Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 1150 Wagner SprayTech
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1 Owner's Manual ED1 1 50 Airless Spr ayer Model no. 0294059 Form no . 0294968C © 1996 Wagner Spr ay T ech. All r ights reserved. Plus .
2 THIS UNIT IS PROVIDED WITH A THERMALLY PROTECTED AUTOMATIC RESET. IF AN OVERLOAD OCCURS THE THERMALLY PROTECTED AUTOMATIC RESET DISCONNECTS THE MOTOR FROM THE POWER SUPPLY. • Motor will restart without warning when protector automatically resets.
3 SAFETY PRECA UTIONS This manual contains information which must be read and understood before using the equipment. When you come to an area which has one of the following symbols, pay particular attention and make certain to heed the safeguard. WARNING Important safety information indicates a hazard which may cause serious injury or loss of life.
4 WARNING PREVENTION HAZARD • • Paint hose can develop leaks from wear, kinking, abuse, etc. A leak is capable of injecting material into the skin. The paint hose should be inspected before each use. • NEVER use a spray gun which does not have a trigger lock or trigger guard in place and in working order.
5 WARNING HAZARD PREVENTION Explosion or fire - Solvent and paint fumes can explode or ignite causing property damage and/or severe injury. • Exhaust and fresh air introduction must be provided to keep the air within the spray area free from accumulation of flammable vapors.
6 WARNING PREVENTION HAZARD Explosion hazard incompatible materials - May cause property damage or severe injury. General - May cause property damage or severe injury. Hazardous vapors - Paints, solvents, insecticides, and other materials may be harmful if inhaled causing se- vere nausea, fainting, or poisoning.
7 GENERAL DESCRIPTION Be sure to read the IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMA- TION on pages 3 thru 6 before using this sprayer. Your SprayTECH sprayer is a powerful, easy to operate and easy to service machine. Since it operates on the airless principle, no air compressor is needed.
8 The paint pump is located below the hydraulic pump (see Figure 1). The two pumps are bolted together by four socket head capscrews. The diaphragm separates the pumps. The paint pump operates as follows: The piston in the hydraulic pump forces hydraulic oil toward and away from the diaphragm.
9 tainer. When the priming knob is turned to (prime), paint is drawn up the suction tube into the paint pump. The paint pump then routes the paint through the return tube back to the paint container. This primes the painting system. When the priming knob is turned to (spray), flow is shut off through the return tube and the sprayer can spray.
10 ASSEMBL Y OF A NEW SPRA YER 1. Screw the return fitting into the elbow on the front side of the paint pump. Both fittings should be hand tight only, but tight enough to prevent air from being drawn in. 2. Screw the paint hose, wrench tight, onto the outlet fitting on the front side of the paint pump.
11 4. Tighten tip nut. The tip guard should now be in the proper position. See Figure 5. Figure 4.- Spray Gun Tip Guard Postion Before Tightening. 3. Loosen the tip nut slightly. Turn the tip guard about 1/16 turn counterclockwise from desired spray angle.
12 OPERA TION ST AR T UP PROCEDURE SPRA Y P AINTING You can learn to spray paint as easy as you can learn to paint with a brush or roller. You can get a professional looking job in a safe manner by following the spray painting tips below. 1. Heed all WARNINGS and CAUTIONS that are listed on pages 2 thru 6 at the front of this manual.
13 2. Avoid sharp bending and kinking of the paint hose. The paint hose and electric cord should be kept clear of traffic and sharp cutting edges or objects. 3. Use the lowest pressure possible when spraying. Too much pressure shortens equipment life.
14 SPRA Y TIP PLUGGING The spray tip can be plugged by foreign matter and “skin” in the paint. Excessively large paint pigments can also plug the tip. If the tip becomes plugged while spraying, proceed as follows: 1. Lock spray gun trigger OFF so that the spray gun can't spray.
15 IMPORT ANT! Tighten the (4) Pump Block Bolts after the first 20 hours of use. To tighten, use the 6mm allen wrench supplied in the literature kit. Use a criss cross pattern when tightening. First A, then C, then B, then D. If you have a torque wrench use 13-15 Ft.
16 CHECKING OPERA TION OF INLET V AL VE See Figure 14 for location of inlet valve. The inlet valve should be checked if the sprayer draws up little or no paint. It is a good practice to check inlet valve operation before spraying. If the sprayer has been in storage, the inlet valve may be sticky.
17 When the diaphragm or diaphragm parts have to be re- placed, proceed as follows: 1. Remove the 4 paint pump screws with a 6 millimeter alIen wrench. As you remove the 4 screws, also remove the 4 washers that may remain in the holes. Figure 15. - Remove paint pump screws 2.
18 Problom Sprayer does not startup Sprayer starts up but does not draw up paint Sprayer draws up paint but pressure does not build up Cause TR OUBLESHOO TING Provided you have followed the instructions, the sprayer will operate efficiently and give trouble-free service.
19 TR OUBLESHOO TING (Continued) Problem Sprayer draws up paint, pressure builds up, but drops away markedly when gun is opened (low performance) Pressure fluctuation . Paint in hydraulic housing Spray gun won't shut off Cause 1. No spray tip on gun 2.
20 TR OUBLESHOO TlNG (Concluded) 1. Worn valve ball holder on gun 1. Out of spray material 2. Spray tip or gun filter plugged 1. Partially plugged spray tip or filter 1. Valve ball holder not in correct position Problem Cause Remedy NOTE1: If a return line that is completely submerged in paint causes bubbles after priming, you probably have a vacuum leak in the suction set.
21 ITEM PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. ITEM PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. 1 0288478 Grip, 1 2 0294511 Handle 1 3 0088328 Washer, Lock, 5/16" 4 4 9800325 Screw, Soc. Hd. 8mm x 16mm Lg. 1 5 0089935 Elbow, Barb 2 6 0270504 Tubing, 5/16" O.
22 Paint Pump Assembly — Figure 19 ©1995 WAGNER SPRAY TECH CORPORATION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ‰ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 15 16 .
23 P AINT PUMP ASSEMBL Y — Figure 19 ITEM PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. ITEM PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. 1 0270201 Diaphragm assy. 1 2 0270494 Ring, diaphragm 1 3 0294216 Pusher assy, outlet valve 1 (Includes O-ring P/N 9971327) 4 0294672 Kit, repair outlet valve 1 5 0010778 Seal, ball seat 1 6 0294264 Housing assy.
24 0294218 SUCTION SET ASSEMBL Y ITEM PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. A CCESSORIES Part No. Description 0153--- Tungsten C arbide Flat Tips 0153003 Tip Guard, Flat Tip 0093641 Hopper Assembly, 6 gallon 0291004 Hose, Whip End, 3' x 3/16'' 0291003 Hose, Whip End, 5' x 3/16" 0291002 Hose, Wireless, 25' x 1/4'' 0291000 Hose, Wireless, 50' x 1/4'' 0093896 Hose Connector, 1/4'' x 1/4''M 0088154 Pressure Gauge 0153043 Tip Extension, 6'' 0153042 Tip Extension, 12'' 0152001 Power Roller Gun Attachment 0152308 Roller Cover, 3/8'' Nap 0152307 Roller Cover, 1/2'' Nap 0152309 Roller Cover, 3/4'' Nap 0152310 Roller Cover, 1 1/2'' Nap 0152235 Roller Cover, 1/2" Nap 0152236 Roller Cover, 3/8" Nap 0152237 Roller Cover, 3/4" Nap 0152238 Roller Cover, 1-1/4" Nap 0152700 Adapter, Power Roller Extension 0088009 Hydraulic Oil, quart 0088010 Hydraulic Oil, gallon 0270188 G-10 Airless Spray Gun 0093930 Anti-Seize Compound 0152900 R-10 Telescoping Roller, 12" x 3/8" nap 0152909 R-10 Telescoping Roller, 9" x 3/8" nap 0294672 Kit, Repair Outlet valve 0294673 Kit, Repair diaphragm 1 0279305 Filter, housing 1 2 0294217 Suction Hose 1 3 9871047 O-ring 1 4 0294665 Clip, hose 1 5 0269321 Return tube 1 Filter Mesh Color of Part No.
28 What Is Covered By This Warranty: This product, manufactured by SprayTech Corporation (SprayTech), is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for one (1) year following date of purchase if operated in accordance with SprayTech's printed recommendations and instructions.
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