Graco 307132E BULLDOG HYDRA-CAT PROPORTIONING PUMPS Owner's Manual

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INSTRUCTIONS-PARTS.LIST
Rev. "E" 12-77
SUPERSEDES 1-76
This manual contains IMPORTANT
WARNINGS and INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND RETAIN FOR REFERENCE
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BULLDOG@ H Y D R A - C A P
PROPORTIONING PUMPS
2500 PSI I170 bad MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE
MODEL WITH
TWO DISPLACEMENT PUMPS
Model 209-028 1:l Mix Ratio
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MODELS WITH
THREE DISPLACEMENT PUMPS
Model 208-958 1-1./4:1
Mix Ratio
Model 208-999 1-1/2:1Mix Ratio
Model 209-000 2 1 Mix Ratio
Model 209-001 3:l Mix Ratio
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Model 209-002 4:l Mix Ratio
Model 209-003 2-1/2:1Mix Ratio
RELIEF VALVE INSTALLATIONKITS
(must be purchased separately)
Required for safe operation of pump. Attaches to wall mounting
bracket or pump
stand and connects relief valves to
displacement pumps.
209-005 Relief Valve Installation Kit
For two displacement pump models.
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209-006Relief Valve Installation Kit
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WARNING
Graco inc does not manufacture orsupply any of the reactive chemical components that are used in this equipment
and is notresponsible for their effects. Because of the vast .number of chemicals that could be used and their
varying chemical reactions, the buyer and user of this equipment should determine all factsrelating to the materials
used, including any of the potential hazards involved. Particular inquiry and investigation should be made into
potential dangers relating to toxic fumes, fires, explosions, reaction times, and exposure of human beings to the individual components or their resultant mixtures. Graco assumes no responsibility for loss, damage, expense or
claims for bodily injury or property damage, direct or consequential, arising from the use of such chemical
components.
GRACO INC. P.O. BOX 1441 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440
@COPYRIGHT 1974 GRACO INC.
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HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY
Because of the highpressure and velocity of the pluralcomponent materials and their solvents, fluids could penetrate
the skin causing serious injury. Operate the equipment only after all instructions are clearly understood.
OBSERVE ALL SAFETYWARNINGS
SPRAY GUN
NEVER point the gun at yourself or anyoneelse. Never
put your hand, fingers or body directlyover the spray
nozzle.
If the spray appears to have penetrated the skin, SEEK
EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE. DO NOT TREAT
AS A SlMPLE CUT. Be ready t o tell thedoctor exactly
what fluidwas injected.
HOSES
DO NOT ABUSE HOSE. Improper use or handling of
the hose could result in hose failure and possible injury
or property damage.
Handle and route hoses carefully to avoid kinking,
abrasion,, cutting or exposure to temperatures above
180" F 1 8 2 W or below4
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F (-40" C). Do not use hose
to pull powerunits, pumps, etc. Before each use, check
entire hose for cuts, leaks, abrasion, or bulging of
cover, or damage or movement of couplings. If any of
these conditions exist, replace hose immediately. Never
use
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Tighten all fluid connections securely before each use.
SYSTEM PRESSURE
Even after you shut off thepump, there is high pressure
Be sure that all accessorv hoses, swivels, etc. used with
in the pump, hose and gun untilyou release it. Always
this unit canwithstand the highpressures developed.
release pressure when you are done spraying and before
DO NOT exceed 2500 psi (170 bar) working pressure.
servicing, cleaning or removal of any parts. To release See
the chart on page 11 for fluidt o air pressure ratios
pressure, shut off the air supply, trigger the spray gun,
of different models.
engage the trigger safety, and open the drain valve.
NEVER leave a pressurized unit unattended.
Have a container ready to catch the draining material.
See other warnings in this manual regarding handling of
plural component materials.
NEVER operate pump withouta relief valve kit.
PREVENT STATIC SPARKING
The high velocity flow of material through equipment
may develop static electricity. Be sure that all the equipment being used and the object being sprayed are properly grounded to prevent static discharge and sparks
which could cause fire or explosion.
Use only conductive or groundedair and fluid hoses for
airless applications. Be sure that the gun is grounded
through hose connections.
Once each week, check electrical resistance of hose.
Overall (end to end) resistance of unpressurized hose
must not exceed 29.0 megohms (maximum) for any
coupled length or combination of hoses. If hose exceeds these limits, replace immediately.
Never exceed 500 ft (150 m) overall combined length of
hose.
Use the lowest possible pressure when flushing equipment and maintain firm metal to metal contact between
gun and a grounded metal waste container. This
reduces the chance of static sparking.
PLURAL COMPONENT MATERIALS
Be extremely cautious when handling plural component
materials and solvents used with them. They are
extremely toxic. See front cover warning.
Readand followthecoating and solvents manufacturer's
safety precautions and warnings, including any regarding protective clothing and eyewear.
IMPORTANT
United States Government safety standards have been adopted under the Occupational Safety and HealthAct. These
standards - particularly the General Standards, Part 1910, and the ConstructionStandards, Part 1926 - should be
consulted in connection with your use of airless spray equipment.
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TYPICAL INSTALLATION
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Complete Hydra-Cat systems are customized installations. The TYPICAL SYSTEMS below show the complete hookup for two different applications. Choice of
actual equipment will depend on the materials you are
going to' use and your particular needs. Contact Graco
FluidSystems,9451 W.Belmont, FranklinPark, 111.60131.
NOTE:
HEAVY VISCOSITY HEATED SYSTEM
1O:l M.AXIMUM RATIO FEED PUMPS
AIR
SUPPLY
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For pressure feed to proportioning pump,
mount fluid pressure gauges at proportioning pump inlets for properly adjusting
feed pump pressures.
AIR REGULATOR
PROPORTIONING PUMP
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IMPORTANT: These pumps are designed for a unit
that will proportion, mix and spray, and pour twocomponent materials. Some of these materials are
hazardous to handle. .Be sure you are completely
familiar with the material you are going to use. Read
material manufacturer's literature carefully.
In the following instructions, the base material will
always be called "part A", the catalyst will be called
"part B". With threedisplacement pumpmodels, always
use the two outer displacement pumps to supply part A
and the middle displacement pump to supply part B .
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Mount pumpto suit the type of
installation planned. Accessory wall mounting bracket is shown on page 12.
pump dimensional drawing and mounting hole layout
are shown on back page. When mounting pump on
wall, be sure the wall is strong enough to support the
pump and other equipment, plus any stressdeveloped
when equipment is operating. Drill 3, 3/16 in. diameter'
holes in mounting bracket as shown in mounting
diagram, on the back cover. Using screws (43 or 5 6 )
screw manifold (49 or 62)onto bracket.
Connect part A inlet hose to 314 npt inlet of manifoldon
three displacement pump models, or to 314 npt inlet Of
left hand displacement pump on two displacement
pump models. Connect part B inlet hose to 314 npt
swivel union inlet of center displacement pump onthree
displacement pump models, or to 314 npt inlet of right
hand displacement pump model.
WARNING
When spraying foams and other hazardous
materials, wear protective clothing and goggles.
In confined areas, a fresh air respirator should be
worn and the area provided with adequate ventilation. A cartridge type respirator is satisfactory in
open areas.
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to mounting bracket as shown, using screws provided
in installation kit. Connect material supply hoses to 318
npt (m) material outlets of relief valves.
Install accessory air pressure regulator as shown inFigl
2. You should also install accessory air line oiler fori
automatic lubrication of air motor. See ACCESSORIES.'
The main air supply line should include .a bleed type
master air valve for shutting off and relieving air
pressure to pump. We recommend installing a dram
valve at each fluid outlet to relieve fluid pressures in the
system. Usea tee to connect drain valve to fluid outlet.
Be sure valve is pointed downward. See Figs 1 and 2.
Install and connect accessory feed pumps, solvent
pump, mixer, etc. See TYPICAL INSTALLATION,page
2. and separate component instructions.
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TWO DISPLACEMENT PUMP MODELS
THREE DISPLACEMENT PUMP MODELS
3/4 NPT IF)
3/4 NPT IF)
AIR INLET
314 NPT (MI
PART A
MATERIAL
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Assemble installation kit as shown in Fig 1 and 2. A
parts breakdown is shown on page 8. Attach manifold
AIR INLET
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Whenever flammable materials are being pumped,
connect a ground wire to pump air motor. Loosen
grounding lug locknut and washer (A). Insert oneend of
a 12 ga 11.5 mm2) minimumgrounding wire into slotin
lug (B) and tighten locknut (C).
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Connect the other end ofwire to a goodground such as
a water pipe. Always check your-local code. See ACCESSORIES for available ground and wire clamp.
Never operate the pump withoutthe fluid pressure
relief valve kit installed. These valves relieve fluid
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COPPER GROUND
WIRE I12 ga mint
Open air supply valves to pumps and increase air
pressure just enough to keep pumps running. After all
G air has
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close mixer material valves.
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Flush Pump Before Using
The equipment was testedin oil, and the oil was left in
to protect theparts. Before using equipment to mix and
dispense material, flush as follows:
Provide a 5 gallon pail containing about 3 gallons (12
liters) ofmineral spirits solvent at each feed pump inlet,
or immerse displacement pumps inlet in solvent.
Open dispensing valve, open mixer inlet valves with
handle and completely close all air regulators (turn handle counterclockwise until spring tension is released.)
Turn onair supply to feed pumps and slowly open air
regulators to the lowest pressure needed to get pumps
to run. Let pumps run slowlyuntil clean solvent is coming from dispensing valve, then shut off air supply to
pumps.
Repeat flushing cycle using a solvent compatible with
the material you are going to use. When clean solvent is
coming out, remove solvent supply from feed pumpsinlets and let pumps force air through system to push out
all solvent, then stop pumps.
Set air pressure to solvent pump at about 60 psi (4 bar).
Slowly open air shutoff valve to pump, and let pump
prime and stall against pressure. Open mixer solvent
valve briefly to besure that there will be solvent when
needed.
WARNING
Always close the air supply valve before opening
drain valves to relieve system pressure to avoid excessive pressure build up inopposite component
Using Your Proportioning Pump System
NOTE: Once your system is primed with material
and operating, check the material outlet
pressure gauges and take note of the
pressures indicated. This will be helpful in
analyzing troubles as any change in displacement pump performance will be
indicated by a change in pressure gauge,
readings.
Install full containers of.part A and part Bat the material
inlets of the appropriate feed pumps. Refer to TYPICAL
SYSTEMS drawings. Disconnect dispensing hose from
mixer outlet and place a waste container under outlet.
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Open solvent flushing valve on mixer and keep open
until all mixed material is flushed out andclean solvent
is coming from outlet, then close mixer solvent and air
valves.
Set air pressure to proportioning pump to give the
material pressure you need. Refer to the proportioning
pump chart on page 7 for fluidto air pressure ratio. Set
air pressure to feed pumps at a pressure that will not
give more than 250 psi (18 bar) a t their material outlets.
Pressures greaterthan 250 psi (18 barl may prevent proportioning pumpinlet ball checks from seating properly.
WARNING
Never exceed 2500psi (170 bar) working pressure
or the maximum working pressure of the lowest
rated component in the system.
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Reconnect material dispensing hose to mixer and close
dispensing valve. Open air valve to mixer air motor,
open mixer material valves, point dispensing valve into
waste container and open dispensing valve to purge air
out of dispensing lines. After all air has been purged
from line, close dispensing valve. Pumps will start when
you open dispensing valve and stop when you close
valve.
To shut system down, shut off air to all pumps, open
dispensing valve and drain valves to relieve pressure and
close mixer valves. Flush all mixed material out of mixer,
hoses and dispensing equipment. Refer t o separate
mixer instructions for flushing procedure.
Care Of The Unit
Periodically check material containers. Never allow a
pump to rundry, allowing air into the system. This will
cause incorrect proportioning. Also, a dry pump will
quickly accelerate to a high speed, possibly damaging
itself and the throat packings. If thesupply container is
empty and air has been pumped into the hoses, reprime
the pump and hoses with material or flush and leave
filled with a compatiblesolvent. Be sureto eliminate all
air from system.
Keep displacement pump throatpacking nuts filledwith
Graco Throat Seal Liquid (TSL) oracompatible solvent.
Check tightness of packing nuts periodically, or when
leakage occurs. If adjustment is necessary, shut off air
supply to pump and relieve fluid pressure before adjusting. Using wrench provided, tighten nutjustenough
to stopleakage - no tighter.
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Observe pot life limit.
Flush mixed material out of mixer,
dispensing lines and equipment before it hardens. Flush
complete system when necessary to prevent materials
from hardening in equipment and hoses. Check
manufacturer's literature for materials shelf life and
flush entire system before this time is reached. Flush
system with a compatible solvent as explained above.
We recommend using a nitrogen regulator kit to protect
material in SUDD~Vcontainers from moisture that can
crystallize maierial and cause ball checks to malfunction. See ACCESSORIES.
With heavy materials, flushing solvents could channel
through material, leaving a coating of material on inside
of hoses. Disconnect hoses and clean material out with
a rag and wire or a ramrod type cleaner, or use a solvent
and air purge to turbulate solvent, and flush until mixer,
hose and gun are clean.
How To C heck M i xRatio
If the mixed material does not "cure" or harden properly, check the ratioof pan A to part B. To check ratio,
shut off air to all pumps, open dispensing valve to
relieve pressure, flush mixed material out of mixer,
dispensing lines and equipment and proceed as follows:
NOTE:
The pump mustbe operating in order to accurately check the proportioning ratioof the
pumps. The outlet pressures at the pumps
must be maintained at a minimum level of 4
times that of the inlet pressures. When the
mixer manifold or other dispensing valve is
removed to check the mix ratio, a flow
restrictor will usually be needed to simulate
the pressure conditions during normal
operation. The preferred flow restrictor is a
small diameter. 1/16 in. ID, 12 in. (13 mm)
long steel tube, coupled to the fluid supply
hoses. A needle-type flow control valve
could also be used. Contact Graco Fluid
Systems in Chicago for assistance in selecting the proper type flow restrictor for your
application.
Disconnect the material hoses from mixer inlet valves,
taking note of which hose was connected to which
valve. and put ends into a waste container. Set two
graduated cylinders of the same sizenext tothe waste
container. See Fig 4.
Set air pressure to pumps a t a low setting, then open air
shutoff valves to feed pumps and proportioning pump.
When materials are flowing freely, at exactly the same
time move thehoses over the cylinders - part A hose
over one, pan B over the other.
When part A cylinder is full put bothhoses back into
waste containers - again move hoses exactly at the
same time. Shut off air to all pumps.
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Compare part A volume to part B volume. If the ratio is
not correct, refer t o the TROUBLESHOOTING CHART,
page 7, to find out why
and what todo.
Connect material hoses back to mixer inlet valves.
Be sure to connect thehoses back to same valves
they had been connected to. Damage t o mixer
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Changing Mix Ratio On
Pump Models
To change the material ratio of the proportioningpump,
the displacement pumps must be changed. Completely
flush system, pump outsolvent, shut offair to pumps,
then proceed as follows:
CAUTION
completely clean all equipment and hoses, making
sure that no material remains in any part of
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Disconnect the three material riser hoses from fluid
pumps outlets. Unscrew the three unions from the intakes of the displacement pumps andremove manifold.
Take the two retaining nuts 16) off the two outer pumps'
displacement rods (25)'and screw fluid pumpretaining
rings (15) off fluid pumps (use a screwdriver and
hammer to loosen). See Fig 5.
Pull the two outer pumps down out of the retaining
plate (12). and take washers off displacement rods. See
Fig 5. Usea wrench on flats of center.pump's displacement rod, screw rod out of yoke, then remove center
pump and take washer off the rod.
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GRADUATED CYLINDERS
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Refer t o the charton page 11 for mix ratios given by different combinations of fluid pumps, and install thenew
combination. Install center pump first, then the twc
outside ones.
Fluid Pump Service
To service any of the displacement pumps, solvent flush
pump, shut off air supply, relieve any pressure and
proceed as follows:
Remove the fluid pumpls)you are going to service as
explained on page 5.
Screw intakevalve (A) out of cylinder 124) and remove
pin (32). ball 1 2 2 ) . O-ring retainer (33) and O-ring 134).
See Fig 6. Clean all parts thoroughly, carefully inspect
for damage or wear and replace parts as necessary. Inspect seat in body and if it is chipped or worn, replace
the complete intake valve body assembly.
Loosen throat packing nut (26), push displacement rod
125) down until you can grasp piston, then pull piston
and displacement rod out through the. bottom of
cylinder. See Fig 6.
CAUTION
Be careful not to scratch the polished inner
surface of the cylinder.
Screw pistonout of displacement rod (251. take out ball
(23) and remove glands (36, 371, packings (391 and
backup washers (31, 38). See Fig 6. Clean all parts
thoroughly, carefully inspect for damage or wear and
replace parts as necessary. If seat isdamaged or worn,
replace piston stud (40).
Screw unions securely onto intakes of fluid pumps.
Flush system,then startup as explained in OPERATION
section.
turning complete cylinder. See Fig 5. Use wrench on
flats of rod for final
tightening. Push cylinder up into
place in retaining plate and install retaining ring. Assemble remaining parts as explained under "TWO
DISPLACEMENT PUMP MODELS".
Two Displacement Pump Models
Install displacement rods (251and pistons in cylinders of
outside displacement pumps. Leave throat packing nuts
and piston studs ( 4 0 ) loose. Insert displacement rods
through retaining plate (12). retaining rings 115) and
washers 1141, and air motor yoke (13). Install locknuts
(16) loosely on displacement rods, slide cylinders into
place in retaining plate and install retaining rings. See
Fig 5.
Move air motor to bottomof stroke andcheck play of
air motor yoke at each displacement rod. With rcds
centered, tighten locknuts (16). securely.
After mounting displacement pumps to air motor yoke,
use a 3/8 in. hex key wrench to tighten piston studs
securely. Tighten throat packing nut just enought o prevent leakage, no tighter.
Install intake v a l v h o d y i n cylinder and toque to3035 ft Ib (41-46 N m ) .
Screw throat packing nut 126) out of cylinder (24) and
remove bearing (271, packings 135). glands 128, 291 and
backup washer (30). See Fig 6. Clean parts, inspect
carefully and replace worn or damaged parts as
necessary.
NOTE:
Always replace glands when
packings.
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Beginning with the center displacement pump, install
displacement rod 125) and piston in cylinder, leaving
throat packing nut (26) and piston stud (40) loose. For
ease of assembly, pull up on displacement rod until
about 4 in. (100 mml of rod is exposed.
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displacement rod. Pulling the rod past this point
could cause piston packings to be damaged on
threads-of displacement pump outlet.
Slide rod (25) through retaining plate(12). retaining ring
(15) and washer (14). and thread rod intoyoke (13) by
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Lubricate all packings, throat bearing and displacement
rod withTSL and reassemble.
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
Check e v e r y t h i n g in the troubleshooting
disassembling pump.
chart b e f o r e
WHAT'S WRONG
WARYINGd
A l w a y s t u r n off alr s u p p y an relieve air a n d
material pressures before attempting any service.
Neveroperatepumpwithairmotorshieldremoved.
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Pump runs but part A output low on
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Not enoughair pressure or volume
check, increase
Closed or cloggedair valve or line
open, clear
Air motor inoperative
service lsee 307-0491
Dirty. worn or damaged part A pump piston valve
service
W o r n or damaged part A pump piston packings
replace
worn or damaged part A pump piston valve clean, service
worn or damaged part
6 pump intake valve
clean, service
or damaged partB pump piston packings
replace
worn or damaged part
B pump intake valve
clean. service
Exhausted material supply'"
refill or change container
Inadequate material supply
adjust
Loose packing nut or worn throat packings
tighten, replace
Air in materiallines'.
purge, check connections
Relief valve needs adjusting oris damaged
adjust, servicelsee 307-1131
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REPAIR KITS-
For displacement pumps
(Must be purchased
separately.)
21 (see 307-049for parts)
207-863(for 207-862)
consists of:
Ref Part Qty
No. No.
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consists of:
Ref
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207-866(for 207-867)
consists of:
Ref Part
No. No.
28 165-100
165-099 .
165-052
35 165-104
36 165-106
37 165-107
39 165-105
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34
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207-864(for 207-865)
28
164-374
29
164-375
34
165-052
35 165-555
36
164-377
37 164-379
39
165-102
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164-361
165-052
165-098
165-099
165-1M)
165-104
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207-868Ifor 207-8691
consists of:
Ref
No.
Pam
No.
28 164-396
29
164-398
34
165-052
35 164-913
36
164-400
37
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39 165-109
Qty
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Two Displacement Pump Model 209-028
Includes items 1, 2, 4-8, 10.13,
2 each of 14 & 15. 16-19, 21 and
two displacement pumps(see chan,
page li).
Three Displacement Pump Models
Include items 1-13. 3 each 14 & 15,
16-21 and three displacement
pumps lsee chart, page 111.
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1 172-726
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100428
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101 712
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101-926
7 104-088
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150~429
9 156-589
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164413
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DESCRIPTION
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COUPLER
L0CI:WASHER. spring; 5/8in.
PLUG, pipe: 1in. nptlfl
SCREW,hexhdcap:5/8-llx2in.
NUT. lock; wlnyloninsert. 5/8-11
NUT. lock: w/nvloninsert. 1/2-20
RIVET. blind
GASKET.copper
UNION.9O0adapter:3I4nptfx3/4npsrn
PLATE. serial
FL4TE; retaining
QTY
1
3
2
3
4
2
2
1
3
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REF PART
NO. NO.
13 164-414
14
164-416
15 164-417
16
168-455
17 171-122
20
208-334
208-356
21 205-409
206.994
DESCRIPTION
QTY
YOKE, connecting rod
WASHER, flat: 518screwsire
RING, retaining
ROD. tie
PLATE, adapter
MANIFOLD, intake
AIR MOTOR
see 307-049 for parts
WRENCH,specia
THROATSEAL LIauID
ITSLI: 802 10.2literlsize
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2ar3
2or3
4
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Displacement Pumps
C: Model 207-867
Key to "Model" below: A:
Model 207-862
6: Model 207-865
D:
Model 207-869
Includes items 22-41
REF MODEL PART
NO.
NO.
22 100-064
23
24
25
26
e
D
27
28
29
31
101-823
164.355
164-371
164-382
164-393
164-356
164-372
164383
168-616
164-357
164-358
164-373
164-3&1
161-395
164-359
164-374
165-100
164-396
164-361
164-375
165-099
164-398
164-362
164-376
164-387
164-399
176-107
176-108
164-391
176-109
f;
D
DESCRIPTION
BALL. Steel: 0.62 in.
115.9 mm) dia.
BALL. stainless steel: 0.31 in.
17.9 mml dia.
CYLINDER
CYLINDER
CYLINDER
CYLINDER
DISPLACEMENT ROD: 11 in. lg
DISPLACEMENT ROD: 11 in. lg
DISPLACEMENT ROD; 11 in. lg
DISPLACEMENT ROD; 11 in. lg
NUT, packing
BEARING. brass
BEARING. brass
BEARING. brass
BEARING. brass
GLAND, female
GLAND, female
GLAND, female
GLAND, female
GLAND, male
GLAND, male
GLAND, male
GLAND, male
WASHER, backup
WASHER, backup
WASHER, backup
WASHER, backup
WASHER, backup
WASHER. backup
WASHER, backup
WASHER. backup
(IN
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
REF
NO.
32
MODEL PART
NO.
165-049
DESCRIPTION QTY
PIN. ball stop: 0.25 in. x 1.25 in
16.4 mm x 31 8 mml
RING, reta
O-RING. "PTFE
V-PACKING.PTFE
"
V-PACKING. PTFE
"
V-PACKING. PTFE
"
V-PACKING. PTFE
"
GLAND. male
GLAND, male
GLAND, male
GLAND, male
GLAND, female
GLAND, female
GLAND, female
GLAND, female
WASHER, backup
WASHER, backup
WASHER, backup
WASHER, backup
V-PACKING. PTFE
"
V~PACKING.PTFE
V-PACKING. PTFE
"
V-PACKING, "PTFE
STUD, piston
STUD. piston
STUD, piston
STUD. piston
HOUSING, intake valve
1
1
1
6
6
6
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
Relief Valve InstallationKits
(Purchased Separately1
Part No. 209-005
Includes items42-55
(For Two Displacement PumpModel Onlyl
Part No. 209-006
Includes items56-68
(For Three Displacement Pump Models
Only)
REF
NO.
42
45
PART
NO.
100-040
100-333
100-483
102-814
46
47
40
156.849
155-665
164-259
49
50
51
170-738
206-962
208-817
207-295
53
168-467
168-484
168-405
100-333
100-483
102-814
43
, 4 4
52
54
55
56
57
58
RTY
DESCRIPTION
PLUG, pipe: 3/8 npt
SCREW, hex hd cap; 1/4-20 x 1/2
TEE. pipe; 3/8 npt
GAUGE, fluid pressure;
0-5wo psi 10-350 bar)
NIPPLE, hex; 318 npt; 1-1/2 in. Ig
UNION, swivel; 3/8 in. npt Im x 11
ELBOW, 90° street; 1/4 npt (11
x 3/8 npt fml
MANIFOLD
CHECK VALVE, sea 306-861.for parts
RELIEF VALVE, see 307-113for parts
HOSE; cpld 3/8 npt Iml; 318 in. ID.
19 in. 1 4 8 0 mml Ig
LABEL. identification
MARKER " A
MARKER, "B"
SCREW, hex hd cap; 114-x) x 112
TEE, pipe: 318 npt
GAUGE, air pressure;
0-50M) psi 10-350 bar1 range
2
REF PART
DESCRIPTION
NO. NO.
59
156849
NIPPLE, hex:3/8npt; I-112in.Ig
60
164-259 ELBOW.
90" street: 114 npt If1
r3/8nptlml
318 npt fm x 1)
61 . 155-665 UNION, swivel:
62
170-738
MANIFOLD
63
X6962
CHECK VALVE, see 306:861 far parts
see 307-113 for parts
64 208-817 RELIEF VALVE,
207-295
HOSE, cpld 3/8 npt Im): 3/8 in. ID.
65
19 in. 1 4 8 0 mml lg
66
168-467 LABEL.
identification
67 168-484 MARKER,
" A
68
168-485 MARKER,
"8"
1
manuals.
1
2
2
2
4
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
3
RTV
4
3
3
1
3
2
3
1
2
1
3% & 307 Numbers in description refer to separate instruction
Order parn by name andnumber. Ahvays gfvethe modelnumberand
seriesletferof theassembly for which you are ordering.
1
PROPORTIONING PUMP CHART
Displacement pump combinationsformix ratio, pressure ratio, and volume per cycle for each model.
WARNING
Never exceed 2500 psi (170 barl maximu.mworking
pressure.
NOTE
With three displacement pump
models, the outer two displacement pumps must be identical
models.
207-862
U
1-714:lMix
n
1-1/2 : Mix
n
Part A
207-862
207-867
207-869
U
Part A
Li
PleSSu~eRatiolfluidtosir134:l
VolumePerCvele.OdgGal1.1711
Pre~~sureRatiolfluidtoair138:l
VaivmePerCvcle.W1Ga11.16Il
VOlumePerCycle.038Gai1.1411
Thi~pumpdeveiop~25Wpsi1170barl
fluidpresrureat74prl15.2barl
incomingair pressure.
Thirpvmpdevelopr25WpriIl7Obarl
fluid p r e ~ ~ u r e a 1 psi
6 6 14.5 barl
Thispumpdevelo r 2 5 W sill7Obarl
fluidorerru.eaf6Ppsil4,~~b.rl
-
2:l Mix
VolumsPerCycie.068Gsil.2611
incomingairpressure.
.
2-112:1 Mix
Pressur0 Ratio lfluidto air12 4 1
VolumePerC~cle.OM~11.241l
.
PlessureRatiolfluidtoairl41:l,
incomingatpressure.
-
3: 1 Mix
4:l Mix
Ple~~ureRatio1fluidtoairla:l
Ple~suleRaIioill~id10airl271
VolumePsrCycle.057Gal1.2211
VolumePerCVcle.061Gal1.2311
Thirplmpdevaiopr2500pri1170barl
fluidpressureat93pri16.4 barl
incoming air pressure.
307-132
11
SERVICE INFORMATION
Listed below by the assembly changed are OLD, NEW.ADDED. and DELETED parts.
ASSEMSLY PART
REF PART NAME
CHANGED DESIGNATION NO. NO.
I
I
Final Assy.
All Models
OLD
OLD
OLD
100-104
161-544
171-123
171-124
1 172-726
NEW
7
OLD
NEW
OLD 102-556
~~~~
207-862
Displ. Pump
OLD
OLD
NEW
NEW
Pin
Nut
Nut
Rod
Coupling
Rivet
1M-Oils
~~.Rivet
164-366
165101
31 176-107
38
104-828
I
I
1
I
I
Washerlll
Washer
'
Washer121 !
Washer
1
REF PART NAME
ASSEMBLY PART
CHANGED DESIGNATION NO. NO.
206-865
OLD 164-380
Washerlll
Displ. Pump OLD
165-103 Washer
NEW
31 176-108 Washer121
NEW
38
104-829 Washer
207-867
OLD 165-108 Washer
Displ. Pump NEW
38
104-829 Washer
OLD 164-403 Washer111
207-869
Displ. Pump
165110
Washer
OLD
NEW 31 176-109 Washer121
38
104-830 Washer
NEW
i
I
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INTERCHANGEABILITY NOTE: NEW parts replace 01.D parts listed directlyabove them.
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ACCESSORIES (Must bepurchased separately)
WALL MOUNTING BRACKET 206-221
e
. .
~
.,..,
AIR PRESSURE REGULATOR 205-712
460 psi (28bad MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE
112 in. size . .
r 314 NPT (MI
4
Ii
I
TRUCK 207-872
For stationan/ mounting of Bulldog pumps
WHEEL KIT 208-362
For converting truck 207-872 to portable pump cart
THROAT SEAL LIQUID
GROUNDING CLAMP 103-538
GROUND WIRE 208-590
25 ft (7.6 m)lg, 12 ga
Non-evaporation solvent for wet-cup.
206-994 8 oz (0.2liter)
206-995 1 qt (0.9liter) size
206-996 1 gal (3.8 liter) size
U
WRENCH 205-409
For tightening foot valves and throat packings
NITROGEN REGULATOR KIT 207-638
For controlling harmful moisture in plural component
material supply containers.
AIR LINE OILER 214-849
250 psi (17.5 bar) MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE
314NPTIFIlNLET
AND OUTLET
DRAIN VALVE 210-658
5
x
0 PSI (350bar) MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE
12
307-132
j
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T E C H DATA
Proportioning Pumps
Airoperatingrange
Air consumption
Material inlets
Material outlets
Airinlet
Max. material outlet pressure
Max. material inlet pressure
Wetted parts
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
40to120psi~3to8barl'
See examplebelow
3/4 npt
3/8 npt
3/4npt
25wpsi I170 barl
250 psi 117 barl
Stainless Steel, Steel.
Brass, Aluminum. Carbide Seats,
"PTFE
AIRINLET
h
3/4 NPTIFl
I
"NEVERexceed 2500 psi (170bar) fluid pressure.
Air Consumption Example
When the air pressure to the pump is60 psi 14 bar). and
you are dispensing 1 gal (3.8 liter) of mixed material per
minute, air volume used, in cfm, will be about the same
as the larger pressure ratio figure of your pump. See
page2for pressure ratiosof pumps.
Installation Kits
Manifold outlets :
Hoses :
Relief "elves :
3/8npt
3/8in,lD:"PTFE c$d3/8in.
npt(ml:25CQpsil170barl
maximumworking pressure
3WOpsi 1210 barl maximum
working setting; 303 Stainless
Steel, Tungsten Carbide and
Vitanwetted parts.
45
3 8 NPT IF1
-1
314 NPT
11143
MATERIAL
OUTLETS
MATERIAL
INLETS
THE GRACO WARRANTY
Gram Inc. warrants all equipment manufactured by it and bearing its
name to be free from defects in material and workmanship under
normal use and service. This warranty extends to the original
purchaser for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase and
applies only when the equipment is installed and operated in
accordance with written factory recommendations. This warranty
does not cover damage or wear which. in the reasonable judgment of
Graco. arises from misuse. abrasion. corrosion, negligence, accident,
substitution of nan-Graco parts. faulty installation or tampering.
This warranty is conditioned upon the prepaid return of the equipment
claimed to be defective for examination by Graco to verify 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 workmanship or materiel.
repairs will be made at a reasonable chargeand return transportation
will becharged.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, AND IS IN LIEU OF
ANY OTHER WARRANTIES [EXPRESS OR IMPLIED1 INCLUDING
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY O R WARRANTY OF
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND OF ANY NONCONTRACTUAL LIABILITIES INCLUDING PRODUCT LIABILITIES
BASED ON NEGLIGENCEO R STRICT LIABILITY. EVERY FORM OF
LIABILITY FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES O R LOSS IS EXPRESSLY EXCLUDEDAND DENIED.
WALL MOUNTING BRACKETS
I3/16
15 mml
dia bolt circlesI3 holes1
EOUIPMENT NOT COVERED BY GRACO
WARRANTY. Accessories
or components of equipment sold by Graco that are not manufactured
by Graco lsuch as electric motors. switches, hose, etc.1 eresubject to
the warranty, if any. of their manufacturer. Graco will provide
purchaserwith reesonableassistanceinmaking such claims.
FactoryBranches: Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas. DetroitISouthfieldl. LosAngeles, WestCaldwellIN.J.1
Subsidiaryand AffiliateCompanles: Canada: England; Switzerland:France; Germany; Hong Kong:
Japan
GRACO INC. P.O. BOX 1441 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440
PRlNTEDINU.S.A. 307.132 6 7 4 Revised 12-TI

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