Binks Model 30 Automatic Glass Bead Dispensing Gun - 4 Pages

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Binks Model 30 Automatic Glass Bead Dispensing Gun

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SERVICE MANUAL AUTOMATIC GLASS BEAD DISPENSING GUN 6279-0000-1 MODEL 30 6279-0000-5 MODEL 30 (BIG BORE) The Model 30 Glass Bead Dispensing Gun delivers glass beads at the rate of up to 20 lbs. per minute. (A pressure tank with follower plate and bottom outlet is recommended for supply of glass beads to the gun.) Air for atomization is not required. “On-off” of the gun is provided by the air cylinder. It is located at the rear of the gun body. The minimum recommended air pressure to the cylinder is 50 PSIG. 7. Remove piston rod (6) and piston (8) by feeding air into the air inlet (21) at 5-10 PSIG. 8. Remove screw (17) and lockwasher (18) and separate gun body (20) from gun head (16). The gun should never be operated without having the guard (28) installed. All threads, including the hose connections, should be clean of beads before mating. The needle (15) should always be kept clean. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS INSTALLATION Mount the Model 30 gun on a 1/2” diameter steel rod. (Not furnished with gun. Please order separately, Model 54-380.) The rod should have a flat area to receive the mounting screw (19) for locking the gun to the rod. Attach the air hose to the 1/4" NPS(m) nipple (21) and attach the glass bead supply hose to the 3/4" NPS(m) inlet on the gun head (16). NOTE Be sure mating threads are clean of beads. Depending on the delivery required, select the appropriate nozzle (orifice) insert (13) and install into the deflection nozzle (12). Install this assembly (14) into the gun and fasten securely with retainer ring (10) and o-ring (11). NOTE Be sure mating threads are clean of beads. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS Read entire disassembly instructions before attempting repairs. Do only that which is required to repair a specific trouble. Complete disassembly may not be required. 1. Remove the screw (27) and guard (28). 2. Remove cap (3), control screw (1) and lock-nut (2). Remove springs (4) and (5). 3. Remove nozzle assembly (14) by unscrewing retainer ring (10). 4. Using a 11/16" socket, hold piston rod (6) and loosen nut (22) with a 7/16” wrench. 5. Unscrew needle (15) from piston rod (6) and nut (22). Remove take-up screw (23) from gun head (16). Since o-ring (24) and take-up screw (23) offer resistance to removal from needle (15), unscrew take-up screw (23) from needle (15), rather than pulling forcefully. Remove needle (15) from front of gun head (16). 6. Remove wiper (25) and retainer (26) from gun head (16). Before assembling gun, clean off all mating surfaces and remove any beads clinging to them. 1. Attach gun head (16) to gun body (20) with screw (17) and lockwasher (18). 2. Insert needle (15) through front of gun head (16). Check wiper (25) and retainer (26) and replace if worn or damaged. Install retainer (26) and wiper (25) through rear of gun head (16) onto needle (15). 3. Check o-ring (24) and replace if worn or damaged. Seat o-ring (24) correctly into take-up screw (23). Screw take-up screw o-ring assembly (23, 24) over needle threads (15) and into gun head (16) to finger tightness and tighten additionally 1/8 to 1/4 turn by wrench. 4. Screw nut (22) onto needle (15). 5. Check u-cup (9) and two o-rings (7) and replace if worn or damaged. Seat two o-rings (7) correctly onto piston rod (6) and seat u-cup (9) correctly onto piston (8). Insert piston rod (6) through piston (8) and insert piston rod/piston assembly (6, 8) into gun body (20). 6. Push piston rod (6) all the way into gun body (20) and hold it there with 11/16" socket wrench. Screw needle (15) deep into piston rod (6) while, at same time, turning nut (22), as required, to avoid “lockup”. 7. Hold gun with nozzle end up. Insert nozzle assembly (14). Do not install retainer ring (10). 8. Unscrew piston rod (6) with socket wrench, while pushing on piston rod (6) and allow needle (15) to “lift” nozzle assembly (14) 3/32" off gun head (16). 9. While preventing needle (15) from turning, and while push-ing on piston rod (6), screw nut (22) forward so as to lock against takeup screw (23). Tighten nut (22) securely with 7/16" wrench. 1 0. Install spring (4) and cap (3). 1 1. Install spring (5), lock-nut (2) and control screw (1). 1 Select appropriate nozzle insert (13) and insert into deflection 2. nozzle (12). Insert nozzle assembly (14) into gun head (16). 1 Check o-ring (11) and replace if worn or damaged. Seat o-ring 3. (11) correctly onto gun head (16). 1 Screw retainer ring (10) onto gun head (16) and make hand 4. tight. 15. Attach guard (28) with screw (27) and n

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EN 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 minor personal injury, product or property damage. NOTE Important installation, operation or maintenance information. 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...

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Binks Model 30 AUTOMATIC GLASS BEAD DISPENSING GUN PARTS LIST When ordering, please specify Part No. DESCRIPTION    QTY. ITEM PART NO. NO.    DESCRIPTION ▲ Also available in 6-271 Repair Kit. Please order separately. ■ Part of 45-101 Assembly. * Also available in 54-3116 Wiper Kit. Please order separately. Ref. Only: To convert to 1/2" nozzle, use 6-1287 Kit.

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WARRANTY POLICY Binks products are covered by Carlisle Fluid Technologies one year materials and workmanship limited warranty. The use of any parts or accessories, from a source other than Carlisle Fluid Technologies, will void all warranties. For specific warranty information please contact the closest Carlisle Fluid Technologies location listed below. Carlisle Fluid Technologies reserves the right to modify equipment specifications without prior notice. DeVilbiss®, Ransburg®, MS®, BGK®, and Binks® are registered trademarks of Carlisle Fluid Technologies, Inc. ©2017 Carlisle Fluid...

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