334627E, InvisiPac GM100 Plug-Free Hot Melt

334627E, InvisiPac GM100 Plug-Free Hot Melt

Instructions

Read all warnings and instructions in this manual and in related manuals. Save these instructions.

See page 6 for models, approval information and working pressure ratings.

334627E

EN

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Warnings ........................................................... 3

Models............................................................... 6

Working Pressure ........................................ 6

Model Approvals .......................................... 6

Component Identification..................................... 7

Overview............................................................ 8

Grounding .......................................................... 8

Installation.......................................................... 9

Mounting ..................................................... 9

Connect Heated Hose .................................. 9

Recommended Air Setup.............................. 10

Connect Solenoid Valve ............................... 10

Connect Triggering Device ........................... 10

Before Using Equipment............................... 11

Flush........................................................... 12

Install Nozzle ............................................... 12

Select RTD.................................................. 12

Operation ........................................................... 13

Pressure Relief Procedure............................ 13

Maintenance ...................................................... 14

Replace Inlet Filter ....................................... 14

Filter Maintenance Guidelines....................... 14

Troubleshooting.................................................. 15

Check Module.............................................. 18

Check Nozzle and Module ............................ 18

Check Heater .............................................. 19

Check RTD.................................................. 20

Check Thermal Cutoff .................................. 20

Repair................................................................ 21

Required Tools ............................................ 21

Before Beginning Repair............................... 21

Replace Heater Cartridge ............................. 21

Replace RTD ............................................... 22

Replace Thermal Cutoff................................ 22

Replace Cordset .......................................... 24

Replace Solenoid Valve ............................... 25

Replace Module........................................... 25

Replace Applicator ....................................... 26

Notes ................................................................ 27

Parts.................................................................. 28

Solenoid Valve Kits............................................. 38

Kits and Accessories........................................... 39

Dimensions ........................................................ 42

Technical Data ................................................... 47

Graco Extended Warranty ................................... 48

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Warnings

The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbols refer to procedure-specific risks. When these symbols appear in the body of this manual or on warning labels, refer back to these

Warnings. Product-specific hazard symbols and warnings not covered in this section may appear throughout the body of this manual where applicable.

Equipment surfaces and fluid that is heated can become very hot during operation. To avoid severe burns:

• Do not touch hot fluid or equipment.

This equipment must be grounded. Improper grounding, setup, or usage of the system can cause electric shock.

• Turn off and disconnect power at main switch before disconnecting any cables and before servicing or installing equipment.

• Connect only to grounded power source.

• All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations.

High-pressure fluid from dispensing device, hose leaks, or ruptured components will pierce

• Do not point dispensing device at anyone or at any part of the body.

• Do not put your hand over the fluid outlet.

• Do not stop or deflect leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag.

checking, or servicing equipment.

• Tighten all fluid connections before operating the equipment.

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

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Warnings

4 prevent fire and explosion:

• Use equipment only in well ventilated area.

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

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

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

• Use only grounded hoses.

• Hold applicator firmly to side of grounded pail when triggering into pail. Do not use pail liners unless they are antistatic or conductive.

equipment until you identify and correct the problem.

• Keep a working fire extinguisher in the work area.

Misuse can cause death or serious injury.

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

• Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

• Keep children and animals away from work area.

• Comply with all applicable safety regulations.

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

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

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

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Warnings

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

• Protective eyewear, and hearing protection.

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

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Models

All models use a 240 V heater.

Applicators with Ni 120 RTD types come with a 6–pin rectangular cordset (24X040 for slim, 24X761 for standard Dual, and 24W088 for all other models).

25B027

25B030

Pt 100 (385)

Ni 120

24 VDC

24 VDC

25B021

25B024

Pt 100 (385)

Ni 120

24 VDC

24 VDC

332072

333347

InvisiPac Heated Hose

Instructions - Parts

InvisiPac HM25

Tank-Free Hot Melt

Delivery System

25B075

25B301

Pt 100 (385)

Ni 120

24 VDC

24 VDC

25B077

25B303

Pt 100 (385)

Ni 120

24 VDC

24 VDC

1500 psi (10.3 MPa, 103 bar)

80 psi (0.5 MPa, 5.5 bar)

65 psi (0.44 MPa, 4.4 Bar)

25B033

25B036

Pt 100 (385)

Ni 120

24 VDC

24 VDC

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Component Identification

A

B

E

F

C

D

G

Module

Fluid outlet

Fluid filter

Manifold

Fluid inlet (9/16–18, —6 JIC, 37° flare)

Cordset

Air tubes

H

J

L

M

N

O

P

Mounting clamp (1/2 in. diameter bar)

Solenoid valve (24 VDC)

Air inlet (1/4 in. diameter tubing)

Manual override switch

M8 Solenoid valve electrical connector

Air Close Exhaust Port

Air Open Exhaust Port

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Overview

The applicator uses the air-opened, air closed mode of operation. It uses a five-way exhausting solenoid to control the piston inside the valve. Fluid is filtered through the manifold filter (C) before entering the valve fluid inlet port. Then the fluid is filtered one final time through the module filter, which is located in each module, directly before the ball and seat.

When air moves the piston and rod from its seat, it opens the fluid outlet. To turn off the fluid, the solenoid redirects air to the top of the piston. The air and spring work together to push the piston and rod into the seat.

The applicator should be rigidly mounted and remotely operated by a melter system and triggering device. The melter system provides pressurized fluid to the valve. The triggering device controls the fluid flow by opening and closing the solenoid valve.

The equipment must be grounded to reduce the risk of static sparking and electric shock. Electric or static sparking can cause fumes to ignite or explode. Improper grounding can cause electric shock. Grounding provides an escape wire for the electric current.

recommendations.

code. Use only conductive metal pails, placed on a grounded surface. Do not place the pail on a non-conductive surface, such as paper or cardboard, which interrupts grounding continuity.

electrical power connector are grounded properly.

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Installation

To prevent heat transferring into other components of the packaging line, ensure that the insulator is installed.

to adjust nuts that control position of applicator on threaded rod.

Mount manifold on up to a 1/2 in. (12 mm) diameter bar using mounting clamp (H) to hold the applicator in place and ensure adhesive is applied properly.

For optimal mounting strength of a slim model, use a 7/16 hex bar.

models use a 5 mm Allen wrench.

1.

Remove the solenoid. For removal and installation instructions, see

Replace Solenoid Valve, page 25

.

2.

Remove the existing clamp and replace the bottom part with new clamp A.

3.

Before mounting to the rod, loosely thread screw

C into block A and thread screw D through block

B into the assembly.

4.

Hold the applicator up to 1/2 in. diameter bar and rotate the top clamp B so that screw C moves into the slot.

5.

Use a 3 mm Allen wrench to torque screw C, and a 5 mm Allen wrench to torque screw D.

6.

Re-install the solenoid.

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Installation

1.

Connect the hose fluid outlet to the manifold fluid inlet (E). Use two 11/16 in. wrenches to tighten the hose fitting.

2.

Set the air regulator to 80 psi (5.5 Bar, 0.5 MPa).

3.

Connect tubing from the air regulator to the applicator solenoid.

1.

Connect 1/4 in. diameter air supply tubing to a clean, dry, and non-lubricated air supply and to the push-to-connect air inlet fitting (L).

2.

Connect the cordset (F) to the hose.

3.

Connect the hose inlet to the melter system outlet. See the heated hose manual for installation guidelines.

4.

Connect the hose cordset to melter. See the heated hose manual for installation guidelines.

1.

Connect tubing from the air filter (Graco part

106148) to the air regulator.

2.

Connect solenoid valve (J) to 24 VDC signal.

See

Connect Triggering Device, page 10

.

applicator. The fitting can be changed using a 5 mm Allen wrench. A 1/4 in. to 3/8 in. diameter tube adapter is included with the application.

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Installation

All GM100 valves use a 24 VDC solenoid valve.

Plus (+)

Minus ( - )

24V Supply

Return

Brown

Blue/Black

Improper electrical connection can result in electric shock. All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations.

The equipment was tested with canola oil, which is left in the fluid passages to protect parts. To avoid contaminating your fluid with oil, prime the equipment with hot melt until all of the oil is pushed out before using the equipment. See

Flush, page 12 .

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Installation

Use 1/2 in. wrench to install nozzle. See

Kits and Accessories, page 39

.

temperature set point has been achieved. Cycling the module below the temperature set point may cause premature seal leakage.

1.

Disconnect or turn off the device which triggers the solenoid valve.

2.

Ensure the nozzle (Z) is removed.

3.

Heat the system to working temperature.

4.

Place waste container under the applicator to catch the adhesive.

5.

Press the manual override switch (M) to manually trigger the solenoid valve.

6.

Dispense hot melt (adhesive) until it is clean.

Identify RTD type used in applicator on the system

Advanced Display Module (ADM). The RTD type is listed on the manifold cover plate.

An incorrect RTD setting will cause the system to be incapable of maintaining the temperature setting. The applicator may overheat and trip the thermal cutoff, if the applicator uses a PT 100 (385) and NI 120 is selected on the ADM Setup screen.

The applicator may under-heat if the applicator uses a NI 120 and PT 100 (385) is selected on the

ADM Setup screen.

• If PT 100 (385) is listed, select PT 100 (385) in the

ADM Setup screens.

• If NI 120 is listed, select NI 120 in the ADM Setup screens.

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Operation

Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure whenever you see this symbol.

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

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

1.

Depressurize hotmelt system.

2.

Close the bleed-type master air valve.

3.

Actuate the applicator repeatedly until no fluid flows.

4.

If you suspect the module nozzle is clogged, remove nozzle and then actuate the module to relieve pressure.

5.

If you suspect the module or fluid hose is clogged or that pressure has not been fully relieved after following the steps above, VERY

SLOWLY loosen inlet fitting, inlet filter, or hose end coupling to relieve pressure gradually, then loosen completely. Clear hose or module obstruction.

6.

Turn off air pressure to the solenoid valve.

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Maintenance

3.

Apply a thin coating of high-temperature lubricant to seals on the new filter (C) and install in the manifold (D). Torque to 30 in.-lb (3.4 N∙m), using a 5/32 in. (4 mm) Allen wrench.

Material inside the applicator can be near setpoint temperature. Wear protective clothing to avoid severe burns.

Clean hot melt from exterior of applicator.

Inspect the applicator, fluid lines, cordset, and solenoid cable for wear or damage. See

Repair, page 21

for instructions.

These recommendations are service level guidelines

- actual service levels required in your factory will vary based on environmental and operating conditions. High or low volume adhesive usage, as well as adhesives that contain a powdered release agent or are otherwise dusty, will have an impact on the frequency of filter maintenance. To establish a preventative maintenance cycle tailored to your environment, Graco recommends inspecting filters every 4 weeks after installation and replacing when necessary. Document replacement intervals and use this as your preventative maintenance schedule moving forward.

Remove the filter when the applicator is hot. If the applicator is cold, the adhesive will be hard and the filter may be difficult to remove or damaged.

1.

Disable the applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Remove dirty filter (C) from manifold (D).

Manifold filter

Replace filter every

Replace filter months

Replace filter months

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Troubleshooting

No adhesive or incorrect amount of adhesive out of all modules when triggered

Plugged manifold filter

Clogged hose

Failed solenoid valve

No adhesive or incorrect amount of adhesive out of one/some modules when triggered

Adhesive out of one/some modules when not triggered

No signal to solenoid valve

Incorrect solenoid valve wiring

Incorrect signal to solenoid valve

Solenoid muffler plugged

No fluid pressure

Heater failure (cold applicator)

No air to solenoid valve

Dirty or faulty triggering device

Solenoid valve connected incorrectly

Clogged manifold passage

Plugged nozzle

Failed module in closed position

Plugged module filter

Clogged manifold passage

Failed module in open position

Adhesive pressure too high

Replace manifold filter. See

Replace Inlet Filter, page 14 .

Clean or replace hose.

Check for correct operation. Clean or replace.

Check solenoid valve for correct operation.

Check solenoid valve wiring.

Check if 24 VDC.

Check and replace mufflers.

Check adhesive delivery system.

Check and replace heater cartridges.

See

Replace Heater Cartridge, page 21 .

Check air supply.

Check, clean, or replace triggering device.

Check solenoid valve air connections.

Clean or replace manifold.

Clean or replace nozzle.

Check for correct operation.

Clean or replace.

See

Check Module, page 18 .

Replace module.

See

Replace Module, page 25 .

Clean or replace manifold.

Clean or replace module. See

Replace Module, page 25 .

Check and reduce fluid pressure.

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Troubleshooting

Applicator will not heat

Applicator overheats

Applicator under-heats

Adhesive leaking from applicator

Heater failure

Loose cord set connection

RTD failure

Incorrect RTD for adhesive delivery system

Thermal cutoff failure

Wrong RTD type selected

Heater failure

RTD failure

Incorrect RTD for adhesive delivery system

Incorrect power to heater

Wrong RTD type selected

Heater failure

RTD failure

Incorrect RTD for adhesive delivery system

Incorrect power to heater

Wrong RTD type selected

Module o-ring failure

Inlet fitting loose

Manifold filter o-ring failure

Nozzle loose

Check and replace heater cartridge.

See

Replace Heater Cartridge, page 21 .

Check connection.

Check and replace RTD. See

Check RTD, page 20

.

Check delivery system RTD requirement

Check and replace thermal cutoff.

See

Replace Thermal Cutoff, page 22

.

Check RTD type settings on the system. Change if necessary. See

Select RTD, page 12 .

Check and replace heater cartridge.

See

Replace Heater Cartridge, page 21 .

Check and replace RTD. See

Check RTD, page 20

.

Check delivery system RTD requirement.

Check and correct power.

Check RTD type settings on the system. Change if necessary. See

Select RTD, page 12 .

Check and replace heater cartridge.

See

Replace Heater Cartridge, page 21

Check and replace RTD.

Check delivery system RTD requirement.

Check and correct power.

Check RTD type settings on the system. Change if necessary. See

Select RTD, page 12 .

Check and replace o-ring. See

Replace Module, page 25 .

Tighten fitting.

Check and replace o-ring.

Tighten nozzle.

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Troubleshooting

Speed has reduced on one module

Adhesive out of all modules when not triggered

Low air pressure to solenoid valve Check air supply

Low fluid pressure

Low applicator temperature

Check adhesive delivery system

Check heat operation. See

“Applicator will not heat” section in

Troubleshooting, page 15 .

Plugged manifold filter

Module piston seal air leak

Solenoid valve failure

Adhesive pressure too high

Solenoid valve connected incorrectly

Module failure

Replace manifold filter (see

Replace Inlet Filter, page 14

).

Check solenoid air close exhaust port

(O). See

Replace Module, page 25 .

Check and replace solenoid valve.

Check and reduce fluid pressure.

Check solenoid valve air connections.

No air to solenoid valve

Check and replace all modules. See

Check Module, page 18 .

Check air supply.

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Troubleshooting

Check the module operation to verify if the module has failed and needs to be replaced.

1.

Visually check for the presence of glue in the weep hole (W).

replaced. See

Replace Module, page 25

.

2.

Verify that the air pressure to the solenoid valve is 65–80 psi (4.4 – 5.5 bar, 0.44 – 0.55 MPa).

6.

Remove the nozzle.

7.

Press the manual over-ride switch to trigger the module. If glue flows from the seat, the module is functioning properly.

Trigger the applicator without the nozzle to determine if the nozzle or module is clogged.

1.

Disable applicator assembly. See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Use a 1/2 in. wrench to loosen the nozzle and remove by hand.

3.

Verify that there is air pressure to the motor, which will verify that there is fluid pressure.

4.

Make sure the system is at the correct temperature.

5.

While looking in the weep hole press the solenoid valve manual override switch (M) to manually trigger the applicator.

3.

Connect the power and solenoid cable.

4.

Return the applicator back into operation.

5.

Trigger the applicator.

a.

If adhesive flows, clean the nozzle and reinstall on the module.

b.

If adhesive does not flow, the module is clogged and needs to be replaced. See

Replace Module, page 25 .

moves then the module is functioning properly. If the rod does not move, the module needs to be replaced. See

Replace Module, page 25

.

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Check the continuity of the heater to verify proper resistance. If there is no continuity, the heater has failed and needs to be replaced.

1.

Disable applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Check resistance of the heater using a multi-meter between the pins of the cordset connector. See connectors illustrations in cordset pin tables.

3.

Replace the heater cartridge if the resistance reading is outside the range or if there is no continuity. See

Replace Heater Cartridge, page 21

.

C

D

A

B

Pin Description

Thermal Cutoff

Ground

Heat

E

RTD (White)

RTD (Red)

3

5

G

Pin Description

1

2

Thermal Cutoff

Heat -

RTD (White)

RTD (Red)

Ground

24W087,

24X039, or 24X760

Pt 100

(385) RTD

Cordset

24W088,

24X040, or

24X761 Ni

120 RTD

Cordset

A and C

1 and 2

Slim Models 365–405

Ohms

Dual and

Dual Low

Profile

Models

180–200

Ohms

Quad and

Quad low

Profile

Models

145–165

Ohms

Slim Models 365–405

Ohms

Dual and

Dual Low

Profile

Models

180–200

Ohms

Quad and

Quad low

Profile

Models

145–165

Ohms

Troubleshooting

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Troubleshooting

Check the continuity of the RTD to verify proper resistance. If there is no continuity, the RTD has failed and needs to be replaced.

1.

Disable the applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Check resistance of the RTD using a multi-meter between the pins of the cordset connector. See connectors illustrations in cordset pin tables.

If working properly, the cutoff will trip at 500° F (260°

C) and rest at 420° F (216° C). If failure is suspected, allow the applicator to cool and then check the continuity of the thermal cutoff to verify it has not failed. If there is no continuity, the cutoff has failed and needs to be replaced.

1.

Disable the applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Remove cover plate.

3.

Check for continuity using a multi-meter between pin of cord set connector and the wire from the thermal cutoff that connects to the heater lead.

24W087,

24X039, or

24X760 Pt

100 (385)

RTD Cordset

24W088,

24X040, or

24X761 Ni

120 RTD

Cordset

D and E

3 and 5

107-115 ohms

130-140 ohms

3.

Replace the RTD if the resistance reading is outside the range, or if there is no continuity. See

Replace RTD, page 22 .

24W087, 24X039, or 24X760 Pt

100 (385) RTD Cordset

24W088, 24X040, or 24X761 Ni

120 RTD Cordset

A

1

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Repair

• Phillips screwdriver

• Flat blade screwdriver

• 3 mm, 4 mm, and 5 mm Allen wrenches

• 10 mm, 1/2 in. 11/16 in., and 3/4 in. wrenches

• Torque wrenches

• Waste container

• High-temperature anaerobic thread sealant

• High-temperature lubricant

• Anti-seize

• Crimp tool

1.

Disable the applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21

.

2.

Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the four screws (15) and manifold cover plate (18).

3.

Remove the heater cartridges (3) from the manifold (1).

Material inside the applicator can be near setpoint temperature. Wear protective clothing to avoid severe burns.

1.

Turn off the melter system. See melter manual for shutdown instructions.

2.

Relieve pressure.

See

Pressure Relief Procedure, page 13 .

3.

Disconnect the cordset (F) from the heated hose.

lead lengths.

4.

Remove butt splices (4) from heater wires (3), thermal cutoff (29), and cordset wire leads (17).

5.

Crimp new heater wires into new splices (4). See wiring diagram.

To prevent a short to ground and blowing a

MZLP fuse, ensure bare wires are covered and fiber glass tape and sleeves are centered over splices.

6.

Insert the new heater cartridges (3) into the manifold (1).

4.

Disconnect M8 solenoid electrical connector (N).

cartridge.

7.

Reinstall the manifold cover plate (18).

8.

Reconnect the cordset (17) to the heated hose.

9.

Reconnect the M8 solenoid electrical connector

(N).

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Repair

The RTD is replaced by replacing the entire cordset.

See

Replace Cordset, page 24

, for instructions.

1.

Disable the applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Use a Phillips screws driver to remove the four screws (15) and manifold cover plate (18).

3.

Remove butt splices (4) from heater wires (3) and cordset wire leads (17).

4.

Crimp wires. See

Wiring Diagram

.

To prevent a short to ground and blowing a

MZLP fuse, ensure bare wires are covered with fiber glass tape (32) and sleeves (30) are centered over butt splices (4).

a.

Crimp butt splice on cordset heater wires

(17) and heater wires (3). Light pull on splice to ensure it is crimped.

b.

Slide sleeves (30) over each pair of wires before crimping.

c.

Crimp white wire to one thermal cutoff lead

(29).

d.

Crimp other thermal cutoff lead (29) to one heater wire(s) (3).

e.

Crimp other heater wire(s) to black lead (17).

f.

Wrap a short piece of fiber glass tape around each splice.

g.

Center sleeves (30) over each taped splice.

5.

Gently press wires into the manifold. Instal plate

(18) and screws (15).

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Repair

use one heater (3).

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Repair

10. Reinstall the ground lead onto the manifold (1).

24X039 is for slim 100 Ohm RTD controlled applicators.

24X040 is for slim 120 Ohm RTD controlled applicators.

24X760 is for dual 100 Ohm RTD controlled applicators.

24X761 is for dual 120 Ohm RTD controlled applicators.

24W087 is for Low Profile Dual, Low Profile Quad, and Quad 100 Ohm RTD controlled applicators.

24W088 is for Low Profile Dual, Low Profile Quad, and Quad 120 Ohm RTD controlled applicators.

Make sure you have the correct cordset before replacing.

1.

Disable the applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the four screws (15) and manifold cover plate (18).

3.

Use a 2 mm Allen wrench to remove the set screw (6) holding the cordset (17) on the manifold

(1).

4.

Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the ground lead and star washer (20) from the manifold (1).

next to RTD.

5.

Remove the RTD (17a) from the manifold (1).

6.

Disconnect thermal cutoff (29).

7.

Remove the cordset (17) from the manifold (1).

8.

Install the new cordset, RTD, and ground (17) in the manifold (1). Crimp thermal cutoff wires (29).

See

Wiring Diagram, page 23

for connections.

below the ground ring terminal.

11. Insert the RTD (17a) and thermal cutoff (29) into the manifold ports.

thermal cutoff.

12. Insert the heater cartridges (3) in the manifold (1).

Do not pinch any wires when inserting wire in the manifold, to prevent removing wire insulation or disconnecting wires. If wire insulation is removed, the RTD or heaters could short out and need to be replaced.

13. Reinstall the manifold cover plate (18).

14. Reconnect the cordset (17) to the heated hose.

15. Reconnect the M8 solenoid electrical connector..

inserted into the manifold.

9.

Install set screw (6) against the cordset bushing to secure the cordset (17) to the manifold (1).

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Repair

1.

Disable the applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Turn off the air supply to the solenoid valve.

3.

Disconnect M8 solenoid electrical connector (N).

4.

Disconnect air line from air fitting (L).

Material inside the applicator can be near setpoint temperature. Wear protective clothing to avoid severe burns.

1.

Disable the applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Turn off air supply to solenoid.

3.

Use a 3 mm Allen wrench to remove the two mounting screws (22) and module (2) from manifold (1).

Do not allow adhesive to enter the air ports, to allow air to flow through valve. Adhesive in the air ports will obstruct the flow of air and damage the valve.

5.

Loosen the solenoid valve set screw with a 3 mm

Allen wrench, then remove the solenoid valve (J).

6.

Apply high temperature grease to o-rings on solenoid tubes.

7.

Install the new solenoid valve into the manifold, then use a 3 mm Allen wrench to tighten the solenoid valve set screw.

8.

Connect the M8 solenoid valve electrical connector (N).

9.

Connect the 1/4 in. air line to the solenoid. Turn air on.

4.

Verify that no glue is present in the manifold air ports.

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Repair

5.

Hold a rag over the manifold air ports and turn the air supply ON to clean ports.

6.

Cycle solenoid by pushing the blue button on the solenoid.

7.

Turn off the air supply and remove the rag.

8.

Apply high temperature lubricant to air section o-rings (2b) and fluid section o-ring (2a) in module (2).

fluid section o-ring is black. All o-rings are fluoroelastomer. The color is only used to identify the difference in size.

9.

Apply anti-seize to two screw threads (22). Use a 3 mm Allen wrench to install new module (2) on manifold with two screws (22). Torque to 28–32 in.-lb (3.2–3.6 N•m).

10. Connect cordset (17) to the heated hose.

1.

Disable the applicator.

See

Before Beginning Repair, page 21 .

2.

Loosen the mounting bar clamp and remove the applicator from the mounting bar.

3.

Install new applicator. See

Installation, page 9

.

26 334627E

Notes

334627E 27

Parts

28

1

2

4

Apply a thin coating of lubricant to seals.

Apply lubricant to the first .05 in. of the thread of the bolts (22) before installing module (2).

Torque to 30 +/- 2 in-lb (3.3 +/- 0.2 N•m).

Torque to 15–20 in-lb (1.7–2.2 N•m).

10

11

Torque to 10–12 in-lb (1.1–1.5 N•m).

Torque to 144 in–lb/12 ft-lb (1.5 N•m).

334627E

Parts

1

MANIFOLD, single

2 25B241

MODULE, AC, GM100

3♦

11a

24X043

HEATER, rod

4◌

10●

CONNECTOR, butt splice

5▲ 16K931

TAG, warning

8 124736

SCREW, set, cup, M4 x 7 x 4 mm, sst

9☼ 24X038

SOLENOID, quick disconnect

INSULATOR, slim

CLAMP, top

11b

CLAMP, bottom

11c

SCREW, valve

12●

BOLT, shcs, M6 x 35 mm

13 102411

PIN, spring,

14●

15 128306

SCREW, mach, hex, flat hd

SCREW, mach, phillips, pan hd

16■

17

17a 24X039

17b 24X040

FILTER, applicator, 80 mesh

CORD, set, 240 V, applicator, mini

APPLICATOR, GM100, single,

24 VDC, PT100 (Model

25B021)

APPLICATOR, GM100, single, 24 VDC, Ni120 (Model

25B024)

18 17A518

PANEL, single

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

5

1

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

19 17B164

INSULATOR, electrical

20 157021

WASHER, lock, int

22

24

111119

24P548

SCREW, valve

FITTING, elbow, 45, JIC 06 x

SEA06, mm

25 103473

32◌ C33049

STRAP, tie, wire

26 16P285

SCREW, set, cup, socket hd

29 24X046

SWITCH, over temp, 500F, 2

30◌ in. leads

SLEEVE, silicone, red, 2 in.

LGX, 0.16 in. OD

TAPE, adhesive, fiberglass

40 24X456

CABLE, M8, 3–pin, 5.0 m

41▲ 17F001

TAG, instruction

42● LOCK WASHER

3

0.25

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

● Included in Slim Mounting Clamp Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

◌ Included with all Heater, Cordset, and Overtemp

Kits, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39

.

♦ Included with Slim Heater Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

Included in Inlet Filter Kit options, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

For individual solenoid components, see

Solenoid Valve Kits, page 38

.

Replacement Danger and Warning labels are available at no cost.

334627E 29

Parts

7

11

Apply a thin coating of lubricant to seals.

Apply lubricant to the first .05 in. of the thread of the bolts (22) before installing module (2).

Torque to 30 +/- 2 in-lb (3.3 +/- 0.2 N•m).

15

17

Torque to 10–12 in-lb (1.1–1.5 N•m).

Torque to 15–20 in-lb (1.7–2.2 N•m).

30 334627E

Parts

1

MANIFOLD, dual, GM100, machined

2 25B241 MODULE, AC, GM100

3♦ 24X242 HEATER, rod

4◌

CONNECTOR, butt splice

5▲ 16K931 TAG, warning

1

2

2

3

1

6

7

8

17D782 PLATE, electrical, GM100, dual 1

128220 INSULATOR, electrical, dual

124736

SCREW, set, cup, M4 x 0.7 x 4 mm, sst

1

1

1 9☼ 24X038 SOLENOID, quick disconnect

11 24X046

SWITCH, over temp, 500 F, with

2 in. leads

12 108050 WASHER, lock, spring

1

2

13 117030 SCREW, shcs, M6 x 40

14 24P549

FITTING, elbow, 45, JIC 06 x

SEA06, mm

2

1

15 128306 SCREW, mach, phillips, pan hd 6

16■ 1

17

17a 24X760

17b 24X761

FILTER, applicator, 80 mesh

CORD, set, 240 V, applicator, dual, 100

APPLICATOR, GM100, dual,

24VDC, PT100 (Model 25B075)

APPLICATOR, GM100, dual,

24VDC, Ni120 (Model 25B301)

1

20 157021 WASHER, lock, int

22 111119 SCREW, valve

26 103473 STRAP, tie, wire

27● 16T205 CLAMP, bar, housing, metric

INSULATOR, clamp, bar,

28● 16P848 housing

29 16P285 SCREW, set, cup, socket hd

33◌

SLEEVE, silicone, red, 2 in.

LGX 0.16 in. OD

44◌ C33049 TAPE, adhesive, fiberglass

52 24X456 CABLE, M8, 3–pin, 5.0 m

53▲ 17F001 TAG, instruction

Included in Dual Mounting Clamp Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

◌ Included with all Heater, Cordset, and Overtemp

Kits, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39

.

♦ Included with Dual Heater Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

■ Included in Inlet Filter Kit options, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

For individual solenoid components, see

Solenoid Valve Kits, page 38

.

Replacement Danger and Warning labels are available at no cost.

1

1

1

2

1

4

3

0.25

1

1

334627E 31

Parts

7

11

Apply a thin coating of lubricant to seals.

Apply lubricant to the first .05 in. of the thread of the bolts (22) before installing module (2).

Torque to 30 +/- 2 in-lb (3.3 +/- 0.2 N•m).

15

17

Torque to 10–12 in-lb (1.1–1.5 N•m).

Torque to 15–20 in-lb (1.7–2.2 N•m).

32 334627E

Parts

1

MANIFOLD, quad, mini, machine head

2

3♦

25B241 MODULE, AC, GM100

24X758

HEATER, 240 VAC, 375W, 8 mm dia.

4◌

CONNECTOR, butt splice

1

4

1

3

5▲ 16K931 TAG, warning, turbo

6 17A618 COVER, electric, GM100, quad

1

1

1 7

8

128219 INSULATION, electrical, quad

124736

SCREW, set, cup, M4 x 0.7 x

4 mm, sst

9☼ 24X038 SOLENOID, quick disconnect

11 24X046

SWITCH, over temp, 500F with

2 in. leads

12● 108050 WASHER, lock, spring

13● 117030 SCREW, shcs M6X40

14 24P549

FITTING, elbow, 45, JIC

06XSAE06, mm

15 128306 SCREW, mach, phil, pan hd

1

1

1

2

2

1

6

16■

FILTER, applicator, 80 mesh

17

17a 24W087

17b 24W088

CORD SET, 240V, applicator

APPLICATOR, GM100, quad,

24 VDC, PT100 (Model

25B077)

APPLICATOR, GM100, quad,

24 VDC, Ni120 (Model 25B303)

1

1

20 157021 WASHER, lock, int

22 111119 SCREW, valve

26 103473 STRAP, tie, wire

27● 16T205 CLAMP, bar, housing, metric

INSULATOR, clamp, bar,

28● 16P848 housing

29 16P285 SCREW, set, cup, socket hd

33◌

SLEEVE, silicone, red, 2 in.

LGX 16 in. OD

43 102233 BALL, stainless steel

44◌ C33049 TAPE, adhesive, fiberglass

52 24X456 CABLE, M8, 3–pin, 5.0 m

53▲ 17F001 TAG, instruction

1

1

Included in Quad Mounting Clamp Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

Included with all Heater, Cordset, and Overtemp

Kits, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39

.

Included with Quad Heater Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

Included in Inlet Filter Kit options, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

For individual solenoid components, see

Solenoid Valve Kits, page 38

.

▲ Replacement Danger and Warning labels are available at no cost.

1

1

1

2

1

8

3

2

334627E 33

Parts

7

8

11

Apply a thin coating of lubricant to seals.

Apply sealant to threads. The head of the plug needs to be flush with the housing.

Apply lubricant to the first .05 in. of the thread of the bolts (22) before installing module (2).

Torque to 30 +/- 2 in-lb (3.3 +/- 0.2 N•m).

17

18

Torque to 15–20 in-lb (1.7–2.2 N•m).

Torque to 20–30 in-lb (2.2–3.3 N•m).

34 334627E

Parts

1

MANIFOLD, quad, LP, mini, machined

2

3♦

25B241 MODULE, AC, GM100

24X758

HEATER, 240 VAC, 375 W, 8 mm diameter

4◌

CONNECTOR, butt splice

1

4

1

3

5▲ 16K931

TAG, warning

6 17B968

PLATE, side, quad, LP,

7 128007

GM100

INSULATOR, electrical, side plate

8 124736

SCREW, set, cup, M4 x 0.7 x

4 mm, sst

1

1

1

1

9☼ 24X038

SOLENOID, quick disconnect

1

11 24X046

SWITCH, over temp, 500F, with 2 in. leads

1

12● 108050

WASHER, lock, spring

2

13● 117029 2

14

15

24P459

128306

SCREW, shcs, M6X25

FITTING, adapter, JIC 06 x

SEA06, mm

SCREW, mach, phillips, pan hd

1

10

16■

FILTER, applicator, mesh 80

1

17

17a 24W087

17b 24W088

18

20

21

22

17D216

157021

103147

111119

CORD, set, 240 V, applicator

1

APPLICATOR, GM100, dual,

LP, 24VDC, PT100 (Model

25B033)

APPLICATOR, GM100, dual,

LP, 24VDC, Ni120 (Model

25B036)

PLATE, back, quad, LP,

GM100

1

WASHER, lock, int

1

PLUG, pipe

1

SCREW, valve

8

26 103473

41● 100018

STRAP, tie, wire

29

33◌

35●

36●

37●

16P285

SCREW, set, cup, socket hd

SLEEVE, silicone, red, 2 in.

LGX 0.16 in. OD

INSULATOR, clamp, GM100, quad, LP

BLOCK, mounting, GM100, quad, LP

ROD, mtg, threaded, low profile

38● 102598

SCREW, cap, socket head

39● 109570

WASHER, plain

40● 100020

WASHER, lock

WASHER, lock, spring

42● 100321

NUT

43 102233

BALL, stainless steel

44◌ C33049 TAPE, adhesive, fiberglass

46 128008

INSULATOR, electrical, back plate

52 24X456

CABLE, M8, 3–pin, 5.0 M

53▲ 17F001 TAG, instructions

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

2

1

2

2

4

0.25

1

1

1

Included in Quad Mounting Clamp Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

Included with all Heater, Cordset, and Overtemp

Kits, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39

.

Included with Quad Heater Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

Included in Inlet Filter Kit options, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

For individual solenoid components, see

Solenoid Valve Kits, page 38

.

▲ Replacement Danger and Warning labels are available at no cost.

334627E 35

Parts

7

8

11

Apply a thin coating of lubricant to seals.

Apply sealant to threads. The head of the plug needs to be flush with the housing.

Apply lubricant to the first .05 in. of the thread of the bolts (22) before installing module (2).

Torque to 30 +/- 2 in-lb (3.3 +/- 0.2 N•m).

15

17

18

Torque to 10–12 in-lb (1.1–1.5 N•m).

Torque to 15–20 in-lb (1.7–2.2 N•m).

Torque to 20–30 in-lb (2.2–3.3 N•m).

36 334627E

Parts

1

MANIFOLD, dual, LP, mini, machined

2 25B241 MODULE, AC, GM100

3♦ 24X242 HEATER, rod

4◌

CONNECTOR, butt splice

5▲ 16K931 TAG, warning

8 124736

SCREW, set, cup, M4 x 0.7 x

4mm, sst

1

2

2

3

1

1

9☼ 24X038 SOLENOID, quick disconnect 1

11 24X046

SWITCH, over temp, 500F, with 2 in. leads

1

12● 108050 WASHER, lock, spring 2

2 13● 127941 SCREW, shcs, M5 x 25

14 24P615

FITTING, adapter, JIC 06 x

SEA06, mm

15 128306

SCREW, mach, phillips, pan hd

16■

FILTER, applicator, 80 mesh

17

17a 24W087

17b 24W088

18 17C165

CORD, set, 240V, applicator

APPLICATOR, GM100, dual,

LP, 24 VDC, PT100 (Model

25B027)

APPLICATOR, GM100, dual,

LP, 24 VDC, Ni120 (Model

25B030)

PLATE, electrical, GM100, dual, LP

20 157021 WASHER, lock, int

21 103147 PLUG, pipe

22 111119 SCREW, valve

26 103473 STRAP, tie, wire

29 16P285 SCREW, set, cup, socket hd

1

6

1

1

1

1

1

4

1

1

33◌

35●

36●

37●

17C164

17C163

16V783

SLEEVE, silicone, red, 2 in.

LGX 0.16 in. OD

INSULATOR, clamp, GM100, dual LP

BLOCK, mounting, GM100, dual, LP

ROD, mtg, threaded, low profile

38● 102598 SCREW, cap, socket head

39● 109570 WASHER, plain

40● 100020 WASHER, lock

41● 100018 WASHER, lock, spring

42● 100321 NUT

43 102233 BALL, stainless steel

44◌ C33049 TAPE, adhesive, fiberglass

46 127943 INSULATOR, electrical

52 24X456 CABLE, M8, 3–pin, 5.0 m

53▲ 17F001 TAG, instructions

3

1

1

1

1

2

1

2

2

2

0.25

1

1

1

● Included in Quad Mounting Clamp Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

◌ Included with all Heater, Cordset, and Overtemp

Kits, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39

.

♦ Included with Quad Heater Kit, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

Included in Inlet Filter Kit options, see

Kits and Accessories, page 39 .

For individual solenoid components, see

Solenoid Valve Kits, page 38

.

Replacement Danger and Warning labels are available at no cost.

334627E 37

Solenoid Valve Kits

Ref.

Part

9a

9b

- - -

VALVE, solenoid, 5w, sr, 24 VDC

17A633 FITTING, 1/4 push-to-connect, M7

9c

9e

24X044 KIT, solenoid tube with o-rings

106560 O-RING, packing

9d

9f

295685

O-RING

24X045 KIT, solenoid cable

9g+ 24T156 LUBRICANT, high temp, 3g

128478 FITTING, M6 push-to-connect, M7 (not shown)

+ Apply lubricant 9g to o-rings 9d and 9e. Lubricant is NOT for use on solenoid valve internal components.

1

1

1

1

1

1

11

1

38 334627E

Kits and Accessories

- - - -

24X834

MODULE

111119

SCREW, valve

24R835 O-RING (10 pack) Fluid

24T179 LUBRICANT, anti-seize

Air O-RING (10 pack)

1

1

1

2

2

Tube with 0.5 oz of anti-seize for use on module mounting screws in InvisiPac applicators.

Includes two mufflers that can be used with solenoid valve kits.

Cordsets include the RTD. Use crimp tool kit 24W086

(purchase separately).

24X039

24X040

24X760

24X761

24W087

24W088

Slim

Slim

Standard Dual

Platinum 100

Ohm

Nickel 120 Ohm

Platinum 100

Ohm

Nickel 120 Ohm Standard Dual

All other models Platinum 100

Ohm

All other models Nickel 120 Ohm

Use to run two or three modules on a quad applicator or one module on a dual applicator.

24P275

24P802

Single

3 Pack

Heater cartridges for single, dual, and quad models.

24X043 Slim

24X242 Dual Low

Profile and

Dual

24X758 Quad Low

Profile and

Quad

1.75 in. (44 mm)

1.75 in. (44 mm)

3.1 in. (79 mm)

1

2

1

Single Kit Description

24P615

24P548

24P547

Straight

45°

90°

24X046 Standard

Packet with 3–grams of high temperature lubricant.

For use on seals in InvisiPac applicators.

334627E 39

Kits and Accessories

Ref

Part

10 17A496 INSULATOR, clamp, bar, housing

11a

- - -

CLAMP, top

11b

11c

13

14

112674

106371

CLAMP, bottom

SCREW, valve

12 108050 WASHER, lock, spring

SCREW, shcs, M6 x 35

SCREW, flat head

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

6

7

8

2

3

4

Ref.

Part

1 100018 WASHER, lock, spring

5

100020

100321

WASHER, lock

NUT

102598 SCREW, cap, socket head

108050 WASHER, lock, spring

9

10

WASHER, plain

SCREW, shcs M5x25

16V783

ROD, mtg, threaded, low profile

17C203 BLOCK, mounting,

GM100, quad, lp

17C204 INSULATOR, clamp,

GM100, quad, lp

1

1

2

2

2

1

2

1

2

1

Ref

Part

10 24P276 INSULATOR, clamp, bar, housing

11

- - -

BLOCK, mating, low profile

12 108050 WASHER, lock, spring

13 117029 SCREW, shcs, M6 x 25

44 - - ROD

45

46

47

48

- - -

- - -

- - -

- - -

SCREW, cap, socket head

WASHER, lock

WASHER, plain

WASHER, lock, spring

49 - - NUT, 1/2–13

1

1

2

2

1

1

1

2

2

2

24X456

24X457

5 m

10 m

Use these kits to remotely mount the GM100 air solenoid valve. Kit includes coupling block to allow air tubing to be routed from remotely mounted solenoid to GM100 standoff tubes (9c).

increases.

2

3

Ref.

Part

1 16T205 CLAMP, bar, housing, metric

108050 WASHER, lock, spring

117030 SCREW, shcs, M6x40

4 16P848 INSULATOR, clamp, bar, housing

2

2

2

1

Ref.

1

2

Part

BLOCK, remote mount

FITTING, push-connect,

M6 tube

1

5

Ref.

Part

1

2

BLOCK, remote mount

FITTING, push-connect,

1/4 in. tube

1

5

40 334627E

24P636

24P637

24P638

24P639

24P640

24P641

24P642

24P643

24P644

24P645

24P646

24P647

24P648

24P649

24P794

24P795

24P796

24P797

24P798

24P799

24P800

24P803

24P804

24P805

24P806

24P807

24P808

24P809

0.008 straight

0.010 straight

0.012 straight

0.016 straight

0.018 straight

0.020 straight

0.024 straight

0.008 90°

0.010 90°

0.012 90°

0.016 90°

0.018 90°

0.020 90°

0.024 90°

Kits and Accessories

334627E 41

Dimensions

1.075

(27.305 mm)

2.735

(69.47 mm)

.350

(8.89 mm)

.700

(17.78 mm)

5.976

(151.79 mm)

3.774

(95.86 mm)

3.067

(77.90 mm)

2.557

(64.95 mm)

.749

(19.02 mm)

2.250

(57.15 mm)

3.999

(101.57 mm)

5.082

(129.08 mm)

42 334627E

Dimensions

.88

(22.35 mm)

1.58

(40.13 mm)

.79

(20.07 mm)

6.14

(155.96 mm)

3.29

(83.57 mm)

2.72

(69.09 mm)

.75

(19.05 mm)

.37

(9.40 mm)

2.01

(51.05 mm)

3.68

(93.47 mm)

4.22

(107.19 mm)

4.49

(114.05 mm)

334627E 43

Dimensions

.79

(20.07 mm)

6.14

(155.96 mm)

.88

(22.35 mm)

.88

(22.35 mm)

.88

(22.35 mm)

3.27

(83.06 mm)

3.29

(83.57 mm)

2.72

(69.09 mm)

.75

(19.05 mm)

.37

(9.40 mm)

2.01

(51.05 mm)

3.73

(94.74 mm)

4.19

(106.43 mm)

4.49

(114.05 mm)

44 334627E

Dimensions

10.76

(273.30 mm)

1.94

(49.28 mm)

.88

(22.35 mm)

.88

.88

(22.35 mm)

(22.35 mm)

3.27

(83.06 mm)

.82

(20.83 mm)

2.72

(69.09 mm)

1.14

(28.96 mm)

.13

(3.30 mm)

4.93

(125.22 mm)

7.17

(182.12 mm)

334627E 45

Dimensions

10.40

(264.16 mm)

.88

(22.35 mm)

1.75

(44.45 mm)

1.20

(30.48 mm)

2.73

(69.34 mm)

.79

(20.07 mm)

.13

(3.30 mm)

5.22

(132.59 mm)

7.55

(191.77 mm)

3.61

(91.70 mm)

46 334627E

Technical Data

Speed

Heat-up Time

Electrical Service

> 10,000 cycles/minute

< 10 minutes to 350° F at 240 VAC < 10 minutes to 176° C at 240 VAC

Maximum Working Fluid Pressure

Maximum Air Pressure

Minimum Air Pressure

Maximum Operating Temperature

Ambient Storage Temperature

Range

Ambient Operating Temperature

Range

Solenoid Air Flow Rating

Wetted Parts

24W087, 24X039, or 24X760

24W088, 24X040, or 24X761

24X038

Sound pressure measured 6.5 ft

(2m) from applicator at 80 psi (550 kPa, 5.5 bar) per ISO 3744

1500 psi

80 psi

65 psi

400° F

32°–122° F

10.3 MPa, 103 bar

0.5 MPa, 5.5 bar

0.44 MPa, 4.4 bar

204° C

0°–50° C

32°–122° F 0°–50° C

1.0 Cv

Aluminum, carbon steel, stainless steel, carbide, brass, chemically resistant seals, chrome

Pt 100 (385) RTD

Ni 120 RTD

24 VDC

334627E 47

Graco warrants all equipment referenced in this document which is manufactured by Graco and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale to the original purchaser for use.

With the exception of any special, extended, or limited warranty published by Graco, Graco will, for a period of eighteen months from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment determined by Graco to be defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations.

Graco warrants all equipment referenced in this document which is manufactured by Graco and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale to the original purchaser for use.

With the exception of any special, extended, or limited warranty published by Graco, Graco will, for a period of twelve months from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment determined by Graco to be defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations.

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

This warranty is conditioned upon the prepaid return of the equipment claimed to be defective to an authorized

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

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Graco’s sole obligation and buyer’s sole remedy for any breach of warranty shall be as set forth above. The buyer agrees that no other remedy (including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits, lost sales, injury to person or property, or any other incidental or consequential loss) shall be available.

Any action for breach of warranty must be brought within two (2) years of the date of sale.

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MATERIALS manufactured by Graco (such as electric motors, switches, hose, etc.), are subject to the warranty, if any, of their manufacturer. Graco will provide purchaser with reasonable assistance in making any claim for breach of these warranties.

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

FOR GRACO CANADA CUSTOMERS

The Parties acknowledge that they have required that the present document, as well as all documents, notices and legal proceedings entered into, given or instituted pursuant hereto or relating directly or indirectly hereto, be drawn up in English. Les parties reconnaissent avoir convenu que la rédaction du présente document sera en

Anglais, ainsi que tous documents, avis et procédures judiciaires exécutés, donnés ou intentés, à la suite de ou en rapport, directement ou indirectement, avec les procédures concernées.

For more information about InvisiPac, visit www.InvisiPac.com.

For technical assistance or customer service, call toll free: 1–800–458–2133.

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

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

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

Original Instructions. This manual contains English. MM 334627 www.graco.com

Revision E — January 2016

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