MAG II Automatic Air Assisted Airless HVLP Spray Gun - 36 Pages

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MAG II Automatic Air Assisted Airless HVLP Spray Gun

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SERVICE MANUAL MAG II AUTOMATIC AIR-ASSISTED AIRLESS HVLP SPRAY GUN (U.V. AND CONVENTIONAL COATINGS) 0511-0HF0, 0511-0HT0, 0511-MHF0, 0511-MHT0 The following instructions provide the necessary information for the proper operation and preventive maintenance of the Binks MAG II Automatic Manifold Mounted Air-Assisted Airless HVLP Spray Gun. Please read and understand all information in this document in order to get the maximum performance from your new MAG II spray gun. In the MAG II Automatic HVLP spray gun, the paint or other material to be sprayed is atomized; forced through the carbide tip by the typical 1,500-3,800 psi fluid pressure (with capabilities up to 4,000 psi/275 bar). This atomizing, plus 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. The MAG II Automatic HVLP spray gun uses high pressure to spray paints and solvents. Since liquids sprayed at high pressure can cause injuries, and some paints and solvents can be toxic or cause explosions and fires under certain conditions, your safety and the safety of others depend on your reading the information on this Part Sheet. If you have any questions or do not understand the information presented, call your nearest service representative.

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MWARNINGIT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EMPLOYER TO PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION TO THE OPERATOR OF THE EQUIPMENT. FOR FURTHER SAFETY INFORMATION REGARDING BINKS AND DEVILBISS EQUIPMENT, SEE THE GENERAL EQUIPMENT SAFETY BOOKLET (77-5300). HIGH PRESSURE CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY IF EQUIPMENT IS INSTALLED OR USED INCORRECTLY-READ, UNDERSTAND, AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL. 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:...

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NOTE Will vary with fluid viscosity. TO CHANGE FROM COMBINED FAN AND ATOMIZING AIR TO SEPARATE FAN AND ATOMIZING AIR (FLAT TIP ONLY) 1. Remove item (32) side port control by turning counter-clockwise with a 9/16 wrench. 2. Install item (40) set screw into thread at the bottom of tapered cavity of where the side port was. 3. Install item (41) side port plug into the upper part of the threaded cavity of where the side port was. SET UP FOR SPRAYING Safe connection. Verify that the gun is grounded per the automated machine manufacturer’s recommendations. Connecting gun to the material hose. Gun...

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EN MAG II AUTOMATIC MANIFOLD MOUNTED AIR-ASSISTED HVLP SPRAY GUN LOOSENING THE RETAINING RING AND LINING UP THE TWIST TIP BRACE (ITEM 37) IS REQUIRED TO INSTALL ITEM 39 TORQUE ITEM #21 TO 10 FOOT/LBS TORQUE ITEM #23 TO 40 INCH/LBS TWIST TIP GUARD CAN BE REMOVED BY REMOVING SCREW (ITEM 38A) OPTIONAL ITEMS (FOR SEPARATE FAN/ATOM AIR)

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MAG II AUTOMATIC MANIFOLD MOUNTED AIR-ASSISTED HVLP SPRAY GUN * OPTIONAL COMPONENTS - ORDER SEPARATELY ■ See chart, page 10, for available tip sizes. * Items not provided - order separately. Available as part of Rebuild Kit 54-5307. ★ 54-5380 Piston Assembly ▲ Available as p

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TROUBLESHOOTING DEFECTIVE SPRAY PATTERNS even repairs. 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. If the spray pattern exhibits signs of tails at the top or bottom ends of the pattern, increase the air pressure gradually until the tails disappear. 3. If increasing air pressure does not dissipate the...

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NOTE Disassemble spray gun and remove all o-rings before immersing gun in or subjecting it to a flood-wash of cleaning solvent. Contact with solvents may induce o-ring swelling beyond their specification sizes and cause subsequent malfunction of the gun. NOTE Carbide fluid tip needs to be oriented properly in the air cap. The alignment pin in the air cap is to be properly positioned to the slot in the carbide tip. Use 41-4458 PTFE based grease to lubricate all o-rings and moving parts before reassembly into the gun body. To further protect the environment, avoid storing solvents or...

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EN MAINTENANCE/TROUBLESHOOTING AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS (CONTINUED) MAG II AUTOMATIC HVLP PISTON POSITIONING Piston Assembly REMOVING/REPLACING GUN ASSEMBLY MODULE ONLY FROM INLET MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY Piston Housing 1. sing a 9/64" Allen wrench (supplied U with gun), turn retaining cap screw (23) counter-clockwise typical 4 places and remove gun sub module. 2. ount the new gun module, tightening M the retaining screws (23) “wrench tight”. This will allow fluid and air passages to seal with no contamination. Install piston assembly into piston housing. Be sure all o-rings are properly...

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EN MAG II AUTOMATIC HVLP MOUNTING SPECIFICATIONS (FLAT TIP) 5 13/16" 1.750 1/4" O.D. TUBE X 1/8"NPT FITTING CYLINDER AIR 2.700 SIDE PORT AIR FAN ADJUSTMENT PISTON VENT AND FLUID .735 BY-PASS WEEP PORT 1/4"NPT(F) FLUID 1/2" DIA HOLE INLET TYPICAL 1.470 FOR GUN MOUNTING ROD BOTH SIDES SET SCREW FOR ROD MOUNT OR 1/4"NPT(F) SINGLE BOLT ADAPTER MOUNT ATOMIZING AIR INLET 3.158 2.306 .402 8-32 X 3/16" DEEP TYPICAL 8 PLACES PLATE MOUNTING SPECIFICATIONS MAG II AUTOMATIC HVLP MOUNTING SPECIFICATIONS (WITH TWIST TIP) 6 7/8" .966 1.750 1/4" O.D. TUBE X 1/8"NPT FITTING CYLINDER AIR 2.700 SIDE PORT AIR...

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