Graco 307738E PT2500 Electric Airless Paint Sprayer Owner's Manual

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INSTRUCTIONS-PARTS LIST
307-738
Rev E
This manual contains IMPORTANT
INSTRUCTIONS and WARNINGS.
READ AND RETAIN FOR REFERENCE.
114 Gallon Per Minute,220 VAC, 50 Hz
PT2500-
Supersedes D
AWUW\TK)N EQUIPMENTFRMIGRICO
ELECTRIC AIRLESS PAINT SPRAYER
270 bar (3000psi) MAxlMuM WORKING PRESSURE
Model 218-730, Series B
Includes gun,hose. Reverse-A-Clean"' Dripless"
Tip Guard and SwitchTip Spray Tip
U.S. Patent No. 4,616,982
Foreign Patents Pending
-
Always.Professional Results
QRACO
GRACO INC. P.O. BOX 1441 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440-1441
@COPYRIGHT1985, GRACO INC.
WELCOME TO GRACO'S PAINTER'S TEAM
Before you use the PT2500@ Sprayer, please read this entire instruction
manual.
It contains important information that will helpyou operate the sprayer safelyand
efficiently, and will help you keep the sprayer in top operating condition.
TABLE OF CONTENTS ~~~~~~~~/~~
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Backcover
Terms
PT2500Descrlptlon
Warnlngs
Avertlssement (French Warnlngs)
Advertencla (Spanish Warnlngs)
Setup
Startup
Malntenance
Applicatlon Methods
Roubleshootlng
Repalrlnstructlons
Parts Drawings.and Lists
PT2500Sprayer,Modei218-730
AcceSsorIes
Important Phone Numbers
Technlcal Data
Warranty
Be sure youread and understand
eachbf these termsbefore reading the rest of the manual.
WARNING Alertsthe userto avoidor correct conditions
which could cause bodily injury.
CAUTION Alerts user to avoid or correct conditions
which could damage or destroy the equipment.
FLUID INJECTION INJURY , A serious injury, which
may appear to be only
a simple cut, caused by the high
pressure injectionof fluid directly into the body.
NOTE Gives additional explanation of a procedure or
helpbl hints.
PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE Asafetyprocedure
for relievingfluid pressure in the system.
WARNING
Hazard of Using Fluids ContainingHalogenated Hydrocarbons
Never use1,1, I-trichioroethane, methylene chloride, other halogenatedhydrocarbon solvents or fluids containing such solvents in this
equipment. Such use could result in a serious chemical reaction, with the possibility of explosion, which could cause death, serious bodily injuryandlor substantial property damage.
to ensure thatthe fluids being used
are compatible with aluminum and zinc
parts.
Consult your fluid suppliers
CAUTION
A torque wrenchis needed to properly check and'tighten the valves screws
and
onthis sprayer. Failure to torque
these parts at thespecified intervals (see page 13) will result in leaking and serious damage tothe sprayer.
PT2500 Sprayer Descrlptlon
MOTOR
me PT2500 Sprayer
hasa 1/2HP, 220 VAC, 50Hz, single
phase, 1425 rpm motor. The motor is supplied with a
three-wlre power supply cord; an appropriate
plug must
be installed by the user. The sprayerON/OFFswitch is located on the box on the
side of the motor. The motor’s
function is to drive the hydraulic pump. The motor runs
continuously whenit islumed on to keep the paint at the
desired pressure.
PAINT PUMP
The paint pumpis immersed directly into
a paint pail, so
the pumpis actually being pressure
fed without the mess
and trouble ofpouring paint into
a hopper.
BYPASS VALVE
The bypass valve has
two functions: (1) to assist in priming the paint pump during
Initial startup, and(2)to provide
positive reliefof paint pressure from the
gun, hose and
sprayer.
PAINT HOSE
One electrically conductive nylon paint hose is supplied
with sprayerModel 218-730.This 7 m (25ft.) hose hasa
6 mm (1/4in.) ID, 1/4 npsm(fbe) couplings and spring
guards onboth ends.
SPRAY GUN, REVERSE-A-CLEAN IVTIP GUARD
AND SPRAYTIP
HYDRAULIC PUMP
21 8-730
has a tough,
The hydraulic pumpis located insidethe hydraulic reser- The spray gunsupplied with Model
me
gun
has
atrigger
safety lever
lightweight
plastic
body.
voir. The motor drives an eccentric bearing which pushes
which prevents accidentally triggeringthe gun when the
the piston in and out of the hydraulic pump. The pump
re
lever is set in the safe position. (See WARNINGS,
ciprocates the hydraulic
fluid to operate the diaphragm.
Page 4.)
DIAPHRAGM,
The diaphragm separates the hydraulic and paint porThe Reverse-A-Clean IV Tip Guard uses high pressure
tions of the paint pump. Hydraulic oil causes the diafluid to unclogthe spray tip without removingit from the
30 times per secphragm to move up and down almost
gun. (Seepage 12.) It includes a safety tip guard which
ond, no matter what pressure you are spraying at.
of a fluid injection injury. A No. 315
helps reduce the risk
PRESSURE CONTROL KNOB
spray tip for use with latex paintis also included.
The paint pressure is regulated by turning the pressure
control knob clockwise to increase pressure and
counterclockwise to decrease pressure.
'
HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY CAN CAUSE SERIOUSINJURY.
FOR PROFESSIONAL USE
ONLY. OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS.
Read and understand all instruction manuals before operating the equipment.
FLUID INJECTION HAZARD
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
General Safety
This eauiDmentaenerates very hiah fluid wesure. S~ravfrom
the gun, h k s oiiuptured components cin inject fluid thruugh
yourskinandintoyourbody,andcauseexlremelyseriousbodily
injury, includingthe need for amputation. Also,
fluid injected or
splashed into the eyesonorthe skincancause serious damage.
NEVER point the spray
gun at any one or at any of
part
the body.
NEVER put yourhand or fingersoverthe spray tip. NEVER tryto
"blow back" paint; thisis NOT an air spray system.
ALWAYS have the tip guard in place on the spray gun when
spraying.
T/p Guard
ALWAYS have the tip guard in place on the spray gun while
spraying. The tip guard alerts youto the fluid injection hazard
and heips reduce,but does not prevent. the risk
of accidentally
.placing your fingers or any part
of your body close to the spray
tip.
Trigger Guard
Always havethetriggerguardin placeonthegun whenspraying
toreducetheriskofaccidentallytriggerlngthegunifitisdropped
or bumped.
Spray Tlp Safety
Useextremecautionwhencleaninaorchanainas~ravti~s.
lfthe
-.
ALWAYSfollowlhe PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE, below, spray tip clogs while spraying,eniage the gun safecy fever imPressure Rellef Procedure, bebeforecleaningorremovingthespraytiporservicinganysystem mediately. ALWAYS follow the
low, and then remove the spraytip to clean it.
equipment.
NEVER wipeoff build-up around the spray
tip until thepressure
NEVER try to stop or deflect leaks with your
hand orbody.
is fully reiieves'and the
gun safely is engaged.
Be sure equipment safety devices are operatlng properly before
Pressure Relief Procedure
each use.
To reduce the risk of serious
bodily injury, including fluid injection,splashingfluidorsolventintheeyesorontheskin,orinjury
Medical Alert--Airless Spray Wounds
frommovingpansorelectricshock,aiwaysfollowthisprocedure
If any fluid appears to penetrate your skin,get EMERGENCY
MEDICAL CARE AT ONCE. DO NOT TREAT AS A SIMPLE whenever you shutoff the sprayer, whenchecking or servicing
any part of the spray system. when
installing, cleaning
orchangCUT. Tell thedoclor exactly whatfluid was injected.
ing spray tips, and whenever you stop spraying.
Note to Physlclsrt injection in the skin is a traumatic injury.
1. Shut off the sprayerand unplug it.
It is imporlantto treat theinjury surgicaiiy as soon as possible.
2.
Hold a metal pan of the gun firmly to the side of a grounded
Do not delay treatment Lo research toxlcity. Toxicityis a conmetal pail, and trigger the gun into the paintpail lo relieve
cern withsome exoticcoatinosiniecteddirectlvintothe blood
pressure.
stream. Consultation with aciasic surgeon oireconstructive
hand surgeon maybe advisable.
3. Engage thegun safely lever.
4. Turn the bypass valve ONE
turn counterclockwise to drain
Spray Gun Safety Devices
paint back into the pail.
Besureallgunsafetydevicesareoperatingproperlybeforeeach
use. Donoiremoveor modify any part of thegun; this can cause
N you suspect that the spray
tip or hoseis completely clogged,
a malfunctionand result in serious bodily injury.
or that pressorehas not been fully relievedafter following the
steps above, very slowly loosen the part to relieve pressure
Safety Lever
gradually, then loosen completely. Now clear
the tip or hose.
Whenever you stop spraying,
even fora moment, alwayssat the
gun safety leverin the closed or 'safe" position, makingthe gun
inoperative. Failureto set the safety lever
can result in accidental
EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD
triggering. See the illustrationbelow.
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I
General Safety
TRIGGER
SAFETY LNER IN
"OFF SAFE" OR
SPRAYING
POSITION
Any misuse of the spray equipment or accessories, suchas
overpressurizing, modifying parts,using incompatible chemicaisandfluids,orusingwornordamagedparts,cancausethem
to rupture and result
influid injection, splashingin the eyesoron
theskin, or otherseriousbodily injury, or fire, explosion
or prop
erty damage.
NEVEAalterormodifyanypartofthIsequipment;doingsocould
cause it to malfunction.
CHECKailsprayequipmentregulariyandrepaIrorreplaceworn
or damaged parts immediately.
Always wearprdective eyewear, gloves,clothing and respirator
as recommended by thefluid and solvent manufacturer.
System Pressure
This sprayer can develop 210 bar(3000psi) MAXlMUM WORKING PRESSURE. Be sure all spray equipment and accessories
used are rated
to withstand the this pressure.
DO NOT exceed
Diffuser
the
maximum
working
pressure
of
any
component
or accessory
Thegundiffuserbreaksupsprayandreducestherlskoffluldinjection when the tip isn d installed. Check diffuser operation used in the syslem.
regularly. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure, below, then
Fluid and Solvent Compatibility
remove the spray tip.Aim thegun into a metal pail.holding the
Allchemicalsusedinthesprayerarechemicallycompatiblewith
gunfirmlytothe pail. Usingthe lowest possible pressure, trigger the wened parts shownin the TECHNICALDATA on the back
thegun.ifthefluideminedisnotdiffusedintoanirregularstream, cover. Always read the
chemical manufacturer's literature before
replace the diffuser immediately.
using them in this sprayer.
A
9 n ~
710
Static electricity is created
by the flow offluid through thepump
2. FluidhoseS:u~onlygmundedh~swithaMximumOf5W
n(l50m)combi~hoseiengthtoensuregrwndingcontinuand hose. Ifevery part of the spray equipment is not properly
ity. See Hose Groundlng Contlnulty below.
grounded,sparltingmaycccur,andthesystemmaybecomehazardous.Sparkingmayaisooccurwhenplugginginorunplugging
3. Spraygun:oMaingroundingthroughconnectiontoaproperly
apowersupplycordorusingagasoiineengine.Sparkscanignite
grounded fluid hose and sprayer.
fumes from solvents and the
fluid being sprayed, dust panicles
4. Object being sprayed: according to l o c a l code.
and other flammable substances, whether you are spraying
indwrs or outdwrs, and can causea fire or explosion
and serious
5. Fluid supply container:according to iocai code,
bodily injury and property damage.
Ityouexperienceanystaticsparkingorevenasiightshockwhile 6. Allsolventpails used when flushing,accordingto localcode.
Use only metal pails, which are conductive.
Do not piacethe
usingthisequipment.ST0PSPRAYlNGIMMEDIATELY.Check
pail
on
a
non-conductive
surface,
such
as
paper or cardthe entire system for proper grounding. Do
not use the system
board. which interrupts thegrounding continuity.
again until the problem h a been identifiedand correcled.
7. To maintain grounding continuity when flushing or relieving
Grounding
pressure,alwayshoidametalpartofthegunfirmlytotheside
To reduce the riskof static sparking,ground the sprayerand all
of a grounded metalpail,then trigger thegun.
othersprayequipmentusedoriocatedinthesprayarea.CHECK
your local electrical &e for detailed grounding instructions for Flushlng Safety
your areaand tvoe of eauioment.
BE SURE
to around
all of this
. .
Reducetheriskoffiuidinjeclioninjury,staticsparking,orsplashSpray equipmeit
ing by following the flushing procedure given
on page 13 of this
1. Sprayer:plug the power supply cord. or extension cord, each manual. Foiiow thePressure Relief Procedure on page 2, and
removethespraytip~oreRushing.HoldametalpartofthegUn
ecpippedwith an undamaged three-prongplug, into a prop
eriy groundedoutlet. Do not use an adapater. All extensions finlytothesideofagroundedmetalpailandusethelowestpossible fluid pressure during flushing.
cords must have three wires
and be rated for 15 amps.
HOSE SAFETY
High pressure fluid in the h o w can be very dangerous. Ifthe
h e develops aleak, split ofrupture dueto any kind d wear,
damage or misuse, the
high pressure spray emitted from
It can
causeafluidinjectioninjuryorotherseriousbodilyinjuryorpmp
erty damage.
ALL FLUID HOSESMUST HAVE STRAINRELIEFS ON BOTH
HANDLE AND ROUTE HOSES CAREFULLY Do not pull on
hoses to move equipment. Keep
hoses clear d movingpartsand
hotsurfacesofthepumpandgasengine.Donotusefluidsorsoivents which arenot compatible with the innertube and wverof
the hose. DO NOT expose Graco
hmes to temperatures a b v e
1800 (**" c, Or bel0w-40' (-400 )'.
hose for cuts, leaks, abrasion, bulging cover, or damage or limits.
use a iesistance meter in the appropriate range for your
movementofthehosecouplings.lfany oftheseconditionsexist,
hose to check the resistance.If the resistance exceeds the recommended limits, repiaceit Immediately. An ungr.wndad or
replacethehoseimmediateiy. DO NOTtrytorecnupiehighprest a p or any other device.A repaired poorly grounded hose can make your system hazardous. Also
sure hose or mend it with
hme cannot contain the
high pressure fluid.
read FIREOR EXPLOSION H-RD,
below.
La pulverlsatlon ii haute presslon peut causer de blessures trhs graves.
Reserve excluslvernent ii I'usage protesslonnel. Observer toutes les conslgnes de securlte.
Blen llre et blen cornprendre tous 18s rnanuels d'lnstructlons avant d'utlllser le rnaterlel.
RISQUES D'INJECTION
Diffuseur
Conslgnes g6nerales de securltb
Cet a parell produit
unfiuide A t r k haute pression.LefluidepulLe diffuseur du pistoletsen A diviser le jet et A redulre les risques
v~ri~parleplstoletoulefluidesouspressionprovenantdebites d'injection accidenteiie
quand I'ajutage n'est pas en place. Veriouden1pturespeutp6netrersoulapeauouAI'interieurducorps fierlefonctionnementdudiffuseurrkgulierement.
Pourcettevbrietentrainerdesblessurestrkgraves,voirm6meuneamputation. ficatlon, detendreia pressionen ObseNant ia Marche B Sulvre
Pour DBtendrela Presslon d o n n b pius loin enlever I'ajutage
MBme sans 6tresous pression. le fiulde kclabussant ou entrant
dans Ies yeux peut aussi entrainer des blessures graves.
du pulverisateur. Pointerle pistoietdans un seau en mbtai, en le
maintenant fermementcontre le seau. puis, en utilisant la presNE JAMAISpointer le pistolet vers quelqu'un ou vers une partie sion la plus faible possible. appuyer sur
la QaChettedu pistolet.
quelconque du corps. NE JAMAIS mettrele main ou ies doigts
Si le fluide projeten'estpas diffuse sousforme de jet irrClguller,
de 'refouier"
sur I'ajutagedu pulverisateur. NE JAMAiS essayer
remolacer immediatementle diffuseur.
la peinture. Cet appareil N'est PAS un compresseur
Protection de I'ajufage
pneumatique.
TOUJOURS maintenirla Drotection de I'alutaae en dace sur ie
pistolet du pulverisateur ljendant la pulveiisatTon.L i protection
TOUJOURS garderla protection de I'ajutage en place sure le
de I'ajutage attire I'attention sur
les risquesd'injection let contripistolet pendantla pulverisation.
bueBreduire,main'Bvitepaslerisque,queiesdoigtsouuneparTOUJOURS observer ia Marche B Sulvre Pour Detendre la
tiequeiconqueducorpsnepassentaccidenteiiementBproximit e immkliate de I'ajutage du pulv6risateur.
Pression d o n n b Dius loin,avant de nettover ou d'enlever I'aiutage du pulverisateur, ou d'effectuer un trivail queiconque sur
Conslgnes de securlte conkernant I'ajutage
une partiede I'appareil.
du puhdrlsateur
Faire extr6mement attentionA I'occasion du nettoyage ou due
NE JAMAiS essayerd'arraer ou de devier le bites avec la main
remplacementdesajutagesdupulv6risateur.SiI'ajutagesebuou le corps.
chependent lapulv8risation.
mettre immediatementle verroude
skurite du pistolet. TOUJOURSbien observe la Marche B SulAvant chaqueutliisatlon,bien s'assurerquelesdispositifsdes&
vre Pour Detendre la Presslon puisenleverI'ajutagedu pulvb
curite fonctionnent correctement.
risateur pour le nettoyer.
Solns rnedlcaux
NEJAMAiSessuyercequis'estaccumuleautourdeI'ajutagedu
En cas de p6netration de fluide
SOUS ia peau: DEMANDERIMpulv4risateur avantque la pression ne soit compietement tomMEDIATEMENT DES SOiNS MEDICAUX D'URGENCE. Ne
bee et que le verrou de skurite dupistoiet ne soit engage.
pas soigner cette blessure
wmme une simple coupure.
March ii sulvre pour Detendre la Presslon
PourkJuire Ies risquesde biessuresgraves, y compris ies blesAvIsaum6decln: Lap.4n6hationdesfluidessouslapeauest
suresparprojectiondefluldeouceilescausgespardeklabousun traumatisme. II est important de traiter chlrurglcalement
suresdanslesyeuxousurlapeau,pardespihenmouvement,
Cette blessure imm6diatement. Ne pas retarder le traitementpoureffectuerdesrecherchessurlatoxicite.Certainsretoujours bien observe cene marche
B suivre chaque fois que
l'on
arr6te 18 pulverisateur, A I'OccasIon de ia verification.du egaieou
vbtements exotlquessont dangereusementtoxigues
quandils
SOnt ln]ect6s directement dansle sang. I1 est souhaitable de
du nettoyage du systdme ou lops du changement des ajutages.
consulterun chirurglenesthhtiquesouun chirurgiensp6ciali1. Arrdter le puiv-'erisateur et debrancher la prise de courant.
s.4 dans la reconstruction des mains.
2. En maintenant une panle m6tallique du plstoler fermement
appuybe le c6te d'unseau en metal relie A la terre, appuyer
Dlsposltlfs de securltb du pistolet
sur la gachettedu pistolet pour liberer
ia pression.
Avantchaqueutllisation,blensassurequetouslesdispositifsde
3.
Engager
le
verrou
de
skurite
de
la
pistolet.
Skurite du pistolet fonctlonnent wRBc1ement. Ne
pas enlever
4. Toumer le robinet de derivation d'UN tour dans
sens
du pistolet; cecl risquerait
. la
.~
ni modifier une partie quelconque
Contraire des alguilles d'une montre pour vidanger la
d'entrainer un mauvaisfonctionnementet des blessures graves.
peinture dansle seau.
Verrou de s6curit6
Sll'onsoupconnequeletuyauoul'ajutageestcompl~tementbouA chaque fois queI'on s'arr6te de puiveriser, m6me s'll s'agit
ch.4 00 que la pression n'apas Bt.4 compl6tementlib6r.4e a p r k
d'un coun instant, toujours menreleverrou desecuritedu pist&
avoir procede aux operations ci-dessus, desserrer TRES
let sur la position. 'fermee" ou '&curite" ("safe"), pour em*
LENTEMENTi'krou de retenuedela protectiondeI'ajutage ou
cher le pistoletde fonctionner. SI le verrou de securite n'est pas
leraccorddeboutdetuyauetlibererprogressivementiapression,
mis, le pistolet p
u
t se dklencher accldenteliement.
puis terminer le desserage. On peut maintenant debroucher
I'ajutageou ie tuyau.
Verroudeskurlt~surlaposition'safe"(skurite)oufermee.VerRISQUES EN CAS DE MAUVAISE
rou de skurite sur la pcsition "marche" ou fonctionnement.
~
GACHETTE
plstolet
,V'ERROU DE SECURITE
LA POSITION
"MAACHP OU
FONCTIONNEMENT
~
~~
UTIUSATION DU MATERIAL
Conslgnes generales de sbcurltb
loute utilisation anormalede I'appareil du pulverlsationou des
accessoirescomme, parexemple.ia mise sousune pression excessive, les modlflcationsdepleces,I'utilisationde produitschimiques et de matieres incompatibles et I'utilisation de p i k e s
u s e s ou abimeespeut causer des dClgatsA I'appareil ou des
et entrainer une injection
de liquide ou d'auruptures de pieces
tres blessures serieuses.
un incendie, une explosion
ou d'autres
d&its.
NEJAMAlSaltereoumodifierunepi~cedecetappareil:cecirisquerait d'entrainerson mauvais fonctionnement.
VERIFIER reguiihrement tout I'appareilde pulverisationet ses
Bquipernentset reparerouremplacerimmediatementlespidces
us& ou abimees.
Compatibilitb chlmlque des Corps
Toujours porterune protection pour yeux,
ies degants. desvBte
mens protecIeur et un d i s p i t i f pour ia respirationcorreswnsont
BiEN SASSURERque tous ies corps des solvants utiiises
dantauxrecommendationsdesfabricantsdefiuidesetsolvants. chimiquementcompatiblesaveclespartiesmouiil~esindiqu6es
Presslon du systbme
dans 1 8 5 'Donnees techniques", a la page 24. Toujours liresol& plverisatgur peuc poduire une PRESSION MAWMUM DE
gneusement Ies documents et brochures du fabricant des fiuiTRAVAIL de 210 kg/cm2 (3000 ~ b / ~ ~ sassurer
.z).
que tous ies deset soivantsutilidsavant des'en servirdans cepuiverisateur.
Blements du pulverisateur et ses accessoires sontc o n q ~ spour
rkistera la pression maximumdetravaiidece puiverisateur. NE
PAS depasser la pression maximum de travail d'aucun BIB
des
ments ou accesoires utili& avec cet appareil.
MESURES DE SECURlTE CONCERNANT LES
TUYAUX FLEXlBLES
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
LefiuideBhautepressloncirculantdansiestuyauxpeutBtretr~ MANIPULER LES TUYAUX AVEC PRECAUTIONET CHOlSlR
dangereux. Encasdefuitesurietuyau,defissure,d~hirureou SOiGNEUSEMENTLEURCHEMIN.Nepasd6placerlefluideen
ruptures iasuitede I'usure, dedeg&soud'une mauvaiseutiiisa- tirant sur le tuyau. Nepas utiliser de fiuides ou de soivant?, que
tion, les projectionsdefluide haute pressionqui en proviennent
nesontpascompatiblesavecI'enveloppeinterieurouexterieure.
peuvent entrainer des blessures graves par penetration sous ia detuyau.
NEPASexposerietuyauafiuidesdestemperaturessuNrieures a 82°C (180°F) ou inferleures -40% (-4O'F).
peau ou par contact, ainsi que des degats materiels.
TOUS LES TUYAUX FLEXIBLES DOIVENT AVOlR DES RES- Continuitb de la mise & la terre des
tuyaux
SORTS SPlRALE DE PROTECTION AUX
2 BOUTS! LeSSPira- Une b o n e continuit6de la mise la terne des tuyaux estesenies de protection contribuenta &iter ia formationde pliures. de tieliepour maintenir lamise a laterne de I'ensemble de vaporisboucles ou de nmuds sur les tuyaux qui pourraient entrainer la tion. Verifiez laresistance ,jlectrique de
tuyaux g fluides et a
rupturedu tuyau B I'endroit du raccord ou B son voisinage.
air, au moinesune fois par semaine.Si votre tuyau necomporte
SERRER FERMEMENTtousIes raccords avant chaque utiiisa- pas @etiquettequi prkise ia resistance Blectrique maximum,
tion.Lefiuidesous ressionpeutfairesauterunraccorddesserre prenezcontactaveclefoumlsseurdetuyauxoulafabricantpour
ou produire un jet haute pression s'echappant par
18 raccord.
avoir Ies iimites dedsistance maximum. Utiiisezun metre de6sistance de ia gamme appropriee pour votre tuyau
et verifiez ia
NE JAMAIS utiliser un tuyau endommage. Avant chaque
resistance. Siceile-ci depasse 1% IimiteS recommandees, remMilisation, verifier entlerement chaque tuyau pourd k l e r ies
coupures, fuites. abrasions, boursouflures de I'enveioppe ou
piacez ietuyau immkliatement. Un tuyau sans miseA iaterreou
avec una mise & la terre irx)(KTectB
peut entrainar des risquas
il faut rernplacer le tuyau
toute autre deteriorations,
imm8diatement.NEPASessayerderefaireieraccordd'untuyau pour Votm systhme. Lisez aussi LES RISOUES D'INCENDIE
OU D'EXPLOSION.
du ruban adhesifou
haute pression ni de reparer ie tuyau avec
ne peut pas rbisterau
ou par tout autre moyen. Un tuyau repare
fiuide sous pression.
t
RISQUES D'INCENDIE OU D'EXPLOSION
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
De i'eiectrlcitb statiqueest produite parle passage du fluide B
2. PistoletRBaiiserlamisealaterreen leraccordantaunetuyau
flexible ei a une pulverisateurdej& convenablement
relib a la
grande vitesse dans lap o m p et dans18s tuyaux. Si toutes les
terre.
ne Sont pas convenable
pieces de I'appareil de puiverisation
3. TuyaoxfleXibles: Afind'assurerlacontinuitedelamisealaterment reiieesou a ia masse ou a la terre, des etincdles peuvent
seprodupet I'appareilrisquesd'6tredangereux.Desetincelies
re, n'utiliserque destuyaux comportant une mise
A ia terreet
peuvent Egaiementse produire
6 l'occasiondu branchementou
ayant une longueur maximum combinbe de 150 m (1500
du dbbranchement du cordon d'alimentation ou de I'utiiisation
pieds).Se reporter 6galementau paragraphe. 'Continuit6 du
d'un rnoteur & essence. Les etincelles sontsuff isantes pour aliuclrcult de mls B la terre destuyaux".
mer les vapeurs de soivantset iefiuide puiverise, les fines parti- 4. R B c i p i e n t d ~ l i m e n t a ~ o ~ : o b s e ~ e r i e ciesr8giemenm~eou
cuiesde pousslere ainsi qued'autres substancesinflammabies. tions locales.
5, obiets, mat.4rielousudaces recevantlapulv.4risatn~obserquand on pulverise B I'interieur ou A i'exterieur, et eiies peuvent
causwunincendie ou une explosion, ainsi que des blessures ver ie code ou ies resiementations
gravesetdesdeg6tsmateriels.Toujourbrancherlepuiverisateur
dans un prise se trouvant a mains 6 m (20 pie&) de I'appareil et
6. TOUS le Seaox de solvant utilisesP u r 18 rinGWe: O b m e r 18
olj se fait
puiv6risation, Na pas brancher ou
code ou Ies r6giementations locales.Nutiliserque des seaux
debrancheruncordond'alimentationqueiqu'ilsoitdansiazone
metalliqueconducteursdeI'electrlcite.Nepasmeareleseau
olj sefait ia pulverisateurquandiI y a le moindre risque que des
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vapeurs encoreprbentes dan i'air prennent feu.
s'iiseproduitdss~tinceilesd'electricitestatique, ousi vousre57. Pour conserverla continuit.4 de la mise a la terre quand on
sentez mOindre d6charge, ARRETEZ
LA
rinck le mat.4riel ou quand on /b&e la pression, toujours
maintenir une partie mbtalliquedu pistolet fermement a p
PULVERISATI0N.Verifiezquelesystemeavant que leproblerne
puyee wntre c.te
seau en metal puis appuyer sur la
soil identifie et unrige.
detente du pistolet.
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Mlse B la terre ou B la masse
Pour rkluire Ies risques de production d'etincelles d'blectricite
statique, le puiverisateur et tous Ies equipement utilisesou se
trouvantdanslazonedepulverisationdoiventetrereiiffitslatene
ou a la masse. Pour connaitrele detail des instructions mise
de
a iamredans lar8gionet letypeparticulierd'~uipement,CONSULTER le code ou ies regiementations eiectriques locales.
S'ASSURER que tousle Quipements de pulverlsation suivants
sont bien relib A la terre:
1. Pulv.4risateuc Brancher ie cordon d'alimentation ou la
raiiongequledoiventBtreL?quip6sd'uneprise3fichesenbon
atat, dans une prisede courant convenablement misea ia
terra Ne pas utiliserd'adaptateur.
Touts ie rallongesdoivent
avoir 3 files et Btre prevuespour 15 amp6res.
Mesures deSbcurltb concernant le RlnGage
ies
de
par @netration de la peau
Pour
etlesrisquesdOsauxetinceilesd'electricitBStatiqueouaux~ia~
obselve la marche a suivre pour rinvge donnb
Observer
Suivre pour
a page 13 de ce
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Presslon"
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Dbtendre
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du pulv.4risateur avant le rin5age, Maintenir
une paei,
metailique du pistolet fermement appuyee cornre dte
seau en m6tal relie 6 la terreet utiliser la pression la plus faibie
possible pendentle rinwge,
EL ROCIADO A ALTA PRESION PUEDE CAUSAR GRAVES LESIONES.
SOLO PARA US0 PROFESIONAL. RESPECTE LOS AVISOS DE ADVERTENCIA.
Lea y entlenda todo el manual de lnstrucclones antesde manejar el equipo.
PELlGRO DE [NYECClON DE
FLUID0 W
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Segurldad general
Esie e q u i p general un fluido a una presibn muy
alia. El raciado
deiapistoia,losescapesdefiuidoordurasdeloscomponenies
puedeninyectarfluidoenlapielyelcuerpoycausarlesionesexiremadamenie graves, incluyendo a veces
la necesidadde ampuiaci6n. Tambien. e1 fluido inyeciado o salpicado en 10s 010s
puede causar gravesd a h .
NUNCA apuntarla pistolahaciaalguien o alguna partedel cuerPO. NUNCA wlocar la mano o ios dedos encima la
debcquilla.
NUNCAfratarde"hacerretomarlapiniura";esieNOesunsisie
ma derociado de aire.
SlEMPREienerwlocadoelproieciordeiaboquiilaenlapisioia
mientras se esta pulverizando.
SIEMPRE seguirel procedlmlento de descarga de preslh,
dadom8sabajo,antesdelimpiarosacarlaboquillaodedarservicio a cualquier
del sistema.
NUNCA iraiar de parar 0 desviar los escapes con.la mano o el
cuerpo.
Asegurar que todos10s aparatos de seguridaddel equipo &n
funcionando bien antes de cada uso.
Tratamlento
rnbdlco
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Si pareciera queun pow de fluido peneir6 la piel. conseguir
TRATAMIENTO MEDICO DE URGENCIA DE INMEDIATO.
NO TRATAR LA HERIDACOMO UN SIMPLE
CORTE. Deciral
medico exactameniecua fluldo We.
Avlso a1m6dlco: Si se Mega a inyectar este fluido en
la piel
se causauna lesi6n traumdtica. Es Importante tratar qulrbrglcamente la lesi6n a la brevedad poslble. No demorar el
tratamiento para investigar la toxicidad. La toxlcidad es algo
de sumarimpottanciaen algunaspinturasex6tlcas cuandose
inyectan directamente
a1 torrente sanquineo. Sird conveniente consultara un especialistaen cirugtapldsticao reconstructlva delas manos.
Aparatos de seguridad de la plstola pulverlzadora
Asegurar queiWos ios aparaios protectores
de la pistola esih
funcionando bien antes de cada uso. No sacar ni modificarningunapiezade la pisioiapuespcdriacausafe1malfuncionamiento de la misma ccn las ccnsigulenteslssiones personales.
Pestil/o de seguridad
Cadavezquesedejedepuiverizar,aunqueseaporunbrevemw
menio, siempre colocarel pestillo de seguridad en la posici6n
"cerrada", loquedeja la pistola inoperanie.Ei no haceriopuede
ilevar ai disparo lmprevisio
de la pistola. Ver la ilusiraci6n mas
abajo.
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Protector de la boquilla
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SlEMPREtenerelprdeciordelaboquiliacolocadoenlapistoIa
mientras se e& pulverizando. Esieprdector llama la aiencibn
contra e1 peligro de inyeccih y ayuda a reducir,
per0 no eviia,
la colocacibn accidental
de 10s dedos 0 cualquier oira parte del
cuerpo cercade la boquilia.
Segurldad de la boquilla puiverizadora
Tenermuchocuidadoallimpiarocambiariasboquillas.SiIlegaraaobsiruirse mientrasesth pulverizando,engancharelpesiiilo
de la pistola de inmediato.SIEMPRE seguir el procedlmlenio
de descarga de presl6n y despub sacar ia boquilla para
limpiaria
NUNCAlimpiarlaacumuiaci6ndepiniuraalrededordelaboquiIla antes deque se haya descargadopor compleio la presi6ny
el pesiillo est6 enganchado.
Procedimiento de descarga de presi6n
Para reducirei riesgodesufrirgraveslesiones corporales,incluyendo la inyecci6n de fiuidos. salpicaduras
en ios 010s o la piei,
o lesiones causadaspor piezas en movimienio, siempre seguir
esie procedimientoal apagar la mhquina pulverizadora,al revisar,ajusiarolimpiareisisiema,oalcambiarlasboquiilas,ycada
vez que se deja de pulverizar.
1. Apagar la pulverizadora y desenchufaria.
2. Apoyar unaparte meffilicade la pistola firmemenie contra
un
balde de metal puesio a iierra, y disparar
la pisioia deniro del
&)de para dexargar lapresibn.
3. Enganchar el pestillo del gaiillo de la pistola.
4. DarleUNAvueliaenseniidoconirahorarioalav~vuladepaso
para vaciar ia piniura de vuelta al balde.
Sisesospechaquelaboquillaolamangueraes~completamen~
obstruida,oquenOsehadescargadoporcompletolapresi6ndespues de haber seguidoel procedimiento anterior. aflojar MUY
LENTAMENTEunadaptadordeextremodelamangueraolatuerca de renenci6ndel prdecior de lay puma y descargar gradualmentelapresi6nn,despuesaflojarlopor~mpleto.Leugo,despejar
la boquiilao la manguera.
PELIGRO POR MALU S 0 DEL EQUIP0
Segurldad general
Cualquier malu50 del e q u i p puiverizador o 10s accesorios, iai
COmO sobre presurizaci6n.modificacibnde piezas, uso de materiales y producios quimicos incompatibles.o vtilizacibn de
piezas dahadaso desgastadas, puede hacen que
se rompan y
causenlainyecci6ndefiuidouoirasiesionescorporalesgraves,
incendio, expiosi6no d a h s a la propiedad.
Siempreusargafas,guanies,vestimeniasproiectorasyunrespi-
radero, talw m o recomiendan los fabricantes del fluido y del
solvenie.
Preslbn del slstema
Difusor
GATILLO
Vlsto desde el frente de la plstola
El difusor dela pistola dispem el chorro puiverizado y reduce
elriesgodeinyecci6ncuandonoesi~instaladalaboquilla.Revisar con reguiaridadel funcionamieniodel difusor. Seguirel procedimlenio de descarga de presih,dado m& abajo, ydesp
u
bsacar la boquiiia. Apuntar la pistola a un balde meiaiiw.
sosteniendola bienfirme contrael. Uiilizandolapresi6nmhs bajo posible, dispararla pistola. Si el fluido emiiido no sale disperso en un chorro irregular, reemplazar de inmediato el difusor.
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Esia puiverizadora puede desarroiiar
210 barias (3000 psi) de
PRESION DE TRABNO MAXIMA. Asegurar que iodo el equip0
puiverizador ysus accesoriostienenla capacidadpara aguaniar
la presi6n maxima de irabajo de ningirn wmponente o accesorio de sste sisiema.
Compatlbilldad de fluldo
ASEGURAR que iodos los fluidos y colvenies usados son
quimicamenie compatiblescon ias piezas mojadas ilustradas
en ia hoja DATOS TECNICOS. Siempre leer
a
l s instrucciones
del fabricante del fluido y soivenie antes de usarlos en esia
pulverizadora.
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Eiflujoaaltavelocidaddelfiuidoalpasarporlabombaymangue 2. Mangoeras para fluidos: usar solamente manguerascon
puesta a tierra de una longitud combinada de 150 m (500
racreaeiectricidade~tlca.Sitodaslaspartesdelequipopulvepies),paraasegurarbuenacontinuidadatierra.Referirsetam
rizadornotienenbuenatierra,puedenocurrirchispas,convirtienbien a1 pArrar0 sobre contlnuldad a tlerra de la manguera.
do al sistema en algo peligroso.Tambien. pueden producirse
3. Pistola:hacerlapuestaatierraconect&ndolaaunamanguera
chispas al enchufar o desenchufar el cord6n electric00 ai usar
de fluido y puiverizadora
bien conectadas a tierra.
unmotordegasolina.Estaschispaspuedeninfiamarlosvapores
de 10s solventes yel chorro de fluido pulverizado, particulas de 4. Suministrar un recipiente: de acuerdo al c6digo local. Usar
polvoyotrassustanciasinflamables,seaalairelibreobajotecho,
solamente baidesde metal, que Sean conductivos. No coioloque podriacausar unaexplosi6no lncendioy graves leslones
car e1 balde en una superficieno conductiva, como papel o
coporales y darios a la propiedad. Enchufar simpre la
carton, que intermmpela continuidad atierra.
pulverizadora a un tomacorriente que se encuentre a por lo
5. Objeto que se est& roclando: de conformidadcon ei c6digo
menos 6 m (20pies) de la maquina ydel &reaque se va a rociar.
local.
No enchufar o desenchufar n i n g h cordon elktrico en ei iugar
6.
Todos /os baldes de solvente usados durantee1 lavado, de
la
de
donde se est& rociando cuando todavia existaposibilidad
conformidadcon ei a i g o l o c a l .
que quendenvapores inflamablesen ei aires.
7. Paramantenerlacontinuidadatierra durante ellavado odesSI ocurre una chispa de electricidadestatica 0 incluso un ligero
caraa de o r e s i h slemore acuvar unaoarte mekilica deia
choqueeibctricomientrasseusaeiequipo,DEJARDEPULVERIpisha bien firmecontra el c&do de baide de metal, desZAR DE INMEDIATO. ReviSar todoe1 sistema enbusca de una
p u b apretar e1 gatillo.
tierraapropiado.Nousardenuevoelsistemahastahaberidentif1Seauridad
duranteel lavado
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cado y solucionado el problema.
Para
reducir
el
riesgo de que sa inyecte o salpique fluidoen la
Puesta a tlerra
piel,oqueocurrauMdescargadeelectricidade~tica,siempre
Para reducir el riesgo de chispas estkticas, conectar a tierraia
s6guirlaslNSTRUCClONESPARAELLAVADO,dadasenlap&pulverizadoraytodoelotroequipodepulverizarqueseuseose Qina13. Seguirel procedlmiento dedescarga de prssl6n en
encuentre enel lugar quese va a rociar.CONSULTAR e1c6digo
la wgina 8, y quitar laboquiila de metal y usar le presion n&s
electric0 dela localidad para ias instrucciones sobre cone
ias
baja posibiede fluido durante el lavado.
xlones a tierra exigidas para la zonatip0
y de equipo. ASEGURAR de conectar a tierratodo este equipo puiverizador:
1. Pulverizadora:enchufar el cordbn eiktrico. o cable extensor,
cada unocon un enchufde tres patas enbuen estado. a un
tomacorriente con puesta a tiena aporpiado. No usar un
adaptador. Tdos 10s cables extensores tienen que tener tres
hilos y una capacidad
de 15 amperios.
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SEGURIDAD EN EL US0 DE LAS MANGUERAS
~*/.,::4p*,Y??w4~eqG ~
por las mangueraspuedeser
El fluido que escapa a alta presi6n
muy peligroso.Si en la manguera se desarroia un escape, una
rotura o rajadura debido a cualquiertip0 de desgaste,dah0 o
maitrato. el chorro a ahapresi6n emltido por
alii puede causar
unalesionporlnyeccibnuotraslesionescorporalesgravesoda60s a la propledad.
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MANEJAR Y PASAR CUIDADOSAMENTE LAS MANGUERAS.
No tirar de Ias mangueras para mover
el equipo. No usarfluidw
o solventes queSean incompatiblescon el tub0 intemo yla cubiertade ia manguera. NO exponer ias mangueras a temperaturas sobre8P C (180-F) o bajo -40°C(40'
F).
Contlnuldad del clrculto de puesta a tlerra
de la manguera
1TODAS U S MANGUERAS PARA FLUIDOS TIENEN QUE
TENER GUARDAS DE RESORTE EN AMBOS EXTREMOSI La continuidaddel circuit0de puesta a tierra apropiado
es esenE s t a s protegen las mangueras contra dobleces
o retorceduras
ciai para mantenerconectadoa tierra elsistema pulverizador.
Es
enlosacoplamientosocercadeelios,losquepodriantraducirse indispensable revisar la resistencia elbctrica maxima de las
en roturas dela manguera.
manguerasdeaireydefluidoporiomenosunavezaiasemana.
Antes de usarlas, APRETAR bienfirmes lodas las conexiones. El
Si la manguera no tiene una etiqueta en
la cual se especificala
o
fluido a lata presibn puede desalojar un acopiamiento sueito
resistencia electricamhimum, ponerse en contact0
con e1 prodejar quepro el escape un chorm a aita presion.
veedorofabricantedelamangueraparalainformacl6nsobrelos
NUNCA usar una manguera que estadanada. Siemprerevisarla limits de resistencia. Usarun metro de resistencia en ia gama
o
en buscade cortaduras. escapes. abrasion, cubierta abultada,
aproplada para comprobar
la resistencia: si excede 10s lites rellegaraaencontrarsecuaiacopiamientos sueltosodariados. Si
comendados, reemplazarladeinmediato.Esmuyarriesgadotequieradeestascondiciones,reemplazardeinmediatolamangue- ner una manguera sin puesta a tlerra
o con la puesta a tierra en
ra. NOintentarreacoplarunamangueradealtapresiOnoenmen- malas condiciones.Leer tambien la information sobre RIESGO
darlaconcintaadhesivauotromaterialsimiiar.Unamangueraque
hasidoremendadanoaguanteelfluidoalaltapresi6n.
DE INCENDIO0 EXPLOSION, mhsarriba.
SETUP
1.
Prepare the Palnl
Thls Is probably the most Important step
toward trouble-free sprayhg!
5. Check the Electrlcal Servlce
The electrical setvice must be 22OV, 50 HzAc, 7.5
Preapre the paint according to the manufacturer's
recommendations. Remove any skin that may have
formed on the top of the paint. If necessary, thin the
paint. Finally, strain the paint througha fine nylon
mesh bag (available at most paint dealers) to remove
particles thatcould clog the spray tip.
2. Install aSpray Tip and Tip Guard
Install the spraytip and RAC IV on the spray gun as
instructed in Manual 307-848.
(-J,- ,
Amp (minimum). Be sure theelectrical outletis properly grounded.
You can useup to 30 m (100 ft.) of 3 wire, 14 gauge
(minimum) extension cord. Longer extension cords
may affect the sprayer performance. Use more spray
hose, not longer extension cords.
Do not remove the third (grounding) prong
of the plug,
and do not use an adapter.
3. Connect the Hose And Gun
Screw the gun tightly onto the hose. Connect the oth-6. Plug in the Sprayer (See Fig 2)
Be sure the ON/OFFswitch isOFF and the pressure
nipple of
er end of the hoseto the 1/4 npsm(m) outlet
control
is tumed tullycounterclockwise.
the sprayer.
4.
Check the Hydraullc 011 Level (See Fig 1)
Unscrew thefillcap. The oil should be 25 mm (I in.)
from thetop of the plate. If it is not,fill as necessary
with lightweight hydraulic oil; use only Graco Hydraulic Oil, Part No. 218-797. Install thefill cap.
FILLCAP,
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Fig 1 -
Plugthesprayer intoa grounded outletlhai isat leas3
6 m (20 fl.) away from the spray areato reduce the
chance of a spark igniting spray vapors or dust particles.
ON/OFF SWITCH
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STARTUP
-ARNING
The wallet sized warning card provided with the
gun should be kept with the
operator at all times.
The card contains important information on
reducing the risk of a fluid injection injury, and
treatment information should an injection injury
occur. Additional copies of thiscard are available
at nocost.
PRESSURE CONTROL
Counterclockwise
WARNING
BYPASS VALVE
Pressure Relief Procedure
To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury, including fluid injection, splashing in theeyes or on
the skin, injury from moving parts, or electric
shock, always follow this procedure whenever
you shutoff the sprayer, when checking orservicing any part of the
spray system, when installing,
cleaning or changing spray tips, and whenever
you stop spraying.
1. Shut off the sprayer and unplug it.
2. Hold a metal partof the gun firmly toside
the
of
a grounded metal pail, and trigger the gun into
the pail t o relieve pressure.
3. Engage the triggewafetylever.
4. Turn thebypass valve counterclockwise one
turn todrain paint back into thepail.
If you suspect that the spray tip or hose is completely clogged, or that pressure has n o t been fully
relieved after following the steps above, VERY
SLOWLY loosen the tipguard retaining nut or the
hose end coupling and relieve pressure gradually,
then loosen completely. Now clear the tlp or hose
obstruction.
INLETSTRAINER
Fig 3
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1. Open the bypass valve ONE turn counterclockwise. Do not place the pumpintake in the pail
yet. See Fig 3.
2. Turn the pressure control fully clockwise toincrease pressure. See Fig 3.
3. Remove the inletstrainer and place your hand over
the inlet valve t o be sure it is drawing a vacuum.
MOTE:
If the inlet valve is not drawing a vacuum,
turn thesprayer OFF. Turn the sprayer over.
Press down on the
stem inside the inletvalve
lightly with a small screwdriver, and pour
about a teaspoon of mineral spirits or solvent
into the valve. See Fig 4. Release the valve
and turn the sprayer upright. With the
pressure turned up, turn on the
sprayer. This
should free any sticking parts in the pump.
Now check again for a vacuum. Shut off the
sprayer and install the inlet
strainer.
INLETVALVE
4. Place the paint pump assembly into a properly
prepared 5 gallon pail of paint. (See Step 1, page
10.)
5. Turn the sprayer ON and allow thepaint t o circulate
through thebypass valve for one ortwo minutes.
NOTE:
6. Turn
If thepaint does not circulate back into the
pail, turn down thepressure and "jog" the
motor onand off several times t o help prime
the sprayer.
the bypass valve clockwise (finger tight) to
close it; this allows the pump t o build uppressure.
PUMP SHOWN UPSIDE DOWN
Fig 4
STARTUP PROCEDURE CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
m7-m
11
7. Release the trigger safety lever and trlgger
the gun 11.
onto a piece of paper to check the spray pattern.
Adjust the pressure setting toobtain the best atomizaAlways use the loweslprestion and spray pattern.
sure necessary.
Excessive pressure
cause
premature tip wear and pump wear.
NOTE If you cannotobtain a good spray pattern or adebe too thick.
quate atomization, your paint may
Thin the paint according to the manufacturer's
recommendations until you can get
good
atomization.
8. Whenever you stop spraying, even for
a moment, alto prevent accidenways set the trigger safety lever
tally trigger the gun.
9. Whenever you stop spraying for more than
a moment,
or if you must leave the sprayer unattended, shut
off it
and follow the Pressure Rellef Procedureon page
11.
NOTE: The sprayer will not restart if it was left pressurized after shutting it off. Relieve pressure, then
starl it.
10. After the flrsf 3 to 5 hours of operatfon torque the
four hexhead screwson the bottom of the paint pump
to 19-23 N.m (170-200 in-lb). See Fig 5.
Also torque the inlet valve to 36-41 N.m
320-360 in-lb).
Repeat these torques after another 3 to 5 hours of
operation, and then after each 25 hours of operation
(about weekly).
If you have a Reverse-A-CleanW tip guard onyour
gun andMe tip clogs while spraying, releasethe gun
trigger, engage the trigger safety lever, and rotate the
spray tip handle 180'.See Fig 6.
Disengage the safety lever and trigger the guna into
Hold a metal partof
grounded metal waste container.
thegunfirmlytothesideofthecontainertoreducethe
risk of static sparking andsplashing. The fluid pressureshouldforcetheobstructionfromthetip.Engage
the safety lever.
Retum thehandleto the original position, disengage
the safety lever, and resume spraying.
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PAINT PUMP
TORQUETO
36-41 N.m
(320-360 In-lb)
12. if the tip is still clogged. engagethe trigger safetylever, shut off and unplug the sprayer, and open bythe
pass valve one tum counterclockwise. Disas(see
semble thetip in the reverse order of assembly
manual 307-848). Thoroughly clean all parls in a
compatible solvent andinspect for wear or damage.
Replace paris asneeded and reassemble. Be
sure
to use a new seal and gasket when changing tips.
13. If you have a tip guard on your gun which is not seifclearing, follow step 12.
14. Spraying techniques are given on
page 15.
CAUTION
Failure to properly tighten the inlet valve and screws
at the Intervalsindicatedwill result inoil leakingfrom
15. Important maintenance procedures are given on
the hydraulic system into the paint,and can cause
pages 13 and 14.
costly damage to the sprayer.
CAUTION
Never start the electric motor with the inlet valve
removed, asit will severely damage the diaphragm.
MAINTENANCE
;<
CAUTION
Thorough flushlng and proper
malntenance are
essentlal to keep thesprayer working properly
and avold costly
damage to the sprayer or the object belngsprayed.
5. Openthe bypass valveONE tum counterclockwise.
6. Raise the paint pump above the solvent, tum
the on
sprayer, and allow the pumprun
to itself dry.Tum the
sprayer OFF.
Dlaphragm Failure:Always replace the diaphragm
after every500 hours of operalion (once every
4 to
6 months). me diaphragm weakens withuse. If it
ruptures, hydraulicoil and paint may mix, damaging
the object being
the sprayer and/or the surface of
sprayed maybe damaged.
I
ON/OFF SWITCH
Follow the Maintenance Intervals outlined below.
Flushing
MAINTENANCE INTERVALS
lmmedlately after eachuse
Lubricate Intake Valve Immediately after each us8
Tighten Palm Pump
Screws and Inlet Valve
Check andlor Change
Hydraulic Oil
1. After first 3 to 5 hours
of operation
2.
After next 3 to 5 hours
3.
Each 25 hours thereafter
(about weekly)
1.
Check the oilafter each
us8 of the sprayer
2.
Change theoil after f i r s t
20 hours of operation
of operation
3. Change the oil each 50
hours thereafter (about
twice monthly)
Replace Diaphragm After every
500 gallons of
paint sprayed(4 to 6 months)
MAINTAIN FIRM
Flushlng Procedure
METAL-TO-METAL
1. Shut off the sprayer. Engage the gun trigger safety
leCONTRACT BETWEEN
ver. Openthe bypassvalve ONE turn counterclockGUN AND CONTAINER
wise. Raise the paint pump just above the paint and
tum on the sprayer
to drain the paint.
!Jow tum off the
sprayer. See Fig 7.
2. Place the paint pumpin a grounded flushingpail of
solvent.
3. Check to be sure the trigger safety leverIs set. Re-
move the spray
tip from the gun. Disengage the safeof the gun firmly10 the
side
ty lever.Hold a metal part
of a grounded metal pail.Close the bypass valve.
Trigger the gun into the pail.Turn on the sprayer.
Watch theside of the pail for Solventto appear. Then
7. Using a clean pail of water or solvent, and
the lowest
release the gun trigger.
Tum off the sprayer.
lo be sure all paint parpossible pressure, flush again
ticles are removed.
4. With the bypass valve closed,
tum on the sprayer,
soltrigger the gun into the flushing
pail and allow the
8. Remove thepaint strainer and cleanit thoroughly.
vent to circulate through the hose and guntwo
forto
three minutes, using the lowest possible pressure. 9. Now lubricate the inlet valve. See
page 14.
See Fig 8. Release the gun trigger and engage the
safety lever. Tumoff the sprayer.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
Lubricate the InletValve (See Fig9)
1. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure on page
11. Remove the inletscreen,
2. Turn the sprayer over. Press down lightly on the
stem of the inlet valve with a small screwdriver.
Pour about a teaspoon of mineral spirits or solvent
into thevalve, then remove the screwdriver.
3. Set the sprayer upright. Increase the pressure
control setting half way. Turnon the sprayer for a few
seconds, then turn it OFF.
/
4. Now tighten the paint pump
screws and the inlet
valve.
lighten thePaint Pump Screws and
Inlet Valve
(See Fig 101
1. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure Warning
on page 11.
PAINT
PUMP
2. Torque the four hex head screws the
on paint pump
to 19-23 N m (170-200 in-lb).
3. Torque t h e inlet valve to
(320-360 in-lb).
I
36-41 N.m
Check andlor Change the Hydraulic Oil(See Fig 111
1. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure.Warning'
on page 11.
2. Remove the fill cap. The oil should be 25 mm
(1 in.) from thetop of the plate.If it is lower, add
oil as necessary. Use only Graco
lightweight
hydraulic oil, part no. 218-797. Reinstall the
fill cap,
hand tight, if you are not goingto change the oil.
3. To change the oil, turn thesprayer over and drain
the oil through thefill cap hole.
k/
INLET VALVE
r
Fig 9
..
1 1
PUMP SHOWN UPSIDE DOWN
PAINTPUMP
SCREWS
TORQUE TO
19-23 N.m
1170-2W in-lbl
INTAKE VALVE
TORQUE TO
36-41 N.m
1320-38) in-lbl
.
I
CAUTION
Whenever you remove the
fill cap, be very careful
not to let any dirt, paint particles, or other contarninants get into the hydraulic system. Contaminants can cause serious damage to the
hydraulic system.
4.
Fig 10
Fill the hydraulic pump housing with 550 ml
(16.5 ounces) of Graco lightweight hydraulic oil.
Reinstall thefill cap.
5. Plug in the sprayer. Turn the pressurecontrol fully
counterclockwise (no pressure). Turn on the
sprayer and let it run for two minutes to fill the
hydraulic system. Increase the pressure to rnaximurn andturn thesprayer on andoff four timesto
help rid the hydraulic system
of air.
Fig 11
Always hold the gun perpendicular to the surface and
300 to 356 mm (12 to 14 in.) from
keep the gun at an even
See Fig 12.
the surface you are spraying.
Begin moving the guna horizontal
in
direction at
a steady
off the target surface and
puli
rate. Start the spray stroke
thetriggerasthegunismoving.Then,whiiethegunisstiii
moving, and as you approach the other edge, release
trigger. This method avoids excess paint build-upthe
at
end of each stroke.
The best way to control the rate of coverage is with the
gun tip &e. A small tip orifice appliesieSS paint. A larger
me width of the pattem
detip orifice applies more paint.
pends on the fan panemof the tip you choose.
Do not try to increase coverage by increasing the fluid
to get the
pressure! Using the lowest pressure necessary
the
resuits you wantwill help prolongthe life of your sprayer
and minimize paintlost by overspray.
For interior comers, such as on
a bookcase or inside a
of the comer to
cabinet, aim the gun toward the Center
spray. By dividing the spray pattem this
way, the edges
See Fig 14.
on both sides are sprayed evenly.
Fig 14
Flg 12
WRONG
' I
7
if thereis a wind, angle the spray pattem into the wind
to
minimize drifting. Paint from the ground
to the roof.
The conectspeed for moving the gun
will allow afuii, wet
coating to be applied without runs or sags. Lapping each
stroke about50% over the previous stroke produces uni- To avoid gettingpaint on these objects:
form paint thickness. Spraying a
inuniform patlem aiternateiy from rightto left and then left to right, providesa
Shrubs. When nextto the house,tie back shrubs from the
professional finish.See Fig 13.
stakes. Then cover
surface to be painted with rope and
them witha canvas dropcloth as the painter approaches
the area. Removethe canvas dropcloth as soon as the
area is paintedto prevent possible damage to the shrubs.
Concrete wa/ks.if the walkwayswill be walkedon, cover
them with a canvas dropclothto avoid slipping. Otherwise a plastic cloth is ail that is needed.
Elecrricaf outlets and lamps. Protect electrical outlets
with masking tape. Cover lamps with plastic bags
secured with masking tape.
Nearbyobjects. Move objects such as automobiles, picnic tables, lawn furniture, etc. upwind of the surface to be
sprayed. in the case ofa nearby home, make
a protective
barrier by hanging plastic between two long poles.
TROUBLESHOOTING
2. If your sprayer
is not operating well, or will not operate
at all, check for obvious problems first. Follow the
11). Then if
STARTUP procedure exactly (see page
Chart
Procedure Warning on page11 before checkingor the sprayerwon't start, use the Troubleshooting
repairing any partof the spray system. for help
in identifying thepossible cause.
NOTES
1. Repairs, other than those for which instructlons are
given on page18, should be performed by a trained
and qualified repairagency. See the insert in this
manual forthe addressof the Graco-authorized repair
agency closestto you.
3. Remember, taking the time after each use
of the
sprayer to performall of the maintenance procedures
given on page13 and 14 will help prevent down time
and costly repair bills.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Poor spray panem
Spray tip wom
Change tip
Paint too thick
Thin, try larger tip
Wom ball
Repair gun. Orderkit no.218-588
Wom diffuser
Replace gun.
Paint build-up between needle
anc
diffuser
Disassemble and clean gun
Spray gun leaks
Wom seal orloose fluid fining
Spray gunwon't spray, or low
output from gun
Paint supply empty
Repair gun. Order Kit no. 218-588.
Tighten fluid fitting.
Refill and reprime system
Spray gunwon't shut off
Sprayer will not start
..
Spray tip clogged
Use Reverse-A-Clean feature tc
clear tip clog. See page 12.
Optional gun filter clogged
Clean or replace
Sprayer not pluggedin
Plug in
ON/OFF switch tumedoff
Tum switch on
Sprayer left pressurized when shul Relieve pressure first, then start
Off
Motor overheated
Shut off, relieve pressure, allow to
cool.
NOTE: Sprayer restarts automatically when cool if it is left on.
Blown buildingfUSe or circuit
breaker tripped
Replace or reset
No voltage or low voltage in
electrical outlet
Test theoutlet ortry plugging sprayer
into another outlet
Damaged power supply cord or Return for repair. Use only
3 wire, 16
extension cord, or wrong type of gauge (minimum) extension cord
extension cord
with a3 prong plug and amaximum
length of30 m (100 fl.)
Motor runs by sprayer won't run
Motor womor damaged
Retum for repair
Air in diaphragm housing
Bleed air
Sprayer starts butwill not suck paint
Sprayer sucks paint but does not
build up pressure
Sprayersucks paint, buildspressure, but pressure drops
when gun is triggered
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Paint supply empty
Refill and prime pump
Inlet screen clogged
Clean
Inlet valve stuck or damaged
See page 18
Outlet valve stuck
See page 18
Air trapped in hydraulic system
See page 18, Dlaphragrn, step 9
Hydraulic oil level lowor empty
See page 14
Wrong grade of hydraulic oil or
wrong fluid in hydraulic system
Use only Graco approved hydraulic
Inlet valve not tight
lighten; See page 14
Damaged diaphragm
Replace; See page 18
oil, part no.218-797
Pressure control valve not turned upAdjust
Outlet valve stuck, dirty or
had wom
parts
See page 18
Hydraulic oil low
Seepage14
Inlet valve leaks
See page 18
Damaged diaphragm
Replace; See page 18
Damaged bypass valve
Replace
Damaged hydraulic system
Return sprayer for repair
Damaged paint pump
Replace
No spray lip on gun
Shut off sprayer and installtip
Spray tip orifice too large for the
paint or wom tip
Try a smaller tip ora new tip
Inlet screenclogged
Clean
Optional gun filter clogged
Clean or replace
Optional gun filter screen too fine for
Install larger mesh filter
or strain and
type of paint
thin the paint
Paint too thick
Thin and/or straln
Wom outlet valve
Replace; See page 18
Leaking bypass valve
Replace
Worn or damaged inlet valve
See page 18
Wom or damaged pressure control See page 18
valve
Pressure fluctuations
worn
Outlet valve stuck, dirty or
See page 18
Leaking or dirty bypass valve
Replace
Dirty, leaking, worn or damaged
inlet valve
Replace; See page 18
Dirty pressure control knob
Clean or replace; Seepage 18
Damaged diaphragm, or paint
pump, or hydraulic system
Retum for repair
Paint in hydraulic system
Ruptured diaphragm
Retum for repair
Hydraulic oil inpaint
Ruptured diaphragm
Return for repair
Repairs, other than those for which instructions are givenPressure Control (SeeFig 15)
below, shouldbe performedby a trained and qualified re- 1. When removing the pressure control(4) to check or
pair agency.See the insertin this manual for the address
clean it, always replace the (4a).
seal Whenreplacing
of the Graco-authorized repair agency closest
to you.
the pressure control, torque the new control (4) to
14-17 N.m (125-150 in-lb).
WARNING
To reduce the risk of serious injury, includinginfluid
Diaphragm (See Fig 15)
jection, splashingin the eyes or on the skin, or inlury 1. Remove the inlet strainer (27). Remove the four paint
from movingpark, alwaysfollowthe Pressure Relief
pump screws (25) and lockwashers
(24).
Procedure Warnlngon page11 before checkingor
repairing any part of the spray system.
2. Remove thebypassvalve (66) and the fluid outlet nipple (67), and then remove the screws (35) and shield
(3).
Inlet Check Valve (SeeFig 15)
3. Remove the screw (36)and lockwasher(37) from the
bracket (38).
1. Unscrew the inlet check valve (26) from thepaint
pump (23).
4. Pull the paint pump assembly awayfrom the hydraulic housing (20) and remove theold diaphragm (21).
2. Clean the gasket(26a), the inletvalve (26), and the
paint pump(23) threads and check for erosion. If any
. of the parts are eroded, replace them.
Never start the electric motor
with the inlet valve
(26)
removed, as itwill severely damage the diaphragm.
3. Be sure the threadsin the paintpump are clean.
lc
Lubricate the threads of the inlet valve with petroleum
jelly. Installthe gasket on the valve, then install the
Be careful notto get any dirt or paint on the new diavalve and torque toit 36-41 N.m (320-360 in-lb).
phragmorthe hydraulic housing.
Contaminants inthe
hydraulic
system
can
cause
the
sprayer to malfuncOutlet Check Valve (See
Fig 15)
tion and result in costly damage
to the sprayer.
1. Unscrew theplug (286) and the housing (28b).
DO NOT TAMPER with the nut (C).The nut is factory
2. Use a pick, such as
a dentist's Dick, to remove the
set to hold the springto a specific dimension.
(23). imay be
hard to
seal (28a) t o m the paint pump
remove. DO NOT LEAVE THE SEAL IN THE PAINT
5. Check the gasket(22) for wear or damage and rePUMP HOUSING.place it if needed. Clean the top of the.paint pump
3. Clean the parts thoroughly, including the threads
in
and the hydraulic housing thoroughly.
the pump, with a compatible solvent. Check
all parts
6. Install the new diaphragm assembly
(21), lubricate
for wear or damageand replace as needed,
the internal threads of thehousing (20),and reas4. Lubricate the threads of the housing
(28b) and plug
semble the parts.
(286).
7. Lubricate the screws (25)
and then install and torque
them to 19-23N.m (170-200 in-lb).
5. Install a NEW seal (28a) in the pump housing.ALWAYS replace theSeal (28~1).DO not tryto reuse the
old seal asit will be
deformed.
Whenever you remove the paint pump screws, torque
them as instructed above, and then retorque them afCAUTION
ter 3to 5 hours of operation.
Be sure you do not install
a new sealuntilthe old one
in the valve will cause
is removed. Having two seals
performance problems.
8. Check the hydraulic oil level and add Graco-approved oil as necessaryuntilthe levelis 25 rnm (1 In.)
from thetop of the plate. SeeFig 11.
6. Install the housing(28b) and torque to 14-17 N.m
9. Tum the pressure control fully
counterclockwise (no
(125-150 in-lb).
pressure). Plugin the sprayer and turn it on. Run the
7. The last coli on one end of the spring
is tumed In.
sprayerfortwo minutes
toflll the hydraulicsystem.InPlace this end over the stud
in ttie plug (286). Install
crease the pressure
to maximum and turn the sprayer
the ball (28e), washer (289 and plug, and torque to
on and off four times to help rid the hydraulicsystem
plug to 32-34 N.m (280-300 in-lb).
of air.
4.
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Fig 14
PARTS LIST
PT2500 SPRAYER
Model 218-730,Series B, Includes Items 1-97
REF
NO.
1
2
3
4
4a
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
m
21
27
23
24
25
26
26a
27
28
2aa
28b
28C
28d
28E
281
33
34
35
,
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
52
53
54
55
57
58
59
60
61
€2
63
E4
65
66
66a
67
69
PART NO.
180-462
180-467
275-658
218-728
108-748
108-152
180-983
275-637
218-743
180-396
105-659
105-679
105-774
104-859
180-931
106-013
108-175
218-930
185-589
156-823
180-406
218-727
180-453
180-407
109-042
107-514
218-726
180-446
108-143
218-732
180-455
218-968
107-521
218-505
101-701
180-454
181-067
180-464
105-335
107-530
108-050
180-648
183-839
180-447
103-255
183-840
108-153
107-511
180-479
180-480
107-517
107-524
107-513
218-909
108-042
180-650
107-518
107-519
108-165
181-032
180-466
108-151
108-053
107-584
108-154
180-996
180-998
218-904
168-110
169-797
181-069*
DESCRIPTION
PIPE, pump, 5 gallon she
TUBE. paint, 5 gallon Size
-.CONTROL, pressure
RHIFIn
QTY
1
includes replaceable item
4a
SEAL
~VALVE, plug. fill
PWG, fill
COVER. pump housing
STAND, pump
HOUSING. motor
TOGGLE BOOT
SWITCH, toggle
PLATE. switch. ONIOFF
SCREW, mad-: pan head: Type 8.
seK -tapping; No. 10 x 0.375'
SUPPORT. leg
STRAiN RELIEF BUSHING
PLUG
COR0 SET, power, 60 Hz
MOTOR, electric. 162 HF! 220U %Hz;
1425 RPM. single phase
:UNION, swivel.1/4npt(m) x 1/4 npt mbel
HOUSING, diaphragm
DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY
GUIDE. diaphragm
HOUSING, pump
WASHER, spring, rib
CAPSCREW. hex head: M8 x 1.25 mm
VALVE, inlet check
Includes replaceableitem 26a
.GASKET
STRAINER
OUTLET CHECK VALVE ASSY
includes items28a-28f
SEAL. washer
.HOUSING, seat, valve
SPRING. compression
.PWG
.BALL. carbide
.WASHER
LABEL. identification
HOUSING, pressureconbol
SCREW, mech;pan head:c m s head
recessed: M4 x 0.7x 10
CAPSCREW. SM: hd. hex: M6 x 1.0
LOCKWASHER. spring,Sz 8
BRACKET, shroud
NUT. hex: M25 x 1.0
SEAL, washer
O-RING, cylinder
CYLINDER. pump
FITrING. hose,barbed
SPRING, compression
PISTON
WASHER, spring
RING. retaining. external
RING, retaining, external
KEY woodruff
ECCENTRIC ASSY
SCREW, mech: oval head; cmss head
recessed: M4 x 14.0
GASKET, housing
BEARING. ball
SEAL, shaft
PACKING, O-ring. Buna-N
SEAL, tube
ROD. displacement.5 gallon
NUT, hex: 9/16"thread
CAPSCREW, hex head;M4 x 0.7x 10
WASHER, plain
FITTING, hose, barbed
TUBE. filter
FILTER, hydraulic oil
BYPASS VALVE ASSEMBLY
Includes item668
.O-RING
ADAPTER, 118 npt to 114 npsm
LABEL. serial
REF
NO.
1
70
71
76
77
78
81
83
1
85
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
84
89
96
97
PART NO. DESCRIPTION
176-385.
181-066
180-974
180-985
181-252
179-761'
181-100
210-540
220-730
108-284
100-086
108-288
LABEL. wamlng
LABEL. IdenMicaUon
NUT. seat
SEAT. valve
GASKET
TAG, waming
LABEL
HOSE. nylon; 114" ID. cpld 114 npsm;
spring guardsboth ends; 7.1 m (25')
307-821
GUN, spray. See manual
O-RING
WASHER, plain, 3/16'
CAPSCREW SCh: M6 X 16
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
DETAIL A
DO NOT ALTER
POSITION OF NUT\
I
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
I
1
1
1
2
1
2
TORQUE TO
19-23 N.m
(170-200 In-lb)
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
DETAIL B
1
10
1
12
1
1
1
8
11
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
1
1
1
1
1
1
Ref 17
A
(320-360 In-lb)
@
w
Y
m
d
ACCESSORIES
/AC&~A$A~
Must be purchasedseparately. Listed below bv
GRACO-APPROVED HYDRAULICOIL 218-797
0.94 liter (1 quart)
SERVICE INFORMATION
the assemblv chanaed
are OLD,NEW
-
and ADDED paits.
Must be purchasedseparate&.
IN-LINE FILTER ASSEMBLY 210-729
210 bar (3000psi) "MUM
WORKING PRESSURE
Provides secondary paint filtration. Includes filter body,
spring, one EO mesh filter screen, and a810 mm (3 fl)
whip-end hose with spring guard.
IN-LINE HOSE FILTER 213-068
Same as above less the whip-end hose.
ROLLER FRAME 218-935
ADJUSTABLE EXTENSION TUBES
IN-LINE FILTER ELEMENTS
21 0-731
Set of three 60 mesh screens
210-732
Set of three 100 mesh screens
210-733
Set of three 200 mesh screens
GRACO HYDRAULIC OIL 218-797
0.95 liter (1 quart)
m
Roller Cover
ADJUSTABLE EXTENSION ROLLER KIT 218-625
Includes Roller Frame, 0.45-0.9 m(18-36 in.), Extension
45" Gun Adapter
Tube, 3/8 in. nap Roller Cover and
218-775
0.45-0.9 m (18-36 in.)
218-776
0.9-1.8 , (3-6 fl.)
218-777
1.8-3.7m (6-12 fl.)
218-778
2.4-4.8 m (8-16 fl.)
ROLLER COVERS
107-590
12 mm (1/2 in.) nap,
for semi-rough to smooth surfaces
107-591
19mm (3/4 in.) nap, for semi-rough surfaces
107-592
32 mm (I-1/4 in.) nap, for rough surfaces
45' GUN ADAPTER 218-932
1/4 npt(m) x 7/8UNF(F)
/
Roller Frame
FLUSH KIT 218-944
Uses standard garden hoseto flush water-base paints
from the Extension Tube and
Roller Frame
1
Gun Adapter Klt
360' STRAIGHT SWIVEL 218-931
1/4 npt x 1T4 npsm(f) swivel
I
I
I
t-
\
LFlush Kit
Graco Gun
u
360"
Stralght,
Swivel
GUN ADAPTER KITSfor non-Graco guns
218-945
For guns with3/4-20 nozzle threads (Binks)
218-946
For guns withI-1/6-16 nozzle threads
Wagner)
TIP GASKETS 218-600
Package of5 tlp gaskets
Power Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 VAC, 50 Hz, 1 Phase, 7.5 AMP minimum
0 - 210 bar (0-3000 PSI)
Pressure Operating Range..........................
I.1 iiter/min (0.28 GPM)
Maximum Delivery.................................
No. 16 AWG, 3 wire, 2.6 m (8'6")long
Power Cord ...........................
Inlet Paint Strainer..............................................
16 mesh
Fluid OutletNipple ..........................................
1/4 npsm (m)
14.8 Kg (33 Ib)
Weight - without hose andgun.. ............................
Dimensions ........................................
Height: 508 mm (20")
Width: 444.4 mrn (17.5)
Depth: 444.5 mm (17.5)
Wetted Parts ......................
Stainless Steel, Zinc-Plated Steel, Carbide,
Aluminum, Nylon, Delrinm, Monei
Deirins is a registeredtrademark of the
Company
WARRANTY
Graco warrantsall equipment manufacturedby it and bearing its name
io befree from defectsin material and
to the original purchaser use.
for AS purchasworkmanship onthe date of saleby an authorized Graco distributor
will, for a period
of twelve months from the date of Sale, repair
er's sole remedy for breach of this warranty, Graco
or replace any partof the equipment proven defective. This warranty applies Only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintainedin accordance with Graco's written recommendations.
This warranty does not cover, and Graco
shall notbe Iiablefor,any malfunction, damage Orwear caused
byfaulty
installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate
or improper maintenance, negligence, accident,
tampering, or substitution of non-Graco component parts. Nor shallbeGraco
liable for malfunction, damage or
wear causedby the incompatibility with Graco equipment of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not
supplied by Graco, orthe improper design, manufacture, installation, operation or maintenance of structures,
accessories, equipment or matefials not supplied
by Graco.
This warrantyis conditioned upon the prepaid retum of the equipment claimed
to be defectiveto an authorized
If the claimed defect
is verified, Gracowill repair or replace free of
Graco distributor for verification of the claim.
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, will
repalrs
be made at a
reasonable charge, whlch charges may include the costs of parts, labor and transportation.
DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS
THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY CONSTIWE PURCHASERS SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND AREIN LIEU OF ANY OTHER
WARRANTlES(EXPRESSORIMPLIEO),lNCLUDlNGWARRANNOFMERCHANTABlLlTY.ORWARRANNOFFlTNESSFORAPARTICULAR PURPOSE. AND OF ANY NON-CONTRACTUAL LIABILITIES, INCLUDING PRODUCT LIABILITIES, BASED
ON NEGLIGENCE OR
STRICT LIABILITY.EVERY FORM OF LIABILITY FOR DIRECT. SPECIALOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGESOR LOSS IS EXPRESSLY EXCLUDEDANDDENIED.INNOCASESHALLGRACO'SLlABlLlNEXCEEDTHEAMOUNTOFTHEPURCHASEPRICE.ANYACTlONFOR
BREACH OF WARRANTY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHINTWO (2) YEARS OF THE DATE OF SALE.
EQUIPMENT NOT COVERED BY GRACO WARRANTY
GRACO MAKESNO WARRANTY. AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,WITH RESPECTTO ACCESSORIES, EQUIPMENT: MATERIALS,
OR COMPONENTS SOLDBUT NOTMANUFACTURED
BY GRACO. These items sold,but not manufacturedby Graco (such aselectric motor, switches, hose, etc.) are
will provide purchaser with reasonable assistance
in
subject to the warranty, if any, of their manufacturer. Graco
making any claim for breach of these warranties.
Factory Branches: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit,Los Angeles, West Caldwell(N.J.)
Subsidiary andAffiliate Companies: Canada; England; Switzerland; France; Germany; Hong Kong; Japan
GRACO INC. RO. BOX 1441 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440-1441
PRINTED IN U.S.A. 307-738 1-85
Revised 8-RO

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