SPEEFLO PowrTex 15:1

Owner’s Manual
For professional use only
Do not use this equipment
before reading this manual!
SPEEFLO
PowrTex 15:1
Heavy Material Sprayer
Model Numbers:
Cart Mount
Drum Mount
Printed in the U.S.A.
NOTE: This manual contains important
warnings and instructions. Please
read and retain for reference.
515-592
515-597
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Important Safety Information ·
Read all safety information before
operating the equipment. Save these instructions.
This symbol indicates a hazardous situation,
which, if not not avoided could result in death or
serious injury.
HAZARD: EXPLOSION HAZARD DUE TO
INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS
Will cause property damage or severe injury.
PREVENTION:
• Do not use materials containing bleach or chlorine.
• Do not use halogenated hydrocarbon solvents such
as bleach, mildewcide, methylene chloride and 1,1,1 trichloroethane. They are not compatible with aluminum.
• Contact your coating supplier about the compatibility of
material with aluminum.
HAZARD: DUST INHALATION
Dust or mist created by this sprayer may cause eye, skin,
throat, or respiratory irritation.
• Avoid inhalation of mist or dust. Wear a NIOSH / MSHA
approved respirator when using this equipment or for
anyone entering the work area.
• Maintain proper ventilation to reduce mist / dust exposure.
• NO EATING, DRINKING, OR SMOKING should be
done in the work area to prevent ingesting contaminated
material particles. Workers should wash and clean up
before eating, drinking, and smoking. Articles of food,
drink, or smoking should not be left in the work area where
dust would settle on them.
• Follow all warnings and recommendations provided by the
textured coating manufacturer.
HAZARD:GENERAL
Can cause severe injury of property damage.
• Read all instructions and safety precautions for equipment
and spray material before operating any equipment.
• Comply with all appropriate local, state and national codes
governing ventilation, fire prevention and operation.
• This unit is intended for use with water-based
textured materials only. DO NOT use this
sprayer with any flammable or oil-based
materials.
• Keep sprayer out of the reach of children.
• Hearing protection is recommended for extended use.
• Always wear appropriate gloves, eye
protection, clothing and a respirator or mask
when spraying.
• Do not aim the gun at or spray any person or
animal.
• Do not operate or spray near children. Keep children
away from equipment at all times.
• Do not leave the sprayer energized or under pressure
while unattended. When the unit is not in use, turn off the
sprayer and relieve the pressure in accordance with the
Pressure Relief Procedure.
• Always follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when
shutting the sprayer down for any purpose, including
servicing or adjusting any part of the spray system,
changing or cleaning spray nozzles, or preparing for
cleanup.
• This system is capable of producing 100 PSI / 0.69
MPa. Only use replacement parts or accessories that
are specified by the manufacturer and that are rated a
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minimum of 100 PSI. This includes spray nozzles, spray
guns, extensions, fittings, and hose.
Use only manufacturer authorized parts. User assumes all
risks and liabilities when using parts that do not meet the
minimum specifications and safety devices of the sprayer
manufacturer.
Do not overreach or stand on an unstable support.
Certain material overspray can make floors slippery. Keep
effective footing and balance at all times. Wear rubbersoled shoes.
Stay alert and watch what you are doing.
Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the
influence of drugs or alcohol.
Never modify the pump assembly, air compressor, spray
gun, or any other component of the spray system.
Check all components of the spray system daily. Repair
or replace any worn or damaged parts immediately.
Never directly inhale compressed air. Compressed air
may contain toxic vapors.
Keep hands and other body parts away from the
discharge. For example, do not try to stop leaks with any
part of the body.
Fittings on the hose, compressor, radiator,
and pump become hot during use. Avoid skin
contact with any fittings when they are hot.
Allow the fittings to cool before touching.
Know the contents of the material being
sprayed. Read all Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
and container labels provided with the materials. Follow
the material manufacturer’s safety instructions.
Do not use the hose as a strength member to pull or lift the
equipment.
Route hoses away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving
parts, and hot surfaces.
Do not kink or over-bend the hose. Hoses can develop
leaks from wear, kinking and abuse.
Do not expose the hose to temperatures or pressures in
excess of those specified by manufacturer.
Install the supplied hopper cover onto the hopper before
starting the spray system. When the system is turned on
with only a small amount of material in the hopper, the
hopper cover will prevent material from spraying out of the
hopper.
HAZARD: EXPLOSION OR FIRE
Solvent and paint fumes can explode or ignite. Property
damage and/or severe injury can occur.
PREVENTION:
• Provide extensive exhaust and fresh air introduction to
keep the air within the spray area free from accumulation
of flammable vapors. Solvent and paint fumes can
explode or ignite.
• Do not spray in a confined area.
• Avoid all ignition sources such as static
electric sparks, open flames, pilot lights,
electrical appliances, and hot objects.
Connecting or disconnecting power cords or
working light switches can make sparks. Paint or solvent
flowing through the equipment is able to result in static
electricity.
• Do not smoke in spray area.
• Fire extinguisher must be present and in good working
order.
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Table of Contents
• Place paint pump at least 20 feet from the spray object
in a well ventilated area (add more hose if necessary).
Flammable vapors are often heavier than air. Floor area
must be extremely well ventilated.
• The equipment and objects in and around the spray area
must be properly grounded to prevent static sparks.
• Keep area clean and free of paint or solvent containers,
rags and other flammable materials.
• Use only conductive or grounded high pressure fluid hose.
Gun must be grounded through hose connections.
• Power cord must be connected to a grounded circuit.
• Always flush unit into a separate metal container, at low
pump pressure, with spray tip removed. Hold gun firmly
against side of container to ground container and prevent
static sparks.
• Follow the material and solvent manufacturer’s warnings
and instructions. Know the contents of the paints and
solvents being sprayed. Read all Material Safety Data
Sheets (MSDS) and container labels provided with
the paints and solvents. Follow the paint and solvent
manufacturer’s safety instructions.
• Use extreme caution when using materials with a
flashpoint below 100ºF (38ºC). Flashpoint is the
temperature that a fluid can produce enough vapors to
ignite.
• Plastic can cause static sparks. Never hang plastic to
enclose a spray area. Do not use plastic drop cloths when
spraying flammable materials.
• Use lowest possible pressure to flush equipment.
• Do not spray onto pump assembly.
Specifications............................................................................ 3
General Description.................................................................. 3
PowrTex 15:1 Assemblies........................................................ 4
Pump assembly.................................................................... 4
Pole gun assembly............................................................... 4
Setup instructions................................................................. 4
Fluid Pump Assemblies............................................................ 5
Service instructions.............................................................. 5
Air Motor Assembly.................................................................. 6
Service instructions.............................................................. 7
StediFlo™ Air Control Assembly............................................. 8
Air valve assembly............................................................... 8
Material valve assembly....................................................... 8
Automatic lubricator............................................................. 8
Installation instructions......................................................... 8
Cleanout procedure.............................................................. 9
Operation instructions.......................................................... 9
StediFlo™ air valve service kit........................................... 10
Material valve service kit.................................................... 10
StediFlo™ valve parts list................................................... 10
Material valve parts list....................................................... 11
Pole Guns, mastic, air atomizing, 701 Series....................... 12
Operation........................................................................... 13
Maintenance....................................................................... 13
Specifications..................................................................... 13
Misc. Parts Listings................................................................. 14
Cart assembly.................................................................... 14
Accessories............................................................................. 14
Troubleshooting...................................................................... 15
Warranty................................................................................... 16
Specifications
Grounding Instructions
PowrTex 15:1 Heavy Materials Sprayer
Gallons per minute (GPM).............. 3.0 (11.1 LPM)
Maximum pressure......................... 1500 PSI (103.4 BAR)
Mounting:
Cart Mount........................ Cart
Drum Mount...................... Drum Clamp
Supply:
Cart Mount........................ 5 gallon (19 liters)
Drum Mount...................... 55 gallon (208 liters)
Ratio .......................................... 15:1
Compressor Requirements............ 50 CFM @ 90 PSI
Surge Control................................. StediFlo™
Cycles Per Gallon........................... 20 (5 per liter)
Pole Gun........................................ 2 ft (61 meters)
Hose Length���������������������������������� 50 ft (15.2 meters) standard
equipment and 200 ft (61m)
maximum hose length
Proper grounding is important. This applies to gas,
electric and air powered models. The passage of
some materials through the nylon fluid hose will
build up a static electric charge, which is
discharged, could ignite solvent vaport present and
create an explosion.
Grounding the Pump
Be sure the PowrTex 15:1 system is grounded. All Titan units
are equipped with a grounding lug. A Grounding Clamp, Part No.
101-208 and Ground Wire, Part No. 101-212 should be used to
connect the unit to a true earth ground. These accessories can
be ordered from your local distributor.
Loosen the grounding screw. Insert one end of the grounding
wire to a true earth ground. Check local electrical regulations to
detailed grounding instructions.
General Description
Titan PowrTex model 15:1 is suitable for most textures and
mastics. The slow stroking hard chrome pump resists wear from
coarse aggregates. Titan’s StediFlo™ control minimizes pulsing
and prevents material flow until atomizing air is turned on.
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PowrTex 15:1 Assemblies
Pump Assembly
4
1
2
5
3
6
Item Part #
1
542-015
2
539-015
3
239-400
4
525-555
5
928-509
6
174-565
174-557
Not pictured:
590-301
Setup Instructions
Description
Quantity
Air hose assembly, 1/2” x 14”....................1
Hose assembly, 1/4” x 22”.........................1
Drum clamp assembly (drum mount)........1
Motor assembly.........................................1
StediFlo™ air control assembly.................1
Pump assembly (cart mount).....................1
Pump assembly, (drum mount).................1
1. Attach 1/2” x 50 ft air hose (supplied) from air regulator to
gun.
2. Attach 3/4” x 50 ft fluid hose (supplied) from StediFlo™
Material Valve to gun.
3. Attach a 1/2” minimum air hose (not supplied) from
compressor to inlet of StediFlo™ Air Valve.
NOTE: See specifications for compressor air
requirements.
NOTE: Do not use more than 200 ft (61m) of air or fluid
hose.
Cart assembly, cart mount.........................1
Pole Gun Assembly
3
Item
1
2
3
Part #
701-802
450-034
550-112
2
1
Description
Quantity
Heavy material pole gun w/ 3/8” nozzle....1
Fluid hose assembly, 3/4” x 50’.................1
Air hose assembly, 1/2” x 50’....................1
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Fluid Pump Assemblies, 174-557 (drum) and 174-565 (cart)
1
2
Service Instructions
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
15
17
IMPORTANT: USE OF NON-TITAN MANUFACTURED
SERVICE PARTS MAY VOID WARRANTY.
Disassembly
5.
6.
7.
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Item Part #
1
239-103
2
862-701
3
866-601
4
175-981
0533202
5
176-918
6
176-006
7
174-903
8
175-001
9
176-005
10
173-932
239-933
11
239-004
12
866-601
13
173-130
14
920-103
15
0507512
16
176-919
17
174-922
18
174-001
19
138-036
20
173-134
21
742-223
22
173-132
23
173-136
24
314-180
25
173-133
26
174-990
27
0507511
173-051
173-502
173-503
8.
Disconnect Upper Connecting Rod (1).
Remove lower stanchion nuts and washers.
Remove pump assembly from air motor.
Hold pump block (7) in vise, and remove pump cylinder
(10) with foot valve intact.
Pull displacement rod (4) down and remove from the pump
block.
Hold displacement rod (4) in vise and remove piston seat
(17), packing set (15), ball (14), and piston body (13).
Hold foot valve (23) in vise and unthread pump cylinder
(10). Remove O-ring (18, 21) and disassemble foot valve
(23) by removing retainer ring (27) to release valve seat
(26), O-ring (25) and ball (24).
Remove packing nut (5) with wear ring (6) and upper
packing set (8).
Reassembly
1. Replace packing set (8) into pump block (7). Apex of
packings (8) should point toward air motor.
2. Replace packing set (15) and washer (16) onto piston
body (13).
3. Put piston ball (14) into piton body and thread piston seat
(17) up to piston body to full tight position. NOTE: Place
blue Loctite on threads of piston seat (17).
4. Thread piston body (13) onto displacement rod or lower
connecting rod (11) on 55 gallon models.
5. Insert displacement rod (4) through pump block (7).
Replace wear ring (6) on packing nut (5). Push packing
nut (5) over displacement rod (4) and fasten to pump block
(7).
Description
Quantity
Rod, connecting........................................1
Nut, jam.....................................................1
Nut, jam.....................................................1
Rod, displacement (cart mount)................1
Rod, displacement (drum mount)
Nut, packing..............................................1
Wear, ring..................................................1
Block, pump...............................................1
Packing set, upper.....................................1
Gasket, nylon............................................1
Cylinder, 5 gallon (cart mount)..................1
Cylinder, 55 gallon (drum mount)..............1
Rod, lower connecting (drum mount only).1
Nut, jam (drum mount only).......................1
Body, piston...............................................1
Ball, SS......................................................1
Packing set, cup........................................2
Washer, SS...............................................1
Seat, piston...............................................1
O-ring, PTFE.............................................1
Ring, retainer.............................................1
Ring, ball stop............................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
Pin, ball stop..............................................1
Body, foot valve.........................................1
Ball, SS......................................................1
O-ring, PTFE.............................................1
Seat, foot valve..........................................1
Ring, retainer.............................................1
Service kit, minor (includes items 6, 8-9,
14-16, 18, 21, 24-25)
Service kit, major, drum mount (includes
items 4, 10, 17, 23 and minor service kit
173-051).
Service kit, major, cart mount (includes
items 4, 10, 17, 23 and minor service kit
173-051).
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2.
3.
4.
NOTE: Do not over-tighten packing nut (5). Tighten
sufficiently to prevent leakage.
6. Install nylon gasket (9) in pump block (7) followed by the
pump cylinder (10).
7. Insert PTFE O-ring (18) into pump cylinder (10).
IMPORTANT: Do not put this O-ring (18) on the foot valve in
reassembly.
8. Drop the foot valve ball (24) into foot valve (23) and
replace O-ring and foot valve seat (16) followed by the
retainer ring (27). Place rubber O-ring (21) on foot valve.
9. Thread foot valve into pump cylinder to full clockwise
position and tighten.
10. Attach pump to stanchions (see air motor sheet) and
replace washers and nuts and tighten.
11. Connect upper connecting rod (1) to air motor.
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PowrTex 15:1 Assemblies
Pump Assembly
16
17
32
18
1
38
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
2
8
9
3
4
5
10
14
15
13
34
28
35
11
12
Part #
525-028
525-967
742-905
742-001
738-213
138-340
925-103
858-611
101-205
858-660
525-017
742-913
742-223
525-943
432-629
858-812
738-218
740-925
738-224
740-985
27
6
7
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
33
Description
Quantity
Bolt............................................................4
Cylinder head............................................1
Trip spring..................................................2
O-ring.........................................................2
Trip spring..................................................2
Valve ball...................................................2
Adaptor......................................................2
Stop nut.....................................................2
Ground lug.................................................1
Bolt............................................................2
Elbow, 45º.................................................1
Valve sleeve..............................................1
O-ring.........................................................4
Air line........................................................1
Elbow, 90º.................................................1
Elastic stop nut..........................................1
Upper valve keeper...................................1
Air valve.....................................................1
Valve O-ring...............................................2
Lower valve keeper...................................1
Item
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
6
29
30
31
37
36
Part #
742-011
742-223
890-114
742-018
738-985
742-005
743-011
525-987
525-016
743-227
738-937
525-004
525-952
738-021
525-977
138-007
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818-001
Description
Quantity
Bushing.....................................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
Retainer clip...............................................1
Piston nut..................................................1
Piston washer............................................1
Valve rod assembly...................................1
Piston.........................................................1
Piston O-ring..............................................1
Valve trip collar..........................................1
Piston rod..................................................1
Gasket.......................................................2
Cylinder.....................................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
Motor base.................................................1
Coupling nut..............................................1
Jam nuts....................................................6
Elbow, 90º.................................................1
525-942
743-012
525-051
525-501
Air line assembly - includes item 16, and
Ferrule (Qty 2), Part # 432-644 and
Compression nut (Qty 2), Part# 432-645.
Ferrule and compression nut are
components of items 13 and 17).
Valve spring and rod assembly (includes
items 18, 29 and 32)
Motor service kit, minor (includes items
4-6, 15, 18, 21, 24-25, 31, 34, and 36)
Motor service kit, major (includes items 14,
19-20, 22, 29, and 32)
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Air Motor Assembly Service Instructions
Reassembly procedure
Wash all replaceable parts thoroughly with kerosene and
lubricate with Lubri-Plate or similar non-water soluble grease.
For routine servicing, use new parts from #525-051 Air Motor
Service Kit. For major overhaul, replace all parts contained in
the 525-501 Air Motor Service Kit. Inspect all other parts for
abnormal wear or damage and replace if necessary.
Service Procedure
This Air Motor requires a normal maintenance and service
inspection at 1500 hours usage. Service procedure includes
replacement of the Motor Service Kit, Minor # 525-051 listed
below. It is suggested that one Motor Service Kit, Major # 525501 (which includes the minor kit) be kept on hand for normal
maintenance and emergency repairs.
1. Install new O-ring (34) into motor base (37) and new
O-rings (24, 25) into bushing (23). Use care to avoid
damaging O-rings and make sure they are properly seated
in the O-ring grooves.
2. Place valve trip collar (32) into piston (30). Replace piston
nut (27) and piston washer (28).
3. Screw piston rod (33) into piston (30). Replace piston nut
(27) and piston washer (28).
4. Install piston O-ring (31) into piston (30).
5. Place new gasket (34) into position in motor base (37).
6. Place piston assemble (30, 33) into motor base (37). Use
care not to damage O-ring (36).
7. Place new valve O-rings (21) on air valve (20).
8. Mount air valve assembly (20) onto valve rod assembly
(29), followed by lower valve keeper (22), air valve (20),
and upper valve keeper (22) which should be threaded
down on air valve hand-tight, and then loosened
approximately 1/4 turn or .009” gap. Place wrench on
flats of valve rod (29) and hold to prevent valve rod from
turning. Thread stop nut (18) down on valve rod (29) to
lock upper valve keeper (22) in position. Be sure upper
valve keeper (22) does not change position.
9. Grease inside of cylinder (35) and work cylinder down over
piston gently in order to avoid damage to piston O-ring
(31).
10. Install new O-rings (15) on valve sleeve (14). Grease
valve sleeve and install into cylinder head (2) to large
holes in the valve sleeve line up with trip retainer holes in
the cylinder head (2). Put one trip retainer (3) with O-ring
(4) into cylinder head (2) without ball (6) or trip spring (5)
and hold in position temporarily with locking bolt (12) and
stop nut (10).
11. Place new gasket (34) into position in cylinder head and
hold with grease.
12. Carefully position air valve assembly (20) up into cylinder
head (2).
13. Push bushing (23) into bottom of cylinder head (2)
sufficiently to permit installation of retainer clip.
14. To install trip spring retainer (3), be sure one of the detents
of air valve (20) is properly lined up with hole in cylinder
head (2). Place O-ring (4) onto remaining trip spring
retainer (3). Install valve ball (6) followed by trip spring (5)
and trip spring retainer (3) into hole in cylinder head (2).
Lock into position with bolt (12) and stop nut (10).
15. Remove opposite trip spring retainer (3) and repeat step
#14.
16. Connect air line (16) to elbows (13, 17).
17. Replace bolts (1) and jam nuts (7). Always tighten nuts
180 degrees apart in order to obtain proper and even
compression. Do not over-tighten.
18. Place wrench on the flats of the piston rod (33) and
connect pump connecting rod.
Warranty Information
This Air Motor is covered by the standard Titan Warranty against
defective material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year.
This warranty excludes expendable parts such as gaskets,
O-rings, and rubber parts which will deteriorate with normal wear.
Warranty card must be returned. See reference to use Automatic
Lubricator or daily lubrication.
Warranty will not be extended for damage to any parts resulting
from failure to operate or maintain the equipment according to the
instructions and routine maintenance recommendations.
Maintenance
The 525 Air Motor should be served with moisture-free air if
possible, and for this, a water trap such as Titan model 141157 is recommended. For use under very cold and humid air
conditions coupled with high speed and high operating pressure,
a Moisture Separator and an Automatic Lubricator may be
necessary to avoid icing. Air Line Filter / Moisture Separator
should be drained as needed.
Fill Automatic Lubricator, part # 151-155, with AirCare™ Air
Motor Lubricant, part # 311-101. Automatic Lubricator should be
set to provide one drop every 90-125 cycles. In cold weather,
when icing may occur, increase to one drop every 50-60 cycles.
Disassembly Procedure
1. Disconnect air line (23) from elbow (13) and elbow (17).
2. Remove locking bolts and stop nuts (10, 12), the trip
spring retainers (3), O-rings (4), trip springs (5) and valve
balls from both sides of the cylinder head (2).
3. Remove four jam nuts (7) and four bolts (1).
4. With piston (30) in down position, place wrench on flats
of piston rod (33) and disconnect piston rod from pump
connecting rod.
5. With piston (30) at top of stroke, raise cylinder head (2)
and remove retainer clip (26). Lift off cylinder head (2).
Valve sleeve (14) may pull out of cylinder head. If so, lift
valve sleeve (14) off separately.
6. Remove stop nut (18) and then unthread upper valve
keeper (19).
7. Remove air valve (20) followed by lower valve keeper (22)
and bushing (23).
8. If valve sleeve is still in cylinder head, leave it there unless
it is necessary to change O-rings. To remove, insert head
of bolt (1) into large hole in valve sleeve (14) and pull it out
very carefully.
9. Remove cylinder (35).
10. Remove piston rod (33) and piston from motor base (37).
11. Secure piston (30) in vise and remove piston nut (27) and
piston washer (28).
12. Remove valve rod assembly (29) and valve trip collar (32).
13. Unscrew piston rod (33) from piston (30).
14. Remove O-ring (31) from piston (30).
15. Remove O-rings (24, 25) from bushing (23) and O-ring
(36) from motor base (37).
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StediFlo™ Air Control Assembly
Installation Instructions
There are three control devices on the PowrTex Air Assembly (Part # 928-509), two conventional air regulators X and Z, and a surge
control StediFlo™ Valve W, which requires adjustment. Air regulator Z provides atomizing air, from the right hand outlet the StediFlo™
Valve W to the air motor. Air motor pressure usually ranges from 10-40 psi.
W
Air outlet connection
(hose to gun)
X (controls air
to air motor)
Z (controls air
to spray gun)
Y
Inlet connection from
compressor (see
Specifications)
The 950-556 StediFlo™ is a surge control valve which disconnects the air pressure to the motor whenever the atomizing air flow to the
gun is stopped by releasing the spray gun trigger. The removal of the air pressure to the motor prevents further pressure build in the
fluid hose line and avoids a surge of high pressure material when the gun is opened.
The StediFlo™ Valve has an adjustment screw which will ensure that the spray gun and air motor will receive enough air pressure for
proper operation.
Set atomizing air regulator (Z) to desired atomizing level (i.e. 40 PSI). Adjust the knurled adjustment screw by turning it all the way
down (clockwise), open spray gun fluid valve and back off knurled adjustment screw until the valve stem of StediFlo™ valve is
approximately flush in the cover at point (Y), indicating the diaphragm has moved. Set motor air regulator (X) to lowest setting needed
to supply materials to the gun. Operation of the gun will actuate the air motor.
The 951-556 material valve is installed at the pump outlet. The instant the spray gun fluid valve is opened, the StediFlo™ valve
releases air to the motor and closes the material vent. When the spray gun trigger is released, the motor stops and the vent opens,
permitting the line pressure to discharge material back into the drum.
Coating materials vary widely in spray ability. See air data sheet for air cap and nozzle selection. Texture products will pump more
easily when particles are well-mixed and kept in suspension by agitation or other means.
After refilling the reservoir, the Automatic Lubricator will need adjusting. Turn the adjusting screw clockwise to increase the AirCare™
injection rate and counterclockwise to decrease it. Check the injection rate by observing the flow through the sight dome. The proper
flow rate is one (1) drop of AirCare™ per minute or every 90-125 cycles. In cold weather when icing may occur, increase to one (1)
drop every 50-60 cycles.
Operation at very high cycle rates (i.e. greater than 60) will require a higher AirCare™ injection rate.
IMPORTANT: Use only Titan AirCare™ part # 311-101 lubricant. Use of any detergent-type lubricants will cause a serious
problem with the pump and void the warranty.
Operation Instructions
The 950 StediFlo™ is a surge control valve which disconnects the air pressure to the motor whenever the atomizing air flow to the gun
is stopped by releasing the spray gun trigger. The removal of air pressure to the motor prevents further pressure build in the fluid hose
line and avoids a surge of high pressure material when the gun is opened.
The 951 Material Valve is installed at the pump outlet. The instant the spray gun trigger is depressed, the 950 Valve releases air to the
motor and if a 951 Material Valve is in the system, the material valve is closed. When the spray gun trigger is released, the motor stops
and the valve opens, permitting the line pressure to discharge material back into the drum
The 950 StediFlo™ Valve has an adjustment screw which will ensure that the spray gun and air motor will receive enough air pressure
for proper operation. When air is connected and the atomizing air regulator is adjusted to the atomizing pressure required (usually
40-80 PSI), adjust the 950-203 Adjustment Screw by turning it all the way down (clockwise), open spray gun and back off adjustment
screw until the stem of 950-218 is approximately flush to cover at point A, indicating the diaphragm has moved.
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Air Valve Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
Item
1
2
3
4
5
Part #
950-556
227-100
112-204
921-712
818-003
Description
Quantity
Air valve, StediFlo™..................................1
Air gauge...................................................2
Nipple, 1/2” x 1 1/2”...................................2
Air regulator...............................................2
Elbow, 90º.................................................1
Material Valve Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Part #
539-015
827-140
810-555
951-556
818-003
138-037
819-005
Description
Quantity
Hose assembly, 22”...................................1
Quick-connect............................................1
Elbow, 90º.................................................1
Material valve............................................1
Elbow, 90º.................................................1
Swivel adapter...........................................1
Pipe...........................................................1
Automatic Lubricator
1
2
3
4
Item
1
2
3
4
Part #
814-007
940-561
830-564
151-155
Description
Quantity
3/4” hex nipple...........................................2
Shut-off valve............................................1
Elbow, 90º.................................................1
Lubricator assembly..................................1
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StediFlo™ Air Valve Service Kit (950-051)
StediFlo™ Valve (950-556)
21
3
24
18
20
16
22
16
Part #
234-702
858-812
950-205
950-212
950-216
541-016
950-239
4
Description
Quantity
O-ring.........................................................2
Elastic stop nut..........................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
Lower valve seat.......................................1
Upper valve seat.......................................1
Pin.............................................................1
Diaphragm.................................................1
14
15
17
19
23
11
Material Valve Service Kit (951-051)
12
13
6
1
7
2
9
10
8
5
Part #
858-002
951-002
951-006
951-007
951-011
951-012
951-013
951-014
951-016
951-017
Description
Quantity
Lock washer, 1/4”......................................1
Washer......................................................1
Gasket.......................................................1
Set screw...................................................1
O-ring, PTFE.............................................1
Pan head screw, 1/4”................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
O-ring 033..................................................1
PTFE ball seal...........................................1
Gasket.......................................................1
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Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Part #
858-002
210-023
234-250
234-702
858-625
858-812
950-031
950-203
950-204
950-205
950-209
950-212
950-214
950-218
950-216
950-217
950-215
950-220
541-016
950-222
950-223
950-239
950-907
950-917
Description
Quantity
Lock washer, 1/4”......................................4
Plug, 1/2”...................................................1
Copper washer..........................................6
O-ring.........................................................2
Cap screw and nut....................................4
Elastic stop nut..........................................1
Bracket......................................................1
Needle valve..............................................1
Valve adaptor............................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
Filter screen...............................................1
Lower valve seat.......................................1
Seat retainer..............................................1
Shaft, pilot.................................................1
Upper valve seat.......................................1
Diaphragm support....................................2
Extension, pilot shaft.................................1
Spring........................................................1
Pin.............................................................1
Pilot shaft nut.............................................1
Screw, 1/4” x 1/4”......................................6
Diphragm...................................................2
Central housing.........................................1
Diaphragm cover.......................................1
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Material Valve (951-556)
12
20
17
18
2
15
19
14
1
10
16
9
4
5
8
6
7
13
3
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
11
Part #
858-002
138-340
951-001
951-017
951-003
951-004
951-005
951-006
951-007
951-008
951-009
951-010
951-011
858-620
951-013
951-014
951-016
951-002
951-907
951-917
Description
Quantity
Lock washer, 1/4”......................................1
Ball, stainless.............................................1
Piston spring..............................................1
Gasket.......................................................1
Valve seat..................................................1
Spacer.......................................................1
Piston rod..................................................1
Gasket.......................................................1
Set screw...................................................1
Piston.........................................................1
Fluid body plug..........................................1
Packing nut................................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
Pan head screw, 1/4”................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
O-ring.........................................................1
Seat, PTFE................................................1
Washer......................................................1
Valve body.................................................1
Valve body cap..........................................1
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Pole Guns, Mastic, Air Atomizing, 701 Series
4
3
2
1
5
9
8
7
6
10
11
12
13
14
Models
Item
Part No.
Description
701-302
701-402
701-802
1
701-602
Retainer ring (for slotted caps)
Optional
Optional
Optional
2
701-616
Air cap, 3/16”, slotted
Optional
2
701-617
Air cap, 1/4”, slotted
2
701-619
Air cap, 3/8”, slotted
2
701-620
Air cap, 3/16”, round
2
701-621
Air cap, 1/4”, round
2
701-622
Air cap, 3/8”, round
Optional
Optional
x
x
x
3
701-626
Fluid nozzle, 3/16”
3
701-624
Fluid nozzle, 1/4”
3
701-628
Fluid nozzle, 3/8”
4
701-968
Gun head
x
x
x
5
103-402
Tube, air, 1/4” x 1/4”
x
x
x
6
103-517
Tube, fluid, 3/4” x 17”
x
x
x
7
701-916
Clamp, threaded
x
x
x
8
701-914
Clamp, drilled
x
x
x
9
701-905
Flat head screw
x
x
x
10
929-061
Bushing
x
x
x
11
940-553
Air valve, 1/4”
x
x
x
12
814-003
Adaptor
x
x
x
13
940-558
Material valve, 3/4”
x
x
x
14
138-037
Swivel adaptor
x
x
x
12
x
x
x
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Pole Guns Operation
Independent controls are provided for air and fluid. Those
controls will give positive shut-off or may be used for throttling
flow for full control of spray. Accordingly, a small amount of fluid
and air permit spot application and control at roof edges and
around masked areas. Fully opened valves allow maximum
production on open areas.
NOTE: Air valve (11) must be opened or closed to
activate the StediFlo™ valve. If material valve
(13) is closed and the air valve is left open, the
pump will not stop until pressure builds. The
resultant surge when the material valve is opened
will give a momentary quantity of excessive
material.
Maintenance
A faulty spray may be caused by dried material around the fluid
nozzle or the air cap. Soak in thinners to soften and remove with
brush or cloth. Never use metal objects to clean the air cap or
fluid nozzle. Should either become damaged or worn, they must
be replaced to obtain a perfect spray.
Intermittent spray may be caused by dirt between the fluid nozzle
seat and the gun head, or a loose nozzle. To correct, remove
the fluid nozzle and clean seating surfaces with thinners and refit
nozzle tightly.
Specifications
Type of work
Nominal air
consumption
Air
pressure
cfm
1/m
psi
atm
Air cap
Part No.
Fluid nozzle
Spray
Mastics, Textures,
Fibrated Coatings
Fireproofing, Ingulation
5-15
5-15
142-426
142-426
40-80
40-80
3 - 5.5
3 - 5.5
701-620
701-616
701-626 3/16”- 4.75mm
701-626 3/16”- 4.75mm
Round
Flat
As above but capable
of higher speed of
application
10-20
10-20
284-528
284-528
40-80
40-80
3 - 5.5
3 - 5.5
701-621
701-617
701-624 1/4”- 6.3mm
701-624 1/4”- 6.3mm
Round
Flat
As above but capable
of higher speed of
application
15-25
15-25
426-710
426-710
40-80
40-80
3 - 5.5
3 - 5.5
701-622
701-619
701-628 3/8”- 9.5mm
701-628 3/8”- 9.5mm
Round
Flat
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Miscellaneous Parts Lists
Accessories
Cart Assembly (590-301)
Nozzles - Air Cap Slotted*
2
3
15
8
9
7
14
13
1
4
Part #
701-618
701-617
701-619
Size
3/16” (4.76 mm)
1/4” (8.35 mm)
3/8” (9.52 mm)
*requires retainer ring 701-082
5
6
12
11
10
Nozzles - Air Cap round
Part #
701-620
701-621
701-622
Size
3/16” (4.76 mm)
1/4” (8.35 mm)
3/8” (9.52 mm)
Nozzles - Fluid nozzle
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Part #
590-201
935-014
590-350
862-410
862-001
862-472
590-131
360-515
219-363
860-001
860-502
590-353
670-105
870-003
590-100
Description
Quantity
Handle.......................................................1
Cap, end....................................................2
Frame, cart................................................2
Nut...........................................................10
Washer....................................................14
Screw.......................................................10
Bracket......................................................1
Screw.........................................................4
Plate..........................................................1
Washer, flat...............................................4
Nut.............................................................4
Axle............................................................1
Wheel........................................................2
Washer......................................................2
Retaining ring............................................2
14
Part #
701-626
701-624
701-628
Size
3/16” (4.76 mm)
1/4” (8.35 mm)
3/8” (9.52 mm)
Optional Mounting Hardware
Part #
239-001
Size
Bung adapter
Hose Assemblies
Part #
450-034
Size
3/4” x 50’ (15.2 m) 1800 psi (124.1 BAR)
Air Hose Assemblies
Part #
550-112
Pole Guns
Part #
701-302
701-402
701-802
Size
1/2” x 50’ (15.2 m)
Length
2 ft (61 cm)
2 ft (61 cm)
2 ft (61 cm)
Fluid Nozzle
3/16” (4.76 mm)
1/4” (6.35 mm)
3/8” (9.52 mm)
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
1. Lower foot valve ball is not seating due to
trash or wear.
Solution
2. Material too viscous to siphon.
3. Air leaking in on siphon side or damaged
siphon hose. Siphon may be too small for
heavy material.
4. Upper packing nut (if applicable) is loose
or upper packings are worn.
1. Upper ball is not seating due to trash or
wear.
2. Lower packing set is worn.
1. Material container is empty or material is
too thick to flow through siphon hose.
2. Bottom ball stuck to foot valve seat.
3. Siphon hose is kinked or loose.
1. Loose connections. Bleed valve is open
partially or bleed valve is worn. Lower
packing set is worn.
2. Upper and/or lower ball not seating.
1. Spray tip is worn.
2. Compressor (air operated units only) too
small. Outlet filter or gun filter is clogged.
3. Low voltage and/or inadequate amperage.
4. Hose size or length is too small or too long
1. Solvent has caused upper packing to
swell, or packing is too tight.
G. Motor stops at top or bottom
of stroke – air does not
exhaust when gun is open.
1. Tighten connection.
1. Piston rod is loose where it connects to the fluid section.
2. Trip springs or valve spring broken.
3. Motor is frozen due to icing or lack of
lubrication.
H. Motor stops, blows air from
exhaust when gun is open.
1. See above
2. Air valve is dead stall position.
3. O-rings are worn or damaged.
1. See above.
2. Remove one trip spring retainer, trip spring and ball.
Push spool valve up or down, lubricate, reassemble
and restart.
3. Install minor service kit and follow instructions in
General Maintenance and Service section of manual.
4. If dust or dirt is found inside motor, check air supply
for contamination.
A. Pump delivers on upstroke
only or goes up slowly and
down fast (commonly called
down stroke dive.
B. Pump delivers on down stroke only or goes up fast and down
slowly.
C. Pump moves up and down
fast, not delivering material.
D. Pump moves up and down
slowly when spray gun is shut
off.
E. Not enough fluid pressure at
gun.
F. Pump chatters on up or down
stroke.
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1. Remove foot valve assembly. Clean and inspect.
Test foot valve by filling with water. If ball fails to
seal the seat, replace the ball.
2. Thin material – contact manufacturer for proper
thinning procedures.
3. Tighten all connections between pump and paint
container. If damaged, replace. Switch to bigger
siphon set.
4. If tightening upper packing nut does not correct,
change upper packings.
1. Check upper seal and ball with water. If ball fails to
seal the seat, replace.
2. Replace packing kit if worn.
1. Refill with new material. If too thick, remove siphon
hose and immerse pump or add thinner to material.
Change to bigger siphon set. Open bleed valve to
remove air and restart pump.
2. Remove foot valve. Clean ball and seat.
3. Straighten.
1. Check all connections between pump and gun.
Tighten as necessary. If material is flowing
from bleed hose, close bleed valve or replace if
necessary. Should none of above be evident,
change lower packing.
2. Reseat balls by cleaning.
1. Replace.
2. Clean or replace filter. Recommend proper hose
size and/or air compressor size.
3. Check electrical service. Correct as required.
4. Increase hose size to minimize pressure drop though
hose and/or reduce hose lengths.
1. Back off upper packing nut 1/4 turn (if applicable)
and restart pump. Repeat if necessary.
2. Inspect and replace where necessary.
3. Add Air Motor Lubricant, AirCare™ (Part # 311-011)
to manual oiler. If condition persists, install moisture
separator and automatic lubricator.
Warranty
Titan Tool, Inc., (“Titan”) warrants that at the time of delivery to the original purchaser for use (“End User”), the equipment covered by this warranty is free from
defects in material and workmanship. With the exception of any special, limited, or extended warranty published by Titan, Titan’s obligation under this warranty
is limited to replacing or repairing without charge those parts which, to Titan’s reasonable satisfaction, are shown to be defective within twelve (12) months after
sale to the End User. This warranty applies only when the unit is installed and operated in accordance with the recommendations and instructions of Titan.
This warranty does not apply in the case of damage or wear caused by abrasion, corrosion or misuse, negligence, accident, faulty installation, substitution of
non-Titan component parts, or tampering with the unit in a manner to impair normal operation.
Defective parts are to be returned to an authorized Titan sales/service outlet. All transportation charges, including return to the factory, if necessary, are to be
borne and prepaid by the End User. Repaired or replaced equipment will be returned to the End User transportation prepaid.
THERE IS NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY. TITAN HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. THE DURATION OF ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHICH CANNOT BE DISCLAIMED IS LIMITED TO THE TIME PERIOD SPECIFIED IN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. IN NO CASE
SHALL TITAN LIABILITY EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE. LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES
UNDER ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES IS EXCLUDED TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.
TITAN MAKES NO WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
WITH RESPECT TO ACCESSORIES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS OR COMPONENTS SOLD BUT NOT MANUFACTURED BY TITAN. THOSE ITEMS SOLD,
BUT NOT MANUFACTURED BY TITAN (SUCH AS GAS ENGINES, SWITCHES, HOSES, ETC.) ARE SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY, IF ANY, OF THEIR
MANUFACTURER. TITAN WILL PROVIDE THE PURCHASER WITH REASONABLE ASSISTANCE IN MAKING ANY CLAIM FOR BREACH OF THESE
WARRANTIES.
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are available on Titan’s website or by calling Customer Service.
United States Sales & Service
Phone: 1-800-526-5362
Fax: 1-800-528-4826
1770 Fernbrook Lane
Minneapolis, MN 55447
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International
international@titantool.com
Fax: 1-763-519-3509
1770 Fernbrook Lane
Minneapolis, MN 55447
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