WAGNER | AC 4600 | Technical data | WAGNER AC 4600 Technical data

Translation of the original
Operating manual
GM 4600AC
GM 4600AC-H
Edition 04/2009
AirCoat Spray gun
for flat - and round jet nozzles
B_02669
II 2G X (Atex 95)
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Contents
1
1.1
1.2
ABOUT THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Languages
Warnings, notes and symbols in these instructions
5
5
5
2
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.3
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.5
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety instructions for the operator
Electrical equipment
Personnel qualifications
A safe work environment
Safety instructions for staff
Safe handling of WAGNER spray units
Earth the unit
Paint hoses
Cleaning
Handling hazardous liquids, varnishes and paints
Touching hot surfaces
Correct use
Use in hazardous locations
Correct use
Explosion protection identification
Maximum surface temperature
Safety instructions
German regulations and guidelines
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6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
GUARANTEE AND CONFORMITY DECLARATIONS
Important notes on product liability
Guarantee claim
CE-conformity
10
10
10
11
4
4.1
4.1.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
DESCRIPTION
Fields of application, using in accordance with the instructions
Processible materials
scope of delivery
Variant for application range up to 16 MPa; 160 bar; 2320 psi
Variant for application range up to 25 MPa, 250 bar, 3625 psi
Standard equipments
Spray gun configuration
Data
Materials of the parts transporting paint
Technical data
Functional description
Design of spray gun
Functions of the gun
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12
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12
12
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
5
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
STARTING UP AND OPERATING
Installation and connection
Typical AirCoat spraying system
Ventilation of the spray booth
Air supply
Fluid (paint) hoses
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16
16
17
17
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5.1.5
5.2
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
5.4.5
Earthing
Preparation of paints
Start-up
General rules for handling the spray gun
Preparation for starting up
Works
Start-up for spraying AirCoat
Adjusting the spray pattern
Replacing AirCoat nozzle
Cleaning aircoat nozzle
Eliminate nozzle clogging
18
18
19
19
20
21
21
21
22
23
23
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.5
6.6
MAINTENANCE
Finishing work and cleaning
Replacing the material hose or air hose
Changing or cleaning filter insert
Replacing parts on the valve rod
Disassembling
Replacement of valve rocker seals
Replacing the rod seal (35)
Assembling
Replacing the nozzle seal
Replacing the „air“ sealing ring
24
25
26
27
28
28
29
29
29
30
31
7
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND SOLUTION
32
9
9.1
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
ACCESSORIES
Round-jet nozzle cap
Nozzle inserts RXX
Nozzle screwed connection complete
AirCoat nozzles ACF3000
Air caps
Filter insert
Swivels
Hoses
Miscellaneous
33
33
33
33
34
36
36
36
37
37
10
10.1
10.2
10.3
SPARE PARTS
How to order spare parts?
Spare parts list GM 4600AC
Spare parts list GM 4600AC-H
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38
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ABOUT THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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THEUNIT
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AGREEMENT
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WARNINGS, NOTES AND SYMBOLS IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Warning instructions in this manual point out particular dangers to users and equipment
and state measures for avoiding the hazard. These warning instructions fall into the following categories:
DANGER
Danger - imminent danger. Non-observance will result
in death, serious injury and serious material damage.
This line warns of the hazard!
Possible consequences of failing to observe the warning instructions. The signal word points out the hazard level.
SIHI_0100_GB
Warning - possible danger. Non-observance can result
in death, serious injury and serious material damage.
œThe measures for preventing the hazard and its consequences.
WARNING
This line warns of the hazard!
Possible consequences of failing to observe the warning instructions. The signal word points out the hazard level.
SIHI_0103_GB
Caution - a possibly hazardous situation. Non-observance can result in minor injury.
œThe measures for preventing the hazard and its consequences.
CAUTION
This line warns of the hazard!
Possible consequences of failing to observe the warning instructions. The signal word points out the hazard level.
œThe measures for preventing the hazard and its consequences.
SIHI_0101_GB
Caution - a possibly hazardous situation. Non-observance can cause material damage.
SIHI_0102_GB
CAUTION
This line warns of the hazard!
Possible consequences of failing to observe the warning instructions. The signal word
points out the hazard level.
œThe measures for preventing the hazard and its consequences.
Note - provide information on particular characteristics and how to proceed.
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2.1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE OPERATOR
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2.2.1
SAFE HANDLING OF WAGNER SPRAY UNITS
The spray jet is under pressure and can cause dangerous injuries.
Avoid injection of paint or cleaning agents:
œ Never point the spray gun at people.
œ Never reach into the spray jet.
œ Before all work on the unit, in the event of work interruptions and functional
faults:
– Switch off the energy/compressed air supply.
– Secure the spray gun against actuation.
– Relieve the pressure from the spray gun and unit.
– By functional faults: Identify and correct the problem, proceed as described in
chap. „Trouble shooting“.
In the event of skin injuries caused by paint or cleaning agents:
œ Note down the paint or cleaning agent that you have been using.
œ Consult a doctor immediately.
Avoid danger of injury through recoil forces:
œ Ensure that you have a firm footing when operating the spray gun.
œ Only hold the spray gun briefly in any one position.
2.2.2
EARTH THE UNIT
Electrostatic charges can occur on the unit due to the electrostatic charge and the flow
speed involved in spraying.These can cause sparks and flames upon discharge.
œ Ensure that the unit is always earthed.
œ Earth the work pieces to be coated.
œ Ensure that all persons inside the working area are earthed, e.g. that they are wearing
antistatic shoes.
œ When spraying, wear antistatic gloves to earth yourself via the spray gun handle.
2.2.3
œ
œ
œ
œ
PAINT HOSES
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CLEANING
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2.2.5
HANDLING HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS, VARNISHES AND PAINTS
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INGINSTRUCTIONSOFTHEMANUFACTUREROFTHEPAINTSSOLVENTSANDCLEANINGAGENTSBEING
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USE IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
2.4.1
CORRECT USE
4HEUNITISSUITABLEFORWORKINGLIQUIDMATERIALSINACCORDANCEWITHTHECLASSIlCATIONINTO
EXPLOSIONCLASSES
2.4.2
EXPLOSION PROTECTION IDENTIFICATION
As defined in the Directive 94/9/CE (ATEX 95), the unit is suitable for use in areas where
there is an explosion hazard.
II 2G X
CE:
Ex:
II:
2:
G:
X:
Communautés Européennes
Symbol for explosion protection
Unit class II
Category 2 (Zone 1)
Ex-atmosphere gas
See: "Special Notes" in the operating manual
2.4.3
MAXIMUM SURFACE TEMPERATURE
X: The maximum surface temperature corresponds to the permissible material temperature. This and the permissible ambient temperature can be found in the Technical Data.
2.4.4
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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2.5
GERMAN REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES
See chapter 3.3
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GUARANTEE AND CONFORMITY DECLARATIONS
3.1
IMPORTANT NOTES ON PRODUCT LIABILITY
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3.2
GUARANTEE CLAIM
This equipment is covered by the following manufacturing warranty
We will at our discretion repair or replace free of charge all parts which within 24 months
in single-shift, 12 months in 2-shift or 6 months in 3-shift operation from date of receipt by
the Purchaser are found to be wholly or substantially unusable due to causes prior to the
sale, in particular faulty design, defective materials or poor workmanship.
The terms of the warranty are met at our discretion by the repair or replacement of the
unit or parts thereof. The resulting costs, in particular shipping charges, road tolls, labour
and material costs will be borne by us except where these costs are increased due to the
subsequent shipment of the unit to a location other than the address of the purchaser.
This warranty does not cover damage caused by:
Unsuitable or improper use, faulty installation or commissioning by the purchaser or a
third party, normal wear, negligent handling, defective maintenance, unsuitable coating
products, substitute materials and the action of chemical, electro chemical or electrical
agents, except when the damage is attributable to us.
Abrasive coating products such as red lead, emulsions, glazes, liquid abrasives, zinc dust
paints and similar reduce the service life of valves, packings, spray guns, tips, cylinders, pistons etc. Any wear resulting from the aforementioned causes is not covered by this warranty.
Components not manufactured by Wagner are subject to the warranty terms of the original maker.
The replacement of a part does not extend the warranty period of the unit.
The unit should be inspected immediately upon receipt.
To avoid loss warranty, any apparent defect should be notified to us or the dealer in writing
within 14 days from date of sale of the unit.
We reserve the right to assign warranty performances to a contractual partner.
Warranty claims are subject to proof of purchase by submitting an invoice or delivery note.
If an inspection finds damage not covered by the present warranty, the repair will be carried out at the expense of the purchaser.
Note that this warranty does not in any way restrict legally entitled claims or those contractually agreed to in our general terms and conditions.
J. Wagner AG
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CE-CONFORMITY
Herewith we declare that the supplied version of
GM 4600AC 16 MPa
GM 4600AC 25 MPa
GM 4600AC-H 25 MPa
Complies with the following guidelines:
98/37/EG
94/9/EG
Applied standards, in particular:
DIN EN ISO 12100-1, 2004-04
DIN EN ISO 14121,2007-12
DIN EN ISO 12100-2, 2004-04
DIN EN ISO 3746, 1995-12
DIN EN 1127-1, 2008-02
DIN EN 13463-1, 2002-04
DIN EN 1953, 1998-12
DIN EN ISO 13732-1, 2006-12
Applied national technical standards and specifications, in particular:
a) BGR 500
Part 2, Chap. 2.29„Using coating materials“
b) BGR 500
Part 2, Chap. 2.36„Working with liquid ejection devices“
c) BGR 104
Explosion protection rules
d) BGR 132
Avoiding ignition risks
e) BGR 180
Setting up for cleaning with solvents for cleaning workpieces with
solvents
f ) BGI 740
Painting rooms and equipment
g) ZH 1/406
Guidelines for liquid ejection devices
Note: All titles can be ordered from Heymanns Publishing House in Cologne or of the
Internet download.
CE Certificate of Conformity
The certificate is enclosed with this product.The certificate of conformity can be reordered
from your WAGNER representative, quoting the product and serial number.
Part number:
394891
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DESCRIPTION
4.1
FIELDS OF APPLICATION, USING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
The gun is suitable for atomising liquid materials, particularly coating materials, using the AirCoat process.
4.1.1
PROCESSIBLE MATERIALS
Top-coat paints, primer paints, corrosion protection solvents, textured paints, lyes, staining solvents, clear paints,
parting solvents, etc. on a solvent or water basis. If you want to spray other working materials than the aforementioned, turn please to a Wagner agency.
WARNING
Hot coating substances!
Burns
œ Wear antistatic protective gloves.
œ When operating the unit with a coating material with a temperature greater than 43°C; 109.4°F: Identify the unit with a warning
sticker "Warning - hot surface".
Note:
4.2
In the event of application problems consult your Wagner branch and/ or the paint
manufacturer.
SCOPE OF DELIVERY
These AirCoat gun is available in two different variants. The nozzle size depends on the paint and on the application. Therefore the air cap and the nozzle are not included in the scope of supply. For a gun accessories
look in chapter 9.
4.2.1
VARIANT FOR APPLICATION RANGE UP TO 16 MPA; 160 BAR; 2320 PSI
Qty
Part No.
Description
1
394004
GM 4600AC 16 MPa; NPSM 1/4“ Paint connection
4.2.2
VARIANT FOR APPLICATION RANGE UP TO 25 MPA, 250 BAR, 3625 PSI
Qty
Part No.
Description
1
394014
GM 4600AC 25 MPa ; NPSM 1/4“ Paint connection
1
2303491
GM 4600AC-H 25 MPa ; NPSM 1/4“ Paint connection
4.2.3
STANDARD EQUIPMENTS
The standard equipment includes:
394004
394014
AirCoat hand gun GM 4600AC
Qty
Qty
Part No.
Description
1
1
394891
CE-conformity
1
1
394860
1
1
see chap. 1
Operating manual German
Operating manual for the other language
For special versions the delivery note applies.
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4.2.4
SPRAY GUN CONFIGURATION
A
B
CCC
B_02670
Basis number GM 4600AC
0
3
9
4
0
2
0
-
A
B
C
C
C
-> Key
-
1
1
4
1
1
-> For example: Part number
Table A: Maxi. material pression selection
1
160 bar; 16 MPa; 2320 psi
2
250 bar; 25 MPa; 3625 psi
Table B: Air cap selection
1
Suitable for low viscosity paints (red)
2
Suitable for high viscosity paints (blue)
Table CCC: AirCoat nozzle selection ACF3000
CCC = the last three digits of the article number -> 379CCC
107
1 = Spray angle x 10 = 100. 07 = Diameter of bore in mm/1000 (0.007 mm)
411
4 = Spray angle x 10 = 400. 11 = Diameter of bore in mm/1000 (0.011 mm)
317
3 = Spray angle x 10 = 300. 17 = Diameter of bore in mm/1000 (0.017 mm)
625
6 = Spray angle x 10 = 600. 25 = Diameter of bore in mm/1000 (0.025 mm)
835
8 = Spray angle x 10 = 800. 35 = Diameter of bore in mm/1000 (0.035 mm)
The complete flat-jet nozzle range is described in chapter 9.2.
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4.3
DATA
4.3.1
MATERIALS OF THE PARTS TRANSPORTING PAINT
Metal
Plastics
Tungsten carbide
Stainless steel 1.4305
POM
FPM
Stainless steel 1.4301
Stainless steel 1.4104
PTFE
PA
4.3.2
TECHNICAL DATA
AirCoat spray gun
Description
Units
394004
394014; 2303491
Maxi. air pressure
MPa/ psi/ bar
0.8/ 120/ 8
Maxi. material pressure
MPa/ psi/ bar
16/ 2320/ 160
25/ 3625/ 250
Paint connection
Inches
NPSM1/4
Air connection
Inches
G1/4“
Filter
Mesh
100
Weight
g/ oz
526 g/ 18.6 oz
pH range of the material
pH
3.5 - 9.0
Maxi. temperature material
°C/ °F
55/ 131
Maxi. temperature air
°C/ °F
43/ 109
Sound level at 0.3 MPa; 3 bar; 43.5
dB(A)
< 82
psi air pressure and 11 MPa; 110
bar; 1549 psi material pressure ***
** Filter types see chapter 9.6
*** A rated sound pressure level measured at o.5m distance according to DIN EN ISO 37461995.
C
A
Dimensions
E
Dim.
mm
inches
A
173
6.81
B
216
8.50
C
48
1.89
D
152
5.98
E
39
1.54
F
-
NPSM1/4“
G
-
G1/4“
B
D
G
B_02671
F
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FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
4.4.1
DESIGN OF SPRAY GUN
B
C
A
J
I
E
D
H
K
F
B_02672
G
Description
A
Suspension hook
B
Fan air regulator
C
Tension nut
D
Trigger
E
Trigger safety
F
Air connection
G
Paint connection
H
Union nut with nozzle guard
I
Nozzle / Air cap
J
Gun housing
K
Filter housing
4.4.2
FUNCTIONS OF THE GUN
Pulling the trigger (D) approximately 1/2 way opens the air valve allowing atomising and
shaping-air to flow through the air cap. When the trigger is pulled further, more resistance
is felt and the material valve is opened. The atomising air control (B) adjusts the total quantity of air flowing trough the spray gun.
The spray gun is rendered safe with the trigger safety catch (E). (Turn the trigger safety
catch in the spraying direction and fasten in the groove).
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STARTING UP AND OPERATING
5.1 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
5.1.1 TYPICAL AIRCOAT SPRAYING SYSTEM
WARNING
Incorrect installation/operation!
Risk of injury and damage to equipment
œ When putting into operation and for all work, read and follow
the operating instructions and safety regulations for the additionally required system components.
SIHI_0050_GB
E
D
F
G
C
B
M
I
K
H
A
J
L
B_02673
G
AirCoat gun
A
Material pump
H
High-pressure paint hose
B
Pressure air shut off valve
I
High-pressure filter/Relief valve
C
Pressure regulator
J
Return
D
Air pressure regulator with filter
K
Stand trolley
E
Earthing cable
L
Suction system
Air hose, el. conductive
M
Compressed air main
F
The pray gun GM 4600AC must be used a part of a spraying system. The spraying system
shown in the figure is only one example of an electrostatic Aircoat spraying system. It is
not an actual system design. Contact your Wagner distributor for assistance in designing a
system to meet your needs.
The operating instructions and the safety regulations for the additional system components used must be read before starting-up.
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5.1.2
VENTILATION OF THE SPRAY BOOTH
WARNING
Toxic and/or flammable vapor mixtures!
Risk of poisoning and burns
œ Operate the unit in a spraying booth approved for the working
materials.
-orœ Operate the unit on an appropriate spraying wall with the ventilation (extraction) switched on.
œ Observe national and local regulations for the outgoing air
speed.
SIHI_0028_GB
5.1.3
AIR SUPPLY
The use of an air filter with the air regulator (D) ensures that only dry, clean atomising air
gets into the spray gun. Dirt and moisture in the atomising air reduce the spraying quality
and the appearance of the finished piece.
5.1.4
FLUID (PAINT) HOSES
CAUTION
Impurities in the spraying system!
Spray gun blockage, materials harden in the spraying system
œ Flush the spray gun and paint supply with a suitable cleaning agent.
SIHI_0001_GB
DANGER
Bursting hose, bursting threaded joints!
Danger to life from injection of material
œEnsure that the hose material is chemically resistant.
œEnsure that the spray gun, threaded joints and material hose
between the unit and the spray gun is suitable for the pressure
generated in the unit.
œEnsure that the following information can be seen on the highpressure hose:
- Manufacturer
- Permissible operating pressure
- Date of manufacture.
SIHI_0029_GB
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5.1.5
EARTHING
WARNING
Discharge of electrostatically charged components in atmospheres containing solvents!
Explosion hazard from electrostatic sparks or flames
œ Earth all unit components.
œEarth the workpieces being painted.
SIHI_0027_GB
WARNING
Heavy paint mist if earthing is insufficient!
Risk of poisoning
Insufficient paint application quality
œEarth all unit components.
œEarth the workpieces being painted.
SIHI_0003_GB
Any material containers and the unit must be connected by a potential equalisation (earth)
cable.
5.2
PREPARATION OF PAINTS
The viscosity of the paints is of great importance. The best results are usually obtained with
paints between 80 and 260 milli Pascal x Sec (mPas).
Please also read the technical data sheet for the paint for optimal processing, viscosity
adjustment and intermixing of the material.
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5.3
START-UP
5.3.1
GENERAL RULES FOR HANDLING THE SPRAY GUN
➞ Observe general safety instructions in chapter 2.
WARNING
Unintentional putting into operation!
Risk of injury
Before all work on the unit, in the event of work interruptions and
functional faults:
œSwitch off the energy/compressed air supply.
œRelieve the pressure from the spray gun and unit.
œSecure the spray gun against actuation.
œBy functional faults: Identify and correct the problem, proceed
as described in chap„Trouble shooting“.
SIHI_0065_GB
CAUTION
Cleaning agent in the air duct!
Functional faults caused by swollen seals
œAlways point the spray gun down when cleaning.
œEnsure that neither paint nor cleaning agent enters the air duct.
SIHI_0005_GB
Trigger safety catch in on
(safe) position
Air
B_02674
Material
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5.3.2
PREPARATION FOR STARTING UP
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Secure the spray gun.
Connect material hose to the spray gun and material supply system.
Connect air hose to spray gun and to oil-free, dry air supply with regulator.
Insert suitable gun filter
Place the nozzle into the nozzle seal. Fit the air cap over the nozzle, ensuring that the
location flats (X) are in line. Fit the union nut with nozzle guard and tighten by hand.
6. Visually check the permissible pressures for all the system components.
7. Make sure that the unit and all other conductive parts within the work area are
earthed.
8. Set material pressure 100 bar; 10 MPa; 1450 psi and use a suitable medium (solvent or
water) to check that connections do not leak.
x
B_02261
Note:
Pull the trigger and then release, checking that the gun closes cleany.
9. Relieve spray gun and unit pressure and secure the spray gun.
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5.4
WORKS
5.4.1
START-UP FOR SPRAYING AIRCOAT
1. Start up with material supply set to approx. 8 MPa; 80 bar; 1160 psi operating
pressure.
2. Spray (release trigger safety catch and pull trigger) and check the atomisation.
3. Set the fluid pressure to the point where a further increase in fluid pressure would
significantly improve fluid atomization.
4. Open air pressure controller for the atomizer air and adjust so as to achieve optimal
atomization. (The interrelation between spray pattern and atomizer air is shown in the
figure below).
5. Adjust the pressure to get the optimum spraying finish. Relation between spray pattern
and shaping air see illustration.
Note:
Repeat point 4 and 5 until the optimum spray pattern is reached (process iterative).
Spray pattern
B_00071
No atomizing air
too little atomizing air
correct amount of air
Note
The paint output volume can be changed by:
Changing the material pressure or
Fitting another flat jet nozzle (see chap. 5.4.3 and chap. 9).
•
•
5.4.2
ADJUSTING THE SPRAY PATTERN
The spray pattern can be adjusted to suit the object being sprayed using the fan air regulator. The illustration below shows the influence of the shaping air regulator on the spraying
pattern.
Other nozzle sizes can be used to obtain larger or smaller spraying patterns.
Shaping air
fully open
Shaping air
fully closed
B_02262
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5.4.3
REPLACING AIRCOAT NOZZLE
CAUTION
Defective AirCoat nozzle!
Insufficient paint application quality
œDo not use sharp-edged objects to treat hard metal on the AirCoat nozzle.
SIHI_0020_GB
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
Secure gun with trigger safety catch.
Screw off the union nut (A).
Remove air cap (B).
Press AirCoat nozzle (C) out of the air cap (B) by hand and brush with cleaning solvent
until all remaining paint has been dissolved.
6. Assembly:
Place AirCoat nozzle (C) in nozzle seal (D).
7. Fit the air cap (B) over the nozzle (C), ensuring that the location flats (X) are in line.
8. Fit the union nut with nozzle guard (A) and tighten by hand.
x
B_02261
D
B
C
A
B_02675
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5.4.4
CLEANING AIRCOAT NOZZLE
For disassembly and assembly of AirCoat nozzles see chapter 5.4.3.
The AirCoat nozzle (C) can be placed into a cleaning solvent which has been recommended by the paint manufacturer.
5.4.5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
ELIMINATE NOZZLE CLOGGING
Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
Secure gun with trigger safety catch.
Unscrew the union nut with nozzle guard (A).
Remove air cap (B).
Pull out the clogged nozzle (C) from the air cap (B), reverse it and replace it into nozzle
seal (D).
Fit the air cap (B) over the nozzle (C), ensuring that the location flats (X) are in line.
Fit the union nut with nozzle guard (A) over the air cap (B) onto the spray gun and
tighten by hand.
Switch the material pressure back on.
Turn the safety catch to the spraying position and briefly pull trigger.
When the blockage has been flushed out secure the gun with safety catch.
Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
Unscrew the union nut with nozzle guard (A).
Remove air cap (B) and reverse nozzle (C) again. Clean nozzle and replace on the nozzle
seal (D) in spray position.
Fit the air cap (B) over the nozzle (C), ensuring that the location flats (X) are in line.
Fit the union nut with nozzle guard (A) over the air cap (B) onto the spray gun and
tighten by hand.
Switch the material pressure and the air pressure back on.
x
B_02261
Nozzle in „spray“ position
D
C
B
A
B_02676
Nozzle in „cleaning“ position
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6.0
MAINTENANCE
➞ Observe general safety instructions in chapter 2.
The spray gun and the unit must be cleaned every day. Use only the cleaning solvent recommended by the material manufacture.
CAUTION
Cleaning agent in the air duct!
Functional faults caused by swollen seals
œ Never immerse the spray gun in cleaning agent.
SIHI_0066_GB
WARNING
Incorrect maintenance/repair!
Risk of injury and damage to the equipment
œ Repairs and part replacement may only be carried out by specially trained staff or a WAGNER service center.
œ Before all work on the unit and in the event of work interrup tions:
- Switch off the energy/compressed air supply.
- Relieve the pressure from the spray gun and unit.
- Secure the spray gun against actuation.
œ Observe the operating and service instructions when carrying
out all work.
SIHI_0004_GB
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6.1
FINISHING WORK AND CLEANING
DANGER
Exploding gas/ air mixture!
Danger to life from flying parts and burns
œNever spray into a closed container.
œEarth the container.
SIHI_0008_GB
CAUTION
Cleaning agent in the air duct!
Functional faults caused by swollen seals
œAlways point the spray gun down when cleaning.
œEnsure that neither paint nor cleaning agent enters the air duct.
SIHI_0005_GB
WARNING
Explosive atmosphere!
Explosive gases are produced when aluminium comes into contact
with halogenized hydrocarbons
œTo clean aluminium, do not use liquids containing halogenized
hydrocarbons.
SIHI_0009_GB
Note:
Methylene chloride is not recommended as a flushing or cleaning solvent with this gun or
any system components.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
Secure gun with trigger safety catch.
Connect cleaning supply.
Remove AirCoat jet nozzle and clean separately (see chapter 5.4.3).
Pressurize the cleaning supply to approx. 4 MPa; 40 bar; 580 psi and thoroughly flush
the spray gun.
6. Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
7. Secure gun with trigger safety catch.
8. Clean gun body with a cleaning agent recommended by the manufacturer, and dry
with a cloth.
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6.2
REPLACING THE MATERIAL HOSE OR AIR HOSE
1. Finishing work and cleaning.
2. Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
3. Secure gun with trigger safety catch.
Paint hose
4. Place open-ended wrench SW A on flats of paint connection and counter hold.
5. Turn nut to the right with open-ended wrench SW D and unscrew material hose.
Air hose
4. Place open-ended wrench SW D on flats of air connection and counter hold.
5. Turn nut to the right with open-ended wrench SW C and unscrew air hose.
6. Assembly:
Fit the material hose respectively air hose by hand and tighten with 2 open-ended
wrenches.
Counter hold
D
C
Counter hold
A
B
B_02678
Note:
Do not unscrew the filter
housing. The nut must only be
unscrewed by WAGNER- Service-Agency.
B_02679
Description
Key A
Key B
Key C
Key D
GM 4600AC with filter NPS1/4“
SW 17 mm
0.669 inch
SW 19 mm
0.748 inch
SW 17 mm
0.669 inch
SW 14 mm
0.551 inch
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6.3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
CHANGING OR CLEANING FILTER INSERT
Finishing work and cleaning.
Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
Secure gun with trigger safety catch.
Place open-ended wrench A on flats of filter housing (30) and counter hold.
Turn nut to the right with open-ended wrench B and unscrew pivot joint (67) with
material hose.
Remove the filter insert (64), seal (65) and compression spring (66).
Thoroughly clean all parts with cleaning agent.
Assembly:
Push cleaned or new filter insert (64) with cone upwards into the filter housing (30)
Insert compression spring (66) into filter connection piece (67). Screw on the filter
connection piece with seal (65) and material hose by hand and tighten using the two
open-end wrenches A and B.
Note:
Do not unscrew the filter
housing. The nut must only be
unscrewed by WAGNER-Service-Agency.
Counter hold
A
30
64
B_02679
65
66
67
B
B_02677
Description
Key A
Key B
GM 4600AC with filter NPS1/4“
SW 15 mm
0.590 inches
SW 17 mm
0.669 inches
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6.4
REPLACING PARTS ON THE VALVE ROD
6.4.1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
DISASSEMBLING
Finishing work and cleaning.
Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
Secure gun with trigger safety catch.
Unscrew spring cover (5) and remove compression springs (2) and (3).
Loosen screw (22) and remove together with nut (20).
Remove trigger (21).
Loosen sealing screw (10) with single open-end wrench SW 7 mm; 0.28 inches.
CAUTION
Unsuitable tool!
Damage to seals and sealing surfaces
œDo not hold the valve rod with pliers or a similar tool.
SIHI_0006_GB
8. Carefully pull the complete valve rod (B) together with sealing screw out of the gun
housing (A) toward the rear.
9. Hold the clamping sleeve (4) with open-end wrench SW 6 mm; 0.24 inches and loosen
the collet chuck (18) with socket SW 2 mm; 0.08 inches.
10. Carefully pull the valve rod (34) out toward the front. Replace the relevant parts.
B
5
2
A
3
20
21
4
18
19
22
10 12
11
34
50
51
52
53
B_02680
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6.4.2
REPLACEMENT OF VALVE ROCKER SEALS
1. Support valve tappet (50) with single open-end wrench SW 13 mm; 0.51
inches and unscrew cover (53) with single open-end wrench SW 7 mm;
0.28 inches.
2. Remove air valve seal (51) and seal (52) and replace with new seals.
3. Screw valve tappet (50) and cover (53) together by hand. Carefully tighten
in small increments with open-end wrench SW 7 mm; 0.28 inches and SW
13 mm; 0.51 inches until a slight resistance is perceptible when moving
the valve rod (34) in the valve tappet.
Note:
The seal (52) can be pulled out of the cover (53) with the help of
an eye bolt.
6.4.3
50
51
52
53
B_02274
REPLACING THE ROD SEAL (35)
1. Carefully pull the rod seal (35) out of the gun housing.
2. Clean sealing surfaces in the gun housing.
3. Mount new rod seal (35) to the rod seal tool (84).
22
Note:
Note installation position
of the rod seal (35).
84
Spraying direction
35
21
B_02688
4. Insert rod seal tool (84) together with rod seal (35) into the hole.
5. Fit trigger guard (21) with screw (22) to body of gun and
6. Carefully push the tool with the rod seal (35) over the trigger guard (21)
into the recess in the housing.
7. Remove trigger guard (21), screw (22) and rod seal tool (84).
6.4.4
B_02268
ASSEMBLING
1. Fit seal collar (11) to valve rod (34), together with inserted O-ring (12) and sealing screw
(10).
2. Push completely assembled valve tappet (19) onto valve rod (34).
3. Insert preassembled valve rod into the collet chuck (18) as far as the stop.
4. Fix clamping sleeve (4) with wrench size 6 mm; 0.24 inches, screw the preassembled
valve rod to the clamping sleeve and tighten. (Socket SW 2 mm; 0.08 inches).
5. Carefully insert the complete valve rod (B) into the gun housing..
6. Screw in sealing screw (10) but do not tighten yet.
7. Position trigger guard (21) and secure with screw (22) and nut (20).
8. Insert compression springs (3) and (2) and screw on the spring cover (5).
9. Carefully tighten the seal collar (11, 12) with the sealing screw (10). Ensure that the
trigger guard moves easily.
10. Start-up in accordance with chapter 5.3.
Note:
Only use silicone and resin free grease.
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6.5
REPLACING THE NOZZLE SEAL
CAUTION
Defective nozzle seal!
Material sprays into the air cap next to the nozzle
Risk of contamination
œ Do not clean the nozzle seal with sharp-edged objects.
œReplace the nozzle seal if the sealing surface is damaged.
SIHI_0021_GB
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Finishing work and cleaning.
Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
Secure gun with trigger safety catch.
Unscrew the union nut with nozzle guard (33).
Remove air cap (36) and nozzle (13).
Carefully release the nozzle seal (17) with the help of a screwdriver.
Fit new nozzle seal to valve housing (16).
Continue assembly in the reverse order.
14 (F)
16
17
13
36
33
B_02681
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6.6
REPLACING THE „AIR“ SEALING RING
CAUTION
Forming air and atomizer air not separate!
Poor spray pattern
Spray jet cannot be adjusted
œTreat the distributor seal (F) with care.
SIHI_0030_GB
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Finishing work and cleaning.
Relieve spray gun and unit pressure.
Secure gun with trigger safety catch.
Unscrew the union nut with nozzle guard (33).
Remove air cap (36) and nozzle (13) .
Remove defective sealing ring (14/F) with the help of pipe tongs or with a large
screwdriver.
Assembly: Fit new distributor seal (14/F) to air cap (36).
Place air cap in body of gun together with sealing ring (14).
Attach union nut (33) and screw in until the sealing ring snaps into place in the
mounting groove (snap hear able).
Demount union nut (33) and air cap (36) and complete spray gun according to
paragraph 5.4.3.
13
/
2
36
33
14 (F)
0
1
B_02682
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7
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND SOLUTION
Malfunction
Cause
Remedy
Insufficient material
discharge
Nozzle too small
Select larger nozzle
Poor spray
pattern
See chapter
9
Material pressure to low Increase material pressure
Filter of gun or highpressure filter at pump
clogged
Clean or replace filter
Nozzle is clogged
Nozzle cleaning
Valve stem defective
Replace valve rod
Wrongly adjusted
atomizing air
Readjust the atomizing air
Nozzle to large
Select smaller nozzle
6.1
5.4.5
6.4
5.4.1
9.1
Material pressure to low Increase pressure at pump
Valve rod leaks (Paint- or
air path)
Spray gun will not shut-off
correctly
Material viscosity to
high
Thin material in accordance
with the manufacturer‘s
instructions
Partial nozzle blockage
Nozzle cleaning
5.4.5
Wrongly adjusted
atomizing air
Readjust the atomizing air
5.4.1
Air cap faulty (blocked
holes, damaged seal)
Clean or replace air cap
5.4.5
Wrong air cap type
Replace as required air cap
(solvent / water based)
5.4.5
Paint seal (packing)
Adjust or replace packing or
damaged or worn, valve replace valve stem complete
stem damaged
6.4
Air valve seals damaged Replace air valve seals
6.4
Pretension to low
Re tighten sealing screw
Worn valveseat / valve
ball
Replace parts
Packing-screw too tight, Replace the seals
or packing stuck with
dried paint
6.4
6.4
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9
ACCESSORIES
9.1
ROUND-JET NOZZLE CAP
9.1
Part No.
Description
394180
Round-jet nozzle cap
(without nozzle insert)
9.1.2
B_02276
9.1.1
9.1.1
NOZZLE INSERTS RXX
Part No.
Description
Marking
Volume flow*
Jet ø **
132720
Nozzle insert R11
11
0.16; 160
approx. 250; 9.84
132721
Nozzle insert R12
12
0.22; 220
approx. 250; 9.84
132722
Nozzle insert R13
13
0.27; 270
approx. 250; 9.84
132723
Nozzle insert R14
14
0.34; 340
approx. 250; 9.84
132724
Nozzle insert R15
15
0.38; 380
approx. 250; 9.84
132725
Nozzle insert R16
16
0.43; 430
approx. 250; 9.84
132726
Nozzle insert R17
17
0.48; 480
approx. 250; 9.84
132727
Nozzle insert R18
18
0.53; 530
approx. 250; 9.84
132728
Nozzle insert R19
19
0.59; 590
approx. 250; 9.84
132729
Nozzle insert R20
20
0.65; 650
approx. 250; 9.84
132730
Nozzle insert R21
21
0.71; 710
approx. 250; 9.84
132731
Nozzle insert R22
22
0.77; 770
approx. 250; 9.84
B_02277
* Volume flow in l/min; cc/min water at 10 MPa; 100 bar; 1450 psi.
** Jet width in mm; inches at a distance of 30 cm; 11.8 inches from the object and at a
pressure of 10 MPa; 100 bar; 1450 ps with synthetic enamel 20 DIN4 - Sek.
9.1.2
NOZZLE SCREWED CONNECTION COMPLETE
Part No.
Description
132922
Nozzle screwed connection complete
B_02278
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9.2
AIRCOAT NOZZLES ACF3000
B_02280
Size
mm; inch
Spraying
angle
379107
07/10
0.007-0.18
100
379207
07/20
0.007-0.18
200
379209
09/20
0.009-0.23
200
0
379309
09/30
0.009-0.23
30
379409
09/40
0.009-0.23
400
379509
09/50
0.009-0.23
500
379609
09/60
0.009-0.23
600
379111
11/10
0.011-0.28
100
379211
11/20
0.011-0.28
200
379311
11/30
0.011-0.28
300
379411
11/40
0.011-0.28
400
379511
11/50
0.011-0.28
500
379611
11/60
0.011-0.28
600
379113
13/10
0.013-0.33
100
0
379213
13/20
0.013-0.33
20
379313
13/30
0.013-0.33
300
379413
13/40
0.013-0.33
400
379513
13/50
0.013-0.33
500
379613
13/60
0.013-0.33
600
379813
13/80
0.013-0.33
800
379115
15/10
0.015-0.38
100
0
379215
15/20
0.015-0.38
20
379315
15/30
0.015-0.38
300
379415
15/40
0.015-0.38
400
379515
15/50
0.015-0.38
500
379615
15/60
0.015-0.38
600
379815
15/80
0.015-0.38
800
379217
17/20
0.017-0.43
200
0
379317
17/30
0.017-0.43
30
379417
17/40
0.017-0.43
400
379517
17/50
0.017-0.43
500
379617
17/60
0.017-0.43
600
379817
17/80
0.017-0.43
800
Recommended gunfilter
Application
Natural paint
Transparent paint
Oil
Synthetic resin paint
PVC paint
Paint, undercoat
Priming paint
Filler
yellow (100 Meshes)
Marking
red (200 Meshes)
Part-No.
Filler
Rustproofing paint
Rustproofing paint
Latex paint
t t 00153 GB
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B_02280
19/20
0.019-0.48
Recommended gunfilter
Application
yellow (100 Meshes)
379219
Marking
Spraying
angle
0
20
0
379319
19/30
0.019-0.48
30
379419
19/40
0.019-0.48
400
379519
19/50
0.019-0.48
500
379619
19/60
0.019-0.48
600
379819
19/80
0.019-0.48
800
379221
21/20
0.021-0.53
200
379421
21/40
0.021-0.53
400
379521
21/50
0.021-0.53
500
379621
21/60
0.021-0.53
600
379821
21/80
0.021-0.53
800
379423
23/40
0.023-0.58
400
379623
23/60
0.023-0.58
600
379823
23/80
0.023-0.58
800
379425
25/40
0.025-0.64
400
379625
25/60
0.025-0.64
600
379825
25/80
0.025-0.64
800
379427
27/40
0.027-0.69
400
379627
27/60
0.027-0.69
600
379827
27/80
0.027-0.69
800
379429
29/40
0.029-0.75
400
379629
29/60
0.029-0.75
600
379829
29/80
0.029-0.75
800
379431
31/40
0.031-0.79
400
379631
31/60
0.031-0.79
600
379831
31/80
0.031-0.79
800
379435
35/40
0.035-0.90
400
379635
35/60
0.035-0.90
600
379835
35/80
0.035-0.90
800
Rustproofing paint
Latex paint
Distemper paint
Zinc dust coating
Rustproofing paint
Mica paint
white (50 Meshes)
Part-No.
Size
inch-mm
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9.3
AIR CAPS
Part No.
Description
394910
Air cap LV complete (red) for low viscosity paints
394911
Air cap HV complete (blue) for high viscosity paints
B_02257
B_02256
9.4
FILTER INSERT
Part No.
for 1 piece
Part No.
Filter types
for 10 piece
34383
97022
Gun filter red
Mesh
Use for
nozzles
200
0.007“ - 0.015“
"?
43235
97023
Gun filter yellow
100
0.015“ - 0.019“
"?
34377
9.5
97024
Gun filter white
50
0.017“ - 0.021“
"?
SWIVELS
Part No.
Description
394933
Set Swivel for paint- (NPSM 1/4“) and
for air connection (G1/4“)
B_02687
B_02689
394928
Swivel for paint connection (NPSM 1/4“)
B_02689
364938
Swivel for air connection G1/4“
B_02687
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9.6
HOSES
Part No.
Description
394100
Hose set AC Material DN3; Air DN6
Consisting of paint- air- and protective hose.
Material:
NPSM1/4“; 7.5 m; 24.6 ft; DN 3 mm; ID 0.12 inch; 27 MPa; 270 bar; 3916 psi
Air:
G1/4“; 7.5 m; 24.6 ft; DN 6 mm; ID 0.24 inch; 0.8 MPa; 8 bar; 116 psi
394101
Hose set AC Material DN4; Air DN6
Consisting of paint- air- and protective hose.
Material:
NPSM1/4“; 7.5 m; 24.6 ft; DN 4 mm; ID 0.16 inch; 27 MPa; 270 bar; 3916 psi
Air:
G1/4“; 7.5 m; 24.6 ft; DN 6 mm; ID 0.24 inch; 0.8 MPa; 8 bar; 116 psi
9987136
Protective hose
per meter
9.7
MISCELLANEOUS
Part No.
Description
9997001
Nozzle cleaning brush
394941
Service-Set GM 4600AC
394904
Conversion kit 16 MPa; 160 bar; 2320 ps
394905
Conversion kits 25 MPa; 250 bar; 3625 psi
367560
Double connector NPSM1/4“ (outside thread)
for paint hose extension
9985720
Double nipple G1/4“ (outside thread)
for air hose extension
B_02685
B_02686
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10 SPARE PARTS
10.1
HOW TO ORDER SPARE PARTS?
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Incorrect maintenance/repair!
Risk of injury and damage to the equipment
œ Repairs and part replacement may only be carried out by specially trained staff or a WAGNER service center.
œ Before all work on the unit and in the event of work interrup tions:
- Switch off the energy/compressed air supply.
- Relieve the pressure from the spray gun and unit.
- Secure the spray gun against actuation.
œ Observe the operating and service instructions when carrying
out all work.
SIHI_0004_GB
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10.2
SPARE PARTS LIST GM 4600AC
Spare parts list GM 4600AC
16 MPa
Part No.
Pos
K Qty
1
1
394004
2
1
9999501
25 MPa
Part No.
3940014
Description
GM 4600AC; XX MPa; NPSM1/4“
9999501
Screw spring Material
3
1
9999500
9999500
Screw spring Air
4
1
394256
394256
Tension sleeve compl.
5
1
394335
-
Spring cap 16 MPa; 160 bar: 2320 psi
5
1
-
394333
Spring cap 25 MPa; 250 bar: 3625 psi
6
1
394924
394924
Air tappet assy.
1
2311320
2311320
Valve rod unit assy.
10
1
394327
394327
Sealing screw
11 ✭ ◆
12 ✭ ◆
1
394328
394328
Sealing collar
1
9971445
9971445
O-ring
1
379xxx
379xxx
AC nozzle (see chapter 9.2)
14 ✭ ◆
15 ✭ ◆
1
394339
394339
Sealing ring
1
9974245
9974245
O-ring
16 ✭ ◆
17 ✭ ◆
1
394922
394922
Valve seat compl.
1
394338
394338
Nozzle seal
18
1
394330
394330
Chuck
19
1
394257
394257
Valve tappet compl.
20
1
394318
394318
Nut
21
1
394601
394601
Trigger
22
1
394319
394319
Screw
23
1
394334
394334
Safety catch
24
1
9935088
9935088
Cylindrical shaft
34 ✭ ◆
35 ✭ ◆
1
394920
394920
Valve rod compl.
1
1
1
394323
394910
394911
394323
394910
394911
Valve rod seal
Air cap LV complete (red)
Air cap HV complete (blue)
50
1
394309
394309
Valve tappet
51 ✭ ◆
52 ✭ ◆
1
179338
179338
Air valve seal
1
179395
179395
Seal
53 ✭ ◆
55
1
394322
394322
Cap
1
394336
394336
Nozzle body
8
13
36
36
◆
◆ ●
◆ ●
◆ ●
●
◆ = Wearing part
✭ = Included in service set
● = Not part of standard equipment for spray gun. Available, however, as additional
extra
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GM 4600AC
5
55
62
56
1
57
58
59
60
80
6
61
63
2
3
5
8
82
B
14
20
21
22
36
15
16
23
13
35
17
24
36
64
84
B_02748
Detail B
83
65
66
4
67
18
Mounting materials
19
10
82
50
51
52
53
11
12
34
Pos
K
Part No.
Description
80
●
9992831
Loctite 542
81
●
9992833
Loctite 638 green
82
●
9992590
Loctite 222
83
●
9992698
Vaseline white PHHV II
84
✭●
394342
Tool valve rod seal
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Spare parts list GM 4600AC
16 MPa
Part
No.
Pos
K Qty
56
1
128327
◆●
57
1
132516
◆●
58
1
132351
●
59
1
394308
●
60
1
394337
●
61
1
132...
◆●
25 MPa
Part No.
128327
132516
132351
394308
394337
132...
62
●
1
394180
394180
63
64
◆●
◆
1
1
132922
43235
132922
43235
65 ✭
66 ✭
◆
1
128389
128389
Description
Sealing nipple
Nozzle screwed connection compl.
Nozzle screwed connection holder
Union nut
Nozzle nut
Nozzle insert R (various dimensions
see chapter 9.1.1)
Round-jet nozzle cap
(see chapter 9.1)
Nozzle screwed connection compl.
Filter insert yellow, 100 mesh
(other filter types see chapter 9.2)
Seal
◆
1
43590
43590
Compression spring
67
1
394610
394610
Pivot joint NPS 1/4“
68
1
34041
34041
1
394941
394941
Connector assy.
A=M16x1.5/I=NPSM1/4“
Service-Set GM 4600AC
◆ = Wearing part
✭ = Included in service set
● = Not part of standard equipment for spray gun. Available, however, as additional
extra
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OPERATING MANUAL
10.3
SPARE PARTS LIST GM 4600AC-H
Spare parts list GM 4600AC-H
Pos
K
Qty
25 MPa
Description
Part No.
1
1
2303491
GM 4600AC-H; 25MPa; NPSM1/4“
2
1
9999501
Screw spring Material
3
1
9999500
Screw spring Air
4
1
394256
Tension sleeve compl.
5
1
394333
Spring cap 25 MPa; 250 bar: 3625 psi
6
◆
1
394924
Air tappet assy.
8
◆
1
2311320
Valve rod unit assy.
1
394327
Sealing screw
10
11
✭ ◆
1
394328
Sealing collar
12
✭ ◆
1
9971445
O-ring
13
◆ ●
1
379xxx
AC nozzle (see chapter 9.2)
14
✭ ◆
1
394339
Sealing ring
15
✭ ◆
1
9974245
O-ring
16
✭ ◆
1
394922
Valve seat compl.
17
✭ ◆
1
394338
Nozzle seal
18
1
394330
Chuck
19
1
394257
Valve tappet compl.
20
1
394318
Nut
21
1
394601
Trigger
22
1
394319
Screw
23
1
394334
Safety catch
24
1
9935088
Cylindrical shaft
34
✭ ◆
1
394920
Valve rod compl.
35
✭ ◆
1
394323
Valve rod seal
36
◆ ●
1
394910
Air cap LV complete (red)
36
◆ ●
1
394911
Air cap HV complete (blue)
50
1
394309
Valve tappet
51
✭ ◆
1
179338
Air valve seal
52
✭ ◆
1
179395
Seal
53
✭ ◆
1
394322
Cap
1
394336
Nozzle body
55
●
◆ = Wearing part
✭ = Included in service set
● = Not part of standard equipment for spray gun. Available, however, as additional
extra
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GM 4600AC-H
62
55
56
1
5
57
58
59
60
80
6
61
63
2
3
70
8
69
B
82
14
20
21
22
36
15
16
23
13
35
17
24
36
64
84
B_02880
83
65
66
4
67
18
Mounting materials
19
10
82
50
51
52
53
11
12
34
Pos
K
Part No.
Description
80
●
9992831
Loctite 542
81
●
9992833
Loctite 638 green
82
●
9992590
Loctite 222
83
●
9992698
Vaseline white PHHV II
84
✭●
394342
Tool valve rod seal
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OPERATING MANUAL
Spare parts list GM 4600AC-H
Pos
K
Qty
25 MPa
Description
56
◆ ●
1
128327
Sealing nipple
57
◆ ●
1
132516
Nozzle screwed connection compl.
58
●
1
132351
Nozzle screwed connection holder
59
●
1
394308
Union nut
60
●
1
394337
Nozzle nut
61
◆ ●
1
132...
62
●
1
394180
Round-jet nozzle cap
(see chapter 9.1)
63
◆ ●
1
132922
Nozzle screwed connection compl.
64
◆
1
43235
Filter insert yellow, 100 mesh
(other filter types see chapter 9.2)
65
✭ ◆
1
128389
Seal
66
✭ ◆
1
43590
Compression spring
67
1
394610
Pivot joint NPS 1/4“
68
1
34041
Connector assy.
A=M16x1.5/I=NPSM1/4“
Part No.
Nozzle insert R (various dimensions see chapter
9.1.1)
69
◆
1
9998910
Instruction sticker „Hot surfaces“
70
◆
1
9998911
Protection sticker for 9998910
1
394941
Service-Set GM 4600AC
◆ = Wearing part
✭ = Included in service set
● = Not part of standard equipment for spray gun. Available, however, as additional
extra
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Germany
J. WAGNER GmbH
Otto-Lilienthal-Str. 18
Postfach 1120
D- 88677 Markdorf
Telephone: +49 7544 5050
Telefax: +49 7544 505200
E-Mail: service.standard@wagner-group.com
Switzerland
J. WAGNER AG
Industriestrasse 22
Postfach 663
CH- 9450 Altstätten
Telephone: +41 (0)71 757 2211
Telefax: +41 (0)71 757 2222
E-Mail: rep-ch@wagner-group.ch
Belgium
WAGNER Spraytech Benelux BV
Veilinglaan 58
B- 1861 Wolvertem
Telephone: +32 (0)2 269 4675
Telefax: +32 (0)2 269 7845
E-Mail: info@wsb-wagner.be
Denmark
WAGNER Industrial Solution Scandinavia
Viborgvej 100, Skærgær
DK- 8600 Silkeborg
Telephone: +45 70 200 245
Telefax: +45 86 856 027
E-Mail info@wagner-industri.com
United Kingdom
WAGNER Spraytech (UK) Ltd.
Haslemere Way
Tramway Industrial Estate
GB- Banbury, OXON OX16 8TY
Telephone: +44 (0)1295 265 353
Telefax: +44 (0)1295 269861
E-Mail: enquiries@wagnerspraytech.co.uk
France
J. WAGNER France S.A.R.L.
Parc de Gutenberg - Bâtiment F8
8, Voie la Cardon
F- 91127 Palaiseau-Cedex
Telephone: +33 1 825 011 111
Telefax: +33 1691 946 55
E-Mail: division.solutionsindustrielles@wagner-france.fr
Netherlands
WAGNER SPRAYTECH Benelux BV
Zonnebaan 10
NL- 3542 EC Utrecht
Italy
WAGNER COLORA S.r.l
Via Fermi, 3
I- 20040 Burago di Molgora (MI)
Telephone: +31 (0) 30 241 4155
Telefax: +31 (0) 30 241 1787
E-Mail: info@wsb-wagner.nl
Telephone: +39 039 625021
Telefax: +39 039 6851800
E-Mail: info@wagnercolora.com
Japan
WAGNER Spraytech Ltd.
2-35, Shinden Nishimachi
J- Daito Shi, Osaka, 574-0057
Telephone: +81 (0) 720 874 3561
Telefax: +81/ (0) 720 874 3426
E-Mail: marketing@wagner-japan.co.jp
Austria
J. WAGNER GmbH
Otto-Lilienthal-Str. 18
Postfach 1120
D- 88677 Markdorf
Telephone: +49 (0) 7544 5050
Telefax: +49 (0) 7544 505200
E-Mail: service.standard@wagner-group.com
Sweden
WAGNER Industrial Solutions Scandinavia
Skolgatan 61
SE- 568 31 Skillingaryd
Telephone: +46 (0) 370 798 30
Telefax: +46 (0) 370 798 48
E-Mail: info@wagner-industri.com
Spain
WAGNER Spraytech Iberica S.A.
Ctra. N- 340, Km. 1245,4
E- 08750 Molins de Rei (Barcelona)
Telephone: +34 (0) 93 680 0028
Telefax: +34 (0) 93 668 0156
E-Mail: info@wagnerspain.com
Czechoslovakia
WAGNER s.r.o.
Nedasovská Str. 345
15521 Praha 5 - Zlicin
Telephone: +42 (0) 2 579 50 412
Telefax: +42 (0)2 579 51 052
E-Mail: info@wagner.cz
USA
WAGNER Systems Inc.
300 Airport Road, unit 1
Elgin, IL 60123 USA
Telephone: +1 630 503 2400
Telefax: +1 630 503 2377
E-Mail: info@wagnersystemsinc.com
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