FS Model B H

SERVICE

&

OPERATION

MANUAL

Form No. 001-669 MAY05

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

Field Stripe Specifi cations

Safety Warnings

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2

GETTING STARTED

Flushing

Setting Up

Pressure Relief Procedure

Daily Maintenance

Starting Up

Striping Operation

Striping Tip Guide

REPAIRS/MAINTENANCE

INSTRUCTIONS

Spray Gun Operation

Spray Gun Troubleshooting

Field Troubleshooting

Servicing the Fluid Pump

Servicing the Piston Rod 18

Servicing the Suction Assembly 18

Packing Replacement

Inspection & Replacement of

Control Valve, Ball & Seat

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PRODUCT DIAGRAMS &

PARTS LISTS

Gearbox Assembly

Suction Assembly

Gun Assembly

Bypass Valve Assembly

Frame Assembly

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Manufactured by: AIRLESSCO BY DUROTECH CO.

P.O. Box 8006, Moorpark, CA. 93020-8006, Ship to: 5397 Commerce Ave.,

Moorpark, CA 93021 Tel: 805-523-0211 Fax: 805-523-1063

www.airlessco.com email: [email protected]

SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

Copyright © 2005, All rights reserved.

Introduction

Specifi cations:

Power Briggs & Stratton 3.5 HP

Honda 3 HP

Max Pressure 0-2500 PSI (170 Bar)

Max Output 0.46 GPM (1.75 Litres/min.)

Max Tip

Capacity

.021 inches

Up to 1700 Gallons per year

Shipped with Spray Gun & 50’ of Airless Hose

305-221

305-241

FIELD STRIPE - Briggs & Stratton Engine

FIELD STRIPE - Honda Engine

The Airlessco FIELD STRIPE series delivers the solid consistent striping found in professional sports stadiums—at a price that makes sense for a wide range of users. Models are available with a choice of pwoerful yet quiet Briggs & Stratton or Honda 4-stroke engines.

A quick-releasable spray gun means it can also be used to paint fi eld stencils, buildings, or cover graffi ti. Airlessco’s professional airless gun

FIED STRIPE can stripe or spray paint with water-based paints without the messy job of diluting the paint as required by low pressure turf stripers. Undiluted paint adheres better to natural and artifi cial turf.

This cuts the time each striping job takes, and puts down a line that will remain visible longer. The ability to spray pure paint allows use as a mobile spray rig to paint walls, buildings, or over graffi ti.

FIELD STRIPE sprayers are covered by a limited warranty for 1-year limited warranty on manufacturing defects. If your sprayer has a problem you cannot resolve, contact your selling dealers service department or call Airlessco Technical Support.

Airlessco by Durotech Co. has been a leader in the design and manufacture of professional airless paint spray and pavement striping equipment since 1975. Airlessco products are manufactured in

Moorpark, California. They are sold and serviced by factory trained, authorized service centers worldwide.

IMPORTANT WARNING !!

HANDLE THIS UNIT AS YOU WOULD A LOADED FIREARM!!

High pressure spray can cause extremely serious injury.

OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS!

Before operating this unit, read and follow all safety warnings and instructions related to the usage of this equipment. READ, LEARN, and FOLLOW the Pressure Relief Procedure on

Page 9

and understand all warnings on pages

2 thru 6.

All Service Procedures to be performed by an Authorized Airlessco Service Center ONLY.

NO MODIFICATIONS or alterations of any Airlessco Equipment or part is allowed.

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2

Safety Warnings

TOXIC FLUID HAZARD

Hazardous fl uid or toxic fumes can cause serious in ju ry or death if splashed in eyes or on skin, in haled or swallowed. Know the hazards of the fl uid you are us ing. Store & dispose of hazardous fl uids according to manufacturer, local, state & national guidelines. ALWAYS wear protective eye wear, gloves, cloth ing and respirator as recommended by fl uid man u fac tur er.

ALWAYS INSPECT SPRAYING AREA

ALWAYS keep spraying area free from obstructions.

ALWAYS make sure area has good ventilation to safely remove vapors and mists.

NEVER keep fl ammable material in spraying area.

NEVER spray in vicinity of open fl ame or other sources of ignition.

Spraying area must be at least 20 ft. away from the spray unit.

SPRAY GUN SAFETY

NEVER remove or modify any part of the gun.

ALWAYS REMOVE SPRAY TIP when cleaning. Flush unit with LOWEST POSSIBLE PRESSURE.

ALWAYS check operation of all gun safety devices before each use.

Be very careful when removing the spray tip or hose from gun. A plugged line con tains fl uid un der pressure. If the tip or

line is plugged, follow the PRES SURE RE LIEF PRO CE DURE as out lined on page 8.

TIP GUARD

ALWAYS have the tip guard in place on the spray gun while spraying. The tip guard alerts you to the injection hazard and helps prevent accidentally placing your fi n gers or any part of your body close to the spray tip.

SPRAY TIP SAFETY

Use extreme caution when cleaning or changing spray tips. If the spray tip clogs while spraying, engage the gun safety latch immediately.

• ALWAYS follow the PRES SURE RELIEF PRO CE DURE and then remove the spray tip to clean it.

• NEVER wipe off build up around the spray tip.

ALWAYS remove tip & tip guard to clean AFTER pump is turned off and the pressure is relieved by following the

PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE.

KEEP CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS

Keep clear of moving parts when starting or operating the sprayer. Do not put your fi ngers into any open ings to avoid amputation by moving parts or burns from hot parts.

Precaution is the best insurance against an accident.

When starting the engine, maintain a safe distance from moving parts of the equipment.

Before adjusting or servicing any mechanical part of the sprayer, follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE, and remove the ignition cable from the spark plug to prevent accidental starting of the sprayer.

LABELING

Keep all labels on the unit clean and readable. Re place ment labels are available from the man u fac tur er.

Safety Warnings

HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY CAN CAUSE EXTREMELY SERIOUS INJURY.

OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS. THIS SPRAYER IS FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY.

INJECTION HAZARD

Fluids under high pressure from spray or leaks can penetrate the skin and cause extremely serious injury, including the need for amputation.

• NEVER point the spray gun at anyone or any part of the body.

• NEVER put hands or fi ngers over the spray tip. Do not use a rag or any other material over your fi ngers. Paint will

penetrate through material and into the hand.

• NEVER try to stop or defl ect leaks with your hand or body.

• NEVER try to "blow back" paint, this is not an air spray sprayer.

ALWAYS lock gun trigger when you stop spraying.

ALWAYS follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE, as shown on page 8, before cleaning or removing the

spray tip or servicing any system equipment.

MEDICAL TREATMENT

If any fl uid appears to penetrate your skin, get EMERGENCY CARE AT ONCE. DO NOT TREAT AS A SIMPLE CUT.

* Go to an emergency room immediately.

* Tell the doctor you suspect an injection injury.

* Tell him what kind of material you were spraying with and have him read NOTE TO PHYSICIAN.

MEDICAL ALERT - Airless Spray Wounds

If any fl uid appears to penetrate your skin, get

EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE AT ONCE. DO

NOT TREAT AS A SIMPLE CUT. Tell the doctor exactly what fl uid was injected. Have him read the following "NOTE TO PHYSICIAN".

NOTE TO PHYSICIAN:

Injection in the skin is a traumatic injury.

It is important to treat the injury surgically to research toxicity. Toxicity is a concern with some exotic coatings injected directly into the bloodstream. Consultation with a plastic surgeon or

reconstructive hand surgeon may be advisable.

GENERAL PRECAUTIONS

• NEVER alter equipment in any manner. • NEVER smoke while in spraying area.

• NEVER spray highly fl ammable materials. • NEVER use around children.

• NEVER allow another person to use sprayer unless they are thoroughly instructed on safety use and

given this operators manual to read.

NEVER LEAVE SPRAYER UNATTENDED WITH PRES SURE IN THE SYSTEM. FOLLOW PRES SURE RELIEF

PROCEDURES ON PAGE 11.

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Safety Warnings

GROUNDING

Ground the sprayer and other components in the sys tem to reduce the risk of static sparking, fi re or

Always ground all of these components:

Sprayer: Connect a ground wire and clamp (sup plied) to a true earth ground.

Fluid Hose: use only grounded hoses.

Spray gun or dispensing valve: grounding is ob tained through connection to a properly grounded fl uid hose and pump.

Object being sprayed: according to your local code.

• All solvent pails used when fl ushing should only be metal pails which are conductive.

overall re sis tance of un-pressurized hose must not exceed 29 megohms (max) for any coupled length

or com bi na tion of hose lengths. If hose exceeds these limits, replace it immediately.

Never exceed 500 Ft. (150 m.) overall combined hose length to assure electrical continuity.

AVOID COMPONENT RUPTURE

This sprayer operates at 3000 psi (205 bar). Al ways be sure that all com po nents and ac ces so ries have a

maximum work ing pres sure of at least 3000 psi to avoid rup ture which can result in se ri ous bodily injury

including in jec tion and prop er ty dam age.

• NEVER leave a pressurized sprayer unattended to avoid ac ci den tal operation of it which could result in serious

bodily in ju ry.

ALWAYS follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PRO CE DURE whenever you stop spraying and before adjusting,

removing or repairing any part of the sprayer.

• NEVER alter or modify any part of the equipment to avoid possible component rupture which could result in

serious bodi ly injury and property damage.

• NEVER use weak, damaged or non-conductive paint hoses. Do not allow kinking or crushing of hoses or allow

it to vibrate against rough, sharp or hot surfaces. Before each use, check hoses for damage and wear and ensure

all fl uid connections are secure.

• NEVER attempt to stop any leakage in the line or fi ttings with your hand or any part of the body. Turn off the

unit and release pressure by following PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE on page 8.

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Do not use halogenated solvents in this sys tem. The prime valve, 2 gun manifold and most airless guns have aluminum parts and may ex plode. Cleaning agents, coat ings, paints or adhesives may contain halogenated hy dro car bon sol vents. DON'T TAKE CHANCES!

Consult your ma te ri al suppliers to be sure. Some of the most com mon of these sol vents are:

Carbontetrachloride, Chlo roben zene, Dichloroethane, Dichloroethyl Ether, Ethylbromide,

Ethylchloride, Tethrachloethane. Al ter nate valves and guns are available if you need to use these solvents.

Safety Warnings

FLUSHING

Reduce risk of injection injury, static sparking or splash ing by following the specifi c cleaning pro ce dure on page 7.

ALWAYS follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PRO CE DURE on page 8.

ALWAYS remove the spray tip before fl ush ing. Hold a metal part of the gun fi rmly to the side of a metal pail and

use the lowest possible fl uid pressure dur ing fl ushing.

NEVER use cleaning solvents with fl ash points below 140º F. Some of these are: acetone, benzene, ether,

gasoline and naphtha. Consult your supplier to be sure.

NEVER smoke in the spraying/cleaning area.

PREVENT STATIC SPARKING FIRE/ EXPLOSIONS

ALWAYS be sure all equipment and objects being sprayed are properly grounded. Always ground sprayer, paint buck et and object being sprayed. See "grounding" on page 4 for detailed grounding information.

Vapors created when spraying can be ignited by sparks. To reduce the risk of fi re, always locate the sprayer at least 20 feet (6 m.) away from the spray area. Do not plug in or unplug any electrical cords in the spray area, this can create sparks when there is any chance of igniting vapors still in the air. Follow the coating & solvent man u fac tur ers safety warnings and pre cau tions.

Use only conductive fl uid hoses for airless ap pli ca tions. Be sure gun is grounded through hose connections. Check ground continuity in hose & equipment. Overall (end to end) re sis tance of un-pressurized hose must not exceed 29 megohms for any coupled length or com bi na tion of hose length. Use only high pressure airless hoses with static wire approved for 3000 psi.

Important: United States Government safety stan dards have been adopted under the Oc cu pa tion al

Safety & Health Act. These stan dards, par tic u lar ly the Gen er al Stan dards, Part 1910, & the

Con struc tion Stan dards, part 1926 should be con sult ed.

WHEN SPRAYING & CLEANING WITH FLAMMABLE PAINTS OR PAINT THINNERS:

1. When spraying with fl ammable liquids, unit must be located a minimum of 25 feet away from spraying area

in a well ventilated area. Ventilation must be suf fi cient enough to prevent the ac cu mu la tion of vapors.

2. To eliminate electrostatic discharge, ground the spray unit, paint bucket and spraying object. Use only high

pressure airless hoses approved for 3000 psi which is con duc tive.

3. Remove spray tip before cleaning gun and hose. Make contact of gun with bucket and spray without the tip in

a well ventilated area, into the grounded steel bucket.

4. Never use high pressure in the cleaning process. USE MINIMUM PRESSURE.

5. Do not smoke in spraying/cleaning area.

GAS ENGINE PRECAUTIONS

Gasoline & its vapors are extremely fl ammable & explosive.

Fire or explosion can cause severe burns or death.

WHEN ADDING FUEL

• Turn engine OFF and let engine cool at least 2

minutes before removing gas cap.

• Fill fuel tank outdoors or in well ventilated area.

• Do not overfi ll fuel tank. Fill tank to approximately

11⁄2 inches below top of neck to allow for fuel

expansion.

• Keep gasoline away from sparks, open fl ames, pilot

lights, heat and other ignition sources.

• Check fuel lines, tank, cap and fi ttings frequently for

cracks or leaks. Replace if necessary.

WHEN STARTING ENGINE

• Make sure spark plug, muffl er, fuel cap and air cleaner

are in place.

• Do not crank engine with spark plug removed.

• If fuel spills, wait until it evaporates before starting

engine.

• If engine fl oods, set choke to OPEN/RUN

position, place throttle in FAST and crank until

engine starts.

WHEN OPERATING EQUIPMENT

• Do not tip engine or equipment at angle which

causes gasoline to spill.

• Do not choke carburetor to stop engine.

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Safety Warnings

• Transport with fuel tank EMPTY or with fuel shut-off

valve OFF.

FUEL IN TANK

• Store away from furnaces, stoves, water heaters and

other appliances that have pilot lights or other ignition

source. They can ignite gasoline vapors.

Starting engine creates sparking.

Sparking can ignite nearby fl ammable gases.

Explosion and fi re could result.

• If there is natural or LP gas leakage in area, do not

start engine.

• Do not use pressurized starting fl uids because vapors

are fl ammable.

Running engines produce heat. Engine parts, especially muffl ers, become extremely hot.

Severe thermal burns can occur on contact.

Combustible debris, such as leaves, grass, brush, etc. can catch fi re.

• Allow muffl er, engine cylinder and fi ns to cool before

touching.

• Remove accumulated combustibles from muffl er area and

cylinder area.

• Install and maintain in working order a spark arrester

before using equipment on forest covered, grass covered

and brush covered unimproved land. The state of

California requires this (Section 4442 of the California

Public Resources Code). Other states may have similar

laws. Federal laws apply on federal land.

Rapid retraction of starter cord (kickback) will pull hand and arm toward engine faster than you can let go.

Broken bones, fractures, bruises or sprains could result.

• When starting engine, pull cord slowly until resistance is

felt, then pull rapidly.

• Remove all external equipment/engine loads before starting

engine.

• Direct coupled equipment components such as, but not

limited to, blades, impellors, pulleys, sprockets, etc. must

be securely attached.

Unintentional sparking can result in fi re or electric shock.

Unintentional start up can result in entanglement, traumatic amputation, or lacerations.

• Disconnect spark plug wire and keep it away from

spark plug.

• Disconnect battery at negative terminal (only

engines with electric start).

• Use approved spark plug tester.

• Do not check for spark with spark plug removal.

Rotating parts can contact or entangle hands, feet, hair, clothing or accessories.

Traumatic amputation or severe laceration can result.

• Operate equipment with guards in place.

• Keep hands and feet away from rotating parts.

• Tie up long hair and remove jewelry.

• Do not wear loose fi tting clothing, dangling drawstrings or

items that could become caught.

Engines give off carbon monoxide, an odorless, colorless, poison gas.

Breathing carbon monoxide can cause nausea, fainting or death.

• Start and run engine outdoors.

• Do not start or run engine in enclosed area, even if doors or

windows are open.

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Flushing

Read prior to using your sprayer

Your Airlessco unit was factory tested in an antifreeze solution which was left in the pump.

Before using oil-base paint, fl ush with mineral spirits only. Before using water-base paint

fl ush with soapy water, then do a clean water fl ush.

2. Changing Colors

Flush with a compatible solvent such as mineral spirits or water.

3. Changing from water-base to oil-base paint

Flush with soapy water, then mineral spirits.

4. Changing from oil-base to water-base paint

Flush with mineral spirits, followed by soapy water, then do a clean water fl ush.

5. Storage

Oil-base paint: Flush with mineral spirits.

Water-base paint: Flush with water, then min er al spirits and leave the pump, hose and gun

fi lled with mineral spirits. For longer storage, use mixture of mineral spirits and motor oil

(half & half). Shut off the sprayer, follow Pressure Relief Procedure on page 11 to relieve

pressure and make sure prime valve is left OPEN.

6. Start up after storage

Before using water-base paint, fl ush with soapy water and then do a clean water fl ush. When

using oil-base paint, fl ush out the mineral spirits with the material to be sprayed.

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Setting Up

1. Attach handle assembly.

a. Choose which side the handle will be mounted.

The handle can be affi xed over the single wheel

assembly or on the opposite side towards the

large tires. The latter is the usual set up.

b. Line up the mounting holes on the front forks of

the handle with the mounting holes on the frame.

c. Insert the two bolts through the front forks

and the frame. Slide on washer and loosely screw

on the nuts. Do not fully tighten the nuts.

d. Place the four bolts in the frame and handle

adjustment slots, slide on washer and loosely

tighten the nuts. Do not fully tighten the nuts.

e. Adjust handle the preferred height and tighten all

six mounting bolts.

2. Install the gun arm assembly.

a. Select the location that the gun arm will be place.

The location depends on the type striping to be

done. (See Linestriping Operations). The standard

location is in the right front position.

b. Position clamp assembly over the selected gun

arm location and place the gun arm assembly into

the frame mounting hole and the clamp assembly.

c. Tighten clamp assembly handle to secure the gun

arm assembly.

3. Keep the Packing Nut/Wet Cup

lubricated with Airlessco Throat

Seal Oil (TSO) at all times. ä

4. Check the Engine Oil Level.

a. Unscrew the oil fi ll plug. The dipstick is attached to

the plug.

b. Without threading the plug into place, check to be

sure the oil is up to the top mark on the dipstick.

c. If oil is needed, refer to engine manual.

5. Fill the Fuel Tank

Fuel spilled on a hot surface can cause a fi re or explosion and cause serious bodily injury and property damage. Always shut off the engine and let it cool before fi lling the tank, and carefully follow

Steps a-c below, being sure not to spill any fuel.

a. Close the fuel shutoff valve.

b. Use only clean, fresh, well-known brands of

unleaded regular grade gasoline.

c. Remove the fuel cap and fi ll tank, Be sure the air

vent in the fi ll cap is not plugged so fuel can fl ow to

the carburetor, then replace the cap.

6. Flush the sprayer.

See "Flushing" page 7. Your new pump was factory tested in an ant-freeze solution and it must be fl ushed before using.

Pressure Relief Procedure

IMPORTANT!

To avoid possible serious body injury, always follow this procedure whenever the sprayer is shut off, when check ing it, when installing, changing or cleaning tips, whenever you stop spraying, or when you are instructed to relieve the pressure.

1. Engage the gun safety latch. Refer to the

separate instruction manual provided with

your gun on its safety features and how to

engage safety latch.

2. Turn the unit off & unplug it from the

electrical outlet.

3. Disengage the gun safety latch and trigger

the gun to relieve residual fl uid pressure.

Hold metal part of the gun in

contact with grounded metal pail.

USE MINIMUM PRESSURE !

Turn Prime/Pressure Relief Valve (PR Valve) open (priming) position to relieve residual fl uid pres sure.

There will be a wider gap be tween valve handle and cam body when in open position. In the closed position there is only a very slight gap.

.

Note: The valve handle can move both clockwise and counter clockwise and can face different di rec tions.

5. Re-engage gun safety latch and

close Prime/Pressure Relief Valve.

If the SPRAY TIP OR HOSE IS CLOGGED, follow Step 1 through 5 above. Expect paint splashing into the bucket while relieving pressure during Step 4.

If you suspect that pressure hasn't been relieved due to damaged Prime/Pressure

Relief Valve or other reason, engage the gun safety latch and take your unit to an authorized Airlessco Service Center.

Daily Maintenance

1. Keep the displacement pump packing nut/wet cup lubricated with Airlessco TSO (Throat Seal Oil) at all times. The

TSO helps protect the rod and the packings.

2. Inspect the packing nut daily. Your pump has a patented Triple Life Packing System. Packing life will be extended a

minimum of three times if the following "Packing Adjustment" procedure is followed:

If seepage of paint into the packing nut and/or movement of the piston upward is found

(while not spraying), the packing nut should be tightened enough to stop leakage only, but not any tighter. Overtightening will damage the packings and reduce the packing life.

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Starting Up

1. Learn the Functions

of the Controls.

PRIME/PRESSURE (PR) RELIEF VALVE is used to prime pump and to relieve pressure from gun, hose and tip.

the unit when in OPEN position. (It is in open position when there is a wider gap between valve handle and cam body) there is only a very slight gap between handle & body.

When closed the system is pressurized. Handle as a loaded fi rearm!

TOGGLE

SWITCH

a. Turn the Pressure Control Knob Clockwise to

increase pressure and counterclockwise to decrease

pres sure.

b. Always use the lowest pressure necessary to

completely atomize the material.

Note: Operating the sprayer at higher pres sure than needed, wastes material, causes early tip wear, and shortens sprayer life.

c. If more coverage is needed, use a larger tip rather

than increasing the pressure.

d. Check the spray pattern. The tip size and angle

determines the pattern width and fl ow rate.

PRESSURE CONTROL KNOB is used to adjust pressure. Turn clockwise (CW) to increase pressure and coun ter clock wise (CCW) to decrease pressure.

Follow the "Pressure Relief Procedure".

To reduce the risk of injection, never hold your hand, body, fi ngers or hand in a rag in front of the spray tip when cleaning or checking for a cleared tip. Always point the gun toward the ground or into a waste container when checking to see if the tip is cleared or when using a self-cleaning tip.

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a. Prepare the material according to the material

manufacturer's recommendations.

b. Place the suction tube into the material

container.

3. Starting the Sprayer

a. Prime/PR Valve must be "OPEN" in the priming

position.

b. When you have ensured that the gun safety latch

is engaged, attach tip and safety guard.

c. Turn the ON-OFF Toggle Switch to the

"ON" position.

d. Turn Pressure Control Knob clockwise to prime

the pump.

e. After the pump is primed, turn Prime/PR Valve to

the "Closed" position.

f. Turn Pressure Control Knob to the desired spray

pressure. Optional LCD displays pressure.

g. Disengage the gun safety latch and you are

ready to spray.

When you spray into the paint bucket, always use the lowest spray pressure and maintain fi rm metal to metal contact between gun and container.

To stop the unit in an emergency, turn the motor off. Then relieve the fl uid pressure in the pump and hose as instructed in the

Pressure Relief Procedure.

Starting Up

a. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure.

b. Clean the front of the tip frequently (with a tooth-

brush only) during the day to keep material from

building up and clogging the tip.

c. To clean and clear a tip if it clogs, refer to the

separate instruction manual received with your gun

and nozzle.

a. Whenever you stop spraying, even for a short break, follow the "Pressure Relief Procedure".

b. Clean the tip & gun as recommended in the seperate

Gun Manueal supplied with the gun/

c. Flush the sprayer at the end of each work day, if the material you are spraying is water-based, or if it could harden in the sprayer overnight. See "Flushing". Use a compatible solvent to fl ush, then fi ll the pump and hoses with an oil based solvent such as mineral spirits.

d. For long term shutdown or storage, refer to the

"Flushing" section of this manual.

There is an easy way to keep the outside of the tip clean from material build up:

Every time you stop spraying, for even a minute, lock the gun and submerge it into a small bucket of thinner suitable for the material sprayed.

Thinner will dissolve the buildup of paint on the outside of tip, tip guard and gun much more effectively if the paint doesn't have time to dry out completely.

Be sure to relieve pressure in the pump after fi lling with Airlessco

Pump Conditioner.

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Striping Operation

1. Choose Handle Location

The choices are, installing the handle opposite of the single wheel assembly (standard set up) or placing the handle directly over the single wheel assembly. The handle location is really a matter of personal preference, however having the handle away from the single wheel assembly allows for easier loading/unloading from a van. r.

2. Setting Up the Gun

a. Ensure that striping tips are in the gun.

b. Pick a tip size for the desired line width.

Example: a 217ST tip for a four inch line.

c. Place gun into the gun holder, so that the

top of the taper on the gun handle is fl ush

with the edge of the gun holder.

d. Set gun height for the desired line

width. This will require some

experimentation to fi nd the correct height.

It is suggested that tape, or some other

method is used to mark the height of

commonly used settings.

e. Set spacing between the two guns by

loosening the black handle on the gun arm.

Slide to the desired width and tighten.

3. Cable Tension Adjustment

Once the handle and gun arm assemblies are set up, pressurize the unit and trigger the gun to ensure that it activates and releases correctly. If not, adjust the cable tension as follows:

a. Locate the adjustment knobs on the base of the

gun trigger, where the cable connects to the gun

trigger assembly.

b. Loose the locking nut & move the adjusting screw

until the slack has been removed from the cable.

c. Tighten locking nut and retest gun triggers for proper function.

Note: There is an additional cable adjustment where the cable attaches to the gun holder assembly. Use only if the gun trigger adjustment is insuffi cient.

4.

Miscellaneous Operations

a. WIDE STRIPES: Install wider fan striping tips

and raise the gun height to achieve the desired

width line. Also angle guns slightly towards each

other to get an even coat of paint.

b. STENCILS: Install standard spray tip on

the outer gun. Remove this gun from the

gun holder and spray out the stencils. Use an

Airlessco XTEND-A-POLE installed between

the gun head and tip/guard assembly to

make this job much easier on your back!

d. STANDARD PAINTING: Same as stencils, but

use additional paint hose as required.

Striping Tip Guide

Rev-Tip

TM

for Striping

STRIPING TIP - ORIFICE SIZE

(Inches)

(6” from surface) in (mm)

.009 .011 .013 .015 .017 .019 .021 .023 .025 .027 .031 .035

1-2 25-51

113ST 115ST 117ST 119ST

2-4 51-102

215ST 217ST 219ST 221ST

4-6 102-152

323ST

6-8 152-203

625ST

Striping Paint

Latex Latex Latex Latex Latex

Water Flow Rate (gpm)

(water @ 2000psi, 138 bar)

.12 .18 .24 .31 .38 .47 .57 .67 .77 1.03 1.31 1.63 1.80

(lpm) .49 .69 .91 1.17 1.47 1.79 2.15 2.54 2.96 3.90 4.98 6.17 6.81

Paint Flow Rate (gpm)

138 bar/1.36 spec. gr.)

.10 .15 .21 .27 .33 .40 .49 .58 .66 .88 1.12 1.39 1.54

(lpm) .38 .57 .79 1.02 1.25 1.51 1.85 2.20 2.50 3.33 4.24 5.26 5.83

Pump Minimum

(gpm) .25 .25 .33 .40 .50 .60 .75 .88 1.0 1.25 1.5 2.0

2.2

Output* (lpm) 1.0 1.0 1.25 1.5 1.9 2.3 2.8 3.3 3.8 4.7 5.7 7.5

8.2

*Pump will support tip worn to next larger size.

REV-TIP

& O-Ring Seal

.

T

M for Striping

P.N. 562-xxxST

Includes Rev-Tip

TM

, Metal Seal

Sample:

1/2 Fan Width

REV-TIP

TM

560-215ST

Orifice Size

REV-GUARD

TM

Super Compact

P.N. 561-001

11/16-16 “F” Thread. Fits:

Airlessco, and some ASM,

Wagner, and Campbell Hausfeld.

P.N. 561-002

7/8-14 “G” Thread.

Fits some: Graco, Wagner,

Titan, Airlessco.

Striping Tips should not be used for regular spraying. They are designed for a single pass application, while spray tips are designed for the 1/3 overlap technique used for spray painting.

Spray Tip Replacement: During use high pressure will cause the orifice to grow larger. This destroys the pattern or will leave tailing or two heavy lines on the outside of the pattern.

REGULAR PAINTING SPRAY TIP STRIPING TIP

LIGHT

HEAVY LIGHT

UNIFORM PATTERN

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Spray Gun Operation

Attach spray gun to airless unit and tighten fi t tings se cure ly.

Set the gun safety latch. (Also may be called gun safety lock, or trigger lock.

* The gun safety latch should always be set when the gun is

not being triggered.

Read all warnings and safety precautions sup plied with the spray gun and in product manual.

MAJOR COMPONENTS OF 008 SILVER SPRAY

GUN WITH REVERSIBLE SPRAY TIP

Tip Guard

Trig ger

Guard

SPRAY TIP ASSEMBLY

1. Be sure the pressure relief procedure is followed

before assembling tip and housing to the gun.

2. Insert REV-TIP™ cylinder into the REV-GUARD™

(guard housing assembly).

3. Guide the metal seat into REV-GUARD™ (guard

housing assembly) through the retaining nut and turn

until it seats against the cylinder.

4. Insert the O-Ring gasket onto the metal seat so that it

fi ts into the grooves.

5. Finger tighten REV-GUARD™ retaining nut onto the gun.

6. Turn guard in the desired position.

7. Completely tighten the retaining nut.

TO REMOVE CLOGS FROM SPRAY TIP

1. Lock gun safety latch.

2. Turn REV-TIP™ handle 180 de grees.

3. Disengage trigger lock and trigger gun into

the pail.

4. If the REV-TIP™ handle appears locked

(resists turning), loosen the retaining nut. The

handle will now turn easily.

5. Engage gun safety latch and return handle to

the spray position.

O-Ring Gasket

REV-GUARD™

Guard Housing Assembly

Spray Position Shown

CLEANING SPRAY GUN

Immediately after the work is fi nished, fl ush the gun out with a solvent(typically water for fi eld striping paint).

Brush pins with solvent to remove paint, then oil them lightly so they will not collect dried paint.

CLEANING FILTER IN GUN HANDLE

To clean the fi lter, use a brush dipped in an appropriate solvent (typically water for fi eld striping paint). Change or clean the fi lters at least once a day.

Some types of latex paint may require a fi lter change after four hours of operation.

Spray Gun Troubleshooting

DEFECTS CAUSE CORRECTION

Coarse spray

Low pressure Increase the pressure

High pressure

Material too thin

Reduce pressure for satisfactory pattern

Use less thinner

Excessive fogging

(overspray)

Pattern too wide

Pattern too narrow

Spray angle too large

Spray angle too small

Use smaller spray angle tip

Use larger spray angle tip. (If coverage is OK, try tip in same nozzle group)

Use next smaller tip

Reduce pressure

Use next larger tip

Too much material

Too little material

Thin distribution in

center of pattern

"horns"

Thick skin on work

Tip size too large

Material too thin

Pressure too high

Tip size too small

Material too thick

Worn tip

Wrong tip

Material too viscous

Application too heavy

Coating fails to

close & smooth over

Spray pattern irregular,

defl ected

Craters or pock marks

Bubbles on work

Material too viscous

Orifi ce clogged

Tip damaged

Solvent balance

Clogged screens Extraneous material in paint.

Coarse pigments

TEST THE PATTERN

Poorly milled pigments

(paint pigments glocculate cover screen. Incompatible

paint mixture & thinners.

Change for new tip

Use tip with a smaller spray angle

Thin material

Reduce pressure and/or use smaller tip

Thin material

Clean carefully

Replace with new tip

Use 1-3% "short" solvents remainder "long" solvents. (This is most likely to hap pen with ma te ri al of low viscosity, lacquers etc.)

Clean surface to be sprayed

Clean screen

Use coarse screen if orifi ce size allows

Use coarser screen, larger orifi ce tips. Obain ball milled paint. If thinner was added, test to see if a drop on top of paint mixes or fl attens out on on the surface. If not, try different thinner in fresh batch of paint.

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16

Field Troubleshooting

PROBLEM

Unit doesn't prime

CAUSE

Airleak due to:

• Loose Suction Nut

• Worn O-Rings

• Hole in Suction Hose

Stuck or Fouled Balls

SOLUTION

• Tighten Suction Nut

• Replace O-Ring (106-011) on

suction seat, & O-Ring (106-

020) below suction seat

• Replace Suction Hose (331-290)

Service outlet valve suction assembly

Unit primes but has no or poor pressure

Pressure set too low

Filter(s) are clogged

Outlet Valve fouled/worn

Prime/Pressure Relief valve bypassing

Packings and/or piston worn

Turn up pressure

Clean or replace gun fi lter, inlet fi lter and/or manifold fi lter

Service outlet valve

Clean or replace primve valve

• Tighten packing nut

• Repack unit

Blown spray tip

Packings and/or piston worn

Upper Seat worn

Replace spray tip

Repack unit

Replace upper seat

Servicing the Paint Pump

Paint Pump Disconnect

Paint Pump Reinstall

Refer to Figure 1

1. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure on page 9.

2. Flush the material you are spraying out of the machine.

3. Remove the connecting rod shield (331-111).

4. Move the piston rod (331-093) to its lowest position

by cycling pump slowly or by rotating the motor.

5. Disconnect the sensor (331-294-99) by holding it in

place with a 7/8” wrench and unscrewing the swivel

connector (100-003) with an 11/16” wrench.

DO NOT TURN THE SENSOR.

6. Remove the retaining ring (331-062) from the

connecting rod (331-038) and slide the sleeve (331-

117) down revealing the connecting rod pin (331-065).

7. Remove the suction tube assembly from the fl uid

pump (331-708) by unscrewing the suction nut

(331-034) with the packing adjustment tool.

8. Using a 1/2” wrench unscrew the two bolts (100-318)

from the cover assembly 331-234). The fl uid pump

(331-209) will be hanging loosely at this point.

9. Remove the connecting rod pin (331-065) out of

the connecting rod (331-038), allowing the removal

of the fl uid pump (331-209) from the machine.

FIGURE 1

Refer to Figure 1 & 4

1. Loosen the packing nut and ensure that the piston rod

(331-093) is in its upper position in the fl uid pump body

(331-209). Slip the sleeve (331-117) & the retaining

ring (331-062) over the piston rod.

2. Push the piston rod up into the connecting rod (331-

038) & align the holes. Insert the connecting rod pin

(331-065) through the connecting rod & piston. Slip

the sleeve up over the connecting rod pin and insert

the retaining ring into the groove on the connecting rod.

3. Push the two bolts (100-318) through the tube spacers

(331-074) & screw them into the cover assembly (331-

234). Using a 1/2” wrench, tighten the two bolts evenly

(alternating between them) until you reach 20 ft-lbs.

4. Reassemble lower suction valve assembly by placing

the suction seat (331-409), O-ring (106-011), suction

ball (331-030) & suction ball guide (331-029) in the

suction nut (331-034) & screw onto fl uid pump body.

5. Reconnect the sensor (331-294-99) to the fl uid pump

body. Hold the sensor with a 7/8” wrench while

tightening the swivel connector (100-003) with an

11/16” wrench. DO NOT TURN THE SENSOR.

6. Start the machine and operate slowly to check the piston

rod for binding. Adjust the two bolts, holding the fl uid

pump body to the cover assembly, if necessary. This

will eliminate any binding.

7. Tighten the packing nut clockwise until resistance is

felt against the Belleville Springs, then go 3/4 of a turn

more. Put fi ve drops of Airlessco Throat Seal Oil into the

packing nut.

8. Run the machine at full pressure for several minutes.

Release the pressure by following the Pressure Relief

Procedure & readjust the packing nut per step 7 above.

9. Install the connecting rod shield (331-111) so that the

small hole is in the upper right hand corner.

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Servicing the Piston Rod - Outlet Valve

Piston

FIGURE 3

DISASSEMBLY OF THE OUTLET VALVE

REFER TO FIGURE 3

1. Disconnect the Fluid Pump following instructions on page 17 .

2. Place piston holder (331-195) in a vise. Slide piston into

the holder & lock in place with a 3/8” dowel (331-196).

3. Use a 1/4” allen wrench to unscrew the outlet seat retainer

(331-026) from the piston.

4. Remove the outlet seat (331-026), O-ring (331-100) and

outlet ball (331-027).

5. Inspect outlet ball & seat for wear. Replace as necessary.

6. While piston is still locked in the holder, install parts

back into the piston in the following order:

ball, outlet seat and O-ring

Before reinstalling the outlet seat support, apply two drops of

Loctite No. 242 (blue) on the threads & torque to 20 ft-lbs.

331-195

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Servicing the Suction Assembly

REFER TO FIGURE 4

1. Un-thread and remove suction nut from the fl uid pump body.

2. Remove suction seat (331-409), O-ring (106-011), suction ball

(331-030) and suction retainer (331-029).

3. Clean all parts and inspect them for wear or damage, replacing

parts as needed.

4. Clean inside of the fl uid pump body.

5. Reassemble lower suction valve assembly by placing the

suction seat (331-409), O-ring (106-011), suction ball (331-030)

& suction ball guide (331-029) in the suction nut (331-034) &

screw onto fl uid pump body.

FIGURE 4

Packing Replacement Procedures

Replacement Instructions:

Fluid Pump Removal - Refer to

Figure 1

1. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure on page 8.

2. Flush material you are spraying out of the machine.

3. Remove the connecting rod shield (331-111).

4. Move the piston rod (331-093) to its lowest position by

cycling pump slowly or by rotating the motor.

5. Disconnect the sensor (331-294-99) by holding it in place

with a 7/8” wrench & unscrewing the swivel connector

(100-003) with an 11/16” wrench.

DO NOT TURN THE SENSOR.

6. Remove the retaining ring (331-062) from the connecting

rod (331-038) and slide the sleeve (331-117) down

revealing the connecting rod pin (331-065).

7. Remove the suction tube assembly from the fl uid pump

(331-708) by unscrewing the suction nut (331-034) with the

packing adjustment tool.

8. Using a 1/2” wrench unscrew the two bolts (100-318) from

the cover assembly 331-234). The fl uid pump (331-209)

will be hanging loosely at this point.

9. Remove the connecting rod pin (331-065) out of the

connecting rod (331-038), allowing the removal of the fl uid

pump (331-209) from the machine.

Disassembly of the Fluid Pump - Figure 6

1. Unscrew & remove the packing nut (331-037).

2. Push the piston rod (331-708) down through the packings

& out of the pump.

3. Now push the packing removal tool (331-465) up through

the pump & remove from the top bringing packings, spacer

& springs along with it, leaving fl uid body (331-011) empty.

*Make sure all old packings & glands have been removed from fl uid pump.

4. Clean inside of fl uid body (331-011).

5. Disassemble all parts & clean for reassembly. Discard any

old packings.

6. Lubricate leather packing in lightweight oil for 10 minutes

prior to reassembly.

Disassembly of the Outlet Valve - Figure 3

1. Place piston holder (331-195) in a vise. Slide piston into the

holder & lock in place with a 3/8” dowel.

2. Use a 1/4” allen wrench to unscrew the outlet seat retainer

(331-026) from the piston.

3. Remove the outlet seat (331-026), O-ring (331-100) and

outlet ball (331-027).

4. Inspect outlet ball & seat for wear. Replace as necessary.

5. While piston is still locked in the holder, install parts back into

the piston in the following order:

ball, outlet seat and O-ring

Before reinstalling the outlet seat support, apply two drops of Loctite

No. 242 (blue) on the threads & torque to 20 ft-lbs.

REASSEMBLY - Figure 5 & 6

1. Take lower male gland (331-014) & place it down on

the fl at side.

2. Take three of the lower polyethylene packings (331-016) & two

of the leather packings (331-306) & place onto the male gland in

the following order with the inverted side down :

Polyethylene, leather, polyethylene, leather, polyethylene.

3. Take the female adaptor (331-305), which is inverted on both

sides , & place it on top of your assembled lower packings.

4. Follow step 2 above with your packings inverted side up.

5. Take the second lower male gland and place it on top of your

assembled packings with the rounded side down.

6. Take assembled glands & packings (13 pieces) & slide on to the

lower half of the piston.

7. Take the spacer (331-018) & slide over the top of the piston (it

doesn’t matter which direction it sits), falling onto lower packings.

8. Take three Belleville Springs (331-025) & slide over the top of

the piston in the following order:

* First spring, curve facing down

* Second spring, curve facing up

* Third spring, curve facing down

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9. Take the upper male gland (331-022) & place it rounded side up.

10. Take three upper polyethylene packings (331-023) & two leather

packings (331-307) & assemble with inverted side down ,

on to the male gland in the following order: polyethylene, leather, polyethylene, leather, polyethylene.

11. Take upper female gland (331-021) & place on top of the assembled

upper packings with the inverted side down.

12. Take assembled upper glands & packings (7 pieces) & slide on

over the top of the piston, making sure inverted sides are down.

13. Take the packing holder (331-019) & replace the white O-ring

(106-009) & the black O-ring (106-010) with new ones from the

packing kit.

14. Slide the packing holder over the top of the upper packings

so they fi t inside.

15. Lubricate inside of the fl uid pump body & the outside of the

packings with a light weight oil.

16. Slide completed assembly into fl uid pump body (331-011).

* To keep packings secured in correct position, hold the pump body upside down & push the completed assembly upwards into the pump body. Once placed inside, tilt pump body back up to keep all pieces in.

17. Tighten packing nut (331-037) onto the top of the fl uid pump

body & tighten until you feel slight resistance against the

Belleville Springs (331-025). Using the Packing Adjustment Tool

(189-211), tighten another 3/4 of a turn.

Fluid Pump Reinstallation Figure 1 & 4

1. Loosen packing nut & ensure that the piston rod (331-093) is in

its upper position in the fl uid pump body (331-209). Slip the

sleeve (331-117) & the retaining ring (331-062) over the piston rod.

2. Push piston rod up into the connecting rod (331-038) & align the

holes. Insert the connecting rod pin (331-065) through the

connecting rod & piston. Slip the sleeve up over the connecting

rod pin & insert retaining ring into the groove on the connecting rod.

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20

Packing Replacement Procedures

3. Push the two bolts (100-318) through the tube spacers

(331-074) & screw into the cover assembly (331-234).

Using a 1/2” wrench, tighten the two bolts evenly

(alternating between them) until you reach 20 ft-lbs.

4. Reassemble lower suction valve assembly by placing

the suction seat (331-409) O-ring (106-011), suction

ball (331-030) and suction ball guide (331-029) in the

suction nut (331-034) & screw onto the fl uid pump body.

5. Reconnect the sensor (331-294-99) to the fl uid pump

body. Hold sensor with a 7/8” wrench while tightening

the swivel connector (100-003) with an 11/16” wrench.

DO NOT TURN THE SENSOR.

6. Start the machine & operate slowly to check the piston

rod for binding. Adjust the bolts, holding the fl uid

pump body to the cover assembly, if necessary. This

will eliminate any binding.

7. Tighten packing nut clockwise until resistance is felt

against the Belleville Springs, then go 3/4 of a turn

more. Put fi ve drops of Airlessco Throat Seal Oil

into the packing nut.

8. Run the machine at full pressure for several minutes.

Release the pressure by following the Pressure Relief

Procedure & readjust the packing nut per step 7 above.

9. Install the connecting rod shield (331-111) so that the

small hole is in the upper right hand corner.

FIGURE 5

FIGURE 6

Inspection & Replacement of Control Valve, Ball & Seat

1. Use a wrench to unscrew the control valve with ring seal.

2. Make sure that the control valve knob turns freely and that its stem is not worn unevenly, mushroomed or otherwise damaged.

3. Remove TC guide, verify that it is unbroken, clean and notch side is up.

4. Remove control ball. Inspect for any cuts, scratches, chips, rust or other damage.

5. Use a 7/16” allen wrench to unscrew the control seat from the pump head. Clean seat and inspect bevel edge for damage.

Also ensure that the gasket on the underside of the seat is intact.

6. If no obvious damage to the control ball and seat, place ball into seat and fi ll with water. If water leaks out between ball and seat, they must be replaced.

7. Replace control valve, ball, seat and/or TC guide as necessary.

8. Clean and inspect pump head opening, where the control seat was installed.

9. Grease pump head opening with multipurpose grease.

10. Screw control seat into pump head and torque to 85 ft-lbs.

11. Place TC guide into control seat with notched side up.

12. Drop control ball into TC guide.

13. Screw control valve with ring seal into pump head. Torque to 15 ft-lbs.

14. If a new control valve, ball or seat is installed, complete the Pressure Calibration Procedure.

A repair kit with the control ball and seat is available as KIT-3-3100.

Inspection & Replacement of Suction Valve

1. Remove suction hose assembly from suction seat assembly by loosening the hose clamp

2. Place a small screwdriver into the suction seat assembly and onto the suction valve ball. Turn the machine

“ON”. The screwdriver should oscillate about 1/16” inch. This indicates that the bearing assembly and diaphragm are cycling correctly.

3. If the screwdriver does not oscillate, poke the suction ball to ensure it is not stuck to the suction seat. If the

screwdriver doesn’t start oscillating, troubleshoot diaphragm and bearing assembly . Otherwise spray light weight oil in the suction seat and onto the suction ball. Reattach suction hose and test unit.

4. If unit still fails to operate correctly, remove control head in according instructions on page 19.

5. Inspect suction ball for any cuts, scratches, chips, rust or other damage. Inspect bevel edge of

suction seat for any damage.

6. Replace suction seat and/or suction ball as required. However, if the suction seat requires replacement it is

generally preferable to change the entire control head under the exchange program.

7. Replace control head as instructed in Inspection and Replacement of Control Head.

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Gear Box Assembly

Part No. 305-196

22

Part Number

100-028

Description

Pipe Plug

100-226 45 degree Elbow

100-318 HXHD Screw

100-380

100-381

100-398

112-068

115-019

117-008

Screw

Screw

Retaining Ring

Ball Bearing

Hose Connector

Ball Bearing

Part Number

305-199

305-287

331-038

331-046

331-047

331-061

331-062

331-074

331-103

Description

Shaft Pinion

Machined End Bell

Crosshead Ass’y

Ball Bearing

Ball Bearing

Sleeve Bearing

Retaining Ring

Spacer

Flat Washer

Part Number

331-111

331-117

331-197

331-209

331-407

331-537

* Not Shown

331-132

Description

Front Shield

Sleeve

FLPHHD Screw

Pait Pump Ass’y

Crank Ass’y

Machined Cover

Grease

Suction Assembly

Part No. 305-290

Part Number

106-020

111-016

331-034

331-035

331-090R

331-135

331-217

331-231

331-290

331-425

Description

O-Ring PTFE

Nylon Tie

Suction Nut

Suction Elbow

Fitting

Spring Clip

Inlet Strainer

Bypass Hose Ass’y

Suction Hose Ass’y (Inc. strainer)

Bypass Hose

Gun Assembly

Part No. 305-317

Part Number

100-320

100-342

116-100

119-049

119-050

119-052

136-019

136-039

136-039R

136-217

136-230

139-337A

Description

Wing Screw

Screw

Compression Spring

Screw

Screw

Lock Nut

Swivel Block Assy

Set Collar

Set Collar

Nut

Axel

Wheel

Part Number

140-045

143-027

143-029

305-039

305-051M

305-077-99

305-079

305-089

305-108

305-141

305-159

305-161

Description

Nut

Ball Guide

Set Collar

Spacer

Clamp

Cable Assy

Wire Swivel Assy

Cable Sleeve

Clamp Plate

Cable Adjustor

Sleeve Bearing

Spacer

Part Number

305-242

305-273

305-274

305-276

305-292

305-243

305-311

305-313

331-103

Description

Mounting Tube

Spacer

Trigger Lever

Spring Clip

Support Tube

Gun Holder Tube

Quick Release Ring Pin

Bent Fence Assy

Flat Washer

23

Bypass Valve Assembly

Part No. 305-264

24

Part Number

100-040

115-016

115-017

115-058

115-028

115-031

188-377

305-194

Description

Hose, Whip

Control Valve Seat Ass'y

Ball

Control Valve

Stat-O-Seal

Guide T.C.

Return Tube

PR Regulator Housing

1

1

1

1

1

Qty.

2

1

1

Frame Assembly

Part No. 305-213

Part Number

100-317

100-320

100-370

113-031

113-032

119-026

136-131

136-133

139-053

140-029

143-028

143-029

Description

Nut 5/16-18 Centerlock

Wing Screw, 3/8

Screw, Hex Cap

Spacer, 5/8 x 1.00

Axel, 13"

Screw Hex Hd

Chain Sash

Key Ring

Handle, Striper

Washer, Flat, 5/16

Washer, Flat, 5/8

Set Collar

1

8

1

1

2

4

1

3

2

2

Qty.

4

1

Part Number

301-165

301-170

301-547

305-051M

305-058

305-105

305-108

305-262

305-269

305-270

305-271

305-286

Description

Wheel

Axel, 22 5/8"

Screw, HXHD

Clamp

Rubber Grip

Ass'y Lever

Clamp Plate

Bucket Base

Engine Mount

Striper Frame

Spacer, 5/8 x 3.00

Cable Guide Plate

1

1

1

1

1

1

3

Qty.

3

3

2

1

4

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CCESSORIES

PUMP CONDITIONER

Should be used on piston pumps between uses to prevent paint from drying on the piston & causing packing wear.

010-001

Display of 48 - 1 oz. bottles

010-009

1 quart bottle

010-019

1 Gallon bottle

Case order quantity: 12 on quarts, 4 on gallons

PAINT STRAINERS

Prefilter your paint using strainer bags. One dozen per pack.

100-064

Used to cover suction filter

100-065

5 Gallon strainer

HOSE COVER

4 mil orange poly protects your airless hose from paint and abrasion damage. Comes in 1000' roll with perforations each 50'.

100-219

Hose Cover Roll

100-426

Case of 6 Rolls

HIGH PRESSURE HOSE

Strong yet flexible, suitable for airless equipment up to 3300 PSI

Part No:

100-012 3/16” Whip Hose, 4 Ft.

100-011 1/4” Hose, 50 Ft.

100-023 3/8” Hose, 50 Ft.

100-037 1/2” Hose, 50 Ft.

100-010 1/4" Hose Connector

100-009 3/8" Hose Connector

SPRAY TIP ADAPTER

032-012 "F to G" gun adapter to attach

Graco

®

tips to Airlessco 007 Spray Guns.

GUN FILTERS

120-090CX Coarse

120-090FX Fine

120-088

Filter Spring

For a complete listing of all available accessories see the Airlessco Accessories Catalog, Part # 001-357.

STAY CLEAN

™ to

Spray protectant for your machine to prevent paint from sticking to it.

114-030

20 oz. can

THROAT SEAL OIL

Used in the wet cup of a piston pump to prevent paint from drying on the piston & causing damage to the upper packing. Use with all piston pumps.

188-187

6 oz. Bottle

188-392

1 qt. Bottle

XTEND-A-POLE SYSTEM

Tip Extensions - Complete with

Patented SPRAY CLEAN REV-GUARD

Swivel Extension

Standard Tip Extension

Swivel Extension

Bare Pole

TIP EXTENSIONS, “G” THREAD

032-170

032-171

032-172

032-173

6” Long

12” Long

18” Long

24” Long

SWIVEL EXTENSION, “G” THREAD

032-184

36” Long

EXTENSIONS (BARE POLES)

Add Tip Extension or Swivel Extension to create desired length

032-053

032-054

24” Long

36” Long

SWIVEL “G” THREAD

ADAPTERS

90° Pole to Gun Adapter

032-042

Gun Nut “F” Thread 11/16-16

032-010

Gun Nut “G” Thread

032-011

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