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Airless high-pressure spraying unit
Original operating manual
ProSpray 3.39
Edition 10/2011 | | | 0558 978G
Attention: Danger of injury by injection!
Airless units s develop extreme y high spraying pressures.
Never put your fingers, hands or any other parts
of the body into the spray jet!
Never point the spray gun at yourself, other persons or animals. <
Never use the spray gun without safety guard. |
Do not treat a spraying injury as a harmless cut. In case of .
injury to the skin through coating materials or solvents,
consult a doctor immediately for quick and expert treatment.
Inform the doctor about the coating material or solvent used.
The operating instructions state that the following points must always be
observed before starting up.
1. Faulty units must not be used. о
2. Secure Wagner spray gun using the safety catch on the trigger.
3. Ensure that the unit is properly earthed. The |
connection must take place through a correctly PE
earthed two-pole and earth socket outlet.
4. Check allowable operating pressure of high-pressure hose
and spray gun. | |
5. Check all connections for leaks.
The instructions regarding regular cleaning and maintenance
of the unit must be strictly observed.
Before any work is done on the unit or for every break in
work the following rules must be observed:
1. Release the pressure from a 0 bar
spray gun and hose. |
2. Secure the Wagner spray gun using В |
the safety catch on the trigger
3. Switch off unit.
Be safety-conscious!
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ProSpray 3.39
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1. Safety regulations for Airless spraying....................... 4 8. Cleaning the unit (shutting down) ............................. .13
1.1 Earthing iNStrUCtIONS..….….….…………crrscrsessencarenceneaennentennenns 5 8.1 Cleaning unit from outside Gossrencecasevnse 13
: 8.2 Cleaning the high-pressure filter ......................—............ 14
2. General view of application... 6 8.3 Cleaning Airless spray GUN .…....…….….….….….crsrersenscancencencse en 14
2.1 Application...............—....e..reeeerere recen e ere eee e 6 8.4 Cleaning the inlet screen.....................-.. ===... ...menenceco... 14
2.2 Coating materials.......... enecanena nene nena ne enana neones menea. 6 I |
| a. 9. _ Remedy in case of faUltS ee 15
3. Description of Unit es 6 a
3.1 Airless process....................eeemeneecenes mensasscenneneneem ane es 6 10. Servicing.......…..…..........…..….......….….…ererererrerencencensass rere 16
3.2 Functioning of the Unit….….....…..…..…..…ceraseenmennenmennnenn 6 110.1 General servicing.................... cm... ieee 16
3.3 Legend for explanatory diagram 10.2 High-pressure hose......................e..e.eseeeerervenecneneere nee 16
ProSpray 3.39 .….....……rorsarentanenrennennenastersansensanenenencenennenss 7 | a.
3.4 Explanatory diagram ProSpray 3.39 creer ane ns 7 11. Repairsattheunit..............coiii, 16
3.5 Technical data..................eeeereesreccrenenceren ene ne een ene ne... 8 11.1 Relief valve... eee, 16
3.6 Transportation......................... peninenen nee nenecrn een enanas 8 11.2 Inlet and outlet valve ......................... een eee 16
3.7 Transportation in vehicle................. necuoneenanennenenvenenaecenneme 8 11.3 Packings..................eeeeeeecercenerarenenenene eee nene nenes 17
3.8 Painting material setup................. DA: 11.4 ProSpray 3.39 connection diagraM a. een 18
3.9 Textured material setup.................... eenenanceninn ene nananeneneneee 8 |
| > Е 12. Appendix.............................. rr ener reer 19
4. Starting operation ......................—...e...erreceece e 9 12.1 Selection of tip.....................eecemrcenerene een. cc 19
4.1 High-pressure hose, spray gun and 12.2 Servicing and cleaning of Airless
separating Oil.................eeeesesesrecerereesrenenecacao nene reneencenenes 9 - hard-metal tips ...............e...eeeexearenerzeaennene. crenessenesse cena 19
4.2 Control panel indicators …..…..….…..…..….….…rcceresensensencencems 9 12.3 Spray Gun ACCESSOFES.....….......…...….……rescererrereecencresen seras 19
4.3 Pressure control knob settingS.….……….….….….….….…es 10 12.4 Airless tip table... eens rere seras .20
4.4 Connection to the mains network......................ecesrnaee. 10 12.5 TempSpray.................e=esecsorenranenorreneavoneneonecaane ee eecenecec. 21
4.5 Cleaning preserving agent when - 12.6 aancessencencesanancess rere eran, 22
starting-up of operation initially .........................eeeeseesence. 10 | | a
4.6 Taking the unit into operation Sales and service companies........ aencanensseneneen eme nentene ne caen 33
with coating material ……………….….……sessessersernsenensenss me... 10 | | |
4.7 Digital Electronic Spray Control (DESC) ........e.e.eeemenaanna 11 Accessories for ProSpray 3.39.....................e.=eereeerierceceneecees 24
Spare parts list for main assembly ...........................eee.ese=.. 26
5. Spraying technique............................. eneneaneneareneenenenme 12 Spare parts list for fluid section... … 28
| В Spare parts list for drive assembly ............................e=e=.e.... 30
6. Handling the high-pressure hose...... неее. eneneonrenanenaa. 13 Spare parts list of filter assembly .............................e=.......... 31
6.1 High-pressure hose................ eee ee 13 Spare parts list for upright cart........... verve, I 32
7. Interruption of work.............. eeveronenoooneneonenaanevanene near. 13 Important notes on product liability 34
| | | 3+2 years guarantee for professional finishing................... 34
. Attention
Safety Regulations
1. Safety regulations for Airless
This manual contains information that must be read and understood
before using the equipment. When you come to an area that has one of
the following symbols, pay particular attention and make certain to-heed
the safeguard.
$ This symbol indicates a potential hazard that may cause
serious injury or loss of life. Important safety information
will follow. |
This symbol indicates a potential hazard to you or to the
equipment. Important information that tells how to
prevent damage to the equipment or how to avoid
causes of minor injuries will follow.
A hazard symbol such as this one refers to a specific,
task-related risk. Be sure to heed the safeguard.
Notes give important information which should be given
special attention.
Injection into the skin is a traumatic injury. It is
important to treat the injury as soon as possible. DO
NOT delay treatment to research toxicity. Toxicity is a
concern with some coatings injected directly into the
blood stream. Consultation with a plastic surgeon or
reconstructive hand surgeon may be advisable.
Solvent and paint fumes can explode or ignite. Severe
injury and/or property damage can occur.
A high pressure stream produced by this equipment
can pierce the skin and underlying tissues, leading to
serious injury and possible amputation.
SIMPLE CUT! Injection can lead to amputation. See a
physician immediately.
The maximum operating range of the unit is 221 bar
(22.1 MPa, 3200 PSI) fluid pressure.
- NEVER aim the gun at any part of the body.
« NEVER allow any part of the body to touch the fluid
stream. DO NOT allow body to touch a leak in the fluid -
- NEVER put your hand in front of the gun. Gloves will
not provide protection against an injection injury.
* ALWAYS lock the gun trigger, shut the fluid pump off
and release all pressure before servicing, cleaning
the tip guard, changing tips, or leaving unattended.
0 bar Pressure will not be released by turning off the engine.
The PRIME/SPRAY valve or pressure bleed valve
| must be turned to their appropriate positions to relieve
system pressure.
* ALWAYS keep tip guard in place while spraying. The
tip guard provides some protection but is mainly a
warning device.
NEVER use a spray gun without a working tigger lock
and trigger guard in place.
- ALWAYS remove the spray tip before flushing or
cleaning the system.
* The paint hose can develop leaks from wear, kinking
A A and abuse. A leak can inject material into the skin. -
Inspect the hose before each use.
» All accessories must be rated at or above the
maximum operating pressure range of the sprayer.
This includes spray tips, guns, extensions, and hose.
+ Provide extensive exhaust and fresh air introduction
to keep the air within the spray area free from
accumulation of flammable vapors.
- Avoid all ignition sources such as static electricity
sparks, electrical appliances, flames, pilot lights, hot
objects, and sparks from connecting and disconnecting
power cords or working light switches.
+» Plastic can cause static sparks. Never hang plastic
; to enclose spray area. Do not use plastic drop cloths
when spraying flammable materials.
* Always flush unit into separate metal container, at low
pump pressure, with spray tip removed. Hold gun
firmly against side of container to ground container and
prevent static sparks.
* Do not smoke in spray area.
* Fire extinguisher must be present and in good working
» Place sprayer at least 6.1 m (20 feet) from the spray
object in a well ventilated area (add more hose if
necessary). Flammable vapors are often heavier than
air.. Floor area must be extremely well ventilated. The
pump contains arcing parts that emit sparks and can
ignite vapors.
. The equipment and objects in and around the spray
area must be properly grounded to prevent static
* Use only conductive or earthed high pressure fluid
hose. Gun must be earthed through hose connections.
* Power cord must be connected to a grounded circuit
(electric units oniy).
* The unit must be connected to an earthed object. Use
the green earthing wire to connect the unit to a water
pipe, steel beam, or other electrically earthed surface.
+ Follow material and solvent manufacturer's warnings
and instructions. Be familiar with the coating material's
MSDS sheet and technical information to ensure safe
use. |
+ Do not use materials with a flashpoint below 21° C |
(70° F). Flashpoint is the temperature at which a fluid
can produce enough vapors to ignite.
* Use lowest possible pressure to flush equipment.
ProSpray 3.39
Safety regulations
Will cause severe injury or property damage.
* Do not use materials containing bleach or chlorine.
* Do not use halogenated hydrocarbon solvents such
as methylene chloride and 1,1,1 - trichloroethane.
They are not compatible with aluminum and may
cause an explosion. If you are unsure of a material's
compatibility with aluminum, contact your coating's
supplier. |
Paints, solvents, insecticides, and other materials
can be harmful if inhaled or come in contact with
body. Vapors can cause severe nausea, fainting, or
This product can cause severe > injury or property
- Read all instructions and safety precautions before
operating equipment.
- Follow all appropriate local, state, and national codes
governing ventilation, fire prevention, and operation.
Pulling the trigger causes a recoil force to the hand
that is holding the spray gun. The recoil force of the
spray gun is particularly powerful when the tip has
been removed and a high pressure has been set on
the airless pump. When cleaning without a spray tip,
set the pressure control knob to the lowest pressure.
* Use only manufacturer authorized parts. User
assumes all risks and liabilities when using parts that
do not meet the minimum specifications and safety
devices of the pump manufacturer.
» Before each use, check all hoses for cuts, leaks,
abrasion or bulging of cover. Check for damage or
movement of couplings. Immediately replace the hose
if any of these conditions exist. Never repair a paint
hose. Replace it with another earthed high-pressure
* Make sure power cord, air hose and spray hoses are
routed in such a manner to minimize slip, trip and fall-
hazard. |
* Clean up all material and solvent spills immediately to
prevent slip hazard.
- ALWAYS follow the material manufacturer's
instructions for safe handling of paint and solvents.
* Do not use this unit in workshops that are covered
under the explosion prevention regulations.
* Always unplug cord from outlet before working on
equipment (electric units only).
* Always keep the power cord plug in sight during usage
to prevent any accidental shutdown or startup.
* Ifthe supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
* - Wear ear protection. This unit can produce noise
levels above 85 dB(A).
* This equipment is designed to operate at high
pressures and recoil forces may occur. Under certain
circumstances, such forces could result in repetitive
strain injury.
* Device weighs in excess of 36 kg. Three-person lift is
required. |
- Never leave this equipment unattended. Keep away
from children or anyone not familiar with the operation
of airless equipment.
* Do not move unit while unit is running.
* Do not spray on windy days.
- Use a respirator or mask if vapors can be inhaled.
Read all instructions supplied with the mask to be sure
it will provide the necessary protection.
* Wear protective eyewear.
- Wear protective clothing as required by coating
Earthing Instructions
Electric models must be earthed. In the event of an
electrical short circuit, earthing reduces the risk of electric
shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current.
This product is equipped with a cord having an earthing
wire with an appropriate earthing plug. The plug must be
plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and earthed
in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER — Improper installation of the earthing plug
can result in a risk of electric shock. If repair or
replacement of the cord or plug is necessary, do not
connect the green earthing wire to either blade
terminal. The wire with insulation having a green outer
surface with or without yellow stripes is the earthing
wire and must be connected to the earthing pin.
Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if the earthing
instructions are not completely understood, or if you are in doubt as to
whether the product is properly earthed. Do not modify the plug provided.
If the plug will not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet installed by a
qualified electrician.
Work or repairs at the electrical equipment:
These may only be carried out by a skilled electrician. No lability
is assumed for incorrect installation.
A list of the materials used in the construction of the equipment
will be made available on request to validate compatibility with
‘the coating materials to be used.
ProSpray 3.39
General view of application
2. General view of application
2.1 Application
Release agents, oils, undercoats, primers, fillers,
synthetic resin-based paints, acrylic paints
recommended nozzle size: FineFinish 0.008“ - 0.014“
Description of unit
= Recommended Not-recommended
up to 200 m*
200 m* - 800 m?
more than 800 m?
Emulsion paints, latex paints
recommended nozzle size: 0.017“ - 0.027“
up to 200 m?
200 m? - 800 m?
more than 800 m*
Anti-corrosive agents, flame retardants, fabric
recommended nozzle size: 0.021“ - 0.031“
up to 200 m°
200 m? - 800 m?
more than 800 m?
recommended nozzle size: 0.027“ - 0.039“
up to 200 m°
200 m* - 800 m?
more than 800 m?
2.2 Coating materials
Processible coating materials
Dilutable lacquers and paints or those containing solvents, two-
component coating materials, dispersions, latex paints.
No other materials should be used for spraying without
WAGNER's approval.
Despite suction filter and insertion filter in the spray gun, filtering
of the coating material is generally advisable.
Stir coating material before commencement of work. -
With this unit it is possible to process highly viscous coating
materials of up to around 30.000 MPa-s.
If highly viscous coating materials cannot be taken in by suction,
they must be diluted in accordance with the manufacturer’s
Two-component coating material |
The appropriate processing time must be adhered to exactly.
Within this time rinse through and clean the unit meticulously with
the appropriate cleaning materials.
Coating materials with sharp-edged additional materials
These have a strong wear and tear effect on valves, high-
pressure hose, spray gun and tip. The durability of these parts
cane be reduced appreciably through this. |
3. Description of unit
3.1 Airless process
The main areas of application are thick layers of highly viscous
coating material for large areas and a high consumption of
A piston pump takes in the coating material by suction and
conveys it to the tip. Pressed through the tip at a pressure of
up to a maximum of 221 bar (22,1 MPa), the coating material
is atomised. This high pressure has the effect of micro fine
atomisation of the coating material.
As no air is used in this process, it is described as an AIRLESS
process. a |
This method of spraying has the advantages of finest
atomisation, cloudless operation and a smooth, bubble-free
surface. As well as these, the advantages of the speed of work
and convenience must be mentioned. | |
3.2 Functioning of the unit
In the following there is a short description of the technical
construction for better understanding of the function.
WAGNER ProSpray units are electrically driven high-pressure
spraying units.
A gear unit transfers the driving force to a crankshaft. The
crankshaft moves the pistons of the material feed pump up and
down. : |
The inlet valve is opened automatically by the upwards
movement of the piston. The outlet valve is opened when the
piston moves downward. |
The coating material flows under high pressure through the high-
pressure hose to the spray gun. When the coating material exits
from the tip it atomizes. | |
The pressure regulator controls the volume and the operating
pressure of the coating material. | В
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Description of unit
3.3 Legend for explanatory diagram ProSpray 3.39
Spray gun |
Hose to hose whip connector (3/8” x 1/2”)
- Whip hose to gun connector (1/4” x 3/8”)
— High pressure hose, 13 mm x 15 m (1/2 x 50 ft)
High pressure whip hose, 10 mm x 2.5 m (3/8” x 8 ft)
Oil cup for EasyGlide (EasyGlide prevents
increased wear of the packings)
Oil level gauge
8 Pailhook
9 Oil button
©) asoma
3.4 Explanatory diagram ProSpray 3.39
Suction tube
Return hose
Relief valve |
Lever position vertical — PRIME (© circulation)
Lever position horizontal —- SPRAY (>)
Digital Electronic Spray Control (DESC) -
Control panel indicators |
Pressure control knob |
ON/OFF switch
ProSpray 3.39
Description of unit
Technical data
Voltage: 220-240 Volt AC, 50/60 Hz
Max. current consumption: 9.5 А € 230VAC
Power cord: 3x1.5mm2 —6m
Acceptance capacity:
Max. operating pressure:
Volume flow at 12 MPa
(120 bar) with water:
Max tip size:
Max. temperature of the
1650 Watt
221 bar (22,1 MPa)
5.0 I/min
0.039 inch — 0.99 mm
coating material: 43°C
Max viscosity: 30.000 MPa-s
Weight: 50 kg
DN 13 mm, 15 m, connection
Special high-pressure hose:
thread M 16 x 1.5
Whip hose: DN 10 mm, 2,5 m, connection
thread M 16 x 1.5
Dimensions {L X W X H): 632 x 568 x 743 mm
Max sound pressure level: 80 dB (A) *
* Place of measuring: 1 m in distance from the unit and 1.6
m above the floor, 12 MPa (120 bar) operating pressure,
reverberant floor.
3.6 Transportation
Pushing or pulling the unit
Pull out the handle (Fig. 2, ltem 1) until it will come no further.
Insert the handle — push the buttons 12) 0 on the spars, and then
push in the handle.
3.7 Transportation in vehicle
Secure the unit with a suitable fastening.
Paint material setup
Loosen and remove the filter housing (1) by hand.
Remove the adapter spring (2), filter (3), bearing ring (4) :
and spring (5) from the housing (7).
Make sure the O-ring (6) is still in place. Thread the filter
plug (8) into the housing until secure.
ProSpray 3.39
Starting operation
4, Starting operation
4.1 High-pressure hose, spray gun and
| separating oil |
1. Screw the 15 m high-pressure hose (2) to the coating
— material outlet (Fig. 4, Item 1). |
2. Thread the double fitting into the other end of the high-
pressure hose. |
3. Thread the whip hose (4) onto the remaining exposed end
~ of the double fitting. | | -
4. Thread the whip hose / gun connector onto the gun inlet
5. Screw the spray gun with the selected tip onto the 2.5 m
high-pressure whip hose.
6. Tighten the union nuts at the high-pressure hoses firmly
so that coating material does not leak. |
4.2 Control Panel Indicators
The following is a description of the control panel indicators.
[-— Pressure -
Service —y
Pressure Indicator
The pressure indicator shows the current operating pressure of
the sprayer. It has three different indications: blinking yellow,
solid yellow, and solid green.
Blinking Yellow
When the pressure indicator is blinking yellow, the sprayer is
operating between 0 and 1.4 MPa (14 bar). A blinking yellow
pressure indicator means: | |
* The sprayer is plugged in and turned “ON”
...* The sprayer is at priming pressure (little or no pressure)
* [tis safe to move the relief valve between positions
» It is safe to change or replace the spray tip
7. Remove the oil cup cap with a straight-slot screwdriver.
8. Fill the oil cup with EasyGlide (Fig. 5) until the oil gauge 8
(4) is showing that it is full. |
Attention |
9. Replace oil cup cap. Sond o llow dicat lid vellow. th
OLE tir en the pressure indicator is solid yellow, the sprayer is
10. Press oil button 2-5 times to prime the oiler. Press once operating between 1.4 MPa (14 bar) and 12 MPa (120 bar). A
for every eight hours of usage to lubricate the fluid section. solid yellow pressure indicator means: |
* The sprayer is at the proper pressure setting for spraying —
stain, lacquer, varnish, and multi-colors
ProSpray 3.39 — | | 9
Starting operation
Solid Green
When the pressure indicator is solid green, the sprayer is
operating between 12 MPa (120 bar) and 23 MPa (230 bar). A
solid green pressure indicator means: I |
- The sprayer is at the proper pressure setting for spraying
oil-based and latex house paints
* The operating at peak performance at a high
- pressure setting
+ If the pressure indicator goes to solid yellow when the
pressure is set so that it starts at solid green, it indicates
one of the following:
a. Tip Wear Indicator — when spraying with latex or at
high pressure the solid yellow appears. This means the
tip is worn and needs to be replaced.
b. Tip Too Large — when a tip that is too large for the
sprayer is put in the gun, the pressure indicator will turn
from solid green to solid yellow. |
c. Fluid Section Wear — if a solid yellow pressure
indicator appears when using a new tip and the
pressure is set at maximum, service may be required
(worn packings, worn piston, stuck valve, etc...).
Service Indicator
The Service indicator is on when the motor is commanded to run.
This indicator is used by service centers to troubleshoot motor
problems. |
4.3 Pressure control knob settings (Fig. 7)
1. Minimum pressure setting |
2. Black zone — no pressure generation
3. Blue zone — pulsating pressure for cleaning
44 Connection to the mains network
Before connecting the unit to the mains supply, ensure that the
line voltage matches that specified on the unit’s rating plate.
The connection must be equipped with a residual current
protective device with INF < 30 mA.
Cleaning preserving agent when starting-
up of operation initially |
1. Immerse the suction tube (Fig. 8, Item 1) and return hose
(2) into a container with a suitable cleaning agent.
2. Turn the pressure control knob counterclockwise (3) to
minimum pressure.
3. Open the relief valve (4), valve position PRIME
(© circulation). |
Switch the unit (5) ON. ;
Wait until the cleaning agent exudes from the return hose.
Close the relief valve, valve position SPRAY (1 spray).
Pull the trigger of the spray gun.
Spray the cleaning agent from the unit into an open
collecting container. o
4.6 Taking the unit into operation with coating
material |
1. Immerse the suction tube (Fig. 8, ltem 1) and return hose
(2) into the coating material container.
2. Turn the pressure control knob counterclockwise (3) to
minimum pressure.
3. Open the relief valve (4), valve position PRIME
(O circulation). |
4. Switch the unit (5) ON.
5. Wait until the coating material exudes from the return
6. Close the relief valve, valve position SPRAY ("1 spray).
7. Trigger the spray gun several times and spray into a
collecting container until the coating material exits the
spray gun without interruption.
8. Increase the pressure by slowly turning up the pressure
control knob. | |
Check the spray pattern and increase the pressure until
the atomization is correct. |
Always turn the pressure control knob to the lowest setting
with good atomization.
9. The unit is ready to spray.
ProSpray 3.39
4.7- Digital Electronic Spray Control (DESC)
The Digital Electronic Spray Control (DESC) increases the
functionality of the sprayer. It is installed directly below the
pressure control knob on the control panel. It consists of a
display and four function keys. The display shows various menu
screens that allow the user to customize and monitor sprayer
operation using the function keys.
Function Keys
The function keys are numbered 1-4. Each key is labeled with
an additional function as well.
#1/Menu Key | |
Pressing the #1 key scrolls through the available menu screens
or performs a function described on the active menu screen.
#2/A Key
Pressing the #2 key performs a function described on the active
menu screen or increases a value.
#3/ Key
Pressing the #3 key performs a function described on the active
menu screen or decrease a value.
#4/Select Key
Pressing the #4 key selects the active menu screen or performs
a function described on the active menu screen.
Menu Screens
Several menu screens are available for the user to customize
“and monitor sprayer operation. They include Main Screen,
Volume Pumped, Job Volume, Unit Serial #, Timers, Job Timers,
Service Time, Security Code, Prime, and Rapid Clean.
Main Screen
The Main Screen is the default screen RENAE 23.0
for the control system at sprayer ACTUAL Mba CLA
startup. Pressing the 42 key switches between PSI, Bar and
MPa units of measure. Press the #1 key to scroll through the
remaining menu screens.
to reset a liter counter to track usage on
Starting operation
Volume Pumped Screen
The Volume Pumped screen shows the
total number of gallons or liters sprayed
by the sprayer.
To select the Volume Pumped screen,
press the #4 key.
Job Volume Screen a
The Job Volume screen allows the user VOLUME
specific jobs.
To select the Job Volume screen, press
the #4 key.
Unit Serial # Screen
The Unit Serial # screen shows the
sprayers serial number.
To select the Unit Serial # screen, press
the #4 key.
Timers Screen
The Timers screen shows the total time
the sprayer has been turned on as well
. as the total time the sprayer has been running (pumping).
To select the Timers screen, press the on TIME XXXX
#4 key.
Job Timers Screen
The Job Timers screen allows the user JOB TIMERS
to reset the "ON TIME” and “RUN TIME"
to track time on specific jobs.
To select the Job Timers screen, press
the #4 key. “JOB ON” screen will
appear. Press #3 to reset. Press #1 to
continue to “JOB RUN" screen. Press
#3 to reset. Press #1 to scroll through
the remaining menu screens. .
Service Time Screen
The Service Time screen allows the user SERVICE TIME
to set a service time interval (in hours). Gill SELECT S
Below the set time, the screens shows the current amount of
hours on the sprayer since the last activation of the service timer.
To select the Service Timer screen, press the #4 key. |
To set the service time, press the 42 AN XX
(up) and/or the #3 (down) keys to the — "SERE: |
desired time (run hours will increase/decrease in increments of
25 for each time you press a key).
When the service time interval is set and met by the run hours,
the display will show a “Service Required” screen. The pump
will remain functional. To return to the Main Screen, press the
#1 key. Doing so will reset the “Service €” and “Run Hours”
displayed on the Service Screen back to 0.
ProSpray 3.39
Starting operation
Security Code Screen
The Security Code screen allows the
user to set a four digit security code МЕЛ CHANGE
to prevent unauthorized use of the sprayer. If a security code
has been set, the control system display will ask for the code at
startup: If the correct code is entered, the display will show the
Main Screen and the sprayer will operate. If the wrong code is
entered, the display will continue to ask for the correct code and
the sprayer will be disabled. To set or change the security code,
press the #2 key.
Enter the old security code number to ENTER OLD CODE
access the screen that allows the code NUNBER
change. If the wrong code is entered, the display will continue
to ask for the correct code and the security code cannot be
Enter the new security code. Once the
new code is entered, the display will
automatically ask that the new code be
re-entered for verification. If the same
new code is re-entered, the display will
confirm that the new code has been
accepted and return to the Main Screen. |
If the new code is re-entered incorrectly, the display will return
to the “Enter New Code Number” screen and the process will
repeat. | |
If you forget or misplace your security code, you can contact
Wagner customer service for assistance.
Prime Screen
The Prime screen appears when the
pressure control knob is set at the “MIN”
Rapid Clean Screen
The Rapid Clean screen appears when RAPID CLEAN
the pressure control knob is set at the
RAPID CLEAN position and the PRIME/SPRAY valve is in the
PRIME position.. | o
‘Spraying technique
5. Spraying technique
The key to a good paint job is an even coating over the entire
surface. Keep your arm moving at a constant speed and keep
the spray gun at a constant distance from the surface. The best
spraying distance is 25 to 30 cm between the spray tip and the
30 ст
Keep the spray gun at right angles to the surface. This means
moving your entire arm back and forth rather than just flexing
your wrist. |
Keep the spray gun perpendicular to the surface, otherwise one
end of the pattern will be thicker than the other.
Trigger gun after starting the stroke. Release the trigger before
ending the stroke. The spray gun should be moving when the
trigger is pulled and released. Overlap each stroke by about
30%. This will ensure an even coating.
ProSpray 3.39
Handling the high-pressure hose
6. Handling the high-pressure hose
Avoid sharp bending or kinking of the high-pressure hose. The
smallest bending radius amounts to about 20 cm.
Do not drive over the high-pressure hose. Protect against sharp
objects and edges.
6.1 High-pressure hose
The unit is equipped with a high- pressure hose specially suited
for piston pumps.
7. Interruption of work
1. Open the relief valve, valve position PRIME
(O circulation).
Switch the unit OFF.
3. Turn the pressure control knob counterclockwise to
minimum pressure.
4. Pull the trigger of the spray gun in order to release the
pressure from the high-pressure hose and spray gun.
5. Secure the spray gun, refer to the operating manual of the
spray gun.
6. If a standard tip is to be cleaned, see Page 19, Section
If a non-standard tip is installed, proceed according to the
relevant operating manual.
7. Depending on the model, leave the suction tube or the
suction hose and return hose immersed in the coating
material or swivel or immerse it into a corresponding
cleaning agent.
Cleaning the unit (shutting down)
8. Cleaning the unit (shutting down)
A clean state is the best method of ensuring operation without
problems. After you have finished spraying, clean the unit. Under
no circumstances may any remaining coating material dry and
harden in the unit.
The cleaning agent used for cleaning (only with an ignition point
above 21 °C) must be suitable for the coating material used.
+ Secure the spray gun, refer to the operating manual of
the spray gun.
Clean and remove tip. |
For a standard tip, refer to Page 19, Section 12.2.
If a non-standard tip is installed, proceed according to the
relevant operating manual.
1. Remove suction hose from the coating material.
2. Close the relief valve, valve position SPRAY (1 spray).
3. Switch the unit ON.
Pull the trigger of the spray gun in order to pump the
remaining coating material from the suction hose, high-
pressure hose and the spray gun into an open container.
5. Immerse suction hose with return hose into a container
with a suitable cleaning agent.
6. Turn the pressure control knob into the blue zone -
pulsating pressure for unit cleaning.
7. Open the relief valve, valve position PRIME
(O circulation).
8. Pump a suitable cleaning agent in the circuit for a few
9. Close the relief valve, valve position SPRAY (7 spray).
10. Puil the trigger of the spray gun.
11. Pump the remaining cleaning agent into an open container
| until the unit is empty.
12. Switch the unit OFF.
8.1 Cleaning unit from outside
Wipe down unit externally with a cloth which has been immersed
in a suitable cleaning agent.
ProSpray 3.39
Cleaning the unit (shutting down)
8.2 Cleaning the high-pressure filter
Clean the filter cartridge regularly.
A soiled or clogged high-pressure filter can cause a poor spray
pattern or a clogged tip.
1. Turn the pressure regulator knob into the black zone until
it stops (no pressure).
2. e the relief valve, valve position PRIME.
(O circulation).
3. Switch the unit OFF.
4. Unscrew the filter housing (Fig. 10, Item 1). with a strap
5. Pull the filter cartridge (2) from the bearing spring (3).
6. Clean all the parts with the corresponding cleaning agent.
If necessary, replace the filter cartridge.
7. Check the O-ring (4), replace it if necessary.
8. Place the bearing ring (5) against the bearing spring (3).
Slide the filter cartridge (2) over the bearing spring.
9. Screw in filter housing (1) and tighten it as far as possible
with the strap wrench.
8.3 Cleaning Airless spray gun
1. Rinse Airless spray gun with an appropriate cleaning
2. Clean tip thoroughly with appropriate cleaning agent so
that no coating material residue remains.
3. Thoroughly clean the outside of the Airless spray gun.
Intake filter in Airless spray gun
Disassembly (Fig. 11)
1. Pull protective guard (1) forward vigorously.
2. oe grip (2) out of the gun housing. Remove intake filter
3. Intake filter congested or defective — replace.
1. Place intake filter (3) with the long cone into the gun
2. Screw in grip (2) into the gun housing and tighten.
3. Slot in protective guard (1).
8.4 Cleaning the inlet screen
The inlet screen will clog and must be cleaned at least once a
1. Remove the retaining ring (3) from the foot valve (1)
2. Remove the inlet screen (2) from the foot valve housing
3. Clean thoroughly with the appropriate solvent.
ProSpray 3.39
Type of malfunction
Remedy in case of faults
Possible cause
No voltage applied.
A. Unit does not start 1.
2. Pressure setting too low.
Remedy in case of faults
Measures for eliminating the malfunction
1. Check voltage supply.
2. Turn up pressure control knob.
ON/OFF switch defective. 3. Replace."
B. Unit does not draw in material 1. Relief valve is set to SPRAY (CT 1. Set relief valve to PRIME (O circulation).
. | spray).
2. Filter projects over the fluid level 2. Refill the coating material.
, and sucks air. |
3. Filter clogged. 3. Clean or replace the filter. |
4. Suction hose/suction tube is loose, 4. Clean connecting points. Tighten suction tube.
i.e. the unit is sucking in outside air... |
C. Unit draws in material, but the 1. Tip heavily worn. 1. Replace |
pressure does not build up * 2. Tip too large. 2. For selection of a smaller tip, see Tip table on Page
| 20.
3. Pressure setting too low. 3. Turn pressure control knob clockwise to increase.
4. Filter clogged. 4. Clean or replace the filter.
5. Coating material flows through the 5. Remove and clean or replace relief valve.
return hose when the relief valve is
in the SPRAY (1 spray) position. |
6. Packings sticky or worn.. 6. Remove and clean or replace packings.
7. Valve balls worn. 7. Remove and replace valve balls.
8. Valve seats worn. 8. Remove and replace valve seats.
D. Coating material exits at the top 1. Upper packing is worn. 1. Remove and replace packing.
of the fluid section 2. Piston is worn. 2. Remove and replace piston.
E. Increased pulsation at the spray -1. Incorrect high-pressure hose type. 1. Only use WAGNER original-high-pressure hoses in
gun order to ensure functionality, safety and durability.
2. Tip worn or too large. 2. Replace tip.
3. - Pressure too high. 3. Turn pressure control knob to a lower number.
1. Tip is too large for the coating A. Replace tip, see Tip table on Page 20.
F. Poor spray pattern material which is to be sprayed. |
2. Pressure setting incorrect. 2. Turn pressure control knob until a satisfactory
spraying pattern is achieved.
3. Volume too low. 3. Clean or replace all filters.
4. Coating material viscosity too high. 4. Thin out according to the manufacturer's instructions.
G. Unit loses power | 1. Pressure setting too low. 1. Turn pressure control knob clockwise to increase.
Digital Electronic Spray Control (DESC) Error Messages
The following error message screens appear whenever the Digital
Electronic Spray Control (DESC) detects a problem with the sprayer.
Once a problem occurs and the error message appears, the sprayer will
shut down. | В a |
Check Transducer Screen
- The Check Transducer screen appears when
the transducer has become disconnected or
is defective. Take the sprayer to a Wagner
authorized service center for repair.
Check Motor Screen
The Check Motor screen appears when the
motor or motor sensor is defective. Take
the sprayer to a Wagner authorized service
center for repair. |
The High Mechanical Load screen appears .
The Low Voltage screen appears when the
sprayer shuts down because of low input
voltage. Check the power supply and correct
the problem. Restart the sprayer.
High Motor Temperature Screen
The High Motor Temperature screen appears
when the temperature of the motor has risen TEMPERATURE |
too high. Take the sprayer to a Wagner |
authorized service center for repair.
Low Voltage Screen as
High Control Temperature Screen
The High Control Temperature screen HIGH CONTROL
appears when the temperature of the Digital TEMPERATURE
Electronic Spray Control (DESC) has risen ;
too high. Take the sprayer to a Wagner authorized service center for
repair. | |
High Mechanical Load
when the sprayer shuts down because of high
current or when the sprayer goes into current |
fold back mode. Take the sprayer to a Wagner authorized service center
for repair.
ProSpray 3.39
‘Repairs at the unit
10. Servicing 11.2 Inlet and outlet valve
10.1 General servicing | 1. Remove the four screws in the front cover and then
Servicing of the unit should be carried out once annually by the
WAGNER service.
Check high-pressure hoses, device connecting line and
“ plug for damage.
Check the inlet valve, outlet valve and filter for wear.
10.2 High-pressure hose
Inspect the high-pressure hose visually for any notches or
bufges, in particular at the transition in the fittings. It must be
passible to turn the union nuts freely.
Repairs at the unit
Relief valve
Use a drift punch of 2 mm to remove the grooved pin (Fig.
13, Item 1) from the relief valve handle (2).
Remove the relief valve handle (2) and cam base (3).
Using a wrench, remove the valve housing (4).
Ensure that the seal (5) is seated correctly, then screw the
new valve housing (4) completely into the filter block (6).
Tighten securely with a wrench.
Align the cam base (3) with the hole in the filter block (6).
Lubricate the cam base with grease and slide on the cam
Bring the hole in the valve shaft (7) and | in the relief valve
handle (2) into alignment.
Insert the grooved pin (1) to secure the relief valve handle
in position.
“remove the front cover.
2. Turn the pressure control knob to minimum pressure. The
Digi-Trac™ screen should say “PRIME”.
3. Press the #1 key on the Digi-Trac™ control panel. The
“CREEP MODE" screen will now appear.
4. Slowly turn the pressure control knob clockwise to
increase the pressure. The crankshaft/slider assembly will
begin to move very slowly.
5. When it reaches the bottom, dead-center of its stroke, turn
the pressure control knob back to minimum pressure. The
crankshaft/slider assembly should stop.
6. Unplug the power plug from the outlet. |
7. Pull off clamp on suction tube and remove return hose.
‚ 8. Unscrew the connection hose (Fig. 14, item 1) from the
high-pressure filter.
9. Turn the knob on the side of the cart clockwise to unlock
the cart. Tilt the cart backwards until it locks into place.
10. Loosen and remove the inlet valve housing (2) from the
upper housing.
Remove bearing ring (3), O-ring (4), O-ring (5), inlet valve
seat (6), inlet valve ball (7) and upper ball guide (8).
Clean all the parts with the corresponding cleaning agent.
Check the inlet valve housing (2), inlet valve seat (6)
and inlet valve ball (7) for wear and replace the parts if
necessary. If the worn inlet valve seat (6) is unused on
one side, install it the other way around.
Screw out outlet valve housing (Fig 15, item 9) from the
piston (10) with 3/8 inch hexagon socket head wrench.
Remove the upper seal (11), upper ball guide (12), outlet
valve ball (13), washer (14) and outlet valve seating (15).
ProSpray 3.39
Repairs at the unit
Clean all the parts with the corresponding cleaning agent. 13. Remove the upper support ring (9) and upper packing
Check outlet valve housing (9), outlet valve seat (15), : assembly (10) from the top of the upper housing (2).
outlet valve ball (13) and upper ball guide (12) for wear 14. Remove the adapter (11) and lower packing assembly
and replace parts if necessary. If the worn outlet valve (12) from the bottom of the upper housing.
seat (15) is unused on one side, install it the other way
Carry out installation in the reverse order.
If you plan to replace the fluid section packings, move
on to section 11.3. If not, reassemble fluid section in the
reverse order of how it was disassembled.
8 6
11.3 Packings
- piston rod and remove the piston rod and upper housing.
Remove inlet valve housing in accordance with the steps
in Chapter 11.2, Page 16. Ш
It is not necessary to remove the outlet valve.
Pull the lever on the underside of the sprayer toward the
front of the sprayer. This will un-clamp the entire fluid
Slide the fluid section forward to remove it from the gear
Place the fluid section cylinder upright in a vise by .
clamping on the wrench flats (Fig. 16, Item 1).
Turn the upper housing (2) counterclockwise to loosen it
from the cylinder (3). |.
Slowly pull down the upper housing (2) just far enough to
expose the extension slider (4) and the connecting pin (5)
that connects the piston rod (6) to the extension slider (4).
Push the connecting pin out of the extension slider and | | | ВЕ
Place the upper housing upright in a vise by clamping оп
the wrench flats (7). 15. Clean the upper housing (2) and cylinder (3-5). Inspect
the upper housing and cylinder for damage and replace if
16. Place the upper housing upright (2) in a vise by clamping
on the wrench flats (7). | |
= 17. Locate the new upper and lower packings and remove the
(Fig. 16 pre-form tools. Save the upper packing pre-form tool for
use as the piston insertion tool later in this procedure.
Using a wrench, remove the upper seal retainer
Item 8). — | |
Slide the piston rod (6) out through the bottom of the
upper housing (2). .
Inspect the piston rod (6) for wear and replace if 1
ProSpray 3.39 © | | 17
18. Lubricate upper packing (10) and lower packing (12) with 26. insert the | piston rod (6) into the bottom of the upper
machine grease. housing (2), through the lower packing assembly (12),
19. Insert upper packing (Fig. 17) with O-ring (1) and through the upper packing assembly (10), and out through
| protruding lip (2) downward. the upper seal retainer (8). - |
2 —
Repairs at the unit
(17) 27. Remove the piston insertion tool from the top of the piston
rod (6).
20. Insert upper support rin 9) on top of the upper packin 28. Lubricate the threads on the upper housing with anti-seize
(10) PP РР 9 (9) й РРеГР 9 | - compound. Remove the upper housing from the vise.
21. Thread the upper seal retainer (8) into the upper housing 29. Insert the piston rod into the extension slider. When the
2). connecting pin hole on the piston rod lines up with the hole
in the extension slider, insert the connecting pin.
30. Thread the upper housing into the cylinder, turning
22. Rotate the upper housing in the vise so that the bottom
end is facing up.
23. Insert the lower packing (Fig. 18) partially into the bottom ) 2 ны
of the cylinder with the large beveled edge (1) facing 31. Continue to turn the upper housing clockwise until it is
toward the cylinder (beveled edge will be facing up when flush against the cylinder.
the cylinder is upright). 32. Replace the cylinder (3) back into the fluid section clamp
on the gear housing. Make sure to slide the top of the
a. | - piston rod extension into the T-slot (13) on the slider
1 > assembly (14).
33. Push the lever on the underside of the unit toward the rear
of the sprayer to lock the fluid section back into place.
34. Insert the adapter (Fig. 16, item 11) into the bottom of the
upper housing.
24. Push the lower packing assembly (Fig. 16, Item 12) into 35. Making sure that the bearing ring (Fig. 14, item 3) and
position using the lower packing insertion tool (see Fluid O-rings (Fig. 14, items 4-5) are lubricated and in place,
Section Assembly parts list for lower packing insertion tool reassemble the inlet valve assembly and and thread it into
PN). ~~ the upper housing. Tighten the inlet valve housing until
the o-ring engages, then continue to tighten until snug.
Once snug, tighten an additional 1/8-1/4 turn.
36. Replace the connection hose to the fitting on the high-
pressure filter.
37. Replace the return hose into the clamp on the siphon tube.
25. Place pe piston insertion tool over the top of the piston 38. Install front cover.
11.4 ProSpray 3.39 connection diagram
EMI Filter
Fuse block -
Power Cord
Switch Ground
P/N 0522052
P/N 0522053
| Red (+)
Hall sensor
Surge suppressor
P/N 0551758
Display wire
Pressure sensor
18 | | | ProSpray 3.39
12. Appendix
12.1 Selection of tip
To achieve faultless and rational working, the selection of the tip is of the greatest importance. *
In many cases the correct tip can only be determined by means of a spraying test.
Some rules for this:
The spray jet must be even.
If streaks appear in the spray jet the spraying pressure is either too low or the viscosity of the coating material to high.
Remedy: Increase pressure or dilute coating material. Each pump conveys a certain quantity in proportion to the size of the tip:
The following principle is valid: large tip = low pressure
small tip = high pressure
There is a large range of tips with various spraying angles.
12.2 Servicing and cleaning of Airless hard-metal tips
Standard tips
If a different tip type has been fitted, then clean it according to manufacturer’s instructions.
The tip has a bore processed with the greatest precision. Careful handling is necessary to achieve long durability. Do not forget the fact
that the hard-metal insert is brittle! Never throw the tip or handle with sharp metal objects.
The following points must be observed to keep the tip clean and ready for use:
1. Turn the relief valve handle fully counterclockwise (C Circulation).
Switch off the gasoline engine. |
Dismount the tip from the spray gun.
Place tip in an appropriate cleaning agent until all coating material residue is dissolved.
If there is pressure air, blow out tip.
Remove any residue by means of a sharp wooden rod (toothpick).
Check the tip with the help of a magnifying glass and, if necessary, repeat points 4 to 6.
12.3 Spray gun accessories
Flat jet adjusting tip
up to 250 bar (25 MPa
Spray width at about 30 cm | ВЕ Flat jet Contact protection
Tip marking Bore mm removal of spray object Use adjusting tip for the flat jet adjustment tip
| Pressure 100 bar (10 MPa) | Order No.
15 0.13-0.46 5 - 35 cm Paints 0999 057 7 O
20 0.18-0.48 | 5 - 50 cm Paints, fillers 0999 053 | g 7 > D
28 0.28 - 0.66 8 - 55 ст Paints, dispersions 0999 054
41 0.43 - 0.88 10 - 60 cm Rust protection 0999 055
| paints - dispersions
49 0.53-1.37 | 10 - 40 cm Large-area coats | 0999056
Order No. 0097 294
Tip extension | т | Ш | |
with slewable > | | ip extension r
knee joint Ro eg 39 e—3) Р ВЕ : d C _ J)
(without tip) DT | | | |
| 15 cm, F-thread, Order no. 0556 051 15 cm, G-thread, Order no. 0556 074 .
Length‘ 100 cm - Order no. 0096 015 30 cm, F-thread, Order no. 0556 052 30 cm, G-thread, Order no. 0556 075
Length 200 cm Order no. 0096 016 45 cm, F-thread, Order no. 0556 053 45 cm, G-thread, Order no. 0556 076
‚Length 300 cm Order no. 0096 017 60 cm, F-thread, Order no. 0556 054 60 cm, G-thread, Order no. 0556 077
ProSpray 3.39 19
12.4 Airless tip table
WAGNER without tip without tip
Trade Tip 2 F thread (11/16 - 16 UN) G thread (7/8 - 14 UN)
up to 270 bar for Wagner spray guns for Graco/Titan spray guns
(27 MPa) Order no. 0556 042 Order no. 0556 041
Application Tip Spray Bore Spraying
marking angle inch / mm width mm" [Order no.
Natural paints | 407 — 40° 0.007 / 0.18 160 0552 407
Clear paints | — 507 50° | 0.007 / 0.18 190 ——
Oils | = 209 | 20° | 0.009 / 0.23 145 0552 209
O 309 30° 0.009/0.23 — 160 0552 309
Lu 409 40° 0.009/0.23 190 0552 409
| © 509 . 50° 0.009 / 0.23 205 | 0552 509
| L 609 60° - 0.009 / 0.23 220 0552 609
Synthetic-resin paints | Y 111. 10° | 0.011 / 0:28 ЕЕ 85 | 0552111
PVC paints = 211 | 20° 0.011 / 0.28 95 0552 211
| с 311 | 30° 0.011 /0.28 - 125 0552 311
= 411 40° 0.011 / 0.28 | 195 0552 411
O) 511 50° 0.011 / 0.28 215 0552 511
= 611 60° 0.011 / 0.28 265 0552 611
- Paints, primers o 113 10 0.013 / 0.33 100 0552 113
Zinc chromate base vn 213 20° 0.013/0.33 110 0552 213
Fillers ; — 313 30° 0.013/0.33 | 135 0552 313
| 413 40° 0.013 / 0.33 200 0552 413
— 513 50° 0.013/0.33 245 0552 513
a 613 60° 0.013/0.33 275 0552 613
= 813 80° 0.013/0.33 — 305 0552 813
Fillers O 115 10° 0.015 / 0.38 90 0552 115
Spray plasters : ml 215 20° 0.015/0.38 100 0552 215
Rust protection paints TT 315 30° 0.015 / 0.38 160 0552 315
> 415 40° 0.015 / 0.38 200 0552 415
s 515 50° 0.015/0.38 245 0552 515
o 615 60° 0.015/0.38 265 0552 615
= 715 70° 0.015 / 0.38 290 0552 715
< 815 80° 0.015 / 0.38 325 0552 815
Spray plasters = 217 20° 0.017 / 0.43 110 0552 217
Rust protection paints D) 317 30° 0.017 / 0.43 150 0552 317
Red lead > 417 ; 40° 0.017 /0.43 - 180 0552 417
Latex paints © 517 50° 0.017/0.43 225 0552 517
©. 617 60° 0.017 / 0.43 280 0552 617
] 717 709 0.017 / 0.43 325 0552 717
| 219 20° 0.019/0.48 145 0552 219
319 30° 0.019/0.48. 160 0552 319
— 419 40° 0.019/0.48 185 0552 419
519 50° 0.019/0.48 | 260 0552 519
n 619 60° 0.019 / 0.48 295 0552 619
Ш 719 70° 0.019 / 0.48 320 0552 719
| E 819 _ 80° 0.019 / 0.48 400 0552 819
Mica paints = ‚221 20° 0.021 / 0.53 145 0552 221
Zinc dust paints > 421 40° 0.021 / 0.53 190 0552 421
Dispersions +. 521 50° 0.021 / 0.53 245 . | 0552 521
@ © 621 | 60° 0.021 / 0.53 | 290 0552 621
| = 821 | 80° 0.021 / 0.53 375 0552 821
Rust protection paints с 223 20° 0.023 / 0.58 155. 0552 223
3 423 40° 0.023 / 0.58 180 | 0552 423
O 523 50° 0.023 / 0.58 245 0552 523
= 623 60° 0.023 / 0.58 275 0552 623
5 723 70 — 0.023 / 0.58 325 0552 723
N 823 — 80% 0.023 / 0.58 | 345 0552 823
Dispersions 225 20° 0.025/0.64 130 0552 225
Binder, glue ; — 425 40% 0.025 / 0.64 190 0552 425
and filler paints 525 —. 50% 0.025 / 0.64 230 0552 525
В 625 60° 0.025 / 0.64 250 0552 625
825 80° | 0.025 / 0.64 295 0552 825
227 « 20 0.027 / 0.69 160 0552 227
427 40° 0.027 / 0.69 180 0552 427
> 527 50° 0.027 / 0.69 200 0552 527
TT 627 60° 0.027 / 0.69 265 0552 627
Ш 827 80° 0.027 / 0.69 340 0552 827 -
£ 629 60° 0.029 / 0.75 285 0552 629
O 231 20% 0.031 / 0.79 155 ‚ 0552 231
a 431 | 40° 0.031/0.79 185 0552 431
© 531 50° _ 0.031 /0.79 220 0552 531
= 631 | 60° . 0.031 / 0.79 270. 0552 631
= 433 | 40° 0.033/0.83 220 0552 433
= 235 20° ‚ 0.035 / 0.90 160 0552 235.
oO | 435 40° 0.035/0.90 195 0552 435
> 535 50° 0.035/0.90 235 0552 535
© 635 60° 0.035 / 0.90 295 ...| 0552635 .
ó 839 80° 0.039 / 0.99 — 480 —
| 243 20° 0.043/1.10 185 | 0552 243
Large-area coatings 543 50° : 0.043/1.10 | 340 0552 543
В | 552 50° 0.052 / 1.30 350 0552 552
1) Spray width at about 30 cm to the object and 100 bar (10 MPa) pressure with synthetic-resin paint 20 DIN seconds.
20 | ProSpray 3.39
12.5 TempSpray
The paint material is heated to the required temperature uniformly by an electric heating element, which is located inside the hose
(regulated from 20°C to 60°C). В
* Constant paint temperature even at low outside temperatures
* Considerably better working of high viscosity coating materials
* Increased application efficiency |
» Savings in solvents due to reduction in viscosity
+» Adaptable to all airless units
Order No. | Description
TempSpray H 126 (ideal for lacquer jobs)
2311659 Basic unit 1/4“ incl. stainless steel hose, DN6, 1/4“, 10m
2311852 Spraypack consisting of: basic unit (2311659), Airless gun AG 14 NPS 1/4°, incl. Trade Tip 2 nozzler holder
(F-thread) and Trade Tip 2 Fine Finish 410
| TempSpray H 226 (ideal for dispersions/materials with high viscosity)
2311660 Basic unit 1/4" incl. Hose reel, heated hose DN10, 15m, hose 1/4“ DN4, 1m
2311853 Spraypack consisting of: Basic unit (2311660), Airless gun AG 14 NPS 1/4“, incl. Trade Tip 2 nozzler holder
(F-thread) and Trade Tip 2 nozzle 419 | |
TempSpray H 326 (ideal for dispersions/materials with high viscosity)
2311661 Basic unit 1/4" incl. Hose reel, heated hose DN10, 30m, hose 1/4“ DN4, 1m
2311854 Spraypack consisting of: Basic unit (2311661), Airless gun AG 14 NPS 1/4“, incl. Trade Tip 2 nozzler holder
| (F-thread) and Trade Tip 2 nozzle 421 a
TempSpray H 226
TempSpray H 326
TempSpray H 126
ProSpray 3.39 | 21
126 Pump-Runner
(Order No. 2306987)
Universal accessories for cleaning, clean transportation and preservation of the pump unit.
Features: |
| Simpler cleaning — the cleaning liquid circulates constantly through the pump making thorough cleaning of the interior
No cleaning necessary during work stoppage or change of location because the paint in the pump cannot dry out or leak
Better protection |
- Simple assembly
Suitable for the following models:
Diaphragm Pumps Double-stroke piston pumps
SF 21 Finish 270/370 ~~ |PS24 PS3.25
SF23 + Nespray Deco" | PS 26 PS 3.29
SF 27 — Nespray 31 PS 30 PS 3.31
SF 31 PS 34 PS 3.34
SF 7000 |
Example of use
22 ProSpray 3.39
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| “#@ Tel. 0043/2235/44 158 - Fax: 0043/2235/44 163 + office
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08750 Molins de Rey - Barcelona Spain
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