MX1231 31:1 Pump System for Air Assist & Airless Finishing - 36 Pages

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MX1231 31:1 Pump System for Air Assist & Airless Finishing

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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR MANUAL GLOBAL ELECTRONIC MIX SOLUTIONS PLURAL COMPONENT MIXING SYSTEM

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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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Contents 1: Safety and Best Practices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1.1: System Depressurization Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1.2: Cleaning and Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2: Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 2.1: GEMS Maintenance Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Component Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Control Enclosure. . . . . . . . . ....

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1: Safety and Best Practices Read and understand the notes and warnings in this section to prevent personal injury or damage to equipment. Always wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when operating or maintaining the system. To maintain non-hazardous classification of this equipment, the dispense pump and fluid panel components and assemblies must be monitored for leaks and serviced regularly to prevent leaks from occurring. If a leak is discovered the system must be immediately shut down, de-energized, and repaired to correct the problem. Before attempting any maintenance...

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EN 1.2: Cleaning and Maintenance There are no enclosure components which should require cleaning if the enclosure door is kept shut. If material seepage occurs, be sure to correct the problem and maintain a clean work area. To avoid hardening of the paint inside the fluid lines, the system must be cleaned by a complete flushing procedure at the end of operations. See the Operations Manual 77-2982 for more information regarding flushing. Never expose electrical equipment to flammable liquids or gases including solvent fumes. Cleaning of Hoses If gun 1 and gun 2 flush sequences are correct...

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2: Preventive Maintenance The GEMS system requires periodic inspection and regular maintenance. Follow the corresponding table as a guide to perform routine maintenance at suggested intervals. These intervals are recommendations and largely depend on the material being sprayed. Daily / Each Shift: • Ensure mixed material is properly flushed at the end of the shift. Verify there are no air pockets in the fluid lines. • Identify and correct air and fluid leaks on the system including fluid hoses, flow meter, dispense pump, and mix manifold. • Ensure spray guns are functioning properly and air...

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EN 2.1: GEMS Maintenance Schedule GEMS Daily Inspection Description Inspection Method System flushed with solvent Clean spray guns Check alarm history Check for material supply GEMS Monthly Inspection Description Inspection Method Check static mixer for clogs Check all hoses for kinks and wear Perform flow meter calibration check Test with Beaker Check CCV operation. Remove valves and clean. Clean mix manifold and check valves Check fluid hoses for material buildup GEMS As Needed Inspection Description Inspection Method Clean and rebuild B pump Clean flow meter Clean and rebuild injector...

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3: Component Names and Locations This maintenance and repair manual provides part number, troubleshooting, and disassembly/reassembly information for GEMS. It is important to understand the names and locations of various components for use during operation and maintenance. Major components are shown below. Alarm Buzzer Ethernet Port Color Stack Flow Meter Global Electronic Static Mixer

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EN 3.1: Component Descriptions Color Change Valve, also known as “CCV” — Pneumatic valve used to open and close fluid passages on the B pump, mix manifold, and color stack. See section 5.3 Mix Manifold — Continuously mixes paint resin (A) and hardener (B). A built-in check valve on the hardener side prevents back-up of resin into the hardener pump. Component A is controlled by a single CCV (“A” Enable/ AE). Color Stack — Manifold blocks and CCVs for paint resin/ Component A material. Multiple colors must use the same hardener. Used as the location of solvent and flushing air for cleaning of...

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ETHERNET CABLE, ANGLED PRESSURE SWITCH FUSE, 1/2A SLOW BLOW FUSE, 2A SLOW BLOW FUSE, 1.5A SLOW BLOW PUMP DRIVE – SEE SECTION 9.1 10 SOLENOID STACK 15 SOLENOID STACK

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EN 3.3: Control Board Detail NO. PART NO. CONTROL BOARD TERMINAL BLOCK, 10 POSITION TERMINAL BLOCK, 2 POSITION TERMINAL BLOCK, 4 POSITION TERMINAL BLOCK, 16 POSITION TERMINAL BLOCK, 8 POSITION 3.4: Solenoid Manifold Detail 240-3085-10 10 Solenoids 240-3085-15 15 Solenoids The Solenoid valves convert electrical signals from the control board into pneumatic signals for CCV operation. Proper gasket (part of item 3) installation is crucial to preventing faults. A fully optioned GEMS has 15 solenoids and basic system has 10. Replacement gaskets and screws may be ordered as part of a repair kit....

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EN 3.5: Fluid Panel Components FLOW METER FLOW METER CABLE (STANDARD 6 FT) RESIN TUBE ASSEMBLY STATIC MIX ASSEMBLY (300cc) STATIC MIX ASSEMBLY (600cc) HARDENER TUBE ASSEMBLY The static mixer is one of the most important devices on the unit when mixing at high ratios. This tube consists of small mix elements in a helical shape that create turbulence and a mixing effect. Two sizes of static mixers are available for use with GEMS, and they correspond directly to the size of pump being used.

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4: Reassembly Callouts Refer to the icons below to avoid damage and aid assembly of mating parts. Different lubricants are called out depending on the function of the part and lubricant. These triangles are placed next to the corresponding part number label on assembly views. Gun Lubricant: Use DeVilbiss SSL-10 gun lube to lubricate O-rings and sliding parts for assembly. SSL-10 is silicone and petroleum-free and is easily washed away by typical paint solvents. Petroleum Grease: Use Petroleum Grease to lubricate threads or other part surfaces to prevent galling or other damage upon...

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