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Introduction
Selecting the Right
Finishing System for the Job
Matching the finishing system to the
job allows you to achieve a professional finish with a minimum of time
and cost. Finishing system selection
is influenced by factors such as finish
quality, transfer efficiency, line speed,
part size, material and equipment use,
and government standards. Careful
evaluation of all these variables is
needed when selecting a finishing
system.
This guide will help you select the
guns, cups, hoses, material containers and accessories that are right for
your wood finishing operation. Begin
the selection process by comparing
the two systems must commonly
used in wood finishing, conventional
air spray and HVLP (High Volume
Low Pressure).
Weigh the Benefits
of Conventional Air Spray and HVLP
Conventional air spray and High
Volume Low Pressure (HVLP) spray
are both low pressure systems, so
expensive, airless, high pressure
supply equipment and components
are not required. Airless systems that
use smaller than .017” nozzles are
prone to plugging, which causes
rejects and down time. Additionally,
safety is not an issue with low
pressure equipment because there is
no danger of skin penetration by high
pressure hydraulic nozzles.
HVLP is most often compared with
conventional air spray. While both
systems use compressed air for atomization, the difference lies in the
transfer efficiency of each system.
Transfer efficiency can be defined as
the amount of material sprayed that
goes onto the part as compared to the
amount lost to overspray and
bounceback.
HVLP atomization uses a high volume
of air delivered at 10 psi or less to
atomize fluid material into a soft, low
velocity pattern. Since conventional
air spray pressures are limited only
by available plant air supply, it is not
uncommon to see atomizing air
pressures of 40 to 70 psi. HVLP’s
lower pressure results in a more
controlled spray pattern, less
bounceback and enhanced transfer
efficiency. The higher pressure of
conventional air spray produces
typical transfer efficiency of only 2535% with increased overspray and
bounceback. Depending on the
application, 314 of every gallon of
material sprayed by conventional
methods can be lost to overspray.
With HVLP, as little as one pint per
gallon is lost. Air spray, on the other
hand, has been the most commonly
used method for atomizing the full
range of materials into the finest
finish possible. Recent technology
changes have greatly improved
HVLP’s ability to atomize higher
solids materials and/or higher fluid
flows, with special air cap, fluid tip
and baffle combinations designed for
this purpose-DeVilbiss Ransburg’s
“Maximum Performers”.
A side benefit-HVLP guns typically
produce less noise than air spray
guns because of the greatly reduced
atomization pressure required.
HVLP’s high transfer efficiency
improves both productivity and finish
quality. Less overspray allows better
visibility, so the operator makes fewer
errors. It also reduces overspray on
nearby surfaces, which decreases
finish flaws. HVLP also decreases the
amount of material used, which
reduces spray booth maintenance,
filter replacement, waste disposal and
material costs.
DeVilbiss Ransburg
Sets the Industry Standard
Whether you select a conventional air
spray or an HVLP system, DeVilbiss
Ransburg sets the standard for
quality, performance, reliability and
product support within the wood
finishing industry.
In keeping with our 100-year tradition
of leadership in the development of
innovative spray finishing technologies, DeVilbiss Ransburg has been
the leader in the manufacture of air
spray guns and has been instrumental in advancing the state of HVLP
atomization.
Since the success of your wood
finishing operation can rest on the
equipment you select and the
company that supports it, choose the
equipment that delivers high quality
results, consistently reliable performance and the durability and flexibility to maximize your production
output. Choose DeVilbiss Ransburg.
Products and Support
for the Furniture Industry
DeVilbiss Ransburg is the largest
industrial finishing equipment
manufacturer in the wood furniture
finishing market. Our product line
includes spray guns, cups, tanks,
hoses, and accessories that are
readily available through our
Diamond Partners and other
industrial dislribufors.
We would like to thank Air Power Inc.
for their assistance in the preparation
of the DeVilbiss Ransburg Wood
Furniture Finishing Equipment Guide.
We would also like tu thank AKZO Reliance Coatings Division and Lilly
Industrial Coatings, Inc., both manufacturers of complete finishing coating
systems, for their valuable input.
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The application of sap stain, toner and
overall stain establishes the base color
of the wood in preparation for the final
finish.
Sapping and Toning
Sapping, or the application of sap stain,
evens out the color variations in wood
pieces. Sap stain is generally used on
lighter areas of wood to darken it and
bring its color closer to average. In
many cases, special saps are needed to
blend a variety of woods together in the
same piece.
When done correctly, sapping equalizes
and blends the wood colors, giving the
finished piece better overall appearance
and color. When sap stain is applied
incorrectly, it can magnify variations in
wood color, as well as produce a
muddy finish. Building good habits in
operator technique helps the end result
remain consistent.
After the sapping operation, a toner is
applied to modify the color before the
application of the overall stain.
Overall Stain
The overall stain establishes the
undertone color of the piece. Consistent stain application is the most
important factor in this step. On faster
production lines, two spray operators
are used to insure better uniformity.
Care should be taken to insure that both
operators' spray techniques are the
same. If a new or unusual stain is
applied, have the supplier work with the
operators to achieve a consistent finish.
An operator may need to change spray
techniques when using a different
material.
For lacquered or painted furniture,
tinted lacquer or enamel finish can be
applied in these booths in place of sap,
toner and overall stain.
Common Terms
The following list are terms commonly
used in sapping, toning and overall
staining operations.
Smooth Coat Stain
Non-Grain Raising (NGR)
Toner
Blow-up
Equalizer
Overall Stain
Sap
Thin Stain
Shading
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Equipment Requirements
When spraying sap, toner or overall
stain, the typical fluid delivery rates
range between 4 and 10 ounces per
minute. We recommend the following
air spray and HVLP gun set-ups:
Air Spray Guns
JGV-570-705 FX (.042")
For Larger Pattern Size
MSA-501-704L FX .042M)
For Larger Pattern ize
MSA-501-35L FX (.042")
For Smaller Pattern Size
HVLP Guns
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Equipment specifications and diagrams
are on a separate fold-out found in the
back pocket of this booklet. Refer to
Diagram A for additional information
on typical set-ups and flow ranges.
We recommend the following to achieve
the finest finish quality when spraying
during sapping, toning and staining
operations:
?" CleanAir" Air Control Unit
(Choose one)
- HFRL-509, centrifugal,
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
- HFRL-512, centrifugal/coalescer
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
See page 15 for other models.
Air Hose LSpecify Length)
- H-1921 /I$ I.D. Smooth
Cover or H-1901 5/~s"I.D.
Corrugated Cover with
P-HC-4527 l/d' NPS (F) threepiece reusable swivel fitting.
Fluid Hose (Specify Length)
For Solventborne Finishes:
H-1973-1 3/8" I.D. Nyliner I I
with P-HC-4548 3/8" NPS (F)
three-piece reusable fitting.
For Waterborne Materials:
H-1973-1 3/8" I.D. Nyliner II
with P-HC-4561 3/8" NPS (F)
three-piece reusable stainless
steel swivel fitting.
Pressure Tank
(Specify Capacity)
For Solventborne Finishes:
QMGT Galvanized Tank
ASME Code) with or without
$501 2 Rotary Agitator or
PT Zinc Plated (Non-Code)
2-l/2 gallon tank with or
without Agitator.
For Waterborne/Corrosive
Materials
QMST Stainless Steel (ASME
Code) Tank with QSR-503
Reciprocating Agitator and
QMS-4010 Extra Sensitive
Fluid Regulator.
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Respirator
(size medium)
MSP-521 Dual Cartridge half-mask
silicone respirator
MSP-511 Dual Cartridge half-mask
rubber respirator
* MSP-540 Air supplied half-mask
silicone !espirator
Also available in small and large sizes.
See pages 9 to 15 for further information
on this finishing equipment.
Typical Furniture Finishing Setups
Refer to the foldout found in the back
pocket of this booklet for diagrams of
typical furniture finishing setups:
-Solventborne System with
QMGT Code Tank (see
Diagram B)
-Waterborne System with
QMST Code Tank (see
Diagram C)
Operating Tips
Operating an HVLP spray gun differs
very little from operating a conventional
air spray gun. Here are a few guidelines
to keep in mind:
Due to HVLP's higher transfer
efficiency, the fluid flow rate
must be lowered. Start with 15-25%
less than with a conventional gun.
Slower fluid flow particle velocity
requires that the gun be
held six to eight inches from
the target, compared to the
10 to 12 inch distance for
conventional guns.
Sap, toner and overall stain
procedures require similar
maintenance on both HVLP
and air spray guns. Some
general operating tips
include:
Check flow rates daily.
Clean build-up from gun tip and air
caps as required.
Do not use ball or needle valves to
adjust air pressure. Use regulator.
Always use the lowest fluid and air
pressure possible by adjusting the
fluid regulators or pot pressure.
Lubricate gun aaiiy.
Before production spraying, test for
atomization quality, pattern shape,
pattern uniformity and proper shade
or color desired.
Stainless steel equipment recommended for all NGR stains.
Aluminum wetted parts are
not recommended.
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The washcoat and sealer operations seal
the stain and provide a base for later
steps in the finishing process.
Consistent spray operations are essential
when applying washcoat and sealer. The
coats must be even. Missed areas and
streaks show up darker, especially on
softer woods.
Equipment Requirements
With washcoat or sealer, the typical fluid
delivery rates range between 10 and 30
ounces per minute. We recommend the
following air spray and HVLP gun setups:
Air Spray
JGV-570-704 FF (.055")
MSA-501-704L FF (.055")
HVLP
JGHV-5465-FF (.055")
MSV-546-4-FF (.055")
Equipment specifications and diagrams
are included on a separate fold-out found
in the back pocket of this booklet. Refer
to Diagram A for additional information
on typical gun set-ups for various fluid
flow ranges.
To achieve the finest finish quality when
spraying during washcoat and sealer
operations, we recommend the followCleanAir"Air Control Unit
(Choose one)
- HFRL-509, centrifugal,
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
- HFRL-512, centrifugakoalescer
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
See page 15 for other models.
Air Hose \Specify Length
- H-1921 /16" I.D. Smoot
Cover or H-1901 5/16" I.D.
Corrugated Cover with
P-HC-4527 '/d' NPS (F) threepiece reusable swivel fitting.
Fluid Hose (Specify Length)
For Solventborne Finishes:
H-1973-1 3/8" I.D. Nyliner I I
with P-HC-4548 3/8" NPS (F)
three-piece reusable fitting.
For Waterborne Materials:
H-1973-1 3/8" I.D. Nyliner II
with P-HC-4561 3/8" NPS (F)
three-piece reusable stainless
steel swivel fitting.
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Pressure Tank (Specify Capacity)
For Solventborne finishes:
QMGT Galvanized Tank
(ASME Code) with or without
QS-5012 Rotary Agitator or
PT Zinc Plated (Non-Code)
2-Vz gallon tank with or
without Agitator.
For Waterborne/Corrosive
Materials:
QMST Stainless Steel ASME
Code) Tank with QSR- 03
Reciprocating Agitator and
QMS-4010 Extra Sensitive
Fluid Regulator.
Respirator (size medium)
MSP-521 Dual Cartridge half-mask
silicone respirator
MSP-511 Dual Cartridge half-mask
rubber respirator
MSP-540 Air supplied half-mask
silicone respirator
Also available in small and large sizes.
See pages 9 to 15 for further information
on this finishing equipment.
Typical Furniture Finishing Setups
Refer to the foldout found in the back
pocket of this booklet for diagrams of
typical furniture finishing setups:
- Solventborne System with
QMGT Code Tank (see
Diagram B)
-Waterborne System with
QMST Code Tank (see
Diagram C)
Operating Tips
Operating an HVLP spray gun differs
very little from operating a conventional
air spray gun. Here are a few guidelines
to keep in mind:
Due to HVLP's higher
transfer efficiency, the fluid flow
rate must be lowered. Start with
1525% less than with a
conventional gun.
Slower particle velocity
requires that the gun be
held six to eight inches from
the target, compared to the
10 to 12 inch distance for
conventional guns.
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Washcoat and sealer procedures
require similar maintenance on both
HVLP and air spray guns. Some
general operating tips include:
Check flow rates daily.
Clean build-up from gun
tips and air caps as
required.
Do not use ball or needle
valves to adjust air
pressure. Use regulators.
Always use the lowest
fluid and air pressure
possible.
Lubricate gun daily.
Before production spraying, test
for atomization quality, pattern
shape, and pattern uniformity.
Use "Solvent Saver" hose and
gun cleaner to purge all catalyzed
material from fluid system before
pot life runs out. See page 12.
Stainless steel equipment
should be used for all catalyzed
and waterborne finishes.
Wiping stains provide another layer of
color. These stains also color the pores
in open grain woods. The wipecoat
should be applied liberally to prevent
"white" shadows.
Care should be taken to cover all areas
that will show such as mirror grooves,
bookcase mirror backs and the
underside of shelves.
Common Terms
The following terms are commonly
used when referring to wiping stains.
Combination Stain
Filler
Fill Glaze
Equipment Requirements
With wiping stains, the typical fluid
delivery rates range between 16 and 26
ounces per minute. We recommend
the following air spray and HVLP gun
set-ups:
Air Spray
JGV-570-704 FF (.055")
MSA-501-704L FF (.055")
HVLP
eJGHV-5285-FF (.055")for
lower fluid flow rate
JGHV-5465-FF (.055")for
higher flow rate
MSV-528-4-FF (.055")for
lower fluid flow rate
MSV-546-4-FF (.055) for
higher flow rate
Equipment specifications and diagrams
are included on a separate fold-out
found in the back pocket of this booklet.
Refer to Diagram A for additional
information on typical gun set-ups and
fluid flow ranges.
To achieve the finest finish quality when
spraying during wiping operations we
recommend the following:
C1eanAir"Air Control Unit
(Choose one)
- HFRL-509, centrifugal,
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
- HFRL-512, centrifugal/coalescer
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
See page 15 for other models.
Air Hose (Specify Length)
- H-1921 5 / ~ ~I.D." Smooth
Cover or H-1901 5/16" I.D.
Corrugated Cover with
P-HC-4527 NPS F threepiece reusable swive itting.
Fluid Hose (Specify Length)
For Solventborne Material:
H-1973-1 3/8" I.D. Nyliner I I
with P-HC-4548 3/8" NPS (F)
three iece reusable fittin .
For daterborne Materiak:
H-1973-1 3/8" I.D. Nyliner II
with P-HC-4561
3/8" NPS
three-piece reusable
stain ess
steel swivel fitting.
Pressure Tank (Specify Capacity)
For Solventborne Finishes:
QMGT Galvanized Tank
ASME Code) with or without
S-5012 Rotary Agitator or
PT Zinc Plated (Non-Code)
242 gallon tank with or
without Agitator.
For Waterborne Materials:
QMST Stainless Steel (ASME
Code) Tank with QSR-503
ReciDrocatina Aaitator and
QMS-4010 EitraSensitive
Fluid Regulator.
Respirator (size medium)
MSP-521 Dual Cartridge half-mask
silicone respirator
MSP-511 Dual Cartridge half-mask
rubber respirator
MSP-540 Air suppiiea haii-mask
silicone respirator
Also available in small and large sizes.
See pages 9 to 15 for further information
on this finishing equipment.
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Refer to the foldout found in the back
pocket of this booklet for diagrams of
typical furniture finishing setups:
- Solventborne System with
QMGT Code Tank (see
Diagram B)
-Waterborne System with
QMST Code Tank (see
Diagram C)
Operating Tips
Operating an HVLP spray gun differs
very little from operating a conventional
air spray gun. Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind:
* Due to HVLP's higher transfer
efficiency, the fluid flow rate
must be lowered. Start with
15-25% less than with a conventional gun.
Slower particle velocity
requires that the gun be
held six to eight inches from
the target, compared to the
10 to 12 inch distance for
conventional guns.
Wiping stain procedures require similar
maintenance .on both HVLP and air
spray guns. Some general operating
tips include:
Reduce atomizing air to avoid
excessive drying of the stain
before wiping.
Check flow rates daily.
Clean build-up from gun
tips and air caps as
required.
Do not use ball or needle valves
to adjust air pressure. Use
regulators.
Always use the lowest
fluid and air pressure
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Lubricate gun daily.
Before production spraying, test
for atomization quality, pattern
shape, pattern uniformity and
proper shade or coverage
desired.
Wiping stains are extremely
abrasive, causing excessive needle
and tip wear-check tips by
monitoring spray pattern and
material leakage.
Use stainless steel wetted parts on
all waterborne stains.
Highlighting Glaze
Like wiping stain, highlighting glaze
provides another layer of color and
colors the pores in open grain woods.
The highlighting glaze should be
applied liberally to prevent "white"
shadows. A highlighting glaze is
generally not wiped as "clean" as a fill
glaze, oil sealer or wiping stain.
Equipment Requirements
When applying highlighting glaze, the
typical fluid delivery rates range between
16 and 24 ounces per minute. We
recommend the following air spray and
HVLP gun set-ups:
4 Air Spray
JGV-570-704 FF (.055")
MSA-501-704L FF (.055")
4 HVLP
JGHV-5285-FF (.055") for
lower fluid flow rate or
JGHV-5465-FF (.055") for
higher fluid flow rate.
MSV-528-4-FF (.055") for
lower fluid flow rate or
MSV-546-4-FF (.055") for
higher fluid flow rate.
Equipment specifications and diagrams
are included on a separate fold-out
found in the back pocket of this booklet.
Refer to Diagram A for additional
information on typical gun set-ups and
fluid flow range.
To achieve the finest finish quality when
spraying during highlighting operations,
we recommend the following:
4 C1eanAir'"Air Control Unit
(Choose one)
- HFRL-509, centrifugal,
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
- HFRL-512, centrifugal/coalescer
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
See page 15 for other models.
4 Air Hose (Specify Length)
- H-I921 5/16" I.D. Smooth
Cover or H-1901 5/16" I.D.
Corrugated Cover with
P-HC-4527 '/,$ NPS F threepiece reusable swive itting.
4 Fluid Hose (Specify Length)
Far Solventborne Material:
H-1973-1 %" I.D. Nyliner II
with P-HC-4548 3/8" NPS (F)
three- iece reusable fittin .
Far &terbarne Material:
H-1973-1 3/s" I.D. Nyliner II
with P-HC-4561
three-piece reusable
stain ess
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steel swivel fitting.
4 Pressure Tank (Specify Capacity)
Far Solventborne Finishes:
lMGT Galvanized Tank
ASME Code) with or without
$5012 Rotary Agitator or
PT Zinc Plated (Non-Code)
2-% gallon tank with or
without Agitator.
for Waterborne Materials:
QMST Stainless Steel (ASME
Code) Tank with QSR-503
Reciprocating Agitator and
QMS-4010 Extra Sensitive
Fluid Regulator.
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4 Respirator (size medium)
MSP-521 Dual Cartridge half-mask
silicone respirator
MSP-511 Dual Cartridge half-mask
rubber respirator
MSP-540 Air supplied half-mask
silicone respirator
Also available in small and large sizes.
See pages 9 to 15 for further information
on this finishing equipment.
Typical Furniture Finishing Setups
Refer to the foldout found in the back
pocket of this booklet for diagrams of
typical furniture finishing setups:
-Solventborne System with
QMGT Code Tank (see
Diagram 6)
-Waterborne System with
QMST Code Tank (see
Diagram C)
Operating Tips
Operating an HVLP spray gun differs
very little from operating a conventional
air spray gun. Here are a few guidelines
to keep in mind:
Due to HVLP's higher transfer
efficiency, the fluid flow rate
must be lowered. Start with 15-25%
less than with a conventional gun.
Slower particle velocity requires
that the gun be held six to eight
inches from the target,
compared to the 10 to 12 inch
distance for conventional guns.
Highlighting with glaze procedures
require similar maintenance on both
HVLP and air spray guns. Some general
operating tips include:
4 Reduce atomizing air.
4 Check flow rates daily.
4 Clean build-up from gun tips and air
caps as required.
4 Do not use ball or needle valves
to adjust air pressure. Use
regulators.
Always use the lowest fluid and air
pressure possible.
Lubricate gun daily.
Before production spraying, test for
atomization quality, pattern shape,
pattern uniformity and proper shade
or coverage desired.
Glaze is extremely abrasive,
causing excessive needle and tip
wear-check tips by monitoring
spray pattern and material leakage.
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Topcoat lacquer Frovides build,
rotection and brings out the beauty of
h!e wood and the finishing technique.
It is very important when applying
topcoat lacquer that the spray gun fluid
ressure and atomization pressure for
h!e gun is properly established. The
correct fluid and air pressure provide
the most efficient application in relation
to product size, speed of the conveyor
and load. In addition, take care that the
proper tips and needles are always used.
Common Terms
The followin terms are also used when
referring t o tYle application of topcoat
lacquer.
II Lacquer
II Clear Coats
II Finish
II Topcoats
Equipment Requirements
When topcoating with lacquer,
the typical fluid delivery rates range
between 20 and 30 ounces per minute.
We recommend the following air spray
and HVLP gun set-ups:
II Air Spray
JGV-570-704 FF (.055")
MSA-501-704L FF (.055")
Color lacquer only:
JGV-570-765 FF (.055)
JGV-570-797 FF (.055")
MSA-501-264L FF (.055")
H HVLP
JGHV-5465-FF (.055")
MSV-546-4-FF (.055")
Equipment specifications and diagrams
are included on a separate fold-out found
in the back pocket of this booklet. Refer
to Diagram A for additional information
on typical gun set-ups and fluid flow
range.
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spraying during to coat
recommend the fo lowing:
H CleanAir" Air Control Unit
(Choose one)
HFRL-509, centrifugal,
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
HFRL-512, centrifugal/coalescer
2 regulated, 1 main, 80 CFM
See page 15 for other models.
IIAir Hose !Specify Length)
- H-1921 /16" I.D. Smooth
Cover or H-1901 V16" I.D.
Corrugated Cover with
P-HC-4527 I/d' NPS F threepiece reusable swive itting.
H Fluid Hose (Specify Length)
For Solventborne Material:
H-1973-1 3/s" I.D. Nyliner II
with P-HC-4548 V8" NPS (F)
three-piece reusable fitting.
For Waterborne Materials:
H-1973-1 3/8" I.D. Nyliner II
with P-HC-4561
3/8" NPS
three-piece reusable
stain(IF'
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steel swivel fitting.
H Pressure Tank
(Specify Capacity)
For Solventborne Finishes:
QMGT Galvanized Tank
ASME Code) with or without
S-5012 Rotary Agitator or
PT Zinc Plated (Non-Code)
242 gallon tank with or
without Agitator.
For Waterborne Materials:
QMST Stainless Steel ASME
Code) Tank with QSR-!j 03
Reciprocating Agitator and
QMS-4010 Extra Sensitive
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See pages 9 to 15 for further information on this finishing equipment.
Typical Furniture Finishing Setups
Refer to the foldout found in the back
pocket of this booklet for diagrams of
typical furniture finishing setups:
- Solventborne System with
QMGT Code Tank (see
Diagram B)
-Waterborne S stem with
QMST Code 6 n k (see
Diagram C)
Operating Tips
Operating an HVLP s ray gun differs
very little from opera ing a conventional
air spray gun. Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind:
Due to HVLP's higher transfer
efficiency, the fluid flow rate must be
lowered. Start with 15-25% less than
with a conventional gun.
Slower particle velocity !equjres that
the gun be held six to eight inches
from the target, compared to the 10
to 12 inch distance for conventional
guns.
Topcoating with lacquer procedures
re uire similar maintenance on both
HQLP and air spray guns. Some
general operating tips include:
II Material should be monitored by
uniformity of mil thickness.
II Use "Solvent Saver" hose and gun
cleaner to pur e all catalyzed
material and a\ wiping stain from
fluid system before pot life runs
out. See page 12.
II Reduce atomizing air.
II Check flow rates daily.
II Clean build-up from gun tips and air
caps as required.
II Do not use ball or needle valves to
adjust air pressure. Use regulators.
IIAlways use the lowest fluid and air
pressure gossible.
II Lubricate gun daily.
II Before production spraying, test for
atomization quality, pattern sha e,
pattern uniformity and propers ade
or coverage desired.
IITopcoat can be extremely abrasive
and corrosive if catal zed, causing
excessive needle an ip wearcheck tips by monitorin spray
pattern and material lea age.
II Use stainless steel wetted arts for
catalyzed and waterborne (nishes.
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Swcking and Shading
Specking and shading simulate natural
imperfections in the wood to enhance
the beauty of the finished piece. In this
operation, a decorator or touch-up gun
is used to apply contrasting colors to
the natural wood grain.
Common Terms
The following terms are also used to
describe shading operations.
Decorating
Fly Specking
Equipment Requirements
Shading operations typically have a
fluid delivery rate range between 3 and
10 ounces per minute. We recommend
the MSA-501-35L FX (.042"); a
compact gun for shading, blending and
touch-up.
Specking operations have a typical fluid
delivery rate range between 2 and 6
ounces per minute. We recommend
the MSA-5016 decorator gun.
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Operating Tips
Some general operating tips include:
Set fluid pressure for either gun
at a maximum of 12 psi.
H Specking requires the use
of extra sensitive
QMS-4010 for precise
regulation of fluid pressure.
H To maintain speck size, reduce fluid
and air pressure to the MSA-5016
gun.
Check flow rates daily.
H Clean build-up from gun tips and air
caps as required.
H Do not use ball or needle valves to
adjust air pressure. Use regulators.
H Always use the lowest fluid and air
pressure possible.
H Lubricate gun daily.
H Before production spraying, test for
atomization quality, pattern shape,
pattern uniformity and proper shade
or coverage desired.
ReDair
At the repair station, operators repair
finishing defects that have occurred in
the production finishing line. This
booth can be either in- or off-line,
depending on the design of the
finishing operation.
Equipment Requirements
When repairing a finish, the typical fluid
delivery rates range between 4 and 8
ounces per minute. We recommend
the following air spray and HVLP gun
set-ups:
II HVLPGun
JGHV- 5285-FX (.042")
MSV-528-4-FX (.042")
II Air Spray Gun
JGV-570-704-FX (.042")
MSA-501-704L-FX (.042")
MSA-501-30-EX
II Air Spray Gun and Cup
JGV-570-30 EX
TLC-555 (one-quart Teflonlined cup)
II HVLP Suction Feed Gun & Cup
JGHV-530-57D
TLC-555
HVLP Touch Up Gun and Cup
EGHV-530-395 F (.040")
TGS-503 (8-ounce
polyethylene cup)
IIAir Spray Touch UP Gun
with Cup
EGA-502-390 F (.042") with
TGS-503 (8-ounce '
Polyethylene cup)
MSA-501-35L FX (.042") with
TLC-555 (one-quart, Teflonlined cup)
2 Quart Remote Pressure Cups
KB-555 Aluminum
(12-25 psi)
KB-525 Aluminum
(15-50 psi)
KB-5454s (12-25 psi)
KB-515-SS (15-50 psi)
HVLP Gun with One-Quart
Stainless Steel Pressure Cup
JGHV-608
II Air Spray 1 Quart Suction Cup
TGC-545 (Aluminum)
TLC-555 (Teflon-lined)
TSC-595 (Stainless Steel)
All of the set-ups in this guide are
based on years of experience -those
years have also shown us that not all
situations can be addressed in the
same manner. If you have concerns
about applying these set-ups to your
furniture finishing operation, contact
your De Vilbiss Ransburg distributor.
Guns and Accessories
Commonly used guns, cups and
accessories for the wood furniture
industry.
JGHV-5285 (VPM) or
JGH 11-5465 (Maximum Performer)
The V3 is the hallmark HVLP manual
s ray gun. It has the feel of the popular,
c assic JGA spray gun, yet it’s even
lighter and better balanced. The
superior HVLP atomization and
performance of the V3 is even further
enhanced by the “Maximum
Performer”-the HVLP air cap, baffle
and lapped tip and needle set, for low
V.O.C. materials and higher fluid flows.
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JGV-570. Standard model conventional
air spray gun with stainless steel fluid
passages. Use with all types of finishes
including water soluble materials and
NGR stains. Special carbolloy fluid tips
and needles are available for use with
abrasive glazes.
JGHVSucfion Feed HVLPgun & cu
The JGHV-530-57D suction feed H d b
gun is ideal for lower production pe
ap lications, especially where mu tiple
co ors are required. It can be used with
any of the three ty es of one-quart aint
cups: the [email protected] lined, tRe
TGC-545 aluminirm, or the TSC-595
stainless steel.
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EGH V-530 H VLP
Touch UpDetail Spray Gun.
The EGHV is designed for comfort and
control. The long taper fluid needle and
top mounted trigger give precise
control for the most exacting detail and
touch-up work.
The EGHV’s drop-forged, high strength
aluminum alloy gun body is strong and
durable. Weighing only 7.5 ounces, the
gun is made for hours of fatigue-free
precision painting.
MSA-5076. Also known as the Decorator Model. Use this conventional air
spray gun to apply decorative finishes.
Optional caps include a round pattern
spatter cap for fine textured blending,
shading or misting; or a veiling cap.
Gun Lube
SSL-70. Specially formulated lubricant
to improve performance and extend the
life of spraying and mixing equipment.
Contains no silicones or petroleum
distillates to contaminate paint and
coatings.
MSA-507 Combines all the features and
benefits of a full-size conventional spray
gun into a perfectly balanced, lightweight
compact model. The MSA replacement
parts are completely interchangeable
with standard spray guns and uses either
JGA or JGV air caps and fluid tips.
Available as a pressure or suction feed
model.
MSV-507 This perfectly balanced,
lightweight compact model performs like
WR-703 Gun Wrench. Contains all
the full-size V3 HVLP spray gun. The
necessary tip, hose and nut sizes used
MSV replacement parts are completely
interchangeable with Standard V3 HVLP on or with gun.
guns, air caps and tips included.
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EGA-502. The EGA-502 conventional air
spray gun is the gun ofchoice for
recision spraying ap lications such as
Pouch-up, shading, ecf ing and detail
decorating. The gunkgong needle taper
DGC-502 Duster Gun. Compact design
makes detail work easy, while the
forefin er trigger gives operators added and durable construction make this
contro for delicate touch-up applications. duster gun ideal for dusting applications
and surface preparation after sanding.
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The HVLP “Maximum Performer” is
designed to maximize the potential of
the DeVilbiss Ransburg HVLP spray
guns. The specially developed “Maximum Performer” includes:
“Maximum Performer” Air Capspecifically for the application of
low V.O.C. materials (3.7 Ibs. or
less) and higher flow rates (13
oz./min. or more).
“Maximum Performer” Lapped Tip
and Needle Set- helps ensure
leak-free operation.
“Maximum Performer” Bafflereduces air pressure to a 10 psi
maximum at 50 psi inlet.
Available as a factory assembled model
or as a conversion package for existing
HVLP Guns.
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Tanks and CUDS
PT Series.
Pressure Feed Tanks
Pressure Cups
Suction Feed CURS
PT-500 Series. An economical, high
performance (non-ASME) pressure
tank. Low profile tank design accepts
U.S. and Canadian one-gallon shipping
containers.
Wetted parts are zinc-plated carbon
steel (shell, pick-up tube and lid);
aluminum (propeller); chrome-plated
brass (fluid outlet fitting and nipple).
KB-575-SS. A two-quart stainless steel
pressure cup for higher flow/air spray
application of corrosive materials.
(0-60 psi)
KB-5454s. A two-quart stainless steel
pressure cup for low flow/HVLP
application of corrosive materials.
Use with NGR stains or other mildly
corrosive finishes such as waterborne
formulas.
TLC-555. A one-quart aluminum cup
with Teflon lining. Designed for suction
feed, air spray applications.
TGC-545. A one-quart aluminum cup
with a two-position lid design. Set in
the first position it is a drip-free cup; set
in the second position, it is a conventional suction feed cup. (0-30 psi)
PT-570 Series. A single-regulation tank
that can be converted to dual-regulation
units by adding PT-413 air regulator
assembly kit.
PT-520 Series. Utilizes a powerful and
smooth-running air driven motor to
turn the agitator to provide a professional and continuous paint mixing.
PT-520 can be converted to a dual
regulation unit by adding PT-413 air
regulator assembly kit.
PT-530. For use with HVLP (high
volume, low pressure) outfits. Maximum working pressure 30 p.s.i.
KB-525. A two-quart aluminum
pressure cup for higher flow/air spray
applications.
KB-555. A two-quart aluminum
pressure cup for low flow/HVLP
applications.
Use with standard, non-corrosive
finishing materials such as clear lacquer
topcoats.
TSC-597. A one-quart stainless steel
pressure cup for HVLP applications.
Designed for use with water base NGR
stains and exempt halogenated solvents.
TGS-503.A lightweight 8 oz. polyethylene cup for use with EGA and EGHV
Guns. Available in clear engineered
resin (TGS-501) or transluscent
Polyethylene (TGS-503).
TSC-595. A 'one-quart stainless steel
suction feed cup for conventional air
spray or suction feed HVLP applications.
ASMECode Pressure Tanks
UMS Stainless Steel Tanks for Waterborne Finishes
QMS tanks are all constructed of 303 and 304 grade stainless
steel. Following fabrication, the tank shell and lid are
“electropolished”. This process smooths and cleans the
surface anodically in a bath of concentrated acid, which
“passivates” the stainless steel surfaces against corrosion and
removes metal impurities or residue that may contaminate
painting material. Agitator paddles are molded from glass-filled
nylon, which does not react with paint material. So QMS tanks
are truly compatible with corrosive, waterborne, and acid
catalyzed materials, as well as those containing halogenated
hydrocarbons. Plus, all electropolished surfaces are bright and
smooth, making them easy to clean.
UMG Galvanized Steel Tanks for Solventborne Finishes
QMG tanks are galvanized steel with heavy pressed steel lid
and forged steel clamps. Primarily used with noncorrosive
materials, QMG tanks have ports for both bottom‘and top
fluid outlets. Bottom outlet recommended for heavy viscous
materials, such as emulsified asphalts, cut-back asphalts,
rubber compounds, etc. To convert top to bottom outlet,
order separate accessory kits.
UMG and UMS Tank Features
Built to ASME safety specifications and comply with OSHA
Lid disassembles easily-no special tools required. tasy to
Federal Safety Regulations.
service and clean.
360-degree clamping area makes tank easy to close.
Improved quick-and-easy agitator mounting,
Short two-gallon size offers more stability.
Polyethylene semi-rigid liner included with each 2-, 5 ,and
10-gallon tank. (Top outlet models.)
Two-gallon tank accepts standard one-gallon U S . or
Imperial shipping containers.
Welded couplings in lid prevent air leakage.
Five-gallon tank accepts standard five-gallon container.
Thiokol” lid gasket standard with rubber or [email protected]
options. (Thiokol handles most conventional so1veiits.j
Ail tanks ported to take bottom outlet.
Insert containers in either stainless steel or template
Extended skirt and access holes for simple, economical
construction
available in all sizes.
bottom outlet conversion. (Dollieshisers not required.)
All models available fully assembled by the factory.
5 through 15 gallon tanks are FM approved.
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Pressure Tanks and Solvent Saver
Solvent Savers" Hose/Gun Cleaners
MSP-521
Dualcartrid e
Half-Mask, !ize Medium
Silicone Respirator
OS-5012 Air Motor Drive.
Standard duty, smooth running with
gear reducer, '/4 hp, 15:l ratio, 20 to
120 RPM. Includes throttling valve,
fittings and hose for connection to air
supply on tank lid. Air consumption:
Approximately 6 CFM at 50 RPM.
Also available:
QS-5013 Heavy Duty ' h H.P. Air
Motor Drive
QSR-503 Reciprocating Air Motor
Drive, Ensures excellent agitation while
using 50% less air than rotary-type air
motors. Unique design eliminates
foaming with waterborne finishes.
Air and Fluid Ball Valves.VA-542 air
inlet shut-off valve and VA-540 fluid
outlet shut-off valve for ease and
convenience of attaching air and fluid
Solvent Savers" Hose/Gun Cleaners
Simple easy-to-use cleaners speed up
equipment cleaning and save solvent,
reducing V.O.C. emissions. Operate
with compressed air. Provide finely
atomized blast of solvent traveling
through fluid passages of spray guns,
hoses, etc. Metering permits varying
airholvent mix. Equipped with safety
valve. l/411 NPS (M) air and Vtl" NPS (M)
fluid connections.
HD-503. A two-quart aluminum hose
and gun cleaner. Uses the same wide
mouth, wide base design as the KB II
cups.
OMGZand OMSZ. Two, five, ten and
fifteen gallon hose and gun
cleaners. Both products are ASMEcode approved. QMGZ is made of
galvanized materials while QMSZ is
stainless steel.
PTZ-502. A two-and-one-half gallon
aluminum hose and gun cleaner. Uses
the economical PT type pressure
tank design.
OMS-4010. Air Regulator Assembly.
Extra sensitive gauge and regulator are
perfect for applications requiring
extremely sensitive non-fluctuating low
pressure control.
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MSP-511
Dual Cartridge
Half-Mask, Size Medium
Rubber Respirator
MSP-540
Air Supplied
Half-Mask, Size Medium
Silicone Respirator
Also availabrle in small and large sizes.
Tank Capacity
Part Number
Kit of
2-Gal.
2-Gal.
5-Gal.
IO-Gal.
PT-52-K10
PT-52-KEO
PTL-406-K20
PTL-410-K8
10
80
20
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Hose Select ion
lssemblies and Connections
Hose Selection
Spray gun performance depends on
receiving air and fluid at specified
pressures and in adequate volume.
Because hose can be the weakest link in
finishing application, DeVilbiss
Ransburg offers a broad spectrum of
high quality, production proven hose to
provide the strongest link in any
application.
Most DeVilbiss Ransburg hose is
identified with the Ransburg name,
hose number, hose size and working
pressure, so you can be sure of
purchasing the proper hose required for
your application.
AIR HOSf/ALL STATIONS
P-HC-4527
3 Piece Reusable Fitting
1/4" NPS (F) Swivel
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H-19015/76"l.O. RIBBED
H-1!7215/76"l.O. SMOOTH
FLUID HOSE/ALL STATIONS
For Solventborne Finishes
P- HC-4548
3 Piece. Reusable Fitting
3 / 8 NPS (F) Swivel
A
H-1973-13/81.0. NYLINER
FLUID HOSE/ALL STATIONS
For Waferborne Materials
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P-HC-4561
3 Piece Reusable Fitting
3/8" NPS (F) Swivel
Stainless Steel
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H-1973-13/8"1.0. NYLINER
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Hose and Connection
1) Sleeve
2) Compression Ring
3) Connection Body
4) Female Swivel
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Hose Construction
DeVilbiss Ransburg hose has three
components: tube (A), reinforcement
(B), and cover (C).
A) The tube is the interior flexible artery
that carries air or liquid from one end of
the hose to the other.
B) Reinforcement adds strength to the
hose. It is located between tube and
cover and can combine many types of
reinforcement designs and materials.
These designs and materials determine a
hose's pressure rating, flexibility,
coupling retention, and kink and stretch
resistance.
C) The cover is the outer skin of the
hose. It protects the reinforcement by
preventing contact with oils, moisture,
chemicals and abrasive surfaces. The
cover does not contribute to hose
performance characteristics. DeVilbiss
Ransburg uses red compounded covers
to identify air and water hoses, gray
covers to identify static grounded air
hoses, and black covers to identify low
pressure fluid hoses. Orange covers
identify high pressure fluid hoses. Most
covers carry the DeVilbiss Ransburg
imprint with hose part number and rated
maximum working pressure listed.
Hose Selection
Air Hose for All Stations
Fluid Hose for All Stations
H-1921 5/is"I. 0. Smooth Cover Air
Hose with P-HC-4527 1/4" NPS (F)
three-piece reusable swivel fittings.
Tube: Synthetic rubber compound.
H-1973-13/8"l.D. Nyliner I1 with
P-HC-4548 3/8" NPS (F) three-piece
reusable swivel fittings.
Excellent oil and water resistance.
Cover: Brick red color synthetic rubber
compound with superior resistance to
oil, weathering, ozone and abrasion.
Reinforcement: High tensile strength
braid, specially designed for maximum
flexibility (under pressure) and
maximum coupling retention.
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Tube:Nylon. Cover:Neoprene rubber.
Reinforcement: High tensile strength yarn.
H-1973-1 3/8"l. 0. Nyliner I1 with
P-HC-4561 3/8 "NPS (F) three-piece
reusable stainless steel swivel fittings.
Tube: Nylon Cover: Neoprene rubber.
Reinforcement: High-te nsile strength
H-1901 5/16"/.D. Ribbed Cover Air
Hose with P-HC-4527 '/4" NPS (F)
three-piece reusable swivel fitting.
PLH-NP-6 3/8" 1.0. N Ion Tubing with
PLH-38384s 3/8 NbS F) three-piece
reusable stainless stee swivel fitfing.
Tube: Seamless extruded construction.
yarn.
Same as H-1921, but has corrugated
cover.
Inside and outside dimensions held to
close tolerances. Translucent white
color.
Hose Connection Features
Constructed of highest quality
material
Reusable
Close tolerances assure superior
hose retention
Superior corrosion resistance
Rugged construction assures
maximum durability and reliability
Recommended Furniture Finishina Bulk Hose Chart
Bulk Hose
Number
Maximum
Working
Pressure (mil
Feet per
Reel
Approx. Shipping
Weight Based on
Feet Rer Reel
Hose Weight
Der 100 Feet
Cover
TvRe
Sizes Available
1.0.
U.D.
Smooth
Air
5/16"
5/8"
H-1921
250
500-700
92 Ibs.
13.8 Ibs.
Corrugated
Air
5/16"
518"
H-1901
250
500-700
92 Ibs.
13.8 Ibs.
3/8"
iiii6"
H-1973-i
5OG
400-650
90.5 Ibs.
i 5 Ibs.
3/8"
1/2"
PLH-NP-6
250
500
24 Ibs.
4.8 Ibs.
Neoprene
Rubber
Nylon
AirIFluid
318"
3/8"
3/8"
11/16"
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11/16"
1/2N
H-1973-1
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H-1973-1
PLH-NP-6
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3/8" NPS
318" NPS
3/8"NPS
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250
P-HC-4548
P-HC-4561
PLH-3838-SS
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250
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S.S.
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CleanAir’”Air Control Systems
CleanAiJ“
Air Control Systems
DeVilbiss Ransburg CleanAirTMAir
Control Systems gives you clean, dry
dependable air all of the time through a
high capacity, filtering system. The
centrifugal stage creates a “tornado”like swirling action that flings water
droplets to the sides of the bowl, where
they collect in a baffled “quiet zone” at
the bottom of the bowl. An automatic
drain removes the moisture buildup
when the level reaches a certain point.
The five-micron particulate filter
removes any dirt particles or oil which
may still be in the air. Then, as air enters
the highly efficient coalescer, it is filtered
through a borosilicate glass microfiber
filter. This filter effectively traps fine oil
mists, oil aerosols, and microscopic
particles down to .01 micron.
Shown above:
HFRL-509 Centrifugal
(2 reaulated, 1 main, 80 CFMl
Also available:
HFRL-508 1 regulated, 1 main, 50 CFM)
HFRL-511 14 regulated, 1 main, 120 CFM)
Shown above:
HAF-503 (150 CFM ) and HAF-502
HFRL-512 centrifugal/coalescer
(100 CFM) nonregulated air filters
provide high capacity filtering.
(2 reaulated. 1 main, 80 CFM)
Also available:
HFRL-513 (4 regulated, 1 main, 120 CFM)
Air entering the filter is swirled to
remove moisture which collects in the
baffled “quiet zone”. Smaller impurities
are filtered out by the reusable 5 micron
filter. Accumulated liquid is carried
away by the automatic drain.
Finish Guard
Disposable In-line Filter (patented)
A final line of defense in further reducing
any possible contaminants in furniture
finishing operations is the Finish Guard
In-line Filter. The disposable air line filter
is mounted to the base of the spray gun
to remove any remaining water and oil,
even dirt and rust, from the air line.
No tools are.neededto remove the
quick-release bowl or change the easy
spin-off 5 micron filter element.
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1. Back fluid adjusting screw on spray Qunout
to first thread.
2. Increase air pressure and rebalance
gun.
1. Inadequate material flow.
Starved spray pattern
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atomization air pressure
(suction feed).
LOW
Unable to form round spray pattern
1. Decrease air pressure.
2. Reduce to proper consistency.
1. Air pressure too high.
2. Material not properly reduced
(suction feed).
3. Gun tip too far from work surface.
4. Gun motion too fast.
5 Giin nut of adiustment.
1. Too much atomization air pressure.
2. Gun too far from work surface.
3. Improper stroking (arcing, gun motion
3. Adjust to proper distance.
4. Slow down.
5. Adiust.
I . Reduce pressure.
2. Adjust to proper distance.
3. Move at moderate pace, parallel to work
surface.
1. Remix properly.
2. Reduce pressure.
1. Check air line.
2. increase fluid pressure at tank.
tnn fast)
Too much. or too fast-dwina thinner.
Too much'atomization aii pressure.
No pressure at gun.
Fluid pressure too low (with internal
mix cap and pressure tank).
3. Fluid tip not open enough.
4. Fluid too heavy (suction feed).
5. Internal mix caD used with suction feed.
1. Horn holes plugged.
2. Obstruction
on too or bottom of fluid tiD.
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3. Cap and /or tip seat dirty.
1. Left or right side horn holes plugged.
2. Dirt on left or riaht side of fluid tio.
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2.
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2.
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Open fluid adjusting screw.
Reduce fluid or change to pressure feed.
Change to external air cap.
Clean. Ream with non-metaliic Doint.
Clean
Clean.
Clean. Ream with non-metailic point.
Clean.
Determine if the obstruction is on the air cap or,the fluid tip. Do this by making
if the defect is inverted, obstructim IS on the air cap. 2) If the defect SI not
with #600 sand paper. 3) Check for dried paint just inside the opening.
Remove paint by washing with solvent.
1. Balance air and fluid pressure.
Reduce spray pattern width with spreader
adjustment valve.
2. Thin or lower fluid flow.
3. Adjust.
4. Increase pressure.
5. Thin to proper consistency.
1. Back out counter clockwise to achieve
proper flow.
2. Reduce at transformer or gun.
3. Increase fluid pressure (increases gun
handling speed).
1. Tighten, but do not bind needle.
2. Replace packing or lubricate.
I. Lubricate.
2. Clean.
3. Replace.
4. Replace.
5. Replace.
6. ReDbCe.
1. Adjust.
2. Replace tip and needle with lapped sets.
3. Clean.
4. Replace.
5. Replace.
6. Lubricate.
7. Adjust.
1. Fluid pressure too high for atomization air
(pressure feed).
Center-heavy spray pattern
2. Material flow exceeds air cap's capacity.
3. Spreader adjustment valve set too low.
4. Atomizing pressure too low.
5. Material too thick.
1. Fluid adjusting knob turned in too far.
Split spray pattern
2. Atomization air pressure too high.
3. Fluid ptessure too low (pressure feed only)
1. Packing nut loose.
2. Packing worn or dry.
1. Sticking air valve stem.
2. Foreign matter on air valve or seat.
3. Worn or damaged air valve or seat.
4. Broken air valve spring.
5. Bent valve stem.
6. Air valve gasket damaged or missing.
1. Packing nut too tight.
2. Fluid tip or needle worn or damaged.
3. Foreign matter in tip.
4. Fluid needle spring broken.
5. Wrong size needle or tip.
6. Dry packing.
7. Fluid adjusting knob is backed off too far.
Fluid leaking from packing unit
Air leaking from front of gun
feed gun
1. Refill
2. Hold more upright.
3. Backflush with solvent.
4. Tighten or replace.
Material level too low.
Container tipped too far.
Obstruction in fluid passage.
Loose or broken fluid tube or fluid inlet
nipple.
5. Loose or damaged fluid tiplseat.
6. Dry or loose fluid needle packing nut.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Jerky, fluttering spray
5. Adjust or replace
6. Lubricate or tighten.
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8. Containertipped too far.
9. Air vent in cup clogged.
10. Loose, damaged or dirty lid.
11. Dry or loose fluid needle packing.
12. Fluid tube resting on cup bottom.
13. Damaged gasket behind fluid tip.
(Suction Feed only)
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7. Thin or replace.
8. Hold more upright.
9. Clear vent passage.
IO. Tighten,replace or clean coupling nut.
11. Lubricate or tighten packing nut.
12. Tighten or shorten.
13. Replace gasket.
U.S. Offices
ATLANTASouthern Regional Sales
520 Wharton Circle
P.O.Box 43226
Atlanta, GA 30336
(404) 696-4988
FAX: (404) 505-3345
Distributed By:
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LOS ANGELESDistribution Center
12878 E. Florence Avenue
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
(310) 944-1111
FAX (310) 944-5786
TOLEDOHeadquarters and Northern Regional Sales
1724 Indian Wood Circle, Suite F
Maumee, OH 43537
(419) 891 -8200
FAX: (41 9) 891 -8205
Canadian Offices
MAIN LOCATION
P.O. Box 2300
Barrie, Ontario L4M 6K1
rads
705) 728-5533
AX: (705) 721 -5533
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For Technical Assistance Call
1-800-DEV-4448 (Continental USA Only)
DeVilbiss Ransburg
Industrial Coating Equipment
An Illinois Tool Works Company
Maumee. Ohio 43537
DeVilbiss Ransburg
Spray Equipment
A Division of ITW Canada, Inc.
Barrie, Ontario L4M 6K1
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RANSBURG
INDUS'IRIAL COATING lQUlPYfNT
Form I -236A 8/93 Litho U.S.A. 0 1993 DeVilbiss Ransburg Industrial Coating Equipment. All rights reserved. Models and specificationssubject to chinge
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The Ultimate in Clean Air
An otherwise great paint finish can be
totally ruined by the presence of just a
small amount of dirt, water or oil in the
air line. The resulting fisheyes, pinholes, blushing or dulling mean a job
has to be redone - a waste of both
time and money.
DeVilbiss Ransburg offers a complete
line of filtering units to eliminate water,
oil, and solid particulates - all to
ensure contaminant-free material
application. And today’s high solids
and waterbornes are even more
sensitive to these contaminants.
There are four types of filtering units
available from DeVilbiss Ransburg:
centrifugal, coalescing, a three-stage
desiccant, and a final in-line. Refer to
information chart (below) for details.
The Importance of Proper Installation
Besides the installation of quality
equipment, following a few basic
principles can greatly decrease the
risk of contaminates:
As air compressors are designed to
idle 50% of the time, an overworked
compressor can produce a significant
amount of dirt and oil into your system.
Use an air compressor large enough to
meet your needs. If you require
assistance, call DeVilbiss Air Compressor Products at (705) 728-5657.
Proper piping is very important to a
finishing operation. When not piped
properly, condensation quickly forms
within the pipeline to contaminate the
air supply. For more information on
piping a facility, refer to our service
bulletin: SB-6-145.
Additional
Recommendations
Use the disposable HAF-507 Finish
Guard’Min-line filter for insurance
against condensed water in your air
hose.
Use a centrifugal filter
(HAF-502 or HAF-503) upstream
of coalescing filter to remove
majority of water, oil, dirt particulate.
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Not intended for continuous
use. Use “Installation Qualification
Form” DI-5005 to determine
suitability of DAD-501 for application.
Filter life is approximately 10 days if
used downstream of wall-mounted
air filtration system.
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DeVilbiss Ransburg CleanAir centrifugal units are excellent for eliminating
moisture and dirt from an air supply.
Our CleanAir units supply cleaner, drier
air to each spray gun in a system, and
even pneumatic tools (cleaner air
increases tool life).
Water can condense even in the driest
air, especially in high pressure
systems. The DeVilbiss Ransburg
CleanAir unit creates a “tornado”-like
swirling action, flinging water droplets
to the sides of the bowl, where they
collect in a baffled “quiet zone” at the
bottom of the bowl.
An automatic drain removes the
moisture buildup in the bowl,
eliminating daily bowl draining. The five
micron filter element removes any dirt
particles or oil which may still be in the
air. The quick release filter bowl and
spin-off filter element allow one minute
filter changes with no tools. Optional
mounting brackets are available.
The large air inlet and outlet, plus large
internal air Dassaaes, minimize
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Service Literature:
SB-6-146: HAF-502, HFRL-508
SB-6-148-A: HAF-503, HFRL-509,
HFRL-511
Reg. Outlet
@ 25 CFM
De Vilbiss Ransburo
HAR-507 I HAR-506
Brand
“B”
4 0 PSI
11.9 PSI
2.1 PSI I 9.3 PSI
60PSI
14.0 PSI
4.5 PSI
10.2 PSI
75PSI
15.5 PSI
5.0 PSI
11.5 PSI
* All tests were done with 90 PSI at inlet of regulator.
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HAF-6
Filter Element Kit (5 mic. reusable)
Air Filter Included
Quantity Air Regulators
Air Regulator Model
Air Gauoes 0-100 PSI
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Air Gauaes 0-160 PSI
Shipping Weight
I 1 Ib, 7 oz.
Optional Mounting Bracket
I HAF-407
HAF-15
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3 Ibs, 1 oz.
HAF-408
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HAF-502
HAF-15
HAF-503
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HAR-506
1
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9 Ibs..
HAF-407
HAR-507
1
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15 Ibs.
HAF-408
HAF-15
Large air inlet and outlet, plus large internal air
~ ~ ~ - 5 0 3passages, minimize pressure drop. No tools are
needed to remove the quick release bowl or change
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the easy spin-off 5 micron filter element. Order
HAR-507
replacement filter element from chart at left.
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HAF-408
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DeVilbiss Ransburg CleanAir coalescer
filters incorporate the latest in air line
filtering technology. The primary function
of the coalescer is to remove water, dirt,
and oil from the system - down to
.01 micron.
Oil, water, and dirt usually enter the air
supply as the air is expelled from the
compressor. As air enters the highly
efficient coalescer, it is filtered through a
borosilicate glass microfiber filter. This
filter effectively traps fine oil mists, oil
aerosols, and microscopic particles
down to .01 micron.
The filter element is also equipped with
a filter-change indicator. The indicator,
visible at the top of the housing, changes
from green to red to alert the operator
when the element is overloaded and
requires changing.
An automatic bowl drain, complete with
a 6' drain hose, eliminates oil and water
buildup inside the bowl.
Like the centrifugal filter, the coalescer
features a quick-release bowl and
spin-off element for filter changes without
tools, plus large air passages for minimal
pressure drop. An optional mounting
bracket (HAF-408) is available.
The HAF-508 is the coalescer filter only.
In combination with the separator unit,
there are three choices -the HAF-509
non-regulatedunit and the two regulated
models.
Service Literature:
SB-6-148-A
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Coalescer Filter-Element (01 mic.)
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Quaintitv, Air Reaulators
Air Regulator ModelI
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Air Gauaes 0-100 PSI
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Shipping Weight
Optional Mounting Bracket
HAF-38
3 Ibs., 2 02.
HAF-408
HAF-38
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HAF-38
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HAR-507
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HAR-507
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Desiccanf Air Dtying System
The three-stage desiccant unit
combines centrifugal, coalescing and
desiccant filtration to provide the
ultimate in clean, dry air. The first
stage centrifugal unit removes most
water, oil, and dirt particulates down to
five microns. The second stage
coalescing filter further filters out oil
and water aerosols and smaller dirt
particulate down to .01 microns. All
remaining water vapor is removed in
the third stage desiccant. This final
stage will remove water vapor to a dew
point of -4OOF (which means the air
won't condense out any more moisture
unless the air is chilled below -40°F)!
Both the centrifugal and coalescing
units include automatic drains to keep
any water or oil from collecting in the
bowls. The coalescer filter includes a
pressure differential indicator to show
when a filter change is needed, and
the desiccant unit has an "indicator
window" which changes color to show
when new desiccant is required.
The DAD-501 comes completely
assembled. It includes a 0-120 psi air
pressure regulator and a built-in wall
mounting bracket for easy installation.
Please Note: The desiccant unit
contains highly absorbent, low dusting
desiccant beads that readily dry out all
water vapor in the air. Due to the size
and rated capacity, the DAD-501 is
ideally suited for low to medium
production. High CFM, continuous use
conditions may require frequent
desiccant change. To help determine
the suitability of DAD-501 for your
application, your DeVilbiss Ransburg
distributor can complete a qualification
checklist (DI-5005) and discuss it with
you.
For the ultimate in clean, dry air,
choose the DAD-501 system.
Service Liferafure:
Air Inlet
Air Outlet
Air Flow Capacity
Max. Operating Pressure
Automatic Bowl Drain
Filter ElemenVDesiccant
DAD-501
DesiccantAir
Drying System*
HAF-502
Centrifugal
Filter Only
HAF-511
Coalescing
Filter Only
HAR-506
Regulator
Only
1/2" NPT (F)
1/2" NPT (F)
1/2" NPT (F)
1/2" NPT (F)
100 CFM
150 PSI
Yes
HAF-6
5 Micron
1/2" NPT (F)
1/2" NPT (F)
55 CFM
150 PSI
Yes
HAF-28
.01 Micron
3/8 NPT (F)
1 / 4 NPT (F) 3 ea.
50 CFM
150 PSI
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25 CFM
150 PSI
DAD-1
1O# Replacement
Desiccant
Included
Wall Mounting Bracket
SB-6-156-A: DAD-501 Desiccant System
SB-6-152-A: HAF-511 Coalescing Filter *Includes HAF-502, HAF-511, and HAR-506.
SB-6-146: HAF-502Centrifugal Filter
SB-6-144-B: HAR-506 Regulator
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Disposable In-line Filter*
A final line of defense in further
reducing any possible contaminants is
the Finish Guard In-Line Filter. The
disposable air line filter is mounted to
the base of the spray gun or other air
tool to remove any remaining water, oil,
dirt and rust from the air line.
The patented Finish Guard is a high
quality, high flow, solvent-resistant
disposable air filter. With a “whirlwind”
centrifugal action, incoming air spins
inside the filter element, trapping water
and oil droplets inside a reservoir
chamber. Then the air flows through a
multi-layered, high-efficiency filter
media as any remaining water, oil or
dirt is absorbed. Besides trapping
impurities, the multi-layered filter
extends filter life, so Finish Guard lasts
up to 40% longer than other filters.
Finish Guard easily filters out debris
from the air supply with a very low
pressure drop. The filter’s floating baffle
automatically adjusts for changing air
conditions. With 55% more air flow than
other filters, Finish Guard is excellent
for use with HVLP guns that require
higher air flow.
Though not intended to replace more
elaborate air filtration systems, the
Finish Guard is low cost insurance.
Filter life is approximately 10 days,
depending on air conditions. If used as
a stand alone filter, the product life
would be less than if used down stream
of an air filtration system.
In Line Filter Specifications
HAF-507-K36-I: 36 filters in a
convenient dispenser carton
Threads: 1/4“ - 18 Pipe
Maximum Operating Pressure: 125 psi
Operating Temperatures: 5O0-11O”F
Pressure Drop o 80 psi w/20 SCFM: 2 psi
Liquid Contaminant: 1.5 fluid oz.
Housing Material: Tough, SolventResistant [email protected]
Service Literature:
SI-8-10-1-A
*U.S. Patent #5, 205,849.
Foreign patents pending.
@ Deirin is a registered trademark Of Dupont.
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(Inset Photo)
Other disposable filters on the market are more likely
to break at the point of attachment to the spray gun.
The six reinforced ribs at the top of the Finish Guard
make it stronger than other filters.
It may be disposable, but it’s built to last, not to break.
(Above Photo)
Field testing has proven that the solvent-resistant,
durable Finish Guard out lasts the others in your
finishing environment. This test shows the result of
DeVilbiss Ransburg and three others’ filters after being
immersed in solvent for 24 hours, demonstrating the
solvent-resistant strength of the Finish Guard.
removw water
CleanAir Exfractor/Dryer
D- 1053, D- I 103
Works in three steps to remove dirt and water,
even in trace amounts:
1. Large drops of water, oil and dirt are
“knocked out” of air as it passes through
stainless steel filter.
2. Water droplets fall out of swirling air in First
Stage as it enters the “quiet zone” in bottom of
chamber.
3. Remaining contaminants are trapped in a
high density absorption filter.
w Filters can be easily replaced.
H “Honeycomb in bottom chamber keeps water
from returning to air stream.
w Draincock allows water to constantly drain
from unit.
w Results in clean, dry, quality air.
Model
Max
Caaacitv
Operating
Caaacitv
Inlet/
Outlet
Max
Press.
D-I053
D-I103
50 SCFM
100 S U M
50 SCFM
80 SCFM
1/4” NPT(F)
1/2” NPT(F)
250 psi
250 psi
HL T-510 Filter-Regulator
Large capacity, combination filter and regulator
for use with all types of air operated devices
requiring a clean, dry, regulated air supply.
Combines all features of the individual regulator
and filter into a single compact unit.
HAR-505/535/555 Air Regulator
General purpose regulators for line takeoff use
or as integral regulator on pumps, pressure
tanks and other air operated devices. Requires
separate trap or filter in air line to remove
moisture or dirt.
1Unique three position, non-rising adjusting
knob.
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150 psi
150 psi
D-401
D-411
D-402
D-412
Two ball type valves for regulated outlets one main air outlet with ball type valve.
w 160 Ib. pressure gauge.
w Mounting bracket is standard.
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w Removable plug and cap.
m All metal body; durable [email protected]
and knob;
Buna N diaphragm and disc.
w Accurate regulator mechanism provides
precision air control.
w Self-relieving design.
w Both main line and regulated outlets available
from same units.
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HAR-516 Air Regulator
Economy regulator for use with high volume
paint pumps and other high capacity air
operated devices requiring a regulated air
supply.
Extra large flow ports for maximum
performance.
w Die cast zinc body for durable, heavy duty
service.
HAR-501 Air Regulator
Extra Sensitive regutator for use with Precision
control on pressure feed tanks or other deadend applications. Can be used to control
atomization pressure for one spray gun.
Self-relieving type regulator.
w Tough, reinforced Buna N diaphragm for
extended service life.
* Varies depending on position of adjusting screw
Working First Stage Second Stage
Press.
Filter
Filter
w Extra heavy, reinforced Buna N diaphragm for
trouble-free service.
Stainless steel strainer and renewable brass
seat.
w Balanced disc and oversize orifice assures top
capacity with stable regulation.
Self-relieving type design.
Bottom plug is hand removable.
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w 100 mesh stainless steel strainer.
Removable bottom plug for easy service.
Forged brass body and stainless steel or brass
internal parts for long service.
w High ratio of diaphragm surface to orifice area
provides stable uniform regulation.
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GA Pressure Gauges
Convenient, standard gauges for accurate
pressure reading. Can be used in any location
where conditions of vibration or rough service
exist. Glass covered dials, painted, dust proof
cases; made from rust resistant materials.
GA-77 Retard Type Gauge
Very accurate reading in low pressure range.
For use in critical pressure adjustments.
Calibrated in ounces from 0 to 10 Ibs.; in
pounds from 10 to 30 Ibs.
HA V Type
Air [email protected] Valves
HARG-510
Precise, lightweight air regulator and gauge
combination provides a superior color matching
capability. Fits any professional spray gun;
comfortable for left and right-handed painters.
Swivel adapter allows fast installation, and a
lockring secures pressure settings to avoid
interruptions for readjustments.
Maximum Air Inlet Pressure: 400 psi
Outlet Press. Adjust. Range: 5-100 psi
Gauge Port Size (two) in Regulator: 1/8" NPT(F)
Model
Precise air adjustment valves that allow the
painter to control pressure at the spray gun.
Eliminates the need to estimate and compensate for pressure drop caused by length of
hose running from the regulator. Fits all
professional spray guns. A swivel top allows
for easy and fast installation.
P-H-5516
This convenient accessory attaches directly to
the spray gun air inlet. The large knurled knob
adjusts air flow. Commonly used with spray
guns, pressure tanks and pumps.
Air Inlet
Air Outlet
Net Weight
Gauae Range
Tvpe
HARG-510
1/4" NPS (M) (Nipple)
1/4" NPS (F) (Swivel Adapter)
10 oz.
0-160 psi
HAV-500
HAV-501
P-H-5516
1/2" NPS (M)
1/2" NPS (M)
1 / 4 NPS fM)
1 / 4 NPS (F) (Swivel)
1 / 4 NPS (F) (Swivel)
1 / 4 NPS (F) (Swivel)
3.5 oz.
5 oz.
3 oz.
0-160 psi
Diaphragm
Relieving
Straight
w/gauge
Straight
Model
Description
VA-540
VA-541
VA-542
VA-544
VA-546*
VA-548
3/8" NPS (M) x 3 / 8 NPT (M)
1/4" NPS (M) x 3 / 8 NPT (M)
1/4" NPS (M) x 1/4" NPT (M)
9/16"-20 (M) x 1 / 4 NPT (M)
3 / 8 NPS (M) x 1/4" NPT (M)
1 / 4 NPT (M) (3 way)
N/A
N/A
Max. Operating Pressure
Material
500
506
500
500
500
5000
Brass
Brass
Brass
Brass
S/S & E. Nik
Carbon
*Electroless nickel and stainless steel for corrosive materials such as MEK, peroxide, split phase polyester, foams and latexes.
Carbon = Carbon Steel S/S = Stainless Steel E. Nik = Electroless Nickel
DeVilbiss Ransburg
Industrial Coating Equipment
An Illinois Tool Works Company
Maumee, Ohio 43537
Form 1-4057
1/93
Litho U.S.A.
DeVilbiss Ransburg
Spray Equipment
A Division of ITW Canada Inc.
Barrie, Ontario L4M 6K1
01993 DeVilbiss Ransburg Industrial Coating Equipment.
DEVILBISS
RANSBURG
INDUSTRIAL COATING EQUIPMENT
All rights reserved. Models and specifications subject to change.
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JGA-4041
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See Chart 2
JGV-560 & 570
CONVENTIONAL AIR SPRAY &
JGW-530 HVLP SPRAY GUNS
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Service Lit: JGV: 58-2-233
JGHV 88-2-238
A
Needle Packing Assembly
(3 piece packing)
Indicatesparts included in each
gun repair kit.
JGS-477
MSA-5016
DECORATOR SPRAY GUN
JGA.4001
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Sewlce Lit: SE-2-318
A Needie PackingAssembly Detail
(3 piece packing)
'Apply (In-130 (Loctite #242, med. Strength
blue)sealing compound onto the tapered Seat
and threads and screw into place with
170-180 in.ilbs. torque
Indicatesparts included in each
gun repair kit.
JGA-477
--tGA-11
Se? Chart 1
EGA-443
L
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EGA-W
CONVENTIONAL AIR SPRAY
8i EHGV-530 HVLP
SPRAY GUNS
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.EGA-441
Service Lit:
EGA: SB-2-162
EGHV SB-2-164
Indicates parts included in each
gun repair kit.
MSA-403
MODELS MSA
CONVENTIONAL AIR SPRAY
& MSV HVLP SPRAY GUNS
Service Lit: MSA: $8-2-256
MSV 38-2-237
A
Needle Packing Assembly
(3 piece packing)
'Apply QH-130 (Loctite #242, Med.
strength (blue) sealing compound onto
these threads.
Indicates parts included in each
gun repair kif.
DIAGRAM C
TyDlcal Waterborne Gun Set=uD
wlth QMST Stalnless Steel (ASME Code) Tank
DIAGRAM 6
TyDlcal Solventborne setw
wlth QMGT Galvanized (ASME Code) Tank
and Rotary Ailtator
VS-506
300
3/8'"PS(F)
Swivel
3/8"NPS(M) Carbon
Steel
VS-55
VS-56
VS-57
100
60
80
and Recl~rocatlnuAultalor
149
238
175
VS-534
300
3 / 8 NPS (F) 3/8" NPS (M) Stainless VS-58
Swivel
Steel
100
149
"How to Order" QMG and QMSTanks
QMXX-5
TTT T
-Type
Identification
G = Galvanize
S = Stainless Steel
T =Top Fluid Outlet
B = Bottom Fluid Outlet
of Agitation
0 = None
1 = Direct Drive
(2-Gal. only)
2 = Hand
3 = QS-5012
(standard)
4 = QS-5013
(heavy-duty)
6 = QSR-503
(reciprocating)
Completely Factory Assembled-Type
of Regulators
For Technical Assistance Call: 1 -800-DEV-4448 (Continental USA Only)
DeVilbiss Kansburg
Industrial Coating Equipment
An Illinois Tool Works Company
Maumee, Ohio 43537
DeVilbiss Ransburg
Spray Equipment
A Division of ITW Canada, Inc.
Barrie, Ontario L4M 6K1
Fom~I-240A 8/93 Litho U.S.A. 0 1993 DeVilbiss Kansburg Industrial Coating Equipment. All rights reserved. Models and specifications subject to change.
DEVILBISS
RANSBURG
INDUSTRIAL COAlINb EOUIPMENI
CHART 2 Fluid Tip & Needle Selection
Fluid needles made of acetal material.
** For use with HVLP “Maximum Performer” nozzle combinations.
Retaining Rings: 1 - MBC-368 2 - MSA-1 3 - EGA-11 4 - None (Ring incl. w. cap)
CHART 3
HVLP Baffle (Used with JGHV(V3TM)
and MSV Spray Guns)
INDUSlRlAl COAlING EaUlPMENl
DISTRIBUTED BY:
1-800-DEV-4448
DIAGRAM A
MSVTMHVLP GUN SET-UP
V3TMHVLP GUN SET-UP
4
oz./min.
FLUID
DELIVERY RATE
RECOMMENDED
COMPLETE
HVLP GUN
SET UP
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36
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0-1002.
JGHV-5285-FX (.042")
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32
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0-1002.
FLUiD
DELIVERY RATE
RECOMMENDED
COMPLETE
HVLP GUN
SET UP
JGHV-5285-FF (.055")
4
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MSV-528-4 FX (.042)
MSV-528-4 FF (.055")
l .Ozo2-21-
1-
MSV-546-4 FF (.055")
JGHV-5465-FF (.055")
AIR CAP ONLY
AIR CAP ONLY
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0 12 02.
0-1202.
28 (18 CFM MAX)
28 (18 CFM MAX)
Typical pattern size and shape 11" long.
straight sided. similar io X7W air cap
Typical panem size and shape 11" long,
straight sided, Slmiiar lo 1004 air cap
[12-2ooz.l
pZZF-]
46 MP (22 CFM MAX)
46 MP (22 CFM MAX)
Typical pattern size and shape I t "
long, straighl sided. similar to W704
air cau
Typical panern slze and shape 11"
long, straight sided. similar lo X704
air cap
BAFFLE
NOTE: In California use 60 psi baffle
MSATMAIR SPRAY GUN SET-UP
JGVTMAIR SPRAY GUN SET-UP
oz./min.
4
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DELIVERY RAT€
RECOMMENDEI
COMPLETE
HVLP GUN
SET UP
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JGV-570-705 FX (.042")
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JGV-570-704 FF ( . 0 5 5 )
DELIVERY RATE
RECOMMENDED
COMPLETE
HVLP GUN
SET UP
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1
4
1
1
8
1
L
Typical panern size and shape 7" long. straight
sided & rounded ends
10 - 30 02.
704 (21 CFM MAX)
Typical pattern sze and shape 11" long. straight sided
pzz
797 (27 CFM Max)
Typical pattern sfze and shape 22" long, taperec
NOTE: Use the gun set-up (JGV-570.765 FF) when coating furniture with colored lacquers
and painted enamel finishes in lieu of normal natural wood grain stained finishes.
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T F l u l d Tip
Basic Gun w/
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3-303 mads slalnlsssfluid 110
JGV Conventional Air Spray Gun
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Air Cap Model
I Basic G i n Model
MSV HVLP Air Spray Gun
MSV-5 X X - X - X X
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(E, EX, FF'. FX')
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Basic Gun
'For Maximum Pedormer order only 145 air cap and FF or FX lluid lip
d Tip
Size
1
36
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Typical pattern size and shape 7"long, straight
sided 8 rounded ends
(704L, 264L,797L. 35L)
7T T
1
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10 - 30 02.
704 (21 CFM MAX)
Typical paltern size and shape 11" long, slraighl sided
797 (27 CFM Max)
Typical pattern size and shape 22" long. tapered
A i r caB Test Klts* For HVLP Guns
7T
Basic Gun Model
24
1
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0 - 12 02.
MSA Conventional Air Spray Gun
MSA- 50X XXX XX
* Slandardlips are 400 series ~ l a l n l e ~steel.
s optional 300 series
stainless lips and needles are also available. Order AV.545.XX (tip)
and JGA-421-XX(needle).
**For compressedair supplies less than 80 psi, order a V3 lor 50 psi
gun inlet pressure.
.For 'Maximum Pedormer"
1
705 (8 CFM MAX)
ORDERING INFORMATION
FF-.055".
20
1
1
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AIR CAP ONLY
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MSA-501-704L FF (.055")
705 (8 CFM MAX)
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MSA-501-35L FX (.042")
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MSA-501-704L FX (.042)
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JGV-570-797 FF (.055"
AIR CAP ONLY
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"How to Measure & Adjust Fluid Flow"
Shut off the atomization air to the aun. Set the fluid flow rate by adjusting the air pressur6 in the
material container. Adjust the fluiiflow in the following ways: Remove the air cap, aim the gun into
a clean, graduated container and pull the trigger for 10 seconds. Measure the amount of material
which flowed in that time and multiply times 6 (or flow for 30 seconds and multiply times 2). This is
the fluid flow rate in ounces per minute. For standard finishing, it should be about 14 to 16 ounces
per minute. If the flow rate is less than this, increase the air pressure in the container and repeat. If
the fluid pressure exceeds 20 psi., install next larger tip and needle and begin again. If it is more
than this, decrease the pressure slightly. When the flow rate is correct, reinstall the air cap.
For HVLP Maximum Performer (46MP), since the design creates a slight back pressure on the
fluid column, the above method will not accurately measure fluid flow. We recommend you use a
material flow meter or weigh the material container before and after spraying.
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KK-4973 Air Cap Test Kit
includes air cap and gauge, for use with
#395HV air cap only.
11.4974.28 Air Cap Test Kilincludes air cap and gauge, for use with #28
air cap only.
11-4974.331 Air Can Tesl Kit
includes air cap and gauge, for use with
#33A or #33 air caps only.
KK-4974.46MP Air Cap Test Kit
includes air cap and gauge, for use with
#46MP air cap only.
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Air cap test kits may be required by some
air quality agencies. These kits are supplied
with a special air cap and test gauge to
demonstrate actual pressure being used at
the cap since if will vary depending on
hose length between the air regulator and
gun. This kit can be used as a quality
control device for consistent spraying each
day. The cap kit should not be used when
finishes are being applied.
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