Owner’s Manual
For professional use only
Do not use this equipment before reading this manual!
PowrLiner 6000
Model Numbers:
1 Gun
2 Gun
759-600
759-601
NOTE: This manual contains important warnings
and instructions. Please read and retain
for reference.
Printed in the U. S. A.
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Table of Contents
The PowrLiner 6000 is equipped with Speeflo's exclusive and
patented Severe Service 500™ fluid pump. This technology will
give you significantly longer rod, cylinder, and packing life than
any other sprayer built in the world. This double ball piston
pump employs a dependable and durable time-tested design. All
pumps use an exclusive thick hard chrome plating on rod and
cylinder parts. This patented plating process is harder than
nitralloy, stainless steel, or hard chrome used by any other paint
pump manufacturer and much more abrasion resistant. Highly
polished parts reduce friction, extend packing life, and avoid
damage from corrosion and abrasion. More than 100,000 of
these pumps are in operation around the world.
PowrLiner 6000 offers other cost saving features:
• Freeze-proof pressure control
• Choice of power — gas, electric, or both
• Tungsten carbide valve seats
• Self-adjusting packings
• Exclusive hand-tight swivel foot valve
• Large capacity inline paint filter
• Waterborne compatible
• "Floating Ball" pressure bleed valve
• 5 gallon siphon hose and bleed line assemblies are standard
You have made an excellent choice. We know you will be
pleased with your new PowrLiner. Thanks again for selecting
Speeflo. We appreciate your business.
Introduction ................................................................................2
Gasoline Engine Safety .............................................................3
Safety Warnings .........................................................................2
Español ...................................................................................11
Français ..................................................................................13
Setup ...........................................................................................7
Fueling.........................................................................................7
Startup .........................................................................................8
Cleanup .......................................................................................8
Maintenance................................................................................9
Airless Tip Selection ................................................................10
Troubleshooting .................................................................10–13
Airless Gun .............................................................................10
Spray Patterns ........................................................................11
Hydraulic Motors.....................................................................13
Fluid Pumps............................................................................13
Parts Lists and Service Instructions ................................13–27
Main Assembly — Gas Models ..............................................13
Power Convertokits...........................................................14–15
Cart Assembly.........................................................................16
Hydraulic System....................................................................17
Hydraulic Motor.................................................................18–20
Fluid Pump........................................................................20–21
Inlet Accessories.....................................................................22
Outlet Accessories ..................................................................23
Second Gun Assembly Complete.....................................24–25
Trigger Assembly ....................................................................26
Line Pointer.............................................................................26
SAE O-Ring Fitting Installation ...............................................27
Key Accessories & Service Kits .............................................27
Athletic Field Marking Kit/Turf Kit ...........................................27
Warranty ....................................................................................28
Safety Precautions
This manual contains information that must be read and
understood before using the equipment. When you come to an
area that has one of the following symbols, pay particular
attention and make certain to heed the safeguard.
Introduction
WARNING
Congratulations on having selected the finest airless sprayer
available in the world. Speeflo piston pumps are tireless
workhorses — so tough they are virtually indestructible, even
under the most severe service. Speeflo designs and builds
equipment with superior quality and reliability. Equipment that
will last for years with minimal maintenance and downtime. This
equipment will make you money year after year. We thank you
for your purchase and welcome you to our large and growing
family of Speeflo users.
The unique ability of this PowrLiner to operate with either gas or
electric power provides you with the flexibility to work indoors or
outside where no electricity is available.
Hydraulic drive makes possible the longest stroke and slowest
cycling pumps in the industry, which translates into low
maintenance and longer life. Electric units operate quietly with
no motor starting and stopping.
This symbol indicates a potential hazard that may cause
serious injury or loss of life. Important safety information
will follow.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates a potential hazard to you or to the
equipment. Important information that tells how to prevent
damage to the equipment or how to avoid causes of minor
injuries will follow.
NOTE: Notes give important information that should
be given special attention.
WARNING
HAZARD: Injection injury - A high pressure stream
produced by this equipment can pierce the skin
and underlying tissues, leading to serious injury
and possible amputation. See a physician
immediately.
DO NOT TREAT AN INJECTION INJURY AS A SIMPLE CUT!
Injection can lead to amputation. See a physician
immediately.
The maximum operating range of the gun is 3300 PSI /
228BAR fluid pressure.
PREVENTION:
• NEVER aim the gun at any part of the body.
• NEVER allow any part of the body to touch the fluid stream.
DO NOT allow body to touch a leak in the fluid hose.
• NEVER put your hand in front of the gun. Gloves will not
provide protection against an injection injury.
• ALWAYS lock the gun trigger, shut the pump off, and release all
pressure before servicing, cleaning the tip or guard, changing
tip, or leaving unattended. Pressure will not be released by
turning off the motor. The PRIME/SPRAY knob must be turned
to PRIME to relieve the pressure. Refer to the PRESSURE
RELIEF PRESSURE described in the pump manual.
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• ALWAYS keep the tip guard in place while spraying. The tip
guard provides some protection but is mainly a warning
device.
• ALWAYS remove the spray tip before flushing or clleaning
the system.
• The paint hose can develop leaks from wear, kinking and
abuse. A leak can inject material into the skin. Inspect the
hose before each use.
• NEVER use a spray gun without a trigger lock and trigger
guard in place and in good working order.
• All accessories must be rated at or above 3300 PSI / 228
BAR. This includes spray tips, guns, extensions, and hose.
HAZARD: EXPLOSION HAZARD DUE TO INCOMPATIBLE
MATERIALS - Will cause severe injury or property
damage.
PREVENTION:
• Do not use materials containing bleach or chlorine.
• Do not use halogenated hydrocarbon solvents such as
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: HAZARDOUS VAPORS - Paints, solvents,
insecticides, and other materials can be harmful
if inhaled or come in contact with the body.
Vapors can cause severe nausea, fainting, or
poisoning.
PREVENTION:
• Use a respirator or mask if vapors can be inhaled. Read all
instructions supplied with the mask to be sure it will provide
the necessary protection.
• Wear protective eyewear.
• Wear protective clothing as required by coating
manufacturer.
HAZARD: GENERAL - This product can cause severe injury
or property damage.
PREVENTION:
• Read all instructions and safety precautions before operating
equipment.
• Always disconnect the motor from the power supply before
working on the equipment (electric models only).
• Follow all appropriate local, state, and national codes
governing ventilation, fire prevention, and operation.
• The United States Government Safety Standards have been
adopted under the Occupational Safety and Health Act
(OSHA). These standards, particularly part 1910 of the
General Standards and part 1926 of the Construction
Standards should be consulted.
• 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 pump
manufacturer.
• Before each use, check all hoses for cuts, leaks, abrasion
or bulging of cover. Check for damage or movement of
couplings. Immediately replace the hose if any of these
conditions exist. Never repair a paint hose. Replace it with
another grounded high-pressure hose.
• All hoses, swivels, guns, and accessories must be pressure
rated at or above 3300PSI/228 BAR.
• Do not spray outdoors on windy days.
• Wear clothing to keep paint off skin and hair.
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN:
Injection into the skin is a traumatic injury. It is
important to treat the injury as soon as possible. DO
NOT delay treatment to research toxicity. Toxicity is a
concern with some coatings injected directly into the
blood stream. Consultation with a plastic surgeon or
reconstructive hand surgeon may be advisable.
HAZARD: EXPLOSION OR FIRE - Solvent and paint fumes
can explode or ignite. Severe injury and/or
property damage can occur.
PREVENTION:
• Provide extensive exhaust and fresh air introduction to keep
the air within the spray area free from accumulation of
flammable vapors.
• Avoid all ignition sources such as static electric sparks, open
flames, pilot lights, and hot objects. Connecting or
disconnecting power cords or working light switches can
make sparks.
• Do not smoke in spray area.
• Fire extinguisher must be present and in good working
order.
• Place paint pump in a well ventilated area. Flammable
vapors are often heavier than air. Floor area must be
extremely well ventilated. The paint pump contains arcing
parts that emit spark and can ignite vapors.
• The equipment and objects in and around the spray area
must be properly grounded to prevent static sparks.
• 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
(electric models only).
• 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.
• Use extreme caution when using materials with a flashpoint
below 70° F (21° C). 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.
GAS ENGINE (WHERE APPLICABLE)
Always place pump outside of structure in fresh air. Keep all
solvents away from the engine exhaust. Never fill fuel tank with
a running or hot engine. Hot surface can ignite spilled fuel.
Always attach ground wire from pump unit to a grounded object,
such as a metal water pipe. Refer to engine owner’s manual for
complete safety information.
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Grounding Instructions
Gasoline Engine Safety
Electric models must be grounded. In the event of an electrical
short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by
providing an escape wire for the electric current. This product is
equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with an appropriate
grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is
properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local
codes and ordinances.
DANGER — Improper installation of the grounding plug can
result in a risk of electric shock. If repair or replacement of the
cord or plug is necessary, do not connect the green grounding
wire to either flat blade terminal. The wire with insulation having a
green outer surface with or without yellow stripes is the
grounding wire and must be connected to the grounding pin.
Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if the grounding
instructions are not completely understood, or if you are in doubt
as to whether the product is properly grounded. Do not modify
the plug provided. If the plug will not fit the outlet, have the
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
This product is rated more than 15 amperes and is for use on a
circuit having a nominal rating of 120 volts, or the product is for
use on a circuit having a nominal rating more than 120 volts, and
is factory-equipped with a specific electric cord and plug to permit
connection to a proper electric circuit. Make sure that the
product is connected to an outlet having the same configuration
as the plug. No adapter should be used with this product. If the
product must be reconnected for use on a different type of
electric circuit, the reconnection should be made by qualified
service personnel.
WARNING
The engine exhaust from this unit contains chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects, or other reproductive harm.
1. Honda engines are designed to give safe and dependable
service if operated according to instructions. Read and
understand the Honda Owner's Manual before operating the
engine. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or
equipment damage.
2. To prevent fire hazards and to provide adequate ventilation,
keep the engine at least 1 meter (3 feet) away from
buildings and other equipment during operation. Do not
place flammable objects close to the engine.
3. Children and pets must be kept away from the area of
operation due to a possibility of burns from hot engine
components or injury from any equipment the engine may
be used to operate.
4. Know how to stop the engine quickly, and understand the
operation of all controls. Never permit anyone to operate
the engine without proper instructions.
5. Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under
certain conditions.
6. Refuel in a well-ventilated area with the engine stopped. Do
not smoke or allow flames or sparks in the refueling area or
where gasoline is stored.
7. Do not overfill the fuel tank. After refueling, make sure the
tank cap is closed properly and securely.
8. Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Fuel vapor or
spilled fuel may ignite. If any fuel is spilled, make sure the
area is dry before starting the engine.
9. Never run the engine in an enclosed or confined area.
Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas;
exposure may cause loss of consciousness and may lead to
death.
10. The muffler becomes very hot during operation and remains
hot for a while after stopping the engine. Be careful not to
touch the muffler while it is hot. To avoid severe burns or
fire hazards, let the engine cool before transporting it or
storing it indoors.
11. Never ship/transport unit with gasoline in the tank.
CAUTION
Use only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade
grounding plug and a 3-slot receptacle that will accept the
plug on the product. Make sure your extension cord is in
good condition. When using an extension cord, be sure to
use one heavy enough to carry the current your product will
draw. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage
resulting in loss of power and overheating. For lengths less
than 50 feet, No. 12 AWG extension cords should be used. If
an extension cord is to be used outdoors, it must be marked
with the suffix W-A after the cord type designation. For
example, a designation of SJTW-A would indicate that the
cord would be appropriate for outdoor use.
WARNING
DO NOT use this equipment to spray water or acid.
CAUTION
Do not lift by cart handle when loading or unloading.
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Set Up
Fueling
WARNING
WARNING
Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under
certain conditions.
• ALWAYS turn the engine off before refueling.
• Refuel in a well-ventilated area.
• Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks in the refueling
area or where gasoline is stored.
• Do not overfill the fuel tank. After refueling, make sure the
tank cap is closed properly and securely.
• Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Spilled fuel or
fuel vapor may ignite. If any fuel is spilled, make sure the
area is dry before starting the engine.
• Avoid repeated or prolonged contact with skin or breathing
of vapor.
• Keep out of the reach of children.
Read, understand, and follow all warnings before starting
or operating this sprayer.
Required tools: Crescent Wrench
1. One Gun Operation — Attach the gun and hose. Always
use a spray hose at least 50 feet long. Do not use PTFE or
thread sealant on this assembly. Do not install the spray tip
at this time.
2. Two Gun Operation — Remove the plug from the second
gun outlet. Connect a hose and a gun to the outlet.
3. Fill the Wet-Cup 1/2 full with Speeflo Piston Lube (P/N
700-925) supplied by the factory. This extends packing
life.
4. Electric Models — Use a 20 amp service outlet. Always
locate the AC electric model within 10 to 15 feet of the
service outlet. Any extension cord will create some voltage
drop. For both AC and DC models, if an extension cord is
necessary, use only grounded 3 wire # 12 wire.
If the unit is being operated in an area that is overloaded
by other appliances or low voltage conditions, it is
important to start the unit "unloaded." Tip the electric
motor forward so that the belt is loosened and the motor
starts without full load. This reduces the amperage draw
on starting and may avoid kicking out the circuit breaker.
5. Be sure the PowrLiner system is grounded. All Speeflo
units are equipped with a grounding lug. A grounding
cable (not supplied) should be used to connect the unit to a
true earth ground. Check your local electrical regulations
for detailed grounding instructions. See the “Accessories
and Service Kits” section for ordering information.
6. Strain all paints with Speeflo 5 gallon Nylon Strainer (P/N
160-524) or Speeflo 1 gallon Nylon Strainer (P/N 160-124)
to assure trouble-free operation and freedom from frequent
cleaning of inlet screen and gun strainer.
Specifications
• Use automotive gasoline that has a pump octane number
of 86 or higher, or that has a research octane number of 91
or higher.
• Unleaded fuel produces fewer engine and spark plug
deposits and extends the life of exhaust system
components.
• Never use stale or contaminated gasoline or an oil/gasoline
mixture. Avoid getting dirt, dust or water in the fuel tank.
Use of a lower octane gasoline can cause persistent
"pinging" or heavy "spark knock" (a metallic rapping noise)
which, if severe, can lead to engine damage.
NOTE: If "spark knock" or "pinging" occurs at a steady
engine speed under normal load, change brands
of gasoline. If spark knock or pinging persists,
consult your authorized Honda dealer. Failure
to do so is considered misuse, and damage
caused by misuse is not covered by Honda's
Limited Warranty.
Occasionally you may experience light spark
knock while operating under heavy loads. This
is no cause for concern, it simply means your
engine is operating efficiently.
WARNING
Proper grounding is important. This applies to both gas
and electric powered models. The passage of some
materials through the nylon fluid hose will build up a static
electric charge, which if discharged, could ignite solvent
vapors present and create an explosion.
Gasolines Containing Alcohol
If you decide to use a gasoline containing alcohol (gasohol), be
sure its octane rating is at least as high as that recommended
by the engine manufacturer. There are two types of "gasohol":
one containing ethanol, and the other containing methanol. Do
not use gasohol that contains more than 10% ethanol. Do not
use gasoline containing methanol (methyl or wood alcohol) that
does not also contain co-solvents and corrosion inhibitors for
methanol. Never use gasoline containing more than 5%
methanol, even if it has co-solvents and corrosion inhibitors.
NOTE: Fuel system damage or engine performance
problems resulting from the use of fuels that
contain alcohol is not covered under the
warranty. The engine manufacturer cannot
endorse the use of fuels containing methanol
since evidence of their suitability is incomplete at
this time.
Before buying gasoline from an unfamiliar station,
try to find out if the gasoline contains alcohol. If
it does, confirm the type and percentage of
alcohol used. If you notice any undesirable
operating characteristics while using a gasoline
that contains alcohol, or one that you think
contains alcohol, switch to a gasoline that you
know does not contain alcohol.
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Startup
Cleanup
1. Areas must be well ventilated to prevent hazardous
operation with volatile solvents or exhaust fumes.
2. Before starting the unit. check oil levels.
a. The hydraulic fluid level should read "Full" on the dipstick.
CHECK IT REGULARLY. See “Hydraulic System” in the
Maintenance section of this manual for changing or adding
hydraulic fluid. Do not overfill. Use only Speeflo Coolflo™
Hydraulic Fluid (P/N 430-361).
b. The gasoline engine oil level is determined by the
manufacturer. Check the manufacturer's service manual
supplied.
WARNING
Special cleanup instructions for use with flammable
solvents:
• Always flush spray gun preferably outside.
• If collecting flushed solvents in a one gallon metal
container, place it into an empty five gallon metal container,
then flush solvents.
• Area must be free of flammable vapors.
• Follow all cleanup instructions.
Pressure Relief Procedure
CAUTION
WARNING
Use of Speeflo's Coolflo™ Hydraulic Fluid is mandatory in
the PowrLiner hydraulic system. Do not use any other
hydraulic fluid. Use of any other hydraulic fluid may
seriously damage hydraulic system and will void warranty.
3. Open the orange handle hydraulic
shut-off valve located on the
hydraulic pressure hose. Handle
should be in line with hose. The
figure below shows the handle in
the open position.
4. Turn the pressure control knob
counterclockwise (as viewed from
top) to its lowest pressure setting.
5. Open the pressure bleed valve by Hydraulic
Shut-Off
turning it counterclockwise. This
Valve
relieves pressure.
Always reduce pressure when you are cleaning a clogged
tip, changing a tip, servicing any part of the system, or
shutting down. Follow the steps below:
1. Engage the gun trigger lock.
2. Shut off the power source.
3. Close the orange handle hydraulic shut-off valve on the
hydraulic pressure hose.
4. Open the pressure bleed valve by turning it
counterclockwise at least three full turns.
5. Disengage the gun trigger lock and hold trigger open until
flow of material stops.
6. Be certain to hold a metal part of the gun firmly to the side
of a grounded metal container.
Cleaning a Clogged Tip
1. Follow the “Pressure Relief Procedure” above.
2. If tip clogs, rotate tip handle 180° until arrow on handle is
facing the opposite of spray direction and clicks in reverse
position.
3. Trigger gun once so that the pressure can blow the clog
out. NEVER use the tip in the reverse position for more
than ONE trigger pull at a time. This procedure can be
repeated until the tip is free of clogging.
Pressure
Bleed
Valve
6.
7.
8.
9.
a. Your new sprayer was tested at the factory with mineral
spirits. You must clean the system before spraying to
avoid contamination of the sprayed material.
If you are spraying a water based latex, flush with warm,
soapy water followed by a clean water rinse. If you are
using any other coating, flush with warm, soapy water
followed by a solvent. Check with the material
manufacturer for a compatible solvent. Place syphon
tube assembly into proper solvent or water.
b. Place waste container below bleed line.
c. Start engine or electric motor. Turn the pressure control
knob clockwise (increasing pressure) until pump cycles
evenly and solvent flows freely from bleed line.
d. Close the pressure bleed valve by turning it clockwise.
This allows the system to pressurize. Hold the gun
trigger open, without spray tip attached, until the fluid
flows smoothly.
Repeat above starting procedure with paint material. Lock
gun trigger and attach spray tip. Refer to the spray gun’s
Technical Data Sheet or Owner's Manual for tip installation
and selection of the proper tip size.
Test spray pattern. Operate the pump at the lowest hydraulic
pressure that provides good atomization. See the the
Troubleshooting section in this manual if you are not getting
the proper pattern.
Operating pressure is adjustable from 400 to 3300 psi (228
bar) by turning the pressure control knob clockwise. Do
not turn the knob clockwise more than necessary to
provide satisfactory atomization. Excess pressure wears
out spray tips.
When restarting the unit, reduce the pressure at the
pressure control knob and the pressure bleed valve.
WARNING
The flow from the spray tip is at very high pressure. Contact
with any body part may be dangerous. Do not place finger
on gun outlet. Do not point the gun at any person. Never
operate the spray gun without the proper tip guard.
Color Change/Clean Out
WARNING
Use only compatible solvents when cleaning out oil based
enamels, lacquers, coal tar, and epoxies. Check with the
fluid manufacturer for the recommended solvent.
1. Reduce pressure by turning the pressure control knob and the
pressure bleed valve counterclockwise. Follow the “Pressure
Relief Procedure” above. The pressure bleed valve should be
turned counterclockwise at least three full turns.
Pressure
Bleed
Valve
2. Pull siphon tube out of material container.
3. Remove spray tip from gun. Hold the gun trigger open until
material flow stops.
4. Put the siphon tube into wash solvent or water as
applicable, and operate pump slowly at low pressure until
solvent flows freely from the bleed line.
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5. Close the pressure bleed valve and hold gun trigger open
until solvent flows freely from gun. If solvent is not too
dirty, recirculate it by flowing gun stream back into solvent
container. Use additional clean solvent and repeat
procedure if necessary.
6. Check gun strainer screen and pump outlet filter screen
daily. Use 50 mesh screens with spray tip size .015 and
larger. Use 100 mesh screens with spray tip sizes .013 and
smaller.
7. Replace paint filter cap to maximum clockwise rotation. The
filter cover should be hand removable after the first or
second use with new PTFE o-ring.
IMPORTANT: O-ring must have PTFE backup washer
to seal properly.
8. If unit has been spraying a water soluble material, flush
with water and then repeat procedure with mineral spirits or
Varsol solvent.
9. Wash spray tip in solvent. Blow tip clean with air pressure
directed through the tip in the reverse direction.
Hydraulic Motor and Fluid Pump
Service
See the Parts List and Service Instructions section of this
manual for maintenance and service instructions on the
reciprocating hydraulic motor and the fluid pump.
Basic Engine Maintenance
• For detailed engine maintenance and technical
specifications refer to the separate Honda engine manual.
• All service to the engine should be performed by an
authorized Honda Power Equipment dealer. To locate a
dealer in your area, look in the Yellow Pages of your
telephone directory under Gasoline Engines, Garden &
Lawn Equipment & Supplies, Lawnmowers, etc.
• The Honda engine is warranted exclusively by American
Honda Motor Co., Inc.
• Use a premium quality motor oil certified to meet or exceed
U.S. Automotive requirement SG.SF/CC.CD. SAE 10W30
is recommended for general all temperature use. Other
viscosities may be required in other climates.
• Use only a (NGK) BP6ES or BPR6E spark plug. Gap the
plug to 0.028 to 0.031 In. (0.7 to 0.8 mm) Always use a
spark plug wrench.
DAILY: Check engine oil level. Fill as necessary. Check
gasoline level. Fill as necessary.
Maintenance
Hydraulic System
CAUTION
Use of Speeflo's Coolflo™ Hydraulic Fluid is mandatory in
the hydraulic system. Do not use any other hydraulic fluid.
Use of any other hydraulic fluid may seriously damage the
hydraulic system and will void warranty.
1. Check the hydraulic fluid daily. It should read "Full" on the
dipstick. If it is low, add only Speeflo Coolflo™ Hydraulic
Fluid (P/N 430-361). Never add or change hydraulic fluid
except in a clean dust free area. Contamination of the
hydraulic fluid will shorten hydraulic pump life and may void
warranty.
2. Change the hydraulic fluid every twelve months. Drain old
fluid from tank and fill with 5 quarts of Speeflo Coolflo™
Hydraulic Fluid. Start operation of the system at just
enough pressure to operate the fluid pump. Run the
system at this low pressure for at least 5 minutes. This
removes air from the system. Check the fluid level after
this procedure.
3. The hydraulic system has an external replaceable hydraulic
filter. Change the filter every twelve months.
4. The hydraulic pump should not be serviced in the field. If
service on the hydraulic pump is required, it must be
returned to Speeflo.
WARNING
Always follow the fueling procedure outlined earlier in this
manual.
FIRST 20 HOURS: Change engine oil.
EVERY 100 HOURS: Change engine oil.
WEEKLY: Remove the air filter cover and clean the element. In
very dusty environments, check the filter daily. Replace the
element as needed. Replacement elements can be purchased
from your local Honda dealer.
Engine Operation and Service
1. Clean and oil air filter pad on gasoline engine every 25
hours or once weekly. Do not permit the air intake screen
around the fly wheel of the gas engine to load up with paint
or trash. Clean it regularly. The service life and efficiency of
the gas engine model depends upon keeping the gasoline
engine running properly. Change the oil in the engine every
100 hours. Failure to observe this may result in engine
overheating. Consult the engine manufacturer's service
manual provided.
2. To conserve fuel, service life, and efficiency of the unit
always operate the gasoline engine at the lowest RPM at
which it runs smoothly without laboring and delivers the
amount required for the particular painting operation.
Higher RPM does not produce higher working pressure.
The gasoline engine is connected to the hydraulic pump by
a pulley combination designed to produce full paint delivery
of 2.0 GPM at 3600 RPM.
3. The warranty on gasoline engines or electric motors is
limited to the original manufacturer.
General Fluid Pump Maintenance
If the paint pump is going to be out of service for an extended
period of time, it is recommended that following cleanup a
kerosene and oil mixture be introduced as a preservative.
Packings may tend to dry out from lack of use. This is
particularly true of the upper packing set, for which upper
packing lubricant “Piston Lube” (P/N 700-925) is recommended
in normal usage.
If the paint pump has been out of service for an extended
period of time, it may be necessary to prime the suction by
pouring some of the paint solvent into the inlet siphon tube to
restart. It is extremely important that the threads on the inlet
siphon hose coupling are properly sealed. Any air leakage will
produce erratic operation of pump and may damage the
system. The up and the down strokes should be approximately
equal in time. That is, one should not be faster than the other.
A fast up or down stroke may indicate air in the system or
malfunctioning valve or seats. See the Troubleshooting section.
WARNING
If electric motor overloads and stops running,
IMMEDIATELY turn the motor off and follow the Pressure
Relief Procedure outlined earlier in this manual. Wait until
the motor cools (approximately 30 minutes). Then push in
the bubble top, manual reset button, turn the motor on and
pressurize the system.
For CSA approved units only:
The ON / OFF switch is also the RESET!
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Airless Tip Selection
Tips are selected by the orifice size and fan width. The proper selection is determined
by the fan width required for a specific job and by the orifice size that will supply the
desired amount of fluid and accomplish proper atomization.
For light viscosity fluids, smaller orifice tips generally are desired. For heavier
viscosity materials, larger orifice tips are preferred. Please refer to the chart below.
NOTE: Do not exceed the pump's recommended tip size.
The following chart indicates the most common sizes and the appropriate materials to
be sprayed:
.011 - .013
Low Viscosity Materials
100 Mesh Filter
.015 - .019
Conventional Materials
50 Mesh Filter
.021 & larger
High Viscosity Materials
5 Mesh Filter
Fan widths measuring 8" to 12" (20 to 30 cm) are most preferred because they offer
more control while spraying and are less likely to plug.
Troubleshooting — Airless Gun
PROBLEM
Spitting gun
PROBABLE CAUSE
1. Air in system
2. Dirty gun
3. Needle assembly out of adjustment
4. Broken or chipped seat
REMEDY
1. Inspect connections for
air leaks
2. Disassemble and clean
3. Inspect and adjust
4. Inspect and replace
Gun will not shut off
1. Worn or broken needle & seat
2. Needle assembly out of adjustment
3. Dirty gun
1. Replace
2. Adjust
3. Clean
Gun does not spray
1. No paint
2. Plugged filter or tip
3. Broken needle in gun
1. Check fluid supply
2. Clean
3. Replace
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Troubleshooting — Spray Patterns
CONDITION
TAILS
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTION
Inadequate fluid delivery.
Fluid not atomizing correctly.
Increase fluid pressure.
Change to smaller tip orifice size. Reduce fluid
viscosity. Reduce hose length.
Clean gun and filter(s).
Reduce number of guns using pump.
HOUR GLASS
Inadequate fluid delivery.
Same as above.
DISTORTED
Plugged or worn nozzle tip.
Clean or replace nozzle tip.
PATTERN EXPANDING &
CONTRACTING (SURGE)
Suction leak.
Inspect for suction hose leak.
Pulsating fluid delivery
Change to a smaller tip orifice size.
Install pulsation dampener in system
or drain existing one. Reduce number of
guns using pump.
Remove restrictions in system; clean
tip screen if filter is used.
ROUND PATTERN
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Worn tip.
Replace tip.
Fluid too heavy for tip.
Increase pressure.
Thin material.
Change nozzle tip.
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Troubleshooting — Hydraulic Motors
CONDITION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Oil motor stalls at bottom.
Fluid pump piston seat unthreaded.
(No unusual heat problems.)
CORRECTION
If connecting rod is okay, remove cylinder head plug and pop valve down. Replace plug and start
machine. If machine cycles up and stops at bottom again, then problem is piston seat on fluid pump.
Check piston seat. Repair or replace as necessary. If piston seat is okay and problem does not change,
check oil motor.
Valve sticking or oil motor trip rod shifter Remove valve and check for scratches and rough movement when sliding it up and down. Replace
assembly separated.
valve and spool in this condition. Check trip rod for possible separation.
and spool in this condition. Check trip rod for possible separation.
Oil motor stalls at top.
Valve sticking.
(No unusual heat problems)
Low pressure (okay on
down stroke, sluggish on
up.stroke - high heat)
Remove valve and check for scratches and rough movement when sliding it up and down. Replace
valve and spool in this condition.
Broken spring retainer (valve rod
assembly)
Replace valve rod assembly.
Broken spring or valve rod.
Replace valve rod assembly.
Air in hydraulic motor.
Reset Valve.
Purge Air, generally accomplished by low pressure cycling of motor/pump assembly for 5 - 10 minutes.
Check for causes of air introduction.
• Loose fittings in tank.
• Loose fittings on hydraulic pump.
• Loose hose connections.
• Low oil in reservoir.
Air in fluid pump.
Stall at top can occur randomly when fluid pump picks up air. Reset valve. Avoid air in the fluid pump.
Blown piston seal.
Before dismantling oil motor, start machine. With pump cycling under pressure, touch the hydraulic
cylinder and the head to see if cylinder or head gets hotter. This will help determine if piston seal.
is blown or piston nut is broken. If heat is on the head, check the o-rings on spool valve.
Cracked piston.
Dismantle oil motor and check piston seals cylinder bore and piston nut. Pay special attention to piston
nut. It can be cracked and not show externally.
Blown center O-Rings on spool valve.
Before dismantling oil motor, start machine. With pump cycling under pressure, touch the head to see if
the head becomes hotter. This will help determine if center o-ring is blown on spool valve. If hot,
remove and replace o-ring.
Bad hydraulic pump.
Replace hydraulic pump.
Note: Engine labors on
upstroke, idles back at stall
on the down stroke.
Low pressure (both strokes
- high heat)
Note: Engine labors at stall
on both strokes
Troubleshooting — Fluid Sections
CONDITION
Pump delivers on upstroke only or
goes up slowly and down fast.
(Commonly called downstroke dive.)
Pump delivers on down stroke only
.or goes up fast and down slowly
Pump moves up and down fast,
delivering material.
Pump moves up and down slowly
when spray gun is shut off.
Not enough fluid pressure at gun.
Pump chatters on up or down stroke
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTION
Lower foot valve ball is not seating due to
trash or wear.
Remove foot valve assembly. Clean and inspect. Test foot valve by filling with
water; if ball fails to seal the seat, replace ball.
Material too viscous to siphon.
Thin material - contact manufacturer for proper thinning procedures.
Air leaking in on siphon side or damaged siphon
hose. Siphon may be too small for heavy material
Tighten all connections between pump and paint container. If damaged, replace.
Switch to larger diameter siphon set.
Upper ball is not seating due to trash or wear.
Check upper seat and ball with water. If ball fails to seal seat, replace seat.
Lower packing set is worn.
Replace packing set if worn.
Material container is empty or material is too thick
to flow through siphon hose
Refill with new material. If too thick, remove siphon hose and immerse pump or not
add thinner to material. Change to bigger siphon set. Open bleed valve to .
remove air and restart pump.
Bottom ball stuck to foot valve seat.
Remove foot valve. Clean ball and seat.
Siphon hose is kinked or loose.
Straighten.
Loose connections. Bleed valve is open partially or
bleed valve is worn. Lower packing seat is worn.
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 the above be evident, replace lower packing.
Upper and/or lower ball not seating.
Reseat balls by cleaning.
Spray tip is worn.
Replace.
Outlet filter or gun filter is clogged
Clean or replace filter.
Low voltage and/or inadequate amperage.
Check electrical service. Correct as required.
Hose size or length is too small or too long.
Increase hose size to minimize pressure drop through hose and/or reduce hose
length.
Solvent has caused upper packing to swell.
Replace packing.
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• Evite todas las fuentes de ignición como son las chispas
electrostáticas, llamas abiertas, flamas de piloto, objetos calientes,
cigarros, y chispas que se generan al conectar y desconectar las
extensiones o de apagadores de luz que estén funcionando.
• No fume en la zona de trabajo.
• Debe haber un equipo para extinguir incendios permanentemente y
en buenas condiciones.
• Coloque la bomba para pintar en una zona bien ventilada. Los
gases inflamables a menudo son más pesados que el aire. La zona
del piso debe tener la debida ventilación. La bomba para pintar
contiene piezas que forman arcos que emiten chispas y pueden
encender los gases.
• El equipo que se utilice, así como los objetos que estén dentro y
alrededor del área de atomización, deben conectarse a tierra de
manera apropiada para prevenir las descargas eléctricas y las
chispas.
• Use solamente mangueras para fluidos de alta presión, conductoras
o conectadas a tierra, para aplicaciones sin aire. Asegúrese de que
la pistola esté conectada a tierra de manera apropiada, mediante
conexiones de manguera.
• El cable de alimentación debe enchufarse a un circuito aterrado
(eléctrico modela único).
• Siempre enjuague la unidad en un recipiente de metal por
separado, con presión baja en la bomba y sin la boquilla. Sostenga
la pistola firmemente contra el recipiente para ponerlo a tierra y
evitar chispas estáticas.
• Siga las advertencias y avisos de seguridad del fabricante de los
materiales y solventes.
• Tenga muchísimo cuidado al usar materiales cuyo punto de ignición
sea inferior a 70° F (21° C). El punto de ignición es la temperatura
a la cual pueden encenderse los vapores emanados por un fluido al
exponerlos a llamas o chispas.
• El plástico puede causar chispas estáticas. Nunca cuelgue plástico
en las ventanas ni en las puertas del área donde va a pintar. No
utilice plástico para proteger el piso cuando pinte materiales
inflamables.
• Cuando enjuague el equipo utilice la presión más baja posible.
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Seguridad
Este manual contiene información que debe leer y comprender antes de
usar el equipo. Cuando se encuentre con uno de los siguientes
símbolos, asegúrese de observar sus indicaciones de seguridad.
ADVERTENCIA
Este símbolo indica la existencia de un peligro potencial que puede
causar lesiones graves o la muerte. Después del mismo se incluye
información de seguridad importante.
PRECAUCION
Este símbolo indica la existencia de un peligro potencial para usted o el
equipo. Después del mismo se incluye información importante que indica
la forma de evitar daños al equipo o la forma de prevenir lesiones
menores.
NOTA: los avisos contienen información importante,
présteles especial atención.
ADVERTENCIA
PELIGRO: LESIÓN POR INYECCIÓN - La corriente de pintura de
alta presión que produce este equipo puede perforar la
piel y tejidos subyacentes, lo que conduciría a lesiones
serias y una posible amputación. Consulte de
inmediato a un médico.
NO TRATE LAS LESIONES POR INYECCIÓN COMO SI FUERAN
SIMPLES CORTADAS! Una inyección puede conducir a una
amputación. Consulte de inmediato a un médico.
El rango de operación máximo de la unidad es 3000 PSI / 207BAR
de presión de fluidos.
PARA PREVENIR:
• NO dirija NUNCA la punta de la pistola hacia alguna parte del
cuerpo.
• NO permita NUNCA que alguna parte del cuerpo tenga contacto
con la corriente del fluido. EVITE tener contacto con corrientes de
fluido que salgan de fugas que haya en la manguera.
• NO ponga NUNCA la mano enfrente de la manguera. Los guantes
no ofrecen ninguna protección contra lesiones por inyección.
• Bloquee SIEMPRE el gatillo de la pistola, apague la bomba de
fluido y libere toda la presión antes de dar mantenimiento, limpiar el
protector de la boquilla, cambiar la boquilla o dejar desatendido el
equipo. La presión no se liberará al apagar el motor. Para liberar
la presión debe girarse la perilla PRIME/SPRAY (cebar/atomizar)
hasta la posición PRIME. Consulte el PROCEDIMIENTO PARA
LIBERAR LA PRESIÓN que se describe en este manual.
• Mantenga puesto SIEMPRE el protector de la boquilla mientras
atomice. El protector de la boquilla ofrece cierta protección contra
lesiones por inyección pero es principalmente un dispositivo de
advertencia.
• Quite SIEMPRE la boquilla del atomizador antes de enjuagar o
limpiar el sistema.
• Pueden desarrollarse fugas en la manguera de pintura por causa
del desgaste, retorcimientos o el abuso. Una fuga es capaz de
inyectar el material en la piel. Cada vez que use la manguera de
pintura, inspecciónela antes.
• NO use nunca una pistola de atomización que no tenga un
bloqueador o un protector de gatillo puesto y que funcione.
• Todos los accesorios deben tener una capacidad de 3000 lb/pulg2 /
207BAR o mayor. Esto incluye las boquillas de atomizador,
pistolas, extensiones y mangueras.
MOTOR DE GAS (SEGÚN CORRESPONDA)
Coloque siempre la bomba fuera del edificio, al aire libre. Mantenga
todo solvente alejado del escape del motor. Nunca llene el tanque de
combustible si el motor está encendido o caliente. La superficie caliente
puede encender el combustible derramado. Conecte siempre un
conductor de tierra desde la unidad de la bomba a un objeto puesto a
tierra, por ejemplo una tubería de agua metálica. Consulte el manual del
motor para obtener información completa de seguridad.
PELIGRO: PELIGRO DE EXPLOSIÓN DEBIDO A MATERIALES
INCOMPATIBLES - Podría causar lesiones severas o
daños en la propiedad.
PARA PREVENIR:
• No utilice materiales que contengan blanqueador o cloro.
• No use solventes con hidrocarburos halogenados, tales como
productos para eliminar el moho, cloruro de metileno y 1,1,1 tricloroetano. Estos no son compatibles con el aluminio.
• Comuníquese con el proveedor del producto para obtener
información de compatibilidad con materiales de aluminio.
PELIGRO: GASES PELIGROSOS - Las pinturas, solventes,
insecticidas y otros materiales pueden ser perjudiciales
si se inhalan o entran en contacto con el cuerpo. Los
gases pueden causar náusea, desmayos o
envenenamiento graves.
PARA PREVENIR:
• Use una mascarilla respiratoria o careta siempre que exista la
posibilidad de que se puedan inhalar vapores. Lea todas las
intrucciones que vengan con la careta para estar seguro de que se
tendrá la protección necesaria contra la inhalación de vapores dañinos.
• Use gafas protectoras.
• Use ropa de protección, según lo requiera el fabricante del
producto.
NOTA PARA EL MÉDICO: La inyección dentro de la piel es una
lesión traumática. Es importante que la lesión se trate
quirúrgicamente tan pronto como sea posible . NO retrase el
tratamiento por investigar la toxicidad. La toxicidad es motivo
de preocupación con algunos revestimientos que se inyectan
directamente en la corriente sanguínea. Es recomendable
consultar a un cirujano plástico o reconstructor de manos.
PELIGRO: GENERAL - Puede causar daños en la propiedad o
lesiones severas.
PARA PREVENIR:
• Lea todas las instrucciones y advertencias de seguridad antes de
hacer funcionar cualquier equipo.
• Desconecte siempre el motor del suministro eléctrico antes de dar
servicio al equipo (eléctrico modela único).
• Observe todos los códigos locales, estatales y nacionales
apropiados que rigen las medidas de ventilación, prevención de
incendios y operación.
PELIGRO: EXPLOSIÓN O INCENDIO - Los vapores de solventes y
pintura pueden explotar o incendiarse, causando con
esto lesiones severas y/o daños en la propiedad.
PARA PREVENIR:
• Debe proveerse un escape y aire fresco para hacer que el aire que
está dentro del área de atomización se mantenga libre de
acumulaciones de vapores inflamables.
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• Los Estándares de Seguridad del Gobierno de los Estados Unidos
se han adoptado bajo el Acta de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacionales
(OSHA por sus siglas en inglés). Deben consultarse estos
estándares, particularmente la parte 1910 de los Estándares
Generales y la parte 1926 de los Estándares de la Construcción.
• Utilice únicamente piezas autorizadas por el fabricante. El usuario
asume todos los riesgos y responsabilidades si usa piezas que no
cumplen con las especificaciones mínimas y dispositivos de
seguridad del fabricante de la bomba.
• Antes de usarla cada vez, revise todas las mangueras para ver que no
tengan cortadas, fugas, una cubierta desgastada por abrasión o con
abolladuras, así como uniones dañadas o que se hayan movido. Si
existiera cualquiera de estas condiciones, reemplace la manguera
inmediatamente. No repare nunca una manguera de pintura.
Reemplácela con otra manguera conectada a tierra.
• Todas las mangueras, soportes giratorios, pistolas y accesorios que
se usen con esta unidad deben tener una capacidad de presión de
3000 lb/pulg2 o mayor.
• No atomice en días con viento.
• Use ropa que evite el contacto de la pintura con la piel y el cabello.
Seguridad con los motores de gasolina
ADVERTENCIA
El escape del motor de esta unidad contiene químicos que el
Estado de California ha determinado causan cáncer, defectos de
nacimiento u otros daños al sistema reproductor.
1. Los motores Honda están diseñados para proporcionar un servicio
seguro y fiable, si se utilizan de acuerdo a las instrucciones. Lea y
entienda las instrucciones del Manual del Propietario de Honda
antes de utilizar el motor. De lo contrario, podría causar lesiones
personales o daño al equipo.
2. Para evitar peligros de incendio y para proporcionar una ventilación
adecuada, mantenga el motor por lo menos a 1 metro de los
edificios y de otro equipo durante su uso. No coloque objetos
inflamables cerca del motor.
3. Mantenga a los niños y las mascotas alejados de la zona de
trabajo, pues existe la posibilidad de quemaduras causadas por los
componentes calientes del motor o lesiones causadas por cualquier
equipo en el que se utilice el motor.
4. Sepa cómo apagar el motor rápidamente y comprenda el
funcionamiento de todos los controles. Nunca permita a nadie
operar el motor sin las instrucciones apropiadas.
5. La gasolina es extremadamente inflamable y es explosiva bajo
ciertas condiciones.
6. Llene el tanque de combustible en un lugar bien ventilado y con el
motor apagado. No fume ni permita que haya llamas ni chispas en
la zona de llenado ni en donde se almacena el combustible.
7. No llene en exceso el tanque de combustible. Después de ponerle
combustible, asegúrese de que la tapa del tanque esté cerrada
completamente.
8. Tenga cuidado de no derramar el combustible. Los gases del
combustible o el combustible derramado pueden encenderse. Si se
derrama combustible, asegúrese de que la zona esté seca antes de
encender el motor.
9. Nunca utilice el motor en un lugar encerrado o confinado. El
escape contiene gas de monóxido de carbono venenoso; la
exposición a este gas puede causar pérdida del conocimiento y
puede conducir a la muerte.
10. El escape se calienta mucho durante su uso y permanece caliente
durante un rato después de apagar el motor. Asegúrese de no
tocar el escape cuando esté caliente. Para evitar quemaduras
graves o peligros de incendio, deje que el motor se enfríe antes de
transportarlo o guardarlo bajo techo.
11. Nunca envíe ni transporte la unidad con gasolina en el tanque.
Instrucciones para conectar a tierra
Los modelos eléctricos ellos debe conectar a tierra. En caso de que
ocurra un corto circuito, la conexión a tierra reduce el riesgo de choque
eléctrico al proporcionar un alambre de escape para la corriente
eléctrica. Este producto está equipado con un cable que tiene un
alambre de conexión a tierra con un enchufe de conexión a tierra
apropiado. El enchufe se debe enchufar en una toma de corriente que
se haya instalado y conectado a tierra debidamente, de acuerdo con
todos los códigos y estatutos locales.
PELIGRO — Una instalación inapropiada del enchufe de conexión a
tierra puede dar como resultado el que exista un riesgo de choque
eléctrico. Si es necesario reparar o reemplazar el cable o el enchufe, no
conecte el alambre de conexión a tierra a ninguno de los terminales de
hoja planos. El alambre con aislamiento que tiene la superficie exterior
de color verde con franjas amarillas o sin ellas es el alambre de conexión
a tierra que debe conectarse al conector de conexión a tierra.
Verifique con un electricista o técnico de servicio calificado si las
instrucciones para conectar a tierra no le han quedado completamente
claras, o si duda que el producto haya quedado conectado a tierra de
manera apropiada. No modifique el enchufe que se proporciona. Si el
enchufe no entra en la toma de corriente, pídale a un electricista
calificado que instale la toma apropiada.
Este producto se clasifica más de 15 los amperios y para el uso sobre un
circuito tiene una clasificación nominal de 120 voltios, o el producto para
el uso sobre un circuito tiene una clasificación nominal más de 120 los
voltios, y es la fábrica-equipada con un enchufe de conexión y cordón
eléctrico específico para permitir conexión al circuito eléctrico apropiado.
Asegurar que el producto conectado a una toma de corriente tiene la
misma configuración como el enchufe de conexión. No permita que
adaptador temporal puede usarse con este producto. Si las necesidades
de producto a se conectar para el uso sobre un tipo diferente de circuito
eléctrico, la conexión debería ser hecha por un servicio registrado
persona.
ADVERTENCIA
No utilice este equipo para rociar agua o ácido.
PRECAUCION
PRECAUCION
No cargue el equipo por el asa del carrito durante la carga y
descarga.
Use solamente extensiones trifilares que tengan un enchufe de
conexión a tierra de 3 hojas y un receptáculo de triple ranura que
acepte el enchufe del producto. Asegúrese de que su extensión
esté en buenas condiciones. Cuando use una extensión, asegúrese
de usar una que sea lo suficientemente resistente como para
soportar la corriente que descargue su producto. Un cable de un
tamaño menor causará una caída de voltage en la línea que dará
como resultado una pérdida de energía y un sobrecalenta|ôento.
Para longitudes menos de 50 pies, uso No. 12 AWG de cable de
extensión. Si se utiliza un cable de extensión en el exterior, tiene
que estar marcado con el sufijo W-A después de la designación del
tipo de cable. Por ejemplo, SJTW-A para indicar que el cable es
apropiado para uso en exteriores.
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MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• Veiller à éviter toute accumulation de vapeurs inflammables en vous
assurant que la zone où la pulvérisation a lieu est suffisamment
ventilée.
• Veiller à éviter la présence de toute source incandescente telle
qu'étincelle électrostatique, flamme nue, flamme-pilote, objet
brûlant, cigarette et étincelle provenant du branchement ou du
débranchement d'un cordon d'alimentation électrique ou d'un
commutateur.
• Ne pas fumer dans la zone d’épandage.
• Toujours avoir un extincteur en état de fonctionner à portée de la
main.
• Placer la pompe à peinture dans une zone bien aérée. Les vapeurs
inflammables sont souvent plus lourdes que l’air. Le plancher doit
être extrêmement bien aéré. La pompe à peinture contient des
pièces pouvant créer des étincelles et enflammer les vapeurs
présentes dans l’air.
• Le matériel utilisé, ainsi que les objets se trouvant à proximité de la
zone de pulvérisation, doivent être convenablement reliés à la terre
afin d'éviter toute étincelle ou toute décharge électrostatique.
• N'utiliser que des flexibles d'alimentation en liquide à haute
pression conducteurs ou reliés à la terre dans les cas d'utilisation
sans air comprimé. S'assurer que le pistolet est convenablement
relié à la terre par l'intermédiaire du flexible.
• Le cordon d’alimentation doit être raccordé à un circuit mis à la terre
(les modèles électriques seulement).
• Toujours purger l’appareil dans un contenant métallique séparé, en
s’assurant que la pompe soit à basse pression et que le chapeau
soit retiré. Tenir le pistolet fermement contre la paroi du contenant
pour mettre celui-ci à la terre et empêcher l’émission d’étincelles
causées par l’électricité statique.
• Se conformer aux consignes et recommandations de sécurité du
fabricant du solvant ou du produit.
• S’entourer de toutes les précautions possibles lorsqu’on utilise des
produits ayant un point d’éclair inférieur à 21 °C (70 °F). Le point
d’éclair d’un fluide est la température à laquelle les vapeurs
émanant du fluide peuvent s’enflammer au contact d’une flamme ou
d’une étincelle.
• Le plastique peut être une source d’étincelles provoquées par
l’électricité statique. Ne jamais utiliser une couverture en plastique
pour fermer une zone d’épandage ni utiliser des toiles de protection
en plastique lors de la pulvérisation de matières inflammables.
• Lorsque vous purgez l'appareil, veillez à utiliser à la pression
minimale.
MOTEUR À ESSENCE (DANS LES CAS OÙ CELA S’APPLIQUE)
Toujours placer la pompe à l’extérieur de la structure à l’air frais. Garder
tous les solvants loin de l’échappement du moteur. Ne jamais remplir le
réservoir à carburant lorsque le moteur est en marche ou lorsqu’il est
chaud ; les surfaces chaudes risquent d’enflammer le carburant déversé
accidentellement. Toujours raccorder un fil de mise à la terre entre la
pompe et un objet mis à la terre, tel qu’une conduite d’eau métallique. Se
reporter au guide d’utilisation du moteur pour obtenir de plus amples
renseignements concernant la sécurité.
Français
Sécurité
Le présent manuel comprend des renseignements devant être lus
attentivement avant toute utilisation de l'appareil. Lorsque l'un des
symboles suivants apparaît, il est recommandé d'être particulièrement
attentif et de tenir compte des mesures de sécurité indiquées.
AVERTISSEMENT
Ce symbole indique un danger potentiel pouvant causer des blessures
graves ou même mortelles. Des renseignements importants sur la
sécurité sont également indiqués.
ATTENTION
Ce symbole indique un danger potentiel pouvant causer des blessures
corporelles ou des dommages à l'équipement. Des renseignements
importants sur la façon de prévenir tout dommage à l'équipement ou
toute blessure corporelle mineure sont également indiqués.
NOTA : Les remarques donnent des renseignements
importants requérant une attention particulière.
AVERTISSEMENT
DANGER:
BLESSURES PAR PERFORATION - Le jet de peinture à
haute pression produit par cet appareil peut perforer la
peau et les tissus sous-jacents et entraîner de sévères
blessures pouvant nécessiter une amputation.
Consultez immédiatement un médecin.
NE PAS TRAITER UNE BLESSURE PAR PERFORATION COMME
UNE SIMPLE COUPURE! Une perforation peut entraîner des risques
d'amputation. Consultez immédiatement un médecin.
Pression de service maximale du fluide dans l’appareil : 3000
lb/po2 / 207BAR.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• NE JAMAIS diriger le pistolet vers une quelconque partie du corps.
• NE JAMAIS mettre une quelconque partie du corps en contact avec
le jet de liquide. NE JAMAIS se mettre au contact d'un jet de liquide
provenant d'une fuite du flexible d'alimentation en liquide.
• NE JAMAIS placer votre main devant le pistolet. Des gants ne vous
protégeront pas contre les risques de blessures par perforation.
• TOUJOURS verrouiller la gâchette du pistolet, fermer la pompe à
liquide et décompresser l'appareil lorsque vous travaillez sur celui-ci,
nettoyez le protecteur de tête, remplacez la tête de pulvérisation ou
vous éloignez de l'appareil. Couper le moteur ne décompresse pas
l'appareil. Vous devez, pour le décompresser, placer le bouton
AMORÇAGE/PULVÉRISATION en position AMORÇAGE. Reportezvous, pour cela, à la PROCÉDURE DE DÉCOMPRESSION décrite
dans de ce manuel.
• TOUJOURS s'assurer que le protecteur de tête est en place lorsque
vous pulvérisez. Le protecteur de tête offre une certaine protection
contre les blessures par perforation mais sa principale fonction est
d'ordre préventif.
• TOUJOURS ôter la tête de pulvérisation avant de purger ou
nettoyer l'appareil.
• Le flexible d'alimentation en peinture peut fuir à la suite d'une usure,
de chocs ou de mauvais traitements. Une fuite peut entraîner une
perforation de la peau. Inspecter le flexible avant chaque utilisation.
• NE JAMAIS utiliser un pistolet dont la gâchette n'est pas munie d'un
loquet ou un cran de sécurité qui soit en état de fonctionner.
• Tous les accessoires doivent être homologués pour une pression
égale ou supérieure à 3 000 lb/po2 / 207BAR. Cela s'applique,
entre autres, aux têtes de pulvérisation, aux accessoires du pistolet
et aux flexibles.
DANGER:
RISQUES D'EXPLOSION PAR INCOMPATIBILITÉ DES
MATÉRIAUX - Peuvent être à l'origine de corporels
sérieux ou dommages matériels.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• Ne pas utiliser de matériaux contenant des agents de blanchiment
ou du chlore.
• Ne pas utiliser des solvants à base d’hydrocarbure halogéné tels
que l’agent anticryptogamique, le chlorure de méthylène et le
trichloro-éthane-1,1,1. Ces produits ne sont pas compatibles avec
l’aluminium
• Communiquer avec votre fournisseur de revêtement pour connaître
la compatibilité du matériau avec l’aluminium.
DANGER:
VAPEURS NOCIVES – la peinture, les solvants, les
insecticides et autres matériaux peuvent être nocifs
lorsqu’ils sont inhalés ou en contact avec le corps. Les
vapeurs peuvent causer une nausée importante, des
évanouissements ou un empoisonnement.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• Utiliser un respirateur ou un masque chaque fois qu'il y a des
risques d'inhalation de vapeurs. Lire attentivement toutes les
instructions se rapportant au masque pour vérifier que celui-ci vous
assure une protection suffisante contre les vapeurs toxiques.
• Porter des lunettes de protection.
• Porter des vêtements de protection, conformément aux directives du
fabricant de revêtement.
AVERTISSEMENT AUX MÉDECINS : Une perforation souscutanée constitue un traumatisme. Il est important de traiter
la blessure de façon chirurgicale aussitôt que possible. NE
RETARDEZ PAS ce traitement pour des recherches de toxicité.
La toxicité n'est un risque que dans les cas où certains
produits de revêtement pénètrent dans le flux sanguin. Il peut
être nécessaire de faire appel à des soins de chirurgie
plastique ou de reconstruction de la main.
DANGER:
RISQUES D'EXPLOSION OU D'INCENDIE - Les vapeurs
dégagées par le solvant ou la peinture sont explosives
et inflammables et peuvent causer des corporels
sérieux ou dommages matériels.
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DANGER:
GÉNÉRALITÉS - Peut causer des dommages matériels
ou corporels sérieux.
MESURES PRÉVENTIVES:
• Avant d'utiliser tout équipement, lire attentivement toutes les
instructions et les consignes de sécurité
• Toujours débrancher le moteur de l’alimentation électrique avant
d’effectuer des travaux sur l’appareil (les modèles électriques
seulement).
• Se conformer à la législation locale, provinciale ou fédérale pour tout
ce qui concerne la ventilation, la prévention des incendies et les
conditions générales d'utilisation.
• Les normes de sécurité du Gouvernement américain sont régies par
le Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). Il est important de
consulter ces normes, en particulier la section 1910 sur le normes
générales et la section 1926 sur les des normes de la construction.
• N’utiliser que les pièces autorisées par le fabricant. L’utilisateur
assume tous les risques et responsabilités lorsqu’il utilise des
pièces qui ne sont pas conformes aux caractéristiques techniques
minimales ainsi qu’aux dispositifs de sécurité du fabricant de la
pompe.
• Vérifier, avant toute utilisation, que les flexibles ne présentent pas
d'entaille ou de fuite, que le couvercle ne soit pas gonflé et que les
raccords ne soient pas endommagés. Si le flexible a subi l'un des
dommages précités, remplacez-le immédiatement. Ne jamais
réparer un flexible d'alimentation en peinture. Le remplacer par un
autre flexible mis à la terre.
• Tout flexible, raccord orientable, pistolet et accessoire utilisé avec
cet appareil doit pouvoir fonctionner à une pression égale ou
supérieure à 3 000 lb/po2 / 207BAR.
• Ne jamais pulvériser lorsqu'il vente.
• Porter des vêtements pour protéger la peau et les cheveux contre
tout contact avec la peinture.
Sécurité du moteur à essence
AVERTISSEMENT
L’État de la Californie reconnaît que les gaz d’échappement de cet
appareil contiennent des produits chimiques susceptibles de
causer le cancer, des malformations congénitales ou pouvant être
nocifs pour le système reproducteur.
1. Les moteurs Honda sont conçus pour être fiables et sécuritaires
lorsqu’ils sont utilisés selon les directives. Lire et comprendre le
guide d’utilisation de Honda avant de faire fonctionner le moteur. Le
non-respect de cet avertissement risque de causer des blessures
graves ou d’endommager l’appareil.
2. Afin de prévenir les risques d’incendie et d’assurer une ventilation
adéquate, garder le moteur à une distance d’au moins un mètre (3
pi) des bâtiments et des autres appareils durant le fonctionnement.
Ne pas placer des objets inflammables près du moteur.
3. Les enfants et les animaux doivent être tenus à l’écart de la zone
de fonctionnement de l’appareil afin d’éviter les risques de brûlures
causées par les composants chauds du moteur ou par les
équipements utilisés avec le moteur.
4. Savoir comment couper le moteur rapidement et bien comprendre le
fonctionnement de toutes les commandes. Ne jamais laisser
quiconque utiliser le moteur sans lui avoir d’abord fourni les
directives appropriées.
5. Le carburant est une matière extrêmement inflammable et peut
exploser sous certaines conditions.
6. Ravitailler en carburant dans un endroit bien aéré une fois le
moteur arrêté. Ne pas fumer et s’assurer qu’il n’y ait ni flammes ni
étincelles dans la zone de ravitaillement ou d’entreposage du
carburant.
7. Ne pas trop remplir le réservoir d’essence. Après le ravitaillement,
s’assurer que le bouchon du réservoir soit bien fermé et serré.
8. Prendre soin de ne pas renverser de carburant lors du
ravitaillement, car les vapeurs émanant du carburant ou le carburant
déversé accidentellement peuvent s’enflammer. En cas de
déversement, s’assurer que l’endroit soit complètement sec avant
de démarrer le moteur.
9. Ne jamais mettre le moteur en marche dans un endroit fermé ou
restreint, car les gaz d’échappement contiennent des matières
toxiques, telles que le monoxyde de carbone, susceptibles de
provoquer des évanouissements ou même d’entraîner la mort.
10. Le silencieux devient très chaud durant le fonctionnement et le
demeure pendant un certain temps une fois le moteur arrêté.
S’assurer d’attendre quelques minutes avant de toucher au
silencieux. Pour éviter les risques de brûlures graves ou d’incendie,
laisser le moteur se refroidir avant de le transporter ou de
l’entreposer à l’intérieur.
11. Ne jamais expédier ou transporter l’appareil lorsque le réservoir est
rempli de carburant.
Instructions de mise à la terre
Les modèles électriques doivent être mis à la terre. La mise à la terre
réduit les risques d'électrocution lors d'un court-circuit en permettant au
courant de s'écouler par le fil de mise à la terre. Cet appareil est muni
d'un cordon électrique avec fil de mise à la terre ainsi que d'une fiche de
terre. La fiche doit être branchée sur une prise installée correctement et
mise à la terre conformément à la réglementation et aux codes en
vigueur.
DANGER — Une prise de terre mal branchée peut être à l'origine
d'électrocutions. S'il s'avère nécessaire de réparer ou de remplacer le
cordon électrique ou la fiche, ne pas brancher le fil vert de mise à la terre sur
l'une ou l'autre des bornes à broche plate. Le fil recouvert d'un isolant vert
avec ou sans rayures jaunes est le fil de mise à la terre et doit être branché
sur la broche de mise à la terre.
Si vous ne comprenez pas les instructions de mise à la terre ou si vous
n'êtes pas sûr que l'appareil est correctement mis à la terre, contactez un
électricien agréé. Ne pas modifier la fiche d'origine. Si la prise ne
convient pas à la fiche, faites installer la prise adéquate par un électricien
agréé.
Ce appareil est estimé plus que 15 ampères et pour l'emploi sur un
circuit a un nominal estimant de 120 volts, ou le appareil pour l'emploi
sur un circuit a un nominal estimant plus que 120 volts, et être usineéquipait avec une prise et corde électrique spécifique à permettre
raccordement à un circuit électrique correct. Être certain que le appareil
branché à un débouché a la même configuration comme la prise. Aucun
adaptateur ne peut être employé avec ce appareil. Si le appareil doit
être branché pour l'emploi sur un type différent de circuit électrique, le
raccordement devrait être fait par le personnel qualifié de service.
AVERTISSEMENT
Ne pas utiliser cet appareil pour vaporiser de l’eau ou de l’acide.
ATTENTION
Ne pas soulever par la poignée du chariot lors du chargement ou du
déchargement.
ATTENTION
Utiliser uniquement une rallonge à trois fils munie d'une fiche de
terre dans une prise secteur mise à la terre correspondant au type
de fiche de l'appareil. S'assurer que votre rallonge est en bon état.
Lorsque vous utilisez une rallonge, assurez-vous qu'elle soit d'un
calibre suffisant pour supporter l'intensité du courant requise par
l'appareil. Une rallonge trop mince entraîne une chute de tension,
une diminution de l'intensité et une surchauffe. Pour des longueurs
moins que 50 pieds, une rallonge de calibre 12 devraient être
employées. Si vous devez utiliser une rallonge à l’extérieur, celle-ci
doit comprendre la marque W-A après la désignation indiquant le
type de cordon. Par exemple, la désignation SJTW-A indique que le
cordon est conçu pour être utilisé à l’extérieur.
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Parts Lists and Service Instructions
Main Assembly — Gas Model
1
5
6
2
7
8
3
4
10
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2
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4
5
6
7
8
9
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Part #
235-143
930-515
759-038
520-100
840-212
103-828
506-131
759-001
424-620
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One Gun
Two Guns
Description
759-600
759-601
Motor/pump assembly....................................1 ....................1
Filter assembly, outlet manifold......................1 ....................1
Second gun kit......................................................................1
Airless Gun.....................................................1 ....................2
Bleed line assembly w/ valve .........................1 ....................1
Siphon hose assembly ...................................1 ....................1
Convertokit, 5.5 HP, Honda, Gasoline ...........1 ....................1
Cart assembly ................................................1 ....................1
Line pointer (not shown) ................................1 ....................1
SC-5 striping tips (optional, see below for part numbers)
645-1502
645-1504
645-1506
645-1702
645-1704
645-1706
645-1904
645-1906
645-2104
645-2106
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DC — Electric Convertokit
Gas Convertokits (P/N 506-131)
Item
1
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Part #
860-502
860-004
980-331
980-307
980-106
449-144
858-601
858-636
424-273
858-611
449-165
449-103
449-181
Part #
978-350
978-351
Description
Quantity
Nut, stop................................................8
Washer, flat ...........................................8
Engine, gas 5.5 HP, Honda...................1
Key ........................................................1
Pulley ....................................................1
Bracket ..................................................1
Nut.........................................................1
Screw ....................................................1
Spring ....................................................1
Nut, lock ................................................1
Vibration pad .........................................4
Mounting Plate, Gas Eng. .....................1
Belt. "V" (not shown)..............................*
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
860-501
860-002
977-228
449-170
590-068
335-017
860-004
860-535
860-552
449-181
506-211 506-210
Description
Qty.
Qty.
Motor, DC-Electric, 2 HP
50/60 Hz, 115 V .....................1
Motor,DC-Electric, 2 HP
50/60 Hz, 220 V .......................................1
Nut, Stop................................4................4
Washer, Lock .........................4................4
Pulley .....................................1................1
Mounting Plate.......................1................1
Grip, Handle...........................1................1
Handle ...................................1................1
Washer, Flat...........................8................8
Screw .....................................2................2
Screw .....................................2................2
Belt, "V" (not shown) ..............* ................*
*Not part of this assembly
*Not part of this assembly
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4. Inspect the commutator for burning, excessive pitting or
gouging. A black color on the commutator is normal.
Electric Convertokits Service Instructions
WARNING
Before servicing the electric motor, follow the “Pressure
Relief Procedure” in the Cleanup section of this manual.
Once you have completed this procedure, unplug the
power supply cord. Failure to reduce pressure can result
in serious injury. Observe all warnings.
Commutator
NOTE: Brushes should be replaced when they are
worn to less than 1/2 inch. Check and replace
both brushes at the same time. Brush Repair
Kit, Part No. 978-050, consists of: 2 brushes, 2
springs, and 2 clips.
1. Remove both inspection covers on motor.
5. Install the new brush so its lead slides in the long slot of
the brush holder. Push the terminal under the terminal
screw washer. Ensure the motor lead is still connected at
the screw. Tighten the screw.
Brush
Inspection
Cover
Terminal Screw
2. Push in the spring clip to unhook it, then pull it out..
Terminal Screw
Brush Lead
Brush Holder
Spring
Spring Clip
6. Place the spring on the brush as shown above. Push in
and hook the spring clip. Repeat this procedure for the
other side. Reinstall the inspection covers.
Spring Clip
3. Loosen the terminal screw. Pull the brush lead away, but
leave the motor lead in place. Remove the brush and
spring.
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Cart Assembly (P/N 759-001)
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
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
54a
55
56
61
62
63
64
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
85
86
87
32
Belt Guard Assembly (P/N 449-352)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
Part #
858-636
858-002
862-001
862-411
449-187
449-350
Description
Quantity
Screw ....................................................2
Lock washer..........................................2
Washer..................................................2
Nut ........................................................1
Clip........................................................1
Belt guard .............................................1
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Part #
424-281
756-157
866-004
866-210
756-034
757-022
759-025
759-017
759-008
759-020
756-136
759-018
759-019
424-271
759-024
858-002
858-611
424-269
862-401
860-004
757-014
757-055
862-468
862-001
862-410
759-026
757-089
759-110
756-029
424-226
862-436
862-002
424-224
759-042
424-247
870-404
756-079
424-216
756-130
761-405
757-050
759-027
757-128
757-091
757-129
226-001
770-720
759-031
759-035
757-092
759-043
770-596
757-130
756-154
424-201
858-912
756-035
424-229
858-637
424-202
858-601
424-248
860-936
858-653
424-249
858-603
858-636
858-002
424-245
759-012
759-013
700-784
759-016
756-087
759-014
424-221
862-460
757-096
Description
Quantity
Caster ..................................1
Screw...................................4
Washer ................................4
Nut .......................................4
Knob, clamp.........................4
Rod, clamp ..........................2
Frame, base ........................1
Bucket holder, domestic ......1
Cable, caster lock ................1
Handle .................................1
Lever assembly ...................1
Screw...................................2
Nut .......................................2
Clamp ..................................1
Screw...................................4
Washer ................................6
Nut .......................................4
Brake pad ............................1
Nut .......................................2
Washer ................................2
Bar .......................................1
Plastic end cap ....................1
Screw...................................2
Washer ..............................10
Nut .......................................8
Screw...................................6
Slide.....................................1
Screw...................................3
Block ....................................1
Clamp ..................................1
Screw...................................1
Washer ................................5
Arm, support ........................1
Block radius lock .................1
Cable clip.............................4
Nut, castle............................2
Pin, cotter ............................2
Cable, gun control ...............1
Clamp ..................................2
Snap ring .............................2
Wheel ..................................2
Axle, cart..............................1
Wheel bearing .....................2
Pail cover.............................1
Cap ......................................2
Nut .......................................2
Screw...................................2
Control guide .......................1
Strap, lever ..........................2
Screw...................................2
Bumper, rubber....................1
Washer ................................1
Seal .....................................2
Screw...................................2
Gun holder...........................1
Screw...................................1
Clamp ..................................1
Grease fitting .......................2
Screw...................................1
Lever....................................1
Nut .......................................1
Bearing ................................2
Screw...................................1
Screw...................................1
Bearing ................................1
Nut .......................................1
Screw...................................2
Washer ................................2
Handle grip ..........................2
Pin, caster lock ....................1
Guide block..........................1
Screw...................................4
Screw...................................1
Spring ..................................1
Block cover ..........................1
Support bracket ...................1
Bolt ......................................2
5 gallon pail (not shown) .....1
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Item
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
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26
27
28
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30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
Hydraulic System
1
30
31
32
33
2
3
34
4
5
35
6
7
8
36
9
37
38
39
40
41
10
11
12
13
39
14
15
16
17
18
40
42
12
43
19
44
20
21
22
45
46
23
24
25
26
27
25
Item
3
9
17
17
18
20
21
22
26
34
38
46
47
24
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Description
Quantity
Tubing, PTFE................................................1
Hose clamp ...................................................1
Tube connector .............................................1
Elbow ............................................................1
Pressure adjustment knob ............................1
Hydraulic pump .............................................1
Key, pump (.125 x .125 x 1)..........................1
Set screw ......................................................1
Pulley/fan assembly ......................................1
O-ring ............................................................1
Screw ............................................................1
Flat washer ...................................................2
Chain, 20” .....................................................1
Tank cover.....................................................1
Clinch nut ......................................................1
Washer ..........................................................2
Socket screw.................................................2
Screw ............................................................2
Tank gasket...................................................1
Nipple ............................................................1
Elbow, street .................................................1
Inlet screen ...................................................1
Hydraulic tank ...............................................1
Flex lock nut..................................................2
Flat washer ...................................................6
Tap bolt .........................................................1
Lock washer..................................................4
Belt guard brace............................................1
Shield (for model 449-709 only)....................1
Ball valve.......................................................1
Return hose assembly ..................................1
Pressure hose assembly...............................1
Elbow ............................................................1
Fitting ............................................................1
Filler cap w/ dipstick......................................1
Tube assembly..............................................1
Hydraulic By-Pass.........................................1
Hydraulic filter ...............................................1
Screw, HH .....................................................8
Lock washer................................................10
Ground lug ....................................................1
Nut.................................................................1
Thumb screw ................................................1
Acorn nut.......................................................1
Mounting plate retainer .................................1
Spacer...........................................................1
Screw, HH .....................................................2
Screw, HH .....................................................1
Plug ...............................................................1
Torque and Sealant Guide
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48
28
29
Part #
420-250
449-126
431-042
192-228
448-243
449-752
448-494
860-520
449-195
325-031
860-528
860-002
424-283
449-616
858-609
859-001
858-621
858-624
449-605
112-208
472-500
448-208
449-602
862-411
862-001
862-496
862-002
449-176
449-191
941-555
424-211
424-284
192-051
451-044
449-626
449-614
449-609
449-610
858-636
858-002
101-205
860-502
862-438
862-402
449-107
449-135
862-493
862-480
227-027
47
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Description
Use Hydraulic Sealant
Use Blue Loctite on threads
Use Blue Loctite on threads
Torque to 8 FT/LBS (117 N/m)
Torque to 8 FT/LBS (117 N/m)
Use Hydraulic Sealant
Use Hydraulic Sealant
Use Hydraulic Sealant
Torque to 15 FT/LBS (219 N/m)
Use Hydraulic Sealant
Torque to 20 FT/LBS (293 N/m)
Torque to 15 FT/LBS (219 N/m)
Torque to 15 FT/LBS (219 N/m)
Hydraulic Motor
Torque flex locknut to
10 ft./lbs. (146N/m).
Use blue Loctite.
Hydraulic Motor Service Instructions
Disassembly
1. Disconnect the high pressure hose line from the elbow (32
and 33 in Hydraulic System parts list) on the back of the
rotary pump.
2. Remove the two mounting bolts and two lock washers (86
and 32 in Cart Assembly parts list) that attach the
motor/pump assembly to the frame. See Cart Assembly
parts list.
3. Place the motor/pump assembly in a vise, holding it securely
by the motor/pump block (25, in Hydraulic Motor parts list).
Disassembly of Hydraulic Motor
Disassembly of the hydraulic motor must be carried out in an
absolutely clean area. Any dust or metallic particles left in the
motor or entering it on reassembly may damage the critical parts
and affect its service life and warranty. If the hydraulic motor is
operable, start the machine and place the hydraulic piston rod
(21) in its top position. The numbers in parentheses refer to the
Hydraulic Motor parts list on the following page.
1. Remove cylinder head plug (7).
2. Loosen lock ring (22) with a spanner wrench and unthread
tube retaining nut on tee (27). Loosen tube retaining nut on
elbow (15). Slide the nut down. Push motor tube (26) into
tee (27) far enough to clear elbow (15). Slowly unthread
cylinder head (11) and Iift it just high enough above the
cylinder (23) to reach the valve rod assembly (20) with vise
grip pliers.
3. The hydraulic piston rod (21) should be near the top of its
stroke for disassembly. It may be necessary to use a wood
or nylon driver to push the hydraulic piston rod up to its top
position.
4. Grip the valve rod securely with vise grip pliers and then
remove the FlexLoc nut (9) from the top of the valve rod
assembly (20). Be careful that spool (5) does not fall. The
cylinder head (11) can now be lifted off. Unthread the
cylinder (23) from the motor pump block (25). Note: An extra
lock ring (22) can be used to jam the two lock rings together
on the cylinder and a pipe wrench can be used to unthread
the cylinder (23) from the motor pump block (25).
5. To remove connecting rod pin (2, in Fluid Pump parts list),
slide the ring up with a small screwdriver, and then push the
connecting rod pin out (see illustration on pg. 24).
6. Remove the hydraulic piston rod assembly from the motor
pump block (25).
7. Remove rod seal (24), being extremely careful not to scratch
the seal groove in the motor pump block (25).
8. Place the piston retainer screw (16) on the hydraulic piston
rod assembly in a vise. Slide a long bar through the hole at
the base of the hydraulic piston rod for leverage, and
unthread the hydraulic piston rod from the piston retainer
screw.
9. Remove piston (17) and lift out valve rod assembly (20).
10. Remove piston seal (18) and o-ring (19).
11. Remove trip retainers (1), trip springs (3), and balls (4) from
cylinder head (11). Remove o-rings (2) from trip retainers (1).
12. Remove retaining ring (14) and sleeve retainer (13). Gently
tap spool/sleeve set (5) out of cylinder head (11) using a
wood or nylon rod.
13. Inspect hydraulic piston rod (21) and cylinder (23) for wear,
scratches, and dents. Replace if damaged.
14. Inspect spool valve (5) for wear. Replace if necessary. spool
valve should move smoothly and freely with no force by
holding in a vertical position. If it does not, it can cause the
motor to stall.
Torque head plug to
15 ft./lbs. (219 N/m).
Do not over-tighten
o-ring seal.
Torque trip
retainers to
15 ft./lbs. (365 N/m).
Do not over-tighten
o-ring seal.
Torque piston
retainers to
75 ft./lbs. (1095 N/m).
Use red Loctite.
Seal lip must
face down.
Use blue
Loctite on
lock ring.
Use
hydraulic
sealant.
Use
hydraulic
sealant.
Seal lip must
face up.
Valve rod assembly
is factory set and
permanently Loctited.
Do not disassemble.
WARNING
Before servicing the electric motor, follow the “Pressure
Relief Procedure” in the Cleanup section of this manual.
Once you have completed this procedure, unplug the power
supply cord. Failure to reduce pressure can result in
serious injury. Observe all warnings.
NOTE: Reassembly of this motor should be carried out in
a clean, dust free area only. It is recommended
that a full “Motor Service Kit, Minor” (P/N 235-050)
be on hand. All parts should be inspected for
absolute cleanliness. Any paricles of dust or metal
will affect the service life of the sealed motor and
hydraulic system.
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27
27a
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
25
26
27
27a
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Part #
235-018
141-007
325-005
569-016
441-908
441-152
235-030
441-217
858-811
818-002
235-112
431-032
431-053
431-054
192-000
235-022
235-014
235-027
235-026
235-021
235-948
235-001
235-007
235-028
235-929
235-029
197-031
431-019
700-499
Reassembly of Hydraulic Motor
1. Separate spool/sleeve set (5). Place o-rings (6) onto sleeve.
Lubricate o-rings with hydraulic oil. Gently push the sleeve
into cylinder head (11) with the flatter side of the sleeve facing
out. Use a nylon rod to tap sleeve down until it reaches its full
depth. Do not use any other type of tool that might damage or
leave particles or residue on the sleeve. Install the spool
through the top of the cylinder head, down into the sleeve.
Description
Quantity
Trip retainer.........................................2
O-ring ..................................................2
Trip spring, .........................................2
Ball, SS ...............................................2
Spool / sleeve set ...............................1
O-ring ..................................................3
Cylinder head plug..............................1
O-ring ..................................................1
Flex lock nut .......................................1
Street elbow, 90º.................................1
Cylinder head......................................1
O-ring ..................................................2
Sleeve retainer....................................1
Retainer ring .......................................1
Elbow ..................................................1
Piston retainer screw ..........................1
Piston ..................................................1
Piston seal ..........................................1
O-ring ..................................................1
Valve rod assembly.............................1
Hydraulic piston rod ............................1
Lock ring .............................................1
Cylinder...............................................1
Rod seal..............................................1
Motor pump block ...............................1
Motor tube...........................................1
Tee ......................................................1
O-ring kit .............................................1
O-ring ..................................................1
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CAUTION
Do not use Piston Lube pump packing lubricant. It is a
solvent and will severely damage seals and O-Rings of the
hydraulic motor.
2. Install o-rings (2) on trip retainers (1). Install trip retainer balls
(4) followed by springs (3) which, when installed, will hold
spool/sleeve set (5) in proper place for assembly.
3. Install sleeve retainer (13) followed by snap ring (14) into
cylinder head (11), which will hold valve sleeve in place.
Install o-ring (12) in the o-ring groove of the cylinder head.
4. Replace lower seal (24) in motor block (25). Be sure the
open portion of the seal is facing upward (V). This seal
requires no special tool.
5. Place hydraulic piston rod (21) in vise. Inspect valve rod
assembly (20) for any damage. Make sure the lock nut at
the bottom of the valve rod assembly (20) is secure. DO
NOT remove. Then, place into hydraulic piston rod (21) as
illustrated. Install o-ring (19), lubricating it well and replacing
piston (17) onto hydraulic piston rod (21). Put one drop of
blue Loctite on the piston retainer screw (16). Tighten piston
retainer screw until piston is locked into place. Check valve
rod assembly (20) for normal spring action at this time.
6. Install piston seal (18) with lips facing downward. Carefully
install piston seal (18). Expand the ring and stretch it
sufficiently for installation.
7. With motor pump block (25) still in vise, install lower seal
(24) by pushing it towards its groove with a properly sized
blunt rod. Then complete installation with the fingers. No tool
is necessary. Do not twist the seal.
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Fluid Pump
8. Pre-lubricate the piston and valve rod assembly with
Coolflo™ hydraulic fluid (P/N 430-361). Install hydraulic
piston rod (21) into motor pump block (25) with a gently
pushing and rotating motion to work the hydraulic piston rod
in through the seal (24).
NOTE: Inspect the bottom of hydraulic piston rod (21)
for nicks or sharp areas that could damage the
piston seal during installation through the pump
block (25).
9. Replace the connecting rod pin and retainer ring. See
illustration below.
10. Install o-ring (12) on cylinder wall. Lubricate ring and inner
wall. With the hydraulic piston rod held firmly, the cylinder
should be gently driven over the piston seal with a rubber
mallet. Tightly thread the cylinder into motor pump block (25).
11. Raise hydraulic piston rod (21) to top position and thread lock
ring (22) all the way up on upper threads of cylinder (23).
12. Pull valve rod assembly (20) up as far as it will travel and
grasp it with vise grip pliers. Then install cylinder head (11),
already assembled, over valve rod until the top threads of
the valve rod pass through the top of the spool/sleeve set
(5). The valve rod threads must be clean and free of oil.
Place one drop of blue Loctite on threads of flex lock nut (9)
and thread nut onto valve rod to full tight position (do not
over-tighten) while holding valve rod below with vise grip
pliers.
13. Thread cylinder head (11) down onto the cylinder (23) and
then back off just enough to reassemble hydraulic fittings
and motor tube (26). Tighten lock ring with spanner wrench
to hold cylinder head in position.
14. The tee assembly (27) and the elbow (15) use an o-ring
(27a) to seal on the outer diameter (O.D.) of the motor tube
(26). The O.D. of the motor tube should be free of scratches
or sharp edges. The lock nuts on these fittings first should
be hand tightened, then wrench tightened another half turn.
15. Install o-ring (8) onto cylinder head plug (7). Tighten.
Wet cup area
for piston lube
packing
lubricant.
Peaks of lower
packings must
face down.
Peaks of upper
packings must
face up.
Torque piston
retainers to
75 ft./lbs.
(1095 N/m).
Use blue
Loctite.
Motor Service Kit, Minor (P/N 235-050)
Part #
Description
Quantity
Item
2
141-007
O-ring ....................................................2
3
325-005
Trip spring .............................................2
4
569-016
Ball, SS .................................................2
6
441-152
O-ring ....................................................3
8
441-217
O-ring ....................................................1
9
858-811
Flex lock nut .........................................1
12
431-032
O-ring ....................................................2
18
235-027
Piston seal ............................................1
19
235-026
O-ring ....................................................1
24
235-028
Rod seal................................................1
Lubricate O-ring.
PTFE tape
siphon hose
Fluid Pump Service Instructions
IMPORTANT: Use of non-Speeflo manufactured service
parts my void warrranty. Ask for original
parts made by Speeflo for best services.
The 143 Series Pump should receive a
routine servicing after approximately 1,000
hours of use. Earlier servicing is required
if there is excessive leakage from the top
packing or if pump strokes become faster
on one stroke or the other. The use of
Speeflo Piston Lube (P/N 700-925) is
recommended as an upper packing
lubricant. Do not substitute oil, water, or
solvent for an upper packing lubricant.
Connecting Pin Arrangement
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Disassembly
1. Remove siphon tube assembly. Unthread foot valve (15)
and pump cylinder (11) with strap wrench.
2. Slide the retainer ring (1) up with a small screwdriver, then
push the connecting pin (2) out.
3. Pull displacement rod (6) through the lower cavity of the
pump block.
4. Remove the pump block, PTFE o-ring (3), upper packing
spring (5), and upper packing set (4).
5. Hold displacement rod (6) in a vise by the flats at the top of
the displacement rod and remove piston seat (10) with
wrench while holding the displacement rod horizontal with
wooden support, if necessary. Remove ball (9), lower
packing set (4), lower packing spring (8) and spring retainer
(7).
6. Remove ball cage (13), PTFE o-ring (3), and ball (14).
7. Replace connecting pin (2) and retainer ring (1) .
8. Remove o-ring (12) from pump cylinder (11)
1
2
11
6
3
12
7
4
8
3
13
14
Reassembly
5
4
15
NOTE: Use PTFE tape on all threaded pipe connections.
1. Place ball (14) into foot valve (15), followed by ball cage
(13).
2. Insert PTFE o-ring (3) into lower groove of foot valve (15).
3. Place lower packing set (4) onto piston seat (10) with the
peak of the “V” packings pointing down toward the foot
valve.
9
10
NOTE: Packings must be soaked in oil before
installation.
Part #
235-929
Description
Quantity
Pump block ...........................................1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
143-019
143-120
145-031
138-153
142-004
143-117
138-001
142-003
138-225
143-945
143-822
140-009
145-032
920-103
143-998
Retainer ring .........................................1
Connecting pin......................................1
O-ring, PTFE ........................................2
Packing set, leather/UHMPWPE/steel..2
Packing spring, SS ...............................1
Displacement rod, Severe Service 500 ...1
Spring retainer ......................................1
Packing spring, SS ...............................1
Ball, SS .................................................1
Piston seat ............................................1
Pump cylinder, Severe Service 500 .....1
O-ring ....................................................1
Ball cage, SS ........................................1
Ball, SS .................................................1
Foot valve assembly .............................1
(See item 25 On Hydraulic Motor Assembly)
4. Clean the threads on piston seat (10) and coat the threads
with blue Loctite. Make sure no Loctite is on the seat.
5. Place ball (9) onto piston seat (10).
6. Place lower packing spring (8) onto piston seat (10),
followed by spring retainer (7).
7. Screw displacement rod (6) and piston seat(10) together.
Tighten in a vise to 75 ft./lbs.
8. Insert PTFE o-ring (3) into upper grove of pump block.
9. Insert upper packing set (4) into pump block with the peak
of the “V” packings pointing up toward the motor.
NOTE: Packings must be soaked in oil before
installation.
10. Place upper packing spring (5) into the pump block with the
small tapered end facing up toward the pump block.
11. Insert displacement rod (6) up through the upper packings in
the pump block.
12. Align the holes in displacement rod (6) and the hydraulic
piston rod and insert connecting pin (2).
13. Thread the short threads of pump cylinder (11) into the
pump block and tighten with a strap wrench.
14. Place o-ring (12) onto the top grove of pump cylinder (11).
15. Thread foot valve (15) onto pump cylinder (11), tighten with
a strap wrench, then back off to align the siphon hose.
Pump Service Kit, Major (P/N 143-500)
Item
6
11
Part #
143-050
143-117
143-822
Description
Quantity
Pump Service Kit, Minor .......................1
Displacement rod..................................1
Pump cylinder .......................................1
Pump Service Kit, Minor (P/N 143-050)
Item
1
3
4
9
12
14
NOTE: It is not necessary to over-tighten the foot valve.
O-ring seals perform sealing function without
excessive tightening. Full thread engagement is
sufficient. The foot valve may be rotated
backward up to 1/2 turn from full engagement for
convenient hose position.
For siphon hose attachment, it is critically
important that the threads of the siphon hose fit
snugly into the foot valve with the hose
assembly couplings PTFE taped and sealed to
prevent air leakage.
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Item
23
Part #
143-019
145-031
138-153
138-225
140-009
920-103
426-051
Description
Quantity
Retainer ring .........................................1
O-ring, PTFE ........................................2
Packing set, leather/UHMWPE/steel ....2
Ball, SS .................................................1
O-ring ....................................................1
Ball, SS .................................................1
Loctite sealant.......................................1
Inlet Accessories
CAUTION
Bleed Line Assembly with Valve (P/N 840-212)
All non-moving threads must be assembled with Speeflo
Loctite Sealant (P/N 426-051).
Siphon Hose Assembly (P/N 103-828)
1
1
2
2
3
3
5
2
4
Item
1
2
3
4
Part #
944-620
103-117
539-062
103-159
6
4
Description
Quantity
Bleed valve ...........................................1
Tube......................................................1
Hose assembly .....................................1
Bleed line assembly..............................1
7
Bleed Valve Assembly (P/N 944-620)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Part #
420-070
103-676
103-575
103-627
194-761
103-119
103-125
Description
Quantity
Hose, 3.5’..............................................1
Hose clamp...........................................2
Tube......................................................1
Rock catcher.........................................1
Adapter .................................................1
Clip........................................................1
Spring ...................................................1
Item
Part #
Description
Quantity
1
944-005
Knob .....................................................1
2
860-721
Lock nut ................................................1
3
944-023
Valve stem ............................................1
4
---------Valve body ............................................1
5
944-004
O-ring, PTFE ........................................1
6
944-026
Valve stem stop ....................................1
7
569-170
Ball, T.C. ...............................................1
8
945-003
Copper gasket ......................................1
9
944-904
Valve seat .............................................1
Service Instructions
The 944-620 Series Bleed Valve has a tungsten carbide valve
seat and should not require frequent replacement. The tungsten
carbide ball, in normal service, will last a long time because it
rotates and wears evenly. If there is leakage, replace the ball.
CAUTION
Open the adjustment knob, to full counterclockwise position
before unthreading valve seat, from valve body. If the valve
stem is rotated inwardly with the ball removed, the PTFE oring may require replacement. If there has been leakage
from the valve stem, the PTFE o-ring should be replaced
NOTE: The valve stem stop must be unthreaded from
the valve stem with a socket screwdriver, then
the valve stem can be threaded out of the valve
body.
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Outlet Accessories
Operation
The 930 Series Outlet Manifold Filter has a built in spring actuated
check valve. It uses a replaceable filter element with a stainless
steel check ball permanently trapped inside the element. The
element is available in the following screen sizes:
Part #
Mesh
Typical Applications
930-005
5
High viscosity materials
930-006
50*
Conventional materials
930-007
100
Low viscosity materials
The filter cap has a long stem that acts as a spring guide and
controls ball travel within the filter element. The filter body has a
replaceable tungsten carbide seat which is secured by a PTFE oring.
The incorporation of this spring loaded check valve into the filter
manifold greatly reduces hydraulic shock at stroke changeover
and reduces opportunity for hydraulic stalls. Always use the 930
Series Filter Element / Check Ball in this PowrLiner system. Do
not use 920 Series filter elements. Do not run the system
without a 930 Series filter element/check ball. When using heavy
high viscosity materials, use the 5-mesh filter element/check ball.
930 Outlet Manifold Filter Assembly with Check
Valve
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Cleaning
Clean filter regularly. Dirty or clogged filters can greatly reduce
filtering ability and cause a number of system problems including
poor spray patterns, clogged spray tips, etc.
To clean the filter, shutoff system and relieve all system pressure,
see the “Pressure Relief Procedure” in the Safety Warnings
section of this manual
Remove filter cap with spring guide (1) and spring (2). Pull filter
element with check ball (3) straight out of filter body (8).
Thoroughly clean inside filter body (8), filter element with check
ball (3), and filter cap with spring guide (1) with appropriate
solvent. Use care in handling parts as dirt, debris, scratches, or
nicks may prevent o-rings or gaskets from sealing.
The 930 Series Filter Elements filter from the inside out. Be
certain to clean the screen element thoroughly on the inside.
Soak in solvent to loosen hardened paint. etc. or replace.
11
8
9
10
12
Item Part #
1 930-937
2 930-020
3 930-005
930-006
930-007
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
920-006
920-070
891-193
180-909
930-920
193-331
812-003
227-033
191-449
930-514
930-515
930-516
Description
Qty.
Qty..
Qty.
Filter cap assembly .......1 .............1.............1
Spring ............................1 .............1.............1
Filter element,
5 M, w/ball .....................1
Filter element,
50 M, w/ball ...................................1
Filter element,
100 M, w/ball ................................................1
Gasket, PTFE (thick).....1 .............1.............1
Gasket, PTFE (thin) ......1 .............1.............1
O-ring, PTFE.................1 .............1.............1
Seat, tungsten carbide ..1 .............1.............1
Filter body......................1 .............1.............1
Hex nipple......................* ..............* .............*
Hex nipple......................* ..............* .............*
Pipe plug........................* ..............* .............*
Hex nipple......................* ..............* .............*
Service
NOTE: Inspect all parts thoroughly.
1. Inspect ball trapped inside filter element (3). If ball has
pressure cuts or scratches, replace filter element.
2. If ball is cut, remove PTFE o-ring (6) with an o-ring pick and
remove tungsten carbide seat (7). Check carbide seat for
nicks or grooves. If seat is nicked or grooved, replace.
3. Removal of the PTFE o-ring (6) for seat (7) inspection will
damage the o-ring and require replacement.
4. Remove the spring (2) from the filter cap (1). Measure the
length of the spring, uncompressed. If it measures less than
3/4" from end to end, replace. Push spring back onto spring
guide until it "snaps" in place.
5. Inspect the PTFE gaskets (4, 5) and o-ring for deformity,
nicks, cuts, etc. Replace as required.
*Order installation kit P/N 930-101.
Filter Service Kit (P/N 930-050)
Item
2
4
5
6
Part #
930-020
920-006
920-070
891-193
Reassembly
After inspecting and cleaning all parts, reassemble the filter assembly.
NOTE: The PTFE o-ring (6) and PTFE gaskets (4, 5) are
packaged in the Filter Service Kit (P/N 930-050).
Description
Quantity
Spring ...................................................1
Gasket, PTFE.......................................1
Gasket, PTFE.......................................1
O-Ring, PTFE.......................................1
1. Place tungsten carbide seat (7) in filter body, using care to
place the beveled side up.
2. Place PTFE o-ring (6) in groove on the outer diameter of the
tungsten carbide seat (7).
3. Place filter element/check ball (3) back in filter body (8).
Specifications
Maximum Working Pressure............5000 psi (345 bar)
Filter Area.........................................18 In2 (116 cm2)
Outlet Ports ......................................(1) 1/4" NPT(F) for bleed
valve
(1) 3/8" NPT(F) with 1/4
NPSM(M) hose connection
(1) 3/8" NPT(F) plugged for
additional gun hookup.
Wetted Parts ....................................Carbon steel with electroless
nickel and cadmium plating,
stainless steel, tungsten
carbide, PTFE
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NOTE: The top and bottom of the filter element/check
ball are identical.
4. Place spring (2) back onto spring guide in filter cap (1).
Push spring onto guide rod until it "snaps" in place.
5. Place thin PTFE gasket (5) onto step at top of the filter body (8).
6. Place thick PTFE gasket (4) onto top of the gasket (5).
7. Tighten filter cap (1) onto filter body (8). This will engage oring (6) against tungsten carbide seat (7).
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Second Gun Assembly Complete (P/N 759-038)
20
21
4
5
1
22
6
7
23
16
17
18
19
8
9
10
24
17
25
23
11
26
27
12
13
2
14
15
12
13
3
28
29
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
25
26
27
28
29
Part #
756-029
424-288
756-124
814-002
203-516
862-436
862-002
424-226
424-224
756-034
424-201
858-002
858-636
756-035
858-912
424-229
424-248
858-637
858-601
940-553
227-006
424-216
858-603
860-936
424-202
424-249
858-653
520-100
641-517
645-1904
Description
Quantity
Block clamp ..........................................1
Cable guide...........................................1
Extension support bracket....................1
Hex nipple ............................................1
Whip hose assembly ............................1
Screw, hex head...................................1
Lock washer .........................................1
Cable mounting clamp..........................1
Support arm..........................................1
Knob .....................................................1
Gun holder............................................1
Lock washer .........................................2
Screw, hex head...................................2
Clamp ...................................................1
Screw, shoulder....................................1
Grease fitting ........................................1
Flanged bearing ...................................2
Screw....................................................1
Nut ........................................................1
Ball valve ..............................................1
Hex nipple ............................................1
Gun control cable assembly.................1
Nut ........................................................2
Screw, shoulder....................................1
Actuator lever .......................................1
Sleeve bearing .....................................1
Screw, socket head ..............................1
Airless gun, SGX ..................................1
Reversible tip, .017” .............................1
Reversible tip, .019...............................1
Second Gun Installation
NOTE: The gun support beam must be removed to
install the second gun and hose. The sprayer
must be shut down before installation.
WARNING
Before installing the second gun, follow the “Pressure Relief
Procedure” in the Cleanup section of this manual. Once you
have completed this procedure, unplug the power supply
cord. Failure to reduce pressure can result in serious injury.
1. Engage the first gun’s trigger lock.
2. Remove the trigger cable from the block of the first gun.
Trigger Cable
NOTE: The gun or guns can be installed on either side
of the cart and can face either forward or
backward.
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Tension Adjustment
To increase tension, loosen the screw in the cable tension clamp
block on the gun arm. Slide the block forward to increase the
gap between the lever and the point where the trigger touches
the gun arm.
To decrease tension, slide the block backwards. Make sure
there is about 1/32” to 1/16” gap between the trigger lever and
where the trigger touches the bar.
3. Remove the plastic plug from the main bar. Slide the
extension bar through the clamp upright and the main bar to
the desired position. Tighten the clamp knob to secure the
clamp upright and the extension bar.
Main Bar
Clamp Upright
Clamp Knob
Cable Tension
Clamp Block
Extension
Bar
Remove plastic plug.
NOTE: The main bar has a clearance hole for the clamp
knob to go through and tighten onthe extension
bar.
Check gap here
4. Mount the gun holders as shown in the Cart Assembly
exploded view drawing in this section.
5. Locate the second gun outlet on the pump. Remove the
plug and screw in the second gun hose.
NOTE: Once the second gun is in positio, the trigger
cables can be installed on both guns. Make sure
the trigger cable from the second gun is
disconnected before performing the next step.
CAUTION
Before making any adjustments to the gun, always move the
gun’s trigger lock to its locked position and release the
trigger cable from the block by lifting the cable up and out
of the block. There will be a brief triggering of the gun when
you release the cable.
6. Insert the cable bushing into the guide plate. The first gun
cable and the second gun cable should be parallel.
7. Insert the hooked end of the cable into the lever plate.
Make sure it engages the plate.
8. Reconnect the trigger cables to the guns. Connect both
cables to the blocks.
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Trigger Selection
Trigger Assembly
1
The handlebar on the right triggers the gun or guns. The
selector on the trigger must be set for the first gun, both guns, or
the second gun .
5
First Gun
The first gun position is with the
selector in the left position. Push
the lever toward the inside of the
frame until the pin engages the left
plate.
6
2
7
3
4
Dual Guns
The dual gun position is with the
selector in the center position.
Push the lever toward the center
position until the pin engages both
plates. The pin must engage both
plates.
8
4
9
Second Gun
The second gun position is with
the selector in the right position.
Push the lever away from the
inside of the frame until the pin
engages the right plate.
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8
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part #
424-219
856-744
424-203
424-218
759-034
424-229
759-015
424-217
759-033
424-227
Description
Quantity
Mounting block .....................................1
Screw....................................................1
Trigger ..................................................1
Flanged bearing ...................................2
Pin ........................................................1
Grease fitting ........................................1
Clevis pin..............................................1
Lever plate............................................1
Knob .....................................................1
Spool ....................................................1
Line Pointer (P/N 424-620)
1
2
1
3
4
Item
1
2
Part #
424-244
424-257
Description
Quantity
Clamping bolt........................................2
Clamp ...................................................1
Item
3
4
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Part #
424-258
424-268
Description
Quantity
Guide ....................................................1
Cap .......................................................1
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Accessories and Service Kits
SAE O-Ring Fitting Installation
These items may be purchased separately from your local
Speeflo distributor.
Description
Part #
930-005
Paint Filter Element, 5 Mesh (for multicolors
and heavy materials)
930-006
Paint Filter Element, 50 Mesh (for latex and
normal architectural materials)
930-007
Paint Filter Elements, 100 Mesh (for stains,
lacquers and fine materials)
160-124
Nylon Paint Strainer - 1 Gallon (Pack of 24)
160-524
Nylon Paint Strainer - 5 Gallon (Pack of 24)
101-208
Grounding Clamp
101-212
Grounding Wire, 12 Gauge x 25'
700-925
Piston Lube
430-362
Coolflo™ Hydraulic Fluid, 1 Quart
430-361
Coolflo™ Hydraulic Fluid, 1 Gallon
930-050
Service Kit for Paint Filter
944-050
Service Kit for Bleed Valve
Steps 1 & 2:
Lubricate
Lubricate
Step 3:
1. Pull washer and oring back as far as
possible.
2. Lubricate o-ring and
entrance port.
3. Screw fitting in until
washer pushes oring into entrance
and sits flat against
port. (Do not
tighten! - only do this
step hand tight to
compress o-ring into
port!)
Align
Step 4:
Athletic Field Marking Kit/Turf Kit
1
2
3
4. Back fitting out no
more than one
complete turn to
align as required.
4
Item
1
2
3
4
Step 5:
Tighten nut
Hold
this part
stationay
Recess
gap
Cautions:
Avoid screwing fitting in too far.
No gap
5. Torque nut wrench
tight holding backup
on fitting. This
should expose a
recess gap behind
the nut which can
act as an indicator
that the fitting is
assembled correctly.
(This is a feature for
a specific version of
this fitting only which screws into
the cylinder head.
Other fittings, as the
ones which attach to
the hydraulic pump,
assemble the same
but may not have
the indicator.)
Description
Quantity
Axle assembly ......................................1
Cotter key .............................................2
Hex nut .................................................2
Wheel assembly ...................................2
Turf Kit Installation
1. To install the turf kit permanently:
a. Remove the lever assembly from the handle by removing
the screw and nut from the clamp that attaches the lever
assembly to the handle.
b. Disconnect the cable assembly form the lever actuator
assembly by removing the machine screw from the lever
actuator assembly.
c. Remove the cable locking nut located on the inside of the
gun bar bracket.
d. Slide the exposed cable through the slot in the gun bar
bracket and remove the entire cable assembly.
To install the turf kit temporarily:
a. Disconnect the nut and the socket head screw from the
the lever actuator assembly by removing the machine
screw from the lever actuator assembly.
b. Tie back the loose cable to the sprayer’s frame using
cable ties or t ape.
Frame
2. Remove the nut and the socket
head screw from the frame and
the lever actuator assembly. The
lever actuator will now hang from
the front wheel assembly by the
connecting ring.
3. With the sprayer tilted back,
remove the front wheel assembly
by removing the four nuts,
washers, and hex head screws
that secure it to the frame.
Turf Kit
Assembly
4. Bolt the turf kit assembly to the
frame using the four nuts,
washers, and hex head screws removed in the previous step.
Bent washer allows
for o-ring extrusion
Avoid leaving fitting too far out.
O-ring cut on
thread
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Part #
424-821
570-010
870-404
424-213
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Notes
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Limited Warranty
Titan Tool Inc. warrants all equipment manufactured by it and bearing its brand names to be free from defects in material and
workmanship at the time of sale by an authorized Speeflo distributor. Titan Tool Inc. will for a period of twelve months (twenty-four
months on selected air powered models) from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment proven defective. Repair
or replacement under this warranty shall be purchaser's sole remedy for breach of this warranty. Products furnished by but not
manufactured by Titan Tool Inc. (such as hose, motors, engines, hydraulic pumps, etc.) will carry only the warranty of the
manufacturer, if any. (TITAN TOOL INC. DOES NOT WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE FOR ACCESSORIES, MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT,
COMPONENTS AND PRODUCTS NOT MADE BY TITAN TOOL INC.)
This warranty shall not apply if the product has been subject to misuse, negligence, accident or tampering or has not been operated
or installed in accordance with Titan Tool Inc.'s recommendations. This warranty does not cover and Titan Tool Inc. shall not be liable
for any damage, wear or malfunction caused by improper or inadequate maintenance, abrasion, corrosion or substitution of
components, parts or hydraulic fluid not supplied by Titan Tool Inc. Titan Tool Inc. shall not be liable for the improper design,
manufacture, installation, operation or maintenance of accessories, components or materials not supplied by Titan Tool Inc. Titan Tool
Inc. shall not be liable for damage or wear caused by incompatibility with Titan Tool Inc. equipment of materials, equipment or
accessories not supplied by Titan Tool Inc.
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser and only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance
with Titan Tool Inc.'s written recommendations or instructions. Purchaser must, with transportation prepaid, return the equipment
claimed to be defective to Titan Tool Inc. or to an authorized Warranty Service Center for verification of the claimed defect. If the
alleged defect is verified, Titan Tool Inc. will, at Titan Tool Inc.'s option, repair or replace any defective parts. The equipment will be
returned including prepayment of transportation charges to the original purchaser. If no defects in material and workmanship are
found, repairs will be made by Titan Tool Inc. at a reasonable charge. Charges may include the cost of parts, labor and freight.
No statement or recommendation made or assistance given by Titan Tool Inc. or its representatives to purchaser, lessee or user or its
representatives shall constitute a warranty by Titan Tool Inc. or a waiver or modification of any of the provisions hereof to create any
liability for Titan Tool Inc. No sample or model shall create an express warranty that the products shall conform to any sample or
model exhibited by Titan Tool Inc.
TITAN TOOL INC. DISCLAIMS TO THE FULL EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND ANY
NON CONTRACTUAL LIABILITIES INCLUDING PRODUCT LIABILITY BASED ON NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITIES. Every
form of liability is expressly excluded and denied for direct, indirect, special or consequential damages or loss. This warranty shall be
in lieu of any other warranty expressed or implied. The terms of this warranty constitute purchaser's sole and exclusive remedy. In
no case shall Titan Tool Inc.'s liability exceed the amount of the purchase price. Any action for breach of warranty must be brought
within two (2) years of the date of sale.
Patents
These products are covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents:
5,947,381
5,749,528
5,660,332
5,425,506
4,611,758
4,508,268
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1-800-526-5362
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1-800-565-8665
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International
1-201-405-7520
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