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BINKS MACH 1, MACH 1V, HVLP SPRAY GUN MACH 1 WITH ADJUSTABLE FLUID INLET (6202-XXXX-X) The Binks MACH 1 HVLP gun is a top quality high performance air spray gun. You only have to pick it up to feel the difference. Its superbly balanced forged aluminum body offers the operator extra comfort and control. All of the gun’s components are machined and finished to exacting tolerances and only the best materials are used, ensuring years of peak efficiency. The MACH 1 HVLP airspray gun has special nozzles and modifications that allow it to operate at high transfer efficiencies in compliance with the “California South Coast Air Quality Management District” regulations as a “high volume, low pressure” airspray gun. The air inlet passage in the gun body incorporates a venturi which limits airflow. High pressure, low volume airflow is converted to high volume, low pressure at this point. Special air and fluid nozzles enable the gun to atomize fluid at low air pressures and velocities, creating the “soft spray” effect for high transfer efficiencies. To obtain optimum performance from your new MACH 1 HVLP airspray gun, read all instructions carefully. Illustration Key 1. Lightweight Air Nozzle 2. Fluid Inlet 3/8" NPS(m) 3. Extra Smooth Trigger Action 4. Stainless Steel Fluid Nozzle and Needle 5. Side Port Control 6. Fluid Control Knob 7. Forged Aluminum Body 8. Air Inlet 1/4" NPS(m) Package Contents Please note that your Binks MACH 1 HVLP airspray gun package was shipped with the following contents. If anything in the following list is missing, call 1-800-992-4657 for a prompt 1 Gunners Mate 1 Gun Brush 1 Cleaning Brush shipment to you of the missing item. Some regulatory agencies prohibit the operation of HVLP spray guns above 10 psi nozzle atomizing pressure. Users subject to this type of regulation should not exceed 10 psi (50 psi gun inlet pressure). See Air Pressure Recommendations, page 7 and General Spray Instructions, page 5. It is recommended that the nozzle test gauge (see below) be used to confirm actual nozzle operating pressure. It may also be a requirement of some regulatory agencies that users have this gauge nozzle available on site to verify that the gun is being operated within the limits of applicable rules.

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In this part sheet, the words WARNING, CAUTION and NOTE are used to emphasize important safety information as follows: ilWARNING Hazards or unsafe practices which could result in severe personal injury, death or substantial property damage. A WARNING Read the following warnings before using this equipment. READ THE MANUAL Before operating finishing equipment, read and understand all safety, operation and maintenance information provided in the operation manual. OPERATOR TRAINING All personnel must be trained before operating finishing equipment. EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD Equipment misuse can cause...

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EN TYPES OF INSTALLATION CONNECTING GUN TO “PRESSURE ASSISTED”1 QT. CUP (Figure 1) Oil & Water Extractor Air pressure for atomization is regulated at the extractor. The flow of the fluid is adjusted by the fluid valve control knob on gun, viscosity of paint and air pressure. PRESSURE CUP HOOKUP (Figure 2) Air FIG 1 The stainless steel pressure-assisted 1 quart cup utilizes a low pressure air bleed port on the gun head to slightly pressurize the cup and provide fluid flow to the nozzle. A check valve prevents the cup from depressurizing when the gun trigger is released and airflow stops. To connect...

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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE FOR MACH 1 Your new MACH 1 HVLP spray gun is exceptionally rugged in construction and is built to stand up under hard, continuous use. However, like any other fine precision instrument, its most efficient operation depends on a knowledge of its construction, operation and maintenance. Properly handled and cared for, it will produce beautiful, uniform finishing results long after other spray guns have worn out. SET-UP FOR SPRAYING Connecting Gun To Air Hose Air should be supplied by a suitable length of 5/16" diameter air hose fitted with a 1/4" NPS(f) connection at gun end....

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EN Binks MACH1, MACH 1 ADJUSTABLE FLUID INLET MACH 1V Gun MACH 1 with Adjustable Fluid Inlet ✩Requires 54-4370. Order separately. PARTS LIST (When ordering, please specify Part No.) * Select from Air Fluid Nozzle chart, page 6. * * For special purpose nozzles see chart, page 6. Optional 54-4427 Heavy Duty Spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 ▼ Part of Self-Adjusting Packing Kit (54-4261) without needle. ▲ ■ Part of Self-Adjusting

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FLUID NOZZLESSTANDARD FLUID NOZZLES FLUID NOTE: Use stainless steel Fluid Needle (54-3941) for all above nozzles. Optional nylon-tipped stainless steel Fluid Needle (54-3940) is also avaible. 92GS Fluid Nozzle    (Needs to be adjusted to fit your gun. (.046") 1.2 mm    See adjustment guide at right.) Needle Adjustment Guide Model    Length OPTIONAL GS FLUID NOZZLE SIZES Diameter Nozzle    Inches    mm Example: 94GS Fluid Nozzle, 96G Air Nozzle & 54-4547 Needle. NOTE: Optimum setup for clear coat spray is 92GS Fluid Nozzle x 96G Air Nozzle Assembly. * 93P Low Volume Nozzle for automotive fine finish....

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Primer/surfaces Light Stains, Inks Acrylic Enamels Lacquers Low VOC, Urethanes FLUID PRESSURE RANGE- PSI 1-4 1-5 2-7 2-8 2-10 Nozzle Atomizing PSI Nozzle Atomizing PSI Nozzle Atomizing PSI *NOTE Regulator pressures are based on 25' of 5/16" diameter hose in good condition without Quick-Disconnects or other restrictive fittings. Use the air nozzle test gauge accessory to confirm the atomizing/regulator pressure relationship for your actual air supply set-up. These recommendations are for "typical" or "average" fluids, and are intended to serve as a starting point. Adjust as necessary for your specific...

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NOTE To reduce overspray and obtain maximum efficiency always spray with the lowest possible atomizing air pressure. ^lCAUTION Never use metal instruments to clean the air or fluid nozzles. These parts are carefully machined and any damage to them will cause faulty spray. SPRAY TECHNIQUE The first requirement for a good resultant finish is the proper handling of the gun. The gun should be held perpendicular to the surface being covered and moved parallel with it. The stroke should be started before the trigger is pulled and the trigger should be released before the stroke is ended. This gives...

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