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AA1600M Air Assist Airless Gun

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SERVICE MANUAL AA1600M AIR-ASSIST AIRLESS SPRAY GUN (0909-1600-XXXXXX) (WITH FLAT TIP/TWIST TIP OPTION, FAN SIZE ADJUSTMENT FEATURE AND HVLP/LVMP TECHNOLOGY) II 2 G X The following instructions provide the necessary information for the proper operation and preventive maintenance of the Binks AA1600M Air-Assist Airless Spray Gun. Please read and understand all information in this document in order to get the maximum performance from your new AA1600M spray gun. In the AA1600M spray gun, the paint or other material to be sprayed is pre-atomized and forced through the carbide tip by the typical 400-800 psi fluid pressure (with capabilities up to 1,600 psi/110 bar). As a result of the pre-atomizing, the final shaping air supplied by the air cap produces an exceptionally fine and even spray pattern. The result of this spray pattern is an even finish that lends itself to products that need an exceptionally fine finish with reduced overspray and VOC emissions. PROP 65 WARNING WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Maximum Fluid Pressure: 1600 psi/110 bar Maximum Air Pressure: 100 psi/ 6.8 bar Gun Body: Forged Aluminum Fluid Path: Stainless Steel Fluid Seat: UHMW (Tungsten Carbide optional) Fluid Inlet Size: 1/4" NPS(m) Thread Air Inlet Size: 1/4" NPS(m) Thread Gun Weight: 17.28 oz./490 g (without Tip, Aircap, Guard) DO NOT DESTROY It is the customer's responsibility to have all operators and service personnel read and understand this manual. Contact your local Binks representative for additional copies of this manual. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING THIS BINKS PRODUCT 77-2921-R10.1 (6/2015)

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WARNING HIGH PRESSURE CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY IF EQUIPMENT IS INSTALLED OR USED INCORRECTLY. READ, UNDERSTAND, AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL. FLAMMABLE, EXPLOSIVE AND TOXIC VAPORS HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY AND HOSE LEAKS OPERATE EQUIPMENT ONLY AFTER ALL INSTRUCTIONS ARE CLEARLY UNDERSTOOD. In this part sheet, the words WARNING, CAUTION and NOTE are used to emphasize important safety information as follows: Hazards or unsafe practices which could result in severe personal injury, death or substantial property damage. Hazards or unsafe practices which could result in...

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EN SPRAY GUN SET-UP TYPICAL HOOK-UP Before proceeding, make sure trigger lock is engaged. 1 Connect your high-pressure fluid hose to the gun fluid inlet . and tighten securely. 2. onnect your air hose to the gun air connection and tighten C securely. 3. Slowly increase air to the pump to obtain a fluid pressure at the gun’s lower end of the pressure range. A typical starting fluid pressure is 250 psi. Actual starting pressure points may be higher or lower than 250 psi and depend on the setup including the type of pump used, the type of material sprayed, and the spray gun itself. 4. Using...

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EN TROUBLESHOOTING DEFECTIVE SPRAY PATTERNS Always engage trigger lock and relieve fluid pressure before servicing gun. The following procedure summarizes the steps that an operator must immediately take when the first signs of a defective spray pattern emerge. 1. Check the external portion of the fluid tip for material buildup. If buildup has occurred, secure the gun trigger safety switch and clean the gun fluid tip with a non-metal soft brush. 2. the spray pattern exhibits signs of tails at the top or If bottom ends of the pattern, increase the air pressure gradually until the tails...

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EN SPRAY PATTERN TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM luttering Spray Pattern F Insufficient fluid supply. Adjust fluid regulator or fill fluid supply tanks. Air in paint supply line. Check and tighten pump siphon hose connections, bleed air from paint line. Attempting to “feather” (Partially trigger gun). Cannot feather with an AA1600M gun. Striping Spray – Fingers Carbide tip partially plugged. Clean or replace carbide tip assembly. Irregular Pattern Fluid builds up on carbide tip, or tip partially plugged. On defective side of pattern, air horn holes are plugged. Clean air horn holes with solvent and...

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11. sing a rag dampened with solvent, wipe the exterior U surface of the gun. Additionally, some solvents are prohibited from being used for cleaning. The operator must take care to use only approved cleaning solvents for equipment cleaning. These materials are clearly labeled as approved for cleaning and wash off operations. If the operator has any question on selecting appropriate cleaning solvents, the operator should consult a supervisor or plant environmental staff. REPLACING FLUID NOZZLE AND/OR FLUID NEEDLE ASSEMBLY REASONS TO REPLACE NOZZLE AND/OR NEEDLE ASSEMBLY: A) Fluid leak...

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EN SERVICING AIR VALVE REASONS TO SERVICE AIR VALVE: A) Air valve not functioning correctly (may need cleaning). B) Routine maintenance. C) Air leaks (advise replacement, see p8) Always ensure that all fluid and air pressure to the gun has been discharged before proceeding with any repairs. Fig. 13 1. emove trigger and fluid tube assembly. (See fig 13 & 14) R 2. nscrew air valve using 14 mm wrench. (See fig 15) U 3. emove air valve by gripping stem. (See fig 16) R 4. emove spring with spring pad. (See fig 17) R 5. O NOT REMOVE REAR SEAL FROM GUN BODY. D (See fig 18) 6. O NOT REMOVE PLASTIC...

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EN REPLACING AIR VALVE REASONS TO REPLACE AIR VALVE: A) Air leak through the gun. B) Air valve not operating correctly. Always ensure that all fluid and air pressure to the gun has been discharged before proceeding with any repairs. Fig. 25 1. emove trigger and fluid tube assembly. (See figs 25 & 26) R 2. nscrew air valve using 14 mm wrench. (See fig 27) U 3. emove air valve by gripping the stem. (See fig 28) R 4. emove spring with spring pad. (See fig 29) R 5. ook out rear seal using Service Tool. (See figs 30 & 31) H 6. Clean air valve bores in gun body with the brush supplied in the kit....

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EN TIP GUARD INSTALLATION REASON TO INSTALL TIP GUARD: To replace broken tip guard. For pressures over 1000 psi the tip guard must be in place for added protection against skin injection. Always ensure that all fluid and air pressure to the gun has been discharged before proceeding with any repairs. INSTRUCTIONS ARE VALID FOR BOTH FLAT TIP GUARD AND TWIST TIP GUARD: 1. isconnect all fluid and air hoses from the gun. D 2. nsert the gun into a clamping vise with fluid nozzle facing I directly upwards. (See fig 37) Gun should be securely clamped at the upper portion of the gun handle. 3....

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