Graco 313997ZAV, HFR Owner's Manual

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Setup - Operation

HFR

Hydraulic, Plural-Component, Fixed-Ratio Proportioner.

For pouring and dispensing sealants and adhesives and polyurethane foam.

For professional use only. Not for use in explosive atmospheres.

313997ZAV

EN

Important Safety Instructions

Read all warnings and instructions in this manual. Save these instructions.

See page 4 for model information and maximum

working pressure.

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Contents

Related Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Product Configurator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Whip Hose Bundles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Individual B (Blue) Heated Whip Hose . . . . . . . . 7

Individual A (Red) Heated Whip Hose . . . . . . . . . 7

B (Blue) Individual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

A (Red) Individual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Hose Bundling Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Applicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

B (Blue) Applicator Orifice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Iso A (Red) Applicator Orifice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

AC Power Pack with S-Head/L-Head Hoses,

Optional Boom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Dispense Valve Interface Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Flow Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Pump Feed Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

B (Blue) and A (Red) Feed Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Manual and Semi-Automatic Circulation Kits . . 16

Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Important Two-Component Material Information 20

Isocyanate Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Material Self-ignition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Keep Components A (Red) and B (Blue) Separate

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Moisture Sensitivity of Isocyanates . . . . . . . . . 21

Foam Resins with 245 fa Blowing Agents . . . . 21

Changing Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

A (Red) and B (Blue) Components . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Typical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Component Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Hydraulic Power Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Motor Control Module (MCM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Advanced Display Module (ADM) . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Fluid Control Module (FCM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Temperature Control Module (Heated HFR Only) 34

Dispense Requests and Valves Overview . . . . . . 37

Dispense Request/Valve Connection . . . . . . . . 38

Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Vacuum De-gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Vacuum De-gas and Vacuum Manual Refill . . . 46

Advanced Display Module (ADM) Operation . . . . 47

Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Pressure Relief Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Flushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

ADM - Battery Replacement and Screen Cleaning

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

MCM and TCM - Clean Heat Sink Fins . . . . . . . 54

Install Upgrade Tokens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Programming Tokens/Updating System Software

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Fluid Inlet Strainer Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Grease Cup Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

Light Tower (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

Common Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

ADM Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Motor Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Fluid Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

Temperature Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Appendix A - ADM Icons Overview . . . . . . . . . . . 68

Setup Screen Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

Run Screen Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Overview . . . . 70

Appendix C - ADM Run Screens Overview . . . . . 89

Appendix D - ADM Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95

Appendix E - System Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108

Appendix F -USB Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109

Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109

USB Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109

Download Log Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109

Log Files, Folder Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110

Transfer System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112

Update Custom Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113

Appendix G- Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115

Temperature Displayed and Actual Material

Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115

Appendix H- Circulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

Circulation Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

Manual Recirculation Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

Semi-Automatic Circulation Feature . . . . . . . . 116

Manual and Semi-Automatic Circulation Feature

Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121

Fully Automatic Circulation Feature Operation 122

Pressurize Before Opening DV Feature . . . . . . 124

Night Mode Capability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

Fully Automatic Circulation Shot Repeatability Test

Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127

Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128

Motor Control Module Technical Data . . . . . . . . 129

Graco Standard Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130

Graco Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130

313997ZAV

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-

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313997ZAV 3

4

Models

Models

See

Product Configurator on page 5 for detailed product configuration information.

System

HFR,

Non-Heated

HFR,

Heated

Full Load

Peak

Amps Per

Phase*

55 A

29 A

55 A

63 A

116 A

73 A

Voltage

(phase)

230V (1)

230V (3)

400V (3)

230V (1)

230V (3)

400V (3)

Power Description

200-240VAC, 1 phase, 50/60Hz,

2 wire and PE

200-240VAC, 3 phase Δ , 50/60Hz, 3 wire and PE

380-415VAC, 3 phase Y, 50/60Hz,

2 wire and PE

200-240VAC, 3 phase Δ , 50/60Hz, 3 wire and PE

200-240VAC, 3 phase Δ , 50/60Hz, 3 wire and PE

380-415VAC, 3 phase Y, 50/60Hz,

2 wire and PE

System Watts †

12, 650

11,340

12,650

26,680

28,600

28,600

Maximum

Fluid Working

Pressure ‡ psi (MPa, bar)

3000

(20.7, 207)

3000

(20.7, 207)

* Full load amps with all devices operating at maximum capabilities. Fuse requirements at various flow rates and mix chamber sizes may be less.

† 210 ft (64 m) maximum heated hose length, including whip hose.

approved.

‡ The maximum fluid working pressure for the base machine without hoses is 3000 psi (20.7 MPa, 207 bar). If hoses rated at less than 3000 psi are installed, the system maximum fluid working pressure becomes the rating of the hoses. If 2000 psi hoses were purchased and installed by Graco, the working pressure for the machine is already setup for the lower 2000 psi (13.8 MPa, 138 bar) working pressure by Graco. If the machine was pur chased without hoses and aftermarket hoses rated at or above 3000 psi are to be installed, see instruction man ual 313998 for the procedure to setup the machine for higher rated hoses. The change in working pressure is made by changing a rotary switch setting in the Motor Control Module. The minimum pressure rating for hoses is

2000 psi. Do not install hoses with a pressure rating lower than 2000 psi.

See 400 V Power Requirements

.

400 V Power Requirements

• 400 V systems are intended for International volt age requirements. Not for voltage requirements in

North America.

• If a 400 volt configuration is operated in North

America, a special transformer rated for 400 V (“Y” configuration (4 wire)) may be required.

• North America mostly employs a 3 wire or Delta configuration. The two configurations are not inter changeable.

313997ZAV

Product Configurator

HFR - A -

Ref.: 1

-

2

-

3

-

4

-

5

-

6

Product Configurator

An example of the product configurator would be the following configurator code.

HFR - A - 1 - 6 - AM - AM - D - AG

Ref.: 1 2 3 4 5 6

The following part number fields apply for the HFR part numbering configurator fields.

Ref. 1

1

2

Ref. 2

1

2

5

6

3

4

Part

Part

Base Unit

HFR Base Unit, Carbon Steel

HFR Base Unit, Stainless Steel

Voltage

230V, 1 phase;

No Heat

230V, 1 phase;

Maximum of Two 6 kW Primary Heater and One

Zone of Hose Heat

230V, 3 phase;

No Heat

230V, 3 phase;

Maximum of Two 6 kW Primary Heaters and Two

Zones of Hose Heat

400V, 3 phase;

No heat

400V, 3 phase;

Maximum of Two 6 kW Primary Heaters and Two

Zones of Hose Heat

Ref. 3 Part B (Blue) Pump †

AA L010S1 10 cc Stainless Steel

AB L015S1 15 cc Stainless Steel

AC

AD

L020S1 20 cc Stainless Steel

L025S1 25 cc Stainless Steel

AE

AF

L030S1 30 cc Stainless Steel

L040S1 40 cc Stainless Steel

AG L050S1 50 cc Stainless Steel

AH L060S1 60 cc Stainless Steel

AJ L080S1 80 cc Stainless Steel

AK L100S1 100 cc Stainless Steel

AL L120S1 120 cc Stainless Steel

AM L160S1 160 cc Stainless Steel

AQ L005S1 5 cc Stainless Steel

AS L086S1 86 cc Stainless Steel

AR L065S1 65 cc Stainless Steel

AT L035S1 35 cc Stainless Steel

AU L045S1 45 cc Stainless Steel

AV L105S1 105 cc Stainless Steel

AW 24M265 70 cc Stainless Steel

AX 257894 75 cc Stainless Steel

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Product Configurator

6

AY 24T095 90 cc Stainless Steel

AZ 24T096 140 cc Stainless Steel

BA 257898 150 cc Stainless Steel

BB L005S5 Blue Side 5cc High Wear Pump

BC L010S5 Blue Side 10cc High Wear Pump

BD L020S8 Blue Side 20cc Elite Pump

BE L040S8 Blue Side 40cc Elite Pump

BF L080S8 Blue Side 80cc Elite Pump

BG L100S8 Blue Side 100cc Elite Pump

BH L120S8 Blue Side 120cc Elite Pump

BJ L160S8 Blue Side 160cc Elite Pump

Ref. 4 Part A (Red) Pump †

Code, Part, and Description for Ref. 4 are the same as Ref. 3

Ref. 5

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

Part Primary/Hose Heat

No Heat

A (Red) and B (Blue) Primary Heaters

A (Red) and B (Blue) Primary Heaters, One Zone of Hose Heat

A (Red) and B (Blue) Primary Heaters, A (Red) and

B (Blue) Hose Heat

A (Red) and B (Blue) Hose Heat, Carbon Steel

A (Red) and B (Blue) Hose Heat, Stainless Steel

B (Blue) Primary Heaters, B (Blue) Hose Heat

B (Blue) Applicator Hose or High Volume/

Low Volume Hose Bundle Assembly Ref. 6 Part

NN -No Hose

AA 24D108 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 5 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

AB 24D109 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 10 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

AC 24D110 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 25 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

AD 24D111 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 50 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

AE 24D112 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 5 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

AF 24D113 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 10 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

AG 24D114 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 25 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

AH 24D115 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 50 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

BA 24D116 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 5 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

BB 24D117 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 10 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

BC 24D118 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 25 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

BD 24D119 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

BE 24D120 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 5 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

BF 24D121 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 10 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

BG 24D122 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 25 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

BH 24D123 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

CA 24E968 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/4 x 1/4, 10 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

CB 24E963 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/4 x 1/4, 25 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

CC 24E964 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/4 x 1/4, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

CD 24D124 Single Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 25 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

CE 24D125 Single Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

CF 24E969 Single Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 10 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

CG 24D126 Single Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 25 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

CH 24D127 Single Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

CJ 24E965 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/2 x 1/2, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

CK 24E966 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/4 x 1/4, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

CL 24D129 Single Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

CM 24D131 Single Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

CN 24E967 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/2 x 1/2, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

† Pump size listed is the combined volume dispensed in one extending stroke and one retracting stroke.

313997ZAV

Product Configurator

Whip Hose Bundles

Part Description

24H076 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone

24H077 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone

24H078 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone

24H079 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone

24H080 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless Steel,

Single Zone

24H081 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Single Zone

24H082 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless Steel,

Dual Zone

24H083 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Dual Zone

Individual B (Blue) Heated Whip

Hose

Part Description

24E950 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24E952 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H086 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H088 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H090 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H092 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H094 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H096 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H225 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H227 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H229 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H231 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H233 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H235 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H237 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H239 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Dual Zone, 3500 psi

Individual A (Red) Heated Whip

Hose

Part Description

24E949 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24E951 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H085 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H087 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H089 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H091 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H093 10 ft (3 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H095 10 ft (3 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H224 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H226 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H228 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H230 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Carbon Steel,

Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H232 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H234 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Single Zone, 3500 psi

24H236 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 1/4 in. (6 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Dual Zone, 3500 psi

24H238 5 ft (1.5 m) long, 3/8 in. (10 mm) ID, Stainless

Steel, Dual Zone, 3500 psi

313997ZAV 7

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Product Configurator

Hoses

Part Description

24D111 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 50 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

24D115 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 50 ft, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

24D119 Dual Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

24D123 Dual Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

24E964 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/4 x 1/4, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

24D125 Single Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

24D127 Single Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

24E965 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/2 x 1/2, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

2000 psi

24E966 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/4 x 1/4, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

24D129 Single Hose, 2:1, 1/4 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

24D131 Single Hose, 1:1, 3/8 x 3/8, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

24E967 Single Hose, 1:1, 1/2 x 1/2, 50 ft, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

B (Blue) Individual

Part Description

24E902 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E904 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E906 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E908 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E910 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E912 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E914 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E916 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E918 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E920 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E922 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E924 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E926 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E928 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E930 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E932 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E934 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E936 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E938 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E940 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E942 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E944 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E946 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E948 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

262174 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

262176 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262178 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262180 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262182 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

262184 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262186 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262188 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262190 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

262192 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262194 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262196 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262237 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

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262239 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262241 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262243 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262245 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262247 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262249 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262251 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262253 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262255 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262257 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262259 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

A (Red) Individual

Part Description

24E901 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E903 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E905 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E907 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E909 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E911 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E913 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E915 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E917 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E919 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E921 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E923 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

24E925 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E927 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E929 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E931 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E933 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E935 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E937 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E939 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E941 Heated Hose, 5 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E943 Heated Hose, 10 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E945 Heated Hose, 25 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

24E947 Heated Hose, 50 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel, 3500 psi

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Product Configurator

262173 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

262175 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262177 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262179 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 1/4, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262181 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

262183 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262185 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262187 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 3/8, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262189 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel, 3500 psi

262191 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262193 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262195 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 1/2, Carbon Steel,

3500 psi

262236 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262238 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262240 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262242 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 1/4, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262244 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262246 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262248 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262250 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 3/8, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262252 Unheated Hose, 5 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262254 Unheated Hose, 10 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262256 Unheated Hose, 25 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

262258 Unheated Hose, 50 ft, 1/2, Stainless Steel,

3500 psi

Hose Bundling Accessories

Description Part

24E953 Air Hose, 5 ft

15B280 Air Hose, 10 ft

15C624 Air Hose, 25 ft

15B295 Air Hose, 50 ft

9

Product Configurator

24E900 Signal Cable, 5 pin, Male/Female, 2.0 meter

24E899 Signal Cable, 5 pin, Male/Female, 4.0 meter

24E898 Signal Cable, 5 pin, Male/Female, 8.5 meter

24E897 Signal Cable, 5 pin, Male/Female, 16.0 meter

24E896 Fluid Temperature Sensor Cable, 4 pin,

Male/Female, 2.0 meter

24E895 Fluid Temperature Sensor Cable, 4 pin,

Male/Female, 3.0 meter

24E894 Fluid Temperature Sensor Cable, 4 pin,

Male/Female, 8.0 meter

24E893 Fluid Temperature Sensor Cable, 4 pin,

Male/Female, 15.7 meter

24E954 Scuff Guard, 1.75 in. (44 mm), 200 ft (61 m) Roll

24E961 Scuff Guard, 1.75 in. (44 mm), 200 ft (61 m) Roll

261821 Wire Connector, 6AWG (4.11 mm)

24E955 Hose Lacing, 1500 ft (457.2 m) Roll

15B679 Hose Safety Label

10

24E878

CS00RD

CS01RD

CS02RD

246100

247007

246101

247019

Part

24A085

24A092

24J187

24K233

24K234

24E876

24E877

246102

247025

24D500

24D501

24D502

24D503

24D504

24D505

24D509

24D510

24D511

24D512

24D513

24D514

24D515

24D516

24D521

Applicator

NOTE: When selecting an applicator, if an applicator is chosen which does not have a signal communicating to the HFR, then the sizes of the A and B pumps added together must be greater or equal to 120 cc. For exam ple: A (red) pump size = 20 cc, B (blue) pump size =

100 cc, 20 cc + 100 cc = 120 cc. Since the pump sizes combined = 120 cc, an applicator may be selected which does not have a signal communicating to the

HFR.

Description

L-Head 10/14 With Calibration Orifice

S-Head 6-500 L/S With Calibration Orifice

GX-16, 24:1, Straight, Machine Mount

GX-16, 24:1, Left, Machine Mount

GX-16, No Orifice, Left, Machine Mount

GX-16, No Orifice, Straight, Machine Mount

GX-16, 24:1, Right, Machine Mount

GX-16, No Orifice, Right, Machine Mount

Fusion CS, 1:1 Only, 0.029

Fusion CS, 1:1 Only, 0.042

Fusion CS, 1:1 Only, 0.052

Fusion AP, 1:1 Only, 0.029

Fusion MP, 1:1 Only, 0.029

Fusion AP, 1:1 Only, 0.042

Fusion MP, 1:1 Only, 0.047

Fusion AP, 1:1 Only, 0.052

Fusion MP, 1:1 Only, 0.057

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Soft, Carbon Steel

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Soft, Carbon Steel, Electric

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Soft, Carbon Steel, Lever

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Soft, Stainless Steel

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Soft, Stainless Steel, Elec tric

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Soft, Stainless Steel, Lever

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Hard, Carbon Steel

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Hard, Carbon Steel, Elec tric

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Hard, Carbon Steel, Lever

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Hard, Carbon Steel, Pneu matic

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Hard, Stainless Steel

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Hard, Stainless Steel, Elec tric

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Hard, Stainless Steel,

Lever

Applicator, MD2, 1:1, Hard, Stainless Steel,

Pneumatic

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Soft, Carbon Steel

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24D522

24D523

24D524

24D525

24D526

24D530

24D531

24D532

24D533

24D534

24D535

24D536

24D537

LC0295

LC0296

LC0079

LC0080

LC0081

LC0086

LC0087

LC0088

24E505

257999

24C932

24C933

24C934

LC0058

LC0059

LC0060

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Soft, Carbon Steel, Elec tric

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Soft, Carbon Steel, Lever

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Soft, Stainless Steel

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Soft, Stainless Steel,

Electric

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Soft, Stainless Steel,

Lever

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Hard, Carbon Steel

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Hard, Carbon Steel, Elec tric

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Hard, Carbon Steel, Lever

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Hard, Carbon Steel,

Pneumatic

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Hard, Stainless Steel

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Hard, Stainless Steel,

Electric

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Hard, Stainless Steel,

Lever

Applicator, MD2, 10:1, Hard, Stainless Steel,

Pneumatic

MD2 Orifice Adapter Kit

EP Pour Gun, Pistol Grip, 1/4 in. Purge Rod

EP Pour Gun, Machine mount, 1/4 in. Purge Rod

EP Pour Gun, Pistol Grip, 3/8 in. Purge Rod

EP Pour Gun, Machine Mount, 3/8 in. Purge Rod

Mixer Kit, (10) 3/8 in. x 24 Element with Shroud

Mixer Kit, (10) 3/8 in. x 36 Element with Shroud

Mixer Kit, (10) 3/8 in. Combo with Shroud

Mixer Kit, (10) 1/2 in. x 24 Element with Shroud

Mixer Kit, (10) 1/2 in. x 36 Element with Shroud

Mixer Pack, (50) 3/8 in. x 24 Element

Mixer Pack, (50) 3/8 in. x 24 Element

Mixer Pack, (50) 3/8 in. Combo Element

Mixer Pack, (250) 3/8 in. x 24 Element

Mixer Pack, (250) 3/8 in. x 36 Element

Mixer Pack, (250) 3/8 in. Combo Element

B (Blue) Applicator Orifice

S-Head and L-Head

Description Part

Calibrate 24A036

0.25

0.35

24A037

24A038

0.50

0.60

0.70

0.80

0.90

24A039

24A040

24A041

24A042

24A043

For Use With Applicator:

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

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3.2

3.6

4.2

5

5.6

1.8

1.9

2

2.4

1.25

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.6

1.65

1.7

1.75

1.80

1.90

2.00

2.50

3.00

3.50

4.00

4.20

1.00

1.10

1.20

1.30

1.40

1.50

1.60

1.70

24A054

24A055

24A056

24A057

24A058

24A059

24A060

24A061

24A044

24A045

24A046

24A047

24A050

24A051

24A052

24A053

0.45

0.5

0.75

0.8

0.85

1

1.1

1.2

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.00

24A062

24A063

24A064

24A065

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

6.50

7.00

24A066

24A067

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

Calibrate M0934A-4 L-Head Only

0.25

247761 L-Head Only

247762

247763

247764

247765

247766

247767

247811

247848

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

247866

247867

247868

247869

247870

247871

247872

247873

247874

248858

247859

247860

247861

247862

247863

247864

247865

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

L-Head Only

Product Configurator

11

Product Configurator

GX-16

Description

257701

257702

257703

257704

257705

257706

257707

257708

257709

257710

257711

257712

257713

257714

257715

257716

257717

257718

257719

257720

257721

257722

257723

257724

24K682

EP

Gun

Description

Orifice Kit

0.51 mm Poly

Orifice

0.79 mm Poly

Orifice

1.19 mm Poly

Orifice

1.52 mm Poly

Orifice

1.70mm Poly

Orifice

2.18 mm Poly

Orifice

0.41 mm Poly

Orifice

0.61 mm Poly

Orifice

0.71 mm Poly

Orifice

0.89 mm Poly

Orifice

0.99 mm Poly

Orifice

1.07 mm Poly

Orifice

Part

0.011 in. Orifice

0.013 in. Orifice

0.016 in. Orifice

0.018 in. Orifice

0.020 in. Orifice

0.022 in. Orifice

0.023 in. Orifice

0.024 in. Orifice

0.025 in. Orifice

0.026 in. Orifice

0.028 in. Orifice

0.029 in. Orifice

0.032 in. Orifice

0.035 in. Orifice

0.036 in. Orifice

0.038 in. Orifice

0.039 in. Orifice

0.040 in. Orifice

0.042 in. Orifice

0.043 in. Orifice

0.044 in. Orifice

0.049 in. Orifice

0.052 in. Orifice

0.061 in. Orifice

0.085 in. Orifice

Part For Use With Applicator:

24E250 EP 250, 6 Blue, 6 Red

24C751 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C752 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C753 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C754 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C755 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C756 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C805 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C806 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C807 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C808 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C809 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C810 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

12

1.70 mm Poly

Orifice

2.18 mm Poly

Orifice

0.41 mm Poly

Orifice

0.61 mm Poly

Orifice

0.71 mm Poly

Orifice

0.89 mm Poly

Orifice

0.99 mm Poly

Orifice

1.07 mm Poly

Orifice

1.32 mm Poly

Orifice

1.40 mm Poly

Orifice

1.60 mm Poly

Orifice

1.85 mm Poly

Orifice

Orifice Kit

0.51 mm Poly

Orifice

0.79 mm Poly

Orifice

1.19 mm Poly

Orifice

1.52 mm Poly

Orifice

1.32 mm Poly

Orifice

1.40 mm Poly

Orifice

1.60 mm Poly

Orifice

1.85 mm Poly

Orifice

24C811 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C812 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C813 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C815 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24E251 EP 375, 6 Blue, 6 Red

24C761 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C762 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C763 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C764 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C765 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C766 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice, Std

24C794 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

24C795 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

24C796 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

24C797 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

24C798 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

24C799 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

24C800 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

24C801 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

24C802 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

24C804 EP 375 Poly Side Orifice

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Product Configurator

EP Gun

Description

0.51 mm Iso

Orifice

0.79 mm Iso

Orifice

1.19 mm Iso

Orifice

1.52 mm Iso

Orifice

1.70mm Iso

Orifice

2.18 mm Iso

Orifice

0.41 mm Iso

Orifice

0.61 mm Iso

Orifice

Iso A (Red) Applicator Orifice

S-Head and L-Head

The A (Red) applicator orifices for the S-Head and

L-Head are the same as the B (Blue) applicator orifices.

See page 11.

GX-16

Description

257701

257702

257703

257704

257705

257706

257707

257708

257709

257710

257711

257712

257713

257714

257715

257716

257717

257718

257719

257720

257721

257722

257723

257724

24K682

Part

0.011 in. Orifice

0.013 in. Orifice

0.016 in. Orifice

0.018 in. Orifice

0.020 in. Orifice

0.022 in. Orifice

0.023 in. Orifice

0.024 in. Orifice

0.025 in. Orifice

0.026 in. Orifice

0.028 in. Orifice

0.029 in. Orifice

0.032 in. Orifice

0.035 in. Orifice

0.036 in. Orifice

0.038 in. Orifice

0.039 in. Orifice

0.040 in. Orifice

0.042 in. Orifice

0.043 in. Orifice

0.044 in. Orifice

0.049 in. Orifice

0.052 in. Orifice

0.061 in. Orifice

0.085 in. Orifice

Part For Use With Applicator:

24D223 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D224 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D225 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D226 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D227 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D228 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D229 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

24D230 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

0.51 mm Iso

Orifice

0.79 mm Iso

Orifice

1.19 mm Iso

Orifice

1.52 mm Iso

Orifice

1.70 mm Iso

Orifice

2.18 mm Iso

Orifice

0.41 mm Iso

Orifice

0.61 mm Iso

Orifice

0.71 mm Iso

Orifice

0.89 mm Iso

Orifice

0.99 mm Iso

Orifice

1.07 mm Iso

Orifice

1.32 mm Iso

Orifice

1.40 mm Iso

Orifice

1.60 mm Iso

Orifice

1.85 mm Iso

Orifice

0.71 mm Iso

Orifice

0.89 mm Iso

Orifice

0.99 mm Iso

Orifice

1.07 mm Iso

Orifice

1.32 mm Iso

Orifice

1.40 mm Iso

Orifice

1.60 mm Iso

Orifice

1.85 mm Iso

Orifice

24D231 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

24D232 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

24D233 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

24D234 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

24D235 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

24D236 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

24D237 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

24D238 EP 250 Iso Side Orifice

24D239 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D240 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D241 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D242 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D243 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D244 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice, Std

24D245 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

24D246 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

24D247 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

24D248 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

24D249 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

24D250 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

24D251 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

24D252 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

24D253 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

24D254 EP 375 Iso Side Orifice

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Product Configurator

AC Power Pack with

S-Head/L-Head Hoses, Optional

Boom

Part Description

24D829 230V, Boom, L-Head Hoses

24D830 230V, Boom, S-Head Hoses

24D834 400V, Boom, L-Head Hoses

24D835 400V, Boom, S-Head Hoses

24D831 230V, L-Head Hoses, No Boom

24D832 230V, S-Head Hoses, No Boom

24D836 400V, L-Head Hoses, No Boom

24D837 400V, S-Head Hoses, No Boom

24F297 230V, L-Head Application, No Boom, No Hoses

24J912 230V, S-Head Application, No Boom, No Hoses

24F298 400V, L-Head Application, No Boom, No Hoses

24J913 230V, S-Head Application, No Boom, No Hoses

257798 Power Pack GX-16 Connection Kit

24E347 Hydraulic Power Pack Level Sensor Kit

24C872 Hydraulic Power Pack Pressure Gauge Kit

24E348 Hydraulic Power Pack Temperature Sensor

124217 Power Pack Accumulator Charging kit

Dispense Valve Interface Kit

Part Description

24C757 MD2 Valve Solenoid, Machine Mount

24D160 MD2 Valve Solenoid, Remote Mount

24D161 Auto-Fusion Solenoid for Fusion Dispense Valve

24C067 Fusion Gun Pressure Adjust Kit

25U260 System, Voltex TM Table Top, HFR

25U261 System, Voltex TM

HFR

Table, Recirculation Feature,

25U262 System, Voltex TM Wall Mount, HFR

25U263 System, Voltex TM

HFR

Wall Mount, Recirculation,

Flow Meters

Ratio Monitoring Electronics (Necessary)

“A” and “B” Side Flow Meter (One for each side)

Part Description

24J319 S3000 Flow Meter Kit

(0.01 to 0.53 gpm, 50 to 2000 cc per min)

(1 to 1000 cps)

24J320 G3000 Flow Meter Kit

(0.02 to 1.0 gpm, 75 to 3800 cc per min)

(20 to 3000 cps)

24J321 G3000HR Flow Meter Kit

(0.01 to 0.5 gpm, 38 to 1900 cc per min)

(20 to 3000 cps)

24J322 HG6000 Flow Meter Kit

(0.013 to 6.0 gpm, 50 to 22,700 cc per min)

(30 to 1,000,000 cps)

24J323 HG6000HR Flow Meter Kit

(0.007 to 2.0 gpm, 25 to 7571 cc per min)

(30 to 1,000,000,cps)

Ratio Monitoring Calibration Kit (per applicator)

Part Description

24J324 L-Head Flow Meter Calibration Kit

24J325 S-Head Flow Meter Calibration Kit

24J326 P2 Flow Meter Calibration Kit

24J357 GX-16 Flow Meter Calibration Kit

24F227 EP/Fusion Flow Meter Calibration Kit

255247 MD2 1:1 Flow Meter Calibration Kit

255245 MD2 10:1 Flow Meter Calibration Kit

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Pump Feed Kits

Part Description

246081 2:1 (Air/Fluid) Carbon Steel Complete Supply

Pump Kit

246369 H515 (Air/Fluid) Carbon Steel Complete Supply

Pump Kit

246375 H716 (Air/Fluid) Carbon Steel Complete Supply

Pump Kit

24D328 H1050 (Air/Fluid) Carbon Steel Complete Supply

Pump Kit

257769 High-Flo ® (Air/Fluid) Carbon Steel Complete

Supply Pump Kit

24D091 2:1 (Air/Fluid) Stainless Steel Complete Supply

Pump Kit

24D092 H515 (Air/Fluid) Stainless Steel Complete Supply

Pump Kit

24D093 H716 (Air/Fluid) Stainless Steel Complete Supply

Pump Kit

24D094 H1050 (Air/Fluid) Stainless Steel Complete Sup ply Pump Kit

24D095 5:1 Monarch 55G Stainless Steel Complete Sup ply Pump Kit

24D096 5:1 Monarch 5G Stainless Steel Complete Sup ply Pump Kit

257777 High-Flo Stainless Steel Complete Supply Pump

Kit

246366 Husky ™ 515 Pump, Drum with Riser Tube

246367 Husky 716 Pump, Drum with Riser Tube

24D329 Husky 1050 Pump, Drum with Riser Tube

233052 Husky 515 Diaphragm Pump, Drum with Riser

Tube

233057 Husky 716 Diaphragm Pump, Drum with Riser

Tube

24D097 Husky 1050 SS Pump, Drum with Riser Tube

295616 2:1 (Air/Fluid) Stainless Steel Supply Pumps with

Riser Tubes

24D098 5:1 Monarch, 5G, Stainless Steel Supply Pumps with Riser Tubes

24D099 5:1 Monarch, 55G, Stainless Steel Supply

Pumps with Riser Tubes

246481 Husky 515 Pump with Carbon Steel Fluid Plumb ing

246482 Husky 716 Pump with Carbon Steel Fluid Plumb ing

24D332 Husky 1050 Pump with Carbon Steel Fluid

Plumbing

246898 2:1 Supply Pump with Carbon Steel Fluid Plumb ing

24D100 Husky 515 Pump with Stainless Steel Fluid

Plumbing

24D101 Husky 716 Pump with Stainless Steel Fluid

Plumbing

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Product Configurator

24D102 Husky 1050 Pump with Stainless Steel Fluid

Plumbing

24D103 2:1 Supply Pump with Stainless Steel Fluid

Plumbing

24D104 5:1 Monarch Pump with Stainless Steel Fluid

Plumbing

24D105 5:1 Monarch Pump with Stainless Steel Fluid

Plumbing

24E396 One 2:1 T-2 Pump, Carbon Steel

24E397 One 2:1 T-2 Pump, Stainless Steel

24E398 One Monarch 5:1 Pump, 5G

24E399 One Monarch 5:1 Pump, 55G

246419 Carbon Steel Riser Tube Assembly

246477 Carbon Steel Return Tube

246483 Air Supply for Feed Pump and Gun

247616 Desiccant Dryer

15C381 Desiccant Dryer Cartridge

233048 Drum Pump Accessory Kit

24D106 Stainless Steel Return Tube Accessory Kit

24D107 Stainless Steel Circulation Accessory

24E379 Carbon Steel Circulation Accessory Kit

244053 26 sq. in., 60 mesh, Stainless Steel Fluid Filter

116178 26 sq. in., 30 mesh, Stainless Steel Fluid Filter

Element

116179 26 sq. in., 60 mesh, Stainless Steel Fluid Filter

Element

116180 26 sq. in., 100 mesh, Stainless Steel Fluid Filter

Element

116181 26 sq. in., 200 mesh, Stainless Steel Fluid Filter

Element

213058 36 sq. in., 60 mesh, Carbon Steel Fluid Filter

108106 36 sq. in., 30 mesh, Carbon Steel Fluid Filter Ele ment

108107 36 sq. in., 60 mesh, Carbon Steel Fluid Filter Ele ment

108108 36 sq. in., 100 mesh, Carbon Steel Fluid Filter

Element

108109 36 sq. in., 150 mesh, Carbon Steel Fluid Filter

Element

108110 36 sq. in., 200 mesh, Carbon Steel Fluid Filter

Element

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Product Configurator

B (Blue) and A (Red) Feed Tanks

Part Description

24D562 38L Tank, No Agitation, Chiller, Desiccant, 2

Level Sensors

24D564 38L Tank, Agitation, Chiller, Desiccant, 2 Level

Sensors

24D565 75L Tank, No Agitation, Chiller, Desiccant, 2

Level Sensors

24C317 75L Tank, Agitation, Chiller, Desiccant, 2 Level

Sensors

24D568 38L Tank, No Agitation, No Level Sensors

24D569 38L Tank, No Agitation, 2 Level Sensors

24D570 38L Tank, Agitation, 2 Level Sensors

24D571 38L Tank, Agitation, Slinger Plate, 2 Level Sen sors

24D572 38L Tank, Agitation, Slinger Plate, Heat, Insula tion, 2 Level Sensors

24D573 38L Tank, Agitation, Heat, Insulation, 2 Level

Sensors

24D574 75L Tank, No Agitation, No Level Sensors

24D575 75L Tank, No Agitation, 2 Level Sensors

24D576 75L Tank, Agitation, 2 Level Sensors

24D577 75L Tank, Agitation, Slinger Plate, 2 Level Sen sors

24D578 75L Tank, Agitation, Slinger Plate, Heat, Insula tion, 2 Level Sensors

24D579 75L Tank, Agitation, Heat, Insulation, 2 Level

Sensors

257757 Insulator Blanket for 38L Tank

257758 Insulator Blanket for 75L Tank

257770 Refill Kit For Customer Supplied Feed System

257778 Nitrogen Kit For 1 Tank

257779 Nitrogen Kit For 2 Tanks

257916 Vacuum Pump Kit, 6.9 cfm, 1st, 230V, 1 phase

24D271 3rd Level Sensor Prox Switch Option

LC0097 Desiccant Dryer, 3/8 in. Npt With Adapter And

Cartridge

LC0098 Desiccant Dryer Refill Cartridge

24G952 20gal (75L) Carbon Steel Tank, 2 Level Sensors

24G953 20gal (75L) Carbon Steel Tank, 2 Level Sensors,

Variable Speed Pneumatic Agitator

24G955 20gal (75L) Carbon Steel Tank, 2 Level Sensors,

Variable Speed Electric Agitator

24G956 20gal (75L) Carbon Steel Tank, 2 Level Sensors,

Chiller Control Valve, Heat Exchanger

24G957 20gal (75L) Carbon Steel Tank, 2 Level Sensors,

Variable Speed Pneumatic Agitator, Chiller Con trol Valve, Heat Exchanger

24G959 20gal (75L) Carbon Steel Tank, 2 Level Sensors,

Variable Speed Electric Agitator, Chiller Control

Valve, Heat Exchanger

24J209 20gal (75L) Stainless Steel Tank, 3 Level Sen sors, Insulated

24J707 20gal (75L) Carbon Steel Tank, 3 Level Sensors,

Insulated

24J243 2gal (7.6L) Stainless Steel Tank

Manual and Semi-Automatic

Circulation Kits

Part Description

24D107 Manual Circulation Kit, Stainless Steel

24E379 Manual Circulation Kit, Carbon Steel

24N486 Semi-Automatic Circulation Kit, Component A

24N487 Semi-Automatic Circulation Kit, Component B

24N990 Solenoid Valve Kit, for Semi-Automatic Circula tion.

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Product Configurator

Additional Accessories

Miscellaneous

Part Description

24C871 Hydraulic Power Pack Hydraulic Tank Fluid Level Sensor

24C873 Hydraulic Power Pack Manifold Oil Temperature Sensor

24P090 Mobile Pallet Base with Casters

24F516 IsoGuard Select fluid, 6 quarts

121728 Extension Cable for Advanced Display Module, 4 meter,

255244 Foot Switch with Guard and 4 meter Cable

24F227 EP and Fusion Gun Ratio Check

24F235 25 ft hose extensions for L-Head applicator; material, hydraulic, and signal cables

24F236 50 ft hose extensions for L-Head applicator; material, hydraulic, and signal cables

24F237 25 ft hose extensions for S-Head applicator; material, hydraulic, and signal cable

24F238 50 ft hose extensions for S-Head applicator; material, hydraulic, and signal cable

24K206 Nip Sensor Kit

24H019 Air Inlet Filter for Hydraulic Power Pack

255468 Light Tower Kit

26C463 Kit, Handle for Dispense Valve, Ready/Dispense LED

Indications, for GX-16, MD2, and EP Dispense Valve.

Communications Gateway Module (CGM)

The HFR Communication Gateway Module allows the user to control an HFR through an external control device such as a PLC. The CGM operates in conjunc tion with the existing Advanced Display Module (ADM) such that both devices can be used to control the machine. See HFR Communication Gateway Module manual for more information.

Part Description

24J415 CGM Mounting KIt (Required)

CGMDN0 GCA Gateway Module, DeviceNet Fieldbus

CGMEP0 GCA Gateway Module, EtherNet/IP Fieldbus

CGMPB0 GCA Gateway Module, PROFIBUS Fieldbus

CGMPN0 GCA Gateway Module, PROFINET Fieldbus

26B872 Kit, CGM module, New PLC/Robot Interface for New

Designs

19C802 Token Assembly, HFR map with Data Exchange

19C885 Flash Drive, HFR Sample Program, Support Files, Sample

PLC Program

Discrete Gateway Module (DGM)

The HFR Discrete Gateway Module allows the user to control an HFR through multiple external control devices such as contact blocks or relays. The DGM operates in conjunction with the existing Advanced Dis play Module (ADM) such that both devices can be used to control the machine. See HFR Communication Gate way Module manual for more information,

Part Description

24F843 Single DGM Cube with Board

24F844 Two DGM Cubes with Board

24G830 Single DGM Cube

Small Dispense Kit

The Small Dispense Kit accessory allows the user to dispense very small dispense amounts from the HFR while in Shot or Sequence modes. This kit is designed to operate when the HFR is configured in Weight (or possibly Volume) Dispense Mode, and when the Dis pense Valve selected is the MD2, or Auto-Fusion options. Dispense sizes as low as 1 gram or less can be consistently dispensed from the HFR when this kit is used. Refer to Graco document U82706 for details.

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Warnings

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Warnings

The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclama tion point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbol refers to procedure-specific risk. Refer back to these warnings. Additional, product-specific warnings may be found throughout the body of this manual where applicable.

WARNING

ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD

This equipment must be grounded. Improper grounding, setup, or usage of the system can cause electric shock.

• Turn off and disconnect power at main switch before disconnecting any cables and before servic ing equipment.

• Connect only to grounded power source.

• All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations.

TOXIC FLUID OR FUMES HAZARD

Toxic fluids or fumes can cause serious injury or death if splashed in the eyes or on skin, inhaled, or swallowed.

• Read MSDSs to know the specific hazards of the fluids you are using.

• Store hazardous fluid in approved containers, and dispose of it according to applicable guidelines.

• Always wear chemically impermeable gloves when spraying, dispensing, or cleaning equipment.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

You must wear appropriate protective equipment when operating, servicing, or when in the operating area of the equipment to help protect you from serious injury, including eye injury, hearing loss, inhala tion of toxic fumes, and burns. This equipment includes but is not limited to:

• Protective eyewear, and hearing protection.

• Respirators, protective clothing, and gloves as recommended by the fluid and solvent manufac turer.

SKIN INJECTION HAZARD

High-pressure fluid from dispensing device, hose leaks, or ruptured components will pierce skin. This may look like just a cut, but it is a serious injury that can result in amputation. Get immediate surgical treatment.

• Do not point dispensing device at anyone or at any part of the body.

• Do not put your hand over the fluid outlet.

• Do not stop or deflect leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag.

• Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when you stop dispensing and before cleaning, checking, or servicing equipment.

• Tighten all fluid connections before operating the equipment.

• Check hoses and couplings daily. Replace worn or damaged parts immediately.

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Warnings

WARNING

FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD

Flammable fumes, such as solvent and paint fumes, in work area can ignite or explode. To help pre vent fire and explosion:

• Use equipment only in well ventilated area.

• Eliminate all ignition sources; such as pilot lights, cigarettes, portable electric lamps, and plastic drop cloths (potential static arc).

• Keep work area free of debris, including solvent, rags and gasoline.

• Do not plug or unplug power cords, or turn power or light switches on or off when flammable fumes are present.

• Ground all equipment in the work area. See Grounding instructions.

• Use only grounded hoses.

• Hold gun firmly to side of grounded pail when triggering into pail.

• If there is static sparking or you feel a shock, stop operation immediately.

Do not use equipment until you identify and correct the problem.

• Keep a working fire extinguisher in the work area.

PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD

Fluid from the gun/dispense valve, leaks, or ruptured components can splash in the eyes or on skin and cause serious injury.

• Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when you stop spraying and before cleaning, checking, or servicing equipment.

• Tighten all fluid connections before operating the equipment.

• Check hoses, tubes, and couplings daily. Replace worn or damaged parts immediately.

EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD

Misuse can cause death or serious injury.

• Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

• Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated system component. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals.

• Use fluids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals. Read fluid and solvent manufacturer’s warnings. For complete information about your material, request MSDS from distributor or retailer.

• Do not leave the work area while equipment is energized or under pressure. Turn off all equipment and follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when equipment is not in use.

• Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine man ufacturer’s replacement parts only.

• Do not alter or modify equipment.

• Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Call your distributor for information.

• Route hoses and cables away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving parts, and hot surfaces.

• Do not kink or over bend hoses or use hoses to pull equipment.

• Keep children and animals away from work area.

• Comply with all applicable safety regulations.

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Important Two-Component Material Information

WARNING

MOVING PARTS HAZARD

Moving parts can pinch, cut or amputate fingers and other body parts.

• Keep clear of moving parts.

• Do not operate equipment with protective guards or covers removed.

• Pressurized equipment can start without warning. Before checking, moving, or servicing equip ment, follow the Pressure Relief Procedure and disconnect all power sources.

BURN HAZARD

Equipment surfaces and fluid that’s heated can become very hot during operation. To avoid severe burns:

• Do not touch hot fluid or equipment.

Important Two-Component Material Information

Isocyanate Conditions Keep Components A (Red) and

B (Blue) Separate

Spraying or dispensing materials containing isocya nates creates potentially harmful mists, vapors, and atomized particulates.

Read material manufacturer’s warnings and material

MSDS to know specific hazards and precautions related to isocyanates.

Prevent inhalation of isocyanate mists, vapors, and atomized particulates by providing sufficient ventila tion in the work area. If sufficient ventilation is not available, a supplied-air respirator is required for everyone in the work area.

To prevent contact with isocyanates, appropriate personal protective equipment, including chemically impermeable gloves, boots, aprons, and goggles, is also required for everyone in the work area.

Material Self-ignition

Cross-contamination can result in cured material in fluid lines which could cause serious injury or dam age equipment. To prevent cross-contamination of the equipment’s wetted parts, never interchange component A (Red) and component B (Blue) parts.

Some materials may become self-igniting if applied too thickly. Read material manufacturer’s warnings and material MSDS.

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A (Red) and B (Blue) Components

Moisture Sensitivity of

Isocyanates

Isocyanates (ISO) are catalysts used in two component foam and polyurea coatings. ISO will react with mois ture (such as humidity) to form small, hard, abrasive crystals, which become suspended in the fluid. Eventu ally a film will form on the surface and the ISO will begin to gel, increasing in viscosity. If used, this partially cured ISO will reduce performance and the life of all wetted parts.

NOTE: The amount of film formation and rate of crystal lization varies depending on the blend of ISO, the humidity, and the temperature.

To prevent exposing ISO to moisture:

• Always use a sealed container with a desiccant dryer in the vent, or a nitrogen atmosphere. Never store ISO in an open container.

• Keep the ISO lube pump reservoir (if installed) filled with IsoGuard Select, part 24F516. The lubricant creates a barrier between the ISO and the atmo sphere.

• Use moisture-proof hoses specifically designed for

ISO, such as those supplied with your system.

• Never use reclaimed solvents, which may contain moisture. Always keep solvent containers closed when not in use.

• Keep the pump grease cup filled with grease. The grease creates a barrier between the ISO and the atmosphere.

• Never use solvent on one side if it has been con taminated from the other side.

• Always lubricate threaded parts with ISO pump oil or grease when reassembling.

Foam Resins with 245 fa

Blowing Agents

Some foam blowing agents will froth at temperatures above 90°F (33°C) when not under pressure, especially if agitated. To reduce frothing, minimize preheating in a circulation system.

Changing Materials

• When changing materials, flush the equipment mul tiple times to ensure it is thoroughly clean.

• Always clean the fluid inlet strainers after flushing.

• Check with your material manufacturer for chemical compatibility.

• Most materials use ISO on the A (Red) side, but some use ISO on the B (Blue) side. See the follow ing section.

A (Red) and B (Blue) Components

IMPORTANT!

For all machines:

Material suppliers can vary in how they refer to plural component materials.

Be aware that when standing in front of the manifold on proportioner:

• Component A (Red) is on the left side.

• Component B (Blue) is on the right side.

• The A (Red) side is intended for ISO, hardeners, and catalysts.

• If one of the materials being used is moisture-sensi tive, that material should always be in the A (Red) side.

• The B (Blue) side is intended for polyols, resins, and bases.

NOTE: For machines with material volume ratios other than 1:1, the higher volume side is typically the B (Blue) side.

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A (Red) and B (Blue) Components

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Typical Installation

A (Red) Side Supply Detail

K M

K

B (Blue) Side Supply Detail

G

G

K

L ti7821a3

P

A ti7821a2

J

K

F

N

H D

J

H

B

F IG . 1

Key:

A HFR Unit (see F IG . 2, page 25)

B Hose

C Fluid Temperature Sensor (FTS); 2x, 1 for each hose

D Whip Hose

E Dispense Gun

F Gun Air Supply Hose

G Feed Pump Air Supply Lines

H Waste Container

J Fluid Supply Lines

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K Feed Pumps

L Agitator

M Desiccant Dryer

N Bleed Lines

P Fluid Manifold

E

P

C*

* Shown exposed for clarity.

Wrap with tape during opera ti14720a

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Component Identification

Component Identification

Key for F IG . 2.

AA Advanced Display Module (see page 30)

BA Component A (Red) Pressure Relief Outlet

BB Component B (Blue) Pressure Relief Outlet

CO Base and Casters (Optional)

FA Component A (Red) Fluid Manifold Inlet (on left side of manifold block)

FB Component B (Blue) Fluid Manifold Inlet

FM HFR Fluid Manifold

FP Feed Inlet Pressure Gauge

FS Feed Inlet Strainer (standard filter size is 20 mesh)

FT Feed Inlet Temperature Gauge (heated models only)

FV Feed Inlet Valve (A (Red) side shown)

GA Component A (Red) Outlet Pressure Gauge

GB Component B (Blue) Outlet Pressure Gauge

HA Component A (Red) Hose Connection (from feed to gun or mix head)

HB Component B (Blue) Hose Connection (from feed to gun or mix head)

HP Hydraulic Power Pack Assembly

HT Hydraulic Tank

LR Grease Reservoir Bottle

LS Pumpline Linear Sensor

MA Motor Control Module, see page 28

MP Main Power Switch

PA Component A (Red) Pump

PB Component B (Blue) Pump

PD Power Distribution Box

PH Primary Heater

PI Primary Heater Fluid Inlet

PO Primary Heater Fluid Outlet

PR Primary Heater RTD

PS Primary Heater Overtemperature Switch

SA Component A (Red) PRESSURE RELIEF/DISPENSE

Valve

SB Component B (Blue) PRESSURE RELIEF/DISPENSE

Valve

TA Component A (Red) Pressure Transducer

TB Component B (Blue) Pressure Transducer

TC High Power Temperature Control Module (not shown, see

page 34)

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Component Identification

MP MA

HP

FM

HT

PA

FV

PD

AA

FT

PH

LR

FS

FP

CO

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FS

PB

FT

FP

FA

SA

Fluid Manifold (FM) Detail

GA

GB

SB

FB

Primary Heater (PH) Detail,

B (Blue) side shown

PO

PI

LS

Rear View

TA

TB

BA

PR

HA

HB

BB ti9880a1

PS

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F IG . 2: Component Identification, Heated Model shown with shrouds removed

24C352_313998_4e

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Component Identification

Main Power Switch

Located on top of the power distribution box, see page

25 . The main power switch turns power

ON and OFF . The main power switch does not turn pumps or heat zones on.

Circuit Breakers

Additional circuit breakers for protection of the second ary side of the heated hose transformer are located inside the frame. See the parts list for the installed pri mary/hose heat option. See Ref. 5 of the product con figurator code for your machine to determine which

primary/hose heat option is installed. See Product

Configurator on page 5.

B (Blue)

Left Side from Rear View

Most circuit breakers are located inside the power dis tribution box. The main block of circuit breakers in the power distribution box is shown below, with detailed information in the following table. For more information about items in the power distribution box, see power distribution box manual for more information.

CB1 CB3

CB5 CB4

CB2

CB9

CB7 CB6

CB8

CB579

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A (Red)

Right Side from Rear View

24C681_313998_1e

Ref.

CB1

CB2

CB3

CB4

CB5

CB6

CB7

CB8

CB9

Size

230V/

1 phase,

400V/

3 phase

5A

5A

40A

15A

40A

63A

40A

15A

40A

230V/

3 phase

5A

5A

40A

15A

40A

30A

40A

15A

40A

Component

Motor Control Module

Primary Heater A

Tank Heat A

Hose Heat A

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

Hose Heat B

Tank Heat B

Primary Heater B

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CB718

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Component Identification

Hydraulic Power Pack

DK

DB

DE

DG

DF

DH

DA

DD

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F IG . 3

Key:

DA 8 Gallon Hydraulic Oil Reservoir (see

Technical Data on page 128 for specifications)

DB Electric Motor

DC Dipstick (not shown, located at rear left of hydraulic tank)

DD Hydraulic Housing

DE Directional Valve

DF Motor Control Module (see page 28)

DG Fan

DH Oil Filter

DJ Shroud (not shown, removed for clarity)

DK Air Inlet Filter

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Component Identification

Motor Control Module (MCM)

NOTICE

If the Motor Control Module is replaced, the selec tor switch must be set prior to initial startup of the

Motor Control Module or damage may occur. See

HFR Repair manual for details, see Related Man uals on page 3.

B

A

For MCM location, see reference MA in F IG . 2 on page 25. When installed, the end of the MCM with the

power input connection (12) faces down and the end with the access cover (A) faces up.

The Motor Control Module uses an 8-position selector switch to set the system maximum working pressure.

C

12

F IG . 4: MCM Component Identification

28

1A

10

1B

2

3 r_257396_3b9905_01b

6

8

9

11

5 r_257396_3b9905_03b

13

7

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7

3

5

10

11

8

9

12

13

Ref

A

B

C

1A, 1B

2

Description

Access Cover

LEDs

Warning Label

CAN Connections

Three-way Splitter to: Oil Low Level

Sensor, Dispense Valve Solenoid, and

Footswitch

Oil Temperature Sensor

Electric Motor Temperature Sensor

LVDT

Three-way Splitter to:

Hydraulic Directional Valve,

Oil Overtemperature Switch

Pressure Transducer B (Blue) side

Pressure Transducer A (Red) side

Not used

Motor Position Sensor

MCM Power Input Connection

Motor Power Connection

Component Identification

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Component Identification

Advanced Display Module (ADM)

User Interface

CB

CA

CC

CD

CE

CF

CH

CG

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F IG . 5: ADM Component Identification - Front

Buttons

Ref. Button Function

CA System enable/ disable

Enables/disables system. When sys tem is disabled, temperature control and dispense operation are disabled.

CB System

Status

Indicator

Light

CC Stop

Displays system status. See System

Status Indicator (CB) Conditions on page 31 for details.

Stops all system processes.

Ref. Button Function

CD Soft

Keys

Defined by application using ADM.

CE Cancel Cancel a selection or number entry while in the process of entering a

CF Enter number or making a selection.

Acknowledge changing a value or making a selection.

CG Lock/Set up

CH Naviga tion

-

Toggle between run and setup screens. If setup screens are pass word protected, button toggles between run and password entry screen.

Navigate within a screen or to a new screen.

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CS

Component Identification

CJ

CK

CR

F IG . 6: ADM Component Identification - Rear

Key:

CJ Flat Panel Mount

CK Model Number

CL USB Module Interface

CM CAN Cable Connections

System Status Indicator (CB) Conditions

Green Solid - Run Mode, System On

Green Flashing - Setup Mode, System On

Yellow Solid - Run Mode, System Off

Yellow Flashing - Setup Mode, System Off

CP

CN

CL

CM r_24E451_3B9900_1a

CN Module Status LEDs

CP Accessory Cable Connections

CR Token Access Cover

CS Battery Access Cover

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Component Identification

Main Display Components

The following figure calls out the navigational, status, and general informational components of each screen. For

details regarding the user interface display see Advanced Display Module (ADM) Operation , page 47.

Current date and time Previous screen Current screen Next screen

Mode

Faults, Status

Enter/Exit

Function display

Previous screen no.

Current screen no.

Next screen no.

F IG . 7: Main Display Components

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Fluid Control Module (FCM)

A

C

E

B

F

IG

. 8:

Key:

A Fluid Control Module

B Base

C Module Connection Screws

D Access Cover

E Module Status LEDs

F CAN Connectors

F ti12337a1

D

Component Identification ti12336a1

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Component Identification

Temperature Control Module (Heated HFR Only)

2

1

7

3 ti12352a1

F IG . 9: High Power Temperature Control Module Sensor Connections

6

Key:

1 Overtemperature Switch Connection (primary heaters only)

2 RTD Temperature Sensor Connection

3 Output Power Connection

4

4 DC Output Connection

5 Input Power Connection

6 CAN Connections

7 Rotary Selector Switch, Token Access ti12353a1

LED

Signals

5

2

1

5

6

3 ti12356a1

F IG . 10: Low Power Module Cable Connections

1 Overtemperature Switch Connection

2 RTD Temperature Sensor Connection

3 Output Power Connection

4

7

4 DC Output Connection

5 Input Power Connection

6 CAN Connections

7 Base ti12357a1

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Heat Control Zone Selection

(Heated models only)

The HFR unit supports 4 independent temperature con trol zones. The high power temperature control mod ules are located inside the frame below the hydraulic power pack.

Hose Heater B (Blue) Primary Heater B (Blue)

Left Side from

Rear View

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Primary Heater A (Red) Hose Heater A (Red)

Right Side from

Rear View

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Component Identification

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Component Identification

Adjust Rotary Switch

The rotary switch setting indicates which zone the tem perature control module will control in the system. The high power module uses an 8-position rotary switch.

The low power module uses a16-position rotary switch.

Set the rotary switch (S) to the specific selection according to the settings listed in the following tables.

High Power Module Rotary Switch Location

S ti12360a

Low Power Module Rotary Switch Location

High Power Module Rotary Switch Settings

Setting

0

1

2

5

6

3

4

7

Zone

Not Used

B (Blue) Primary Heat

B (Blue) Hose Heat

A (Red) Primary Heat

A (Red) Hose Heat

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Low Power Module Rotary Switch Settings

D

E

B

C

F

9

A

7

8

Setting

0

1

2

5

6

3

4

Zone

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

B (Blue) Tank Heater

A (Red) Tank Heater

B (Blue) Chiller

A (Red) Chiller

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used

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F IG . 11

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Dispense Requests and

Valves Overview

Three types of dispense valves can be used with the

HFR system:

• Stall-at-pressure

• Solenoid controlled

• Hydraulically actuated and recirculating

The P2 Gun and Fusion Gun are examples of stall-at-pressure dispense valves. When not dispens ing, the fluid in the chemical lines are fully pressurized.

When using a stall-to-pressure dispense valve, a footswitch cannot be used. Any signals sent from a footswitch will be ignored. In this configuration, the user is responsible for supplying voltage to any solenoid used to control the opening or closing of the dispense valve. The output from the HFR used to control a valve solenoid must be disconnected.

The EP Gun and MD2 Valve are examples of solenoid controlled dispense valves, which are controlled by the

HFR. The user does NOT directly control the dispense valve solenoid. In this configuration, the user requests a dispense either by using the ADM dispense key, or by supplying a contact closure input at the footswitch input to the HFR. When the machine sees the signal, the dispense will start and the HFR will source power to the dispense valve solenoid. When the dispense request trigger is released, the HFR will remove power to the dispense valve solenoid and pressurize the lines to the pressure monitored during the dispense.

The L-Head, S-Head, and GX-16 are examples of hydraulically actuated, full recirculating dispense valves. When not dispensing, material is recirculated to maintain temperature and pressure. Opening and clos ing the valve is controlled hydraulically, which leads to faster actuation and more accurate dispenses.

Dispense Requests and Valves Overview

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Dispense Requests and Valves Overview

Dispense Request/Valve

Connection

If the user intends to request dispenses to the HFR using an automated control interface, a contact closure output must be supplied between the indicated wires using a Graco 120995 cable assembly connected to the foot-switch input near the material manifold, as illus -

trated in F IG . 12 (Dispense valve configurations 2 and

3).

F IG . 12

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If a dispense valve solenoid needs installed to control the dispense valve (Dispense valve configuration 2), a

Graco 24C757 can be installed onto the side of the

HFR. After it is mounted, connect the valve solenoid to the 2B (or 2A) cable connection on the side of the

MCM, under the HFR blue cover.

Dispense Requests and Valves Overview

F IG . 13

If configuring the HFR to dispense valve configuration 1

(Stall at pressure), the described foot-switch contact closure connection and the electrical connection between the HFR and a dispense valve solenoid will need to be removed. The user will be responsible for directly controlling the opening and closing of the dis pense valve.

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Setup

Setup

Perform this setup procedure to secure all necessary machine connections for machine operation.

1.

Locate HFR.

a. Locate HFR on a level surface. See

Dimen sions on page 127 for space requirements.

b. Anchor the HFR to the floor (suggested anchors: McMaster Carr anchor, 92403A400).

See

Dimensions , page 127, for bolt locations.

If machine mobility is required, purchase

Mobile Pallet Base with Casters Kit, 24P090.

NOTICE

To avoid tipping the machine and personal injury, do not attach wheels directly to the standard HFR mounting brackets.

c. Do not expose HFR to rain.

NOTICE

Bolt HFR to original shipping pallet before lifting.

2.

Electrical requirements. See Models on page 4

for detailed electrical requirements information.

Installing this equipment requires access to parts which may cause electric shock or other serious injury if work is not performed properly. Have a quali fied electrician connect power and ground to main

power switch terminals, see step 3 in this setup pro

cedure. All electrical wiring must be done by a quali fied electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations.

NOTICE

Never connect to 480V, 3 phase power. Severe equipment damage will occur.

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3.

Connect electrical cord.

NOTE:

See Power Line Voltage Surges information on page 41.

NOTE: Power cord is not supplied. See the following table.

Table 1: Power Cord Requirements

Model

Non-Heated HFR,

230V, 1 phase

Non-Heated HFR,

230V, 3 phase

Non-Heated HFR,

400V, 3 phase

Heated HFR,

230V, 1 phase

Heated HFR,

230V, 3 phase

Heated HFR,

400V, 3 phase

Cord Requirements

AWG (mm 2 )

6 (13.3), 2 wire + ground

8 (8.4), 3 wire + ground

6 (13.3), 4 wire + ground †

1 (42.4), 2 wire + ground

4 (21.2), 3 wire + ground

4 (21.2), 4 wire + ground †

† Residual Current Device (RCD) must be rated at

300 mA if installed.

Electrical Cord Wires by Model

230V, 1 phase: L1, L2, GND

230V, 3 phase: L1, L2, L3, GND

400V, 3 phase: L1, L2, L3, N, GND

Typical Voltage Readings

230V, 1 phase:

L1-L2: 230V

L1 or L2-G: 115V

230V, 3 phase (delta high leg):

L1-L2, L2-L3, L3-L1: 230V

L1-G, L3-G: 115V

L2-G: 208V

400V, 3 phase (Y / wye):

L1-L2, L2-L3, L3-L1: 400V

L1-N, L2-N, L3-N: 230V

L1-G, L2-G, L3-G: 230V

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Use 5/32 or 4 mm hex allen wrench to connect the two or three power leads to L1, L2, and L3, as applicable.

Connect green to ground (GND).

N L3 L2 L1

GND c. Press “Min Max” successively to show the peak positive and negative DC voltages.

d. Confirm readings do not exceed 400VDC

(Motor Control Module alarm issued at

420VDC).

The chart below shows the permissible magnitude and duration of temporary over-voltage events:

F IG . 14: 400V, 3 phase shown

Power Line Voltage Surges r_24C686_313998_1a

Power conversion equipment can be sensitive to volt age fluctuations on incoming power. The Motor Control

Module falls under the category of power conversion equipment because energy is stored on a capacitive bus and then modulated to control a brushless motor.

Engineered design takes this into account and with stands a wide range of conditions, but it is possible for supplied power to occasionally fall outside the tolerable range in industrial plants with high-amperage reactive pulsed loads such as welding equipment. If the tolera ble range is exceeded, an overvoltage condition is flagged and the system will shut down in an alarm state to protect itself and alert the user of unstable power.

Excessive or repeated overvoltage may permanently damage hardware.

The MAX-HOLD feature on a multimeter can be used to determine peak DC voltage on the line. DC is the proper setting, as opposed to AC, because peak voltage is the critical parameter that affects the DC voltage level stored on the capacitive bus in power conversion equipment. Reading should not regularly exceed approximately 400VDC to avoid tripping the 420VDC alarm level in the Motor Control Module. If power qual ity is suspect, power conditioning or isolation of the device(s) causing poor power quality is recommended.

Consult a qualified electrician if there are any concerns about the available power supply.

Power Line Test Steps with Multimeter a. Set multimeter to “DC voltage”.

b. Connect multimeter probes to supplied power line.

Maximum Permissible Transient Voltage Surges

* Constructed from ITIC 1996 curve, referenced by IEC 61000-2-4

1400

1200

1000

800

600

1200Vac, 1697Vdc

<--1 MW Max Surge Power

400

200

480Vac, 679Vdc

<--150 KW Max Surge Power

336Vac, 475Vdc

<--50 KW Max Surge Power

288Vac, 407Vdc

<--No Power Limit

264Vac, 373Vdc

0

0.000001 0.00001 0.0001 0.001 0.01

Time (seconds)

0.1 1 10

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Setup

4.

Connect feed lines a. Install feed pumps (K) in component A (Red)

and B (Blue) supply drums. See F IG

. 1 and F IG .

2, pages 23 and 25.

NOTE: A minimum feed pressure of 50 psi (0.35 MPa,

3.5 bar) is required at both feed inlet pressure gauges

(FP). Maximum feed pressure is 250 psi (1.75 MPa, 17.5 bar). Maintain A (Red) and B (Blue) feed pressures within 10% of each other.

FP ti10006a1 b. Seal component A (Red) drum and use desic cant dryer (M) in vent.

c. Install agitator (L) in component B (Blue) drum, if necessary.

d. Ensure A (Red) and B (Blue) inlet valves (FV) are closed.

5.

Connect pressure relief lines

Do not install shutoffs downstream of the PRESSURE

RELIEF/DISPENSE valve outlets (BA, BB). The valves function as overpressure relief valves when set to

DISPENSE . Lines must be open so valves can automatically relieve pressure when machine is oper ating.

If circulating fluid back to the supply drums, use high pressure hose rated to withstand the maximum work ing pressure of this equipment.

a.

Recommended : Connect high pressure hose

(R) to relief fittings (BA, BB) of both PRESSURE

RELIEF/DISPENSE valves. Route hose back to component A (Red) and B (Blue) drums. See

F IG . 1, page 23.

SA

SB

BA

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BB

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NOTE:

Supply hoses from feed pumps should be 3/4 in.

(19 mm) ID minimum.

e. Connect and tighten component B (Blue) sup ply hose to the 3/4 npt(f) swivel on the compo nent B (Blue) inlet valve.

f. Connect and tighten component A (Red) supply hose to the 1/2 npt(f) swivel on the component

A (Red) inlet valve.

b.

Alternately: Secure supplied bleed tubes (N) in grounded, sealed waste containers (H). See

F IG . 1, page 23.

6.

For Heated HFR models only, install Fluid Tem perature Sensor (FTS) a. Install FTS between main hose and whip hose.

See Heated Hose manual for instructions.

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7.

Connect heated hose monitor zones

NOTE: For Heated HFR models only, see Heated Hose manual for detailed instructions on connecting heated hoses.

NOTICE

For Heated HFR models only, the FTS (C) and whip hose (D) must be used with heated hose. See step 6 on page 42 for FTS installation. Hose length, including whip hose, must be 10 ft (3 m) minimum.

Y

V a. Turn main power OFF .

b.

For Heated HFR Models only, assemble heated hose sections, FTS, and whip hose. See

Heated Hose manual 3A0237 for heated hose connection details and illustrations for the vari ous types of heated hoses.

For Non-Heated HFR Models only, assemble fluid supply hose sections and whip hose.

c. Connect A (Red) and B (Blue) hoses to A (Red) and B (Blue) outlets on HFR fluid manifold (FM).

Hoses are color coded: red for component A, blue for component B. Fittings are sized to pre vent connection errors.

NOTE: Gun fluid manifold hose adapters allow use of

1/4 in. and 3/8 in. ID fluid hoses. To use 1/2 in. (13 mm)

ID fluid hoses, remove adapters from gun fluid manifold and install as needed to connect hose.

d.

For Heated HFR Models only, connect cables (Y). Connect electrical connectors (V).

Be sure cables have slack when hose bends.

Wrap cable and electrical connections with electrical tape. See Heated Hose manual for heated hose connection details and illustrations for the various types of heated hoses.

8.

For systems with a gun fluid manifold, close gun fluid manifold valves A (Red) and B (blue).

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9.

For models with an MD2 valve, connect whip hose to MD2 valve component A (Red) and com ponent B (Blue) fluid inlets.

For models with a dispense gun, connect whip hose to gun fluid manifold. Do not connect man -

ifold to gun. See F IG . 15.

F IG . 15

10.

Pressure check hose ti2417a1

See hose manual. Pressure check for leaks. If no leaks, wrap hose and electrical connections to protect from damage.

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Setup

11.

Ground system c.

If dispense valve has a trigger safety lock, engage the trigger safety lock.

This equipment must be grounded.

a.

HFR:

grounded through power cord. See step 3 on page 40.

b.

EP Gun or Dispense Valve : If supplied, connect whip hose ground wire to FTS, see step 6 on page 42. Do not disconnect wire or dispense without whip hose.

c.

Fluid supply containers : follow your local code.

d.

Object being dispensed : follow your local code.

e.

Solvent pails used when flushing : follow your local code. Use only metal pails, which are con ductive, placed on a grounded surface. Do not place pail on a nonconductive surface, such as paper or cardboard, which interrupts grounding continuity.

f.

To maintain grounding continuity when flushing or relieving pressure, hold a metal part of dis pense gun firmly to the side of a grounded metal pail, then trigger gun.

12. Install dispense valve

LOCKED ti10442a1 d. Connect gun to machine. Verify gun is ready for operation. See appropriate gun manual listed in

Related Manuals on page 3 for detailed

instructions.

e.

If gun has pneumatics, verify air line is con nected then open bleed-type master air line valve.

f. Set PRESSURE RELIEF/DISPENSE valves (SA,

SB) to DISPENSE .

SA

SB a. Navigate to System Screen 2 and select the appropriate dispense valve from the “Dispense

Valve” dropdown menu. See System Screen 2 on page 75.

b. Set pressure relief valves (SA, SB) to RELIEF.

ti9877a1 g. Press to enable system. LED should be solid green.

h. Check that heat zones are on and temperatures are on target, see Status Screen on page 92.

i. Check fluid pressure display and adjust as nec essary.

j.

For MD2 and Auto-Fusion dispense valves, per form Connect Solenoid Kit procedure. See

Heated Hoses and Applicator Kits manual for procedure.

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Setup k. Check fluid pressure gauges (GA, GB) to ensure proper pressure balance. If imbalanced, reduce pressure of higher component by slightly turning PRESSURE RELIEF/DISPENSE valve for that component toward PRESSURE l.

m.

RELIEF/CIRCULATION , until gauges show balanced pressures.

GA GB procedure.

In this example, B (Blue) side pressure is higher, so use the B (Blue) side valve to balance pres sures.

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For MD2 and Auto-Fusion dispense valves, perform Connect Solenoid Kit procedure. See

Heated Hoses and Applicator Kits manual for

If dispense valve has a trigger safety lock, disengage the trigger safety lock.

UNLOCKED ti10441a1 n.

For EP Gun and GX-16, perform a test pour into a waste container. Adjust pressure and temperature to get desired results. Equipment is ready to dispense.

o.

For all dispense valves other than the EP Gun, perform mix ratio test using two tared cups.

Weigh the cups and divide the weights to verify the mix ratio by weight. See Ratio Checking section in the dispense valve manual for more information.

p.

For Fusion dispense valves, perform DC Power

Pack Hydraulic Pressure Setup. See HFR

Repair manual for procedure.

q. Equipment is ready to dispense.

Vacuum De-gas

NOTE: This procedure is for assemblies with vacuum tree manifold and no agitator or auto-refill.

1. Disable machine movement by pressing the

Machine Disable Mode key ( ).

2. Close the shut-off ball valves at the base of the tanks.

3. If the tank lid has a fill port, turn off any systems that might refill the tank during the vacuum de-gas procedure.

4. Close the fill port ball valve.

5. If the tank lid requires a desiccant dryer or nitrogen pump installed, install one into the top ball valve of the vacuum tree manifold.

6. Close the top ball valve of the vacuum tree mani fold.

7. Attach vacuum pump to the bottom ball valve of the vacuum tree manifold then open the ball valve.

8. Turn on the vacuum pump.

9. Continue to de-gas for sufficient time to de-gas the material.

10. Close bottom ball valve of the vacuum tree mani fold.

11. Turn off the vacuum pump.

12. Open the top ball valve of the vacuum tree mani fold.

NOTICE

Operating the tank after the vacuum de-gas proce dure without the top ball valve open will result in pump cavitation, off-ratio conditions, and possible collapse of the tank.

13. Open the shutoff valves at the base of the tanks.

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Vacuum De-gas and Vacuum

Manual Refill

NOTE: This procedure is for assemblies with a vacuum tree manifold, agitator, and auto-refill.

1. Press the Select Operating Mode button ( ) repeatedly to select Shot, Sequence, or Operator

(Manual) mode.

2. Close the shut-off ball valves at the base of the tanks.

3. If the tank lid requires a desiccant dryer or nitrogen pump installed, install one into the top ball valve of the vacuum tree manifold).

4. Close the top ball valve of the vacuum tree mani fold.

5. Attach vacuum pump to the bottom ball valve of the vacuum tree manifold then open the ball valve.

6. Turn on the vacuum pump.

7. Turn on agitator.

8. Select Manual Refill mode. See operation manual referenced at the beginning of this manual for more information.

9. Press the appropriate Auto-Refill Tank Select but ton or buttons ( and/or ) to select the tanks to refill.

10. If necessary, press the Abort/Cancel button ( to cancel auto-refill.

)

If an auto-refill is aborted or times out, the software will not initiate a new auto-refill until a manually ini tiated auto-refill has completed. To complete a manually initiated auto-refill after an aborted or timed out auto-refill, restart at step 2.

NOTICE

If an auto-refill is stopped and not restarted as described in the previous note, the pumps may be run dry and chemical crossover at the valve may occur.

11. Continue to de-gas for sufficient time to de-gas the material.

12. Close bottom ball valve of the vacuum tree mani fold).

13. Turn off the vacuum pump.

14. Open the top ball valve of the vacuum tree mani fold.

NOTICE

Operating the tank after the vacuum de-gas proce dure without the top ball valve open will result in pump cavitation, off-ratio conditions, and possible collapse of the tank.

15. Open the shutoff valves at the base of the tanks.

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Advanced Display Module (ADM) Operation

Advanced Display Module (ADM) Operation

When main power is turned on by turning the main power switch (MP) to the ON position, the splash screen will be displayed until communication and initial ization is complete.

To begin using the ADM, the machine must be on and enabled. To verify the machine is enabled, verify the

System Status Indicator Light (CB) is illuminated green,

see F IG . 5 on page 30. If the System Status Indicator

Light is not green, press the ADM Power On/Off (CA) button . The System Status Indicator Light will illu minate yellow if the machine is disabled.

7.

If L-Head is installed, define L-Head control details. See Mix Head Operating Details Screen , page 76.

8. Define level sensors and refill settings. See Supply

Screen , page 79.

9. Enable/disable temperature conditioning compo nents. See Conditioning Screen 1 , page 80.

10. Define temperature conditioning setpoints. See

Conditioning Screen 2 , page 81.

11.

If Night mode will be used, define Night mode set -

tings. See Conditioning Screen 3 , page 82.

12. Calibrate machine. See Calibration Screen, Main , page 74.

13. Define shots. See Shots Screen , page 71.

14. Define sequences. See

Sequences Screen

,

page 73.

15. If desired, view/reset counters. See Maintenance

Screen , page 78.

If the machine is in the Disabled mode screen press

repeatedly to select a different operating mode.

Perform the following tasks to fully setup your system.

1. Set general system settings. See Advanced

Screen 1 , page 83.

2. Set units of measure. See Advanced Screen 2 , page 83.

3. Enable/disable system features. See

Advanced

Screen 3 , page 84.

4. Define control mode, dispense mode, and pump information. See System Screen 1 , page 75.

5. Define dispense valve and other system settings.

See System Screen 2 , page 75.

6. Define labels and other system settings. See Sys tem Screen 3 , page 77.

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Startup

Startup

Do not operate HFR without all covers and shrouds in place.

1.

Use feed pumps to load fluid

NOTE:

The HFR is tested with oil at the factory. Flush out the oil with a compatible solvent before dispensing. See

Flushing on page 52.

a. Check that all machine connections are setup.

See

Setup procedure, page 40.

b. Check that inlet screens are clean before daily

startup, see page 58.

c. Grease pumps if using moisture sensitive

materials. See Grease Cup Maintenance page

59.

d. Turn on component B (Blue) and component A

(Red) agitators, if used.

e. Turn both PRESSURE RELIEF/DISPENSE valves (SA, SB) to DISPENSE .

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Keep Components A (Red) and B (Blue) Separate

Cross-contamination can result in cured material in fluid lines which could cause serious injury or damage equipment. To prevent cross-contamination of the equipment’s wetted parts, never interchange compo nent A (Red) and component B (Blue) parts. h. Use feed pumps to load system.

i.

For models with an EP, Fusion, or P2 gun only, hold gun fluid manifold over two grounded waste containers. Open gun fluid valves A (Red) and B (Blue) until clean, air-free fluid comes from valves. Close valves.

SA SB

48 ti9877a1 f. Start feed pumps.

g. Open fluid inlet valves (FV). Check for leaks.

ti2484a1 j.

For models with an MD2 Valve only, hold

MD2 valve nose piece, without a mixer installed, over two grounded waste containers.

Leave mixer off and trigger gun until both fluids flow freely from the nose piece without any air.

k. To prime the pump, cycle the pump a few times or until air-free fluid dispenses.

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2.

Calibrate HFR

The HFR calibration procedure is a two step process.

The first step, Learn Mode, must be performed when ever the pump line is rebuilt, if any other maintenance is performed that may affect the mechanical tolerances in the pump line, or the MCM module is replaced. If the machine does not appear to be utilizing the full extent of the pump stroke, or if the machine appears to be contacting the end of the hydraulic cylinder, follow the

Learn Mode procedure. The Learn Mode procedure will teach the system the mechanical limits of travel.

Learn Mode Procedure: a. Navigate to the Calibration screen.

3.

Set temperatures (Heated models only)

This equipment is used with heated fluid, which can cause equipment surfaces to become very hot. To avoid severe burns:

• Do not touch hot fluid or equipment.

• Allow equipment to cool completely before touching it.

• Wear gloves if fluid temperature exceeds 110°F

(43°C).

For detailed temperature adjustments, including alarm levels, or upon initial machine configuration, see Condi tioning Screen 2 on page 81 for details. For minor adjustments to the temperature setpoint once the machine has been initially configured, see the Status

Screen on page 92.

4.

Set system control and dispense modes: See

System Screen 1 on page 75.

5.

Set pump sizes: See System Screen 1 on page 75.

6.

Define Shot Recipes a. Navigate to the Shots screen.

b. Press the Learn Mode Calibration button and set the mode to run as the dispense appli cator that is installed on the system.

c. If not a full circulation system, place a waste container below the dispense valve. The next steps will cause the machine to dispense mate rial for all other settings.

d. Press the go right button and then the dis pense button . The pump will travel to the right most extreme position.

e. After the pump stops moving, press the go left button and then press the dispense button . The pump will travel to the left most extreme position.

f. After the pump stops moving, press the con tinue button to go on to the next step in the calibration process or the page back button to return to the main Calibration screen.

NOTE: During this process, the system learned the mechanical limits of travel. If the pump did not reach both the left and right extreme limits for any reason, repeat the procedure.

b. Press to enter the screen.

c. Use the directional keypad to navigate to the shot detail column for the desired shot number.

d. Type the desired setting for that item then press .

e. Repeat the previous two steps for all desired shot numbers.

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Shutdown

7.

Change pressure imbalance setting (optional)

The pressure imbalance function detects conditions that can cause off-ratio dispense, such as loss of feed pressure/supply, pump seal failure, clogged fluid inlet filter, or a fluid leak.

The pressure imbalance default is factory-set at 500 psi

(3.5 MPa, 35 bar). For tighter ratio error detection, select a lower value. For looser detection or to avoid nuisance alarms, input a higher value.

a. Navigate to System Screen 3.

Shutdown

1. Park pumps.

a. From the Home screen, press

Standby mode.

b. Press to enter the screen.

c. Navigate to the pressure imbalance field.

d. Type the desired pressure imbalance setting then press Enter .

and select b. Press . Material will dispense for non cir culation systems. Pump will park automatically.

Once pump is parked, pump will stop moving.

If a dispense gun with a trigger is installed, pulling the trigger will begin a park operation.

Material will dispense for non circulation sys tems.

c.

For models with an EP, Fusion, or P2 gun only, turn diversion valves to tank then press

Park . Pressure must be below 400 psi

(2.8 MPa, 28 bar).

.

2. Press the enable/disable key on the ADM disable the ADM.

to

3. Turn main power switch (MP) to OFF position.

4. Close A (Red) and B (Blue) fluid supply valves (FV)

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5. Perform Pressure Relief Procedure on page 51.

6. Shut down feed pumps as required. See feed pump manual.

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Pressure Relief Procedure

1. Shut off feed pumps and agitator, if used.

2. Turn PRESSURE RELIEF/DISPENSE valves (SA,

SB) to PRESSURE RELIEF/CIRCULATION

Route fluid to waste containers or supply tanks.

.

Ensure gauges drop to 0.

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3.

For models with an dispense valve with a safety lock, engage gun safety lock.

4. Relieve pressure in dispense valve. See dispense valve manual.

Pressure Relief Procedure

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Flushing

Flushing

Flush equipment only in a well-ventilated area. Do not dispense flammable fluids. Do not turn on heaters while flushing with flammable solvents.

• Flush out old fluid with new fluid, or flush out old fluid with a compatible solvent before introducing new fluid.

• Use the lowest possible pressure when flushing.

• All fluid components are compatible with common solvents. Use only moisture-free solvents. See

Technical Data on page 128 for list of wetted com

ponents to verify compatibility of solvent with wet ted materials. See solvent manufacturers information for material compatibility.

• To flush feed hoses, pumps, and heaters separately from heated hoses, set PRESSURE RELIEF/DIS -

PENSE valves (SA, SB) to PRESSURE RELIEF/CIR -

CULATION . Flush through bleed lines (N).

• To maintain grounding continuity when flushing or relieving pressure, hold a metal part of dispense gun firmly to the side of a grounded metal pail, then trigger gun.

SA

SB

N

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• To flush entire system, circulate through gun fluid manifold (with manifold removed from gun).

• To prevent moisture from reacting with isocyanate, always leave the system dry or filled with a mois ture-free plasticizer or oil. Do not use water. See

Important Two-Component Material Information on page 20.

• Solvent pails used when flushing : follow your local code. Use only metal pails, which are conductive, placed on a grounded surface. Do not place pail on a nonconductive surface, such as paper or card board, which interrupts grounding continuity.

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Maintenance

Maintenance

Task

Change break-in oil in a new unit

Inspect hydraulic and fluid lines for leaks

Inspect fluid inlet strainer

screens, page 58

Grease Pumps, Grease Cup

Maintenance page 59

Check hydraulic fluid level

Grease circulation valves with

Fusion grease (117773)

Verify operation of air drying sys tem to prevent isocyanate crys tallization

Verify vent holes on bottom of electrical cabinet are clear and unobstructed

Inspect air filter (part 24H018), clean or replace as necessary,

Use compressed air to remove dust buildup on control boards, fan, motor (under shield), and hydraulic oil coolers

Clean up all hydraulic leaks; identify and repair cause of leak

Clean dispense valve mix cham ber ports regularly, see dispense valve manual

Clean dispense valve check valve screens, see dispense valve manual

Schedule

After first 250 hours of opera tion or within 3 months, which ever comes first

Daily

Daily

As Needed

Weekly

Weekly

Weekly

Weekly

Daily

Monthly

As needed

See dispense valve manual

See dispense valve manual

Change Break-in Oil

After initial break-in, see Table 5 for recommended fre quency of oil changes.

Table 2: Frequency of Oil Changes

Ambient

Temperature

Recommended

Frequency

0 to 90°F

(-17 to 32°C)

1000 hours or 12 months, whichever comes first

90°F and above

(32°C and above)

500 hours or 6 months, whichever comes first

Grease Circulation Valves With Fusion

Grease (117773)

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Check Hydraulic Fluid Level

Check hydraulic fluid level on dipstick (DS). Fluid level must be between indent marks (IM) on dipstick. Refill as

required with approved hydraulic fluid; see Technical

Data on page 128. If fluid is dark in color, change fluid

and filter.

DS

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Maintenance

ADM - Battery Replacement and

Screen Cleaning

MCM and TCM - Clean Heat

Sink Fins

Battery Replacement

A lithium battery maintains the ADM clock when power is not connected.

To replace the battery:

1. Disconnect power to the ADM.

NOTE: This can be done by removing the CAN cable from the bottom of the ADM.

2. Remove rear access panel.

Keep heat sink fins clean at all times. Clean them using compressed air.

NOTE: Do not use conductive cleaning solvents on the module.

Heat

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Heat Sink Fins

3. Remove the old battery and replace with a new

CR2032 battery.

4. Properly dispose the old lithium battery according to local codes.

5. Replace rear access panel.

6. Connect the power to the ADM and reset the clock through Advanced Screen 1

. Refer to Appendix B

- ADM Setup Screens Overview

for more detail.

Cleaning

Use any alcohol-based household cleaner, such as glass cleaner, to clean the ADM. Spray on the rag then wipe ADM. Do not directly spray the ADM.

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Install Upgrade Tokens

NOTE: The Motor Control Module, Fluid Control Mod ule, and Temperature Control Module connection to the system is temporarily disabled during the installation of upgrade tokens.

To install software upgrades:

1. Use correct software token stated in the table. See

Graco Control Architecture manual for instructions.

™ Module Programming

NOTE: Upgrade all modules in the system to the soft ware version on the token, even if you are replacing only one or two modules. Different software versions may not be compatible.

All data in the module (System Settings, USB Logs,

Recipes, Maintenance Counters) may be reset to factory default settings. Download all settings and user preferences to a USB before the upgrade, for ease of restoring them following the upgrade.

See manuals for locations of specific GCA compo nents.

The software version history for each system can be viewed in the technical support section at www.graco.com.

Token Application

16H821 HFR :

- Advanced Display Module

- Motor Control Module

- High Power Temperature Control Module

- Fluid Control Module (AC Power Pack)

- Discrete Gateway Module

- Communication Gateway Module

16G407 Ratio Monitoring (Flow Meters) :

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IG

. 17: Remove Access Cover

Programming Tokens/Updating

System Software

On system software version 1.12.001 (February 2020) and later, a single 16H821 programming token can be inserted into the ADM to re-program most of the soft ware modules, after power is cycled. To update the

16C014 “MCM Component Blue” software, the 16H821 token must be installed into the MCM module, then power cycled. Refer to the

Advanced Screen 5

on

page 85 in Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Over view

for a list of the HFR module software components.

On system software version 1.12.014 and later (Octo ber 2020), the capability to program a token using the

HFR ADM module and a USB stick (16 gigabytes or smaller) is provided. The user must to obtain the latest

16H822 HFR software, and move the file onto the USB stick in the following directory location:

\GRACO\SOFTWARE\16H822.gti

To program an HFR token and update the software, perform the following steps:

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Maintenance

1. Enter the system into Disable mode by pressing the mode selection key ( ) from the main home run screen. By pressing the up or down arrow keys, make the “Disable” mode selection as shown on the screen below.

5. Navigate to the Advanced 8 screen, shown below.

The system version of the software currently on the machine is provided (“1.12.013” in the screen below).

2. Press the Enter key (CF) to make the Disable mode selection.

3. Enter the setup screens by pressing the lock key

( ), then navigate to the Advanced 4 screen. It is recommended to temporarily turn off the “Enable

Downloading of USB logs” feature for this process, as indicated by the un-checked option shown in the screen below.

4. Select and check the “Use ADM to Program Token” checkbox option, select out of the current screen and navigate one screen left. Go to the “Advanced” setup screen pages.

6. To program a token with a new version, press the

icon, on the bottom left side of the screen.

The screen should appear as shown below.

7. Insert the USB stick with the updated software file into the bottom of the ADM, and insert the black programming token into the right side of the ADM.

The token does NOT need to be blanked. The pro cess will blank and write the file from the USB stick to the token.

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8. After the USB stick is inserted, the short download process may occur. After the download and inser tions, the screen should appear as shown below.

9. If more than one software file is located in the indi cated USB directory, press Enter (CF) to make the selection of the desired file to be programmed to the token.

10. To start the programming process, press the soft key.

11. The transfer from the USB stick to the token will take several minutes. After completion, the screen should show a 100% completion and the token will now contain the selected file on the USB stick.

12. To program the HFR with the token software, press the key. If the token will be used for another system, remove the token and exit the screen(s) by pressing the Cancel key. Remember to enable the

“Enabled Downloading of USB Logs” option if pre viously disabled.

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Maintenance

Fluid Inlet Strainer Screen

The inlet strainers filter out particles that can plug the pump inlet check valves. Inspect the screens daily as part of the startup routine, and clean as required. The standard strainer is 20 mesh.

Use clean chemicals and follow proper storage, trans fer, and operating procedures, to minimize contamina tion of the A-side screen.

NOTE: Clean the A-side screen only during daily startup. This minimizes moisture contamination by immediately flushing out any isocyanate residue at the start of dispensing operations.

1. Perform

Pressure Relief Procedure on page 51.

2. Close the fluid inlet valve at the pump inlet and shut off the appropriate feed pump. This prevents mate rial from being pumped while cleaning the screen.

3. Place a container under the strainer manifold (59d) to catch fluid. Remove the strainer plug (59j).

4. Remove the screen (59g) from the strainer mani fold. Thoroughly flush the screen with compatible solvent and shake it dry. Inspect the screen. If more than 25% of the mesh is blocked, replace the screen. Inspect the gasket (59h) and replace as required.

5. Ensure the pipe plug (59k) is screwed into the strainer plug (59j). Install the strainer plug with the screen (59g) and gasket (59h) in place and tighten.

Do not overtighten. Let the gasket make the seal.

6. Open the fluid inlet valve, ensure that there are no leaks, and wipe the equipment clean. Proceed with operation.

59d

59g*

59h

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Grease Cup Maintenance

Frequency of greasing intervals are dependent on material being pumped. As a basic schedule, lubricate the pump with grease after 250 gallons of material (five drums of fifty five gallon pails) has passed through pump.

If the grease has become hardened, remove the hard ened materials or grease. Shorten the intervals between greasing the pump.

If the grease remains clear and free of material , inter vals between greasing the pump can be increased.

To Grease the Pump:

1. Locate the grease fitting (A) mounted to the pump bracket near the pump that is being greased.

2. Attach grease gun to the grease fitting. Pump new grease into the pump until fresh grease is observed discharging from grease relief tube (B) into the grease reservoir bottle (C).

3. Repeat for other pump. See F IG . 19.

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B

C

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Before performing any troubleshooting procedure:

1. Perform

Pressure Relief Procedure on page 51.

2. Turn main power OFF.

3. Allow equipment to cool.

Try the recommended solutions in the order given for each problem, to avoid unnecessary repairs. Also, determine that all circuit breakers, switches, and con trols are properly set and wiring is correct before assuming there is a problem.

Light Tower (Optional)

Signal Description

Green on only System is powered up and there are no error conditions present

Yellow on

Red flashing

Red on

An advisory exists

A deviation exists

The system is shut down due to an alarm occurring.

Errors include advisories, deviations, or alarms, so green will only be on when none of these occur. A yel low light can be on at the same time as red (flashing or solid on) when an advisory exists at the same time as a deviation or alarm.

Common Problems

Problem

General

Display Module completely dark

No or incorrect amount of material dispensed from either side

Control of primary heat is abnormal; high temperature overshoots

Cause

No Power

Thrown Breaker

Loose Connection

Bad Display Module

Ball Valve closed (if Installed)

Tank Empty

Tank Clogged

Air In Material

Significant material leaking from pump seal

Material dispensed not cor rect weight

Pump shaft worn and/or shaft seal worn

Specific gravity of one or more of the two materials has changed since cali bration

Check valve malfunction

Piston worn or broken

A (Red) and B (Blue) Primary Heaters

Dirty RTD connection

RTD not contacting heater element

Failed heater element

Signal failure from RTD

RTD wired incorrectly

Solution

Verify AC Power switch is ON

Check Machines Breakers and Reset

Tighten 5-pin cable on Advanced Display Module

Replace Advanced Display Module

Open tank ball valve.

Add fluid

Clean tank

Prime the machine

Remove pump shaft assembly and reinstall read pump rebuild kit

Run calibration

Remove check valve; clean or replace as necessary

Replace Piston

Unplug and re-plug RTD wires.

Loosen ferrule nut, push in RTD so tip contact heater element. Holding RTD tip against heater element, tighten ferrule nut 1/4 turn past tight.

Replace

Check connections

Check connections. Power up zones one at a time and verify that temperature for each zone rises.

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Problem

Hose Heat System

Hose heats but heats slower than usual or it does not reach temperature

Hose does not maintain tem perature while spraying

Hose temperature exceeds setpoint

Erratic hose temperature

-

Cause

Ambient temperature is too cold

FTS failed or not installed correctly

Low supply voltage

A and B setpoints too low

Ambient temperature is too cold

Flow too high

Hose was not fully preheated

Low supply voltage

A (Red) and/or B (Blue) primary heat ers are overheating material

Faulty RTD connections

Faulty RTD connection

FTS not installed correctly

-

Solution

Use auxiliary hose system.

Check FTS

Verify line voltage. Low line voltage significantly reduces power available to hose heat system, affect ing longer hose lengths.

Increase A (Red) and B (Blue) setpoints. Hose is designed to maintain temperature, not to increase it.

Increase A (Red) and B (Blue) setpoints to increase fluid temperature and keep it steady

Use smaller mix chamber. Decrease pressure.

Wait for hose to heat to correct temperature before spraying

Verify line voltage. Low line voltage significantly reduces power available to hose heat system, affect ing longer hose lengths.

Check primary heaters for either an RTD problem or a failed element attached to thermocouple

Verify that all FTS connections are snug and that pins of connectors are snug and that pins of connects are clean. Examine connection of thermocouples to long green plug on heater control board. Unplug and re-plug RTD wires, cleaning off any debris. Unplug and re-plug long green connector on heater control board.

Verify that all FTS connections are snug and that pins of connectors are clean. Examine connection of RTD to long green plug on heater control board. Unplug and re-plug RTD wires, cleaning off any debris.

Unplug and re-plug long green connector.

FTS should be installed close to end of hose in same environment as gun. Verify FTS installation.

Check FTS Hose does not heat

Hoses near system are warm, but hoses down stream are cold

FTS failed or is not contacting cor rectly

FTS not installed correctly

Temperature control alarm

Shorted connection or failed hose heating element

FTS should be installed close to end of hose in same environment as gun. Verify FTS installation.

See Appendix D - ADM Error Codes on page 95

With hose heat on and temperature setpoint above displayed hose zone temperature, verify voltage between connectors at each section of hose.

Voltage should drop incrementally for each section of hose further from the system. Use safety precautions when hose heat is turned on.

Proportioning System

Proportioning pump does not hold pressure when stalled

Pump piston or intake valve leaking 1. Observe gauges to determine which pump is losing pressure.

2. Determine in which direction the pump has stalled by observing which directional valve indi cator light is on.

3. Repair the valve.

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Problem

Material imbalance.

Erratic pump movement

Pump output low

Cause

Inadequate flow from pump; cavita tion

Pressure relief/circulation valve leak ing back to supply

Pump cavitation

Solution

Increase fluid supply to proportioning pump:

• Use 2:1 supply pump

• Use minimum 3/4 in. (19 mm) ID supply hose, as short as practical

Fluid is too thick. Consult your material supplier for the recommended fluid temperature to maintain a viscosity of 250 to 1500 centipoise.

Clean inlet strainer screen

Worn pump inlet valve ball/seat or gasket

Remove return line and determine if flow is present while in SPRAY mode

Feed pump pressure is too low. Adjust pressure to maintain 100 psi (0.7 MPa, 7 bar) minimum.

Open, clear; use hose with larger ID Obstructed fluid hose or gun; fluid hose ID too small

Worn piston valve or intake valve in displacement pump

Inadequate feed pump pressure

See pump manual

Check feed pump pressure and adjust to 100 psi (0.7

MPa, 7 bar) minimum.

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CS

CJ

CK

Troubleshooting

CR

CP

F IG . 20: ADM Component Identification - Rear

ADM Module Status LEDs (CN) Conditions

Module Status LED Signal

Green on

Yellow on

Red solid

Red flashing

Description

System is powered up.

Communication in progress.

ADM hardware failure.

Uploading software.

USB Module Status LEDs (CL) Conditions

Module Status LED Signal

Green flashing

Yellow on

Green/Yellow Flashing

Description

System is powered up.

Downloading information to USB

ADM is busy, USB cannot transfer information when in this mode

CN

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Motor Control Module

For MCM location, see reference MA in F IG . 2 on page 25.

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Diagnostic Information

Table 3: LED Status Signal

Module Status LED Signal

Green on

Yellow on

Red solid

Red flashing fast

Red flashing slow

Description

System is powered up.

Internal communication in progress.

MCM hardware failure. Replace MCM.

Uploading software.

Token error. Remove token and upload software token again.

F IG . 21: LED Signals

LED

Signals

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Acceptable Size and Duration of Power Line Voltage Fluctuations

The Motor Control Module is designed to withstand voltage fluctuations from the incoming power supply. If the incoming power supply goes outside of the tolera ble range, an over-voltage condition is flagged and the system shuts down in an alarm state. Excessive or repeated over-voltage may permanently damage hard ware. The chart below shows the permissible magni tude and duration of temporary over-voltage events.

Consult a qualified electrician if there are any concerns about the available power supply.

Maximum Permissible Transient Voltage Surges

* Constructed from ITIC 1996 curve, referenced by IEC 61000-2-4

1400

1200

1000

800

600

400

200

1200Vac, 1697Vdc

<--1 MW Max Surge Power

480Vac, 679Vdc

<--150 KW Max Surge Power

336Vac, 475Vdc

<--50 KW Max Surge Power

288Vac, 407Vdc

<--No Power Limit

264Vac, 373Vdc

0

0.000001 0.00001 0.0001 0.001 0.01

Time (seconds)

0.1 1 10

Troubleshooting

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Fluid Control Module

Diagnostic Information

Module Status LED Signal

Green on

Yellow

Red solid

Red flashing fast

Red flashing slow

Diagnosis

System is powered up

Internal communication in progress

FCM hardware failure. Replace FCM.

Uploading software

Token error. Remove token and upload software token again.

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Temperature Control Module

Diagnostic Information

Module Status LEDs

Signal

Green on

Yellow on

Red solid

Red flashing

Blue light off

(High Power

Module only)

Blue flashing

(High Power

Module only)

Description

Temperature control module is powered up.

Internal communication in prog ress.

Temperature control module fail ure. See Troubleshooting table.

Software is updating.

Temperature control module is off.

See Troubleshooting table.

Length of flashes indicates amount of power running through tempera ture control module.

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Signals

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Appendix A - ADM Icons Overview

Appendix A - ADM Icons Overview

Setup Screen Icons

Icon Description Icon

Enter Screen

Description

Erase All Counters on Page

Access Flowmeter Calibration Exit Screen

On Learn Mode Calibration screen:

Move pump

All other screens:

Begin Dispense

Stop Dispense

Abort Changing the Label

Select left direction

Select right direction

Valve Details

Selects all shots to be changed to the same user specific value

Pressure

Shot Number

Sequence Position

Flow

Time (Duration)

Tank Blanket Heater Backspace

Back to main calibration screen from learn mode calibration screen or

Back to system screen 2 from mix head operating details screen

Access Learn Mode Calibration screen

Run MCM Learn Mode

Proceed to next step in calibration procedure

On Main Calibration screen:

Calibrate Weight Dispense or Enter

Specific Gravity Information

On Flow Meter Calibration screen:

Use Dispensed Material Weight to

Calibrate Flow Meters. If pressed, icon will change and units are changed to volume units.

Erase Selected Item or Control Data

Primary Heater

Heated Hose

Chiller

Move Cursor to the Left

Move Cursor to the Right

Upper/Lower Case Letters

Positive / Negative

Read Programmed Blue Token

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Run Screen Icons

Icon Description

Select mode.

Open, Close Valve

With a mix head installed: Turns on machine in low pressure circulation.

Press a second time to turn off insti -

If Green:

Allowed to Dispense

If Red:

Not Allowed to Dispense

Stop Dispense

OR

Icon Description

Sets machine to low pressure

Sets machine to high pressure

Edit Operator Dispense Setting

Press to enter the Conditioning Con -

Turn on or off the highlighted zone.

Turn on or off all zones.

Erase a single batch

Erase all batch data points

Set system into Circulation for the

-

Current temperatures for chiller moni enabled.

Amount of material moved through pump (volume tracking)

Cycles

Turn ON Dynamic Mixer Motor

(Shown On)

Turn ON Dynamix Mixer Air

Nucleation (Shown Off)

Turn ON Disable Dynamic Mixer

Motor Spinning during dispense

(Shown with Function off)

Turn ON Disable Dynamic Mixer Air

Nucleation during dispense (Shown with Function off)

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Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Overview

Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Overview

The ADM will start in the Run screens at the “Home” screen. From the Run screens, press to access the Setup screens. If the Setup screens password is turned on, use the ADM keypad to enter the password then press .

From the Setup screens, press to access the Run

screens. For Run screens information, see Appendix C

- ADM Run Screens Overview on page 89. F

IG . 24 shows the flow of the Setup screens.

Shot #1

Shot #2

Sequences #1

Sequences #2

Shot #...

Sequences #...

Calibration System #1

System #2

System #3

Maintenance Supply Conditioning #1

Conditioning #2

Conditioning #3

Advanced #1

Advanced #2

Advanced #...

F IG . 24: Setup Screens Navigation Diagram

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Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Overview

Shots Screen

This screen allows the user to edit shot definitions. The contents of this screen change based on the Dispense and Control Mode selections. Shots may be defined by pressure or flow rate depending upon the Control Mode selection and by time (duration), volume, or weight depending upon the Dispense Mode selection. See

System Screen #1 for Control and Dispense Mode options. See Home Screen, Shot Mode on page 90 for information on how to use predefined shots.

NOTE: 100 shot definition are available across ten pages.

To edit a shot definition:

1. Press then use the arrow keys to navigate to the desired value.

Due to variation in material properties, the for each defined shot.

Δ column gives the ability to adjust the shot time/volume/weight

NOTE: If the

Δ

Δ

column.

column is used, it is recommended that a minimum of 5 shots are dispensed, measured and averaged for each dispense before entering a value for the

Time Based Example:

A 75 cc/s shot is defined to dispense for 2 seconds.

2. Type the new value then press to accept the new value.

3. If desired, press to quickly enter the same value for the rate and time/volume/weight.

4. Repeat step 2 as required.

1. Dispense 5 shots into 5 separate containers.

2. Measure the dispensed amount and record the data.

Shot

1

2

3

4

5

Example 1

Dispensed Volume

(cc)

146.2

146.4

145.6

145.8

146.0

3. Calculate the average of the 5 shots.

Example 1 = 146cc

Example 2 = 156cc

Example 2

Dispensed Volume

(cc)

156.2

156.4

155.6

155.8

156.0

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4. Use the following formula to calculate the umn value.

Δ col -

((Flow Rate x Time) - Average Volume)

Flow Rate

Example 1:

((75cc/sec x 2sec) - 146cc)

75 cc/sec

= 0.053 sec

Example 2:

((75cc/sec x 2sec) - 156cc)

75 cc/sec

= -0.08 sec

5. Enter the calculated value in the Δ column.

Example 1:

Example 2:

Volume/Weight Based Example:

A 75 cc/s shot is defined to dispense for 75 cc.

1. Dispense 5 shots into 5 separate containers.

2. Measure the dispensed amount and record the data.

Shot

1

2

3

4

5

Example 3

Dispensed Volume

(cc)

72.2

72.4

72.6

72.8

72.5

3. Calculate the average of the 5 shots.

Example 3 = 72.5cc

4. Use the following formula to calculate the umn value.

Δ col -

(Requested Amount - Actual Amount)

Example 3:

(75cc - 72.5cc = 2.5cc)

NOTE: Depending on the dispensed volume average, the Δ value.

column may be either a positive or negative

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5. Enter the calculated value in the Δ column.

Example 3:

Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Overview

Sequences Screen

These screens allow the user to select a sequence of shot numbers or recipe numbers previously defined in the Shot screens. After a sequence is defined, the user can dispense the sequence starting from the first posi tion containing a shot number, and ending with the last position containing a non-zero number. The Sequence screens will only allow the user to select a shot number previously defined in the Shot screens. Shot numbers containing blank data will not be available for selection in a sequence. Blank positions (containing a 0) in sequence will be skipped by the HFR sequence logic.

For example, sequence “Y” in the screen shown below will dispense shot numbers 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and end with 16 if executed completely.

Dispense detail is shown as volume, time, or weight depending on which Dispense Mode is selected. See

System Screen 1 on page 75 for Dispense Mode options. See

Home Screen, Sequence Mode on page 91 for information on how to use predefined

sequences.

NOTE: 26 (A-Z) sequences with up to 20 positions each are available across 52 pages.

To edit a sequence:

1. Press the Enter screen button then use the arrow keys to navigate to the desired value.

2. Type the new value then press the Enter button to accept the new value.

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Appendix B - ADM Setup Screens Overview

Calibration Screen, Main

This screen shows calibration information for the sys tem and provides access to other calibration screens.

See

Calibrate HFR on page 49 for how to use the cali

bration screens to calibrate the machine.

The date next to each key represents the last time that calibration was performed.

The “Cal. Min” and “Cal. Max” values are the system recognized extreme ends of piston travel. See Calibra tion Screen, Learn Mode .

Calibration Screen, Learn Mode

This screen allows the user to calibrate piston position.

The piston can be moved to the left and right to obtain

the full range of motion. See Calibrate HFR on page 49

for how to use this screen to calibrate the machine.

Current position

Previously saved left position

Previously saved right position

Press to go to the Calibration Screen, Learn

Mode screen.

Press to erase the motor control database in the motor control module.

Press and then to move the pump all the way to the left.

Press and then to move the pump all the way to the right.

Press to return to the Calibration Screen, Main .

This saves the new left and right numbers.

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System Screen 1

NOTE: Not all of the following modes may be available depending on the dispense valve selected.

This screen allows the user to set important system set tings specific to what dispense applicator has been selected. Control Mode can be set to Pressure or Flow.

With Control Mode set to Pressure, the machine will adjust dispense flow rate in order to maintain the requested pressure. With Control Mode set to Flow, the machine will dispense at a continuous flow rate regard less of pressure fluctuations unless pressure alarm con ditions occur.

Dispense Mode can be set to Time, Volume, or Weight.

Dispense Mode controls how displayed amounts are measured. If Dispense Mode is set to Weight, then the machine dispenses until the desired weight of material

is dispensed. See Calibrate HFR on page 49 for more

information.

Pump sizes and inlet pressures must be entered on this screen.

If pump sizes and inlet pressures are not entered prop erly, system performance will be affected. The inlet pressure must be set to the maximum feed pressure that will be seen by that side of the machine.

The maximum working pressure for the machine is dis played on this screen. The maximum working pressure is dependent on the installed hoses and dispense valve.

The maximum working pressure is set to the lowest rated system component. If 2000 psi hoses are installed and the maximum working pressure displayed is not 2000 psi, see HFR repair/parts manual for instructions to set the maximum working pressure for hoses. If the installed dispense valve rating is below the maximum working pressure shown here, verify the cor rect dispense valve is selected on System Screen 2.

System Screen 2

This screen allows the user to set the Gel Timer proper ties and set which items are installed on the machine.

When enabling the Gel Timer, the user must select one of the 100 available shot definitions to use as the Gel

Shot. This shot will be dispensed when the Idle Period expires. The Idle Period will begin after a dispense is completed. Any dispense operation in the middle of the timer countdown will reset the Idle Period counter. The system will generate an audible alarm based upon the user Alarm setting. The alarm will sound the user-entered number of seconds before the Idle Period expires.

The hydraulic level sensor and hydraulic RTD for both the pump line and mix head must be marked as enabled when installed in the system. If the sensors are not marked as enabled, they will be ignored by the machine controls.

Select the dispense valve installed in the system. This selection is critical to ensure proper operation of the machine. When a mix head is selected, button will become active when the is pressed. When active, pressing this button will open a screen used to define the mix head operating parameters. See the Mix Head

Operating Details Screen on page 76.

Selecting the dispense valve will limit the system maxi mum working pressure to the maximum working pres sure of the dispense valve. See System Screen 1 on page 75.

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Post Dispense Shot Disable is a feature where the user can disable shot requests for zero to five seconds after the completion of a dispense. This feature is not appli cable for P2/Fusion Dispense Valves. This feature can not be active if the Pre Dispense Delay feature is active.

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Pre Dispense Delay is a feature where the HFR can delay the start of a dispense until the user has pressed and held the foot switch for the duration entered. For example, if the user enters a five second duration, the footswitch must be held on continuously for five sec onds before the HFR will start a dispense. This feature is not available for circulation systems or applicable for

P2/Fusion Dispense Valve applications. This feature can not be active if the Post Dispense Shot Disable fea ture is active.

Mix Head Operating Details Screen

This screen allows the user to define the mix head operating parameters.

• Low Pressure Circulation: The percentage of set point at which the system will run during low pres sure circulation.

• Pre-Dispense Circulation: The time for which the system will circulate at high pressure prior to dis pensing when the dispense command is triggered while the system is in low pressure circulation.

• Post-Dispense Circulation: The time duration that the system will remain in high pressure circulation after a dispense before dropping into low pressure circulation.

• Idle Position: Applies to an L-Head only. The posi tion of the clean out rod when the mix head is idle.

• Clean Out Open: Applies to an L-Head only. The amount of time the clean out rod will remain open immediately after the completion of a dispense.

• Clean Out Closed: Applies to an L-Head in a Nor mally Open configuration only. The amount of time the clean out rod will remain closed when it closes after the completion of a dispense (after the clean out open time delay).

• Anti-Seize Delay: Applies to an L-Head in a Nor mally Closed configuration only. After a shot occurs and the cleanout piston closes, the first anti-seize delay will count down then the cleanout piston will open and close to break loose from any curing material. The second anti-seize timer will then begin counting down and the cleanout piston will open and close again to break loose from any remaining curing material. If a shot occurs before both anti-seize timers elapse, the anti-seize timers restart.

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System Screen 3

This screen allows the user to edit the labels for the A

(Red) and B (Blue) sides of the machine. The labels set for the A (Red) and B (Blue) sides of the machine are displayed throughout the screens. Labels are limited to five characters.

To edit a label:

1. Press .

System Screen 4

This screen will become visible if a Dynamic Mixer

Voltex is online. The screen allows the user to change the settings of the dynamic mixer during a dispense operation.

To change a setting, press soft key, navigate to the corresponding control, and edit the control field accordingly.

2.

To edit the A (Red) label, press .

To edit the B (Blue) label, press the down arrow then press . The keyboard will appear on the

screen. See System Screen 4 on page 77.

3. Use arrow keys to select the desired letter and press to accept the letter. To erase all text, press the Eraser softkey. To go back one letter, press the Back Arrow softkey.

4. When finished entering the new label, press the button twice.

The pressure imbalance setting may be set from this screen. Pressure imbalance is the allowable difference in pressure between the two materials before an alarm is triggered. The input range is 250-2000 psi (2-14 MPa,

17-138 bar).

The flowmeter types are defined on this screen. The ratio deviation value is the allowable percentage before the machine displays a pop-up notification. The ratio alarm value is the allowable percentage difference before the machine will stop a dispense.

This screen allows the user to enter material specific gravities.

Pressure

Imbalance

Setting

The Air Nucleation fields (top of screen) apply when the function is turned ON by inserting a “X’ into the “Air

Nucleation ON” check box entry. If active, the user can select the ON time (when air is applied), off time (air valve is closed) and delay the start of air application at the start of the dispense. When the HFR is NOT dispensing, no air is applied to the dynamic mixer.

The bottom controls allow the user to set the motor speed and to enter a motor ramp up time to get to the motor speed setting, which also applies to the deceler ation time after a dispense. If the “Complete Ramp Up

Before Dispensing” is checked, the HFR will wait for the motor to complete its ramp time before the starting the dispense and opening the dispense valve.

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Keyboard Screen

This screen is used to edit the A (Red) and B (Blue) labels on the ADM. Use arrow keys to select the desired letter and press to accept the letter.

Maintenance Screen

This screen shows shot number, sequence position, dispense valve, and accumulator cycle counters. Press

and navigate to the drop down box. Press and scroll to a range of counters to view. Press again to select the range of counters and display them on the screen.

Counters may be erased individually. Navigate to the counter you want to erase and press . Alternatively, each counter displayed on the page may be erased simultaneously by pressing .

1. Use arrow keys to select the desired letter and press to accept the letter. To erase all text, press . To delete one letter, press . To move the cursor one letter to the left, press . To move the cursor one letter to the right, press .

To toggle the letters from upper/lower case, press

.

2. When finished entering the new label, press .

Flow Meter Calibration

Refer to the HFR Flow Meter Kits manual for instruc tions on how to calibrate the flow meters.

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Supply Screen

This screen allows the user to specify the operating parameters for off-board, integrated tanks and indicate which positions have level sensors installed. See the

Tank Feed Systems manual for information about

installing level sensors, see Related Manuals

on

page 3. The user may select from the following refill

settings: Disabled, Monitor, Manual, Auto Top-Off, Auto

Full-Volume.

NOTE: Use the “Disabled” setting if off-board tanks are not installed.

The following describes system operation when each tank mode is selected.

• Disabled

• Disables tank operation

• Monitor

• The top sensor generates a high level deviation and the bottom sensor generates a low level alarm

• Refill is not supported, no button is provided on the run screens to initiate refill

• Errors will clear when the corresponding condition clears

• Manual

• The low level sensor will generate a low level alarm

• A button is provided to the user on the run screens to instigate a manual refill operation at any time

• Manual refill will run until either the high level sensor sees material, the user aborts the refill via the refill button on the run screens, or the refill time-out expires

• The low level alarm will clear when the condition clears

• Auto Top-Off

• The low level sensor will generate a low level alarm

• When the high level sensor does not see material, automatic refill will begin and continue until either the high level sensor sees material or until the refill time-out expires

• The low level alarm will clear when the condition clears

• A button is provided to the user on the run screens to instigate an automatic refill operation at any time, this button can also be used to abort a refill operation

• Auto Full-Volume

• The low level sensor will initiate an automatic refill when it does not see material

• Automatic refill will continue until either the high level sensor sees material or until the refill time-out expires

• The low level alarm will clear when the condition clears

• A button is provided to the user on the run screens to instigate an automatic refill operation at any time, this button can also be used to abort a refill operation

• Report Red (or Blue) High level in bit 2:

• If active (checked), the HFR (or NVH) will report a full tank high level condition (top sensor detects material) as a 7, rather than 3 (bit 2 set rather than cleared) over the field bus automation interface.

Refill Setting

If a refill setting other than Disabled is selected, the user must set at least two level sensor locations as installed by checking the check box on the screen. If all three locations are set to installed, the system will default to the Auto-Top Off refill setting and operate as follows:

• The low level sensor will generate a low level alarm.

• The high level sensor will generate a high level devi ation and abort any automatic refill operation.

• When the middle sensor is not satisfied, automatic refill will begin and will run until either the middle sensor is satisfied, the high level sensor generates a deviation (if the middle sensor fails), or the refill time-out expires.

• The low level alarm and the high level deviation will clear when the condition clears.

• A button is provided to the user on the Run screens to instigate an automatic refill operation at any time.

This button can also be used to abort a refill opera tion.

Refill Timeout

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The refill time-out setting may be set by the user as a means to abort the refill in the case of a high level sen sor failure. When an automatic refill begins, the time-out counter will begin to count down. If the timer expires before the high level sensor is satisfied, the refill will abort.

Refill Sensor Type

The Low-Temp Sensor setting limits tank temperatures to 150°F (66°C). And the High-Temp Sensor setting lim its tank temperatures to 190°F (88°C).

NOTICE

If you are using low temperature sensors and select the High-Temp Sensor setting and set the temperature above 150°F (66°C), damage to the level sensors will occur.

Conditioning Screen 1

This screen allows the user to select which temperature conditioning components are installed in the system.

Check the box next to the component type for the appropriate side of the system to indicate that a com ponent is installed. A maximum of four components may be selected. A maximum of four components and two monitoring zones may be selected.

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Conditioning Screen 2

This screen shows the fluid path for the temperature conditioning components and temperature setpoints for each component.

NOTE: If tank blanket heaters or inline heaters are installed along with hose heat, the hose heat setting will be limited to at or below the inline or tank heat setting.

2. Press to display the setpoint and alarm values associated with that component.

NOTE: All components are shown installed for refer ence only. Only 4 components can be installed at one time.

To edit the temperature setpoint and alarms for a par ticular component:

1. Press then use the arrow keys to navigate to the component you wish to edit.

3. Edit the setpoint and alarm values and then press to return to Conditioning Screen 2 .

NOTE: The high alarm and low alarm values must be at least +/-9 ° F (5 ° C) than the material temperature value.

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Conditioning Screen 3

This screen allows the user to configure Night Mode operation. In Night Mode, the system will cycle on and off periodically or turn on at a preset time. Press and select periodic or time schemes.

When the system is in Night Mode and in an “On” cycle, the system will circulate in low pressure. The installed conditioning zones will be on and controlling to their respective setpoints. When the system is in Night Mode and in an “Off” cycle, the system will be idle. The system will not be circulating, and the conditioning zones will not be actively controlling temperature. When in Night Mode, supply tanks will not fill.

Time Based Night Mode Conditioning Screen

This screen allows the user to set a specific time each day to turn the machine on or off. The times can be set on or off by either each day separately, Monday through Friday where each day has the same on or off times, or Sunday through Saturday where each day has the same on or off times. The days can be selected by pressing the left or right arrow keys once entered into the screen.

To set the on/off machine times:

Night Mode is available for full recirculating systems

(L-Head, S-Head, and S-Head w/ Prox valve options), and systems with semi-automatic recirculating kits

installed (refer to Appendix H- Circulation on page 116

for recirculating kit details).

1. Press to enter the screen

2. Press left or right arrow keys to highlight the day selection column. Continue to press the left or right arrow keys to select the desired day, work week

(Monday thru Friday), or full week (Sunday thru Sat urday) duration.

3. Press the up or down arrow keys to select the desired hour to schedule the on or off machine times.

4. Press to enter the selected hour and select the desired time (15 minute increments) for either machine on or off to occur.

5. Press and select either on or off for the time duration selected.

Bar Color

Green

Red

Description

Machine is ON

Machine is OFF

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6. To erase times, repeat steps 1 thru 3 and press

once the desired time duration has been selected.

NOTE: If times are entered in the weekly schedule, indi vidual days can not be erased.

Cold Start Up Mode

Allows the user to select what mode the machine will enter once the cold start-up is complete. Selecting no change will leave the machine in either standby or night modes circulating at the set low pressure percentage

(feature only active on full recirculating systems).

Auto High Pressure

Changes the machine to high pressure circulation when the mode is changed from either standby or night modes (feature only active on full recirculating sys tems).

Calender Time Based Night Mode Conditioning

Screen

This screen shows a summary of Time Based Night

Mode on or off times that were set by the Time Based

Night Mode Conditioning Screen .

Advanced Screen 1

This screen allows the user to set the language, date format, current date, time, setup screens password, screen saver delay, and turn on or off silent mode.

• Language: Available languages are English, Span ish, French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Korean,

Russian, and Italian.

• Time: formatted in 24 hour time.

• Password: Enables the setup screens to be pass word protected. Entering “0000” disables the fea ture.

• Screen Saver: Enter the amount of time until the backlight turns off. Entering “0” leave it constantly on.

• Silent Mode: Check this box to turn off the buzzer for key presses.

Advanced Screen 2

This screen allows the user to set the units of measure.

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Advanced Screen 3

This screen allows the user to control the availability of some key system features.

• Disable Dispensing From Display: Check this box to disable dispensing from the ADM. A footswitch, dispense valve trigger, or other external signal will be the only way to initiate a dispense.

• Disable Modifying Temp Setpoint: Check this box to disable modifying temperature setpoints from the Run screens. This is only applicable if tempera ture control items are installed and enabled.

• Disable Operator Mode Adjustments: When this box is checked, the user will not be able to adjust the dispense rate in Operator Mode.

• Temperature Alarm Disables Dispense: When this box is checked, and temperature zones are enabled, the HFR will not dispense until the mate rial temperature reaches the set temperatures of the zones. The HFR will also generate a warning advisory if the user dispenses with a heat zone off while this feature is on.

• 2x Trigger for Dispense: When this box is checked, the dispense valve trigger handle or footswitch assembly will require the user to tap the switch twice before the HFR will acknowledge the dispense request (Shot and Sequence Modes

Only). Likewise, the same double tap sequence will require the user to cancel an active dispense using the switch device. The described double tap does not apply when requesting a dispense from the

ADM.

• Dispense from Home Position: Only applicable for full circulation type systems in Shot or

Sequence Modes. If the machine is active, wait until the HFR reaches a certain position on the pump going a given direction before starting a dis pense after a request is issued. This configuration typically provides the most consistent material amounts, but will provide inconsistent dispense delays after a dispense request is issued.

• Operator Mode Cavitation Alarm: Check this box to enable cavitation alarms in Operator Mode. Clear this box to disable cavitation alarms in Operator

Mode.

• Micro Motion Enabled: If checked (default is NOT checked), the HFR will be capable of producing low flows down to 0.16 cycles/minute, from the default low rate of 3 cycles/minute.

NOTE: If the HFR is in pressure mode, the selection is not relevant.

If the resultant low flow selection produces HFR motor speeds less than 100 RPM or results in motor stator currents less than 1.0 Amps RMS, the selected flow may become unstable (as displayed on the Diagnostic Run Screen to the left of the home run screen, during a dispense). If this situa tion is present, more material restriction or a higher flow selection may be required. The motor speed can be monitored on the Diagnostic Run screen, which must be enabled or turned ON by checking the “Enable Diagnostic Screen” option on the

Advanced #4 setup screen.

• Complete Dispense with Setpoint Error: When this box is checked, the shot will continue dispens ing even if the system never reaches the desired setpoint (flow or pressure).

• Disable Setpoint Not Reached Error: Checking or enabling this option will turn off the generation of

“Set point Not Reached” deviations, which may occur if the flow rate entered for the machine is a low value.

Advanced Screen 4

• Limit Rate on Stall to Pressure: Check this box to allow the HFR to increase to stalling pressure at a slower, more controlled rate.

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• Enable Diagnostic Screen: Check this box to enable the optional ADM screens, enabling USB log downloading, and erasing USB logs. For more

information about USB operation, see Appendix F

-USB Operation on page 109. For more informa

tion about the optional screens, see Diagnostic screen on page 94.

• Low Material Disables Dispense: When this box is checked, the current dispense will terminate and prevent additional dispenses when the supply sys tem indicates a low level.

• Red Tank Leak detect On and Blue Tank leak

Detect On: These controls will become enabled

(icons not grey) if the corresponding tank system is online. If the function is enabled by an “X” in the check box, the tank stand logic will generate a leak error if more than two automatic fill operations occur, and no dispenses have occurred during that time.

• Use ADM to Program Token: If the function is enabled by an “X” in the check box, the user will be able to updated the system software by using the

ADM to program a token, as described in the Pro gramming Tokens/Updating System Software page 55.

Advanced Screen 5

Advanced Screen 6

As indicated in the HFR setup Advanced #6 screen, additional circulation related features are available.

Some of these check box options will be disabled if the

HFR is a full circulation type system (GX16, GX16 w/

Prox, L-Head). Refer to the Manual and Semi-Auto -

matic Circulation section, page 116, for more details.

Numbers shown are for reference only and may be different on your system.

This screen displays software information.

• HFR Circulation Valves Installed - Activate this feature if the Semi-Automatic Circulation Kits are installed. If checked, the hydraulic level sensor option provided on Setup System Screen #2 will not be available. Do NOT check this box if air driven circulation valves are not installed (default).

• Auto Pressurize After Circulation - If turned ON, the HFR will automatically stall to the last dispense pressure monitored after commanded out of circu lation mode (“ ” key off). This will enable the next dispense out of the dispense valve to start at the correct dispense pressure. Since P2/Fusion DV type HFR will stall to pressure by pressing the green dispense key, this option is disabled if the dispense valve option is selected.

• Maximum Circulation Pressure - The user can configure the system to generate a warning (devia tion) if any of the two pump pressures exceed the entered amount while in circulation. If excessive pressure exists, a “High Circulation Pressure” devi ation will be generated and logged for the user. If this feature is NOT desired, enter a large pressure value.

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• Tap to High Pressure Recirculation - This feature, if checked (default is NOT checked), will command the HFR to interpret a footswitch tap as a go to high pressure recirculation mode, but will NOT dispense material (same as pressing the “ ” key on the main run screen). This feature only applies to full recirculation systems (S-Head, S-Head with Prox, and L-Head dispense valve options), and is dis abled if the system is NOT a full recirculation sys tem.

• Auto Circulate Between Dispenses - This feature is only available if the HFR Recirculation Valves

Installed option is checked, the system is NOT a full recirculation system, and the system does NOT have a manually controlled dispense valve

(Fusion/P2 option). If this feature is checked, the system will automatically start recirculating the material between active dispenses out of the dis pense valve. This function is typically used to con dition the material between dispenses and can be used with the HFR footswitch input. If the footswitch is active (pressed), the machine will dis pense material. To terminate the recirculation pro cess and prevent the start of a dispense, press the

“ ” key on the main run screen.

• Controlling/Stall Pump - Use this feature to select the controlling pump (constant pressure mode) or stall pump (at the end of constant flow or constant pressure, non-circulation dispense). Four selec tions are available; “Auto” (default configuration, where the logic will select the larger pump, or the blue pump if both pump sizes are equal), “Red,”

“Blue” or the “Higher Pressure” pump. If the

“Higher Pressure” option is selected, the logic will control to the pump with has higher pressure if the difference between pressures exceeds approxi mately 2.5 bar. This control is disabled for full circu lation systems since it is not relevant.

• Maximum DV Response - This allows the user to determine the maximum response time for opening and closing the dispense valve at the start and end of a stall to pressure type dispense. This control is disabled for full circulation and manually controlled dispense valve applications (S-Head, S-Head with

Prox, L-Head & P2/Fusion DV options). Values from

0 to 330 milliseconds are permitted. If the response time for a particular valve is very slow, enter a larger number. If performing short, rapid fire or bead type dispenses, enter a small number and mount the dispense valve solenoid next to the valve and install short pneumatic lines to the valve. A default value of 125 milliseconds will be used if no value is entered.

• Minimum Stall to Pressure % - This allows the user to determine the pressure set point at the end of a stall to pressure dispense. For example, if the system is dispensing at 50 g/s and the logic mea sures 70 bar at the requested flow, an entry of 50% will command the logic to stall at 35 bar when the dispense is complete (70 bar x 0.5 = 35 bar). A default percentage of 97 is selected if the entry is not modified by the user.

• Pressurize Before Opening DV: This option will be available if the “Auto Circulate Between Dispenses” feature is enabled. This option is designed to adjust the material pressures to the correct values to ensure mixing at the dispense start is optimal. If this option is enabled, the HFR will pressurize the lines before opening the dispense valve (DV) during an Auto Circulate to dispense transition, based on the settings entered in the “Maximum Pressurize

Time” and “Minimum Stall to Pressure” entries.

For example, if a dispense at 50 cc/second pro duces a pressure of 100 bar on the selected “Con trolling/ Stall Pump”, the dispense valve will open when either the pump reaches 86 bar (86 % of 100 bar = 86 bar) or 3000 milliseconds of charging time is reached.

• Maximum Pressurize Time: This option will be available if the “Pressurize Before Opening DV” fea ture is enabled. This option setting will dictate the maximum amount of pressure charge time the con trol is allowed prior to opening the dispense valve during the circulation to dispense transition.

Advanced Screen 7

The HFR setup Advanced #7 screen contains the fol lowing control options:

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• Disable Pressure Imbalance Alarms – Checking this option will disable the generation of pressure imbalance alarms resulting from an excessive pres sure difference between the HFR Blue and Red pumps. This control is intended to make the initial installation of the HFR easier, and is typically not intended to be “checked” when the machine is used for production. This is especially true for impingement type dispense valve options (GX-16,

GX-16 with Prox, L-Head) where excessive pres sure differences can cause problems within the dis pense valve.

• Control Dispense Ready Light – Checking this option will reassign the I/O originally used to sense an optional hydraulic tank low level sensor to an output for driving a ready lamp. Typically a ready lamp (LED) is installed in the handle of a dispense valve.

When this function is checked or turned ON, the ready lamp will be in one of the following states: a.

Not Ready (Dark or OFF) - This will occur when not in a dispense mode (disable or night modes), the user is on a setup screen when idle, an alarm is active, the system is in low pressure recirculation mode or not moving (full recirculation type systems only), the system is performing a manual or semi-automatic recir culation operation (Auto Circulate Between Dis penses is OFF), or when the stall to pressure logic is OFF (Fusion/P2 dispense valve type systems only).

b.

Ready (LED is flashing at a rate of 4 hertz) -

This will occur when all conditions outlined in the previous state are NOT true, the system is idle (or in high pressure recirculation mode if using a full recirculation system), and when the system is NOT dispensing.

c.

Dispensing (LED is ON) - This will occur when the system is actively dispensing material out of the valve, or when recirculating material through a manual or semi-automatic recircula tion kit.

• Light Tower Options - If using the light tower option for the HFR, the user must select the correct light tower option used with their system. The Stan dard 3 Light and Custom Clear Lens options are currently available using the drop-down selection.

• Blue Token Reader – This feature is represented by the blue token graphic shown next to the bottom left softkey graphic ( ). To enable this function, first enter the screen by pressing the top left soft key ( ). Once entered into the screen, the bottom left soft key will be enabled

( ), which allows the user to trigger a token read ing.

Insert the programmed blue token into the token reader slot on the bottom right hand side of the

ADM module, then press the key to trigger a new token read. After a token read is complete, the screen will provide the token data file part number and description.

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If the data on the token is not recognizable or the token is blank, the screen will display a message reading “Token Data NOT Recognized.” If another token needs read, insert the next token and drigger a read by pressing the key.

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Appendix C - ADM Run Screens Overview

Run screens are divided into five major sections: status, errors, events, and maintenance. The following diagram demonstrates the flow of the Run screens beginning with the Home screen.

Home Status Errors #1

Errors #2

Errors #...

Events #1

Events #2

Events #...

Maintenance

F IG . 25: Run Screens Navigation Diagram

Home Screen

The Home screen is the first screen that displays in the

Run screens. It shows the current fluid pressure on the

A (Red) and B (Blue) fluid outlets of the pump and if there are any active errors. If tanks are installed in the system, the fill level is shown on each tank. The ratio is also displayed as either Red:1 or Blue:1 depending on which display has been setup.

To select an operating mode, press the Select Mode button repeatedly until the desired mode is shown then press the Enter button to select the mode.

Alternately, press the Select Mode button and use the up and down arrow keys until the desired mode is shown, then press the Enter button to select the mode. The available operating modes are operator, sequence, shot, standby, night, and disabled.

Home Screen, Disabled Mode

When this mode is selected, the machine will not be able to dispense or condition (heat/cool) material. The setup screens cannot be accessed while in Disabled mode. Use the Select mode button to exit Disabled mode.

* Supply tanks shown for reference only. Your sys tem may not include supply tanks.

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Home Screen, Standby Mode

In Standby Mode, you can enable heating, park the pumps, refill the tanks, and circulate materials.

NOTE: The following screen is for a full circulation type

HFR system (GX16, GX16 w/ Prox, L-Head).

Press to perform a park operation with the dis pense valve closed.

-

Press to open or close the dispense valve when the HFR is idle.

Home Screen, Shot Mode

This mode allows the user to select one of 100 pre for information about editing shot definitions.

To use a predefined shot:

1. Enter shot mode.

2. Press and use the numeric keypad to enter the desired shot number.

3. Press to select the shot number.

Press to change operating modes.

Press to move the pumps all the way to the left and turns the hydraulic power pack off.

4. Press to initiate a dispense. The system will go to high pressure mode and dispense a shot after the pre-dispense timer, see Mix Head Operating

Details Screen on page 76, expires.

Press or to initiate a tank refill. If a tank is fill tion.

Press to stop or start the hydraulic power pack and run the start-up process.

NOTE: The following screen is for all other HFR sys tems and is not present in full circulation HFR systems.

Target Flow

Target recipe time

Ratio

90

5. Press to switch between low and high pressure

6. During a dispense, press to abort the dispense.

7. See Home Screen, Standby Mode on page 90 for

other button functions.

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Home Screen, Sequence Mode

This mode allows the user to select one of five sequences (A-E). The progress bar on the bottom of the screen shows the progress of a shot dispensing from

the selected sequence. See Sequences Screen on page 73 for information about editing sequence defini

tions.

To use a predefined sequence:

1. Enter Sequence Mode.

2. Press the sequence letter/position selection button.

3. Use the left and right arrows to toggle between let ter and position selection. When selecting a sequence letter (A-E), use the up and down arrow keys to scroll through the available letters. When selecting a sequence position, type in the desired position with the numeric keypad. The system will reject invalid letter/position selections.

Home Screen, Operator Mode

This mode allows users to set a pressure or flow rate to dispense material without using predefined shot infor mation. Pressure or flow rate availability is dependent on the Control Mode selection, see System Screen 2 on page 75.

1. To edit the flow rate, press . The value to change will now be highlighted. Type the new value then press to accept it.

Ratio

Operator

Setting

4. Press to accept the sequence letter/position.

5. Press the Dispense button to begin dispensing.

A (Red) resetta ble material counter

B (Blue) reset table material counter

Total of resetta ble material counters

Target

Flow/Pressure

Ratio

Target dispense amount

(time/volume/weight depending on Dispense Mode)

6. Press to skip to the next sequence position.

7. Press to abort the sequence.

8. See Home Screen, Shot Mode on page 90 for other button functions.

2. Press to initiate a dispense. The system will go to high pressure mode and dispense a shot after the pre-dispense timer, see Mix Head Operating

Details Screen on page 76, expires. Press the to stop the dispense.

NOTE: There is a three second delay after a dispense before another dispense can be initiated.

3. If an external trigger is used, press an hold the trig ger to initiate a dispense. Release the trigger to stop the dispense.

4. See Home Screen, Shot Mode on page 90 for other button functions.

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Home Screen, Night Mode

In Night Mode, the system will cycle on and off periodically. The circulation on/off cycle begins automatically upon entering Night Mode. See

Conditioning Screen 3 on page 82.

Status Screen

The status screen provides all of the operational func tionality of the Home screen except for operating mode selection. Refer to the Home screen and operating mode descriptions for information on this functionality.

In addition to the functionality provided by the Home screen, the Status screen also provides material condi tioning information and control.

Status Screen, Conditioning Control

This screen allows users to turn on and off heat zones individually or all at once. When a zone is on it is actively controlling temperature. Refer to the table below for color code definitions.

Zone

Setting

OFF

ON

Color

Black

Grey

Yellow

Green

Definition

Dispense Disabled

Dispense Allowed

Dispense Disabled

Dispense Allowed

To turn a single zone on/off:

1. Press to enter the Conditioning Control screen.

2. Use the arrows keys to navigate to the desired zone.

3. Press to turn the selected zone on. When a zone is on, the button will be selected. Press the button again to turn the zone off.

To turn all zones on/off:

1. Press to enter the Conditioning Control screen.

2. Press the to turn on all zones. When one or more zones are on, the button will be selected.

Press the button again to turn all zones off.

No setpoint box will be displayed if selected as monitor zone.

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All zones shown for reference. Only four zones may be active at one time.

No setpoint box will be displayed if selected as mon itor zone.

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Appendix C - ADM Run Screens Overview

Mixer Run Screen (Voltex Option Only):

If the HFR detects the existence of a Voltex Dynamic

Mixer option, the following run screen will be available to the right of the main home screen.

Refer to the Troubleshooting section on page 60 for a

detailed description of all of the system errors.

This screen enables the user to turn the mixer motor or

Air Nucleation On or Off without executing a dispense.

To turn On or Off the dynamic mixer motor, press the

“ ” key shown (shown ON in the image). To turn the

Air Nucleation , press the On or Off key (shown Off in the image).

The screen also provides the capacity to disable the mixer motor or Air nucleation during a dispense. To disable the mixer during dispense, press the key

(shown enabled on the screen image). To disable

Nucleation during dispenses, press the key (shown enabled on the screen image).If the mixer motor is disabled for dispensing, an “ECD0-R: Mixer Motor

Disabled for Dispense” event will be recorded on the

USB logs and the event run screen. Likewise, if nucleation is disabled during a dispense, a “ECF0-R:

Mixer Air OFF for Dispense” event will be recorded in the logs and run screen.

Events Screens

This screen shows users a list of events that have occurred in the system. Each event includes a descrip tion and event code along with a date and time stamp.

There are 20 pages, each holding 10 events. The 200 most recent events are shown.

Refer to the Troubleshooting section on page 60 for a

detailed description of all of the system events.

Errors Screens

This screen shows users a list of errors that have occurred in the system. Each error entry includes a description and error code along with a date and time stamp. There are 5 pages, each holding 10 errors. The

50 most recent errors are shown.

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Appendix C - ADM Run Screens Overview

Maintenance Screen 1

This screen displays historical information for each pump in the system. The Batch counters are resettable and count both material usage and pump cycles. The

Total counters are not resettable by the user. They also count both material usage and pump cycles. For mate rial usage counters, units are displayed next to the vol ume/weight indicator icons.

To erase a batch counter, press the Enter Screen but ton and navigate to the field to be erased. Press the

Erase Single button to erase that data point. Alterna tively, the Erase All button may be pressed to erase all of the batch data points simultaneously.

NOTE: In a circulation system, the pumpline must be stopped to erase counters.

Optional Screens

The optional Diagnostic screen can be enabled in the

Advanced Screen 4 screen, see page 84.

Diagnostic

The Diagnostic screen shows status information for various system components.

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

Error

Type Cause Solution

Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

An over current was detected on the output

Alarm

Bad heaters Measure resistance of heater

A4H3

Mix Head

Motor

Overload

High current has been detected on a phase and has been shutdown to prevent damage

Excessive Current to AC

Power Pack Motor.

Too much current is being drawn from the wall

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

A hardware current fault has occurred causing a system shutdown

Alarm

High voltage

Shorted Temperature

Control Module

Bad internal wiring of the motor

Short circuit of motor wiring

Short circuit within AC

Power Pack Motor.

Measure voltage across the disconnect switch.

Voltage should measure between 190 and 264 Vac.

If temperature rises for a zone that has been disabled, replace Temperature Control Module

Replace motor

Check wiring to the motor to ensure no bare wires are touching and that no wires are shorted to ground

Replace motor.

Low voltage from the wall during load

Short circuit of motor wiring

Motor rotor has become locked

Make sure the supply line is properly sized for the load and is above the minimum voltage requirements

Check wiring to the motor to ensure no bare wires are touching and that no wires are shorted to ground

Unplug the directional valve (so pressure will not build) and try to move the motor again. If this succeeds then the power pack may need to be replaced. If the motor is still unable to move, the bearings or hydraulic pump have likely failed in the motor and will need to be replaced.

Unexpected current to heater/chiller

Alarm

Shorted Temperature

Control Module

If temperature rises for a zone that has been disabled, replace Temperature Control Module

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

A8A6

A8B5

No Red

Blanket

Current

No Blue

Blanket

Current

Error

Type Cause Solution

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

No current to the conditioning zone

Alarm

A8B7

A8B8

B9C0

No Red

Chiller

Current

No Blue

Chiller

Current

B9C1

Small Shot

Request

Low power

Cable unplugged/loose power

Measure voltage across input terminals on power line filter. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264

Vac

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Bad heater(s) Measure resistance of heater(s)

A software error has occurred commanding too much current

The requested dispense amount is below the minimum amount of the system (25% of the combined pump volumes is the minimum)

The requested dispense

Alarm

Deviation

Bad Motor Control

Module code

Check for MCM software update, load latest MCM software, if problem persists contact Graco

Pumps are defined with the wrong size

Requested shot is below the capabilities of the current pump setup

On the ADM go into the Setup screens to the System screens then make sure that the pump sizes are defined correctly

If the user has to be able to take the shot the system must be fitted with smaller pumps amount (time/volume/weight) is below the minimum amount of the system

Short shot size Increase the time/volume/weight of the shot

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Error

Code Error Name Error Description

Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Type Cause Solution

Module missing power Check power supply connection

Module not programmed Program the module

Communication error Alarm

Module bad Replace module

CAC9

Ratio Monitor

Comm. Error

Small

Dispense Kit

CACR

DGM

Comm. Error

Remote

Pendant

CUCN

Gateway

Heartbeat

Error

Voltex Mixer Module is Off line

(HFR Only)

Alarm

CAN cable to Voltex

FCM3 is disconnected.

Reconnect, ensure cable. Verify proper LED indications on Voltex FCM3.

Heartbeat Error Alarm

FCM3 failure.

PLC is not maintaining heartbeat

Module missing power Check power supply connection

Module not programmed Program the module

Module Bad

Material restriction too

Ensure PLC is triggering the heartbeat

Replace module high for requested flow Reduce flow request

The set point was not reached and the pump was shutdown Deviation

The maximum cycles per minute of the pump has been exceeded

The set point was not reached Deviation

Pump cannot reach the requested pressure

Pump cannot reach the requested flow

Increase the restriction or lower the set point

Increase restriction in the system

Decrease restriction in the system

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

F1A0 Low Flow

F2A0

F3B0

Red

F1B0 Low Flow

F2B0 Blue

F4A0 High Flow

F3A0 Red

F4B0 High Flow

Blue

The set point was exceeded Deviation

The linear position sensor is returning data that should not be possible during normal operation

Alarm

When the pump tried to stall to pressure the pump traveled more than it should in normal operation (only applies to dead-headed system)

Error

Type

Deviation

Cause

System underwent a change that caused a large drop in restriction

(such as new orifices)

Solution

Erase learned System Data, found in the setup screens under calibration

No material in pumps

Make sure the material lines are open and have proper feed pressure

Recalibrate the machine Rerun the learn mode calibration This calibration lets the MCM know where the ends of the pump are. If the data gathered during this process is outside of normal parameters the machine will operate with a greatly reduced stroke.

Deviation

Cavitation was detected on the given pump

Soft Stop on AC Power Pack has been pressed.

The pump failed to reach the park position

Deviation

Alarm

Deviation

Flow Meter has caused a fault Deviation

The type or size of the Red or

Blue material pumps have not been defined

Flow is below the defined low limit

Flow is above the defined low limit

Alarm

Alarm

Deviation

Alarm

Deviation

Alarm

Deviation

Alarm

Deviation

Bad linear position sensor

Loose/bad connection to linear position sensor

Bad linear position sensor

Linear position sensor may be loose where attached to pump housing

Insufficient material being supplied or insufficient material pressure on feed system

Debris or packout in the incoming fluid filter

User has pressed the

Red Soft Stop Button on

AC Power Pack.

Orifices blocked

Hose blocked

Dispense valve failed to open

Cogs in flow meter are not turning

Cable unplugged/loose power

Properly setup the system

Cogs in flow meter are not turning

Cable unplugged/loose power

Check to ensure the linear position sensor is properly installed and all wires are properly connected

Replace linear position sensor

Re-tighten the sensor and re-calibrate the machine

Verify that incoming ball valves are open

Verify that feed pumps are supplying material

Inspect filter for debris of filler packout and clean or replace as necessary

Pull out Soft Stop button.

Clear blockage

Clear or replace hose as necessary

Check to make sure the dispense valve is properly configured and connected to the MCM

Check that flow meter is matched to nominal pump output check of loose or disconnected wires or plugs

On the ADM go into the setup screens -> System-> then make sure that the pump type and size are set

(not --)

Check that flow meter is matched to nominal pump output

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Cogs in flow meter are turning rapidly

Verify pump moves to limits, if problem persists replace linear position sensor

Check that flow meter is matched to nominal pump output

Failure of the dispense valve

Material leak

Out of material

Ensure the valve has a proper air supply and seals properly. If not, service the valve as necessary.

Visually inspect the machine and hoses for sign of leakage. NOTE: This error will display after 2 full piston strokes so the leak will be substantial.

Fill tanks

Tanks low on material Fill tanks with material

Low material level in tanks Deviation Loose/broken connection

Bad level sensor

If the tanks appear to have plenty of material check to make sure the level sensor is connected to the proper port and that the cord is not damaged

Replace level sensor

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Error

Code Error Name Error Description

Error

Type Cause Solution

If the tanks appear to have plenty of material check to make sure the level sensor is connected to the proper port and that the cord is not damaged

Refill Timeout The tank stand has been filing for a time greater than expected

Deviation

No material is actually being fed

Loose level sensor connection

Bad level sensor

L9AX

Red Tank

Leak

Detected

L9BX Blue Tank

L8A1

Leak

Detected

Red Tank

Sensor

DR6B

Failure

Blue Tank

Sensor

Failure

Possible Leak in Red Tank detected

Possible Leak in Blue Tank detected

A level sensor had ceased working

Deviation

Deviation Bad level sensor

MBH1 Low Oil Level

MBH3

Low Mix

Head Oil

Level

The volume of oil in the tank is below the minimum level needed for the system to properly operate

Oil level in AC Power Pack too low.

The motor magnetism has decreased to the point where performance is greatly reduced

USB log has reached the maximum entries

Alarm

Alarm

Make sure the feed pumps are operating properly

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Replace level sensor

Replace level sensor

Low oil level

Loose/bad connection

Bad level sensor

Leak in hydraulic driver

Leak in the hydraulic reservoir, heat exchanger

Level Sensor bad.

Function turned ON without sensor installed.

Check oil level and if low add more hydraulic fluid

Check to ensure the hydraulic oil level sensor is properly connected to the MCM and that the wire has not been damaged

Replace sensor

Inspect hydraulic driver end seals and early leak detection tubing. Replace seals as necessary and replace lost oil.

Inspect the hydraulic reservoir fittings and filter for leaks. Repair or replace as necessary and replace lost oil.

Add oil.

If error persists and performance can no longer satisfy the user requirements the motor will need to be replaced

Download USB logs to a memory stick

Uncheck the Enable USB errors on Advanced screen

4

N1D0

N2D0

N3D0

N4D0

Material

Dispense

Below Alarm Material dispense is below the

Dispense

Below

Deviation defined limit

Material

Dispense

Above

Deviation

Material

Dispense

Above Alarm

Material dispense is above the defined limit

Alarm

Deviation

Deviation

Alarm

Cogs in flow meter are not turning

Cable unplugged/loose power

Check that flow meter is matched to nominal pump output check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

P1H3

Low

Accumulator

Pressure

The MCM attempted to move the pump but no movement was detected

AC Power Pack pressure too low, or failed to reach desired pressure.

Pressure has risen to an unsafe level due to thermal expansion of materials. All conditioning zones have automatically been turned off.

Error

Type

Deviation

Alarm

Cause

Motor failure

Hydraulic power pack failure

Loose/bad connection to the linear position sensor

Solution

Visually check to ensure the pump is moving, if not ensure the motor is wired properly

If motor is moving but pump is not and pressure is not building they hydraulic power pack may need servicing

Check to ensure the linear position sensor is properly connected to the MCM and the wiring has not be damaged

Failure of the linear position sensor

Motor no longer coupled to hydraulic pump

Supply tube from hydraulic pump to manifold is loose or broken

Broken motor shaft

Replace the linear position sensor

Reset coupler per specifications and retighten set screws

Retighten or replace supply tube

Over-pressure valve dumping to tank

Accumulator Directional

Valve will not shift to charge position.

Deviation High pressure

Dispense valve failed to open

Bad dispense valve

Restriction in the material lines

Replace motor

Verify that no outside forces are stopping the pump from moving, then inspect over-pressure valve for damage or debris

Check control line to Directional Valve. Replace

Directional Valve.

Open the dispense valve manually or open the valves to bleed pressure

Check to make sure the dispense valve is properly configured and connected to the MCM

Replace dispense valve

Check to ensure there is no blockage

The material pump pressure exceeded the maximum operating pressure as defined in the setup screens

Alarm Invalid maximum pressure defined

Orifices blocked

Hose blocked

Dispense valve failed to open

Make sure the requested pressure is within the max operating pressure, which can be found on the setup screen System 1

Clear blockage

Clear blockage or replace hose as necessary

Check to make sure the dispense valve is properly configured and connected to the MCM

The pressure difference between the Red and Blue material is greater than the defined amount

Alarm

P4H3

High

Accumulator

Pressure

AC Power Pack pressure too high

Alarm

Pressure imbalance is defined too low

Orifice blocks closed off too much on one or both sides

Debris in the orifice block

Material fillers may have packed out in an orifice

On the ADM go into the setup screens -> System-> and ensure the pressure imbalance value is the maximum acceptable to prevent unnecessary alarms which will abort dispenses

Verify that one or both of the orifice blocks dispense when adjusted to the fully open position then adjust accordingly

Relieve system pressure then remove the orifice from the orifice block and inspect for debris in the cavity

Relieve system pressure and remove the orifice from the orifice block and inspect for pack out. Clean or replace as necessary.

Out of material Fill tanks with material

Feed system defective Replace defective item

Accumulator Directional

Valve stuck in charge position.

Check control line to Directional Valve. Replace

Directional Valve.

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Error

Code Error Name Error Description providing invalid/no pressure readings

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

P6H1 Power Pack

Pressure

Sensor Fault

There is a failure with the AC

Power pack pressure sensor Alarm

P9H1 Accumulator

Charges too

Frequently

The AC Power pack charges too often

Advisory

Cause Solution

Bad sensor

No material in pump

Pressure sensor become disconnected. Pressure sensor wiring became broken.

installed and all wires are properly connected

Replace pressure transducer

Fill tanks

The time between consecutive hydraulic pressure charges in AC power pack was too short

T1A6

T1B5

T1A3

T1B1

T1A2

T1B4

T1A7

T1B8

T20X

T30X

Alarm

Ratio monitor has detected an out of ratio condition

Deviation

Deviation

Red Tank

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Tank

Low Fluid

Temp.

Red Inline

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Inline

Low Fluid

Temp.

Red Hose

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Hose

Low Fluid

Temp.

Red Chiller

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Chiller

Low Fluid

Temp.

Dispensing

Disabled Low

Temp

Dispensing

Disabled High

Temp

Fluid temperature is below the defined low alarm limit

Dispensing disabled because of temperature

Alarm

Material A to Material B is out of ratio

Low power

Cable unplugged/loose power

Bad heater(s)

Check feed system

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Measure voltage across input terminals on power line filter. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264

Vac

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Measure resistance of heater(s)

Check temperature alarm limits

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T2AA

Red Hose

Low Fluid

Temp.

Red Tank

T2AE

T2AF

T2BC

T2BD

T2BG

T3AA

T3AE

T3AF

T3BC

T3BD

T3BG

Temp.

Red Tank

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Hose

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Tank

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

Low Fluid

Temp.

Red Chiller

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Hose

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue tank

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Chiller

Low Fluid

Temp.

Red Hose

High Fluid

Fluid temperature for a monitor zone is below the defined low alarm limit

Fluid temperature for a monitor zone is above the defined high alarm limit

The hydraulic oil temperature is approaching a level where damage is possible so the

Motor Control Module is limiting the output to a safe level

Motor temperature is approaching a level where damage is possible so the motor control module is limiting the output to a safe level

Error

Type

Deviation

Deviation

Advisory

Cause

Temperature is out of alarm limits

Cable unplugged/loose power

Inline heater is not turned on

Solution

Check temperature alarm limits

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Turn on inline heater

No power to fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris is fan or fan grill Clear debris from fan/fan grill

Low air volume from fan

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

No power to fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris is fan or fan grill clear debris from fan/fan grill

Low air volume from fan

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

Ambient environmental conditions are too hot

Motor/pump coupler may be rubbing on hydraulic pump

Move machine to an area below 120°F

Reset coupler per specifications and retighten set screws

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Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T4A2

Red Hose

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Inline

T4A3

T4A6

T4A7

T4B1

T4B4

T4B5

T4B8

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Tank

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Inline

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Hose

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Tank

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

Fluid temperature is above the defined high alarm limit

Error

Type

Alarm

T4H3

High Mix

Head Oil

Temp.

The temperature the MCM has reached a level where product life will be decreased drastically and has been shutdown for protection

Motor temperature is too high and system has been shutdown to prevent possible damage

Alarm

The hydraulic oil is at a temperature where performance is impacted significantly and has resulted in a system shutdown

Alarm

Alarm

AC Power Pack temperature too high.

Alarm

Cause

Defective Temperature

Control Module

Defective RTD

Solution

Replace Power Temperature Control Module

Replace RTD

Loose connections Tighten connections

No power to fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris is fan or heatsink Clear debris from fan or heatsink

Low air volume from fan

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

Motor may be damaged Replace motor

Debris is packed in the

MCM’s heat sink fins

Clear debris from MCM heat sink fins

No Power to Fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris in fan or fan grill Clear debris from fan/fan grill

Low air volume from fan

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

If oil is not hot, replace sensor.

RTD Sensor option turned ON without RTD installed. Oil temperature is excessively hot.

No power to fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris is fan or fan grill Clear debris from fan/fan grill

Low air volume from fan

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

Ambient environmental conditions are too hot

Move machine to an area below 120°F

Motor may be damaged Motor may need to be replaced

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

Error

Type Cause Solution

104

RTD 1 is giving no or invalid data

Alarm

Loose or bad connection Check RTD wiring

Bad RTD Replace RTD

RTD 2 is giving no or invalid data

Alarm

Loose or bad connection Check RTD wiring

Bad RTD Replace RTD

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

No temperature rise

No temperature decline

Alarm

Low Power

Cable unplugged/loose power

Bad heater(s)

Measure voltage across input terminals on power line filter. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264

Vac

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Measure resistance of heater(s)

Alarm

Advisory

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Defective cooling valve

Disconnect the valve and measure the voltage across the wires when the chiller is running to ensure 24V is being delivered to the valve. If so, the cooling valve will likely need replacing.

Chilled water supply off Turn on chilled water supply

Loose or bad connection Check RTD wiring

Turn heater on Heater is off

Temperature Alarm

Disables Dispense feature is on

Turn Temperature Alarm Disables Dispense feature off

Defective RTD Replace RTD

Heater overtemperature cutoff Alarm Defective High Power

Temperature Control

Module

Loose connections

Replace High Power Temperature Control Module

Tighten connections

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Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T9C6

Red Blanket

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Blanket

T9C5

T9C3

T9C1

T9C2

T9C4

T9C7

T9C8

Ctrl

Shutdown

Red Inline

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Inline

Ctrl

Shutdown

Red Hose

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Hose

Ctrl

Shutdown

Red Chiller

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Chiller

Ctrl

Shutdown

PCB over temperature

The voltage to the MCM has dropped to a level where performance is greatly affected

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Cause Solution

Overheated Temperature

Control Module

Turn conditioning zone off. Wait a few minutes. If the condition does not clear or regenerates consistently, replace heater module

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Supply lines providing low voltage

Check incoming voltage to ensure it is above the minimum operating voltage

High line voltage Alarm

Incoming line voltage is too high

Measure voltage across disconnect switch. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264 Vac.

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The voltage to the MCM has reached an unsafe level and has been shutdown in an attempt to prevent damage

Voltex mixer failed to spin, operate (HFR Only)

An error has been detected on the motor position sensor

Clean-Out Rod in dispense

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm valve (“L-Head”) failed to move.

Material Rod in dispense valve

Alarm failed to close. Pump halted.

Supply lines providing high voltage

Failing sensors

Clean-Out Rod Valve faulty.

Check incoming voltage to ensure it is below the maximum operating voltage

Verify mixer reaching requested RPM using the Mixer

Run screen. Clean or replace mixer if necessary.

If error persists the motor will need to be replaced

Check control line to Clean-Out Valve. Replace

Hydraulic Valve.

Material Rod failed to close. Pump movement halted.

Hydraulic lines installed backwards. + DC voltage shorted to the Valve Control Line.

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

Material rod in dispense valve failed to open during a

Error

Type Cause

Deviation Material Rod stuck closed. Shot duration too short.

dispense.

M1 Material

Rod Shift Fail

The material rod failed to move on a straight head

Alarm

Stuck material rod

No power to directional valve

Solution

Take a long shot to determine if it corrects the problem.

Check that material rod is able to freely move

Make sure the directional valve has power

WDF1

Dispense

Valve Open

Failure

Dispense valve was slow or did not open after commanded open.

Deviation

GX-16 or L-Head DV was slow to open, or did not open.

Clean mix chamber area/ Material rod area of DV.

Dispense

Valve Failed to Close

Dispense valve failed to close approximately 1 second after commanded to close.

Alarm

GX-16 or L-Head DV did not close or is stuck open.

Make sure directional valve has power.

The motor has reached a speed that should not be reached in normal operation and was shutdown to prevent possible damage

Alarm

No power to directional valve

Make sure the directional valve has power

Bad directional valve connection

Make sure the cord to the directional valve is connected to the correct port and the cord is not damaged

Directional valve failure The directional valve will need to be replaced

Hydraulic power pack failure

Defective encoder

Motor no longer coupled to hydraulic pump

Supply tube from hydraulic pump to manifold is loose or broken

Broken motor shaft

The hydraulic power pack will need repair

Replace encoder

Reset coupler per specifications and retighten set screws

Retighten or replace supply tube

Replace motor

High current to relay 1 Alarm Broken contactor Replace contactor

Tank blanket is above the defined high alarm limit

WMCX

Questionable

Shot Recipe

Detected

The logic has detected an excessively large rate (flow or pressure) or amount to a shot recipe.

Alarm

Defective RTD

Defective High Power

Temperature Control

Module

Loose connections

Replace RTD

Replace High Power Temperature Control Module

Tighten connections

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Error

Code Error Name Error Description

Error

Type Cause Solution

Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Unexpected current to relay 1 Alarm Shorted module

If temperature is being affected by a zone that has been disabled, replace heat module

WMH1

Con. Fault

Motor

Controller

Fault

Invalid

Setpoint

Request

WSC0

Invalid Gel

Timer

Definition

A general fault has occurred within the MCM

The ADM tried to upload a system settings file but failed Alarm

The requested controlling value (pressure or flow) is outside the limits of the system

Deviation

System Settings file is corrupt

System incorrectly setup

Replace the system settings file with a backup or new file

On the ADM go into the setup screens -> System-> and ensure that all pages have properly defined values

The shot that was entered for the gel timer is not a valid shot. This must be fixed before the gel timer will function properly

Deviation

Gel timer shot is below the minimum dispense amount or set for a invalid pressure/flow

The MCM has determined that the gel timer shot will not be able to be executed based parameters entered in the ADM

Select a different shot or modify existing shot data

If you are certain that the shot is within parameters, try running the Learn Mode routine found in the setup screen Calibration. If the error persists, a gel shot with reduced control parameters is required.

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Appendix E - System Events

Appendix E - System Events

Event Code and

String

EAA0-R: Prepoly

Refresh Started

EA0-R: Night Mode

Recirc On

EA00-R: Disp.

Occurred (Shot #)

EBA0-R: Prepoly

Refresh Complete

EB00-R: Stop Button

Pressed

EBR0-R: Night Mode

Recirc Off

Triggers

While in night mode, the prepoly refresh started.

While in night mode the system has automatically entered a low circulation mode and attempted to turn on all enabled conditioning zones.

A dispense has occurred of the given shot number.

While in night mode, the prepoly refresh completed successfully.

The Red stop button was pressed on the Advanced Display Module.

While in night mode the system has automatically stopped the low circula tion mode and turned off all condition ing zones.

The Red materials specific gravity was modified.

The Blue materials specific gravity was modified.

User has activated function (Pressed

ECA1-R: Red Mate rial SG Modified

ECB2-R: Blue Mate rial SG Modified

ECD0-R: Mixer Motor

Disabled for Dispense

ECD1-R: Mixer Motor

Enabled for Dispense

ECF0-R: Mixer Air

OFF for Dispense

“ ” key) which may have negative effects on future dispenses.

User has re-enabled the mixer motor for dispensing.

User has activated function (Pressed

ECF1-R: Mixer Air

Enabled for Dispense

ECGX: Dispense

Recipe Altered by

PLC

ECH0-R: Learn Mode

Executed

EH00-R: Gel Timer

Dispense

EL00-R: System

Powered On

EM00-R: System

Powered Off

ENN0-R: Automatic

Cal. Performed

ENC1-R: Cal. Point 1

Weight Entered

ENC2-R: Cal. Point 2

Weight Entered

“ ” key) which may have negative effects on future dispenses.

User has re-enabled Air Nucleation for dispensing.

The rate (flow or pressure) or amount has been altered by the controlling

CGM/PLC interface when the system was in shot mode.

A learn mode calibration was success fully completed.

The gel timer expired and the system automatically took the gel shot.

The System was powered on.

The System was powered off.

The system was successfully charac three point calibration was entered.

terized with the Automatic calibration.

A value for the first point in the three point calibration was entered.

A value for the second point in the

Event Code and

String

ENC4-R: Cal. Point 1

Weight Erased

ENC5-R: Cal. Point 2

Weight Erased

END0-R: Ratio Check

Dispense

EQU1-R: Settings

Downloaded

EQU3-R: Language

Downloaded

EQU4-R: Language

Uploaded

EQU5-R: Logs Down loaded

-

ER01-R: Shot Count

Reset

ER02-R: Seq. Posi tion Count Reset

ERA1-R: Red Material

Volume Reset

ERB1-R: Blue Mate rial Volume Reset

ERA2-R: Red Material

Weight Reset

ERB2-R: Blue Mate rial Weight Reset

ERA3-R: Red Cycle

Count Reset

ERB3-R: Blue Cycle

Count Reset

EWA0-R: Prepoly

Refresh Canceled

REQU-R: Settings

Uploaded

Triggers

The running average for point one of the three point calibration was erased.

The running average for point two of the three point calibration was erased.

A ratio check shot was dispensed from the ratio check calibration screen.

The system settings were successfully transferred from the ADM to a USB drive.

The custom language file was suc cessfully transferred from the ADM to a USB drive.

The custom language file was suc cessfully transferred from the USB drive to the ADM.

The Error/Event and Shot data logs were successfully transferred from the

ADM to a USB drive.

A counter from the shot counters maintenance page was erased

A counter from the sequence counters maintenance page was erased

The resettable totalizer for the Red material volume was reset to zero.

The resettable totalizer for the Blue material volume was reset to zero.

The resettable totalizer for the Red material weight was reset to zero.

The resettable totalizer for the Blue material weight was reset to zero.

The resettable cycle counter for the

Red pump was reset to zero.

The resettable cycle counter for the

Blue pump was reset to zero.

While in night mode, the prepoly refresh was canceled

The system settings file was success fully transferred from the USB drive to the ADM.

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Appendix F -USB Operation

Overview

There are 3 main uses for the USB on a GMS ™ system:

• Ability to download a log of up to the past 50,000 errors, events, or jobs that can contain over

150,000 snapshots of critical dispense information

• Ability to download, modify, and upload custom language files

• Ability to download and upload system configura tions

• This data includes most user selectable and user configurable settings.

• This data does not include pump counters, error and event logs, shot and sequence count ers.

USB Options

The only options for USB on the ADM are in

Advanced

Screen 4 , see page 84.

Download Log Files

If the “Enable Downloading of USB Logs” is checked, the user can use a USB stick-drive to download the log files.

NOTICE

Low-quality USB stick drives may lead to burning out the USB port on the ADM. Use only high-qual ity USB stick-drives with the ADM USB port.

To download the log files, insert a high-quality USB stick-drive into the USB port in the bottom of the ADM.

The ADM will automatically begin downloading the log files as well as the custom language file (DISP -

TEXT.TXT) and the system settings (SETTINGS.TXT).

The status of the download will be shown in the Status bar.

The first option is a checkbox that enables or disables the downloading of the Error Event and Shot Data log files. The Shot Data log runs during all circulation, shots, and operator modes.

The second option is the Erase icon which will reset the last download date to a time where all logs can be downloaded. This will allow the user to download all the

USB log entries, which may take over 2 hours if the log files are full. Currently the ADM does not monitor the

USB logs and alert the user when data may be overwrit ten so in order to minimize download times and the risk of losing data it is recommended that the user down load the logs every 2 weeks or more often if the machine is used during more than one full shift a day.

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Log Files, Folder Structure

F IG . 26: DOWNLOAD, DATAxxxx Folders

Each time a stick-drive is inserted into the ADM USB port, a new folder named DATAxxxx is created. The number at the end of the folder name is incremented each time a stick-drive is inserted and data is downloaded or uploaded.

In each DATAxxxx folder there is three log files. They are formatted as .csv (comma separated value) files and can be opened by most text editors or data processing programs such as Excel.

Example 1-ERROR File

The 1-ERROR file is the Errors and Events log file.

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Example 2-JOB File

The 2-JOB file is the Shot Data Log file.

Appendix F -USB Operation

Example 3-SYSTEM File

The 3-SYSTEM file is the Software Version log file.

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Transfer System Settings

NOTICE

Low-quality USB stick drives may lead to burning out the USB port on the ADM. Use only high-qual ity USB stick-drives with the ADM USB port.

Use the following process to transfer system settings from one machine to another.

1. Insert a high-quality USB stick-drive into the USB port on the system with the settings to be trans ferred. Once the download is complete the SET -

TINGS.TXT file will be located in the “DOWNLOAD” folder.

NOTICE

The user should never attempt to modify the SET -

TINGS.TXT file in any way. Graco is not responsible for damages caused by an improperly modified setup file.

2. Plug the USB stick-drive into a computer.

3. Navigate to the DOWNLOAD folder.

4. Copy the SETTINGS.TXT file from the DOWNLOAD folder into the UPLOAD folder.

5. Remove the USB stick-drive from the computer and install it into the ADM USB port for the second machine. The software will automatically begin updating.

NOTE: Before the update begins the ADM automati cally shuts down the system, aborting any in-progress dispensing. When the software is updating the system a pop-up box will appear to inform the user of the update and the system will lock. Once the update is complete the ADM will tell the user to cycle power to apply the updates. Once this box appears it is safe to remove the drive before cycling power.

6. When the software is done updating, remove the

USB stick-drive from the ADM USB port and install in a computer.

7. Navigate to the UPLOAD folder and remove the

SETTINGS.TXT file.

NOTE: Immediately after uploading the settings, remove the SETTINGS.TXT file from the UPLOAD folder to prevent accidental loss of data the next time the USB stick-drive is inserted into the ADM USB port. If there is a SETTINGS.TXT file in the UPLOAD folder when the

USB stick-drive is inserted into the ADM USB port the software will try to update the ADM.

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Update Custom Language

NOTICE

Low-quality USB stick drives may lead to burning out the USB port on the ADM. Use only high-qual ity USB stick-drives with the ADM USB port.

Use the following process to customize the text on the

ADM. The language file DISPTEXT.TXT can be modified in Excel but must be saved as a Unicode Text file with the extension .TXT in order for it to properly import.

1. Insert a high-quality USB stick-drive into the USB port on the system with the settings to be trans ferred. Once the download is complete the DISP -

TEXT.TXT file will be located in the “DOWNLOAD” folder.

2. Plug the USB stick-drive into a computer.

3. Navigate to the DOWNLOAD folder.

4. Copy the DISPTEXT.TXT file from the DOWNLOAD to your computer.

5. Use any data processing software such as Excel to edit the DISPTEXT.TXT file. When done editing save the file as the “Unicode Text” format. See

Example DISPTEXT.TXT File on page 114.

a. In the first column, locate the string to change.

b. In the second column of the same row, enter the new string.

c. Save the file as a Unicode Text file. The name must remain “DISPTEXT.TXT”.

6. Copy the edited DISPTEXT.TXT file into the

UPLOAD folder.

7. Remove the USB stick-drive from the computer and install it into the ADM USB port. The software will automatically begin updating.

NOTE: Before the update begins the ADM automati cally shuts down the system, aborting any in-progress dispensing. When the software is updating the system a pop-up box will appear to inform the user of the update and the system will lock. Once the update is complete the ADM will tell the user to cycle power to apply the updates. Once this box appears it is safe to remove the drive before cycling power.

8. When the software is done updating, remove the

USB stick-drive from the ADM USB port and install in a computer.

9. Navigate to the UPLOAD folder and remove the

DISPTEXT.TXT file.

NOTE: Immediately following uploading the language file, remove the DISPTEXT.TXT file from the UPLOAD folder to prevent accidental loss of data the next time the USB stick-drive is inserted into the ADM USB port.

If there is a DISPTEXT.TXT file in the UPLOAD folder when the USB stick-drive is inserted into the ADM USB port the software will try to update the ADM.

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Example SETTINGS.TXT File

NOTICE

The user should never attempt to modify the SET -

TINGS.TXT file in any way. Graco is not responsible for damages caused by an improperly modified setup file.

Example DISPTEXT.TXT File

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Temperature Displayed and

Actual Material Temperature

For HFR systems which have heat zones installed

(Inline, tank or Hose heaters), to prevent excessive material temperatures when the material flow is 0 (not moving), the zone temperature sensors are installed near or touching the heating elements of the respective zone. Because of this, the temperature reading dis played on the HFR ADM module may be affected by the heating element of the zone, especially if the machine is idle or stalled to pressure. For these situations, the tem perature displayed (on the ADM run Status Screen), may be higher than the actual material temperature. If the ADM displayed material temperature accuracy is critical for the respective manufacturing process, it is recommended that a manual or semi-automatic circula tion system be added to a stall to pressure type HFR

(P2/Fusion, MD2, EP, Auto-Fusion, … dispense valve options).

Appendix G- Temperature

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Appendix H- Circulation

Appendix H- Circulation

Manual, Semi-Automatic and

Fully Automatic Circulation

Features

In 2016 a manual and Semi-Automatic circulation fea ture was added to the HFR product which allowed the user to circulate the materials back to the tank at low pressure, enabling the system to heat or condition the two component materials prior to a dispense. In April

2019, a fully Automatic Circulation feature was added

(using the Semi-Automatic Circulation hardware com ponents) which allows the user to transition between dispense and circulation states automatically without stopping the pumps.

The latest feature added also allows the user to operate the circulation feature in Shot mode, and also

Sequence mode if using system version 1.11.003 or later. Therefore, pre-calculated shot amounts (weights, volumes or time increments) can be dispensed auto matically. The pumps can circulate material before and after the dispense operation without stopping the pumps.

All the described features are intended to be used by

HFR systems which use the standard non-recirculating dispense valve options (MD2, P2/ Fusion, Auto-Fusion and EP dispense valve options). The Manual and

Semi-Automatic features are available on HFR systems with logic versions 1.10.001 or later. The fully Automatic feature is available on logic versions 1.11.001 or later.

Manual Recirculation Feature

This version uses the Graco circulation kits. Part num bers 24D107, 24E379, or equivalent hardware is recom mended. The circulation kits will provide a return fluid path from the HFR output manifold back to the corre sponding material tanks.

This method puts the system into recirculation mode by putting circulation valves on the dispense manifold into the circulation position (as shown below), to divert the blue and red materials back to their supplies.

F IG . 27: HFR Manifold Valves in the Manual

Semi-Automatic Circulation

Feature

This version uses the Graco circulation kits, part numbers 24N486, 24N487. These kits contain externally controlled valves, and the valve control solenoid kit part number 24N990. These circulation kits are intended to recirculate the two material paths from the dispense valve back to the material supplies. This method keeps the F IG . 27 Manifold valves in the dispense positions. In Semi-Automatic mode allows users to switch between dispense and circulation modes using the ADM, an external robot, or PLC control.

If this method is used, the “HFR Circulation Valves

Installed” check box option on setup Advanced #6 screen must be checked, as shown in F IG . 28.

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F IG . 28: Advanced #6 Screen - Recirculation Valves

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Semi-Automatic Circulation Kit - 24N486, 24N487

207

206

205

215

216

4

201

202

203

2 -

4 Torque to 8 ft-lb (11 N•m).

F IG . 29: HFR Semi and Fully Automatic Circulation Kit

204

208

209

210

211

212 ti19957a

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Ref Part

201 556762

202 16C509

203 6308-28

204 103475

205 24P005

206 158683

207 100206

208 6310-200

Description

CONNECTOR, #4 jic 1/4 pm

HOSE, assy, ss brd, 1/4 x 24, ss

FITTING, elbw, 90°, jic 04 x 1/2 npt, mm, m

FITTING, tee, pipe

VALVE, endure, amb or temp cond, 1

FITTING, elbow, 90 deg

BUSHING, pipe

ADAPTER, jic(05) x 1/2 npt, m ms

94/0653/99 ADAPTER, jic06 x 1/2 npt, mm, ms, 3k

209 262175 HOSE, A, 10 ft (3 m), 1/4, moisture-lok, ms

262176 HOSE, B, 10 ft (3 m), 1/4, moisture-lok, ms

210 122963

117506

211 124281

212 246477

215 124313

216 100016

ADAPTER, swivel, jic05 x 1/4 npt, fm, ms, 6

FITTING, swivel, 1/4 npt x #6 jic

FITTING, cplg, 1/2 npt x 1/4 npt, ff, ms

KIT, accessory, return tube

SCREW, shcs, m6-1 x 16 mm, sst

WASHER, lock

Quantity

24N486, KIT, circulation, cs, pu, a

24N487, KIT, circulation, cs, pu, b

1 1

1 1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

4

4

1

1

1

4

4

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Appendix H- Circulation

316

1

312

1 302

1

312

1

315

305

306

313 ti19958a

1

Apply pipe sealant to all male threads prior to assembly.

308

309

301

307

1

303

F IG . 30: HFR Semi and Fully Automatic Valve Kit

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1

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Appendix H- Circulation

Ref Part

301 120900

302 108638

303 114158

304 121022

305 121021

306 123395

307 112698

308 115968

309 GC2107

312 114339

313 124876

315 120953

316 299971

Description

VALVE, solenoid, 3 way

FITTING, pipe, tee

FITTING, adapter, y

FITTING, elbow, male, 1/4 npt

MUFFLER, 1/4 npt

HARNESS, pwr valve, tank

ELBOW, male, swivel

SCREW, cap, socket head

WASHER, lock, spring, #8

FITTING, union, swivel, 1/4 npt, sst

SPACER, standoff, 1.5 lg, 8-32 thrd

CONNECTOR, splitter

HOSE, 1/4 x 2 ft (0.6 m) (msf) air

2

3

3

3

1

1

Quantity

1

1

2

1

2

2

4

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Manual and Semi-Automatic

Circulation Feature Operation

To implement the feature, a soft key option on the main

Operator mode run screen has been added (“ as shown below.

”),

If recirculating the material is desired, the user will need to stop the dispense, then press the circulation option

(“ ”). If selected, the user will be given the option to select a flow rate for the recirculation dispense, as shown below. The circulation feature will only operate in flow mode, regardless of whether the user is dis pensing out of the valve in constant pressure or flow.

F IG . 31: Main Operator Mode Run Screen, with

F IG . 33: Main Operator Mode Run Screen, with

As illustrated in F IG . 31, the HFR is configured to dis pense in constant pressure mode, which while dispens ing will appear similar to the screen shown below:

The user can now circulate the material by pressing the dispense key (“ ”), pressing the footswitch, and requesting dispense from either the CGM or DGM inter face. A manual recirculation dispense will circulate the materials, apply heat (if necessary), and not command the dispense valve to open.

In addition, corresponding error generation logic is turned off (cavitation, pressure imbalance, off ratio, etc.) since material is not being dispensed. Also, mate rial counters are not incremented since material is not being dispensed.

F IG . 32: Main Operator Mode Run Screen,

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While the pumps are moving material in circulation mode, the main run screen will appear as shown below:

F IG . 34: Operator Mode Run Screen while Manually

Just like any Operator mode dispense, the user has the option to change the flow rate of circulation, without stopping the pumps. To do this, the user must change the flow rate set point value, as shown below.

Fully Automatic Circulation

Feature Operation

This feature (available in April 2019, on logic versions

1.11.001 and later) transitions between dispense and circulation modes automatically without stopping the pumps. Therefore, the button sequence described in the previous section is executed automatically for the user. This feature will operate best when dispensing from the dispense valve in flow mode, hence this fea ture is not available in constant pressure mode. The user can circulate the materials at a flow rate different than the dispense rate. This feature is not available if dispensing using a manually or externally controlled dispense valve (P2/Fusion valve option).

This feature also allows the user to operate the circula tion feature in Shot, and also in Sequence modes if using logic version 1.11.003 and later. Therefore, pre-calculated shot amounts (weights, volumes or time increments) can be dispensed automatically by trigger ing the footswitch while the material is circulating.

To turn this feature ON, the Auto Circulate Between

Dispenses option must be checked, as shown below.

F IG . 35: Changing Flow Rate for an Active Circulation

F

IG

. 36: Fully Automatic Circulation Feature ON

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When this feature is turned ON, navigate to the appro priate dispense mode (shot or operator), as shown below. If sequence mode is desired, navigate to either shot or operator mode before starting to make sure the state of the circulation valves is correct. Select the cor rect recipe (shot mode) or flow rate (operator mode) for dispensing.

Start the circulation process by pressing the footswitch

(tap once or twice if in shot mode and the “2X Trigger for Dispense” feature is ON). Once in circulation, the system is ready to dispense and the screen will appear similar to the screen shown below.

F

IG

. 37: Shot Mode with Automatic Circulation

The system can be put into Recirculation mode by either using a gateway module, or by pressing the

” soft key.

F

IG

. 39: Shot Mode with System Circulating Material

To trigger or start a dispense, tap the footswitch (once or twice) to transition and start a dispense automatically without stopping the pumps. The pumps may reverse prior to the dispense depending upon the pump posi tion when the shot request is received.

F IG . 38: Shot Mode with System in Circulation

If necessary, the user can alter the circulation flow rate by pressing the “ ” key, then entering the desired flow rate. If operating in sequence mode, select the mode at this time, then select the correct sequence and position for dispense.

F IG . 40: Shot Mode Dispense after Automatic

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Once dispensing, the screen will appear similar to F IG .

40. When the dispense is completed (or aborted early by re-triggering the footswitch during the dispense), the system will return to the circulation state, the display

will appear as shown in F IG . 41, and the material count

ers will be incremented accordingly.

F

IG

. 41: System Circulating Automatically after a

To stop the circulation process, press the “ ” key when the pumps are circulating.

F

IG

. 43: System Circulating Automatically after a

Active

Pressurize Before Opening DV

Feature

HFR logic versions 1.12.008 and later, a “Pressurize

Before Opening DV” feature was added to the “Auto

Circulate Between Dispenses” option as indicated in the Advanced Screen 6 shown below. The new feature is intended to pressurize the two materials to the cor rect values to ensure the mix quality at the dispense start is optimal. This feature eliminates the need to add restriction to the material return lines in an attempt to match the recirculation and dispense pressures.

F IG . 42: System Circulating Automatically after a

F IG . 44: Pressurize Before Opening DV Feature ON

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If enabled (checked), the logic will pressurize the mate rial lines prior to opening the dispense valve, based on the settings of the “Controlling/ Stall Pump,” “Minimum

Stall to Pressure” and “Maximum Pressurize Time” set tings on the same screen. For example, using the set tings from the screen shown in F IG . 44, if a dispense at

50 cc/second produces 100 bar of pressure on the blue pump, the system is circulating at 20 cc/seconds.

When the dispense request occurs, the pumps will accelerate to the 50 cc/second flow rate while circulat ing, then the pressurize state will start by closing the circulation valves. The pressurization process will con tinue until either the blue pump pressure reaches 86 bar

(86% of 100 bar = 86 bar), or 3000 milliseconds (3 sec onds) time has elapsed. Once the pressurization pro cess is complete, the dispense valve will open, starting the dispense process.

To ensure this process works properly, the material hose diameters must be sized correctly to ensure both materials reach the correct pressures at the start of the dispense, as well as the end of the dispense. The thicker the return line hoses, the more time is required to pressurize the lines. It is recommended that “Mini mum Stall to Pressure” settings of 75 – 90% are used.

Furthermore, the pump recirculation pressures should be less than the dispense pressures, and the “Maxi mum Pressurize Time” setting should exceed the typi cal amount of time required for the pressurization process.

Night Mode Capability

HFR systems with the “HFR Recirculation Valves

Installed” feature a night mode selection capability. The user can select Night Mode, which allows the pumps and optional heating zones to be turned ON periodically or at a future time or date. Refer to Conditioning #3

Setup Screen descriptions in earlier sections of this manual for how configure night mode operation.

Fully Automatic Circulation Shot

Repeatability Test Results

Some informal CPK type tests were performed to com pare the dispense amount consistencies of a dispense in the Full Automatic mode, with the same requested amount with the “Auto Circulate Between Dispenses” feature turned OFF (a standard stall to pressure type dispense). The dispense size chosen was relatively small for the HFR pump sizes used. The flow rate selected was also relatively slow for providing good shot repeatability numbers. Different circulation and dispense flow rates were also used, forcing the HFR to speed up, then slow down after the dispense operation.

As shown in F IG . 46 and F IG . 47, the amount consisten

cies provided when the HFR was dispensing with the

Fully Automatic Circulation feature ON was roughly twice as good in comparison to the same sized dis pense using a standard stall to pressure type configura tion.

Even though both tests had the same requested dis pense amounts entered, the Automatic Circulation dis pense provided less dispensed material since the dispense pressures were lower. If the requested amounts were larger, the two configurations would pro vide closer average or mean dispense amounts.

Different test results may occur, depending upon on the dispense amount chosen, pump sizes, and other fac tors.

F IG . 45: Night Mode Operation

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HFR Pump Types:

HFR Con Į gura Ɵ on:

Misc. Notes:

Requested Amount:

% o ī of Req't Amount:

Nominal Size (g)

Tol. Max. (+)

Tol. Min. (-)

USL

LSL

Std Dev

Mean

Maximum

Minimum

Cp

Cpkl

Cpku

Cpk

Cpk Target

80:25 cc Pumps

Weight mode, Ň ow SP's: = 30 g/s, recirc. Flow SP = 25 g/s (Mineral Oil Dispensed, w/ ~ 0.9 SG) .

System does NOT stop pump between Dispense <---> Recircul ĂƟ on Transi Ɵ ons.

30 Grams Amount entered, 30 grams + 20 gram offset!

-15.97 %

25.21

2.52 10%

2.52 10%

27.73

30

25

22.69

0.191

25.209

20

25.500

24.800

4.400

4.400

15

10

4.400

5

Shot Weight Max.

Min.

4.400

1.330 0

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35

F

IG

. 46: Fully Automatic Circulation Dispense Amount Consistency (CPK) Data

HFR Pump Types:

HFR Con Į gura Ɵ on:

Misc. Notes:

Requested Amount:

% o ī of Req't Amount:

Nominal Size (g)

Tol. Max. (+)

Tol. Min. (-)

USL

LSL

Std Dev

Mean

Maximum

Minimum

Cp

Cpkl

Cpku

Cpk

Cpk Target

80:25 cc Pumps

Weight mode, Ň ow SP's: = 30 g/s, recirc. Flow SP = 25 g/s (Mineral Oil Dispensed, w/ ~ 0.9 SG)

System Stops before dispense, and stops a Ō er dispense ( Recirc. Between dispenses feature turned OFF!)

30 Grams

6.08 %

53.04

5.30 10%

5.30 10%

58.35

47.74

0.806

53.042

54.500

51.700

2.194

2.194

2.194

2.194

1.330

60

(Amount entered, 30 grams + 20 gram offset, equals 50 Grams)

50

40

30

20

10

0

0 5 10

Shot Weight

Max.

Min.

15 20 25 30

F IG . 47: Standard Stall to Pressure Dispense Amount Consistency (CPK) Data

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Dimensions

47.5 in.

(1210 mm)

59.8 in.

(1520 mm)

34.1 in.

(870 mm)

Dimensions

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D

Front

F

Right

Bolt Mounting Pattern and

Dimensions

Ref

D

E

F

Type of Base

No Pallet Pallet

24 in.

(610 mm)

15 in.

(381 mm)

32.4 in.

(823 mm)

30.3 in.

(770 mm)

4x Diameter

0.63 in.

(16.0 mm) depth thru

4x Diameter

0.56 in.

(14.2 mm) depth thru

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Technical Data

Technical Data

Maximum Fluid Working Pressure. . . 3000 psi (20.7 MPa, 207 bar)

Maximum Fluid Temperature . . . . . . . 180°F (82°C)

Fluid Inlet Feed Pressure Range . . . . 50 psi (0.35 MPa, 3.5 bar) to 250 psi (1.75 MPa, 17.5 bar)

Fluid Inlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Component A (Red): 1/2 npt(f)

Component B (Blue): 3/4 npt(f)

Fluid Outlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Component A (Red): #8 (1/2 in.) JIC (3/4-16 unf), with #5 (5/16 in.) JIC adapter

Component B (Blue): #10 (5/8 in.) JIC (7/8-14 unf), with #6 (3/8 in.) JIC adapter

Fluid Circulation Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/4 npsm(m), with plastic tubing, 250 psi (1.75 MPa, 17.5 bar) maximum

Air Inlet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/4 nps

Air Inlet Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 psi (280 KPa, 2.8 bar) to 100 psi (0.7 MPa, 7 bar)

Line Voltage Requirement . . . . . . . . .

230V / 1 phase and 230V / 3 phase Models: 195-264V, 50/60 Hz

400V / 3 phase:

360-440V, 50/60 Hz; see 400 V Power Requirements , page 4

Amperage Requirement. . . . . . . . . . . See

Models on page 4

Sound Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 dB

Heater Power

(A (Red) and B (Blue) heaters total, no hose, Heated HFR Models only) . . . . 12 kW

Hydraulic reservoir capacity . . . . . . . 9 gal. (34 liters)

Recommended hydraulic fluid. . . . . . Citgo A/W Hydraulic Oil, ISO Grade 46

Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Units with 12 kW Heaters: 868 lb (394 kg)

Units without heaters: 634 lb (288 kg)

Wetted Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aluminum, stainless steel, zinc-plated carbon steel, brass, carbide, chrome, fluoroelastomer, PTFE, ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene, chemically resistant o-rings

All other brand names or marks are used for identification purposes and are trademarks of their respective owners.

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Motor Control Module Technical Data

Motor Control Module Technical Data

Input Specifications

Input Line Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0-264 Vac, line-to-line

Input Line Phasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Single or Three Phase

Input Line Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

50/60 Hz

Input Current per Phase. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

25A (three-phase), 50A (single-phase)

Maximum Branch Circuit Protection Rating: . . . . . . .

30A (three-phase), 63A (single-phase)

Short Circuit Current Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5 kA

Output Specifications

Output Line Voltage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0-264 Vac

Output Line Phasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Three Phase

Output Current. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0-30A

Output Overload . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

200% for 0.2 seconds

DC Power Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

24 Vdc, Class 2, Graco-provided power supply

Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Type 1

Max Ambient Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

50°C (122°F)

Overtemperature protection is provided to protect from motor overload.

Current limit, set via the software, is provided as a secondary protection from motor overload.

All installations and wiring must comply with NEC and local electrical codes.

California Proposition 65

CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS

WARNING: Cancer and reproductive harm – www.P65warnings.ca.gov.

313997ZAV 129

Graco Standard Warranty

Graco warrants all equipment referenced in this document which is manufactured by Graco and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale to the original purchaser for use. With the exception of any special, extended, or limited warranty published by Graco, Graco will, for a period of twelve months from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment determined by

Graco to be defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations.

This warranty does not cover, and Graco shall not be liable for general wear and tear, or any malfunction, damage or wear caused by faulty installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, or substitution of non-Graco component parts. Nor shall Graco be liable for malfunction, damage or wear caused by the incompatibility of Graco equipment with structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco, or the improper design, manufacture, installation, operation or maintenance of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco.

This warranty is conditioned upon the prepaid return of the equipment claimed to be defective to an authorized Graco distributor for verification of the claimed defect. If the claimed defect is verified, Graco will repair or replace free of charge any defective parts. The equipment will be returned to the original purchaser transportation prepaid. If inspection of the equipment does not disclose any defect in material or workmanship, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge, which charges may include the costs of parts, labor, and transportation.

THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT

LIMITED TO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE .

Graco’s sole obligation and buyer’s sole remedy for any breach of warranty shall be as set forth above. The buyer agrees that no other remedy

(including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales, injury to person or property, or any other incidental or consequential loss) shall be available. Any action for breach of warranty must be brought within two (2) years of the date of sale.

GRACO MAKES NO WARRANTY, AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A

PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IN CONNECTION WITH ACCESSORIES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS OR COMPONENTS SOLD BUT NOT

MANUFACTURED BY GRACO . These items sold, but not manufactured by Graco (such as electric motors, switches, hose, etc.), are subject to the warranty, if any, of their manufacturer. Graco will provide purchaser with reasonable assistance in making any claim for breach of these warranties.

In no event will Graco be liable for indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages resulting from Graco supplying equipment hereunder, or the furnishing, performance, or use of any products or other goods sold hereto, whether due to a breach of contract, breach of warranty, the negligence of Graco, or otherwise.

FOR GRACO CANADA CUSTOMERS

The Parties acknowledge that they have required that the present document, as well as all documents, notices and legal proceedings entered into, given or instituted pursuant hereto or relating directly or indirectly hereto, be drawn up in English. Les parties reconnaissent avoir convenu que la rédaction du présente document sera en Anglais, ainsi que tous documents, avis et procédures judiciaires exécutés, donnés ou intentés,

à la suite de ou en rapport, directement ou indirectement, avec les procédures concernées.

Graco Information

Sealant and Adhesive Dispensing Equipment

For the latest information about Graco products, visit www.graco.com

.

For patent information, see www.graco.com/patents .

TO PLACE AN ORDER, contact your Graco distributor, go to www.graco.com, or call to identify the nearest distributor.

If calling from the USA: 1-800-746-1334

If calling from outside the USA: 0-1-330-966-3000

All written and visual data contained in this document reflects the latest product information available at the time of publication.

Graco reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.

Original instructions. This manual contains English. MM 313997

Graco Headquarters: Minneapolis

International Offices: Belgium, China, Japan, Korea

GRACO INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES • P.O. BOX 1441 • MINNEAPOLIS MN 55440-1441 • USA

Copyright 2010, Graco Inc. All Graco manufacturing locations are registered to ISO 9001.

www.graco.com

Revision ZAV, February 2022

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