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Pro Xp Auto

Waterborne Air Spray Gun

333012A

EN

100 psi (0.7 MPa, 7 bar) Maximum Air Inlet Pressure

100 psi (0.7 MPa, 7 bar) Maximum Working Fluid Pressure

Air spray system for use when electrostatically spraying conductive, waterborne fluids that meet at least one of the following conditions for non-flammability:

Material does not sustain burning in accordance with the Standard Test Method for

Sustained Burning of Liquid Mixtures, ASTM D4206.

Materials which cannot be ignited, in any mixture with air, by an energy source of less than 500 mJ.

For professional use only.

Important Safety Instructions

Read all warnings and instructions in this manual.

Save these instructions.

See page 2 for Table of Contents

and page 3 for

List of Approved Models

.

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Table of Contents

List of Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

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

Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

How the Electrostatic Air Spray Gun Works . . . . 7

Gun Features and Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Smart Gun Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Spraying Waterborne Fluids Electrostatically . . . 8

Typical System Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Gun Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Install the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Warning Signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Ventilate the Spray Booth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Install the Air Line Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Install the Fluid Line Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Install the Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Connect the Air Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Manifold Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Connect the Waterborne Fluid Hose . . . . . . . . . 15

Fiber Optic Cable Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Agitator Kit Accessory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Fluid Regulator Kit Accessory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Check Electrical Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Install the Fabric Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Flush Before Using Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Check Fluid Viscosity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Operating Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Fluid Voltage Discharge and Grounding

Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Pressure Relief Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Fill the Fluid Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Select a Fluid Nozzle and Air Cap . . . . . . . . . . 25

Operating the Spray Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Adjust the Spray Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Adjust the Electrostatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Spraying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Triggering the Fluid Alone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Daily Care and Cleaning Checklist . . . . . . . . . . 28

Flushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Clean Outside of Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Clean the Air Cap and Fluid Nozzle . . . . . . . . . 29

Check for Fluid Leakage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Clean the Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Electrical Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Test Gun Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Test Power Supply Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Test Electrode Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Test Ground Strip Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Test Cylinder Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Prepare the Gun for Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Remove the Gun from the Manifold . . . . . . . . . . 40

Install the Gun on the Manifold . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Air Cap/Nozzle Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Electrode Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Fluid Packing Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Packing Rod Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Piston Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Adjust the Actuator Arm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Barrel Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Barrel Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Power Supply Removal and Replacement . . . . 46

Turbine Removal and Replacement . . . . . . . . . 47

Air Caps and Fluid Nozzles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Fluid Nozzle Selection Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Fluid Nozzle Performance Charts . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Air Cap Selection Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

LA1T18, Rear Auto XP ES Waterborne

Spray Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

LA1M18, Rear Auto XP ES Waterborne Smart

Spray Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Packing Rod Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Turbine Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Isolation Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Tubing and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

Agitator Kit 245895 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Fluid Regulator Kit 245944 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Shielded Waterborne Fluid Hose . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Graco Standard Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

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List of Approved Models

List of Approved Models

Part No.

kV

LA1M18 60

LA1T18 60

1.5mm Standard

Nozzle

Model

Smart

Model

Bottom

Manifold

Rear

Manifold

Part No.

24X288

24W599

24W077

Description

WB 3000 Isolation Enclosure

25’ Shielded Waterborne Fluid Hose

50’ Shielded Waterborne Fluid Hose

0.35 J with 50 ft hose max

FM14ATEX0082

EN 50059

Ta 0°C-50°C

FM approved for use with fluids that meet the following condition:

• Material does not sustain burning in accordance with the Standard

Test Mehtod for Sustained Burning of Liquid Mixtures, ASTM

D4206

Models Compliant with EN 50059 when used with fluids that meet the following criteria:

• Materials which cannot be ignited, in any mixture with air, by an energy source of less than 500 mJ.

0359

Related Manuals

Manual No.

Description

332989 Instructions - Pro Xp Auto Control Module

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Warnings

Warnings

The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbols refer to procedure-specific risks. When these symbols appear in the body of this manual or on warning labels, refer back to these Warnings. Product-specific hazard symbols and warnings not covered in this section may appear throughout the body of this manual where applicable.

ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD

Improper grounding, setup, or usage of an isolated waterborne system can result in electric shock. To help prevent electric shock:

• Ground all equipment, personnel, object being sprayed, and conductive objects in or close to spray area. See Grounding instructions.

• Connect the electrostatic gun to a volatage isolation system that will discharge the system voltage when not in use.

• All components of the voltage isolation system that are charged to high voltage must be contained within an isolation enclosure that prevents personnel from making contact with the high voltage components before the system voltage is discharged.

• Follow the Fluid Voltage Discharge and Grounding Procedure when instructed to discharge the voltage; before cleaning, flushing, or servicing the system; before approaching the front of the gun; and before opening the isolation enclosure for the isolated fluid supply.

• Do not enter a high voltage or hazardous area until all high voltage equipment has been discharged.

• Do not touch the gun nozzle or electrode, or come within 4 in. (102 mm) of the electrode during gun operation. Follow the Fluid Voltage Discharge and Grounding Procedure .

• Interlock the gun air supply with the voltage isolation system to shut off the air supply anytime the isolation system enclosure is opened.

• Only use the red-colored Graco electrically gun air hose with this gun. Do not use black or gray-colored Graco air hoses.

• Do not splice hoses together. Install only one continuous Graco waterborne fluid hose between the isolated fluid supply and the spray gun.

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Warnings

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FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD

Combustible dust in work area can ignite or explode. To help prevent fire and explosion:

• Fluids used must meet the following flammability requirements:

• Material does not sustain burning in accordance with the Standard Test Method for Sustained

Burning of Liquid Mixtures, ASTM D4206.

• Materials which cannot be ignited, in any mixture with air, by an energy source of less than 500 mJ.

• Stop operation immediately if static sparking occurs or you feel a shock .

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

• Check gun resistance, hose resistance, and electrical grounding daily.

• Use and clean equipment only in well ventilated area.

• Interlock the gun air supply to prevent operation unless ventilating fans are on.

• Only use non-flammable solvents when flushing or cleaning equipment.

• Always turn the electrostatics off when flushing, cleaning or servicing equipment.

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

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

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

• Keep a working fire extinguisher in the work area.

PRESSURIZED EQUIPMENT HAZARD

Fluid from the equipment, leaks, or ruptured components can splash in the eyes or on skin and cause serious injury.

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

• Tighten all fluid connections before operating the equipment.

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

PLASTIC PARTS CLEANING SOLVENT HAZARD

Many solvents can degrade plastic parts and cause them to fail, which could cause serious injury or property damage.

• Use only compatible water-based solvents to clean plastic structural or pressure-containing parts.

• See Technical Data in this and all other equipment instruction manuals. Read fluid and solvent manufacturer’s MSDSs and recommendations.

TOXIC FLUID OR FUMES HAZARD

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

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

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

5

Warnings

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Wear appropriate protective equipment when in the work area to help prevent serious injury, including eye injury, hearing loss, inhalation of toxic fumes, and burns. This protective equipment includes but is not limited to:

• Protective eyewear, and hearing protection.

• Respirators, protective clothing, and gloves as recommended by the fluid and solvent manufacturer

EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD

Misuse can cause death or serious injury.

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

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

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

• Do not leave the work area while equipment is energized or under pressure.

• Turn off all equipment and follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when equipment is not in use.

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

• Do not alter or modify equipment. Alterations or modifications may void agency approvals and create safety hazards.

• Make sure all equipment is rated and approved for the environment in which you are using it.

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

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

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

• Keep children and animals away from work area.

• Comply with all applicable safety regulations.

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Introduction

Introduction

How the Electrostatic Air Spray

Gun Works

The automatic electrostatic air spray gun operates very similar to a traditional air spray gun. The atomization and fan air are emitted from the air cap. The atomization air breaks up the fluid stream and controls the droplet size. The fan air controls the shape and width of the spray pattern. The fan and atomization air can be adjusted independently.

Gun Features and Options

• The gun is designed for use with a reciprocator, and can be mounted directly on a 1/2 in. (13 mm) rod.

With additional brackets, the gun can be mounted for robotic applications.

• The gun’s quick-disconnect design enables its removal without disconnecting the air lines to the gun.

• Gun functions are activated from a separate controller that sends the appropriate signal to the actuating solenoids.

Smart Gun Features

Smart gun models with the Pro Xp Auto Control Module have the ability to:

• Display the spraying voltage and current

• Change the gun voltage setting

• Display the gun turbine speed

• Store spray profiles

• Communicate equipment faults to a PLC

• Display and set maintenance totalizers

• Use a PLC to create spray profile

See the ProXp Auto Control Module manual 332989 for more information.

To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not use the optional Pro Xp Auto Control Module readings to determine if your system is discharged. The display modules will only display the system voltage while

the gun’s power supply is operating. Follow the Fluid

Voltage Discharge and Grounding Procedure on page 24 to ensure the system is discharged.

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8

Introduction

Spraying Waterborne Fluids Electrostatically

This electrostatic air spray gun is designed to spray only waterborne fluids which meet the following flammability requirements:

FM, FMc Approved:

• Material does not sustain burning in accordance with the Standard Test Method for Sustained Burning of Liquid Mixtures, ASTM D4206.

CE-EN 50059 Compliant:

• Materials which cannot be ignited, in any mixture with air, by an energy source of less than 500 mJ.

NOTE: The Graco warranty and approvals are void if the electrostatic spray gun is connected to a non-Graco voltage isolation system or if the gun is operated above

60 kV.

A safe, well designed voltage isolation system should have the following features:

When connected to a voltage isolation system, all of the fluid in the spray gun, fluid hose, and isolated fluid supply is charged to high voltage, which means that the system has more electrical energy than a solvent-based system. Therefore, only non-flammable fluids (as defined above) can be sprayed with the system or used to clean, flush, or purge the system.

Precautions must be taken when using electrostatic waterborne equipment to avoid potential shock hazards.

When the spray gun charges the isolated fluid to high voltage, it is similar to charging a capacitor or a battery.

The system will store some of the energy while spraying and retain some of that energy after the spray gun is shut off. Do not touch the gun nozzle or come within 4 in. (102 mm) of the electrode until the stored energy is discharged. The amount of time it takes to discharge the energy depends on the system design. Follow the

Fluid

Voltage Discharge and Grounding Procedure on page 24 before approaching the front of the gun.

• All components of the isolation system that are charged to high voltage must be contained within an enclosure that prohibits persons from making contact with the high voltage components before the system voltage is discharged.

• The voltage isolation system must be interlocked with the spray area entrance to automatically discharge the voltage and ground the fluid whenever someone opens the enclosure or enters the spray area.

• A bleed resistor to drain off the system voltage when the spray gun is not in use.

• The system should not have any severe arcing occurring when the isolation mechanism opens and closes. Severe arcing will shorten the life of the system components.

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Introduction

System Overview

Typical System Installation

F IGURE 1 shows a typical electrostatic air spray system. It is not an actual system design. For assistance in designing a system to suit your particular needs, contact your Graco distributor.

B

K*

X

G

F

M

L

A

B

C D E U

Y

Z

W

J*

H

T

V*

R

AA

BB

F IG . 1 Typical Installation Pro Xp Auto Waterborne System

G

H

J*

K*

L

M

C

D

E

F

Item

A

B*

Description

Main Air Supply Line

Bleed-Type Air Shutoff Valve

Pump Air Pressure Gauge

Pump Air Pressure Regulator kV Meter

Pump

Pump Suction Hose

Paint Container

Bleed Resistor

Enclosure Safety Interlock

Isolated Enclosure

Air Line Filter

Item

N

Description

Pneumatic connection to turbine air interlock. (Pressurized when isolation system door is closed)

Graco Waterborne Fluid Hose R

T

U

V*

W

X

Y

Grounding Rod

Ground Terminal

Main Ground Wire

Strain Relief/Ground Fitting

Z

AA

Pump Air Supply Line

Grounding Cylinder

Pump Fluid Outlet Fitting

Isolated Enclosure Door

BB Enclosure T-Handle Locking Screw

* These items are required for safe operation and are included with the WB 100.

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Introduction

Gun Overview

K

1

2

TA

A2

EXH

CYL

A1

J

A C

H

D

B

G

F

F IG . 2 . Gun Overview

Key

H

J

F

G

L

C

D

A

B

Air Cap

Fluid Nozzle

Retaining Ring

Shroud

Manifold

Alternator

Power Supply

Electrode

Waterborne Fluid Hose

10

L

Manifold Fittings and Indicators

A1 Atomization Air Inlet Fitting

A2 Fan Air Inlet Fitting

CYL Cylinder Air Inlet Fitting

1

2

Fiber Optic Fitting Transmit

(Operational on Smart models only)

Fiber Optic Fitting Receive

(Operational on Smart models only)

K

TA

ES Indicator Light (standard models only)

Turbine Air Inlet Fitting (to drive turbine)

EXH Exhaust Outlet Fitting

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Installation

Installation

System Requirements Install the System

Basic Guidelines

When spraying waterborne fluids electrostatically:

• The gun must be connected to a voltage isolation system, which isolates the fluid supply from ground and allows voltage to be maintained at the tip of the gun.

• The gun must be connected to a voltage isolation system that will discharge the system voltage when the gun is not in use.

• All components of the isolation system that are charged to high voltage must be contained within a fence or enclosure that prohibits persons from making contact with the high voltage components before the system voltage is discharged.

• The gun turbine air supply must be interlocked with the isolation system to shut off the turbine air supply anytime the isolation system enclosure or safety fence is opened.

• The voltage isolation system must be interlocked with the spray area entrance to automatically discharge the voltage and ground the fluid whenever someone enters the spray area.

• The system should not have any severe arcing occurring when the isolation mechanism opens and closes. Severe arcing will shorten the life of the system components.

Graco Waterborne Fluid Hose

Use a Graco waterborne fluid hose between the voltage isolation system fluid outlet and the gun fluid inlet. See

Accessories on page 65 for available hoses. The hose

consists of an inner PTFE tube, a conductive layer covering the PTFE tube, and an outer cover.

If a hose failure occurs where high voltage arcs through the inner tube, voltage will be discharged to ground through the conductive hose layer. When properly installed, the conductive hose layer is grounded through its connection to the grounded enclosure.

Installing and servicing this equipment requires access to parts which may cause electric shock or other serious injury if work is not performed properly.

• Do not install or service this equipment unless you are trained and qualified.

• Be sure your installation complies with National,

State and Local codes for the installation of electrical apparatus in a Class I, Div., Group D or a Group II, Category 2G Hazardous Location.

• Comply with all applicable local, state, and national fire, electrical, and other safety regulations.

Warning Signs

Mount warning signs in the spray area where they can easily be seen and read by all operators. An English

Warning Sign is provided with the gun.

Ventilate the Spray Booth

Provide fresh air ventilation to reduce the risk of fire or explosion caused by the buildup of flammable or toxic vapors when spraying, flushing, or cleaning the gun. Do not operate the gun unless vetilation fans are operating.

Electrically interlock the gun turbine air supply (B) with the ventilators to prevent gun operation without ventilating fans operating.

NOTE: High velocity air exhaust will decrease the operating efficiency of the electrostatic system. Check and follow all National, State, and Local codes regarding air exhaust velocity requirements.

Air exhaust velocity of 100 ft/min (31 linear meters/minute) should be sufficient.

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Installation

Install the Air Line Accessories

See F IGURE 3.

1.

Install a bleed-type master air valve (L) on the main air line (W) to shut off all air to the gun.

2.

Install an air line filter/water separator on the gun air line to ensure a dry, clean air supply to the gun. Dirt and moisture can ruin the appearance of your finished workpiece and can cause the gun to malfunction.

3.

Install a bleed-type air pressure regulator (M) on each of the air supply lines (B, C, D, E) to control air pressure to the gun.

4.

Install a solenoid valve (K) on the cylinder air line

(E) to actuate the gun. The solenoid valve must have a quick exhaust port.

5.

Install a solenoid valve (K) to actuate the turbine.

Install the Fluid Line

Accessories

1.

Install a fluid filter and drain valve at the pump outlet.

The fluid drain valve is required in your system to assist in relieving fluid pressure in the displacement pump, hose, and gun. Triggering the gun to relieve pressure may not be sufficient. Install a drain valve close to the pump's fluid outlet. The drain valve reduces the risk of serious injury, including splashing in the eyes or on the skin.

2.

Install a fluid regulator on the fluid line to control fluid pressure to the gun.

Trapped air can cause the gun to spray unexpectedly, which can result in serious injury, including splashing fluid in the eyes or on the skin. The solenoid valves (K) must have a quick exhaust port so trapped air will be relieved between the valve and gun when the solenoids are shut off.

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Installation

F

IGURE

3 shows a typical electrostatic air spray system. It is not an actual system design. For assistance in designing a system to suit your particular needs, contact your Graco distributor.

The turbine air supply (TA) must be electrically interlocked with the spray booth ventilation fans to prevent the power supply from operating without ventilating fans on.

L

See Warning above

A

Pneumatic

Interlock B

C

K

L

L

D

W

K

M

Non-Hazardous Area

N

E

Air Line

(Pressurized when door is closed)

Hazardous Area

Manifold Back View

G

Voltage

Isolation

System

WB100

The turbine air must also be interlocked with the voltage isolation system to shut off the turbine air when the access to the isolation system is opened.

F IG . 3 . Typical Installation

Key to F IGURE 3

C

D

A

B

E

G

Air Hose Ground Wire

Graco Grounded Turbine Air Hose (TA)

Atomizing Air Hose, 5/16 in. (8 mm) OD (A1)

Fan Air Hose, 5/16 in. (8 mm) OD (A2)

Cylinder Air Hose, 5/32 in. (4 mm) OD (CYL)

Graco Waterborne Fluid Supply Hose

K

L

M

N

W

Solenoid Valve, requires quick exhaust port

Bleed-Type Master Air Valve

Air Pressure Regulator

True Earth Ground

Main Air Line

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Installation

Install the Gun

1.

Loosen the manifold’s two set screws (29) and slide the manifold (20) onto a 1/2 in. (13 mm) mounting rod. See F IGURE 4.

2.

Position the gun and tighten the two set screws.

NOTE: For added positioning reliability, insert a 1/8 in.

(3 mm) locating pin into the slot (NN) in the bracket and through a hole in the rod. See the detail in F IGURE 4.

20

NN

29

2.88 in.

(73.2 mm)

To reduce the risk of electric shock or other serious injury, you must use the red-colored Graco grounded air hose for the turbine air supply hose, and you must connect the hose ground wire to a true earth ground. Do not use the black or gray-colored Graco air hoses.

1.

Connect the Graco Grounded Air Supply Hose (B) to the gun's turbine air inlet (TA) and connect the hose ground wire (A) to a true earth ground (N). The gun turbine air inlet fitting has left-hand threads to prevent connecting another type of air hose to the turbine air inlet. See

Accessories on page 65 for

further information about the hose.

2.

Check the electrical grounding of the gun as

instructed on page 21.

8.00 in.

(203.2 mm)

To nozzle tip

F IG . 4 . Mounting

Connect the Air Line

F IGURE 3 shows a schematic of air line connections, and

F IGURE 5 shows the manifold connections. Connect the

air lines as instructed.

To reduce the risk of a fire, explosion, or electric shock, the gun turbine air supply must be interlocked with:

• The isolation system to shut off the turbine air supply anytime the enclosure or safety fence is opened.

• The ventilators to prevent operation of the power supply unless the ventilating fans are on.

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Manifold Connections

Installation

Connect the Waterborne Fluid

Hose

NOTE : The Graco warranty is void if the spray gun is connected to a non-Graco voltage isolation system or if the gun is operated above 60 kV.

Always use a Graco waterborne fluid hose between the voltage isolation system fluid outlet and the gun fluid inlet. The waterborne fluid hose (600) consists of an inner PTFE tube (T), a conductive layer (C), and an abrasion-resistant outer jacket (J). The conductive layer is connected to ground at the isolation enclosure.

Before connecting the waterborne fluid hose to the gun, blow it out with air and flush with water to remove contaminants. Flush the gun before using it.

2

1

TA

A2

CYL

A1

EXH

To reduce the risk of electric shock, install only one continuous Graco waterborne hose between the isolated fluid supply and the gun. Do not splice hoses together.

F IG . 5 Manifold Connections

A1

A2

Atomization Air Inlet Fitting

Connect a 5/16 in. (10 mm) OD tube between this fitting and the air supply.

Fan Air Inlet Fitting

Connect a 5/16 in. (10 mm) OD tube between this fitting and the air supply.

CYL

Cylinder Air Inlet Fitting

Connect a 5/32 in. (4 mm) OD tube between this fitting and the solenoid. For quicker response, use the shortest hose length possible.

1

Fiber Optic Fitting Transmit (Operational on Smart models only)

Connect the Graco Fiber Optic cable (see page 20).

2

Fiber Optic Fitting Receive (Operational on Smart models only)

Connect the Graco Fiber Optic cable (see page 20).

EXH

Exhaust

Connect a 5/16 in OD exhaust tube to route the turbine exhaust air. (3 ft. max length)

TA

Turbine Air Inlet Fitting

Connect the Graco Electrically Conductive Air Hose between this fitting (left-hand thread) and the solenoid. Connect the air hose ground wire to a true earth ground.

1.

Remove the air cap (25) and shroud (26).

2.

For the fluid hose to fit properly, it must be stripped

and assembled to the dimensions shown in F IGURE

6. Apply dielectric grease to the inner tube (T) of the

hose. Slide the fitting (F) onto the tub (T). Press the barbed fitting (G) into the tube until its shoulder bottoms on the tube. A new Graco waterborne fluid hose comes fully assembled to these dimensions.

A

B

5.75 in. (146 mm)

1.5 in. (38 mm)

A

C

B

T

F

F IG . 6 . Waterborne Hose Dimensions

J

TI1806A

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NOTICE

Be careful not to cut into the inner tube (T) of the hose when stripping the hose. Nicks or cuts in the PTFE tube will cause premature hose failure.

3.

Generously apply dielectric grease (40) to the o-ring

(603) and the threads of the fitting (602). Pull the fitting back 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) and apply grease to the exposed PTFE hose to fill the area between the hose and the fitting. Make sure the barrel inlet is clean and dry, then screw the fitting into the fluid inlet of the gun barrel (1).

4.

Secure hose in strain relief bracket by tightening the four plastic screws.

J

C

T

F IG . 8 Shielded Hose Dimensions at WB100

Enclosure

J

T

C

Z L

W

Strain Relief Bracket

F IG . 7 . Connect the Waterborne Fluid Hose

5.

Connect the other end of the hose to the isolated fluid supply as follows: a.

Graco WB100 Enclosure:

Slide hose through the strain relief fitting (W). Ensure conductive layer (C) has passed through fitting. Tighten to

55 in-lb (6.2 N•m). Pull back on hose to check it is secure. Comply with the requirements in the following Warning .

F IG . 9 Shielded Hose Connection at WB100

Enclosure b.

Non-Graco Isolated Enclosure:

Connect hose as instructed in the isolation system manual, and comply with the requirements in the following Warning .

For Shielded Hose Systems:

Conductive hose layer (C) must be grounded through its connection to the isolation system’s grounded enclosure (L) or grounded fence. To maintain grounding continuity, the conductive hose layer (C) must be engaged in the ferrule when the strain relief nut is tightened. Failure to properly install the hose in the strain relief could result in an electric shock.

For Shielded Hose Systems:

Conductive hose layer (C) must be grounded through its connection to the isolation system’s grounded enclosure (L) or grounded fence. To maintain grounding continuity, the conductive hose layer (C) must be engaged in the ferrule when the strain relief nut is tightened. Failure to properly install the hose in the strain relief could result in an electric shock.

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F IG . 10 Shielded Fluid Hose Connection at

Non-Graco Isolation Enclosure c.

Connect the end of the tube (T) to the pump fluid outlet fitting.

6.

Reinstall the shroud (26) and air cap (25).

7.

Check the gun’s electrical grounding (see page 21).

8.

Connect the other end of the hose to the fluid outlet

of the isolated fluid supply. See F IGURE 10

To reduce the risk of electric shock, the areas of the waterborne fluid hose that are accessible to personnel during normal operation must be covered by the outer hose jacket (J). The portion of the inner hose layer (T) not covered by the outer jacket must be inside the voltage isolation system enclosure (E).

The conductive hose layer (C) must be grounded through its connection to the isolation system’s grounded enclosure (E).

NOTE: The Graco warranty and approvals are void if the electrostatic spray gun is connected to a non-Graco voltage isolation system or if the gun is operated above

60 kV.

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Fiber Optic Cable Connection

(Operational on Smart models only)

NOTE: Only use the supplied fiber optic cable.

The fiber optic cable allows the gun to communicate with the Pro Xp Auto Control Module.

For a 1 Gun System

1.

Connect Port 1 of the gun 1 manifold to Port 1 of the

Control Module.

2.

Connect Port 2 of the gun 1 manifold to Port 2 of the

Control Module.

For a 2 Gun System

1.

Connect Port 1 of the gun 2 manifold to Port 5 of the

Control Module.

2.

Connect Port 2 of the gun 2 manifold to Port 6 of the

Control Module.

3.

To install a Pro Xp Auto Control Module, see the module instruction manual 332989.

F

IG

. 11 . Making Fiber Optic Connections

Non-Hazardous Area Hazardous Area H

V

U

Port 2

Port 5 Port 6

Port 1

1

2

R Gun 1

H

Q

V

P

Key for F IGURE 12

H

P

Q

R

U

V

PRO Xp Auto Waterborne Air Spray Gun

24 Volt Power Supply Connection

Remote I/O Connection

Pro Xp Auto Control Module

Bulkhead (optional)

Fiber Optic Cable

F IG . 12 . Fiber Optic Schematic

U

Gun 2

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Agitator Kit Accessory

To add an agitator to the Graco isolation system, order

Part No. 245895. See

Agitator Kit 245895 , page 63, for

the kit parts list.

1.

Discharge the system voltage (see

Fluid Voltage

Discharge and Grounding Procedure , page 24).

2.

Relieve the pressure (see Pressure Relief Procedure , page 24).

3.

Open the isolated enclosure door.

4.

Remove the back of the control box (258).

5.

Remove tube (A2) from elbow (282) at the air mani-

fold; see Tubing and Wiring , page 61. Install the Y

fitting (402) into the elbow. Install tubes (A2) and

(407) into the Y fitting. Route the agitator tube (407) into the cabinet.

6.

Replace the back of the control box (258).

7.

Assemble the other parts of the kit as shown.

Secure the agitator with the setscrew (408).

8.

Return the system to service.

401

406

403

408

406

404

407

402

2

1

Fluid Regulator Kit Accessory

To add a fluid regulator to the Graco isolation system,

order Part No. 245944. See Fluid Regulator Kit

245944 , page 64 for the kit parts list.

1.

Discharge the system voltage (see Fluid Voltage

Discharge and Grounding Procedure , page 24).

2.

Relieve the pressure (see

Pressure Relief Procedure , page 24).

3.

Open the isolated enclosure door.

4.

Remove the 1/4 in. (6 mm) OD tube (A1) from the

pump air inlet; see Tubing and Wiring , page 61.

5.

Remove the waterborne fluid hose from the pump fluid outlet fitting (231) and remove the fitting.

6.

Unscrew the two pump mounting screws (S) and remove the pump from the isolation enclosure.

7.

Remove the back of the control box (258).

8.

Remove tube (A2) from elbow (282) at the air manifold; see Tubing and Wiring , page 77. Install the Y fitting (506) in the elbow. Install tubes (A2) and

(507) into the Y fitting. Route the tube (507) into the cabinet.

9.

Replace the back of the control box (258).

10. Assemble the fluid regulator kit as shown.

11. Reinstall the pump in the isolation enclosure. Use the two mounting holes to the left of the holes used previously, to allow clearance for the fluid regulator.

12. Connect tube (A1) to the air inlet of fluid regulator

(504). Connect tube (507) to the pump air inlet.

13. Connect the waterborne fluid hose to the fluid regulator outlet fitting (501).

14. Return the system to service.

F IG . 13 245895 Agitator Kit

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NOTE: The cabinet air regulator and gauge (216, 217) will now operate the air piloted fluid regulator (504). The pump will now operate at the inlet air pressure.

506

507

501

504

502

S

F IG . 14 . 245944 Fluid Regulator Kit

Grounding

A1

503

505

When operating the electrostatic gun, any ungrounded objects in the spray area (people, containers, tools, etc.) can become electrically charged. Improper grounding can result in static sparking, which can cause a fire, explosion, or electric shock. Ground all equipment, personnel, object being sprayed, and conductive objects in or close to the spray area. Resistance must not exceed

1 megohm. Follow the grounding instructions below.

The following are minimum grounding requirements for a basic electrostatic waterborne system. Your system may include other equipment or objects which must be grounded. Check your local electrical code for detailed grounding instructions. Your system must be connected to a true earth ground.

Electrostatic Air Spray Gun:

ground the gun by connecting the red-colored Graco Grounded Air Hose to the turbine air inlet and connecting the air hose ground wire to a true earth ground. See

Check

Electrical Grounding, page 21

Graco Waterborne Fluid Hose:

the hose is grounded through the conductive layer. Install the

hose as instructed on page 15.

Voltage Isolation System:

electrically connect the voltage isolation system to a true earth ground.

Air compressors and hydraulic power supplies:

ground the equipment according to the manufacturer's recommendations.

All air and fluid lines

must be properly grounded.

All electrical cables

must be properly grounded.

All persons entering the spray area:

shoes must have conductive soles, such as leather, or personal grounding straps must be worn. Do not wear shoes with non-conductive soles such as rubber or plastic.

Object being sprayed:

keep the workpiece hangers clean and grounded at all times. Resistance must not exceed 1 megohm.

The floor of the spray area:

must be electrically conductive and grounded. Do not cover the floor with cardboard or any non-conductive material which would interrupt grounding continuity.

Flammable liquids in the spray area:

must be kept in approved, grounded containers. Do not use plastic containers. Do not store more than the quantity needed for one shift.

All electrically conductive objects or devices in the spray area:

including fluid containers and wash cans, must be properly grounded.

Fluid and waste containers:

ground all fluid and waste containers in the spray area. Do not use pail liners unless they are conductive and grounded.

When flushing the spray gun, the container used to catch the excess fluid must be electrically conductive and grounded.

All solvent pails:

use only approved, grounded metal containers, which are conductive. Do not use plastic containers. Use only non-flammable solvents. Do not store more than the quantity needed for one shift.

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Check Electrical Grounding

Megohmmeter Part No. 241079 is not approved for use in a hazardous area. To reduce the risk of sparking, do not use the megohmmeter to check electrical grounding unless:

• The gun has been removed from the hazardous area;

• Or all spraying devices in the hazardous area are turned off, ventilation fans in the hazardous area are operating, and there are no flammable vapors in the area (such as open solvent containers or fumes from spraying).

Failure to follow this warning could cause fire, explosion, and electric shock and result in serious injury and property damage.

Graco Part No. 241079 Megohmmeter is available as an accessory to check that the gun is properly grounded.

1.

Have a qualified electrician check the electrical grounding continuity of the spray gun and turbine air hose.

2.

Make sure the red-colored turbine air hose (B) is connected and the hose ground wire is connected to a true earth ground.

4.

Measure the resistance between the turbine air inlet fitting (TA) and a true earth ground (N). If the resistance is greater than 100 ohms, check the tightness of the ground connections and be sure the turbine air hose ground wire is connected to a true earth ground. If the resistance is still too high, replace the turbine air hose

AA

N

TA

B

WLD

F IG . 15 . Check Gun Grounding

5.

If using the WB100 use an ohmmeter (AA) measure the resistance between the cabinet ground lug (214) and a true earth ground (CC). The resistance must be less than 100 ohms.

3.

Turn off the air and fluid supply to the gun. Follow

the Pressure Relief Procedure, page 24. The fluid

hose must not have any fluid in it.

214

AA

CC

F IG . 16 . Check Cabinet Grounding

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Install the Fabric Cover

See F IGURE 17.

1.

Install a fabric cover (XX) over the front of the gun and slide it back to cover the exposed tubing and hoses at the back of the manifold.

2.

Route the exhaust tube (YY) outside the cover. This enables you to monitor the exhaust tube for the presence of any paint or solvent. See

Check for

Fluid Leakage on page 30. Strap down the exhaust

tube to prevent it from moving around.

YY

XX

Flush Before Using Equipment

The equipment was tested in fluid at the factory. To avoid contaminating your fluid, flush the equipment with a compatible solvent before using the equipment.

Check Fluid Viscosity

To check fluid viscosity you will need:

• a viscosity cup

• a stopwatch

1.

Completely submerge the viscosity cup in the fluid.

Lift the cup out quickly, starting the stopwatch as soon as the cup is completely removed.

2.

Watch the stream of fluid coming from the bottom of the cup. As soon as there is a break in the stream, shut off the stopwatch.

3.

Record the fluid type, elapsed time, and size of the viscosity cup.

4.

If the viscosity is too high or too low, contact the material supplier. Adjust as necessary.

YY

F IG . 17 . Fabric Cover

WLD

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Operation

Operating Checklist

Check the following list daily, before starting to operate the system, to help ensure you of safe, efficient operation.

All operators are properly trained to safely operate an automatic electrostatic waterborne air spray system as instructed in this manual.

All operators are trained in the

Fluid Voltage

Discharge and Grounding Procedure

on

page 24.

All operators are trained in the

Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24

.

The electrostatics are turned off and system

voltage is discharged according to the Fluid

Voltage Discharge and Grounding Procedure , page 24, before any person enters the

isolation enclosure, before cleaning, and before performing any maintenance or repair.

The warning sign provided with the gun is mounted in the spray area where it can be easily seen and read by all operators.

The system is thoroughly grounded and the operator and all persons entering the spray area are properly grounded. See

Grounding on page 20.

The Graco waterborne fluid hose is in good condition with no cuts or abrasions of the

PTFE layer. Replace hose if damaged.

The condition of the gun’s electrical components has been checked as instructed in

Electrical Tests on page 31.

All fluid hose connections are tight.

All conductive objects in the spray area are electrically grounded and the floor of the spray area is electrically conductive and grounded.

All flammable fluids in the spray booth are in approved, grounded containers.

The manifold exhaust tubes have been checked for the presence of any fluid as instructed in

Check for Fluid Leakage

on

page 30.

Fluids used must meet the following flammability requirements:

FM, FMc Approved:

Material does not sustain burning in accordance with the Standard Test Method for Sustained Burning of Liquid Mixtures, ASTM

D4206.

CE-EN 50059 Compliant:

Materials which cannot be ignited, in any mixture with air, by an energy source of less than

500mJ.

Ventilation fans are operating properly.

Workpiece hangers are clean and grounded.

All debris, including flammable fluids and rags, is removed from the spray area.

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Operation

Fluid Voltage Discharge and

Grounding Procedure

Pressure Relief Procedure

Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure whenever you see this symbol.

The fluid supply is charged with high voltage until the voltage is discharged. Contact with the charged components of the voltage isolation system or spray gun electrode will cause an electric shock. To avoid an electric shock, follow the

Fluid Voltage

Discharge and Grounding Procedure :

• whenever you are instructed to discharge the voltage

• before cleaning, flushing, or servicing the system equipment

• before approaching the front of the gun

• or before opening the isolation enclosure for the isolated fluid supply.

NOTE: An accessory grounding rod, part No. 210084, is available to discharge any voltage remaining on a system component. Contact your Graco distributor to order.

1.

Turn off the turbine air to all spray guns connected to the isolated fluid supply and wait 30 seconds.

2.

Discharge the voltage at the voltage isolation system by following the procedure specified in the voltage isolation system instruction manual.

3.

For WB100 fully unscrew the door T-handle locking screw. This will shut off the air to the gun and trigger the grounding cylinder to discharge any remaining electrical charge.

4.

Touch the pump, supply pail, and electrode of the gun with a grounded rod to make sure the voltage has been discharged. If you see an arc, verify that the electrostatics are turned off or see

Electrical

Troubleshooting on page 39 or the voltage isola-

tion system manual for other possible problems.

Resolve the problem before proceeding.

This equipment stays pressurized until pressure is manually relieved. To help prevent serious injury from pressurized fluid, such as skin injection, splashing fluid and moving parts, follow the Pressure

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

1.

Follow the

Fluid Voltage Discharge and Grounding Procedure on page 24.

2.

Relieve fluid pressure in the fluid supply and voltage isolation system as instructed in their instruction manuals.

3.

Turn off all the air to the spray gun except the cylinder air, which triggers the gun. If an air pilot fluid regulator is used in the system, air pressure is also needed at the regulator air inlet.

NOTE: The air shut-off device must bleed the air out of the system.

4.

Trigger the gun into a grounded metal waste container to relieve the fluid pressure.

5.

Turn off all remaining air supplies to the gun.

6.

Turn off the main air supply by closing the bleed-type master air valve on the main air supply line. Leave the valve closed until you are ready to spray again.

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Fill the Fluid Supply

1.

Follow the Fluid Voltage Discharge and Grounding Procedure , page 24.

2.

Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure , page 24.

3.

Open the isolated enclosure door.

4.

Remove the pail cover from the pail, holding a rag over the suction tube strainer to prevent any fluid from dripping into the isolated enclosure. Place the cover and suction tube outside the enclosure.

5.

Remove the supply pail from the enclosure.

NOTICE

Be sure to wipe up all fluid spills in the isolated enclosure. Fluid can create a conductive path and cause the system to short out.

6.

Clean up any fluid spills in the enclosure, using a soft cloth and a non-flammable, compatible solvent.

7.

Fill the supply pail with fluid and return it to the enclosure. Clean up any spills.

8.

Reinstall the pail cover, holding a rag over the suction tube strainer to prevent fluid spills while you place the pump suction tube in the pail.

9.

Close the isolated enclosure door and fasten securely with the T-handle locking screw.

Select a Fluid Nozzle and Air

Cap

Operating the Spray Function

Applying a minimum of 60 psi (0.41 MPa, 4.1 bar) air pressure to the gun manifold’s cylinder air fitting (CYL) will retract the gun piston, which opens the air valves and a short time later opens the fluid needle. This provides the proper air lead and lag when triggering the gun. A spring returns the piston when the cylinder air is shut off.

Adjust the Spray Pattern

Follow the steps below to establish the correct fluid flow and air flow. Do not turn on the turbine air (TA) yet.

To reduce the risk of fire and explosion, only use this equipment with fluids that meet at least one of the following conditions for non-flammability:

• Material does not sustain burning in accordance with the Standard Test Method for Sustained

Burning of Liquid Mixtures, ASTM D4206.

• Materials which cannot be ignited, in any mixture with air, by an energy source of less than 500 mJ.

Contact with the charged components of the spray gun will cause an electric shock. Do not touch the gun nozzle or electrode or come within 4 in. (102 mm) of the front of the gun during operation or until

performing the Fluid Voltage Discharge and

Grounding Procedure on page 24.

Follow the

Fluid Voltage Discharge and

Grounding Procedure on page 24 when you stop

spraying and whenever you are instructed to discharge the voltage.

To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24 before removing or

installing a fluid nozzle and/or air cap.

To reduce the risk of serious injury, including splashing fluid in the eyes or on the skin, follow the

Pressure Relief Procedure, page 31, before removing or installing a fluid nozzle and/or air cap.

The gun is shipped with the fluid nozzle and air cap installed.

NOTE: To select a different size fluid nozzle or air cap, see

Air Caps and Fluid Nozzles on page 49. To install

the fluid nozzle and air cap, see Air Cap/Nozzle

Replacement on page 41.

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Operation

To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the

Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24 whenever you are

instructed to relieve the pressure.

To reduce the risk of component rupture, which can cause serious injury, do not exceed the maximum working pressure of the lowest rated system component. This equipment has a 100 psi (0.7 MPa,

7 bar) maximum working air and fluid pressure.

1.

Discharge the system voltage.

2.

Relieve the pressure.

3.

Select and install the appropriate air cap for your application.

4.

Loosen the air cap retaining ring, and rotate the air cap for a vertical or horizontal spray pattern. See

F IGURE 18. Tighten the retaining ring until the air cap

is held firmly in place; you should not be able to rotate the air cap horns by hand.

Vertical Pattern

NOTE:

• For the most efficiency, always use the lowest air pressure possible.

• When increasing to a wide, flat pattern, it may be necessary to increase the supply of fluid to the gun to maintain the same amount of coverage over a large area.

See Spray Pattern Troubleshooting on page 37 to

correct spray pattern problems.

Adjust the Electrostatics

1.

Shut off the fluid supply.

2.

Prepare the isolation system for high voltage operation.

3.

Turn on the turbine air (TA) and adjust the air pres-

sure per the settings in Table 1 . Set the proper

pressure at the turbine air hose inlet

when air is flowing

.

Table 1. Approximate Dynamic Turbine Air

Pressures

Turbine Air

Hose Length ft (m)

Air pressure at turbine air hose inlet for full voltage psi (bar, MPa)

15 (4.6)

25 (7.6)

36 (11)

50 (15.3)

75 (22.9)

100 (30.5)

54 (3.8, 0.38)

55 (3.85, 0.38)

56 (3.9, 0.39)

57 (4.0, 0.40)

59 (4.1, 0.41)

61 (4.3, 0.43)

Horizontal Pattern

F IG . 18 . Air Cap Positions

5.

Adjust the fluid flow with the fluid pressure regulator.

Refer to the Fluid Nozzle Performance Charts

on

page 49 to set the fluid pressure for various fluid

flows, according to the size of the fluid nozzle being used.

6.

Use the air pressure regulator on the atomization air supply line (A1) to adjust the degree of atomization.

See F IGURE 5. For example, for a fluid flow rate of

10 ounces per minute (0.3 liters per minute), a typical atomization pressure would be 20-30 psi

(1.4-2.1 bar, 0.14-0.21 MPa) at the gun manifold.

7.

Use the air pressure regulator on the fan air supply line (A2) to adjust the pattern size.

4.

Check the turbine speed of the gun by checking the indicator light on the standard gun body or for the smart gun check the actual turbine speed on the Pro

Xp Auto Control Module. See the following table.

Adjust the air pressure as necessary to keep the indicator light green or the values within 400-750

Hz.

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NOTE: Smart models display values, standard models display color indicator lights

Table 2. Indicator Colors/Values

Indicator

Color

Green

400-750 Hz

Amber

<400

Red

>750

Description

When spraying, the indicator should remain green, indicating sufficient air pressure to the alternator turbine.

If the indicator changes to amber after 1 second, the air pressure is too low.

Increase air pressure until the indicator is green.

If the indicator changes to red after 1 second, the air pressure is too high.

Decrease air pressure until the indicator is green. Excessive turbine speed can shorten the bearing life and will not increase the voltage output.

5.

Check the voltage output by reading the kV meter on the isolated enclosure. 45-55 kV is normal.

See Electrical Troubleshooting on page 39 to correct

voltage problems.

Spraying

To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not touch the gun electrode or come within 4 in. (10 cm) of the nozzle during gun operation.

1.

Apply a minimum of 60 psi (4.2 bar, 0.42 MPa) air pressure to the cylinder air fitting (CYL) to activate the on/off sequence of atomization air (A1), fan air

(A2), and fluid (P).

2.

Turn the gun functions on and off by using the air solenoid valves on the cylinder (CYL) and turbine

(TA) air supply lines.

3.

To change to a smart model lower voltage setting, see the Pro Xp Auto Control Module manual.

If any fluid leakage from the gun is detected, stop spraying immediately. Fluid leakage into the gun shroud could cause fire or explosion and result in

serious injury and property damage. See Check for

Fluid Leakage on page 30.

Triggering the Fluid Alone

1.

Shut off and relieve the air pressure to the atomization (A1) and fan (A2) air lines, using the bleed-type air shutoff valves.

2.

Apply 60 psi (4.2 bar, 0.42 MPa) air pressure to the cylinder air fitting (CYL) to trigger the fluid.

Shutdown

To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24 when you stop

spraying and whenever you are instructed to relieve the pressure.

1.

Discharge the system voltage.

2.

Relieve the pressure.

3.

Flush and clean the equipment. See Maintenance on page 28.

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Operation

Maintenance

Daily Care and Cleaning

Checklist

Flushing

To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the

Relief Procedure

ment usage.

on page 24 before doing any

maintenance on the gun or system.

Flush the gun. See Flushing

Clean the fluid and air line filters.

Pressure

Check the following list daily upon completion of equip-

, page 28.

Clean the outside of the gun. See

Clean Outside of Gun , page 29.

Clean the air cap and fluid nozzle daily, minimum. Some applications require more frequent cleaning. Replace the fluid nozzle and air cap if they are damaged. See

Clean the

Air Cap and Fluid Nozzle , page 29.

Check the electrode and replace if broken or damaged. See

Electrode Replacement on page 42.

Check for fluid leakage from the gun and fluid

hoses. See Check for Fluid Leakage on page 30. Tighten fittings or replace equipment

as needed.

Check Electrical Grounding , page 21

.

To reduce the risk of fire, explosion, or electric shock, turn off the turbine air (TA) before flushing the gun.

Follow the Fluid Voltage Discharge and Grounding

Procedure, page 30, before flushing.

Only flush, purge, or clean the gun with fluids that meet the following flammability requirements:

FM, FMc Approved:

Material does not sustain burning in accordance with the Standard Test Method for Sustained Burning of

Liquid Mixtures, ASTM D4206.

CE-EN 50059 Compliant:

Materials which cannot be ignited, in any mixture with air, by an energy source of less than 500mJ.

NOTICE

Do not use methylene chloride as a flushing or cleaning solvent with this gun as it will damage nylon components.

• Flush before changing fluids, before fluid can dry in the equipment, at the end of the day, before storing, and before repairing equipment.

• Flush at the lowest pressure possible. Check connectors for leaks and tighten as necessary.

• Flush with a fluid that is compatible with the fluid being dispensed and the equipment wetted parts.

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Clean Outside of Gun

NOTICE

• Clean all parts with a non-conductive, compatible solvent. Conductive solvents can cause the gun to malfunction.

• Fluid in the air passages could cause the gun to malfunction and could draw current and reduce the electrostatic effect. Fluid in the power supply cavity can reduce the turbine life. Whenever possible, point the gun down when cleaning it. Do not use any cleaning method which could allow fluid into the gun air passages.

Clean the Air Cap and Fluid

Nozzle

Equipment Needed

• soft bristle brush

• compatible solvent

Procedure

1.

Follow the

Fluid Voltage Discharge and Grounding Procedure , page 24

2.

Flush the gun. See

Flushing , page 28

3.

Follow the

Pressure Relief Procedure , page 24.

4.

Clean the outside of the gun with a compatible solvent. Use a soft cloth. Wring out excess fluid from cloth. Point the gun down to prevent solvent from entering the gun passages. Do not immerse the gun.

Contact with the charged components of the spray gun will cause an electric shock. Do not touch the gun nozzle or electrode or come within 4 in. (102 mm) of the front of the gun during operation or until performing the

Fluid Voltage Discharge and

Grounding Procedure on page 24.

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To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24 when you stop

spraying and whenever you are instructed to relieve the pressure.

1.

Discharge the system voltage.

2.

Relieve the pressure.

3.

Remove the air cap assembly (24, 25) and shroud

(26). See F IGURE 19.

4.

Wipe the fluid nozzle (4), shroud (26), and exterior of the gun clean with a cloth dampened in solvent.

Avoid getting any solvent into the air passages.

Whenever possible, point the gun down when cleaning it.

5.

If it appears that there is paint inside the fluid nozzle

(4) air passages, remove the gun from the line for servicing. See

Air Cap/Nozzle Replacement

, page

41 to remove the fluid nozzle for cleaning or

replacement.

6.

Clean the air cap (25) with the soft bristle brush and solvent or submerge the air cap in suitable solvent and wipe it clean. Do not use metal tools.

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Operation

7.

Slide the shroud (26) onto the gun.

8.

Carefully install the air cap (25). Be sure to insert the electrode (3) through the center hole of the air cap. Rotate the air cap to the desired position.

9.

Make sure the u-cup (24a) is in place on the retaining ring (1). The lips must face forward. Tighten the retaining ring until the air cap is held firmly in place; you should not be able to rotate the air cap horns by hand.

10. Test gun resistance, page 31.

26

During operation, periodically check all openings of the

gun shroud (ZZ) for the presence of fluid. See F

IGURE

20. Fluid in these areas indicates leakage into the

shroud, which could be caused by leaks at the fluid tube connections or fluid packing leakage.

If fluid is seen in these areas, stop spraying immediately. Discharge the system voltage, relieve the pressure, then remove the gun for repair.

ZZ

ZZ

F IG . 20 Check for Fluid Leakage

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3

4

24a

25 24

F IG . 19 . Clean Air Cap and Fluid Nozzle

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Check for Fluid Leakage

If any fluid leakage from the gun is detected, stop spraying immediately. Fluid leakage into the gun shroud could cause fire or explosion and result in serious injury and property damage.

Clean the Cabinet

• Inspect the cabinet and clean up any spilled paint.

Conductive paint residue allowed to contact grounded parts may short out the electrostatics.

• Keep the inside of the cabinet clean, for proper operation.

• Inspect the door T-handle locking screw regularly, to ensure the threads are well greased. Apply silicone-free grease to the threads when necessary.

• Visually inspect the ground strip (240) for damage.

Replace if needed. Measure the resistance weekly.

See Test Ground Strip Resistance , page 33.

To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the

Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24 when you stop

spraying and whenever you are instructed to relieve the pressure.

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Electrical Tests

Electrical Tests

Use the following procedures to test the condition of the power supply and gun body, and electrical continuity

between components. See Power Supply Removal and Replacement , page 46.

Use megohmmeter Part No. 241079 (AA) and an applied voltage of 500 V. Connect the leads as shown.

Test Gun Resistance

1.

Flush and dry the fluid passage.

2.

Trigger the gun and measure resistance between the electrode needle tip (3) and the turbine air fitting.

The resistance should be 90-120 megohms. If out-

side this range, go to Test Power Supply Resistance , page 32. If in range, and there are other

performance concerns, see

Voltage Loss Troubleshooting , page 34 for other possible causes of poor

performance.

Megohmmeter Part No. 241079 (AA-see F IGURE 21)

is not approved for use in a hazardous area. To reduce the risk of sparking, do not use the megohmmeter to check electrical grounding unless:

• The gun has been removed from the hazardous area;

• Or all spraying devices in the hazardous area are turned off, ventilation fans in the hazardous area are operating, and there are no flammable vapors in the area (such as open solvent containers or fumes from spraying).

Failure to follow this warning could cause fire, explosion, and electric shock and result in serious injury and property damage.

AA

3

TA

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TA

F IG . 21 . Test Gun Resistance

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Electrical Tests

Test Power Supply Resistance

1.

Remove the power supply (7), page 46.

2.

Remove the turbine alternator (8) from the power

supply, page 47.

3.

Measure resistance from the power supply's ground strips (EE) to the spring (7a). See F IGURE 22.

4.

The resistance should be 90-115 megohms. If outside this range, replace the power supply. If in range, proceed to the next test.

5.

Refer to

Electrical Troubleshooting on page 39

for other possible causes of poor performance.

6.

Be sure the spring (7a) is in place before reinstalling the power supply.

Test Electrode Resistance

Remove the electrode (3). See

Electrode Replacement , page 42. Measure the resistance between the

contact (HH) and the electrode wire (GG). The resistance should be 8-30 megohms. If out of range, replace the electrode.

NOTE: If the gun resistance is still out of range after testing the power supply and electrode:

• Check that the conductive o-ring (4a) is making contact with the barrel pin.

• Check that the power supply spring (7a) is making contact with the barrel pin.

7a EE

F IG . 22 . Test Power Supply Resistance

F

IG

. 23 . Test Electrode Resistance ti1513a

F IG . 24 Nozzle Conductive O-Ring

4a

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Electrical Tests

Test Ground Strip Resistance

Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the latch housing (206) and the ground lug (214). The ground strip is grounded through the cart back to the ground lug. Resistance must be less than 100 ohms. If greater than 100 ohms, replace the ground strip (240).

Test Cylinder Resistance

Remove the enclosure door. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance from the pump (209) to the ground lug (214). Resistance must be less than 100 ohms. If greater than 100 ohms, replace the grounding cylinder

(227).

206

F

IG

. 25 . Test Electrode Resistance

214

F IG . 26 Test Cylinder Resistance

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Installing and servicing this equipment requires access to parts which may cause an electric shock or other serious injury if the work is not performed properly. Do not install or repair this equipment unless you are trained and qualified.

Follow the

Fluid Voltage Discharge and

Grounding Procedure on page 24 before checking

or servicing the system and whenever you are instructed to discharge the voltage.

To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the

Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24 whenever you are

instructed to relieve the pressure.

NOTE: Check all possible remedies in the Troubleshooting Chart before disassembling the gun.

Voltage Loss Troubleshooting

Normal spraying voltage for a system using the waterborne gun is 45-55 kV. The system voltage is lower due to spraying current demands and voltage isolation system losses.

A loss of spraying voltage can be caused by a problem with the spray gun, fluid hose, or voltage isolation system, since all of the system components are electrically connected through the conductive, waterborne fluid.

Before troubleshooting or servicing the voltage isolation system itself, you need to determine which component in the system is most likely causing a problem. Possible causes include the following:

Spray Gun

• Fluid leakage

• Dielectric breakdown at the fluid hose connection or fluid packings

• Not enough air pressure for the alternator turbine

• Faulty power supply

• Excessive overspray on gun surfaces

• Fluid in the air passages

Waterborne Fluid Hose

• Dielectric failure of the hose (pin-hole leak in the

PTFE layer)

• Air gap in the fluid column between the gun and the isolated fluid supply, causing a low voltage reading on the isolation system voltage meter.

Voltage Isolation System

• Fluid leakage

• Dirty interior

• Dielectric breakdown of hoses, seals, or connections

• Isolators not functioning properly

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Troubleshooting

Visual Checks

First, check the system for any visible faults or errors to help isolate whether the spray gun, fluid hose or voltage isolation system has failed. A voltage probe and meter, part no. 245277, is helpful for diagnosing voltage problems and is required for some of the troubleshooting tests that follow.

1.

Check that all of the air and fluid tubes and hoses are properly connected.

2.

Check that the voltage isolation system valves and controls are properly set for operation.

3.

Check that the interior of the isolated enclosure is clean.

4.

Check that the spray gun and voltage isolation system have sufficient air pressure.

5.

Check that the spray gun and voltage isolation system have sufficient air pressure.

6.

Check that the gun turbine air (TA) is turned on and the pressure is set correctly.

7.

Check that the voltage isolation system's enclosure door is closed and that any safety interlocks are engaged and working properly.

8.

Make sure the voltage isolation system is in the “isolate” mode, where it is isolating the fluid voltage from ground.

9.

To eliminate air gaps in the fluid column, spray enough fluid to purge the air out between the voltage isolation system and the spray gun. An air gap in the fluid hose can break the electrical continuity between the spray gun and the isolated fluid supply and cause a low voltage reading on a voltage meter connected to the isolated fluid supply.

10. Check the spray gun cover and barrel for accumulated overspray. Excessive overspray can create a conductive path back to the grounded gun handle.

Install a new gun cover and clean the exterior of the gun.

11. Inspect the entire system for any visible fluid leakage and repair any fluid leaks that are found. Pay special attention to the following areas:

• Packing area of the spray gun.

• Fluid hose: check for leakage or any bulges in the outer cover, which may indicate an internal leak.

• Internal voltage isolation system components

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Troubleshooting

Tests

If you still have no voltage, separate the spray gun and hose from the voltage isolation system and check whether the gun and hose alone will hold voltage with the following test.

1.

Flush the system with water and leave the lines filled with water.

2.

Discharge the system voltage (see Fluid Voltage

Discharge and Grounding Procedure on page 24.

3.

Follow the

Pressure Relief Procedure on page 24.

4.

Disconnect the fluid hose from the voltage isolation system.

Avoid allowing any water to leak out of the fluid hose as that could cause a significant air gap in the fluid column up to the gun electrode, which can break the conductivity path and conceal a potential failure area.

5.

Position the end of the hose as far as possible away from any grounded surface. The end of the hose must be at least 1 ft. (0.3 m) from any ground. Make sure that no one is within 3 ft. (0.9 m) of the end of the hose.

6.

Turn the turbine air to the gun on. Measure the voltage at the gun electrode with a voltage probe and meter.

7.

Discharge the system voltage by waiting 30 seconds and then touching the gun electrode with a grounded rod.

8.

Check the meter reading:

• If the meter reading is 45 to 55 kV, the gun and fluid hose are okay, and the problem is in the voltage isolation system.

• If the meter reading is below 45 kV, the problem is in the gun or fluid hose.

9.

Flush the fluid hose and gun with enough air to dry out the fluid passages.

10. Turn the turbine air to the gun on. Measure the voltage at the gun electrode with a voltage probe and meter.

11. If the meter reading is 55-60 kV, the gun power supply is okay, and there is probably a dielectric breakdown somewhere in the fluid hose or gun. Continue

with step 12.

If the reading is below 55 kV, do the electrical tests on

page 31 to check the gun and power supply resistance.

If those tests show the gun and power supply are okay,

continue with step 12.

12. A dielectric breakdown is most likely in one of the following three areas. Repair or replace the component that is failing.

a.

Fluid hose:

• Check for leakage or any bulges in the outer cover, which may indicate a pin-hole leak through the PTFE layer. Disconnect the fluid hose from the gun, and look for signs of fluid contamination on the outside of the PTFE portion of the fluid tube.

• Inspect the end of the hose connected to the voltage isolation system. Look for cuts or nicks.

• Make sure the hose is properly stripped

(see

Connect the Waterborne Fluid

Hose , page 15). Restrip or replace the

hose.

b.

Fluid packings:

• Remove the packing assembly from the gun

(see Fluid Packing Rod Removal, page 56), and look for signs of fluid leakage or any blackened areas, which would indicate arcing is occurring along the packing rod.

c.

Fluid hose connection to the spray gun:

• A breakdown at the fluid hose connection joint would be caused by fluid leaking past the o-ring seals on the end of the hose.

Remove the hose at the gun connection and look for signs of fluid leakage along the

PTFE tube.

13. Before reassembling the gun, clean and dry the gun fluid inlet tube. Repack the inner spacer of the fluid packing rod with dielectric grease and reassemble the gun.

14. Reconnect the fluid hose.

15. Check the gun voltage with the voltage probe and meter before filling the gun with fluid.

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Troubleshooting

Spray Pattern Troubleshooting

NOTE: Check all possible remedies in the Troubleshooting Chart before disassembling the gun.

NOTE: Some spray pattern problems are caused by the improper balance between air and fluid.

Problem

Fluttering or spitting spray.

Cause Solution

No fluid.

Refill supply.

Loose, dirty, damaged nozzle/seat.

Clean or replace nozzle, page 41.

Improper spray pattern.

Streaks.

Air in fluid supply.

Damaged nozzle or air cap.

Check fluid source. Refill.

Replace, page 41.

Fluid buildup on air cap or nozzle.

Fan air pressure too high.

Fluid too thin.

Fluid pressure too low.

Fan air pressure too low.

Clean. See page 29.

Decrease.

Increase viscosity.

Increase.

Increase.

Fluid too thick.

Too much fluid.

Did not apply 50% overlap.

Dirty or damaged air cap.

Reduce viscosity.

Decrease flow.

Overlap strokes 50%.

Clean, page 29 or replace, page 41.

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Troubleshooting

Gun Operation Troubleshooting

Problem Cause Solution

Excessive spray fog.

“Orange Peel” finish.

Atomizing air pressure too high.

Fluid too thin.

Atomizing air pressure too low.

Poorly mixed or filtered fluid.

Fluid too thick.

Worn packings or rod.

Decrease air pressure as low as possible.

Increase viscosity.

Increase air pressure; use lowest air pressure necessary.

Remix or refilter fluid.

Reduce viscosity.

Replace; see page 42.

Fluid leaks from the fluid packing area

Air leaks from the air cap

Fluid leakage from the front of the gun

Worn piston stem o-rings.

Worn or damaged packing rod.

Replace, see page 44.

Replace, see page 43.

Gun does not spray

Dirty air cap

Air leaks from manifold

Fluid leaks at the quick-disconnect.

Worn fluid seat.

Loose fluid nozzle.

Damaged nozzle o-ring.

Low fluid supply.

Damaged air cap.

Dirty or clogged fluid nozzle.

Damaged fluid nozzle.

Piston not actuating.

Actuator arm is out of position.

Replace fluid nozzle (4) and/or elec-

trode needle (3). See page 41.

Tighten, See page 41

Replace; see page 41.

Misaligned air cap and fluid nozzle.

Clean fluid buildup off air cap and

fluid nozzle seat; see page 29.

Damaged nozzle orifice.

Fluid is coming on before the air.

Replace nozzle (4); see page 41

Check actuator arm and nuts. See

page 45.

Manifold is not tight

Worn or missing o-rings

Manifold is not tight.

Fluid hose o-rings are worn or missing.

Hose not seated properly.

Add fluid if necessary.

Replace; see page 41.

Clean; see page 41.

Replace, see page 41

Check cylinder air. Check piston

o-ring (11d); see page 44

Check actuator arm and nuts. See

page 45.

Tighten manifold screws

Replace o-rings. See page 45

Tighten manifold screws.

Inspect or replace o-rings

Make sure the hose was stripped

and installed correctly. See Connect the Waterborne Fluid Hose , page

15.

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Troubleshooting

Electrical Troubleshooting

Problem Cause Solution

Voltage still present at gun after following the

Fluid Voltage Discharge and Grounding Procedure,

page

24.

Poor wrap.

Turbine air is not turned off.

Did not wait long enough for voltage to discharge.

Turn off.

Wait longer before touching electrode with grounded rod. Check for bleed resistor failure.

Determine cause and correct. Purge air from fluid line.

Air pocket in fluid line leaves fluid near gun isolated.

Voltage isolation system failed.

Turbine air is not turned on.

Booth exhaust velocity is too high.

Atomizing air pressure too high.

Poorly grounded parts.

Faulty gun resistance.

Service voltage isolation system.

Turn on.

Reduce velocity to within code limits.

Decrease.

Fluid pressure too high.

Decrease.

Incorrect distance from gun to part.

Should be 8-12 in. (200-300 mm).

Resistance must be 1 megohm or less. Clean workpiece hangers.

See Test Gun Resistance on page

31.

ES indicator light is amber (standard models only)

Fluid leaks from the packing (2d) and causes a short.

Clean the packing rod cavity, or replace the packing rod. See page

page 43

Faulty turbine alternator.

No power.

See Turbine Removal and

Replacement page 47

Check power supply, alternator, and

alternator ribbon cable. See Power

Supply Removal and Replacement , page 46.

Spilled paint, dried paint, or other contaminants inside the WB100

Enclosure, causing a short circuit.

Grounding cylinder not retracted

Turbine speed is too low

Check power supply, alternator, and

alternator ribbon cable. See

Supply Removal and Replacement , page 46.

Power

Check operation of grounding cylinder.

Increase air pressure until indicator is green.

ES indicator light is red (standard models only)

Turbine speed is too high

No voltage or low voltage reading on the smart gun Pro Xp Auto Control

Module

Damaged fiber optic cable or connection.

Turbine air is not turned on.

Poor wrap.

Pro Xp Auto Control Module displays event code (smart models only)

Decrease air pressure until indicator is green

Check; replace damaged parts. See the Pro Xp Auto Control Module manual 332989.

Turn on.

See causes and solutions under

Poor Wrap, above.

See manual 332989 for Event Code

Troubleshooting.

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Repair

Repair

Prepare the Gun for Service Remove the Gun from the

Manifold

Installing and repairing this equipment requires access to parts that may cause electric shock or other serious injury if the work is not performed properly. Do not install or service this equipment unless you are trained and qualified.

Contact with the charged components of the spray gun will cause an electric shock. Do not touch the gun nozzle or electrode or come within 4 in. (102 mm) of the front of the gun during operation or until

performing the Fluid Voltage Discharge and

Grounding Procedure on page 24.

1.

Discharge the system voltage, page 24.

2.

Flush and clean the gun, page 28.

3.

Relieve the pressure, page 24.

4.

Remove the air cap (25) and shroud (26), page 41.

5.

Loosen the fluid hose strain relief bracket.

6.

Disconnect the fluid hose fitting (602) from the gun barrel (1).

7.

Loosen two manifold screws (21) and remove gun.

NOTE: The screws (21) should stay on the manifold and the five o-rings (18) should stay on the gun.

18

21

To reduce the risk of injury, follow the

Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24 before checking or

servicing any part of the system and whenever you are instructed to relieve the pressure.

NOTE:

• Check all possible remedies in

Troubleshooting

before disassembling the gun.

• Use a vise with padded jaws to prevent damage to plastic parts.

• Lubricate some packing rod parts (2) and certain fluid fittings with dielectric grease (44), as specified in the text.

• Lightly lubricate o-rings and seals with non-silicone grease. Order Part No. 111265 Lubricant. Do not over-lubricate.

• Only use genuine Graco parts. Do not mix or use parts from other PRO Gun models.

• Air Seal Repair Kit 24W390 is available. The kit must be purchased separately. Kit parts are marked with an asterisk, for example (6a*).

• Fluid Seal Repair Kit 24W391 is available. The kit must be purchased separately. Kit parts are marked with a symbol, for example (2a‡).

40

F IG . 27 Remove Gun from Manifold

Install the Gun on the Manifold

1.

Make sure the five o-rings (18) are in place.

2.

Secure the gun to the manifold by tightening the two manifold screws (21).

3.

4.

5.

21

Make sure the hose fittings and barrel are clean and dry, then reconnect the waterborne fluid hose, page

15.

Tighten strain relief screws.

Reinstall the gun cover (26) and air cap (25).

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Repair

Air Cap/Nozzle Replacement

1.

Prepare gun for service, page 40.

2.

Remove the retaining ring (24) and air cap (25). See

F IGURE 28.

3.

Remove the fluid nozzle (4) assembly with the multi-tool (44).

24

24a

25

4

4a

4b

3

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F IG . 28 . Air Cap/Nozzle Replacement

44

The nozzle contact ring (4a) is a conductive contact ring, not a sealing o-ring. To reduce the risk of sparking or electric shock, do not remove the nozzle contact ring (4a) except to replace it and never operate the gun without the contact ring in place. Do not replace the contact ring with anything but a genuine Graco part.

NOTE: Use non-silicone grease, Part No. 111265, on the small o-ring (4b). Do not over-lubricate. Do not lubricate the contact ring (4a).

4.

Make sure the conductive contact ring (4a) and the small o-ring (4b) are in place on the nozzle (4).

Lightly lubricate the small o-ring (4b).

NOTE: Make sure the electrode needle (3) is finger-

tight (page 42).

5.

Install the fluid nozzle (4) with the multi-tool (44).

Tighten until the fluid nozzle seats in the gun barrel

(1/8 to 1/4 turn past hand-tight).

6.

Assemble the shroud.

7.

Carefully install the air cap (25). Be sure to insert the electrode (3) through the center hole of the air cap. Rotate the air cap to the desired position.

8.

Make sure the u-cup (24a) is in place on the retaining ring (24). The lips must face forward. Tighten the retaining ring until the air cap is held firmly in place; you should not be able to rotate the air cap horns by hand.

9.

Test gun resistance, page 31.

10. Install the gun onto the manifold and bracket.

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Repair

Electrode Replacement

1.

Prepare the gun for service, page 40.

2.

Remove the air cap and nozzle, page 41.

3.

Unscrew the electrode (3) with the multi-tool (44).

F IGURE 29.

NOTICE

To avoid damaging the plastic threads, be very careful when installing the electrode.

4.

Apply low-strength (purple) or equivalent thread sealant to the electrode and packing rod threads.

Install the electrode finger-tight. Do not overtighten.

5.

Install the fluid nozzle, page 41.

6.

Test gun resistance, page 31.

7.

Install the air cap, page 41.

8.

Install the gun onto the manifold and bracket.

Fluid Packing Removal

NOTE: You may replace the packing rod as an assembly, as described below, or as individual parts (see page

43). The assembly is pre-adjusted at the factory.

1.

Prepare the gun for service, page 40.

2.

Remove the air cap, page 41. Remove the gun

shroud (26).

3.

Remove the jam nut (16) and actuator arm (15) and adjustment nut (16). See F IGURE 33.

NOTE: The fluid nozzle (4) must be in place when removing or installing the jam nut and actuator arm.

4.

Remove the fluid nozzle (4) and electrode (3). See

page 42.

5.

Remove the packing rod (2), using the multi-tool

(44).

NOTICE

Clean all parts in non-conductive solvent compatible with the fluid being used, such as xylol or mineral spirits. Use of conductive solvents can cause the gun to malfunction.

44

6.

Check all parts for wear or damage and replace if necessary.

NOTE: Before installing the packing rod, clean the internal surface of the barrel (1) with a soft cloth or brush.

Check for marks from high voltage arcing. If marks are present, replace the barrel.

WL

F IG . 29 . Electrode Replacement

42

16

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F IG . 30 . Fluid Packing Removal

48

1

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Repair

Packing Rod Repair

NOTE: You may replace the packing rod as individual parts, as described below, or as an assembly (see page

42). The assembly is pre-adjusted at the factory.

NOTE: Before installing the fluid packing rod into the gun barrel, make sure the internal surfaces of the barrel are clean. Remove any residue with a soft brush or cloth. Check the inside of the barrel for marks from high voltage arcing. If marks are present, replace the barrel.

1.

Place the packing nut (2f) and seal (2b‡) on the fluid rod (2e). Flats on the packing nut must face the back of the fluid rod. The seal o-ring must face away from the packing nut.

2.

Fill the inner cavity of the spacer (2h‡) with dielectric grease (43). Place the spacer on the fluid rod

(2e) in the direction shown. Generously apply dielectric grease to the outside of the spacer.

3.

Place the fluid packing (2c‡) on the packing rod (2e) with its lips facing the front of the rod. Install the needle packing (2d‡) with the male end toward the fluid packing, then install the housing (2g).

4.

Lightly tighten the packing nut (2f). The packing nut is properly tightened when there is 3 lb (13.3N) of drag force when sliding the packing housing (2g) assembly along the rod. Tighten or loosen the packing nut as needed.

5.

Install the o-ring (2a‡) on the outside of housing

(2g). Lubricate the o-ring with non-silicone grease,

Part No. 111265. Do not over-lubricate.

6.

Install the spring (5) against the nut (2j) as shown.

7.

Install the packing rod assembly (2) into the gun barrel. Using the multi-tool (44), tighten the assembly until just snug.

8.

Install the electrode. See Electrode Replacement, page 39.

9.

Install the nozzle and air cap. See Air Cap and Nozzle Replacement, page 38.

10. See Test Gun Resistance, page 31.

5

2k 2j

2e

2f

2b‡

2h‡

2c‡

2d‡

2g

2a‡

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Repair

Piston Repair

1.

Prepare the gun for service, page 40.

2.

Remove the air cap, page 41. Remove the gun

shroud (26).

3.

Remove the jam nut (16), actuator arm (15), and adjustment nut (16). See F IGURE 33.

NOTE: The fluid nozzle (4) must be in place when removing or installing the jam nut and actuator arm.

4.

Remove piston cap (13) from the rear of the gun.

5.

Push on the piston rod (11) to push the piston out the back of the gun.

6.

Inspect the o-rings (11d, 11e, 11f, 11g) for damage.

See Table 3 and F IGURE 32.

7.

Lubricate the o-rings (11d, 11e, 11f, 11g) with non-silicone grease, Part No. 111265. Do not over-lubricate.

8.

Align the two stems (11c) with the holes in the gun body and press the piston assembly into the back of the gun until it bottoms.

9.

Install and adjust the actuator arm, page 45.

11e

11f

11g

11e

11f

Fan Air Side

11c

11b

11d

11d

11a

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Atomizing Air Side

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F IG . 32 . Piston O-Rings

11g

Table 3. Piston O-Rings

Description

Shaft O-Ring

(11g)

Front O-Ring

(11e)

Back O-Ring

(11f)

Seals cylinder air along the piston rod

(34b). Replace if air leaks along rod.

Air shutoff seal. Replace if air leaks from air cap when gun is de-triggered.

Separates cylinder air from fan and atomizing air.

Function

Piston O-Ring

(11d)

Replace if air leaks from small vent hole at back of manifold when gun is triggered.

O-rings included in air seal repair kit 24W390

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Repair

Adjust the Actuator Arm

NOTE: The fluid nozzle (4) must be in place when removing or installing the jam nut and actuator arm.

See F IGURE 33.

1.

Install the adjustment nut (16b), actuator arm (15), and jam nut (16a) onto the piston rod (11b).

2.

Position the parts so there is a 0.125 in. (3 mm) gap between the actuator arm (15) and the fluid packing rod nut (E). This allows the atomizing air to actuate before the fluid.

3.

Tighten the adjustment nut (16b) against the actuator arm (15). Check that the 0.125 in. (3 mm) gap has been maintained. In addition, there should be 3 mm of electrode needle travel when the gun is triggered. Adjust the jam nut position to obtain these dimensions. Tighten the jam nut (16a)

4.

Test gun resistance, page 31.

5.

Install the gun shroud (26) and air cap (25), page

41.

6.

Install the gun onto the manifold. See page 40.

Barrel Removal

1.

Prepare the gun for service, page 40.

2.

Remove the air cap, page 41. Remove the gun

shroud (26).

3.

Remove the adjustment nuts (16a, 16b) and actuator arm (15). See F IGURE 33.

4.

Loosen the two screws (19). See F IGURE 34.

NOTICE

To avoid damaging the power supply, pull the gun barrel (1) straight away from the gun body (10). If necessary, gently move the gun barrel from side to side to free it from the gun body.

5.

Hold the gun body (10) with one hand and pull the barrel (1) straight off the body. See F IGURE 34.

1

0.125 in. (3 mm) gap

WLD

16a 15 16b

11b

F IG . 33 . Actuator Arm Adjustment

E

10

19

F IG . 34 . Barrel Removal

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Repair

Barrel Installation

See F IGURE 35

1.

Verify the gasket (9) and grounding spring (6) are in place and the gasket air holes are aligned properly.

Replace the gasket if damaged.

2.

Make sure the spring is in place on the tip of the power supply (7). Liberally apply dielectric grease to the tip of the power supply. Place the barrel (1) over the power supply and onto the gun body (10).

3.

Tighten the two barrel screws (19) oppositely and evenly (about a half turn past snug). Do not over-tighten.

NOTICE

To avoid damaging the gun barrel, do not over-tighten the screws (19).

4.

Install and adjust the actuator arm (15), jam nut

(16), and adjustment nut (16). See page 45.

5.

Test gun resistance, page 31.

6.

Install the gun shroud (26) and air cap, page 41.

7.

Install the gun onto the manifold. See page 14.

19

10

7

9

16

15

16

6

F IG . 35 . Barrel Installation

1

Power Supply Removal and

Replacement

• Inspect the gun handle power supply cavity for dirt or moisture. Clean with a clean, dry rag.

• Do not expose gasket (9) to solvents.

1.

See Prepare the Gun for Service, page 37.

2.

See Barrel Removal, page 42.

NOTICE

Be careful when handling the power supply (7) to avoid damaging it.

3.

Grasp the power supply (7) with your hand. With a gentle side to side motion, free the power supply/turbine assembly from the gun body (10), then carefully pull it straight out.

Smart models only: disconnect the flexible circuit

(30) from the socket at the top of the gun body.

4.

Inspect the power supply and turbine for damage.

5.

To separate the power supply (7) from the turbine

(8), disconnect the 3-wire ribbon connector (PC) from the power supply.

Smart models only: disconnect the 6–pin flexible circuit (30) from the power supply.

Slide the turbine up and off the power supply.

6.

See Test Power Supply Resistance, page 32.

Replace the power supply if necessary. To repair the turbine, see Turbine Removal and Replacement, page 44.

NOTICE

To prevent damage to the cable and possible interruption of the ground continuity, bend the turbine’s

3–wire ribbon cable (PC) upward and back, so the bend faces the power supply and the connector is at the top.

7.

Connect the 3-wire ribbon connector (PC) to the power supply.

Smart models only: connect the 6–pin flexible circuit (30) to the power supply.

46 333012A

Repair

Tuck the ribbon forward, under the power supply.

Slide the turbine (8) down onto the power supply

(7).

8.

Insert the power supply/turbine assembly in the gun body (10). Make sure the ground strips (EE) make contact with the handle.

Smart models only: align the connector of the

6–pin flexible circuit (30) with the socket (CS) at the top of the handle. See F

IGURE

36.

Push the connector securely into the socket as you slide the power supply/turbine assembly into the handle.

CS 30

Turbine Removal and

Replacement

NOTE: Replace turbine bearings after 2000 hours of operation. Order Part No. 24N706 Bearing Kit. Parts included in the kit are marked with a symbol ( ◆ ).

1.

See Prepare the Gun for Service, page 37.

2.

Remove the power supply/turbine assembly and disconnect the turbine. See Power Supply Removal and Replacement, page 43.

3.

Measure resistance between the two outer terminals of the 3-wire connector (PC); it should be

2.0–6.0 ohms. If outside this range, replace the turbine coil (8a).

4.

Using a flat blade screwdriver, pry the clip (8h) off the housing (8d). Remove the cap (8f), using a thin blade or screwdriver.

5.

If necessary, rotate the fan (8e) so its blades clear the four bearing tabs (T) of the housing (8d).

8e ◆

T

F IG . 36 . Connect Flexible Circuit

9.

Make sure the gasket (8), ground spring (6), and power supply spring (7a) are in place. Assemble the barrel (1) to the body (10). See Barrel Installation, page 42.

10. See Test Gun Resistance, page 31.

10

CS

9

8

PC

WLE

F IG . 38 . Fan Orientation

P

EE

WLD

F IG . 37 . Power Supply

7

30

7a

333012A 47

Repair

6.

Push the fan and coil assembly (8a) out the front of the housing (8d).

WLE

PC 8h

8b2

8d

M

8b1 ◆

S

F IG . 39 . Turbine Cross-Section.

NOTICE

8a 8g

Do not scratch or damage the magnet (M) or shaft (S).

Do not pinch or damage the 3–wire connector (PC) when disassembling and reassembling the bearings.

7.

Hold the coil assembly (8a) on a workbench with the fan end facing up. Using a wide blade screwdriver, pry the fan (8e)off the shaft (S).

8.

Remove the top bearing (8b2).

9.

Remove the bottom bearing (8b1).

10. Install the new bottom bearing (8b1.) on the long end of the shaft (S). The flatter side of the bearing must face away from the magnet (M). Install in the coil (8a) so the bearing blades are flush with the surface of the coil.

11. Press the new top bearing (8b2.) onto the short end of the shaft so the bearing blades are flush with the surface of the coil (8a). The flatter side of the bearing must face away from the coil.

12. Hold the coil assembly (8a) on a workbench with the fan end facing up. Press the fan (8e.) onto the long end of the shaft (S).The fan blades must be oriented

as shown in F

IGURE

38.

13. Carefully press the coil assembly (8a) into the front of the housing (8d.) while aligning the pin on the coil with the slot in the housing. The 3–wire connector

(PC) must be positioned below the wider notch (W) of the housing tabs, as shown in Fig. 45. Be sure the coil alignment pins (P) are positioned as shown in Fig. 44.

14. Rotate the fan (8e) so its blades clear the four bearing tabs (T) at the back of the housing. Ensure that the blades of the bottom bearing (8b1.) align with the tabs.

15. Seat the coil fully into the housing (8d.). Secure with the clip (8h.),ensuring that its tabs engage the slots in the housing.

16. Ensure that the o-ring (8g) is in place. Install the cap

(8f).

17. Install the turbine on the power supply, and install both parts in the handle. See Power Supply

Removal and Replacement, page 43.

F IG . 40 . Turbine

8f

8e ◆

8g*

8d ◆

W

8b1 ◆

Slot

S

M

8a

8b2 ◆

Pin

WLE

48

PC

8h ◆

333012A

Air Caps and Fluid Nozzles

Air Caps and Fluid Nozzles

Fluid Nozzle Selection Chart

To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24 before removing or

installing a fluid nozzle and/or air cap.

Fluid Nozzle

Part No.

Color

24N613

24N614

24N615

24N616 Black

24N617

24N618

24N619

24N620

24N621

24N622

24N623

24N624

24N625

Blue

Description

For standard coatings

With hardened seat, for abrasives and metallics

Orifice Size, mm (in.)

0.75 (.029)

1.0 (.042)

1.2 (.047)

1.5 (.055)

1.8 (.070)

2.0 (.079)

0.55 (.022)

0.75 (.029)

1.0 (.042)

1.2 (.047)

1.5 (.055)

1.8 (.070)

2.0 (.079)

Fluid Nozzle Performance

Charts

Use the following procedure to select the proper fluid nozzle for your application.

1.

For each fluid nozzle performance chart, find the point on the graph corresponding to your desired flow rate and viscosity. Mark the point on each graph with a pencil.

2.

The thick vertical line in each graph represents the target flow rate for that nozzle size. Find the graph that has the marked point closest to the thick vertical line. This is the recommended nozzle size for your application. Significantly exceeding the target flow rate may result in lower spray performance due to excessive fluid viscosity.

3.

From the marked point, move across to the vertical scale to find the required fluid pressure. If the required pressure is too high, use the next largest nozzle size. If the fluid pressure is too low, (<0.35 bar, 3.5 kPa, 5 psi), use the next smallest nozzle size.

Key to Fluid Nozzle Performance Charts

NOTE: Fluid pressures are measured at the spray gun inlet.

260 Centipoise Fluid

160 Centipoise Fluid

70 Centipoise Fluid

20 Centipoise Fluid

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Air Caps and Fluid Nozzles

Table 4. Orifice Size: 0.75 mm (0.030 in.) Table 7. Orifice Size: 1.5 mm (0.059 in.)

50

FLUID

PRESSURE bar, psi

FLUID FLOW: oz/min, cc/min

Table 5. Orifice Size: 1.0 mm (0.040 in.)

FLUID

PRESSURE bar, psi

FLUID FLOW: oz/min, cc/min

Table 8. Orifice Size: 1.8 mm (0.070 in.)

FLUID

PRESSURE bar, psi

FLUID FLOW: oz/min, cc/min

Table 6. Orifice Size: 1.2 mm (0.047 in.)

FLUID

PRESSURE bar, psi

FLUID FLOW: oz/min, cc/min

Table 9. Orifice Size: 2.0 mm (0.079 in.)

FLUID

PRESSURE bar, psi

FLUID

PRESSURE bar, psi

FLUID FLOW: oz/min, cc/min

FLUID FLOW: oz/min, cc/min

333012A

Air Caps and Fluid Nozzles

Air Cap Selection Chart

To reduce the risk of an injury, follow the Pressure

Relief Procedure on page 24 before removing or

installing a fluid nozzle and/or air cap.

NOTE: All air cap pattern shapes and lengths in the following chart were measured under the following conditions. Pattern shape and length are material dependent.

Distance to target:

Inlet air pressure:

10 in. (254 mm)

50 psi (34 kPa, 3.4 bar).

Fan air:

adjusted for maximum width

Fluid flow rate:

10 oz/min (300 cc/min)

Part No.

(color)

24N438

(black)

24N279

(black)

Pattern

Shape

Length in. (mm)

Round end 15-17

(381-432)

Round end 14-16

(356-406)

Recommended Fluid

Viscosity, in centipoise (cp) at 70°F

(21°C) ◆

Light to medium (20-70 cp)

Medium to heavy

(70-260 cp), and high solids (360+ cp)

Light to medium (20-70 cp)

24N376

(black)

24N276

(blue)

24N277

(red)

24N278

(green)

24N274

(black)

24N275

(black)

Tapered end

17-19

(432-483)

Tapered end

Tapered end

12-14

(305-356)

14-16

(356-406)

Light to medium (20-70 cp)

Light to medium (20-70 cp), and high solids

(360+ cp), aerospace coatings

24N439

(black)

Tapered end

11-13

(279-330)

For use with 2.0 mm nozzles. Medium to heavy (70-260 cp), and high solids (360+ cp)

24N477

(black)

Round end 15-17

(381-432)

Light to medium (20-70 cp)

24N453

(black)

Round end 14-16

(356-406)

Light to medium (20-70 cp)

◆ Centipoise = centistokes x fluid specific gravity.

Recommended

Production Rates

Up to 15 oz/min (450 cc/min)

Up to 15 oz/min (450 cc/min)

Up to 15 oz/min (450 cc/min)

Up to 15 oz/min (450 cc/min)

Up to 25 oz/min (750 cc/min)

Up to 20 oz/min (600 cc/min)

Up to 15 oz/min (450 cc/min)

Up to 15 oz/min (450 cc/min)

Transfer

Efficiency

Better

Better

Best

Good

Best

Good

Better

Better

Atomization

Best

Better

Better

Good

Good

Best

Best

Better

Cleanliness

Good

Good

Better

Best

Best

Better

Good

Good

333012A 51

Parts

Parts

Standard Pro Xp Auto Waterborne Air Spray Gun Models

LA1T18, Waterborne, Rear Manifold

52 333012A

Parts

LA1T18, Waterborne, Rear Manifold

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description Qty

3

4

1

2

5

6

7

24N667 BODY, gun assy

See

Packing Rod Assembly , page 56

1

24N652 NEEDLE, electrode, WB 1

24N616 NOZZLE, fluid; includes 4a and 4b 1

4a 24N645 O-RING, conductive

4b 111507 O-RING; fluoroelastomer

185111 SPRING, compression

197624 SPRING, compression

24N662 POWER SUPPLY, 60 kV, WB

7a 24N979 SPRING

8 See

Turbine Assembly , page 57

8g ■ 110073 O-RING, packing

9*

10

24N699 GASKET, barrel

24W866 BODY, Auto XP, STD, WB

11 24W396 PISTON, assy, actuation, auto

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

11a 17B704 O-RING, packing

11b 111504 O-RING, packing

11c 112319 O-RING, packing

11d 111508 O-RING, packing

12 112640 SPRING, compression

13 24W397 CAP, piston, actuation

14

15

16

513505 WASHER, plain #10 SST

24W398 ARM, fluid actuator, XP

(Includes 16 qty 2)

100166 NUT, full hex 2

18* 111450 PACKING, O-RING

19 24N740 SCREW, ES gun (Includes 2)

20 24W392 MANIFOLD, rear inlet, Auto XP

21

23

24

24W399 SCREW, modified, 1/4-20, XP

Auto

24W411 FITTING, Adapter, M12 TO 1/4,

LH, XP

2

1

24N644 RING, retainer, assy; includes 24a 1

5

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description Qty

29

30

31 ■

32 ■

34 ■

35 ■

36

37

24a* 198307 PACKING, u-cup; UHMWPE

25 24N477 AIR CAP, machining, black

26

27

28

24W389 COVER, shroud, Auto XP WB

114263 FITTING, connector, male

115950 FITTING, connector, 1/4npt (M),

5/16T

110465 SCREW, set

102207 SCREW, set, SCH

BRACKET, strain relief, WB tube

CLAMP, strain relief, SM WB

SCREW, SHDC, SS, .250x.50

FASTENER, retainer

117560 SCREW, set, socket head

070303 LUBRICANT, grease

38

39

070311 SEALANT, anaerobic

070321 LUBRICANT, grease

40 116553 GREASE, dielectric; 1 oz (30 ml) tube (not shown)

41 ▲ 16P802 SIGN, warning

43 ▲ 179791 TAG, warning

44 276741 MULTI-TOOL (shipped loose)

45 107460 TOOL, wrench, ball end

600

24W599 See Shielded Waterborne Fluid

Hose , page 64

600a 24W599 See Shielded Waterborne Fluid

Hose , page 64

▲ Replacement Warning labels, signs, tags, and cards are available at no cost.

* Included in air seal repair kit 24W390

(purchase separately)

■ Included in WB hose mount kit 24W878

(purchase separately)

1

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

4

1

1

1

1

3

2

2

333012A 53

Parts

Smart ProXp Auto Waterborne Air Spray Gun Model

LA1M18, Waterborne, Rear Manifold

54 333012A

Parts

LA1M18, Waterborne, Rear Manifold

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description Qty

3

4

1

2

5

6

7

24N667 BODY, gun assy

See

Packing Rod Assembly , page 56

24N652 NEEDLE, electrode 1

24N616 NOZZLE, fluid; includes 4a and 4b 1

1

1

4a 24N645 O-RING, conductive

4b 111507 O-RING; fluoroelastomer

185111 SPRING, compression

197624 SPRING, compression

24N662 POWER SUPPLY, 60 kV, WB

7a 24N979 SPRING

8

10

24N644 See Turbine Assembly , page 57

8g ■ 110073 O-RING, packing

9 ■ 24N699 GASKET, barrel

24W867 BODY, assy, Auto XP, WB, Smart,

Rear

11 24W396 PISTON, assy, actuation, auto

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

11a

11b

11c

17B704 O-RING, packing

111504 O-RING, packing

112319 O-RING, packing

11d 111508 O-RING, packing

12 112640 SPRING, compression

13 24W397 CAP, piston, actuation

1

1

2

2

14

15

513505 WASHER, plain #10 SST

24W398 ARM, fluid actuator, XP

16 100166 NUT, full hex

18 ■ 111450 PACKING, O-RING

19 24N740 SCREW, ES gun (includes 2)

20 24W392 MANIFOLD, rear inlet, Auto XP

1

1

2

1

1

1

5

4

1

29

30

31*

32*

34*

21

23

24W399 SCREW, modified, 1/4-20, XP

Auto

24W411 FITTING, Adapter, M12 TO 1/4,

LH, XP

2

1

24 24J234 RING, retainer, assy; includes 24a 1

24a ■ 198307 PACKING, u-cup; UHMWPE 1

25 24N477 AIR CAP, machining, black 1

26 24W389 COVER, shroud, Auto XP WB 1

27

28

114263 FITTING, connector, male

115950 FITTING, connector, 1/4npt (M),

5/16T

110465 SCREW, set

1

3

245265 CIRCUIT, flexible

BRACKET, strain relief, WB tube

CLAMP, strain relief, SM WB

SCREW, SHDC, SS, .250x.50

2

2

1

1

3

333012A

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description Qty

35*

36

37

38

FASTENER, retainer

117560 SCREW, set. socket head

070303 GREASE, lubricant

070311 SEALANT, anaerobic

39 070321 GREASE, lubricant

40 116553 GREASE, dielectric; 1 oz (30 ml) tube (not shown)

41 ▲ 16P802 SIGN, warning

43 ▲ 179791 TAG, warning

44

45

276741 MULTI-TOOL (shipped loose)

107460 TOOL, wrench, ball end

600

24W599 See Shielded Waterborne Fluid

Hose , page 64

600a 24W599 See Shielded Waterborne Fluid

Hose , page 64

▲ Replacement Warning labels, signs, tags, and cards are available at no cost.

* Included in WB Hose Mount Kit 24W878 (purchase separately)

Included in air seal repair kit 24W390 (purchase separately)

1

1

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

55

Parts

Packing Rod Assembly

Part No. 24N655 Packing Rod Assembly

Includes items 2a-2k

2k

2j

2e

2f

2b‡

2h‡

2c‡

2d‡

2g

2a‡

WLD

Ref. Part

No.

No.

Description

2a‡ 111316 O-RING

2b‡ 116905 SEAL

2c‡ 178409 PACKING, fluid

2d‡ 178763 PACKING, needle

2e 24N703 ROD, packing

(includes items 2j and 2k)

2f 197641 NUT, packing

2g 185495 HOUSING, packing

2h‡ 186069 SPACER, packing

Qty

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Ref. Part

No.

No.

Description

2j ◆ -------NUT, trigger adjustment (part of item

2e)

2k ◆ -------NUT, trigger adjustment (part of item

2e)

Qty

1

1

‡ These parts are included in Fluid Seal Repair Kit

24W391 (purchase separately).

◆ These parts are included in Trigger Adjustment

Nut Kit 24N700 (purchase separately).

Parts labeled ------ are not available separately

56 333012A

Parts

Turbine Assembly

Part No. 24N664 Turbine Assembly

8f

8e ◆

8g*

8d

8b1 ◆

8a

8b2

8h ◆

WLE

Ref.

No.

Part

No.

Description

8a 24N705 COIL, turbine

8b ◆ 24N706 BEARING KIT (includes two bearings, item 8e fan, and one item 8h clip)

8d ◆ 24N707 HOUSING; includes item 8f

8e ◆ -----FAN; part of item 8b

8f -----CAP, housing; part of item 8d

Qty

1

1

1

1

1

Ref.

No.

Part

No.

Description Qty

8g* 110073 O-RING

8h ◆ 24N709 CLIP; package of 5 (one clip included with item 15b)

* These parts are included in Air Seal Repair Kit

24W390 (purchase separately).

◆ These parts are included in Bearing Kit 24N706

(purchase separately).

Parts labeled ------ are not available separately

1

1

333012A 57

Parts

Isolation Enclosure

Part No. 233825 Waterborne Isolation Enclosure, for use with shielded waterborne fluid hose

58 333012A

Parts

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description Qty

201 -----CABINET, enclosure; includes 201a

201a 15A947 DOOR, cabinet

1

1

202 116993 CASTER, brake

203 15A660 PLATE

204 15A551 T-HANDLE, latch

205 15A545 STEM, handle, door

206 15A524 HOUSING, latch

207 113061 SWITCH, push, air

4

1

1

1

1

1

208 -----TUBE; 1/2 in. (13 mm) OD; polyethylene A/R

209 233501 PUMP, diaphragm; sst; see 309303 1

210 -----SCREW, hex hd cap; 5/16–18 x 5.5 in.

(140 mm)

211 ------

212 ------

WASHER, plain; 0.344 in. ID

NUT, lock; 5/16–18

213 241005 COVER, pail

214 104029 LUG, ground

215 116989 VALVE, air

216 111804 REGULATOR, air

217 113060 GAUGE, air; 1/8 npt

218 116473 BALL VALVE; 1/4 npt (f)

221 185547 FERRULE, housing; for 24N580,

24P629, and 233825

15B932 FERRULE, housing; for 24P630,

24P631, and 246511

222 198663 FERRULE; for 24N580, 24P629, and

233825

2

2

1

1

1

1

190863 FERRULE; for 24P630, 24P631, and

246511

223 101390 WASHER, lock, internal tooth

224 154636 WASHER, plain; 0.625 in. ID

225 185548 NUT

226 190410 RESISTOR, bleed

227 116988 CYLINDER ROD

228 15A518 HOUSING, cylinder rod

1

1

1

1

1

229 104267 REGULATOR, air

230 -----BUSHING; plastic; 3/4 x 1/2 npt

1

1

231 114456 ELBOW, tube; 3/8 npt x 3/8 in. (10 mm)

OD tube

1

232 116315 ELBOW, tube; 3/8 npt x 1/2 in. (13 mm)

OD tube

235 ▲ 15A682 LABEL, warning

1

1

236 116316 FITTING, tube; 1/2 npt x 1/2 in. (13 mm) 1

OD tube

237 218798 STRAINER, 16 mesh; sst

238 114958 STRAP, tie

1

3

239 222011 GROUND WIRE; 25 ft (7.6 m) 1

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description Qty

240 234018 STRIP, grounding; aluminum

241 110209 NUT, regulator

242 114051 WASHER, shim, ;atch

1

11

1

243 210084 ROD, ground

244 -----SCREW, hex hd; 1/4–20 x 5/8 in. (16 mm)

245 -----WASHER, plain; 1/4 in. (6 mm)

246 -----NUT, hex; 1/4–20

247 107257 SCREW, thread-forming

248 -----TUBE; 1/4 in. (6 mm) OD; nylon

249 160430 GAUGE, air

1

16

16

16

1

A/R

1

251

252

253

------

------

------

WIRE, 10 gauge; green with yellow stripe 1

CONNECTOR, swivel tee; 1/8 npt x 5/32 1 in. (4 mm) tube

NUT, hex; 10–32

256 162449 NIPPLE, reducing; 1/2 npt x 1/4 npt

1

257 101874 TERMINAL, ring

258 116990 BOX, control

2

5

1

259 113983 RING, retaining; 1/2 in. (13 mm)

260 237933 METER, 0–90 kV

261 113336 ADAPTER; 1/4 npt

262 -----SCREW, pan hd; 10–32 x 5/8 in. (16 mm)

263 ------

264 ------

1

4

SCREW, pan hd; 10–32 x 1/4 in. (6 mm) 1

HOLDER, tie 3

1

1

265

266

------

------

267 ------

SCREW, button hd; 10–24 x 1.5 in. (38 mm)

SCREW, button hd; 10–32 x 1.0 in. (25 mm)

NUT, hex; M5 x 0.8

2

2

2

268 -----WASHER, lock; no. 10

270 116991 TEE, run, manifold

9

1

271 203953 SCREW, hex hd cap with patch; 10–24 x 1

3/8 in. (10 mm)

272 -----WIRE, 14 gauge; red A/R

273 -----WIRE, ground, 14 gauge; green with yellow stripe

A/R

274 155541 UNION, swivel; 1/4 npt 1

275 114261 TERMINAL, ring; no. 10

276 15A780 PLUG, hex hd

278 117314 BULKHEAD CONNECTOR; 1/4 npt

279 113319 CONNECTOR, tube; 1/4 npt x 3/8 in. (10 2 mm) OD tube

280 ------

281 ------

ELBOW, tube

FITTING, tube; 1/8 npt x 5/32 in. (4 mm)

OD tube

1

1

1

1

1

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Parts

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description Qty

282

283

------

------

SWIVEL, tube; 1/4 npt x 1/4 in. (6 mm)

OD tube

4

SWIVEL, tube; 1/8 npt x 5/32 in. (4 mm)

OD tube

2

285 112791 CLAMP

286 -----TUBE; 3/8 in. (10 mm) OD

300 ★ 235070 HOSE, air, grounded; 0.315 in. (8 mm)

ID; 1/4 npsm(f) x 1/4 npsm(f) left-hand thread; red cover with stainless steel braid ground path; 25 ft (7.6 m) long

301 ★ LA1M18 GUN, see

Smart ProXp Auto Waterborne Air Spray Gun Model , page 54

1

A/R

1

Replacement Danger and Warning labels, tags, and cards are available at no cost.

The air hose (300) and gun (301) are not included with

233825 Isolation Enclosure. They are shown for illustrative purposes only. The pail is shown for illustrative purposes but is not included.

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Tubing and Wiring

Tubing and Wiring

Detail Views of Control Box

C9

A1 A2

C1

B3

C3, C4, C5

B4

C2, C9

C1

C6

B2 E1

C3

Detail View of Door Interlock Switch

C2

B3

C8

A1

C6

C7

C8

B5

B2

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Tubing and Wiring

Tubing and Wiring Chart

Use the diagrams to find the connection points for the tubing and wiring listed below

Code

Ref. Length in.

No.

(mm)

Description

A1 248 1/4 OD tube, regulator (216) to pump

A2

B2

B3

B4

B5

C1

C2

248

249

249

249

249

272

251

20

(508)

9

(229)

17

(432)

20

(508)

5

(127)

22

(559)

9

(229)

8

(204)

1/4 OD tube, regulator (216) to manifold

5/32 OD tube, manifold air to door interlock switch

5/32 OD tube, valve tee to cylinder

5/32 OD tube, regulator (216) to gauge (217)

5/32 OD tube, valve tee to door interlock switch red 14 gauge wire from top of bleed resistor to meter green/yellow 14 gauge wire from internal box ground lug to cylinder cap

Code

Ref. Length in.

No.

(mm)

Description

C2 273

C4 239

C5 243

C6 226

C7 272

C8 272

C9 251

E1 286

34

(864) n/a n/a n/a

16

(407)

12

(305) n/a

4

(102) green/yellow 10 gauge wire from external ground lug to cart green/yellow 25 ft (7.6 m) ground wire with clamp, from external ground lug to true earth ground green/yellow 10 gauge wire from external ground lug to ground probe red wire from bleed resistor to pump red 14 gauge wire from pump to pail cover with clamp red 14 gauge wire from pump (209) to ground on cylinder bracket green/yellow 10 gauge wire from meter (+) to internal box ground lug

3/8 OD tube, bulkhead to manifold

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Agitator Kit 245895

To keep fluid mixed and prevent settling out. Includes items 401-408.

406

401

407

402

2

1

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description Qty

401 112698 ELBOW, swivel; 1/8 npt(m) x 1/4 in. (6 mm) OD tube

402 114158 FITTING, adapter, Y; 1/4 in. (6 mm) OD tube; mxfxf

403 193315 COLLAR, mounting, agitator

1

1

1

1 404 193316 NUT, collar, agitator

405 197298 COVER, pail; 5 gal. (19 liter)

406 224571 AGITATOR; see manual 306565

1

1

407 purchase locally

TUBE, nylon; 1/4 in. (6 mm) OD; 4 ft

(1.22 m)

1

408 110272 SCREW, set, socket hd; 1/4–20 x 1/4 in.

(6 mm)

1

403

408

406

404

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Tubing and Wiring

Fluid Regulator Kit 245944

To allow precise fluid pressure regulation at the gun.

Includes items 501-507.

Shielded Waterborne Fluid Hose

A1

506

507

501

504

502

503

505

S

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description Qty

501 110078 FITTING, tube, fluid; 1/4 npt(m) x 3/8 in.

(10 mm) tube

1

502 113070 NIPPLE, reducer; 3/8 npt x 1/4 npt 1

503 113576 PLUG; 1/4 npt 1

504 236281 REGULATOR, fluid; see manual 308325 1

505 C20350 ELBOW, 90°; 1/4 npt(f) x 1/4 in. (6 mm)

OD tube

1

506 114158 FITTING, adapter, Y; 1/4 in. (6 mm) OD tube; mxfxf

1

507 purchase locally

TUBE, nylon; 1/4 in. (6 mm) OD; 4 ft

(1.22 m)

1

Ref.

No.

Part No. Description

600 24W597 HOSE, 25 ft (7.6m)

24W598 HOSE, 50 ft (15.2 m)

600a 16N953 FITTING, connector, barrel, WB

Qty

1

1

1

64 333012A

Accessories

Accessories

\

Air Line Accessories

Grounded Air Hose with stainless steel braid ground path (Red)

100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure

0.315 in. (8 mm) ID; 1/4 npsm(f) x 1/4 npsm(f) left-hand thread

Part No.

Description

235068 6ft(1.8m)

235069

235070

235071

235072

235073

235074

15 ft (4.6 m)

25 ft (7.6 m)

36 ft (11 m)

50 ft (15 m)

75 ft (23 m)

100 ft (30.5 m)

Bleed-Type Master Air Valve

300 psi (21 bar, 2.1 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure

Relieves air trapped in the air line between this valve and the pump air motor when closed.

Part No.

Description

107141 3/4 npt

Air Line Shutoff Valve

150 psi (10 bar, 1.0 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure

For turning aur to gun on or off.

Part No.

Description

224754 1/4 npsm(m) x 1/4 npsm(f) left-hand thread.

Fluid Line Accessories

Shielded Waterborne Fluid Hose

Part No.

Description

24W597 25 ft (7.6 m)

24W598 50 ft (15.2 m)

System Accessories

Part No. Description

222011 Ground wire for grounding pump and other components and equipment in the spray area. 12 gauge, 25 ft (7.6 m).

186118 English Warning Sign. Available at no charge from Graco.

Test Equipment

Part No. Description

241079 Megohmmeter. 500 V output, 0.01–2000 megohms. Use for ground continuity and gun resistance tests.Not for use in hazardous areas.

722886 Paint Resistance Meter. Use for fluid resistivity test. See manual 307263. Not for use in hazardous areas.

722860 Paint Probe. Use for fluid resistivity test. See manual 307263. Not for use in hazardous areas.

245277 Test Fixture, High Voltage Probe, and kV Meter.

Use to test the electrostatic voltage of the gun, and the condition of the turbine and power supply when being serviced. See manual 309455.

Also requires 24R038 Conversion Kit.

24R038 Voltage Tester Conversion Kit. Converts the

245277 Test Fixture for use with the Pro Xp Gun turbine. See manual 406999.

Fiber Optic Cables

See item V in F IGURE 12 on page 18. Connect gun man-

ifold to Pro Xp Auto Control Module on bulkhead connector. See 332989.

Part No. Description

24X003 25 ft (7.6 m)

Manifold Type

24W392 Rear

24X004 50 ft (15 m) 24W392 Rear

24X005 100 ft (30.5 m) 24W392 Rear

Fiber Optic Cable Repair Kit

24W875 Parts necessary to replace damaged ends on one cable assembly

Gun Accessories

105749 Cleaning Brush

111265 Non-silicone Lubricant, 4 oz (113 g).

116553 Dielectric Grease. 1 oz (30 ml)

24N318 Round Spray Kit. To convert a standard air spray gun to a round spray air cap. See manual

3A2498.

24V929 Gun Covers

24W390 Air Seal Repair Kit

24W391 Fluid Seal Repair Kit

24N706 Turbine Bearing Repair Kit

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Dimensions

Dimensions

Rear Inlet Manifold

10.99 in (279.15 mm)

10.44 in (265.18 mm)

2.6 in (66 mm)

2.48 in (62.99 mm )

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Technical Data

Technical Data

Pro Xp Auto Waterborne Air Spray Gun

Maximum fluid working pressure

Maximum working air pressure

Maximum air pressure at gun inlet

Maximum fluid operating temperature

Paint resistivity range

Short circuit current output

Gun Weight

Gun Length

Voltage Output

Standard Models

Smart Models

Noise (dBa)

Sound Power (measured per ISO Standard

9216)

Sound Pressure (measured 1 m from gun)

US

100 psi

100 psi

40 psi

120°F

2.79 lb

10.75 in.

at 40 psi: 90.4 dB(A) at 100 psi: 105.4 dB(A) at 40 psi: 87 dB(A) at 100 psi: 99 dB(A)

Metric

0.7 MPa, 7 bar

0.7 MPa, 7 bar

0.28 MPa, 2.8 bar

48°C

3 megohm/cm to infinity

125 microamperes

1.27 kg

27.3 cm

60 kV

30-60 kV at 0.28 MPa, 2.8 bar: 90.4 dB(A) at 0.7 MPa, 7 bar: 105.4 dB(A) at 0.28 MPa, 2.8 bar: 87 dB(A) at 0.7 MPa, 7 bar: 99 dB(A)

Inlet/Outlet Sizes

Turbine air inlet fitting, left-hand thread

Atomizing air inlet fitting

Fan air inlet fitting

Cylinder air inlet fitting

Fluid inlet fitting

Materials of Construction

Wetted Parts

1/4 npsm(m)

5/16 in. OD nylon tube

5/16 in. OD nylon tube

5/32 in. OD nylon tube

1/4-18 npsm(m)

Stainless Steel; Nylon, Acetal, Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene, Fluoroelastomer, PEEK, Tungsten Carbide, Polyethylene

Notes

Loctite

®

is a registered trademark of the Loctite Corporation.

333012A 67

Graco Standard Warranty

Graco warrants all equipment referenced in this document which is manufactured by Graco and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale to the original purchaser for use. With the exception of any special, extended, or limited warranty published by Graco, Graco will, for a period of twelve months from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment determined by

Graco to be defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations.

This warranty does not cover, and Graco shall not be liable for general wear and tear, or any malfunction, damage or wear caused by faulty installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, or substitution of non-Graco component parts. Nor shall Graco be liable for malfunction, damage or wear caused by the incompatibility of Graco equipment with structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco, or the improper design, manufacture, installation, operation or maintenance of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco.

This warranty is conditioned upon the prepaid return of the equipment claimed to be defective to an authorized Graco distributor for verification of the claimed defect. If the claimed defect is verified, Graco will repair or replace free of charge any defective parts. The equipment will be returned to the original purchaser transportation prepaid. If inspection of the equipment does not disclose any defect in material or workmanship, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge, which charges may include the costs of parts, labor, and transportation.

THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT

LIMITED TO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE .

Graco’s sole obligation and buyer’s sole remedy for any breach of warranty shall be as set forth above. The buyer agrees that no other remedy

(including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales, injury to person or property, or any other incidental or consequential loss) shall be available. Any action for breach of warranty must be brought within two (2) years of the date of sale.

GRACO MAKES NO WARRANTY, AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A

PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IN CONNECTION WITH ACCESSORIES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS OR COMPONENTS SOLD BUT NOT

MANUFACTURED BY GRACO . These items sold, but not manufactured by Graco (such as electric motors, switches, hose, etc.), are subject to the warranty, if any, of their manufacturer. Graco will provide purchaser with reasonable assistance in making any claim for breach of these warranties.

In no event will Graco be liable for indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages resulting from Graco supplying equipment hereunder, or the furnishing, performance, or use of any products or other goods sold hereto, whether due to a breach of contract, breach of warranty, the negligence of Graco, or otherwise.

FOR GRACO CANADA CUSTOMERS

The Parties acknowledge that they have required that the present document, as well as all documents, notices and legal proceedings entered into, given or instituted pursuant hereto or relating directly or indirectly hereto, be drawn up in English. Les parties reconnaissent avoir convenu que la rédaction du présente document sera en Anglais, ainsi que tous documents, avis et procédures judiciaires exécutés, donnés ou intentés, à la suite de ou en rapport, directement ou indirectement, avec les procédures concernées.

Graco Information

For the latest information about Graco products, visit www.graco.com

.

For patent information, see www.graco.com/patents .

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

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

All written and visual data contained in this document reflects the latest product information available at the time of publication.

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

Original instructions.

This manual contains English. MM 333012

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International Offices: Belgium, China, Japan, Korea

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Copyright 2014, Graco Inc. All Graco manufacturing locations are registered to ISO 9001.

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November 2014

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