41-12304 B10 Air Motor - 8 Pages

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41-12304 B10 Air Motor

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Your new Binks BIO is a 10" diameter, 5" stroke air motor designed to operate at from 20 to 90 PSI air pressure (maximum). The BIO features an easy-to-maintain air slide valve with lubricated Delrin seals and quiet exhaust. Use the lowest air pressure setting which gives proper atomization of the fluid at the spray gun tip. Excessive pressure only causes undue wear to the equipment. WARNING — HIGH PRESSURE — WARNING When driving a high pressure fluid section, this air motor can produce fluid pressures of over 3000 PSI. • FLUID UNDER HIGH PRESSURE CAN PENETRATE THE SKIN AND CAUSE SEVERE INTERNAL INJURY • IN CASE OF INJURY OBTAIN MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY • BE SURE TO REPORT NATURE OF INJURY AND TYPE OF FLUID OR SOLVENT TO THE DOCTOR Be sure you understand ALL of the following instructions thoroughly BEFORE operating any part of the airless equipment system. CONSULT YOUR BINKS REPRE- SENTATIVE TO CLEAR UP ANY ITEMS OF 1. All Binks high pressure airless pumps should be GROUNDED to avoid DANGEROUS STATIC SPARKING, EXPLOSION, or FIRE when SPRAYING FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS. a. Be sure object being sprayed is GROUNDED. 2. NEVER clean, change, or remove the nozzle from the spray gun without first doing the following: a. Be sure to set the trigger safety on the gun. b. Shut off pump. Release fluid pressure in the entire system, from pump to spray gun, by opening the PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE' With the airless system inactivated as described above, all worn or defective parts should be replaced or repaired BEFORE restarting the system. 3. NEVER remove the fluid hose or spray gun from the system without first releasing the system pres- sure (see instructions a and b under paragraph 2, above). Remember, the fluid may be under very high pressure (3000 pounds per square inch or 4. NEVER trigger the spray gun to release system pressure: USE PRESSURE RELEASE VALVE 5. NEVER handle the spray gun carelessly. 6. NEVER allow the gun's spray to come close to any part of the human body, even when the spray nozzle 7. NEVER plug a hose leak with your finger, with adhesive tape, or other "stop-gap" devices. 8.NEVER operate the airless system with a defective hose. ALWAYS replace the defective hose immedi-ately. (See 9. BEFORE doing ANY maintenance work on the pump, hose, or spray gun, or BEFORE leaving the airless equipment system unattended for ANY length of time, or BEFORE shutting down the system, BE SURE TO FOLLOW PROCEDURE 10. NEVER spray flammable liquids in the vicinity of: a. ANY open flame, lighted cigarettes, etc. b. ANY electrical apparatus that is operating. 11. NEVER spray flammable solvent through the gun nozzle tip. To do so generates static electricity and could cause static sparking with subsequent explosion or fire (see paragraph 1). ALWAYS remove the nozzle tip from the spray gun BEFORE cleaning the tip or "solvent flush" cleaning the gun (see paragraph 2). 12. Binks airless pumps can develop hydraulic pressure of 3000 pounds per square inch or more. All of the components incorporated into the pump, spray gun, and the other elements of the airless system, have been carefully designed and tested to ensure their safe operation under these high pressures, WHEN PROPERLY HANDLED AND MAINTAINED. For continuing safety, users are urged to: a. ALWAYS handle carefully all hose connections, joints, and seating surfaces on the spray gun to prevent damage. b. NEVER kink or bend the fluid hose into less than a four inch radius. c. FREQUENTLY check the hose for kinks or abrasions. These may develop into a rupture. d. NEVER use standard hardware to modify the air- less system. ALWAYS use Binks high pressure fittings only. WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Part Sheet

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Binks MODEL 41-12304 B10 AIR MOTOR 1. Disconnect air supply line to the air motor and remove the inlet fitting (1), inlet seal (2), and seal (3). 3. Remove four screws (6A) which hold the cover (5) and static ground wire assembly (6B) to the motor 4. Carefully remove the cover assembly (5). The inside of the cover assembly is lined with "soundfoam" THIS SIDE SHOWN VALVE YOKE 1. Using an adjustable wrench, loosen and remove the roller spring retainer assemblies (13). 2. The push rod (10), spring (12) and lockwasher 3. Remove the four bolts (8A) and toothwasher (8B) from the top of the valve...

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TO INSPECT THE SLIDE VALVE 1. Remove two bolts (18C) & toothwashers (18B) and remove the inlet manifold assembly (18A). The transfer tube (19) may or may not come out of the inlet manifold assembly. An o-ring holds the transfer tube in place. 2. Lift off the transfer manifold assembly (16). Check the o-ring (27) under the transfer manifold. 3. Using two adjustable wrenches, remove the trip rod nuts (23B) & (23A) and also nut seal (22) from atop the slide valve (17). It will be necessary to pull the trip rod assembly (26) up a little in order to engage the flats on the trip rod. 4. Lift the...

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Binks MODEL 41-12304 B10 AIR MOTOR (Continued) TO INSPECT THE TRIP ROD ASSEMBLY 1. Check the trip rod assembly (26) for straightness. The assembly is made up of the trip rod (41A), spring (42), two trip spring guides (43), retainer nut (44A), safety nut (44B), and a short length of 18 gauge safety wire (44C). 2. To dissassemble, remove safety wire (44C) and, with adjustable wrenches on the trip rod flats, remove nuts 3. To remove piston rod seals (55) thru (59), pull piston rod (39) straight DOWN and out of motor base assembly (7), remove screws (61) and plate (60). Packings (55) thru 4....

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Binks MODEL 41-12304 B10 AIR MOTOR (Continued) DETAIL, PACKING SET ASSEMBLY Note: See Detail Below. During the reassembly of the Air Motor it is recommended that all V packings, seals, and o-rings be greased thoroughly before installation. (Use NLGI-1 grease, compounded spe- cifically for -50° F. operating temperatures. See Item 63, page 8.) DO NOT use petroleum jelly in the motor as it will solidify at such low temperatures. 1. Install piston rod seal (45), open end up, into groove in the motor base assembly (7). 2. Insert wave spring (55). 3. Insert the 10 parts of packing assembly in the...

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