334627E, InvisiPac GM100 Plug-Free Hot Melt | 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.
Remove the solenoid. For removal and installation instructions, see
Remove the existing clamp and replace the bottom part with new clamp A.
Before mounting to the rod, loosely thread screw
C into block A and thread screw D through block
B into the assembly.
Hold the applicator up to 1/2 in. diameter bar and rotate the top clamp B so that screw C moves into the slot.
Use a 3 mm Allen wrench to torque screw C, and a 5 mm Allen wrench to torque screw D.
Re-install the solenoid.
Connect the hose fluid outlet to the manifold fluid inlet (E). Use two 11/16 in. wrenches to tighten the hose fitting.
Set the air regulator to 80 psi (5.5 Bar, 0.5 MPa).
Connect tubing from the air regulator to the applicator solenoid.
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).
Connect the cordset (F) to the hose.
Connect the hose inlet to the melter system outlet. See the heated hose manual for installation guidelines.
Connect the hose cordset to melter. See the heated hose manual for installation guidelines.
Connect tubing from the air filter (Graco part
106148) to the air regulator.
Connect solenoid valve (J) to 24 VDC signal.
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.
All GM100 valves use a 24 VDC solenoid valve.
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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
Use 1/2 in. wrench to install nozzle. See
temperature set point has been achieved. Cycling the module below the temperature set point may cause premature seal leakage.
Disconnect or turn off the device which triggers the solenoid valve.
Ensure the nozzle (Z) is removed.
Heat the system to working temperature.
Place waste container under the applicator to catch the adhesive.
Press the manual override switch (M) to manually trigger the solenoid valve.
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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