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Jupiter-Pro

Spray Gun Operation Manual

ImportantRead and follow all instructions and SAFETY PRECAUTIONS before using this equipment

The gun body of this model is finished with special coating. Do not use the wire brush or metal spatula for cleaning. Do not inscribe letters on the gun body. It may cause peeling off the coating.

MODELS

JUPITER- PRO- Air Cap No. - Fluid Tip Size Type of Feed GGravity - K

(Ex.): JUPITER-PRO-510PLS -1.3-G-K

← (No.10PLS Air Cap - Size1.3mm – Gravity) Kit

SPECIFICATIONS

Maximum Working Air Pressure 0.69 MPa, Maximum Working Fluid Pressure 0.69 MPa

Chart.1

Air Cap No.

Part Number

Tip size(mm) Feed

Air consumption

Gun inlet pressure

Pattern width

(mm)

Application

Fluid inlet

Air inlet

Weight

(g)

510PLS

SP-100-510-K

505

SP-100-505-K

1.2/1.3/1.4

1.2/1.3/1.4

G

G

PARTS LIST

Chart.2

Ref

No.

Part Number

1 See Chart 1

Description

Air Cap / Retaining Ring Kit

210 /min

0.15MPa~0.2MPa

305 /min

0.2MPa~0.25MPa

Qty

1

2 See Chart 3 Fluid Tip 1

1

1

3 JUP-PRO-7 Baffle

4 JUP-PRO-8-K5 Gasket Kit of 5

5 SN-404-K

6 JUP-12

Packing, Spring & Packing

Nut Kit

Body Bushing & Seal

7 JUP-72-K5

8 See Chart.3

Body Bushing Gasket Kit of 5

Needle

9 SN-409

10 JUP-PRO-13

11 JUP—PRO-44

12 JUP-43

13 SN-21-K

14 JUP-PRO-42

15 JUP-30

16 SN-26-K4

17 JUP-PRO-35

18 JUP-39

19 SN-34-K3

Valve Spring and pad kit

Needle Adjusting Knob

Pattern Valve Assembly

Air Valve Assembly

Trigger Stud & Hex Screw Kit

Cheater Valve

Air Connector

Color ID Ring Kit (4 Colors)

Fluid Inlet (Gravity)

Air Valve Cage

Air Valve Seal with insert tool

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Chart.3

250

230

Description

Size(mm)

1.2

1.3

1.4

Metallics,

Pearls

Clear Coats,

Solids

Fluid Tip

JUP-PRO-4-1.2

JUP-PRO-4-1.3

JUP-PRO-4-1.4

G3/8 G1/4 400

Needle

JUP-PRO-41-1.2

JUP-PRO-41-1.3

JUP-PRO-41-1.4

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

This manual contains information that is important for you to know and understand.

This information relates to USER SAFETY and PREVENTING EQIPMENT PROBLEMS.

Read and follow SAFETY PRECAUTIONS before using this equipment.

FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD

1. When spraying, adequate exhaust must be provided to keep air free of accumulations of flammable vapors which may cause fire or explosion.

2. Smoking must never be allowed in the spray area.

3. Static electricity is generated and a static spark could be produced in the spray area. To prevent the risk of fire or explosion, ground without fail all conductive objects in the spray area.

4. Make it sure to use and ground hoses with static wire for spray gun operation. If improperly grounded, a static spark possibly produced may cause fire or explosion.

5. Fire extinguishing equipment must be provided in the spray area.

6. Solvents used for cleaning must have a flash point equal to or higher than that of the coating. Those for general cleaning must have flash points above 37.8°C (100°F) to prevent the risk of fire.

INHALING TOXIC SUBSTANCES

1. Toxic vapors and liquids are harmful to health. When spraying, adequate exhaust must be provided to keep the air free of accumulations of toxic materials and the use at all times of respiratory protective equipment must be set compulsory.

2. Always wear eye protection when spraying or cleaning the equipment.

3. Certain materials may be harmful if there is contact with the skin. Read carefully all the labels and safety performance data of the materials and solvents to be used. Appropriate clothes and gloves must be worn for spraying or cleaning the equipment.

MISUSE

1. Operators should be given adequate and appropriate training in the safe use and maintenance of this equipment.

2. Pressured liquids may injure eyes. Do not point the spray gun to any person.

3. Gravity or suction feed gun must not be used for pressure feed gun.

4. Parts with compressed air may damage the human body. Connect air hoses tightly by using a spanner so that air never leaks. If tightened loosely, hoses can be removed which may result in damaging the human body, objects to be coated and other equipment used together.

5. Parts with compressed air or under spring pressure may injure the human body. When replacing such parts, clean the spray gun by discharging the materials, discharge the air, remove air hose and fluid cup and then replace such parts by placing the gun flat. Eye protection must be worn when repairing the spray gun.

6. Do not use the gun at no more than maximum working pressure (0.69MPa).

INSTALLATION

1. The air supplied to spray gun must be cleaned air which any water, oil and solid material removed. To set up the Mist

Separator and Air Transformer near the gun is recommended. The use of air not cleaned may cause coating troubles.

2. Connect fluid cup and air hoses tightly. If tightened loosely, hoses can be removed which may result in damaging the human body, objects to be coated and other equipment used together.

OPERATION

1. The recommended pressure of air supplied to gun is in a range of 0.39MPa~0.49Mpa. Do not supply to gun the air pressure in excess of the gun’s maximum working pressure (0.69MPa).

2. Try with the pressure starting from 0.1MPa~0.2Mpa or around as the spraying pressure varies depending upon the inner diameter of gun, triggering distance, materials etc.

3. The recommended spray distance is 180mm. If the spray distance is too far, good result does not appear.

4. In order to get uniform finishing the spray gun should be hold vertically toward the painting surface.

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

1. Daily lubrication and cleaning is necessary to maintain the best condition of the gun.

2. To clean the gun body, wipe exterior with solvent dampened cloth. Do not submerge the gun body in solvent as any solids may get into the air passage and cause troubles.

3. Do not leave the gun with solvent in fluid cup. Clean the spray gun after used with clean solvent and empty the cup.

To clean the fluid cup, after removing extra paint, through the appropriate solvent and flush down the residual paint.

4. The Air Cap can be immersed in solvent and brushed down for cleaning. If orifices are clogged, use a toothpick to remove obstruction. Never use a steel wire or hard instrument. This will damage air cap and result in a distorted spray pattern.

5. Do not immerse any plastic parts in solvent for long time.

6. Certain portions of gun should be lubricated. Do not lubricate to any portion where not instructed. For lubrication,

SSL-10 Gun Lube* is recommended (*sold separately, vegetable not repelling materials).

7. The following portions should be lubricated regularly; Trigger Stud Screw (13), Pattern Valve (11), threads of cheater

Valve (14) and Adjusting Screw (10), Air Valve (12) stem, portion of Packing Gland (5) here Needle (8) comes in and out.

8. When installing Air Cap (1), make sure no foreign materials adhered on Retaining Ring (1) and thread of Baffle (3) and then oil one drop of Gun Lube SSL-10.

9. Apply non-silicone grease lightly on Needle Spring (9) and Air Valve Spring (12). Do not apply too much grease as it may clog the air passage.

REPLACEMENT OF PARTS

Before replacing gun parts, remove materials from the gun for cleaning. Then release the air pressure in the gun and disconnect air hoses. All repairs should be made on a clean flat surface. Use only appropriate tools indicated for replacement of parts.

Fluid Tip 2 and Needle 8

1. It is recommended to replace Fluid Tip (2) and Needle (8) as a set.

2. Loosen completely Pattern Valve (11) by turning the knob counterclockwise.

3. Remove Adjusting Screw (10) and Needle Spring (9) and then withdraw Needle (8) from the gun body.

4. Remove Retaining Ring (1) and Air Cap (1).

5. Remove Fluid Tip (2) by using socket wrench or offset wrench.

6. Recommended torque of Fluid tip (2) is 8N・m when you re-assemble.

Fluid Inlet (17) and Air Connector (15)

Fluid Inlet (17) and Air Connector (15) are fixed together by sealing material. Do not disassemble these connectors if it is not necessary. It may become a cause of problem.

Pattern Valve (11) and Cheater Valve (14)

When disassembling and reassembling Pattern Valve (11) and Cheater Valve (14), turn the knobs completely counterclockwise and then disassemble or reassemble them.

Air Valve Assembly (12)

Valve Seal Replacing Tool is required for replacing Valve Seal and it is provided when you purchase Air Valve

Assembly (12). When replacing Air Valve Assembly (12), be careful not to damage the surface of seals of Gun Body,

and Air Valve (12) to prevent from air leakage.

1. Using Hexagon Wrench 2.5mm (from the market) for removing the trigger screw (13) and then remove Trigger (13)

2. Remove Air Valve Assembly (12) by using 21mm offset wrench.

3. Withdraw Valve Spring from spring pad.

4. Withdraw Valve Rear Seal, using the Valve Seal Replacing Tool. Disassembling of Air Valve is now completed.

5. The next is assembling. Insert and place the valve seal at the end of valve hole of gun body by using replacing tool.

6. Insert new spring, ensuring the end with the plastic bearing pad goes in first.

7. Insert Air Valve Assembly (12) into gun.

8. Tighten air valve assembly using fingers first and then tighten with offset wrench 21mm which is available in the market.

9. Replace trigger (13) using Hexagon Wrench 2.5mm.

Needle Packing (5)

1. Using Hexagon Wrench 2.5mm (from the market) for removing the trigger screw (13) and then remove Trigger (13)

2. Remove fluid adjusting knob (10) and needle spring with spring pad (5) from gun, and then remove fluid needle (8).

3. Loosen and remove packing nut (5) using a straight blade screwdriver.

4. Re-assembling the packing (5). Assemble into gun body by hand and then tighten using a screwdriver.

5. Insert fluid needle (8), and then needle spring with spring pad (9), and needle adjusting knob (13). Reinstall trigger.

6. Trigger gun several times to verify correct operation.

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SERVICE CHECKS

Normal spray pattern

problem

Will not spray

Improper spray pattern

Cause Correction

No pressure to gun.

Adjusting Screw (10) not properly adjusted.

A,B. Material build up on the Air Cap or Fluid Tip.

C,D Incorrect fluid delivery or viscosity.

Check air and material lines.

Adjust.

A,B Clean the Air Cap or Fluid Tip.

C,D Adjust.

Fill cup or tighten the Connector. Jerky or fluttering spray Insufficient material in the cup or Loose connector.

Gun material passage plugged.

Worn Needle Packing (5).

Loose or damaged Fluid Tip (2).

Fluid leaking from needle packing nut (8)

Worn or damaged Needle Packing (5).

Dripping from fluid tip (5) 1. Worn or damaged Fluid Tip (2) or Needle (8).

2. Stuck Needle Packing (5) or Needle (8).

3. Loose Adjusting Screw (10).

ACCESSORIES

Part No. Part No.

KGL-400-FA-JPRO

Description

Gravity Cup with Stand for

Jupiter-PRO(400ml)

SSL-10

SHIM-3 SHIM MASK HAV-502-B

HAV-501-B

Clean.

Replace.

Tighten or replace.

Replace.

1. Replace.

2. Lubricate.

3. Adjust.

Description

Gun Lube (60ml)

Light Air Adjusting Valve with

Gauge

Air Adjusting Valve with Gauge DAH-10/20/30

HAF-507

 

Air Hose Set (10/20/30m)

Disposable Air Filter

DIVISION

Ransburg Japan KK

HP http://www.carlisleft.co.jp

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VILBISS is a registered trademark of Carlisle Fluid Technologie

®Jupiter is a registered trademark of CFT Ransburg Japan KK.

©2017 Carlisle Fluid Technologies.

2016-06-Jupiter Pro-J03

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