Graco 306560F 2:1 Standard Circulating Supply Pump Owner's Manual | Manualzz
INSTRUCTIONS-PARTS LIST
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This manual containsIMPORTANT
WARNINGS and INSTRUCTIONS
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2 1 RATIO STANDARDPUMP. 65 GALLON 1 2 0 0 liter) SIZE
360psi 125 bar1 MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE
Model 225416
UL Listed
US. Patent No. 2.846.123
INDEX
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..................................... Back Cover
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Warnings
Typical Installation
Installation
Operation 4
Maintenance 4
Troubleshooting Chart 5
Parts Drawings & Lists
Model 218-767
Model 218-747
Model 218-788
Model 218-795
How to Order Replacement Parts
Accessories
Dimensions b Mounting Hole Layout
Technical Date
Warrsnty...
WARNING
Never use 1.1.1-trichloroethane, methylene chloride, other halogenatedhydrocarbon solventsor fluids containing
such solvents in this equipment. Such use could result in a serious chemical reaction, with the possibilii of explosion, which could cause death, serious bodily injury andlor substantial propertydamage.
Consult yourfluid suppliers to ensure that the fluids being used am compatible with aluminum and zinc parts.
GRACO INC. P.O. Box 1441 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440-1444
FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY. OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS.
Read and understand all instruction manuals before operating equipment.
EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD
General Safety
Any misuse of the spray equipment or accessories. such as
overpressurizing. modifying parts, using incompatible
chemicals and fluids, or using worn or damaged parts, can
cause them to rupture and resultin serious bodily injury such
as splashing fluid in the eyes. fire, explosion or propew
damage.
NEVER alter or modify any part of this equipment; doing so
could cause it to malfunction.
CHECK all spray equipment regularly and repairor replace
worn or damaged parts immediately.
Read and follow the fluid
and solvent manufacturer's literature
regarding the use of protective clothing and equipment.
System Pressure
This pump can develop 360 psi 125 bad MAXIMUMWORKING PRESSURE. at 180 psi I12 bar) MAXIMUM INCOMING
AIR PRESSURE. Be sure that all spray equipment and accessories are rated to withstand the maximum working
pressure ofthis sprayer. DO NOT exceed
the maximum working pressure of any component or accessory used in the
system.
Fluid Competibility
BE SUREthat ellfluids and solvents used ere chemically compatible with the wettedparts shown in the Technical Dataon
the back cover. Always readthe fluid and solvent manufacturer's literature before'using them in this sprayer.
Pressure Relief Procedure
To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury, including splashing
in the eyes, or injury from moving parts, always follow this
procedure wheneveryou shut off the pump, when checkingor
servicing anypart of the spray system, when installing, cleaning orchanging fluid tips, and whenever you stop spraying.
1. Shut off the air to the pump.
2. Close the bleed-type mester air valve (requiredin your
system).
3. Close the pump restrictor velve.
4. Shut off the air to theagitator.
5. Hold a metal part of the gun firmly
to theside of a grounded metal pail, and triggerthe gunto relieve pressure.
6. Open the drain valve (required in your system). having a
container readyto catch thedrainage.
7. Leave the drain valve open until you are ready to spray
again.
If you suspect that thefluid tip or hose is completely clogged,
or that pressure hasnot been fully relieved afrerfollowing the
steps above, VERY SLOWLY loosen the hose end coupling
and relieve pressure gradually, then loosen completely.
Now
clear the tip or hose.
Static electricity iscreated by the high velocityflow of fluid
through the pump and hose. When the static electricity iS
discharged, sparking occurs. Sparks can ignite fumesfrom
solvems, the fluid being sprayed, dust particles, and other
flammeble substances, resulting in fire or explosion and
serious bodily injury.
In low flowairspray systems. static sparking
is generally not a
problem: however, some simple precautions should be taken
to reduce the risk. Check your local codefor detailed grounding instructions for your area and type of equipment, end
ground all of this equipment:
1.
Pump: use ground wire and clampas instructed to the
right.
2. Air Compressor: according to manufacturer's recommendations.
3.
Object being sprayed, if it is conductive; according to
local code.
4.
A// solvent pails used when flushing, according to local
codes. Use only metal pails, which are conductive. Donot
place the pail on a non-conductive surface, such
as paper
or cardboard, which interrupts the grounding continuity.
5.
To maintain grounding continuitywhen flushing or relievingpressure, always hold a metal partof the gunfirmly to
the side of a grounded metalpail, then trigger the gun.
To ground the pump, loosen the grounding lug locknut IW)
a ga (1.5 mm') minimum
and washer(X). Insert one end of 12
ground wire IY) intothe slot in the lug 12) and tighten the
locknut securely. See Fig 1. Connact the other end ofthe wire
to a true earth ground. Refer to page 8 to order aground wire
and clamp.
Flushing Sa fe ty
To reducethe risk of injury from splashing or static sparking,
always hold a metal partof the spray gun firmlyto the side of a
grounded metal pail, and use the lowest possible fluid
pressure when flushing.
MOVING PARTS HAZARD IMPORTANT
Moving parts can pinch or amputate your fingers or other
body parts. KEEP CLEAR of moving parts when startingor
operating the pump. Follow the Pressure ReliefProcedure
above to prevent the pump fromstarting accidentally.
.
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United States Government safety standards have been
adopted underthe Occupational Safety and Health Act. These
standards-particularly the General Standards, Part1910, and
the Construction Standards, Part 1926-shouldbe consulted.
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TYPICAL INSTALLATION
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SPRAYBOOTH
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A Bleed-type Master Air Valve
C Air FiiterlRegulator
D Air Smav Gun
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E Fluid Fiiter
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F Shutoff Valve
FIREPROOF
MIXING ROOM
M Air Hose to Elevator
N Gun Air Hose
0 Fluid Prsuun Regulator
H Y-RBRrictor Valve
J Ground wire
K Elmtor
L Elevator Rastrictor Valve
21 Air Regulator
24 Back Prsuure Valve
n Aahator
114 Cover Adjuating Screw
P Gun Fluid Hose
1 Air Hose
2 Fluid Hose
INSTALLATION
NOTE:
Within easy reach of the pump, install a bleed-type
master air valve(A). Also, install an air filterlregulator
(C) to remove harmful dirt and moisturefrom your compressed air supply.
Reference numbers and letters in parentheses in the text refer to the callouts in the
figure illustrations and the parts drawing.
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See page 8 b 9 for accessories that are
available from Graco.
.
lnstsil an airfilterlregulator (C) on the air line to each air
spray gun (Dl.
The Typical Installation shown above
is only 8 guide
for selecting system components for a two pump per On
the fluid line, install a fluid filter (E) with shutoff
valves (F) to isolate it for cleaning. Where the supply
color system. Contact your Graco representative for
and return linea meet, install afluid pressure regulator
assistance in designing a systemto suit your particular
needs.
(GI. In a two-pump system, install y-restrictorvalves (HI
et the beginning and end ofthe supply andreturn lines.
Mount the pump to suit the type
Of installation planned.
Be sure the pump is 1/2 in. (13 mm) off the bottom of
This installation shows the plumbing
for an elevator on
each pump.
the drum or mil. The Dump dimensions areshown on
page 10.
Be aure all accessories are properly sizedto.meet your
WARNING
system requirements.
A bleed-type master air valve (A) is required in
Grounding
your system to help reduce the risk of serious
Proper grounding is essential to maintaining a safe
bodily injury includingsplashing in the eyes, and
system. Read FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD on
injury from moving parts if you are adjusting or
page 2, then ground the pumpand system as explained
repairing the pump.
In that section.
The bleed-type masterair valve relieves airtrapped between this valve andthe pump after the air
is shutoff. Trapped air can causethe pumpto cycle unexpectedly. Locate the valve closeto the
pump.
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OPERATION
MAINTENANCE
The pump was tested in oil, and someoil waa left in the
pump to protect it from corrosion. If the oil will contaminate the fluid you are pumping, flush it out with a
compatible solvent.
Shutdown andCare of the Pump
Always stop the pumpat the bottom of its stroke to prevent fluid from drying on the rod and damaging the
throat packings.
Be sure the pump air regulator (21) and agitator air control valve (78) are closed. Turn on the main air supply
and close the bleed-type master air valve(A). Slowly
open the agitator valve (78). U s e the lowest speed
necessary to thoroughly agitate the paint,
without foaming it. Foaming wastespaint and may causepoor pump
performance. Lower the agitator speed so it's just
enough to keep the paintpanicles suspended while circulating the paint.
Slowly openthe pump air regulator (21) until the pump
is running at about 50 strokes per minute. Turn the
restrictor valve (32)clockwise until the fluid pressure at
fluid pressure needed
the pumpis about three times the
a t the last outlet of the circulatingsystem. For example,
if 12 psi (0.8 bar) isneeded at the last spray gun, adjust
the outlet pressure to 36 psi (2.4 bar). Adjust the pump
air regulator while adjusting thefluid pressure to maintain a constant 50 strokes Der minute. When thefluid
pressure adjustment is complete, tighten the restrictor
valve locknut ( 3 2 4 .
WARNING
In a circulating system. the pump runs continuously
and
slows down or speeds up as supply demands, until the
air supply is shutoff.
In a direct supply system, with adequate air pressure
supplied to the motor, the pump starts when the gun is
opened, and stalls against pressure whenit is closed.
If the pump accelerates quickly or is running too fast,
stop it immediately. Check the fluid supply andrefill it if
necessary. Prime the pump to remove all air from the
system, or flush thepump, relieve pressure. See Corrod o n Protection. to the right.
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If you are pumping fluid which dries, hardens or sets up,
flush the system with a compatible solventas often as
necessary to prevent a build up of dried fluid in the
pump or hoses.
flushing
To reduce the risk of injury from splashing or static
sparking, always hold a metal part of the spray
gun firmly to the side of a grounded metal pail, and use the
lowest possible fluid pressure when flushing.
Corroalon Protectlon
1
To reduce the risk of overpressurizing your
system, which could result in component rupture
and cause seriousbodily injury,NEVER exceed 180
to
psi (12.4 bar) Maximum Incoming Air Pressure
the pump.
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page 5 whenever you stop sprayingand before
checking or repairing anypart of the system, to
reduce the risk of serious bodily injury.
CAUTION
Water, or even moist air, can cause yourpump to
corrode. To help prevent corrosion,NEVER leave
the pump filled with water or air. After normal
flushing, flush the pump again with mineral spirits
or oil-based solvent, relieve pressure, and leave the
mineral spirits in the pump. Be sure to follow all
steps of the Pressure Relief Procedure on
page 5.
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SERVICE
WARNING
Pressure Relief Procedure
To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury, ineluding splashing in the eyes, or injury from moving parts, always follow this procedure whenever
you shutoff the pump, when checking or servicing
any part of the spray system, when installing,
cleaning or changing fluid tips, and whenever you
stop spraying.
1. Shut off the air to the pump.
2. Close thebleed-type master air valve (required
in your system).
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3. Close the pump restrictor valve.
4. Shut off the air to the agitator.
5. Hold a metal part of the gun firmly
to the side of
a mounded metal .pail.. and trimer the aun to
"
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r e k e pressure.
6. Open the drain valve (reauired in your svstem).
having a container ready'to catch'the diainage:
7. Leave the drain valve openuntil you are ready
t o spray again.
If you suspect that the fluid tip or hose is cornnot been fully
pletely clogged, or thatpressure has
relieved after following the stepsabove, VERY
SLOWLY loosen the hose end coupling and relieve
pressure gradually, then loosen completely.
Now
clear the tipor hose.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
CAUSE
RasVicted lines or inadequate air supply
SOLUTION
Insufficient air pressure-closed or
clogged air valves, etc.
Open; clean
Exhausted fluid supply
Refill 8 reprime or flush
Clogged fluid line, valves, gun, etc.
Clear".
Loose packing nut or worn packings
Tighten; replace.
Pump operates, but output lowon
down stroke
Held open orworn fluid intake valve
Clear; service.
Pump operates, but outputlow on
up stroke
Held open orworn fluid piston
Clear; service.
Erratic pump operation
Exhausted fluid supply
Refill Et repilme or flush.
Held open or worn fluidintake valve
Clear; service.
Held open or worn fluid piston or
packing
Clear; service.
Restricted lines or inadequateair
supply
Clear lines; increase air supply.
Incorrect restrictor valve setting
Adjust; see operation.
Insufficient air pressure-closed or
clogged air valves, etc.
Open; clean.
Exhausted fluid supply
Refill & reprime or flush.
Damaged air motor
Service.
Worn or clogged fluid intake valve,
piston or packings
Clear; service.
PROBLEM
Pump operates, but output lowon
both strokes
Pump fails to operate
Leakage around restrictor valve
ollow the PressureRelief Procel re Warning above. Disconnect thefit
Jrned on, theline, etc. is clogged.
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Clear lines; increase air supply
line. If the pump starts when t h e air
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Before you sraft:
A. Have all the necessary repair parts on hand. Recommended spareparts are shown in the parts list,for
example, as (83").
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8 . A displacement pump packing repair kit,
No.
207-848is available. For the best results,use all the
new parts in the kit. Parts included in the kit are
shown, for example, as (5*).
C. Use a compatible solvent to clean parts. Inspect
parts for wear or damage and replace as needed.
Scoring or irregular surfaces on the displacement
rod (17) or polished inner wall of the cylinder (16)
cause premature packingwear and leaking. Check
these parts by rubbinga finger on the surface and
by holding the parts
up to a light at a slight angle.
D. To remove the pumpfrom the drum cover, remove
the two nuts (126)and washers (122) holding pump
to the cover, and remove the pump.
WARNING
Before servicing anypart of the system, follow the
Pressure Relief Procedure Warningon page 5.
Fig 2
Air Motor Repair (See Fig 2)
NOTE: An optional severe duty air valve andpiston
is available. See ACCESSORIES.
1. Remove the capscrew (62)and hood (74).Unscrew
the air cylinder(49)from the base (48).
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"
2. Hold the flats of the air piston rod ( 2 3 ) with a
wrench and unscrew the piston and valve assembly.
3. Disassemble the airpiston as shown. Clean all parts
and inspect for wear and damage.If any valve plate
spacers (35)are damaged, replace all three in order
to maintain the correct clearance between the valve
plates andseals.
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4. Appy locking compoundto the screw (34)threads.
Assemble the partsas shown and torque the screws
to 13-17 in-lb (1.5-1.9Nm). Apply locking compound to the piston rod (23) threads and carefully
place the air piston assembly on it. Use two
wrenches to tighten the assembly as shown.
Displacement PumpRepair
Intake Valve (See Fig 3)
1. Unscrew the intake valve housing (15)and remove
all parts.
2. Clean and inspect theparts.
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3. To reseat the ball(6*)*
hold it against the seat in the
housing (15)with a brass rod and tapit with a light
*lo
4. Install the ball
stop (14).Apply thread sealantto the
14
*ll
hammer.
housing and screwit into the cylinder.
Piston (See Fig 3)
1. Remove the intake valve assembly. Then unscrew
the cylinder (16)from the outlet housing(19)and
pull the cylinder down to expose the piston.
2. Unscrew thepiston stud (13)and remove'all Darts.
3. Clean and inspect the parts. spacer
Fig 3
5. Place a washer (ll*), leather u-cup packing (7.1,
(10).leather u-cup packing(7V, and washer
111") on the piston. Apply threadsealant to the
4. To seat the ball (5*),hold it against the seat of the
piston threads. Place the ball on the piston and
piston stud (13)with a brass rod and tap it with a screw the assembly
into the displacement rod. Torlight hammer. que
to 20-30ft-lb (2747Nm).
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Throat Packings (See Fig31
1. Remove the lower locknutand washer (68.59) from
the return tube(67). Unscrew the swivel(64)from
the supplytube (66). Remove the roll pin (60)and
cotter pin (61") from the connectingrod (71). Screw
the connecting rod
out of the displacementrod (17).
2.
Remove the intake valve assembly and unscrewthe
cylinder (16) from the outlet housing(19).
3. Unscrew the packingnut (12). Pull out the displace-
ment rod (17); if it is stuck, soak it in solvent until
loosened. Remove the packings.
4. Clean and inspect parts.Grease the parts, theninstall theO-ring (18.1. u-cup packing (9) so the lips of
the packing face into the housing, and the bearing
(8"). Loosely install the packing
nut (121. Grease the
rod well and slide it into the throat. Grease the piston and install the cylinder(16), screwing it tightly
into the outlet housing (19).
5. Align the displacement pump with the tubes end
secure the swivel(64)first. Screw the upper locknut
with lockwasher (59a). down to the outlet
housing. Install the lower lockwasher (59b) and
locknut (Mb) and tighten firmly. Install the cotter
pin (61') and roll pin (60)in the connecting rod;
(a),
Restrictor Va/ve (See Fig4)
1. Loosen the hex nut on the valve stem (32) and
remove the stem and O-ring(43)from thebase (48).
2.
Unscrew the swivel (140) from the pump return
port. Use a screwdriver to remove the valve seat
(51).
3. Clean and inspect parts. Reassemble.
FluidPressure Gauge (See Fig5)
1. To recalibrate the gauge(27). stop the pump. Open
the restrictor valve (32)to relieve fluid pressure.
Fig 5
2. Adjust the valve (32)so the gauge needlepoints to
the first dial graduationmark above the zero stop.
Turn the calibration screw(30)clockwise to increase
and counterclockwiseto decrease the setting. Do
not remove the calibration screw
from the housing.
Any loss of oil results in lower sensitivity.
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3. If the gauge needs frequent calibration or loses sensitivity, check the housing(241for oil leaks. Connections between the
gauge and housing must
be tight.
If oil leaks around the screw
(301, or the screw cannot be turned inward, disassemble end recharge,
4.
To recharge the gauge, remove the screws (41).
Clean and inspect thediaphragm (251. If cracks or
(24).
leaks are found, replace the entire assembly
5.
Remove the calibration screw(30)and inspect the
O-ring (28) for damage. Replace if necessary.
6. Remove the gauge (27) from the pulsation dampener
(261 carefully to avoid oil loss. Check the gauge with
air pressure, and replace if it is damaged.
7. Place the housing (24) so the diaphragm(251 is face
down on a flat surface. Fill the housingwith light
machine oil, such as SA€ 5W, through thecalibration screw opening. When nearly full, place
a finger
over the gauge opening and
fill the screw opening
to
overflowing. Install thescrew (30)and O-ring (28)
until flush, then turn in two full turns.
8. Place the housingin a vise with the gauge opening
up and fill with oil to overflowing. Using thread
sealer, tighten the gauge securelyinto the housing.
If the gauge is fully charged, it should read~20or
30 Ib. Calibrate es explained in Step 2, above.
Agitator Motor Service (See Fig6)
1. If the agitator motordoes not run smoothly, screw
with
the muffler (98)out of the motor. Fill the hole
kerosene and replacethe muffler.Soak for about 10
minutes, then run the agitator slowly until all
kerosene is blow out,
WARNING
To reducethe risk of serious bodily injury due to inhaling kerosene mist. keep your face clear
of the
exhaust while flushing.
2. Repeat flushing. If you still have a problem, contact
your Graco representative. Do not repair the motor
yourself.
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Model 226-815
2 1 Standard Supply Pump
55 gallon drum size
Includes items 1-140
3 ISEE PAQESFOR PARTS)
(SEE PAQE 10 FOR PARTS)
108 (SEE PAGE10 FOR PARTS)
Ref No. 22
Air Motor
Includes items 23-52
208848 Pump Repair Kit
(Must be purchased separately)
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Ref No. 7?
Agitator: 55 gal. 1 2 0 8 I)
Includes items 78-10?
85
Ref No. 84
Brace Assembly
Includes items 85-90
132
129,\
1
135
119
131
'137
10
306-560
Ref No. 108
Drum Cover
Includes items 109137
PARTS LIST
Model 225-816, Series B
Circulating Supply Pump
Includes items 1 - 1 4 0
REF PART
NO. NO.
1
2
DESCRIPTION
MOO33 HOSE, air; cpld 114 nptlm); 114" ID;
6 ft (1.8m l Ig
202-303 HOSE, paint; cpld 3/8x 112 npt(m);
l /Z"ID;6ftl 1 .8 m)Ig
3
204-456 2 1 STA' JARD PUMP
Series E Include:, items 4-76
203-387 .DISPLACEMENT PUMP ASSY
4
Series B Includes items 520
5
*100-084 ..BALL, steel; 1/2" dia.
6
'100-279
..BALL, steel; 7/8" dia.
7
Y56-811 ..CUP, leather
8 "181-255
..BEARING
9 "*10&285 ..PACKING
10
158-886 ..SPACER, cup leather; u-cup
11
158887 ..WASHER, back-up; UHMWPE
12 ''181-251
..NUT, packing
13
158891 ..STUD, piston
14
159-100 ..STOP. ball
15
159-101 ..HOUSING, intake valve
16
159-469 ..CYLINDER
17
159-470 ..ROD. disp
ment
18 YO7-078 ..O-RING, PTFE
19
181-254 ..OUTLET HOUSING
21 104-268
.AIR REGULATOR; see 307-204for
parts
22
204-464 .AIR MOTOR; Includes items23-52
23
219-091 ..TUBE, displacement
24 203-093
..FLUID REGULATOR and GAUGE
Includes items2530
25
202-789 HOUSING, fluid gauge ,
26
203-228 ...DAMPNER, pulsation
27 '101-180
GAUGE, fluid pressure
28 + l 5 4 " ...O-RING; nitrile rubber
29
157-127 ...GASKET, diaphragm
30
158293
SCREW, calibration
31 . 204-465 ..CAP, air motor
32 t204-496 ..VALVE, restrictor
33 tt205-101 ..AIR VALVE and PISTON ASSY
Includes items34-39
34
101-245 ...CAPSCREW, soc hd; no. € 4 2 ~ 1 "
35
* l 5 7 - W 4 ...SPACER, valve plate
36
'157-645
PISTON, air
37
162-728
PLATE, intake
38 t162-729 ...PLATE, exhaust
39 tl62-731 ...GASKET
40
101-389 ..SEAL, leather
41 101-174
..SCREW, fill head mach; no
...
...
...
...
...
532x 1"
42
43
"156698 ..O-RING, nitrile rubber
'157-250 ..O-RING; nitrile rubber
51
..SPRING, compression
..WASHER, valve
..GASKET, rubber
..BASE, air motor
..CYLINDER, air
..BEZEL, hood
V61-306 ..SEAT. restrictor valve
Y62-989 ..GASKET, rubber
100403 .PLUG. pipe: sq hd; 1/8npt
100-628 .NIPPLE, pipe; 1/4npt
100-721 .PLUG, slotted hd; 1/4npt
100-840 .ELBOW, street; 1/4npt
44
t157-630 ..SPRING, tapered Compression
45 t157-633
46
157-872
47 *158109
48
158879
49
158896
50
161-253
52
54
55
56
57
QTY
REF PART
NO. NO.
1
58
59
61
1
64
65
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
62
66
67
68
69
71
72
73
74
76
77
1
1
1
78
2
79
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
3
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
80
81
82
a
84
E5
88
87
69
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
1M
104
105
106
107
DESCRIPTION
QTY
100-361
101-390
V01-545
101-870
.PLUG, 3 / 8 hex socket; 1/2 npt
.LOCKWASHER, int shkprf; 3 / 8
.PIN, cotter; 1 / 8 dia; 1"
.SCREW, oval binding hd;
1/420x 3 / 8
155665 .UNION, str adapter; 3/8 nptlmxf)
156823 .UNION, str adapter; 1/4n ptlm x f)
swivel
158872 .TUBE, supply
158873 .TUBE, return
158874 .NUT, hex jam; 11/16-16
159-095 .LABEL, restrictor valve
181-256 .ROD, connecting
*160-015 .O-RING, nitrile rubber
161-252 .MANIFOLD, air
161-255 .HOOD, air motor
169417
.EMBLEM, Graco
204482 AGITATOR; 55 gal ( 2 0 8 I1 size
Includes items78107
202-233 .NEEDLE VALVE ASSY
Includes items79-83, 65-87, 91
101-326 ..SCREW, cup pt soc hd set, no.
10-24x3/16'
..BARREL
..HOUSING
159-449 ..NEEDLE
t159-589 ..O-RING; nitrile rubber
203-599 .AGITATOR BRACE ASSY
Includes items 8589
100-014 ..CAPSCREW, hex hd; 114-20x1 / 4 "
100-015 ..NUT, hex; 1/4-20
100-016 ..LOCKWASHER, spring; 114"
100-270 ..CAPSCREW, hex hd; 1/420x5/8"
159-&55 STRAP, brace
205577 .GUIDE, agitator, less bearing
100-053 .SCREW, cup pt soc hd;
5/1618X 1/4"
t100-579 .PIN, cotter; 118" dia; 1" Ig
100-633 .WRENCH, allen; for 5 / 1 6 screws
tlOl-118 .SCREW, CUP pt SOC hd set;
10-24x 114'
101-140 .MOTOR. air
101.368 .CLAMP, hose
101-389 .WRENCH, allen; for no 10 or 12
screws
156969 ..MUFFLER, air exhaust
158-865 .COUPLING, rubber sleeve
164724 HOSE, air; cpld 1/8 npt(m1 x
118 npth) swivel; 0.25" 16.4mm)
ID; 1 0 I 2 5 4 mm) Ig
159-094
.LABEL, air valve
159-704 .CUP, bearing protector
'158-854 .PROPELLOR, 3 blade
V59-856 .GUIDE, agitator
159-858 .COUPLING, steel
'160-077 .PIN, sheer
172311 .SHAFT
156930
159-448
(Pans list continued on page 12)
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PARTS LIST
SERVICE INFORMATION
REF PART
NO. NO.
DESCRIPTION
108
204-483 DRUM COVER ASSY.
109
202.299
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
202-251
101-005
167-032
157-169
203-299
120
121
122
124
100-179
100-189
100-214
100-258
203-601
100-063
100-079
100-086
100-177
125
100-268
126
127
1m
130
131
132
133
134
135
137
138
139
140
100-529
100-732
101:044
150-076
151-098
151-757
156236
156952
157-128
165188
155665
157-215
158256
QTY
Includes items 109-137
;SY
.BARREL SPIDER
.~
Includes items 110 !13
..SPIDER, bare
..RING, retaining
..ROLLER
..PIN, roller
.SCREW, cover adjusting
.COVER, bare
.PIN, cotter; 1 / 1 6 dia; 112" Ig
.WASHER, spring no. 8 size
.WASHER, wrought; 3 / 1 6
SCREW, hex hd self tap; no.
10 x3/8"
.NUT, hex; no. 10-24
.PIN, cotter; 3/16' dia; 1.5' Ig
.LOCKWASHER, spring; 5/16"
SCREW, fill head msch; no.
E32 x 3/8"
. .
.SCREW, rd hd mach; no.
10-24 x3/8"
.NUT, hex 5/16-18
.LOCKWASHER, ext. shkprf; no. 10
.WASHER; 112"
.SPRING, compression
.WASHER
BALL, trim
.PIN; 3 / 1 6 dia; 112" Ig
.PLATE, inspection
.HANDLE
.DECAL, "Graco"
UNION, str adapter; 3/8 n p t h x f )
WRENCH, special
UNION, str adapter; 3/8(f) x112Im)
*Included in Air
207-848.
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Motor/lntake Valve/Piston Repair Kit
'*Included in Throat Packing Repair Kit
130.
tRecommended "'tool box" spare parts. Keep on hand to
reduce down time.
ttOptional Severe DuIy Air Valve and Piston is available. See
ACCESSORIES.
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS
1. To be sure you receive the correct replacement parts,
kit or accessories, always give allof the information
requested in the chart below.
2. Check the partslist to identify the correct
part number;
do not use the ref. no. when ordering.
3. Order all parts from your nearest Graco distributor.
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6 digit
PART
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PART DESCRIPTION
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Listed below b y the assembly changed areOLD, NEW,
ADDED andDELETED parts.
ASSEMBLY PART
CHANGED STATUS
REF PART
NO. NO.
N AME
204-456
OLD
203-750 'Regulator
2 1 Pump NEW 21 104-266
Regulator
to Series E DELETED
53 100-055 Screw
DELETED
54 100-4w Pluo
OLD 1oo-606 Nip&
NEW
55 100-628 Nipple
OLD 101-052
Plug
NEW
58 lM
." .3
".61 .PI,,"
.-~
DELETED
101-391 Pin
ADDED 11) 61 101-545 Pin
63 150-707 Plate
DELETED
DELETED
70 159096 Label
71 159-468 Rod
DELETED
ADDED
71 181-256 Rod
60
203-367
DELETED
Disp. Pump DELETED
to Serles B ADDED
ADDED
DELETED
ADDED
.
DELETED
DELETED
ADDED
204-464
Air Motor
OLD
NEW
OLD
NEW
8
9
8
9
12
12
18
19
19
158882
158884
181-755
108285
158808
181-251
159-471
159-472
181-254
Packing
Spacer
Bearing
Packing
Nut
Nut
Spreader
Housing
Housing
203-090 Tube
23 219-091 Cylinder
101-041 Klosure
40 101-389 Seal
203-093
OLD
101-370 Gauge
Reg. Assy. NEW 27 101-180 Gauge
202-233
ADDED
Needle Valve ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
204-482
Agitator
78a 100-014
7& 100-015
78c 100-016
7&1 159-655
Screw
Nut
Lockwasher
Strap
OLD
158895 Hose
NEW 100 164-724 Hose
OLD 161-796
Shaft
NEW 107 172-311
Shaft
204-483
OLD
157-168 Roller
Drum Cover NEW
112 167-032 Roller
OLD 100-204 Washer
NEW (3)
128 101-044 Washer
NOTE: OLD and NEW parts are interchangeable; ADDED and DELETED parts are not interchangeable.
ACCESSORIES (Must be purchased separately)
DRAIN VALVE
5w psi (35barl MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE
For relieving fluid line pressure
ZW-630 1/2(m)x
) npt; for non-corrosive fluids;
cst and PTFE
210-071 3/8(m
8(f) npt; for corrosive fluids; st
and PTFE
FLUID PRESSURE REGULATOR
250psi 117.5 bar) MAXIMUMWORKING PRESSURE
Use on circulating line dropsto regulate fluid pressure to
npsm(f) inlet;
one air spray gun or dispensing valve. 318
3/8 npsrn(rn)and 318 npt(f) outlets.
203-381 Carbon Steel; 0-60psi (0-4 bar) regulated
fluid
aom
(7.6 literlmin)
oressure ranae: 2
-.
maximum flow rate.
209-030 Stainless Steel:5100 osi (0.4-7 bar) reaulated
fluid pressure range; '3 gpm (11.3 lit;r/min)
maximum flow rate
GROUNDING CLAMP 103-538
GROUND WIRE 208-950
25 fi(7.6 m) Ig
AIR FILTER b REGULATOR 202-660
1 8 0 psi (12.6 bar) MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE
To regulate air and filter air. Has gauge and two 1/4
n p t M air outlet valves. 50 micron filter element with
100 mesh inlet strainer. 1/2 npt(f) air inlet; CFM
(m'/min) is over 50 (1.4).
OFTIONAL AIR VALVEand PISTON ASSY220-168
For severe duty applications. Consists of:
PART DESCRIPTION
NO.
181-485
181-482
181-487
108357
108358
101-245
162-729
162-731
BLEED-TYPE MASTER AIR VALVE107-142
360 mi (21 barl MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE
~~~~~~~
Relieves air trappedin the air line between the air motor
and this valve when closed. 1/2 npt(mx f).
SPACER, valve plate
PISTON, air; nylon
PLATE, air intake valve
O-RING; Viton
O-RING; Viton
SCREW, socket hd cap; No. 6-32; 1" long
PLATE, air exhaust valve
GASKET; copper
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TECHNICAL DATA
Pump air requirements : 40 to 180 psi (3 to 12 bar)
Maximum working pressure : 360 psi ( 2 5 bar)
Pump air consumption : 2 cfm par gallon pumped(0.9ma/hr/l) at 100 psi (7
bar). Up to 4 d m (1.8 ma/hr/l) with pump operated
within recommended range
Agitator air consumption : 3 to 4 cfm15.4 to 6.8 m’lhr) for continuous duty.
Maximum recommended pump speed : 100 cycles per minute:2 gpm (7.6 I/min)
Pump cycles per gallon (liter): 54 (14)
Wened parts : Steel, Aluminum, Leather, Iron, Nitrile Rubber, Acetal
Homopolymer, PTFE UHMWPE, Laather/Thioklol
THE GRACO WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMERS
WARRANTY
Graw warrantsall equipmeni manufacturedby ll and bearing its name to be free from defeds In m
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iland Wwkmawhii on the date of sale
by an authorized Graw dlstribuior tothe origmal purchaser for u s . As purchaser's sole remedy for brsach of this warraniv, Graw will, for a
prlodof twelve months from fhe date of anla, repair or repiam anypan of the equipmentp m n defective. This warranty applies only when the
equipment is instelled. operated and maintainedin accordanw wkh Grew’s written recommendations.
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warranty
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does notmer, and Graco shall not be liable for, any malfunction. damage or wear caused by fauky insiallation. mifappliwtion,
abr&n, cwmsion, inadequate g hproper m a m n m , negknanm, accMem, tempering, or subsaitutionof non-Gram componentpans. Nor
shaU Gram be lbMe for malfunctmn, d
a
m Q wear caused by theinwmpadbllii,whh Graw equipmam of siructum. a m n w , equipmam or material8 mi suppilfl by Graw. or the Improper design, manufacture, mslallation, operation or maintenanw of B t ~ c t ~ r ac~s,
cessories, equipment or materm18 not suppliedby Graw.
is conditioned uponthe prepaid return of the equipment claimed to be defective for examinailon by Gtam to vetifq the claimed
defeci. If the elaimed defect is
Graw will replr or replace free of charge any defective pa. The equipment m’ll be returned to the
original purchaser transportation prepaid.If lnswc!ion of the equipmani does not disclose any defect material
in
or workmaftahlp, repairs mil be
made at a paonable charge, whlch charges may mclude theme cmm of
labor and transpOrmiion.
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warranty
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vsdfied.
pans.
EQUIPMENT NOT COVEREDBY GRACD WARRANTY
GRACO MAKES NO WARRANTY, AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND flTNESSFOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO ACCESSORIES, EOUIPMENT, MATERIALS, OR COMPONENTS SOLD BUT NOT MANUFACTURED BY GRACO. These items sold, but riot manufactured
by Graw lsuch as deciric motor, witches, hose, eic.). am subjecito the wrranif any, of their manufacturer. Gramwil p r o W purchaw with resa0Mble asisam in making any dbim for bresch of mege wenamies.
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Fectory Branches:Atlanta. Dallas. Ootrolt. Lo8 Angelea. Weat Caldwell IN.J.1
Subsldlery end Afflllete Canpen1es:Canada: England: Swltzerland: France: Germany: Hong Kong; Japan
GRACO INC. P.
0. Box 1441 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440-1444
PRINTED IN U.S.A.
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