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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.

313997C

ENG

Important Safety Instructions

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

See page 4 for model information and maximum

working pressure.

Patent Pending

24C352_313998_7g

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Contents

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

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

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

Hoses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

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

B (Blue) Individual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

A (Red) Individual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

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

Applicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

B (Blue) Applicator Orifice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Iso A (Red) Applicator Orifice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

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

Optional Boom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Dispense Valve Interface Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

B (Blue) Flow Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

A (Red) Flow Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Pump Feed Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

B (Blue) and A (Red) Feed Tanks . . . . . . . . . . 14

Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Important Two-Component Material Information 17

Isocyanate Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Material Self-ignition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

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

17

Moisture Sensitivity of Isocyanates . . . . . . . . . . 18

Foam Resins with 245 fa Blowing Agents . . . . . 18

Changing Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

A (Red) and B (Blue) Components . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Typical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Component Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Hydraulic Power Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Motor Control Module (MCM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Advanced Display Module (ADM) . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Fluid Control Module (FCM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Temperature Control Module (Heated HFR Only) 30

Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

EP Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

MD2 Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Vacuum De-gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Vacuum De-gas and Vacuum Manual Refill . . . 40

Advanced Display Module (ADM) Operation . . . . 41

Setup Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Run Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

USB Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

USB Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Download Log Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Log Files, Folder Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Transfer System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

Update Custom Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Pressure Relief Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

Flushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Advanced Display Module (ADM) . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Motor Control Module (MCM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72

Fluid Control Module (FCM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

Temperature Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Fluid Inlet Strainer Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

IsoGuard Select

System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

Light Tower (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

Common Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

ADM Error Codes with Description, Cause, and

Solution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

System Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90

ADM Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91

Motor Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92

Fluid Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94

Temperature Control Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95

Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

Motor Control Module Technical Data . . . . . . . . . 98

Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99

Graco Standard Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100

Graco Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100

313997C

Related Manuals

Manuals are available at www.graco.com.

Component manuals in U.S. English:

System Manuals

313998 HFR Repair-Parts

Power Distribution Box Manual

3A0239 Power Distribution Boxes Instructions-Parts

Pumpline Manuals

3A0019

3A0020

Z-Series Chemical Pumps Instructions-Parts

HFR Hydraulic Actuator Instructions-Parts

Feed System Manuals

3A0238

3A0235

3A0395

3A0237

Dispense Head Hydraulic Power

Pack Instructions-Parts

Feed Supply Kits

Instructions-Parts

Tank Feed Systems Instructions-Parts

Heated Hoses and Applicator Kits,

Instructions-Parts

Dispense Valve Manuals

313872

312185

312752

312753

309550

309856

312666

EP

Gun

MD2 Valve, Instructions-Parts

S-Head Operation-Parts

L-Head Operation-Parts

Fusion AP Gun

Fusion MP Gun

Fusion CS Gun

313997C

Related Manuals

3

4

Models

Models

See Product Configurator on page 5 for detailed prod-

uct configuration information.

System

HFR,

Non-Heated

HFR,

Heated

Full Load

Peak Amps

Per Phase*

Voltage

(phase)

55 A

System

Watts†

Primary

Heater Watts

(per heater)

Max Flow

Rate ◆ ** lb/min (kg/min)

Approximate

Output per

Cycle (A+B)** gal. (liter)

Hydraulic

Pressure

Ratio**

Maximum

Fluid Working

Pressure ‡ psi (MPa, bar)

230V (1) 12,650

29 A 230V (3) 11,340

55 A ★ 400V (3) 12,650

116 A 230V (1) 26,680

-50 (22.7)

0.084

(0.318)

1.9:1

3000

(20.7, 207)

73 A 230V (3) 28,600

75 A ★ 400V (3) 28,600

6,000 50 (22.7)

0.084

(0.318)

1.9:1

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.

** Values are dependent on installed pump size. Values shown are for largest available pump size.

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

◆ Flow rate is independent of frequency 50/60 Hz.

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 purchased without hoses and aftermarket hoses rated at or above 3000 psi are to be installed, see instruction manual 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.

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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

AE

AF

AG

AH

AA

AB

AC

AD

AJ

AK

AL

AM

Part B (Blue) Pump †

257886 10 cc Stainless Steel

257887 15 cc Stainless Steel

257888 20 cc Stainless Steel

257889 25 cc Stainless Steel

257890 30 cc Stainless Steel

257891 40 cc Stainless Steel

257892 50 cc Stainless Steel

257893 60 cc Stainless Steel

257895 80 cc Stainless Steel

257896 100 cc Stainless Steel

257897 120 cc Stainless Steel

257899 160 cc Stainless Steel

Ref. 4 Part A (Red) Pump †

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

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Product Configurator

6

Ref. 5

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

Ref. 6

NN

AA

AB

AC

AD

AE

AF

AG

AH

BA

BB

BC

BD

BE

BF

BG

BH

CA

CB

CC

CD

CE

Part

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

-No Hose

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

3500 psi

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

2000 psi

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

2000 psi

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

2000 psi

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

2000 psi

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.

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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

Whip Hose Bundles

Part Description

24D194 Dual Zone Whip Hose, 10 ft, 1/4 in., Stainless

Steel, 3500 psi

24D196 Dual Zone Whip Hose, 10 ft, 1/4 in., Carbon

Steel, 3500 psi

24D751 Dual Zone Whip Hose, 10 ft, 3/8 in., Stainless

Steel, 3500 psi

24D753 Dual Zone Whip Hose, 10 ft, 3/8 in., Carbon

Steel, 3500 psi

24D192 Single Zone Whip Hose, 10 ft, 1/4 in., Carbon

Steel, 2000 psi

24D822 Single Zone Whip Hose, 10 ft, 3/8 in., Carbon

Steel, 2000 psi

24E970 Single Zone Whip Hose, 10 ft, 1/4 in., Carbon

Steel, 3500 psi

24E971 Single Zone Whip Hose, 10 ft, 3/8 in., Carbon

Steel, 3500 psi

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Product Configurator

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

7

Product Configurator

8

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

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

313997C

Hose Bundling Accessories

Part Description

24E953 Air Hose, 5 ft

15B280 Air Hose, 10 ft

15C624 Air Hose, 25 ft

15B295 Air Hose, 50 ft

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

Applicator

257497

257502

257506

CS00RD

CS01RD

CS02RD

246100

247007

Part

24A084

24A085

24A086

24A090

24A092

24A093

257496

246101

247019

246102

247025

24D500

Description

L-Head 6/10 With Calibration Orifice

L-Head 10/14 With Calibration Orifice

L-Head 13/20 With Calibration Orifice

S-Head 6-625 With Calibration Orifice

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

S-Head 6-625 L/S With Calibration Orifice

GX-16, 24:1, Isolate Pistol

GX-16, 24:1, Machine Mount

GX-16, 1:1, Machine Mount

GX-16, 1:1, Pistol Grip

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

313997C

Product Configurator

24D521

24D522

24D523

24D524

24D525

24D526

24D530

24D531

24D532

24D533

24D534

24D535

24D536

24D537

24E505

257999

24C932

24C933

24C934

LC0058

LC0059

LC0060

LC0295

LC0296

LC0079

LC0080

24D501

24D502

24D503

24D504

24D505

24D509

24D510

24D511

24D512

24D513

24D514

24D515

24D516

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, Electric

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Pneumatic

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

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

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, Electric

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

9

Product Configurator

LC0081

LC0086

LC0087

LC0088

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

0.25

0.45

0.5

0.75

0.8

0.85

1

1.1

1.2

1.25

1.3

1.4

4.20

4.50

5.00

5.50

6.00

6.50

7.00

Calibrate

1.70

1.80

1.90

2.00

2.50

3.00

3.50

4.00

Description Part

Calibrate 24A036

0.25

0.35

24A037

24A038

0.50

0.60

0.70

0.80

24A039

24A040

24A041

24A042

0.90

1.00

1.10

1.20

1.30

1.40

1.50

1.60

24A043

24A044

24A045

24A046

24A047

24A050

24A051

24A052

24A053

24A054

24A055

24A056

24A057

24A058

24A059

24A060

24A061

24A062

24A063

24A064

24A065

24A066

24A067

M0934A-4

247761

247762

247763

247764

247765

247766

247767

247811

247848

248858

247859

247860

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

L-Head Only

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

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-Head Only

S-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

10

2.4

3.2

3.6

4.2

5

5.6

1.5

1.6

1.65

1.7

1.75

1.8

1.9

2

GX-16

Description

0.011 in. Orifice

0.039 in. Orifice

0.061 in. Orifice

247861

247862

247863

247864

247865

247866

247867

247868

247869

247870

247871

247872

247873

247874

Part

257701

257717

257724

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

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

1.32 mm Poly

Orifice

1.40 mm Poly

Orifice

1.60 mm Poly

Orifice

1.85 mm Poly

Orifice

Part

24E250

24C751

For Use With Applicator:

EP 250, 6 Blue, 6 Red

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

24C811 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C812 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C813 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

24C815 EP 250 Poly Side Orifice

313997C

Product Configurator

Orifice Kit

0.51 mm Poly

Orifice

0.79 mm Poly

Orifice

1.19 mm Poly

Orifice

1.52 mm Poly

Orifice

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

24E251

24C761

EP 375, 6 Blue, 6 Red

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

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 10.

GX-16

Description

0.011 in. Orifice

0.039 in. Orifice

0.061 in. Orifice

Part

257701

257717

257724

EP Gun

1.85 mm Iso

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

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

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

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

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

313997C 11

Product Configurator

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

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

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

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

239716 One G3000 Flow Meter

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

244292 One G3000HR Flow Meter

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

289813 One G3000 Flow Meter with 90 degree sensor

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

289814 One G3000HR Flow Meter with 90 degree sensor

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

244039 One Coriolis Flow Meter

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

246190 One HG6000 Flow Meter

(0.013 to 6.0 gpm, 50 to 22, 712 cc per min)

246652 One HG6000HR Flow Meter

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

246340 One HG6000HT Heater Flow Meter

(0.013 to 6.0 gpm, 50 to 22, 712 cc per min)

A (Red) Flow Meters

Part Description

249426 One G25 Flow Meter

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

249427 One G250HR Flow Meter

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

239716 One G3000 Flow Meter

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

244292 One G3000HR Flow Meter

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

289813 One G3000 Flow Meter with 90 degree sensor

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

289814 One G3000HR Flow Meter with 90 degree sensor

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

244039 One Coriolis Flow Meter

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

246190 One HG6000 Flow Meter

(0.013 to 6.0 gpm, 50 to 22, 712 cc per min)

246652 One HG6000HR Flow Meter

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

246340 One HG6000HT Heater Flow Meter

(0.013 to 6.0 gpm, 50 to 22, 712 cc per min)

B (Blue) Flow Meters

Part Description

52.7.5G

Two Graco 5 cc Per Second Flow Meters

52.7.5

Two 5 cc Per Second Flow Meters

52.7.2

Two 12-28 cc Per Second Flow Meters

249426 One G25 Flow Meter

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

249427 One G250HR Flow Meter

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

12 313997C

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 Supply Pump Kit

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

24D096 5:1 Monarch 5G Stainless Steel Complete Supply

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 Plumbing

246482 Husky 716 Pump with Carbon Steel Fluid Plumbing

24D332 Husky 1050 Pump with Carbon Steel Fluid

Plumbing

246898 2:1 Supply Pump with Carbon Steel Fluid Plumbing

24D100 Husky 515 Pump with Stainless Steel Fluid

Plumbing

24D101 Husky 716 Pump with Stainless Steel Fluid

Plumbing

313997C

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 Element

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

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

13

Product Configurator

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 Sensors

24D572 38L Tank, Agitation, Slinger Plate, Heat, Insulation, 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 Sensors

24D578 75L Tank, Agitation, Slinger Plate, Heat, Insulation, 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

Part Description

24C871 Hydraulic Power Pack Hydraulic Tank Fluid Level

Sensor

24C873 Hydraulic Power Pack Manifold Oil Temperature

Sensor

257543 Caster Kit

24D086 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

24F116 EP Gun Automatic Air Purge with Delay

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

14 313997C

Warnings

+

Warnings

The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclamation 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 servicing 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, inhalation 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 manufacturer.

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.

313997C 15

Warnings

16

WARNING

FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD

Flammable fumes, such as solvent and paint fumes, in work area can ignite or explode. To help prevent 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 manufacturer’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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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 equipment, 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 isocyanates 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 ventilation 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 damage 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 moisture

(such as humidity) to form small, hard, abrasive crystals, which become suspended in the fluid. Eventually 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 crystallization 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 24D086. The lubricant creates a barrier between the ISO and the atmosphere.

• 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.

• Never use solvent on one side if it has been contaminated 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 multiple 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 following section.

A (Red) and B (Blue) Components

IMPORTANT!

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.

For all machines:

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

• If one of the materials being used is moisture-sensitive, 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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Typical Installation

Typical Installation

K

B (Blue) Side Supply Detail

A (Red) Side Supply Detail

K M

G

G

K

L ti7821a3

P

A ti7821a2

J

K

F

D

J

N

H

H

B

F IG . 1

Key:

A

HFR Unit (see F IG . 2, page 21)

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 operation.

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Component Identification

Component Identification

Key for F IG . 2.

AA Advanced Display Module (see page 26)

BA Component A (Red) Pressure Relief Outlet

BB Component B (Blue) Pressure Relief Outlet

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 IsoGuard Select

Fluid Reservoir

LS Pumpline Linear Sensor

MA Motor Control Module, see page 24

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 30)

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Component Identification

MP MA

HP

FM

FV

FT

PH

LR

FS

FP

PD

AA

HT

PA

FS

PB

FT

FP

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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

PR

BA

PS

HA

HB

BB ti9880a1

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

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Component Identification

Main Power Switch

Located on top of the power distribution box, see page

21

. 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 secondary side of the heated hose transformer are located inside the frame. See the parts list for the installed primary/hose heat option. See Ref. 5 of the product configurator code for your machine to determine which

primary/hose heat option is installed. See Product Con-

figurator on page 5.

B (Blue)

Left Side from Rear View

Most circuit breakers are located inside the power distribution 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 3A0239 for more information.

CB1 CB3

CB5 CB4

CB2

CB9

CB7 CB6

CB8

CB579

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A (Red)

Right Side from Rear View

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Ref.

CB1

CB2

CB3

CB4

CB5

CB6

CB7

CB8

CB9

Size

230V/

1 phase,

400V/

3 phase

63A

40A

15A

40A

5A

5A

40A

15A

40A

230V/

3 phase

30A

40A

15A

40A

5A

5A

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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22

CB718

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Component Identification

Hydraulic Power Pack

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 97 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 24)

DG Fan

DH Filter

DJ Shroud (not shown, removed for clarity)

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Component Identification

Motor Control Module (MCM)

NOTICE

If the Motor Control Module is replaced, the selector 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 21. 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

24

1A

10

1B

2

3 r_257396_3b9905_01b

6

8

9

11

5 r_257396_3b9905_03b

13

7

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8

9

10

11

12

13

Ref

A

B

C

1A, 1B

2

3

5

6

7

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

Callo ut Button Function

CA System enable/ disable

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

CB System

Status

Indicator

Light

Displays system status. See System

Status Indicator (CB) Conditions on page 27 for details.

CC Stop Stop all system processes. Is not a safety or emergency stop.

Callo ut 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 number or making a selection.

CF Enter

CG Lock/Set up

Acknowledge changing a value or making a selection.

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

CH Navigation

Navigate within a screen or to a new screen.

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CS

CJ

Component Identification

CK

CL

CP

CN

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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

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 41.

Current date and time Previous screen Current screen Next screen

Mode

Faults, Status

Enter/Exit screen

Previous screen no.

Current screen no.

Next screen no.

Function display

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

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D

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Component Identification

Temperature Control Module (Heated HFR Only)

2

LED

Signals

5

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

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2

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

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Heat Control Zone Selection

(Heated models only)

The HFR unit supports 4 independent temperature control zones. The high power temperature control modules 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 temperature 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

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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

B

C

D

E

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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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 99 for space requirements.

b.

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 qualified electrician connect power and ground to main power

switch terminals, see step 3 in this setup procedure.

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

3.

Connect electrical cord.

Table 1: Power Cord Requirements

Model

Heated HFR,

230V, 1 phase

Heated HFR,

230V, 3 phase

Heated HFR,

400V, 3 phase

Cord Requirements

AWG (mm

2

)

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

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

NOTE: See Power Line Voltage Surges information on page 34.

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

Cord Requirements

AWG (mm

2

)

6 (13.3), 2 wire + ground

8 (8.4), 3 wire + ground

6 (13.3), 4 wire + ground †

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Setup

Power Line Voltage Surges

Power conversion equipment can be sensitive to voltage 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 withstands 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 tolerable 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 quality 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.

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:

Maximum Permissible Transient Voltage Surges

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

1400

1200

1000

800

1200Vac, 1697Vdc

<--1 MW Max Surge Power

600

400

200

480Vac, 679Vdc

<--150 KW Max Surge Power

336Vac, 475Vdc

<--50 KW Max Surge Power

288Vac, 407Vdc

0

0.000001 0.00001 0.0001 0.001 0.01

Time (seconds)

0.1

<--No Power Limit

264Vac, 373Vdc

1 10

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Setup

4.

Connect feed pumps a.

Install feed pumps (K) in component A (Red)

and B (Blue) supply drums. See F IG

. 1 and F IG .

2, pages 19 and 21.

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

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 operating.

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

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Recommended: Connect high pressure hose

(R) to relief fittings (BA, BB) of both PRES-

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

See F IG . 1, page 19.

b.

Seal component A (Red) drum and use desiccant 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.

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) supply hose to the 3/4 npt(f) swivel on the component 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 19.

6.

For Heated HFR models only, install Fluid Temperature Sensor (FTS) a.

Install FTS between main hose and whip hose.

See Heated Hose manual 3A0237 for instructions.

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Setup

7.

Connect hose

NOTE: For Heated HFR models only, see Heated Hose manual 3A0237 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 35 for FTS installation. Hose length, including whip hose, must be 10 ft (3 m) minimum.

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 3A0237 for heated hose connection details and illustrations for the various types of heated hoses.

Y a.

Turn main power OFF .

V 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 various 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 prevent 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.

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8.

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

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Setup

9.

For models with an MD2 valve, connect whip hose to MD2 valve component A (Red) and component 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 . 13.

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10.

Pressure check hose

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

11.

Ground system pense gun firmly to the side of a grounded

metal pail, then trigger gun.

12.

Check hydraulic fluid level

Hydraulic reservoir is filled at the factory. Check fluid level before operating the first time, and weekly thereaf-

ter. See Technical Data on page 97 for specifications.

13.

IsoGuard Select Fluid system setup

Component A (Red) Pump: Fill IsoGuard Select reservoir (LR) with IsoGuard Select fluid (provided by Graco).

a.

Lift the reservoir (LR) out of the bracket (RB) and remove the container from the cap.

RB

LR

This equipment must be grounded.

a.

HFR: grounded through power cord. See step 3 on page 33.

b.

EP Gun or Dispense Valve: If supplied, connect whip hose ground wire to FTS, see step 6 on page 35. 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 conductive, 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-

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Fill with fresh fluid. Thread the reservoir onto the cap assembly and place it in the bracket (RB).

c.

Push the supply tube approximately 1/3 of the way into the reservoir. The supply tube is the tube with the check valve with an arrow pointing in the direction of flow towards the IsoGuard

Select fluid cylinder.

d.

Push the return tube into the reservoir until it reaches the bottom. The return tube is the tube with the check valve with an arrow pointing in the direction of flow away from the IsoGuard

Select fluid cylinder.

NOTE: The return tube must reach the bottom of the reservoir to ensure that isocyanate crystals will settle to the bottom and not be siphoned into the supply tube and returned to the pump.

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Setup

14. Prime IsoGuard Select fluid cylinder

The IsoGuard Select fluid cylinder must be primed when

replacing IsoGuard Select fluid. See IsoGuard Select

System on page 76 for instructions.

8.

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 RELIEF/CIRCULA-

EP Gun

1.

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

2.

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

Related Manuals on page 3 for detailed instruc-

tions.

3.

Engage gun safety lock.

4.

Set PRESSURE RELIEF/DISPENSE valves (SA,

SB) to DISPENSE

SA

.

SB

TION

GA

, until gauges show balanced pressures.

GB

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

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9.

Disengage gun piston safety lock.

10. Perform a test pour into a waste container. Adjust pressure and temperature to get desired results.

Equipment is ready to dispense.

MD2 Valve

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1.

If MD2 Valve has a trigger, engage valve trigger safety lock.

5.

Press green.

to enable system. LED should be solid

6.

Check that heat zones are on and temperatures are

on target, see Status Screen on page 56.

7.

Check fluid pressure display and adjust as necessary.

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Connect air line. Open bleed-type master air line valve.

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3.

Set PRESSURE RELIEF/DISPENSE valves (SA,

SB) to DISPENSE .

SA

SB

Setup ratio by weight. See Ratio Checking in MD2 Valve manual 312185 for more information.

10. Equipment is ready to dispense.

Vacuum De-gas

TION

GA

, until gauges show balanced pressures.

GB

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

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Press green.

to enable system. LED should be solid

5.

Check that heat zones are on and temperatures are

on target. See Status Screen on page 56.

6.

Check fluid pressure display and adjust as necessary.

7.

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 RELIEF/CIRCULA-

8.

If MD2 Valve has a trigger, disengage valve trigger safety lock.

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 manifold.

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 manifold.

11. Turn off the vacuum pump.

12. Open the top ball valve of the vacuum tree manifold.

NOTICE

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

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9.

Perform mix ratio test using two tared cups. Then weigh cups and divide the weights to verify the mix

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.

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.

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 manifold.

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.

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

13. Close bottom ball valve of the vacuum tree manifold).

14. Turn off the vacuum pump.

15. Open the top ball valve of the vacuum tree manifold.

NOTICE

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

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

9.

Press the Initiate Auto-Refill button ( ). The

Active Shot/Sequence button (

Operating Mode button (

) and Select

) will each change to the Manual Refill Tank Select button ( ) if a valid

Manual Refill mode is enabled.

10. Press the appropriate Auto-Refill Tank Select button or buttons ( and/or ) to select the tanks to refill.

11. 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 initiated auto-refill has completed. To complete a manually initiated auto-refill after an aborted or timed out auto-refill, restart at step 2.

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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 initialization 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 26. If the System Status Indicator

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

7.

If L-Head is installed, define L-Head control

details. See Mix Head Operating Details Screen, page 46.

8.

Define level sensors and refill settings. See Supply

Screen, page 48.

9.

Enable/disable temperature conditioning components. See Conditioning Screen 1, page 49.

10. Define temperature conditioning setpoints. See

Conditioning Screen 2, page 50.

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

tings. See Conditioning Screen 3, page 50.

12. Calibrate machine. See Calibration Screen, Main, page 44.

13. Define shots. See Shots Screen, page 43.

14. Define sequences. See Sequences Screen, page 43.

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

Screen, page 48.

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 50.

2.

Set units of measure. See Advanced Screen 2, page 51.

3.

Enable/disable system features. See Advanced

Screen 3, page 51.

4.

Define control mode, dispense mode, and pump

information. See System Screen 1, page 45.

5.

Define dispense valve and other system settings.

See System Screen 2, page 46.

6.

Define labels and other system settings. See Sys-

tem Screen 3, page 47.

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Setup Screens

Setup Screens

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 Run

Screens on page 52. F IG . 14 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 . 14: Setup Screens Navigation Diagram

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Setup Screens

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 53 for informa-

tion on how to use predefined shots.

NOTE: 100 shot definition are available across ten pages.

To edit a shot definition:

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.

Icon Function

Sequences Screen

This screen allows the user to edit sequence information. The contents of this screen change based on the

Dispense and Control Mode selections. If manual mode is selected, shot number and dispense detail columns are shown. If Automatic mode is selected, a fourth column appears for editing the delay before the next sequence position.

Dispense detail is shown as volume, time, or weight depending on which Dispense Mode is selected. See

System Screen 1 on page 45 for Dispense Mode

options. See Home Screen, Sequence Mode on page 54 for information on how to use predefined

sequences.

NOTE: 5 sequences with 20 positions each are available across 10 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.

To change the sequence type:

1.

Press the Enter screen button then use the arrow keys to navigate to the sequence type drop-down box and press the Enter button .

2.

Select the desired sequence type then press the

Enter button to accept the change.

Sequence Type Selection

Shot Number

Pressure

Flow

Time (Duration)

Volume

Weight

Icon Function

Sequence Position

Shot Number

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Icon

Time (Duration)

Function

Volume

Weight

Delay Before Next Position

(Functions in Automatic Sequence

Mode only)

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 65

for how to use this screen to calibrate the machine.

Current position

Calibration Screen, Main

This screen shows calibration information for the system and provides access to other calibration screens. See

Calibrate HFR on page 65 for how to use the calibration

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.

Previously saved left position

Icon

Previously saved right position

Pump Graphic

Function

Move pump

Icon Function

Access Learn Mode Calibration screen

Access Weight Calibration and Material

Specific Gravity Entry screen

Erase all dispense data learned from past shots. Use whenever a significant change in restriction occurs in the system.

Stop Dispense

Select left direction

Select right direction

Proceed to next step in calibration procedure

Back to main calibration screen

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Calibration Screen, Specific Gravity

This screen allows the user to enter material specific

gravities and perform weight calibration shots. See Cali-

brate HFR on page 65 for how and when to use this

screen to calibrate the machine.

Icon

Shot Weight

Function

Average weight for the calibration point

Begin Dispense

Stop Dispense

Run MCM Learn Mode

Erase data for the selected calibration point

Proceed to next step in calibration procedure

System Screen 1

This screen allows the user to set important system settings. 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 regardless of pressure fluctuations unless pressure alarm conditions 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 65 for more

information.

Pump sizes and inlet pressures must be entered on this screen.

If pump sizes and inlet pressures are not entered properly, 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 displayed 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 manual 313998 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 correct dispense valve is selected on System Screen 2.

Back to main calibration screen

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System Screen 2

This screen allows the user to set the Gel Timer properties 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, the Dispense

Valve Details button will become active. 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 46.

Selecting the dispense valve will limit the system maximum working pressure to the maximum working pres-

sure of the dispense valve. See System Screen 1 on page 45.

Mix Head Operating Details Screen

This screen allows the user to define the mix head operating parameters.

Low Pressure Circulation: The percentage of setpoint at which the system will run during low pressure circulation.

Pre-Dispense Circulation: The time for which the system will circulate at high pressure prior to dispensing 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 position 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 Normally 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 Normally 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.

To edit a label:

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.

1.

Press .

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 Keyboard Screen on page 47.

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. It is the allowable difference in pressure between the two materials before an alarm is triggered.

Pressure

Imbalance

Setting

Icon Function

Erase Label

Abort Changing the Label

Backspace

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Maintenance Screen

This screen shows shot number and sequence position counters.

This screen shows shot number and sequence position counters. Press the Enter Screen button and navigate to the drop down box. Press the enter key and scroll to a range of counters to view. Press the enter key 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 the Erase Individual button. Alternatively, each counter displayed on the page may be erased simultaneously by pressing the

Erase All button.

Icon Function

Sequence Position

Shot Number

Erase Individual Counter

Erase All Counters on Page

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 install-

ing 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

• Automatic refill is not supported, no button is provided on the run screens to initiate an automatic 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 an automatic refill operation at any time

• Automatic refill will run until either the high level sensor sees materia, 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

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• 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

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 deviation 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 operation.

The refill time-out setting may be set by the user as a means to abort the dispense in the case of a high level sensor 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. Setting the refill time-out to a value of 0 will disable the feature.

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 component is installed. A maximum of four components may be selected.

Icon

Primary Heater

Heated Hose

Chiller

Function

Tank Blanket Heater

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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.

Conditioning Screen 3

This screen allows the user to configure Night Mode operation. In Night Mode, the system will cycle on and off periodically. Press the Enter Screen button and adjust the on and off durations as desired.

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.

NOTE: Gray fields on this screen are items unavailable at this time. Future product releases will incorporate these features.

NOTE: All components are shown installed for reference only. Only 4 components can be installed at one time.

To edit the temperature setpoint and alarms for a particular component:

1.

Press the Enter Screen button and navigate to the component you wish to edit.

2.

Press the enter key to display the setpoint and alarm values associated with that component.

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.

3.

Edit the setpoint and alarm values and then press the page back button to return to the previous screen.

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Advanced Screen 2

This screen allows the user to set the units of measure.

Advanced Screen 3

Enable Downloading of USB Logs: When this box is checked, USB logs will be automatically downloaded when a USB drive is inserted into the ADM.

Complete Dispense with Setpoint Error: When this box is checked, the shot will continue dispensing even if the system never reaches the desired setpoint.

The screen displays the date of the last USB log download. When downloading logs, only data recorded since the displayed date will be downloaded. To reset the date and force a download of the USB logs in their entirety, press the Erase Single button next to the Date of Last

Download label. The next time a USB drive is inserted into the ADM, the complete USB logs will be down-

loaded. See USB Operation on page 58 for a complete

explanation.

This screen allows the user to control the availability of a few key system features.

Disable Dispensing: Check this box to disable dispensing from the ADM. A footswitch, gun trigger, or other external signal will be the only means with which to trigger a dispense.

Disable Modifying Temp Setpoint: Check this box to disable modifying temperature setpoints from the

Status run screen.

Disable Operator Mode Adjustments: When this box is checked, the user will not be able to adjust the dispense setpoint in Operator Mode.

Low Heater Temp Disables Dispense: When this box is checked, the system will reject dispense requests on system power up until all enabled heat zones have reached their setpoint.

High Chiller Temp Disables Dispense: When this box is checked, the system will disable dispensing on system power up until all enabled chiller zones have reached their setpoint.

Operator Mode Cavitation Alarm: Check this box to enable cavitation alarms in Operator Mode. Clear this box to disable cavitation alarms in Operator

Mode.

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Run Screens

Run Screens

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 . 15: 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.

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.

* Supply tanks shown for reference only. Your system may not include supply tanks.

Icon Function

Select mode.

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Home Screen, Standby Mode

In Standby Mode, the user can enable heating, park the pumps, refill the tanks, circulate materials

Home Screen, Shot Mode

This mode allows the user to select one of 100 pre-

defined shot numbers. See Shots Screen on page 43

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 the Enter button ber.

to select the shot num-

4.

Press the dispense button to begin dispensing.

Icon Function

Select mode

Set system in park (icon will be selected when system is parked)

Open, Close Valve

A (Red) and B (Blue) refill button

(Press to start/abort refill)

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

With a mix head installed: Turns on the mix head hydraulics and puts the machine in low pressure circulation.

With a Fusion gun: Stalls the system at pressure.

Press a second time to turn off instigated system action.

Target

Flow/Pressure

Ratio

Icon

OR

Target dispense amount (time/volume/weight depending on Dispense Mode)

Function

Select mode

Dispense

Jump in and use the key pad to select a shot number.

A (Red) and B (Blue) refill button

(Press to start/abort refill)

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

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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 43 for information about editing sequence defini-

tions.

To use a predefined sequence:

1.

Ensure that the machine is in Sequence Mode.

2.

Press the sequence letter/position selection button.

3.

Use the left and right arrows to toggle between letter 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.

4.

Press the enter key to accept the sequence letter/position.

5.

Press the Dispense button to begin dispensing.

Icon

Home Screen, Operator Mode

This mode allows users to set a pressure or flow rate to dispense material without using predefined shot information. Pressure or flow rate availability is dependent

on the Control Mode selection, see System Screen 2 on page 46.

To edit the pressure or flow rate, press the button.

The value to change will now be highlighted. Type the new value then press the Enter button to accept it.

The machine will begin dispensing at the set pressure or flow rate when the dispense button is pressed and will stop dispensing when it is pressed again. If a foot switch is installed, the machine will dispense and continue to dispense until the foot switch is released. If the foot switch is used with a Mix Head installed a foot switch press will start the pre-dispense timer and dispense material when the timer expires. Another foot switch press will terminate the dispense and start the post dispense timer.

Target

Flow/Pressure

Ratio

Target dispense amount (time/volume/weight depending on Dispense Mode)

Function

Skip the next shot in selected sequence. Only available when the system is not dispensing.

Abort sequence and reset to first valid position

A (Red) and B (Blue) refill button

(Press to start/abort refill)

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

Icon Function

Select mode

Ratio

Operator

Setting

OR

Dispense

Jump in to select sequence letter and position.

A (Red) resettable material counter

B (Blue) resettable material counter

Total of resettable material counters

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Icon Function

Select mode.

Dispense

Edit Operator Dispense Setting

Lock Dispense Valve Closed

(Press to lock the valved closed during a dispense. Used to circulate through the material manifold back to the tank

(the Pressure Relief/Dispense Valves will need to be in the relief position).

A (Red) and B (Blue) refill button

(Press to start/abort refill)

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

Home Screen, Night Mode

In Night Mode, the system will cycle on and off periodically. The recirculation on/off cycle begins automatically upon entering Night Mode. See

Conditioning Screen 3 on page 50.

Icon Function

With a mix head installed: Turns on the mix head hydraulics and puts the machine in low pressure circulation.

With a Fusion gun: Stalls the system at pressure.

Press a second time to turn off instigated system action.

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.

Icon

Select mode

Function

Icon Function

Select mode

Move L-Head Cleanout Rod

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Status Screen

The status screen provides all of the operational functionality 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 conditioning information and control.

Status Screen, Conditioning Control

This screen allows users to turn on and off heat zones individually or all at once. The grey circles indicate that a zone is off and green circles indicate that a zone is on.

When a zone is on it is actively controlling temperature.

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 all zones are on, the button will be selected. Press the button again to turn all zones off.

Icon Function

Current and setpoint temperature for primary heater. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for heated hose. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for tank blanket. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for chiller. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Press to enter the Conditioning Control screen

All zones shown for reference. Only four zones may be active at one time.

Icon Function

Current and setpoint temperature for primary heater. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for heated hose. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for tank blanket. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

Current and setpoint temperatures for chiller. Not displayed if heat zone is not enabled.

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Run Screens

Icon Function

Turn on or off the highlighted zone.

Turn on or off all zones.

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.

Refer to the Troubleshooting section on page 77 for a

detailed description of all of the system errors.

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 material usage counters, units are displayed next to the volume/weight indicator icons.

To erase a batch counter, press the Enter Screen button and navigate to the field to be erased. Press the Erase

Single button to erase that data point. Alternatively, the

Erase All button may be pressed to erase all of the batch data points simultaneously.

Events Screens

This screen shows users a list of events that have occurred in the system. Each event includes a description 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 77 for a

detailed description of all of the system events.

Icon Function

Amount of material moved through pump (volume tracking)

Cycles

Weight

Erase a single batch

Erase all batch data points

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USB Operation

USB Operation

Overview

There are 3 main uses for the USB on a GMS system

• Ability to download a log of the past 50,000 errors and events and a shot log that can contain over

250,000 snapshots of critical dispense information

• Ability to download, modify, and upload custom language files

• Ability to download and upload system configurations

• This data includes most user selectable and user configurable settings.

• This data does not include pump counters, error and event logs, shot and sequence counters

USB Options

The only options for USB on the ADM are in Advanced

Screen 2, see page 51.

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-quality

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 recirculation, 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, 10/01/09. 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 overwritten so in order to minimize download times and the risk of losing data it is recommended that the user download 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 . 16: DOWNLOAD, DATAxxxx Folders

Each time a stick-drive 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 two 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.

USB Operation

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USB Operation

Example LOG01 File

The LOG01 file is the Errors and Events log file.

Example LOG02 File

The LOG02 file is the Shot Data Log file.

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USB Operation

Transfer System Settings

NOTICE

Low-quality USB stick drives may lead to burning out the USB port on the ADM. Use only high-quality

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 transferred. 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 automatically 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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USB Operation

Update Custom Language

NOTICE

Low-quality USB stick drives may lead to burning out the USB port on the ADM. Use only high-quality

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 transferred. 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 63.

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 automatically 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

USB Operation

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Startup

Startup

g.

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

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

FV

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 Flush-

ing on page 69.

a.

Check that all machine connections are setup.

See Setup procedure, page 33.

b.

Check that inlet screens are clean before daily

startup, see page 75.

c.

Check level and condition of ISO lube daily, see

IsoGuard Select

System on page 76.

SA d.

Turn on component B (Blue) agitator, 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 component A (Red) and component B (Blue) parts. h.

Use feed pumps to load system. i.

For models with an EP 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.

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Start feed pumps.

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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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Startup

2.

Calibrate HFR

The HFR calibration procedure is a two step process.

The first step, Learn Mode, must be performed whenever the pump line is rebuilt or if any other maintenance is performed that may affect the mechanical tolerances in the pump line. 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. b.

Place a waste container below the dispense valve. The next steps will cause the machine to dispense material.

If the system is to be used in a Time or Volume Dispense Mode, system calibration is complete after the

Learn Mode procedure described above. However, if the system is to be used in Weight Dispense mode and the application requires that the dispense amount be accurate and consistent then the weight calibration procedure below must be followed.

Weight Calibration Procedure:

NOTE: Only perform Weight Calibration procedure if the system will be run in Weight Dispense mode.

The Weight Calibration procedure must be run with the system production-ready. Orifice sizes and hose lengths must be finalized, material should be at temperature and any conditioning zones that will be on during production should be turned on. Any variation in system setup between when this procedure is run and the production environment will result in a decrease is system dispense accuracy. a.

Navigate to the Weight Calibration screen . b.

Navigate to the Cal. Setpoint text box then enter the desired set point (pressure or flow, based on selected Control Mode).

c.

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

d.

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. e.

After the pump stops moving, press the continue 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. c.

Press .

d.

Put a waste container under the dispense valve.

e.

Press or the footswitch to start the system characterization process. The pump will start to operate at the entered setpoint until it learns the proper control parameters, then repeat the process at 60% of that value. When it is complete, the icon will change back to .

f.

Press again to deactivate.

g.

Select the Cal. Point 1 of 2 text box under the scale graphic.

h.

With a waste container under the dispense valve, press or the footswitch to dispense a

Cal. 1 shot. Discard the dispensed material.

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Startup i.

Select the Cal. 1 Shot Average field then press

to erase the value.

j.

Select the Cal. Point 1 of 2 text box.

3.

Set temperatures (Heated models only) k.

Press or the footswitch to dispense a Cal. 1 shot.

l.

Weight the material dispensed and enter the weight in the text box.

m. Repeat the previous two steps three more times. The logic will automatically average the readings and provide the result in the second text box in the row.

n.

Select the Cal. Point 2 of 2 text box under the scale graphic.

o.

Press or the footswitch to dispense a Cal. 2 shot.

p.

Weight the dispensed material and enter the weight in the text box.

q.

Repeat the previous two steps three more times. The logic will automatically average the readings and provide the result in the second text box in the row.

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 50 for details. For minor

adjustments to the temperature setpoint once the

machine has been initially configured, see the Status

Screen on page 56.

4.

Set system control and dispense modes: See

System Screen 1 on page 45.

5.

Set pump sizes: See System Screen 1 on page 45.

6.

Define Shot Recipes a.

Navigate to the Shots screen.

r.

Press .

The system is now able to dispense accurate material amounts for the setpoint provided during the process. If a weight dispense operation uses a setpoint significantly different from the setpoint used in during calibration an advisory will be provided to inform the user that the dispense accuracy may be degraded.

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. 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. Continue pulling the trigger until the pump stops moving.

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 68.

6.

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

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Pressure Relief Procedure

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.

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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 97 for list of wetted compo-

nents to verify compatibility of solvent with wetted 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

• 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.

RELIEF/CIRCULATION lines (N).

SA

. Flush through bleed

SB

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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 moisture-free plasticizer or oil. Do not use water. See

Important Two-Component Material Information on page 17.

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 cardboard, 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 75

Inspect IsoGuard Select

fluid level and condition, refill or

replace as needed, page 76

Check hydraulic fluid level

Grease circulation valves with

Fusion grease (117773)

Verify operation of air drying system to prevent isocyanate crystallization

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

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 chamber ports regularly, see dispense valve manual

Clean dispense valve check valve screens, see dispense valve manual

Schedule

After first 250 hours of operation or within 3 months, whichever comes first

Daily

Daily

Daily

Weekly

Weekly

Weekly

Weekly

Monthly

As needed

See dispense valve manual

See dispense valve manual

Change Break-in Oil

After initial break-in, see Table 5 for recommended frequency 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 97. If fluid is dark in color, change fluid

and filter.

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Maintenance

Advanced Display Module (ADM)

2.

Remove token access panel.

Replace Battery

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

To replace the battery:

1.

Disconnect power to the ADM.

2.

Remove rear access panel.

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3.

Insert and press token (T) firmly into slot. There is no preferred orientation of the token.

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3.

Remove the old battery and replace with a new

CR2032 battery.

4.

Replace rear access panel.

Install Upgrade Token

To install software upgrades:

1.

Turn off system power at main power switch (MP).

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4.

Turn system power on. The red indicator light (L) will flash until new firmware is completely loaded. Wait for red indicator light to stop flashing.

5.

Turn off system power at main power switch (MP).

6.

Remove token (T).

7.

Replace token access panel.

Cleaning

Use any alcohol-based household cleaner, such as glass cleaner, to clean the ADM.

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Maintenance

Motor Control Module (MCM)

3.

Insert and press token (T) firmly into slot.

NOTE: There is no preferred orientation of the token.

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

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

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T

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Install Upgrade Token

NOTE: The MCM connection to the system is temporarily disabled during the installation of upgrade tokens.

1.

Turn off system power at main power switch (MP).

2.

Remove access cover (D).

4.

Turn system power on. The red LED (L) will flash until the software is uploaded. Wait for the red indicator light to stop flashing. See F IG . 19.

5.

Turn off system power at main power switch (MP) when software has successfully uploaded or key token is no longer required.

6.

Remove token (T).

7.

Replace access cover (D).

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Maintenance

Fluid Control Module (FCM)

Install Upgrade and Key Tokens

Note: FCM connection to system is temporarily disabled during the installation of upgrade or key tokens.

1.

Ensure system is inactive.

2.

Remove access cover (D).

4.

Press and hold the push button (M) for three seconds and then release. The red LED (L) until the

software is uploaded. See F IG . 21.

5.

Remove token (T) when software has successfully uploaded or key token is no longer required.

NOTE: Upgrade tokens can be removed once the software has successfully uploaded. If key tokens are used by your Graco Control Architecture based system they must remain in the FCM for features or settings to be enabled. Key tokens are not present on all Graco Control Architecture based systems.

6.

Replace access cover (D).

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F IG . 20

3.

Insert and press token (T) firmly into slot.

NOTE: There is no preferred orientation of token.

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S

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Maintenance

Temperature Control Module

3.

Insert and press token (T) firmly into slot. There is no preferred orientation of the token.

Clean

Keep heat sink fins clean at all times. Wipe the fins clean with a dry cloth or clean them using compressed air.

NOTE:

Do not use conductive cleaning solvents on the temperature control modules.

Heat Sink Fins

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L

4.

Turn on system power at main power switch (MP).

The red indicator light (L) will flash until new firmware is completely loaded. Wait for red indicator light to stop flashing.

5.

Turn system power off.

6.

Remove token (T).

7.

Replace token access panel.

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Install Upgrade Token

1.

Turn off system power at main power switch (MP).

2.

Remove token access panel.

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Maintenance

Fluid Inlet Strainer Screen

6.

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

59d

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, transfer, and operating procedures, to minimize contamination 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 68.

2.

Close the fluid inlet valve at the pump inlet and shut off the appropriate feed pump. This prevents material 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 manifold.

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.

F IG . 25. Fluid Inlet Strainer

59g*

59h

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Maintenance

IsoGuard Select

System

Check the condition of the A (Red) pump IsoGuard

Select fluid daily. Change the fluid if it becomes a gel, its color darkens, or it becomes diluted with isocyanate.

Gel formation is due to moisture absorption by the pump

IsoGuard Select fluid. The interval between changes depends on the environment in which the equipment is operating. The pump lubrication system minimizes exposure to moisture, but some contamination is still possible.

Fluid discoloration is due to continual seepage of small amounts of isocyanate past the pump packings during operation. If the packings are operating properly, Iso-

Guard Select fluid replacement due to discoloration should not be necessary more often than every 3 or 4 weeks.

To change pump IsoGuard Select fluid:

1.

Perform Pressure Relief Procedure on page 68.

2.

Remove fittings from IsoGuard Select fluid cylinder inlet and outlet ports. Keep supply tube (ST), return tube (RT), and leak management tube (LT) connected to the fittings.

3.

Carefully place ends of tubes with fittings still connected into an empty pail to drain IsoGuard Select fluid.

4.

Lift the IsoGuard Select fluid reservoir (LR) out of the bracket (RB) and remove the container from the cap. Holding the cap over a suitable container, remove the inlet check valve and allow the IsoGuard

Select fluid to drain. Reattach the check valve to the

inlet hose. See F IG . 26.

5.

Drain the reservoir and flush it with clean IsoGuard

Select fluid.

6.

When the reservoir is flushed clean, fill with fresh

IsoGuard Select fluid.

7.

Thread the reservoir onto the cap assembly and place it in the bracket (RB).

8.

Push the supply tube (ST) approximately 1/3 of the way into the reservoir.

9.

Push the return tube (RT) into the reservoir until it reaches the bottom.

NOTE:

The return tube must reach the bottom of the reservoir, to ensure that isocyanate crystals will settle to the bottom and not be siphoned into the supply tube and returned to the pump.

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F IG . 26: IsoGuard Select Fluid System

Prime IsoGuard Select Fluid Cylinder

Ensure that the IsoGuard Select fluid cylinder outlet faces upward for air to exhaust.

1.

Install IsoGuard Select fluid cylinder inlet fitting and inlet tube into bottom of cylinder. The inlet tube is the tube with a check valve installed in it which points in the direction of flow towards the IsoGuard

Select fluid cylinder.

2.

Install IsoGuard Select fluid cylinder outlet fitting and outlet tube into top of cylinder. The outlet tube is the tube with a check valve installed in it which points in the direction of flow away from the Iso-

Guard Select fluid cylinder.

3.

Remove check valve from end of outlet tube.

4.

Use funnel to pour IsoGuard Select fluid into tube to fill cylinder.

5.

With check valve arrow pointing away from the Iso-

Guard Select fluid cylinder, install check valve in end of outlet tube.

6.

Install tubes into reservoir and install reservoir into holder.

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Before performing any troubleshooting procedure:

1.

Perform Pressure Relief Procedure on page 68.

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 controls are properly set and wiring is correct before assuming there is a problem.

Light Tower (Optional)

Signal

Green on only

Yellow on

Red flashing

Red on

Description

System is powered up and there are no error conditions present

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 yellow 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

Significant material leaking from pump seal

Material dispensed not correct weight

Cause

No Power

Thrown Breaker

Loose Connection

Bad Display Module

Ball Valve closed (if Installed)

Tank Empty

Tank Clogged

Air In Material

Pump shaft worn and/or shaft seal worn

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

Check valve malfunction

Piston worn or broken

A (Red) and B (Blue) Primary Heaters

Control of primary heat is abnormal; high temperature overshoots

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 3 point 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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Troubleshooting

Problem

Hose Heat System

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

Hose does not maintain temperature while spraying

Hose temperature exceeds setpoint

Erratic hose temperature

Hose does not heat

Hoses near system are warm, but hoses downstream are cold

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 heaters are overheating material

Faulty RTD connections

Faulty thermocouple connection

FTS not installed correctly

FTS failed or is not contacting correctly

FTS not installed correctly

Temperature control alarm

Shorted connection or failed hose heating element

Solution

Use auxiliary hose system.

Check FTS

Verify line voltage. Low line voltage significantly reduces power available to hose heat system, affecting 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, affecting 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 thermocouple 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

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

See ADM Error Codes with Description, Cause,

and Solution on page 80

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 indicator light is on.

3.

Repair the valve.

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Troubleshooting

Problem

Material imbalance.

Erratic pump movement

Pump output low

Cause Solution

Inadequate flow from pump; cavitation Increase fluid supply to proportioning pump:

Pressure relief/circulation valve leaking back to supply

Pump cavitation

• 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 3A0019

Check feed pump pressure and adjust to 100 psi (0.7

MPa, 7 bar) minimum.

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Troubleshooting

ADM Error Codes with Description, Cause, and Solution

Error

Code

T4N1

T3N1

T4H1

T3H1

Error Name

Motor Temp.

Shutdown

Motor Temp.

Cutback

Oil Temp.

Shutdown

Oil Temp.

Cutback

Error Description

Motor temperature is too high and system has been shutdown to prevent possible damage

Motor temperature is approaching a level where damage is possible so the motor control module is limiting the output to a safe level

The hydraulic oil is at a temperature where performance is impacted significantly and has resulted in a system shutdown

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

Error

Type

Alarm

Advisory

Alarm

Deviation

Cause

Low air volume from fan

Solution

No power to fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris is fan or fan grill Clear debris from fan/fan grill

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

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/pump coupler may be rubbing on hydraulic

Reset coupler per specifications and retighten set pump screws

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

No power to 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

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

MBH1 Low Oil Level

A4H1

A4N1

A4M1

A9C1

Motor Over

Current

Motor Over

Current

Motor Over

Current

Motor Over

Current

The volume of oil in the tank is below the minimum level

Alarm needed for the system to properly operate

High current has been detected on a phase and has been shutdown to prevent damage

A hardware current fault has occurred causing a system shutdown

Too much current is being drawn from the wall

A software error has occurred commanding too much current

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Low oil level

Loose/bad connection

Bad level sensor

Leak in hydraulic driver

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.

Leak in the hydraulic reservoir, heat exchanger

Inspect the hydraulic reservoir fittings and filter for leaks. Repair or replace as necessary and replace lost oil.

Bad internal wiring of the motor

Replace motor

Short circuit of motor wiring

Short circuit of motor wiring

Check wiring to the motor to ensure no bare wires are touching and that no wires are shorted to ground

Check wiring to the motor to ensure no bare wires are touching and that no wires are shorted to ground

Motor rotor has become locked

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.

Low voltage from the wall Make sure the supply line is properly sized for the during load load and is above the minimum voltage requirements

Bad Motor Control

Module code

Check for MCM software update, load latest MCM software, if problem persists contact Graco

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Troubleshooting

Error

Code

T4C1

Error Name Error Description

The temperature the MCM has

Motor Control reached a level where product life will be decreased

High Temp.

drastically and has been shutdown for protection

Error

Type

Alarm

Cause Solution

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

V4H0

V1H1

WBH1

The voltage to the MCM has

Motor Control reached an unsafe level and

Overvoltage has been shutdown in an attempt to prevent damage

Motor Control

The voltage to the MCM has

Undervoltage dropped to a level where performance is greatly affected

Motor

Encoder Fault

An error has been detected on the motor position sensor

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Supply lines providing high voltage

Check incoming voltage to ensure it is below the maximum operating voltage

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

Failing sensors

Loose connection

If error persists the motor will need to be replaced

Ensure the d-sub connector to the motor is connected and the wiring is intact

WMH1

Motor

Controller

Fault

MBN1

WKH1

N4A1

A general fault has occurred within the MCM

Deviation Internal hardware failure

Cycle power, if the error persists the MCM will need to be replaced

Low Motor

Performance

High Motor

Speed

Pump Failed to Move

The motor magnetism has decreased to the point where performance is greatly reduced

The motor has reached a speed that should not be reached in normal operation and was shutdown to prevent possible damage

The MCM attempted to move the pump but no movement was detected

Advisory

Alarm

Deviation

Prolonged exposure to heat or high voltage

If error persists and performance can no longer satisfy the user requirements the motor will need to be replaced

No power to directional value

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

The hydraulic power pack will need repair

Defective encoder Replace encoder

Motor no longer coupled to hydraulic pump

Reset coupler per specifications and retighten set screws

Supply tube from hydraulic pump to manifold is loose or broken

Broken motor shaft

Retighten or replace supply tube

Replace motor

Motor failure

Hydraulic power pack failure

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

Loose/bad connection to

Check to ensure the linear position sensor is properly the linear position sensor connected to the MCM and the wiring has not be damaged

Failure of the linear position sensor

Replace the linear position sensor

Motor no longer coupled to hydraulic pump

Reset coupler per specifications and retighten set screws

Supply tube from hydraulic pump to manifold is loose or broken

Retighten or replace supply tube

Broken motor shaft

Over-pressure valve dumping to tank

Replace motor

Verify that no outside forces are stopping the pump from moving, then inspect over-pressure valve for damage or debris

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Troubleshooting

Error

Code

WSC0

B9C0

P4D0

DSC0

D5A1

05A1

500

D6A1

P6A1

P6B2

Error Name

Invalid

Setpoint

Request

Small Shot

Request

Pressure

Imbalance

Error Description

The requested controlling value (pressure or flow) is outside the limits of the system

The requested dispense amount is below the minimum amount of the system (25% of the combined pump volumes is the minimum)

The pressure difference between the Red and Blue material is greater than the defined amount

Error

Type

Deviation

Deviation

Alarm

Cause

System incorrectly setup

Shot incorrectly defined

Solution

On the ADM go into the setup screens -> System-> and ensure that all pages have properly defined values

Redefine shot with control parameters within the limits of the system

Pumps are defined with the wrong size

On the ADM go into the Setup screens to the System screens then make sure that the pump sizes are defined correctly

Requested shot is below the capabilities of the

If the user has to be able to take the shot the system current pump setup must be fitted with smaller pumps

Dispense line is clogged

Pressure imbalance is defined too low

Ensure the material flow is equally restricted on both material lines

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

Orifice blocks closed off too much on one or both sides

Verify that one or both of the orifice blocks dispense when adjusted to the fully open position then adjust accordingly

Debris in the orifice block

Relieve system pressure then remove the orifice from the orifice block and inspect for debris in the cavity

Pumps Not

Defined

The type or size of the Red or

Blue material pumps have not been defined

Alarm

Invalid Learn

Mode Data

Invalid Auto

Cal. Data

This calibration lets the MCM know where the ends of the pump are. If the data gathered during this process is outside Deviation of normal parameters the machine will operate with a greatly reduced stroke.

The system will ignore the calibration data gathered and will use information gathered during dispenses

Recalibrate the machine Rerun the learn mode calibration

Loose/bad connection

Bad linear position sensor

Deviation Invalid data

Check to ensure the pressure transducer is properly installed and all wires are properly connected

Verify pump moves to limits, if problem persists replace linear position sensor

If any messages appeared indicating why the calibration failed attempt to fix the problem then re-run the calibration

Invalid

Weight Cal.

Data

Position

Sensor Fault

The three point calibration data is invalid, system will operate in weight mode but will attempt to volumetrically calculate

Deviation Invalid data weight. This will lead to consistent shots which will be offset for the desired dispense amount.

Re-calibrate the machine

Loose/bad connection to Check to ensure the linear position sensor is properly linear position sensor installed and all wires are properly connected

The linear position sensor is returning data that should not be possible during normal operation

Alarm

Bad linear position sensor

Linear position sensor may be loose where attached to pump housing

Replace linear position sensor

Re-tighten the sensor and re-calibrate the machine

Red Pressure

Sensor Fault The pressure sensor is

Blue

Pressure providing invalid/no pressure readings

Sensor Fault

Alarm

Alarm

Material fillers may have packed out in an orifice

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

Properly setup the system

On the ADM go into the setup screens -> System-> then make sure that the pump type and size are set

(not --)

Loose/bad connection

Bad sensor

No material in pump

Check to ensure the pressure transducer is properly installed and all wires are properly connected

Replace pressure transducer

Fill tanks

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Error

Code Error Name Error Description

D1A1

Setpoint Not

Reached

Error

Type

The set point was not reached

Deviation and the pump was shutdown

D2A1

D3A1

P4A1

P4B2

DFA1

F7D1

WSD0

DDA1

DDB2

Setpoint Not

Reached

Setpoint

Exceeded

Red Pressure

Shutdown

Blue

Pressure

Shutdown

Pump Not

Parked

Pump Failed to Stall

Invalid Gel

Timer

Definition

Red Pump

Cavitation

Blue Pump

Cavitation

The set point was not reached Deviation

The set point was exceeded Deviation

The material pump pressure exceeded the maximum operating pressure as defined in the setup screens

The pump failed to reach the park position

When the pump tried to stall to pressure the pump traveled more than it should in normal operation (only applies to dead-headed system)

Alarm

Alarm

Deviation

Deviation

The shot that was entered for the gel timer is not a valid shot.

Deviation

This must be fixed before the gel timer will function properly

Deviation

Cavitation was detected on the

Deviation given pump

Cause

Material restriction too high for requested flow

Pump cannot reach the requested pressure

Pump cannot reach the requested flow

System underwent a change that caused a large drop in restriction

(such as new orifices)

Solution

Reduce flow request

Increase restriction in the system

Decrease restriction in the system

Erase learned System Data, found in the setup screens under calibration

No material in pumps

Dispense valve failed to open

Bad dispense valve

Restriction in the material lines

Make sure the material lines are open and have proper feed 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

Invalid maximum pressure defined

Orifices blocked

Hose blocked

Dispense valve failed to open

Orifices blocked

Hose blocked

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

Clear blockage

Clear or replace hose as necessary

Dispense valve failed to open

Failure of the dispense valve

Material leak

Check to make sure the dispense valve is properly configured and connected to the MCM

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 Out of material

Gel timer shot is below the minimum dispense amount or set for a invalid pressure/flow

Select a different shot or modify existing shot data

The MCM has determined that the gel If you are certain that the shot is within parameters, timer shot will not be able try running the Learn Mode routine found in the setup to be executed based parameters entered in the ADM screen Calibration. If the error persists, a gel shot with reduced control parameters is required.

Insufficient material being supplied or insufficient material pressure on feed system

Debris or packout in the incoming fluid filter

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

P400

Thermal

Pressure

Rise

Pressure has risen to an unsafe level due to thermal expansion of materials. All conditioning zones have automatically been turned off.

Deviation High pressure

Open the dispense valve manually or open the valves to bleed pressure

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Troubleshooting

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T9A6

T9B5

Red Blanket

Temp. Cutoff

Blue Blanket

Temp. Cutoff

Heater overtemperature cutoff

T9A3

Red Inline

Temp. Cutoff

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

T9B1

A8A6

A8B5

A8A3

A8B1

A8A2

A8B4

Blue Inline

Temp. Cutoff

No Red

Blanket

Current

No Blue

Blanket

Current

No Red Inline

Current

No Blue Inline

Current

No Red Hose

No current to the conditioning zone

Current

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

No Blue Hose

Current

Alarm

A8B7

A8B8

A4A6

A4B5

A4A3

A4B1

A4A2

A4B4

A4A7

A4B8

No Red

Chiller

Current

No Blue

Chiller

Current

Red Blanket

Overcurrent

Blue Blanket

Overcurrent

Red Inline

Overcurrent

Blue Inline

Overcurrent An over current was detected on the output Red Hose

Overcurrent

Blue Hose

Overcurrent

Red Chiller

Overcurrent

Blue Chiller

Overcurrent

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Cause

Defective RTD

Defective High Power

Temperature Control

Module

Loose connections

Replace RTD

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Low power

Measure voltage across input terminals on power line filter. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264

Vac

Cable unplugged/loose power

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Bad heater(s)

Bad heaters

High voltage

Shorted Temperature

Control Module

Solution

Replace High Power Temperature Control Module

Tighten connections

Measure resistance of heater(s)

Measure resistance of heater

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

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Error

Code Error Name Error Description

A7A6

A7B5

Red Blanket

Control Fault

Blue Blanket

Control Fault

A7A3

A7B1

A7A2

A7B4

Red Inline

Control Fault

Blue Inline

Control Fault

Red Hose

Control Fault

Blue Hose

Control Fault

Unexpected current to heater/chiller

A7A7

A7B8

V4A6

V4B5

V4A3

V4B1

V4A2

V4B4

Red Chiller

Control Fault

Blue Chiller

Control Fault

Red Blanket

Overvoltage

Blue Blanket

Overvoltage

Red Inline

Overvoltage

Blue Inline

Overvoltage

Red Hose

Overvoltage

Blue Hose

Overvoltage

High line voltage

V4A7

V4B8

T9C6

T9C5

T9C3

T9C1

T9C2

T9C4

T9C7

T9C8

Red Chiller

Overvoltage

Blue Chiller

Overvoltage

Red Blanket

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Blanket

Ctrl

Shutdown

Red Inline

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Inline

Ctrl

Shutdown

Red Hose Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Hose

Ctrl

Shutdown

PCB over temperature

Red Chiller

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Chiller

Ctrl

Shutdown

Troubleshooting

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Cause Solution

Shorted Temperature

Control Module

If temperature rises for a zone that has been disabled, replace Temperature Control Module

Incoming line voltage is too high

Measure voltage across disconnect switch. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264 Vac.

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Overheated

Temperature Control

Module

Turn conditioning zone off. Wait a few minutes. If the condition does not clear or regenerates consistently, replace heater module

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

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Troubleshooting

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T4B5

T4A3

Blue Tank

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Inline

High Fluid

Temp.

T4B1

T4A2

T4B4

T4A7

Blue Inline

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Hose

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Hose

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

Fluid temperature is above the defined high alarm limit

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

T4B8

WMA6

WMB5

Blue Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Blanket

High Temp.

Blue Blanket

High Temp.

Tank blanket is above the defined high alarm limit

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

T1A6

T1B5

T1A3

T1B1

T1A2

T1B4

T1A7

T1B8

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.

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Fluid temperature is below the defined low alarm limit

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Cause

Defective RTD

Defective High Power

Temperature Control

Module

Loose connections

Bad heater(s)

Solution

Replace RTD

Replace High Power Temperature Control Module

Tighten connections

Defective RTD

Defective High Power

Temperature Control

Module

Loose connections

Replace RTD

Replace High Power Temperature Control Module

Tighten connections

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Low power

Measure voltage across input terminals on power line filter. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264

Vac

Cable unplugged/loose power

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Measure resistance of heater(s)

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Troubleshooting

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T8A6

T8B5

No Heat Red

Tank

No Heat Blue

Tank

T8A3

T8B1

T8A2

T8B4

T8A7

T8B8

No Heat Red

Inline

No Heat Blue

No temperature rise

Inline

No Heat Red

Hose

No Heat Blue

Hose

No Cooling

Red Chiller

No Cooling

Blue Chiller

No temperature decline

T6A6

T6B5

T6A3

T6B1

T6A2

T6B4

T6A7

T6B8

T6C6

T6C5

T6C7

T6C8

WM06

WM05

WM03

WM01

WM02

WM04

WM07

WM08

Red Blanket

RTD Fault

Blue Blanket

RTD Fault

Red Chiller

RTD Fault

Blue Chiller

RTD Fault

Red Tank

Con. Fault

Blue Tank

Con. Fault

Red Inline

Con. Fault

Blue Inline

Con. Fault

Red Tank

RTD Fault

Blue Tank

RTD Fault

Red Inline

RTD Fault

Blue Inline

RTD Fault

Red Hose

FTS Fault

Blue Hose

FTS Fault

Red Chiller

RTD Fault

Blue Chiller

RTD Fault

Red Hose

Con. Fault

Blue Hose

Con. Fault

Red Chiller

Con. Fault

Blue Chiller

Con. Fault

RTD 1 is giving no or invalid data

RTD 2 is giving no or invalid data

High current to relay 1

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Cause Solution

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Low Power

Measure voltage across input terminals on power line filter. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264

Vac

Cable unplugged/loose power

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Bad heater(s) Measure resistance of heater(s)

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

Loose or bad connection Check RTD wiring

Bad RTD Replace RTD

Loose or bad connection Check RTD wiring

Bad RTD

Broken contactor

Replace RTD

Replace contactor

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Error

Code Error Name Error Description

WMC6

WMC5

Red Tank

Con. Fault

Blue Tank

Con. Fault

WMC3

WMC1

WMC2

WMC4

Red Inline

Con. Fault

Blue Inline

Con. Fault

Red Hose

Con. Fault

Blue Hose

Con. Fault

Unexpected current to relay 1

WMC7

WMC8

P4H3

P1H3

T4H3

MBH3

DEH3

A4H3

WDF3

WDD3

L111

Red Chiller

Con. Fault

Blue Chiller

Con. Fault

High

Accumulator

Pressure

Low

Accumulator

Pressure

High Mix

Head Oil

Temp.

Low Mix

Head Oil

Level

Soft Stop

Asserted

Mix Head

Motor

Overload

M1 Material

Rod Shift Fail

M1 Cleanout

Rod Shift Fail

Red Low

Material Level

L122

L311

L322

L6A1

L6B2

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Cause

Shorted module

Solution

If temperature is being affected by a zone that has been disabled, replace heat module

Refer to AC Power Pack manual

Deviation Tanks low on material Fill tanks with material

Blue Low

Material Level

Low material level in tanks

Deviation Loose/broken connection

Bad level sensor

Red High

Material Level

High material level in tanks

Blue High

Material Level

Deviation

Deviation

Red Auto

Refill Timeout The tank stand has been filing

Deviation

Blue Auto

Refill Timeout for a time greater than expected Deviation

Defective fill valve

No material is actually being fed

Loose level sensor 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

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

Make sure the feed pumps are operating properly

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Replace level sensor

88 313997C

Troubleshooting

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

CAC1

CAC3

Comm. Error

Motor

Comm. Error

Red Tank

CAC4

CAC5

CAC6

CAC7

CAA6

CAB5

CAA3

CAB1

CAA2

CAB4

CAA7

CAB8

Comm. Error

Blue Tank

Comm. Error

Mix Head

Comm. Error

Mix Head 2

Comm. Error

Ratio Monitor

Comm. Error

Red Blanket

Comm. Error

Blue Blanket

Communication error

Comm. Error

Red Inline

Comm. Error

Blue Inline

Comm. Error

Red Hose

Comm. Error

Blue Hose

Comm. Error

Red Chiller

Comm. Error

Blue Chiller

W0U0

USB Update

Failed

The ADM tried to upload a system settings file but failed

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Cause Solution

Loose/broken connection Check connection

Module not programmed Program the module

Module missing power Check power supply connection

Module bad

System Settings file is corrupt

System Settings file is intended for another system

Replace module

Replace the system settings file with a backup or new file

Ensure that the first line in the settings.txt file contains the text GMS. If not replace the file with the proper system update file.

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Troubleshooting

System Events

Event Code and

String

REL00: System Powered On

Triggers

The System was powered on.

REM00: System Powered Off

The System was powered off.

REB00: Stop Button

Pressed

RECH0: Learn Mode

Executed

RENN0: Automatic

Cal. Performed

RECA1: Red Material SG Modified

The Red stop button was pressed on the Advanced Display Module.

A learn mode calibration was successfully completed.

The system was successfully characterized with the Automatic calibration.

The Red materials specific gravity was modified.

RECB2: Blue Material

SG Modified

The Blue materials specific gravity was modified.

RENC1: Cal. Point 1

Weight Entered

RENC2: Cal. Point 2

Weight Entered

RENC4: Cal. Point 1

Weight Erased

RENC5: Cal. Point 2

Weight Erased

REND0: Ratio Check

Dispense

REA00: Disp.

Occurred (Shot #)

REH00: Gel Timer

Dispense

RER01: Shot Count

Reset

A value for the first point in the three point calibration was entered.

A value for the second point in the three point calibration was entered.

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.

A dispense has occurred of the given shot number.

The gel timer expired and the system automatically took the gel shot.

A counter from the shot counters maintenance page was erased

RER02: Seq. Position Count Reset

RERA1: Red Material Volume Reset

A counter from the sequence counters maintenance page was erased

The resettable totalizer for the Red material volume was reset to zero.

RERB1: Blue Material

Volume Reset

The resettable totalizer for the Blue material volume was reset to zero.

RERA2: Red Material Weight Reset

The resettable totalizer for the Red material weight was reset to zero.

RERB2: Blue Material

Weight Reset

The resettable totalizer for the Blue material weight was reset to zero.

RERA3: Red Cycle

Count Reset

RERB3: Blue Cycle

Count Reset

REQU1: Settings

Downloaded

The resettable cycle counter for the

Red pump was reset to zero.

The resettable cycle counter for the

Blue pump was reset to zero.

The system settings were successfully transferred from the ADM to a USB drive.

REQU2: Settings

Uploaded

The system settings file was successfully transferred from the USB drive to the ADM.

Event Code and

String

REQU3: Language

Downloaded

REQU4: Language

Uploaded

REQU5: Logs Downloaded

REAR0: Night Mode

Recirc On

REBR0: Night Mode

Recirc Off

Triggers

The custom language file was successfully transferred from the ADM to a

USB drive.

The custom language file was successfully 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.

While in night mode the system has automatically entered a low recirculation mode and attempted to turn on all enabled conditioning zones.

While in night mode the system has automatically stopped the low recirculation mode and turned off all conditioning zones.

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ADM Troubleshooting

CS

CJ

Troubleshooting

CK

CL

CR

F IG . 27: ADM Component Identification - Rear ti12363a1

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

CP

CN

CM

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Troubleshooting

Motor Control Module

For MCM location, see reference MA in F IG . 2 on page 21.

7

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

. 28: LED Signals

LED

Signals

92 r_257396_3b9905_07b

313997C

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 tolerable range, an over-voltage condition is flagged and the system shuts down in an alarm state. Excessive or repeated over-voltage may permanently damage hardware. The chart below shows the permissible magnitude 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

1200Vac, 1697Vdc

<--1 MW Max Surge Power

600

400

480Vac, 679Vdc

<--150 KW Max Surge Power

336Vac, 475Vdc

<--50 KW Max Surge Power

288Vac, 407Vdc

200

0

0.000001 0.00001 0.0001 0.001 0.01

Time (seconds)

0.1

<--No Power Limit

264Vac, 373Vdc

1 10

Troubleshooting

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Troubleshooting

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.

Module Status LEDs ti12337a1

F IG . 29:

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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 progress.

Temperature control module failure.

See Troubleshooting table.

Software is updating.

Temperature control module is off.

See Troubleshooting table.

Length of flashes indicates amount of power running through temperature control module.

LED

Signals ti12353a1

F IG . 30: LED Signals ti12357a1

LED

Signals

Troubleshooting

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Troubleshooting

96 313997C

Technical Data

Technical Data

Maximum Fluid Working Pressure . . . 3000 psi (20.7 MPa, 207 bar)

Maximum Fluid Temperature . . . . . . . 190°F (88°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

Line Voltage Requirement . . . . . . . . . 230V / 1 phase and 230V / 3 phase Models: 195-264V, 50/60 Hz

400V / 3 phase: 360-440V, 50/60 Hz

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 . . . . . . . . 8 gal. (30 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.

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Motor Control Module Technical Data

Dimensions

59

(150)

48 in. (122 cm)

24C352_313998_9g

34 in. (87 cm)

24C352_313998_10g

313997C 99

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.

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TO PLACE AN ORDER, contact your Graco distributor or call to identify the nearest distributor.

Phone: 612-623-6921 or Toll Free: 1-800-328-0211 Fax: 612-378-3505

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Graco reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.

This manual contains English. MM 313997

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