spacing) (Standard)
Filter, Fluid (.009 Spacing)
Hose, Whip, High Pressure
Nipple, Double Male
Nozzle Tool (Not Shown)
Multi-Purpose Wrench (Not Shown)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Ball Seat Wrenches (Not Shown)
Nozzle Wrench (Not Shown)
Spanner Wrench (Not Shown)
Nut, Spring Retainer, Trigger Adjustment
Spring, Compression
See "Parts List Bullet Definition Table" on page 36.
ARTS
TABLE
PAR
TS LIST BULLET DEFINITION T
ABLE (Figure 5)
36
*
Dash number (-XXXX) indicates fluid nozzle configuration.
See Figure 2 "Nozzle Selection Chart" in the "Service" section for nozzle specifications and order
number identification.
**
Dash number (-XX) reads in feet (i.e., -36 = 36 feet). These items are available in standard lengths of
36, 50, 75, and 100 feet. When ordering Low Voltage Cable, use footage for -XX.
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SPARE
PAR
ARTS
RECOMMENDED SP
ARE P
AR
TS - M90 CASCADE HANDGUN (77073)
Part Number
Description
No. of Guns
Notes
1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8
Rebuild Kit
Valve Screw
Needle, Valve, Ball
Jam Nut
Wrench
Barrel Nut
78930-03
75442-00
73350-00
73351-00
19749-00
75324-00
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
2
3
3
3
3
4
3
Barrel Ring
75327-00
1
2
2
3
Trigger Screw
Hook Transformer
6144-00
71202-xx
2
1
2
2
4
2
4
3
Air Nozzle
Fluid Nozzle
78140-00
77080-xxxx
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
Fluid Tube
Low Voltage Cable
1
1
2
1
2
2
3
2
1
1
2
2
Fluid Line
77096-01
78084-xx
(MGS/9040)
78085-xx
(Aviator)
7994-xx
1
2
3
4
Fluid Filter
7720-xx
1
2
3
4
Disposable Gun Cover
GC-100-K5
1
2
3
4
Fits handle with 1-7/8" diameter
threads
Fits handle with 1-7/8" diameter
threads
xx must be replaced with -01 for
tranformer w/switch, -00 for
transformer without switch
Specify nozzle configuration as per
nozzle selection chart.
xx must be replaced with desired
length of 36, 50, 75, or 100 feet.
xx must be replaced with desired
length of 36, 50, 75, or 100 feet.
xx must be replaced with -01 for
.005 spacing or -02 for .009 spacing.
Figure 6: Recommended Spare Parts - M90 Cascade Handgun (77073)
PAR
ARTS
MISC. P
AR
TS - M90 CASCADE HANDGUN (77073)
Item #
Part #
Description
Accessories:
7969-10
7969-11
LSCH0009-00
GC-100-K5
77696-00
High Pressure
Disconnects:
74147-00
20404-00
Sealant, Pipe Dope (Loctite)
Sealant, Low Strength (Loctite)
Dielectric Grease, 1 oz.
Disposable Gun Covers
Kit for 76875-xx Solvent Proof O-Ring
Includes: (1) 79001-09 O-Ring, (1) 79001-07 O-Ring, (3) 79001-06
O-Rings, and (1) 77697-00 Instruction Sheet)
1/4 NPSM(F)
1/4 NPSM(M)
Figure 7: Misc. Parts - M90 Cascade Handgun (77073)
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Figure 8: M90 Classic Handgun (77132)
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M90 CLASSIC HANDGUN (77132) - P
AR
TS LIST (Figure 8)
PAR
ARTS
Item #
1
2
2A
3*
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
50A
51
52
Part #
Description
77095-00
78140-00
LSOR0005-11
77080-xxxx
----------------------------------75442-00
72375-03
73350-00
73344-00
73345-00
73346-00
73352-00
72378-01
73347-00
74330-00
73348-00
73354-00
78822-00
77133-00
75324-00
75327-00
LREM0012-00
78641-00
77093-00
20099-03
75389-00
72399-01
18824-00
18871-00
6144-00
78788-00
18829-00
18833-00
13076-08
77019-00
77018-00
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------77015-00
72474-01
78635-00
10051-05
79310-00
17130-00
79317-00
19603-10F
72375-02
77096-01
76105-00
73753-00
19603-06F
73351-00
7554-11
Nut, Nozzle
Nozzle, Air
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
Nozzle, Fluid
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Valve Seat Body Assembly
Seal
Needle, Valve, Ball
Spreader, Seal
Seal, U-Cup, Front
Pusher, Seal
Needle/Shaft Assembly
Tube, Packing
Container, Rear Seal
U-Cup Seal
Retainer, Rear Seal
Nut, Packing
Nut, Trigger Adjusting
Barrel Assembly
Nut, Barrel Retainer (For Composite Handle)
Retaining Ring, Barrel
Gasket
Handle (Composite)
Lever, Blade
Spring, Wave
Screw
Pin, Cylinder
Hook
Trigger Assembly (Two Finger)
Screw, Shoulder (2 Required)
Needle, Valve
Spring, Compression
Washer, Retaining (2 Required)
O-Ring, Solvent Proof
Housing
Screw, Adjusting
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Cap (2 Required)
Spring, Compression
Nut, Retaining (Rod Seal)
Seal, Spring Loaded U-Cup
Rod Assembly, Air Valve, Dual Stage
Spring, Compression
Cap, Air Valve
Set Screw, Handle
Seal (Teflon), Fluid Tube
Tube, Fluid
Swivel, High Pressure
Bracket, Line and Cable Assembly
Screw Set
Nut, Jam
O-Ring, Solvent Resistant (3 Required)
See "Parts List Bullet Definition Table" on page 40.
(Continued on Next Page)
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M90 CLASSIC HANDGUN - P
AR
TS LIST (Figure 6)
PAR
ARTS
Item #
53
54**
55**
56**
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
Part #
Description
74189-00
LREA4003-xx
7994-xx
74187-xx
14061-08
7554-10
70397-02
72209-05
7720-01
7720-02
76104-00
14061-05
71880-06
72468-00
19749-00
----------------------------------74133-00
76428-00
20254-01
78823-00
78824-00
Fitting, Air Line
High Voltage Cable Assembly (For Standard 9040)
Fluid Line Assembly
Lightweight Air Line (Standard)
Conductive Sponge
O-Ring, Solvent Resistant
Resistor Housing
O-Ring, Solvent Resistant (2 Required)
Filter, Fluid (.005 Spacing) (Standard)
Filter, Fluid (.009 Spacing)
Hose, Whip, High Pressure
Conductive Sponge (2 Required)
Nipple, Double Male
Nozzle Tool (Not Shown)
Multi-Purpose Wrench (Not Shown)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Ball Seat Wrenches (Not Shown)
Nozzle Wrench (Not Shown)
Spanner Wrench (Not Shown)
Nut, Spring Retainer, Trigger Adjustment
Spring, Compression
See "Parts List Bullet Definition Table" on page 40.
ARTS
TABLE
PAR
TS LIST BULLET DEFINITION T
ABLE (Figure 8)
40
*
Dash number (-XXXX) indicates fluid nozzle configuration.
See Figure 2 "Nozzle Selection Chart" in the "Service" section for nozzle specifications and order
number identification.
**
Dash number (-XX) reads in feet (i.e., -36 = 36 feet). These items are available in standard lengths of
36, 50, 75, and 100 feet. When ordering High Voltage Cable, use footage for -XX.
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SPARE
PAR
ARTS
RECOMMENDED SP
ARE P
AR
TS - M90 CLASSIC HANDGUN (77132)
Part Number
Description
No. of Guns
1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8
Rebuild Kit
Valve Screw
Needle, Valve, Ball
Jam Nut
Wrench
Barrel Nut
78930-03
75442-00
73350-00
73351-00
19749-00
75324-00
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
2
3
3
3
3
4
3
Barrel Ring
75327-00
1
2
2
3
Trigger Screw
Air Nozzle
Fluid Nozzle
6144-00
78140-00
77080-xxxx
2
1
1
2
2
2
4
3
3
4
4
4
Fluid Tube
High Voltage Cable
77096-01
LREA4003-xx
1
1
2
1
2
2
3
2
Fluid Line
7994-xx
1
2
3
4
Fluid Filter
7720-xx
1
2
3
4
Disposable Gun Cover
Resistor Housing
Conductive Foam
Conductive Foam
GC-100-K5
70397-02
14061-08
14061-05
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
3
2
2
4
4
3
3
6
Notes
Fits handle with 1-7/8" diameter
threads
Fits handle with 1-7/8" diameter
threads
Specify nozzle configuration as per
nozzle selection chart.
xx must be replaced with desired
length of 36, 50, 75, or 100 feet.
xx must be replaced with desired
length of 36, 50, 75, or 100 feet.
xx must be replaced with -01 for
.005 spacing or -02 for .009 spacing.
Figure 9: Recommended Spare Parts - M90 Cascade Handgun (77132)
PAR
ARTS
MISC. P
AR
TS - M90 CLASSIC HANDGUN (77132)
Item #
Accessories:
Part #
7969-10
7969-11
LSCH0009-00
GC-100-K5
High Pressure 74147-00
Disconnects:
20404-00
Description
Sealant, Pipe Dope (Loctite®)
Sealant, Low Strength (Loctite®)
Dielectric Grease, 1 oz.
Disposable Gun Covers
1/4 NPSM(F)
1/4 NPSM(M)
Figure 10: Recommended Spare Parts - M90 Cascade Handgun (77132)
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M90 Handguns - Warranty Policies
WARRANTY POLICIES
LIMITED W
ARRANTY
WARRANTY
ITW 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 ITW 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 ITW
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 GUN IN PLASTIC WILL
VOID THIS WARRANTY.
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ITW 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
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
ITW 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 ITW Ransburg's opinion the warranty item in
question, or other items damaged by this part was
improperly installed, operated or maintained, ITW
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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APPENDIX
PAINT AND SOL
VENT SPECIFICA
TIONS
SOLVENT
SPECIFICATIONS
RECOMMENDED VISCOSITY USING A ZAHN NO. 2
PAINT ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE**
RECOMMENDED DELIVERY (UP TO)
REA TM / EFM TM
EVOL
VER
LV
18 TO 30 SEC
.1 MΩ TO ∞
1000 cc/min
REMTM / M90 TM NO. 2 HAND GUN TURBODISK T M
18 TO 30 SEC
20 TO 60 SEC
20 TO 60 SEC
.1 MΩ TO ∞
.1 TO 1 MΩ
.1 MΩ TO ∞
1500 cc/min
1000 cc/min
180 cc/min
AEROBELL ® II***
AEROBELL®
AEROBELL ® 33
RMA-101 T M
20 TO 60 SEC
.1 MΩ TO ∞
500 cc/min
TO
SOLVENT
GUIDE T
O USABLE SOL
VENT SELECTION
Chemical
Name
Common
Name
Category
Methylene Chloride Chlorinated Solvents
DICHLOROMETHANE
Naptha
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
VM & P NAPHTHA
Ketones
ACETONE
Esters
METHYL ACETATE
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
BENZENE
Esters
ETHYL ACETATE
Ketones
MEK
2-BUTANONE
Esters
ISO-PROPYL ACETATE
Alcohols
IPA
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
Ketones
MPK
2-PENTANONE
Alcohols
Methyl Alcohol
METHANOL
Esters
n-Propyl Acetate
PROPYL ACETATE
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Toluene
TOLUOL
Ketones
MIBK
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
Esters
ISOBUTYL ACETATE
Alcohols
Ethyl Alcohol
ETHANOL
ACETA
BUTYL ACET
ATE
Esters
ETHYLBENZENE
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
n-Propyl Alcohol
1-PROPANOL
Alcohols
sec.-Butyl Alcohol
2-BUTANOL
Alcohols
Xylene
XYLOL
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
AMYL ACETATE
Esters
iso-Butyl Alcohol
2-METHYLPROPANOL
Alcohols
METHYL AMYL ACETATE
Esters
MIAK
5-METHYL-2-HEXANONE
Ketones
n-Butyl Alcohol
1-BUTANOL
Alcohols
2-ETHOXYETHANOL
Glycol Ethers
MAK
2-HEPTANONE
Ketones
CYCLOHEXANONE
Ketones
SC#100
AROMATIC-100
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
DIBK
DIISOBUTYL KETONE
Ketones
Amyl Alcohol
1-PENTANOL
Alcohols
DIACETONE ALCOHOL
Ketones
Butyl Cellosolve
2-BUTOXYETHANOL
Glycol Ethers
CYCLOHEXANOL
Alcohols
AROMATIC-150
SC#150
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
AROMATIC-200
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Flash Point †† *CAS
Number
(TCC)
75-09-2
8030-30-6
65oF
67-64-1
-18oF
79-20-9
90oF
71-43-2
12oF
141-78-6
24oF
78-93-3
16oF
108-21-4
35oF
67-63-0
53oF
107-87-9
104oF
67-56-1
50oF
109-60-4
55oF
108-88-3
48oF
108-10-1
60oF
110-19-0
69oF
64-17-5
7 8 oF
123-86-4
64oF
100-41-4
74oF
71-23-8
78-92-2
72oF
1330-02-07
79oF
628-63-7
106oF
78-83-1
82oF
108-84-9
96oF
110-12-3
96oF
71-36-3
95oF
110-80-5
164oF
110-43-0
102oF
108-94-1
111oF
111oF
108-83-8
120oF
71-41-0
123-42-2
133oF
111-76-2
154oF
108-93-0
111oF
149oF
203oF
Evap.
Rate†
14.5
10
5.6
5.3
5.1
3.9
3.8
3.4
2.5
2.5
2.1
2.1
1.9
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.0
.89
.86
.81
.80
.67
.62
.50
.50
.43
.38
.40
.29
.20
.19
.15
.12
.07
.05
.004
.003
⇑F
A
S
T
E
R
S
L
O
W
E
R
⇓
Elec.
Res.**
HIGH
HIGH
LOW
LOW
HIGH
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
LOW
LOW
MEDIUM
LOW
LOW
HIGH
MEDIUM
LOW
LOW
LOW
HIGH
LOW
LOW
HIGH
MEDIUM
LOW
LOW
MEDIUM
LOW
LOW
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
HIGH
MEDIUM
LOW
LOW
LOW
LOW
HIGH
HIGH
* CAS Number: Chemical Abstract Service Number.
© 05/2004 Illinois Tool Works Inc. All rights reserved.
** Electrical Resistance using the ITW Ransburg Meter.
*** Solvent Base Configuration Only.
†
Information Obtained From: http://solvdb.ncms.org
††
The lowest temperature at which a volatile fluid will ignite.
Evaporation Rate is Based Upon Butyl Acetate Having a Rate of 1.0
NOTE: Chart provides resistance and control information that we feel is necessary when using ITW Ransburg equipment.
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M90 Handguns - Appendix
Din Cup 4
Sears
Craftsman Cup
Saybolt
Universal SSU
Gardner Lithographic
Krebs Unit
KU
Gardner Holdt Bubble
Ford Cup 4
Ford Cup 3
30
16
10
80
34
17
11
Zahn 5
60
8 A-3
Zahn 4
5 A-4
25
Zahn 3
20
12
Zahn 2
11
30
Zahn 1
27
15
Fisher 2
DuPont
Parlin 10
10
Fisher 1
DuPont
Parlin 7
.1
.15
Poise
44
Centipoise
VISCOSITY CONVERSION CHART
.2
20
32
13
30
15
12
10
100
37
18
12
.25
25
37
14
35
17
15
12 A-2
130
41
19
13
.3
30
43
15
39
18
19
14 A-1
160
44
20
14
.4
40
50
16
50
21
25
18
.5
50
57
17
24
29
22
.6
60
64
18
29
33
25
.7
70
20
33
36
28
.8
80
22
39
41
31
.9
90
23
44
45
32
1.0
100
25
50
50
34
1.2
120
30
62
58
1.4
140
32
66
1.6
160
1.8
2.0
2.2
A
210
52
22
19
15
30
260
60
24
20
16
33
320
68
27
21
18
35
370
30
23
21
37
430
34
24
23
38
480
37
10
26
25
D
40
530
41
12
10
27
27
41
E
43
580
49
14
11
31
31
45
F
46
690
58
16
13
34
34
37
50
G
48
790
66
18
14
38
38
180
41
54
50
900
74
20
16
40
43
200
45
58
H
52
1000
82
23
17
10
44
46
220
62
I
54
1100
25
18
11
51
2.4
240
65
J
56
1200
27
20
12
55
2.6
260
68
58
1280
30
21
13
58
2.8
280
70
K
59
1380
32
22
14
63
3.0
300
74
L
60
1475
34
24
15
68
3.2
320
M
1530
36
25
16
72
3.4
340
N
1630
39
26
17
76
3.6
360
O
62
1730
41
28
18
82
3.8
380
1850
43
29
19
86
4.0
400
P
64
1950
46
30
20
90
4.2
420
2050
48
32
21
95
4.4
440
Q
4.6
460
R
4.8
480
5.0
500
5.5
6.0
7.0
700
8.0
800
9.0
900
V
10.0 1000
W
B
C
000
2160
50
33
22
100
66
2270
52
34
23
104
67
2380
54
36
24
109
S
68
2480
57
37
25
112
550
T
69
2660
63
40
27
124
600
U
71
2900
68
44
30
135
74
3375
51
35
160
77
3380
58
40
172
81
4300
64
45
195
85
4600
49
218
11.0 1100
88
5200
55
12.0 1200
92
5620
59
00
0
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X
14.0 1400
18.0 1800
1
Y
103
9850
22.0 2200
10300
Z
2
24.0 2400
Z-1
3
Din Cup 4
Sears
Craftsman Cup
129 16500
133 18500
Z-3
136 21000
23500
55.0 5500
26000
Z-4
4
2800
65.0 6500
30000
70.0 7000
32500
75.0 7500
35000
80.0 8000
37000
85.0 8500
39500
90.0 9000
41000
95.0 9500
43000
Z-5
5
46500
110.0 11000
51000
120.0 12000
55005
130.0 13000
60000
140.0 14000
65000
150.0 15000
Zahn 5
121 14500
Z-2
50.0 5000
100.0 10000
Zahn 4
114 11600
40.0 4000
60.0 6000
105 10750
109 11200
30.0 3000
45.0 4500
Zahn 3
9400
21.0 2100
35.0 3500
Zahn 2
9000
20.0 2000
25.0 2500
64
8500
19.0 1900
23.0 2300
Zahn 1
Saybolt
Universal SSU
8000
Gardner Holdt Bubble
101
Ford Cup 4
7500
17.0 1700
Ford Cup 3
7000
100
Fisher 2
98
16.0 1600
Fisher 1
15.0 1500
DuPont
Parlin 10
6480
13.0 1300
DuPont
Parlin 7
6100
96
Centipoise
95
Poise
Gardner Lithographic
Krebs Unit
KU
VISCOSITY CONVERSION CHART (Continued)
Z-6
67500
160.0 16000
74000
170.0 17000
83500
180.0 18000
83500
190.0 19000
88000
200.0 20000
93000
300.0 30000
140000
Note: All viscosity comparisons are as accurate as possible with existing information.
Comparisons are made with a material having a specific gravity of 1.0.
© 05/2004 Illinois Tool Works Inc. All rights reserved.
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VOLUMETRIC CONTENT OF HOSE OR TUBE
(English Units)
Cross
Section
Length
(in. 2 )
5ft. (60") 10ft. (120") 15ft. (180") 25ft. (300") 50ft. (600")
I.D.
(inches)
cc/ft.
1/8
2.4
.012
3/16
5.4
.028
1/4
9.7
.049
5/16
15.1
.077
3/8
21.7
.110
1/2
38.6
.196
.003 gal.
.4 fl. oz.
.007 gal.
.9 fl. oz.
.013 gal.
1.6 fl. oz.
.020 gal.
2.5 fl. oz.
.029 gal.
3.7 fl. oz.
.051 gal.
6.5 fl. oz.
.006 gal.
.8 fl. oz.
.014 gal.
1.8 fl. oz.
.025 gal.
3.3 fl. oz.
.040 gal.
5.1 fl. oz.
.057 gal.
7.3 fl. oz.
.102 gal.
13.1 fl. oz.
.010 gal.
1.2 fl. oz.
.022 gal.
2.8 fl. oz.
.038 gal.
4.9 fl. oz.
.060 gal.
7.6 fl. oz.
.086 gal.
11.0 fl. oz.
.153 gal.
19.6 fl. oz.
.016 gal.
2.0 fl. oz.
.036 gal.
4.6 fl. oz.
.064 gal.
8.2 fl. oz.
.100 gal.
12.7 fl. oz.
.143 gal.
18.4 fl. oz.
.255 gal.
32.6 fl. oz.
.032 gal.
4.1 fl. oz.
.072 gal.
9.2 fl. oz.
.127 gal.
16.3 fl. oz.
.199 gal.
25.5 fl. oz.
.287 gal.
36.7 fl. oz.
.510 gal.
65.3 fl. oz.
VOLUMETRIC CONTENT OF HOSE OR TUBE
(Metric Units)
I.D.
(mm)
cc/m
3.6
Cross
Section
Length
(mm 2 )
1.5m
3.0m
4.5m
6.0m
7.5m
10.2
10.2
15.3 cc
30.5 cc
45.8 cc
61.1 cc
76.3 cc
5.6
24.6
24.6
36.9 cc
73.9 cc
110.8 cc
147.8 cc
184.7 cc
6.8
36.3
36.3
54.5 cc
109.0 cc
163.4 cc
217.9 cc
272.4 cc
8.8
60.8
60.8
91.2 cc
182.5 cc
273.7 cc
364.9 cc
456.2 cc
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AH-99-01.3
MANUAL CHANGE SUMMAR
Y
SUMMARY
This manual was published to replace Service
Manual AH-99-01.2
AH-99-01.2, M90 Hand Guns, to
make the following changes:
1.
"Safety" section - Entire section revised.
2.
"Introduction" section - revised:
- "Ransburg Electrostatic Mix Process"
3.
"Installation" section - revised:
- "Warning" added.
4.
"Operation" section - revised:
- "Safe Operation"
- "Preparation - Paint and Fluid Nozzle"
5.
"Maintenance" section - Entire section
revised.
6.
"Service" section - removed and added to
"Maintenance" section.
7.
"Parts Identification" section - Entire
section revised.
8.
"Appendix" section revised:
- Revised "Paint and Solvent Specifications"
- Revised "Viscosity Conversion Chart"
- Revised "Volumetric Content of Hose or
Tube"
AH-99-01.3
ARCHIVE
Service Manual Price: $30.00 (U.S.)
Manufacturing
1910 North Wayne Street
Angola, Indiana 46703-9100
Telephone: 260/665-8800
Fax: 260/665-8516
Technical/Service Assistance
Automotive Assembly and Tier I
Industrial Systems
Ransburg Guns
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Telephone: 800/ 626-3565 Fax: 419/ 470-2040
Telephone: 800/ 233-3366 Fax: 419/ 470-2071
Telephone: 800/ 233-3366 Fax: 419/ 470-2071
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Technical Support Representative will direct you to the appropriate telephone number
for ordering Spare Parts.
© 2005 Illinois Tool Works Inc. All rights reserved.
Models and specifications subject to change without notice.
Form No. AH-99-01.3
Litho in U.S.A.
07/05
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