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INSTRUCTIONS-PARTSLIST

307–730

This manual contains IMPORTANT

 

Rev G

INSTRUCTIONS and WARNINGS.

 

Supersedes E

READ AND RETAIN FOR REFERENCE.

 

 

 

(and F, not published)

1/4 Gallon Per Minute, 120 V AC, 60 Hz

APPLICATION EQUIPMENT FROM GRACO

 

PT2000

Pressure Roller System

250 psi (17.5 bar) MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE

Model 218–938,Series B

with 18 inch Extension and 1/2 and 3/4 inch nap Roller Covers

Model 223–660,Series A

Basic Pressure Roller, without hose, gun, extension or roller

U.S. Patent No. 4,722,230; 4,652,024 Foreign Patents Pending

CONTENTS

Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

System Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Maintenance

Flushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Roller Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Repair

Roller Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Fuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

ON/OFF Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Rectifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Power Supply Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Pressure Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Outlet Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Inlet Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Diaphragm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Suction Tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Priming Valve & Tube . . . . . . . . . . 14

Motor, Conn Rod, Bearing . . . . . . 15

Parts Drawing & Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Model 218–938shown

Always Professional Results

GRACO INC. P.O. BOX 1441 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440–1441

COPYRIGHT 1985, GRACO INC.

CAUTION

To avoid premature wear of the pressure switch, never use more than 25 ft (7.6 m) of 1/4” ID outlet hose. When longer outlet hose is needed, use 3/8” ID hose at a maximum of 100 ft (30 m) long. Never use 1/4” ID and 3/8” ID hose together.

Do not use lacquer or lacquer thinner in the suction and outlet hoses supplied with this system. These fluids quickly destroy the hose material. Use the optional chemical–resistanthoses.

See ACCESSORIES section of the manual for ordering optional hoses.

TERMS

Be sure you read and understand each of these terms before reading the rest of the manual.

WARNING: Alerts user to avoid or correct conditions which could cause bodily injury.

CAUTION: Alerts user to avoid or correct conditions which could damage or destroy the equipment.

NOTE: Gives additional explanation of a procedure or helpful hints.

WARNING

Be sure all operators of this equipment read, understand, and follow the warnings and instructions in this manual !

GENERAL SAFETY

EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD

Use extreme care not to splash paint, contaminated flushing water, or solvent into your eyes. Wear protective eyewear.

Be sure the area in which you are working is well ventilated, to avoid a buildup of harmful paint fumes.

To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not expose the system to rain. Always store the system indoors. Do not operate the pump with the base cover removed.

ELECTRICAL GROUNDING

Electrical grounding is essential to reduce the risk of an electric shock or other serious bodily injury from static sparking. Read and follow the grounding instructions on page 6 of this manual.

This system is designed to be used at 250 psi (17.5 bar) MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE. Use only components or accessories which are designed for use with the PT2000 System.

Any misuse of this equipment, such as modifying parts, using incompatible paint or solvent, or using worn or damaged parts, can cause the equipment to rupture and result in serious bodily injury, fire, explosion and property damage.

Never alter or modify any part of this equipment; doing so could cause it to overpressurize or malfunction.

Check all parts of the system regularly and repair or replace any worn or damaged parts immediately.

AVOID POWER LINES

Avoid contacting any power lines with the extension. Contact with power lines could cause extremely serious bodily injury, including burns or electrocution.

EXTENSION MISUSE HAZARD

Do not attempt to modify the extension or roller frame, or to use parts which are not designed for use with this system. Use the extension only with the roller frame provided with this system.

Improper use of the extension, roller frame, hose or roller valve can result in component rupture or explosion and cause serious bodily injury.

HAZARD OF USING FLUIDS CONTAINING HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS

Never use 1,1,1–trichloroethane,methylene chloride, other halogenated hydrocarbon solvents or fluids containing such solvents in this equipment. Such use could result in a serious chemical reaction, with the possibility of explosion, which could cause death, serious bodily injury and/or substantial property damage.

Consult your material suppliers to ensure that the fluids being used are compatible with aluminum and zinc parts.

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AVERTISSEMENT

Assurez–vousque tous les utilisateurs de cet équipment lisent, comprennent et observent les avertissements et les instructions de ce manuel!

SECURITE GENERAL

Faites extrêmement attention de ne pas éclabousser de peinture, d’eau de rinçage sale ni de solvant dans les yeux. Portez de lunettes de protection.

Assurez-vousque l’endroit où vous travaillez est bien aéré afin d’éviter l’accumulation des vapeurs toxiques de peinture.

Pour réduire le risque de décharge électrique, n’exposez pas le système à la pluie. Rangez toujours le système à l’intérieur.

MISE A LA TERRE

Il est essentiel d’effecteur la mise à la terre pour réduire le risque de décharge électrique et de blessures sérieuses résultant des étincelles d’électricité statique. Lisez et observez les instuctions de mise à la terre, à la page 6 de ce manuel.

DANGERS POUVANT RESULTER DU MAUVAIS USAGE DE LA RALLONGE

N’essayez pas de modifier la rallonge ni la monture du rouleau; n’essayez pas non plus d’utiliser de pièces qui ne sont pas conçues pour aller avec ce système. N‘utilisez la rallonge qu’avec la monture de rouleau fournie avec le système.

L’utilisation incorrecte de la rallonge, de la monture de rouleau, du tuyau ou du robinet du rouleau peut entraîner la rupture de pièces ou une explosion et causer des blessures sérieuses.

DANGERS POUVANT RESULTER DU MAUVAIS USAGES DE L‘EQUIPMENT

Ce système est conçu pour être utilisé à une PRESSION MAXIMUM DE FONCTIONNEMENT de 17.5 bars (250 psi). N’utilisez que des pièces ou accessoires qui sont conçus pour être utilisés avec le système PT2000.

L’utilisation incorrecte de cet équipement, la modification des pièces, l’utilisation de peinture ou de solvant incompatibles, l’utilisation de pièces usées ou abîmées peuvent entrainer la rupture de l’équipement et causer des blessures graves, un incendie, une explosion et des dégâts matériels.

Ne changez et ne modifiez jamais aucune pièce du système et réparez ou remplacez les piéces usées ou abîmées immédiatement.

Vérifiez régulièrement toutes les pièces du système et réparez ou remplacez les pièces usées ou abîmées immédiatement.

EVITEZ LES LIGNES ELECTRIQUES

Evitez tout contact avec les lignes électriques! Ceci pourrait causer des blessures très graves, y compris des brûlures ou l’électrocution.

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ADVERTENCIA

Asegurarse de que todos los operadores de este equipo lean, entiendan y repeten las precauciones e instrucciones indicadas en este manual.

SEGURIDAD EN GENERAL

PELIGRO POR MAL USO DEL EQUIPO

Tener extremo cuidado de no salpicarse los ojos con pintura, agua de enjuague contaminada o solvente. Usar gafas protectoras.

Asegurarse de que el lugar de trabajo tenga buena ventilición, para evitar la acumulación de vapores de pintura nocivos.

Para reducir el riesgo de sufrir un choque eléctrico, no dejar este sistema expuesto a la lluvia. Siempre guardarlo bajo techo.

PUESTA A TIERRA

La puesta a tierra es esencial para reducir el riesgo de sufrir un choque eléctrico u otras lesiones corporales graves debido a chispas estáticas. Leer y seguir las instrucciones dadas en la pàgina 6 de este manual.

PELIGRO POR MAL USO

DE LA EXTENSION

No intentar modificar las extensión o el portarradillo, o usar piezas que no hayan sido diseñadas para usarse en este sistema. Usar la extensión solamente con el portarrodillo provisto con este sistema.

El uso indebido de la extensión, portarrodillo, manguera o gatillo del rodillo podría romper o hacer explotar el componente y causar graves lesiones corporales.

Este sistema está diseñado para una PRESION DE TRABAJO MAXIMA de 17.5 barías (250 lbs/pulg2). Usar componentes o accesorios diseñados para usarse con el sistema PT2000.

El uso indebido de este equipo, tal como modificación de las piezas, uso de pintura o solvente incompatible, o de piezas dañadas o desgastadas, podría causer la rotura del equipo y terminar en graves lesiones personales, incendio, explosión y daños a la propiedad.

Nunca alterar o modificar ninguna pieza del equipo; el hacerlo podría causar sobrepresión o malfuncionamiento.

Revisar con regularidad todas las piezas del sistema y reparar o sustituir de inmediato las que estén dañadas o desgastadas.

PROCURAR NO TOCAR

LOS CABLES ELECTRICOS

¡Procurar no tocar ningún cable elecrico! De llegar a suceder esto se podrían sufrir lesiones corporales sumamente graves, incluso quemaduras o electrocución.

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PT2000 PRESSURE ROLLER SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

PRIMING TUBE

SUCTION HOSE

INLET VALVE

PRIMING VALVE

MOTOR

PAINT FILTER

POWER SUPPLY CORD

ON/OFF SWITCH

25 FT. (7.6 M) HOSE

ROLLER COVER

ROLLER VALVE

18 INCH EXTENSION

 

9 INCH ROLLER FRAME

 

0285

Motor

Inlet Valve

The motor drives the connecting rod which moves the diaphragm.

Pressure Switch

The pressure switch at the pump outlet turns the motor on and off to control paint pressure.

Diaphragm

The diaphragm is the heart of the pump. Driven by the connecting rod and motor , the movement of the diaphragm draws paint through the suction hose and to the outlet valve.

Priming Valve

The priming valve assists in priming the pump during startup. Turning the priming valve counterclockwise causes the paint to drain directly back into the pail through the priming tube. T urning the knobclockwise causes the paint to flow through the fluid outlet valve and to the hose, roller valve and extension.

Outlet Valve

The outlet valve has a ball check which prevents paint from flowing backwards into the pump. This helps keep an even supply of paint to the roller each time you trigger the roller valve.

As the diaphragm draws paint from the suction tube, the paint passes through the inlet valve which opens to allow paint into the pump.

Outlet Hose

The hose has swivel-typecouplings for easy assembly. A larger diameter outlet hose andchemical-resistantoutlet and suction hoses are available. See ACCESSORIES on page 19.

Roller Valve

The roller valve controls paint flow to the roller by triggering it on and off.

Pressure Roller

The pressure roller has an 18 inch extension. Two roller covers, one 1/2 inch nap for smooth surfaces, and one 3/4” nap for semi–roughsurfaces, are provided. Different lengths and adjustable extensions and different types of roller covers are available. See ACCESSORIES on page 19.

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SETUP

PRIMING TUBE

SUCTION HOSE

INLET VALVE

MOTOR

POWER SUPPLY CORD

ON/OFF SWITCH

SPRING GUARD MUST BE

AT ROLLER VALVE INLET

USE TWO WRENCHES

TO TIGHTEN

ROLLER VALVE

TRIGGER

18 INCH EXTENSION

9 INCH ROLLER FRAME

Fig 1

PRIMING VALVE

PAINT FILTER

USE TWO WRENCHES

TO TIGHTEN

25 FT. (7.6 M) HOSE

BE SURE GASKETS ARE

INSTALLED AT THESE JOINTS

USE TWO WRENCHES

TO TIGHTEN

ROLLER COVER

HAND TIGHTEN ONLY

 

TO AVOID CRACKING

 

ROLLER COVER

0285

1.Remove all parts from the boxes and assemble them as shown in Fig 1, following the notes on the drawing.

2.Prepare the paint according to the manufacturer ’s recommendations. Remove any skin that may have formed on the top of the paint. If necessary, thin the paint.

WARNING

Never remove the third (grounding) pin of the power supply cord. Be sure the outlet is properly grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of an electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current.

Inspect the power supply cord and extension cord before each use. Be sure they are in good condition and have undamaged three-pinplugs. Replace immediately if either cord shows signs of wear or damage.

3.Plug the power supply cord into a properly grounded, 120 V electrical outlet. See Fig 2. Do not use an adapter. All extension cords must have three wires. Use the chart below for selecting the appropriate

wire gauge for the extension cord.

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Cord Length

Extension

feet

(meters)

Wire Gauge

1–100

(1–30)

18

100–200

(30–61)

16

200–300

(61–92)

14

over 300

(over 92)

12

GROUNDED

OUTLET

Fig 2

GROUNDING PIN

0286

 

 

 

 

STARTUP

WARNING

Pressure Relief Procedure

To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury, including injury from moving parts, or electric shock, always follow this procedure whenever you shut off the system, when checking or servicing any part of the system and whenever you stop painting.

1.Turn the ON/OFF switch to OFF.

2.Unplug the power supply cord.

3.Trigger the roller valve to relieve pressure.

If you suspect that pressure is not fully relieved after following the steps above, open the priming valve 2 turns counterclockwise.

1.Place the suction hose in the pail of paint.

2.Plug in the sprayer.

3.Open the priming valve 2 turns counterclockwise.

4.Turn the ON/OFF switch ON.

5.You can see the paint being drawn into the suction hose (if the hose is clean). As soon as you see paint flow through the priming tube, close the priming valve. This usually takes less than 30 seconds.

CAUTION

Failure to completely close the priming valve after the system is primed will cause the valve to erode, greatly shortening the valve life.

NOTE: If your system is hard to prime, first try to force feed the suction tube. Hold the suction tube in a vertical position and pour paint into it. Turn on the system. If the system does not prime within one minute, shut it of f. Heavy viscosity paint may need to be thinned. Be sure to follow the paint manufacturer’s recommendations on thinning.

6.Trigger the roller valve to prime the outlet hose and extension. Once primed, the motor will run when there is paint demand, but appears to shut itself of f when there is no paint demand.

NOTE: An occasional start and stop of the motor when the roller valve is not triggered is normal.

OPERATION

WARNING

To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not expose the system to rain. Always store the system indoors. Do not operate the pump with the base cover removed.

CAUTION

Always allow cold equipment to warm to room temperature before using it to prevent damaging the system.

1.With the system fully primed, trigger the roller valve briefly until paint comes to the roller.

2.Experiment with triggering and rolling the paint until you determine just how often you need to trigger the roller valve to keep an even flow of paint to the roller.

3.Whenever you stop painting, turn the ON/OFF switch to OFF, and trigger the roller valve. Then elevate the roller end of the extension to prevent paint from draining out the roller end.

4.Thoroughly flush the system immediately after each use to keep it in good working order. See page 8.

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MAINTENANCE

CAUTION

Thorough flushing and proper maintenance are essential to keep your system working properly.

Improper flushing or maintenance may prevent the system from working the next time you need it, and may result in costly damage to the system.

Always flush your system thoroughly and immediately after each use.

Always drain all water out of the roller valve and extension and leave the system filled with mineral spirits to prevent corrosion.

NOTE: A Garden Hose Flush Adapter, P/N220–231,is included. This adapter is placed at the pump inlet and uses a standard city water supply to aid in flushing. Instructions on how to use it are included with the adapter.

Flushing Procedure (Latex Paint Only)

1.Turn the ON/OFF switch to OFF.

2.Trigger the roller valve and roll out the excess paint from the roller onto a wall or newspaper. Remove the roller cover and dif fuser, and soak these parts in a pail of warm, soapy water.

3.Put the suction tube in a pail of warm, soapy water. Hold the roller frame over the paint pail, turn on the system, and trigger the roller valve to drain and save the paint in the hoses. See Fig 3. Release the trigger and shut of f the pump as soon as all the paint is drained. This avoids contaminating the paint with the flushing water.

4.Now hold the roller frame over the flushing pail. Turn on the pump and trigger the roller valve. Circulate the solution for three to five minutes (five to ten minutes if using a cold solution). Open the priming valve for a few seconds to clean the priming tube. Close the priming valve.

5.Raise the suction hose above the water and run the pump for a few seconds to drain the flushing solution. Shut off the pump.

6.Wash off all external parts of the hoses, extension, roller frame, roller valve and pump.

7.Flush again with clean, clear water. Change the water as necessary , until the system is thoroughly cleaned.

8.Finally, flush the system with clean mineral spirits for just a few seconds. Open the priming valve and turn off the pump. Some mineral spirits must be left in the system to prevent corrosion.

CAUTION

Never leave water or water-basedpaint (latex) in the system. To prevent corrosion in the pump, extension, roller valve and roller frame, your final flush must be with mineral spirits.

9.Thoroughly rinse the roller cover inside and out. Clean the diffuser as explained on page 9.

10.Oil the needle in the roller valve and trigger the valve a few times to distribute the oil. See Detail A, Fig 3.

DETAIL A

 

OIL

 

 

REGULARLY

0287

Fig 3

 

0288

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Flushing Procedure (Oil-basedPaint Only)

NOTE: Follow the instructions on page 8, except use mineral spirits.DO NOT heat the mineral spirits.

Installing and Removing a Roller Cover (See Fig 4.)

1.To install a cover, hold the diffuser and unscrew the retainer nut. Pull the diffuser off the frame. Slide the cover over the dif fuser. Install the dif fuser on the frame and reinstall the nut. Be careful not to over tighten the nut.

2.To remove a cover, hold the cover and unscrew the retainer nut. Slide the cover and diffuser off the roller frame, and press on the end of the diffuser to separate it from the cover.

3.To clear an obstruction in the frame, or for more thorough cleaning, remove the setscrew. Be sure to reinstall the setscrew after cleaning.

RETAINER

DIFFUSER

NUT

SEGMENT

ДДДДДДДДДДД

ДДДДДДДДДД

 

SETSCREW

U–CUPPACKING

FRAME

 

Lips must face diffusers,

 

as shown.Grease lightly

 

with petroleum jelly.

 

Fig 4

0244

Cleaning the Roller Diffuser (See Fig 5.)

1.For water-basepaint (latex), vigorously shake the diffuser in a pail of hot, soapy water to remove wet paint. Foroil-basepaint, use unheated mineral spirits. Use a soft brass bristle brush to remove dried paint.

2.Disassemble the dif fuser if further cleaning is needed.

a.Remove the two screws. Pull off the outside end cap. Disassemble all parts and clean thoroughly in water or mineral spirits.

b.Install the inside end cap on the frame. Lightly grease the u–cuppacking with petroleum jelly . Slide the diffuser segments onto the roller frame. Twist and press the last diffuser segment to snap the pieces together.

c.Install the outside end cap and the two screws. Holding the inside end cap, press on the two screws and rotate the diffuser segments to seat the screws. Tighten the screws evenly into the inside end cap. Be sure there is no binding and that the diffuser segments move freely.

INSIDE END CAP

SCREW

Ç

 

DIFFUSER

OUTSIDE

 

END CAP

Fig 5

SEGMENT

0245

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

WARNING

Pressure Relief Procedure

To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury, including injury from moving parts, or electric shock, always follow this procedure whenever you shut off the system, when checking or servicing any part of the system and whenever you stop painting.

1.Turn the ON/OFF switch to OFF.

2.Unplug the power supply cord.

3.Trigger the roller valve to relieve pressure.

If you suspect that pressure is not fully relieved after following the steps above, open the priming valve 2 turns counterclockwise.

CAUTION

Thoroughly flush the system after each use to reduce down time and costly repair bills.

NOTE: If you are not able to determine the cause of the problem, or the problem and solution is not discussed in this chart, return the system to an authorized service agency for repair.

PROBLEM

CAUSE

SOLUTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pump will not prime, or takes long time to prime

Clogged suction tube filter

Clean.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paint too thick

Thin; try pouring paint into suction tube.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outlet valve spring worn or damaged

Pour paint into suction tube and try to prime system.

 

 

If it doesn’t prime in one minute, replace the outlet

 

 

spring. See Outlet Valve, page 13.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inlet valve stuck or damaged

Depress valve gently and pour in about 1 teaspoon

 

 

mineral spirits. Try to prime pump. Replace valve if

 

 

necessary. See Inlet Valve, page 13.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPRESS LIGHTLY.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POUR IN 1 TEASPOON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MINERAL SPIRITS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0289

 

 

 

 

 

 

Loose inlet hose nut

Tighten

 

 

 

 

 

Pump will not start

Power cord unplugged

Plug in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ON/OFF switch turned off

Turn on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Damaged motor

Replace. See page 15.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fuse burned out.

Replace. See page 12. If it burns out again soon, re-

 

 

 

turn the system to an authorized repair agency for re-

 

 

 

pair.

 

 

 

 

 

Low or no paint flow

Clogged roller cover , diffuser, roller frame,

Clean thoroughly after each use. See Flushing on

 

 

roller valve, or hose

page 8.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Using more than 25 ft. (7.6 m) of 1/4” ID hose

Use up to 100 ft. (30 m) of 3/8” ID hose. See CAU-

 

 

 

TION on page 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Loose inlet hose nut

Tighten.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worn or damaged priming valve

Replace. See page 14.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Priming valve is open

Close.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paint too thick

Thin: Follow manufacturer‘s recommendations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Damaged pressure switch

Replace. See page 13.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worn inlet and/or outlet valve

Replace. See page 13.

 

 

 

 

 

Pump runs after roller valve trigger is released

Worn or damaged pressure switch

Replace. See page 13.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worn or damaged inlet valve

Replace. See page 13.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worn or damaged outlet valve

Replace. See page 13.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worn or damaged priming valve

Replace. See page 14.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worn roller valve packings or needle

Repair. See page 11.

 

 

 

 

 

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Roller Valve

WARNING

Always follow the Pressure Relief Procedure Warningon page 10 before attempting any repair.

NOTE: Order Repair Kit P/N218–960to repair this roller valve.

1.Tap out the pin (A) from the trigger (B) and slide the trigger off of the valve (N). See Fig 6.

2.Remove the cap (C). Use a 1/2 in. socket wrench to screw the fluid housing (D) out of the valve. Remove the o–ring(J). See Fig 6.

3.Pull the needle (K) out with needle nose pliers. See Fig 6.

4.Tap the seat (G) out of the valve (N). See Fig 6.

5.Remove the ball (F) and spring (E) from the valve handle. See Fig 6.

6.Turn the nylon screw (L) into the packing (H). Insert the needle (K) through the bottom of the housing (D) and push the packing out the top of the fluid housing. See Fig 7.

7.Clean all parts thoroughly. Use a cotton-tippedswab or pipe cleaner to clean small orifices.

8.Grease the needle (K) and packing (H). Insert the tapered end of the needle into the back (flat) side of the packing. See Fig 8.

9.Guide the tapered end of the needle into the assembly tool (M) and press the lips of the packing over the end of the tool. See Fig 8.

10.Guide the tool (M) into the fluid housing (D) until the needle protrudes through the bottom of the housing. Lightly tap the end of the tool until you “hear” the packing bottom in the housing. Remove the tool with pliers. See Fig 8.

11.Grease the seat (G) and place it on the fluid housing so the seat which is formed on the inside diameter faces out. See Fig 9.

12.Install the spring (E) in the spring cavity of the valve handle (N), then install the ball (F) so it is centered on the spring. See Fig 9.

13.Place the o-ring(J) around the fluid housing. Pushing lightly with your fingers, start the threads of the housing into the valve handle. T orque the housing to23–27in–lb(2.6–3N.m). See Fig 9.

14.Push on the needle until you feel some resistance.

15.Grease the cap (C) and place it on the end of the needle. See Fig 9.

16.Slide the trigger (B) into place. Install the pin (A) in the trigger. See Fig 6.

 

N

 

J

 

K

 

D

 

C

B

E

 

F

A

G

 

H

Fig 6

0290

L

H

D

K

Fig 7

 

 

 

 

0291

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIPS OF PACKING

(H) FACE OUT OF TAPERED END HOUSING (D)

Fig 8

D K H

M

 

0292

 

 

 

G

SEAT MUST

FACE BALL

C

E

GREASE

D

J

 

 

TORQUE TO

P

 

23–27in–lb

 

N

(2.6–3N.m)

 

CENTER ON SPRING

Fig 9

 

 

0293

307-73011

WARNING

Pressure Relief Procedure

To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury, including injury from moving parts, or electric shock, always follow this procedure whenever you shut off the system, when checking or servicing any part of the system and whenever you stop painting.

1.Turn the ON/OFF switch to OFF.

2.Unplug the power supply cord.

3.Trigger the roller valve to relieve pressure.

If you suspect that pressure is not fully relieved after following the steps above, open the priming valve 2 turns counterclockwise.

WARNING

These repair procedures should be performed only by qualified repair person with an electrical background, using the proper tools. Failure to do the procedures correctly can result in electric shock, or other serious injury and damage to the pump.

NOTE: For all electrical repair, follow thePressure Relief Procedure W arning above. Then remove the base cover (42). Before checking or operating the system, reinstall the base cover, making sure all wires are tucked in neatly.

Fuse (See Fig 10.)

1.Pull the old fuse out of the fuse holder (65). Install a new fuse (67). Be sure you install ONLY a 3AG fuse, rated at 1–1/4 amps.

Rectifier (See Fig 11.)

1.Disconnect the four leads from the rectifier.

2.Remove the screw (33) and rectifier (39).

3.Install a new rectifier so the positive terminal (+) is closest to the fuse holder (65). Install the screw (33).

4.Connect the power supply cord’s white lead to an unmarked terminal. Connect the pressure switch lead to the other unmarked terminal. Connect the black motor lead to the negative (–)terminal, and the red motor lead to the positive (+) terminal.

36

 

80

84

 

81

 

 

A

 

 

38

 

82

34

 

33

 

25

39

 

 

 

65

 

33

 

67

42

 

 

 

 

43

37

 

33

 

 

Fig 10

 

0294

12 307-730

 

 

ON/OFF Switch (See Fig 10 and 11.)

1.Disconnect the two leads from the ON/OFF switch (34) terminals. See Fig 11.

2.Remove the boot (36) and pull the switch (34) out of the base. Remove the ground wire (84). See Fig 10.

3.Remove the top nut (A) from the new switch. Place the ground wire connector (84) on the switch and reinstall the nut. Install the new switch, aligning the tab in the base with the slot in the switch. See Fig 10. Install the boot.

4.Connect a pressure switch lead to the power-OUTterminal, and a jumper wire lead to thepower-INterminal. See Fig 11.

Power Supply Cord (See Fig 10 and 11.)

1.Disconnect the white lead from the rectifier (39), and the black lead from the fuse holder (65), and the green lead from the grounding screw (82).

2.From the inside of the base, use a screwdriver to push the strain relief bushing (38) out of the base. Remove the bushing and power supply cord.

3.Slide the strain relief bushing over the new power supply cord. Press the bushing together and then press the bushing into the base.

4.Connect the green ground wire to the grounding screw (82) and secure it with a washer (81) and nut (80). Connect the black lead to the fuse holder (65) and the white lead to an unmarked terminal on the rectifier (39).

WARNING

To maintain grounding continuity in your system, and to reduce the risk of electric shock, check to be sure the ground wires are properly connected. The power supply cord’s green ground wire connects to the screw (82), and the ground wire (84) connects between the ON/OFF switch and the screw (82). Also be sure the screws (25 and 33) are tightly screwed into the base. See Fig 10 and 11.

 

84

39

PRESSURE

WHITE

34

33

SWITCH (2)

 

LEADS

38

 

 

 

37

 

 

 

 

 

OUT

 

 

IN

 

 

MOTOR

 

 

 

LEADS

 

 

 

JUMPER

 

 

 

WIRE

 

 

 

GREEN

65

 

82,81,80

GROUND

33

WIRE

RED

 

25

 

 

 

Fig 11

0295

 

 

 

 

Pressure Switch (See Fig 11, 12 & 13.)

1.Disconnect the pressure switch leads from the ON/ OFF switch and from the rectifier. See Fig 11.

2.Remove the front cover (23). See Fig 13.

3.Unscrew the retainer (14) and remove the pressure switch (12) and o-ring(12a). See Fig 12.

4.Grease and install a new o-ring(12a) in the pump housing (9). See Fig 12.

5.Slide the retainer (14) over the pressure switch and screw the retainer into the pump housing. Torque the retainer to 55–65in–lb(6.2–7.4N.m). See Fig 13.

6.Guide the pressure switch leads through the base. Connect a lead to the power-OUTside of the ON/ OFF switch (34) and connect the other end to an unmarked terminal on the rectifier (39). See Fig 11.

7.Reinstall the front cover.

CAUTION

To avoid damaging the pressure switch, do not drop it or press on the center of the switch.

Outlet Valve (See Fig 12.)

1.Remove the outlet hose (64). Unscrew the outlet fitting (2a) and remove the gasket (2b) and spring (2c).

2.Tip the pump forward to remove the ball (2d).

3.Use a 1/4 in. square socket wrench extension to screw out the seat (2e).

4.Use a pointed tool, such as a dentist’ s pick, to remove the seal (2f).

5.Thoroughly clean and dry all parts.

6.Tip the pump back. Install a new seal (2f), making sure it lays flat.

7.Install the seat (2e) and torque it to 80–100in–lb(13.5–16N.m).

8.Drop in the ball (2d), making sure it stays there!

CAUTION

Do not let the ball drop into the pressure switch cavity (12). If that happens, and the outlet fitting (2a) is screwed into the pump, the switch will be permanently damaged.

9.Check the ball stop pin in the outlet fitting (2a) for wear or damage. Replace the fitting, if necessary . Place a new gasket (2b) around the fitting. The last coil on one end of the spring (2c) is turned in. Place this end on the ball stop pin. Screw the fitting into the pump housing, torquing to 280–300in–lb(32–34N.m).

Inlet Valve (See Fig 13.)

1.Unscrew the nut (45) on the suction hose (44). Screw the inlet valve housing (1) out of the pump housing

(9). Remove the inlet valve (3).

2.Grease the inlet valve (3) to hold it in place. Install it in the valve housing (9). Screw the inlet valve housing (1) into the pump housing. Have someone firmly hold the pump housing (9) and then torque the inlet valve to 470–490in–lb(53–55N.m).

1

 

10

 

 

 

TORQUE TO

 

 

 

 

 

 

80–100in–lb

 

 

 

(13.5–16N.m)

 

2f

 

2

9

 

2e2d2c 2b

12a

 

 

2a

 

 

 

LUBRICATE

 

 

 

12

TORQUE TO

 

280–300in–lb

 

 

(32–34N.m)

 

14

TORQUE TO 55–65in–lb(6.2–7.4N.m)

Fig 12

0296

44

45

1

 

TORQUE TO

 

470–490in–lb

 

(53–55N.m)

3

 

9

23

24

Fig 13

0787

 

307-73013

Diaphragm (See Fig 14.)

CAUTION

Replace the diaphragm whenever you remove the pump housing (9), or after each 100 hours of use, whichever comes first. During use, small grooves are formed in the diaphragm which cannot be realigned properly. Reusing a diaphragm may cause leaking, resulting in costly pump damage.

1.Remove the screws (15). Tip the pump housing (9) back, being careful not to damage the wires. Remove the front cover (23).

2.Check the diaphragm guide (11) in the bottom of the pump housing (9) and replace it if is worn or damaged. Clean the pump housing thoroughly. Press the new guide, flat side first, into the housing, using only your fingers. Be sure it is installed evenly.

3.Screw the diaphragm (17) out of the connecting rod assembly (18).

4.Use a soft brass or nylon bristle brush to clean the top of the connecting rod and housing. Taking care not to damage the diaphragm grooves, gently clean the bottom of the pump housing (9).

5.Check the rod, motor bearing and eccentric. If there is any paint or damage, clean or replace the connecting rod assembly as explained on page 15.

6.Screw the new diaphragm (17) into the connecting rod just until it bottoms out. Then turn it 1/8 – 1/4 turn [about4–6in–lb(0.4–0.7N.m)].

CAUTION

Never turn the diaphragm more than 1/4 turn when torquing it, as that will prevent the diaphragm from working properly.

7.Apply thread lubricant to the screws (15) and install them with the lockwashers (16) in the pump housing. Torque the screws a few inch–pounds(N.m) at a time, oppositely and evenly, to 85in–lb(9.6 N.m).

8.Spin the motor shaft (D) to be sure it turns freely.

9.Reinstall the front cover (23).

Priming Valve & Tube (See Fig 15.)

NOTE: Each new priming valve kit includes a priming tube and fittings.

1.Unscrew the nut on the handle (E) of the priming valve (10a). Unscrew the stem of the handle.

2.Screw the priming valve (10a) out of the pump housing (9).

3.Wrap the threads of the priming valve with PTFEr tape. Screw the valve snugly into the pump housing

(9). The valve handle should be parallel with the angled edge of the housing to avoid interference with the inlet or outlet valves.

4.Slide the nut (10d) and ferrule (10c) onto the tube (10e). Install the tube support (10b) in the end of the tube. Screw the nut onto the priming valve, which will seat the ferrule.

5.Screw the stem of the handle (E) onto the priming valve until it bottoms, and then back it out two turns. Hand tighten the nut onto the priming valve, and then

tighten the stem into the valve.

14 307-730

44

47

11 45

17 46

18

15,16

LUBRICATE

THREADS;

TORQUE TO

85 in–lb(9.6 N.m)

9

D

23

24

Fig 14

0298

47

 

 

 

45

10e

 

 

46

10d

 

 

10c

10

 

 

 

1

10b

48

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10a

49

 

 

 

 

 

 

E

 

 

WRAP WITH

 

PTFE

TAPE

 

9

 

 

Fig 15

 

 

0786

Suction Tube

(See Fig 15.)

 

 

1.Unscrew the nut (45) from the fluid inlet valve housing (1). Remove the hose clamp (47). Slit the suction tube to free the nipple (46).

2.With the nipple (46) inserted through the nut (45), dampen the new hose (44) with warm water and press the hose over the nipple. Screw the nut onto the inlet valve housing (1). Press the hose further onto the nipple, leaving about a 1/8 in. (3 mm) gap between the nut and hose end.

3.Install the hose clamp (47) and tighten snugly.

4.Remove the filter housing (48) and filter (49) from the old suction hose. Install these parts on the new hose. Dampen the hose with warm water to ease the filter and filter housing onto the hose.

Connecting Rod and Bearing (See Fig 16.)

1.Remove the front cover (23). Remove the screws (15). Carefully tip back the pump housing. Unscrew the diaphragm (17) and discard it.

CAUTION

Replace the diaphragm whenever you remove the pump housing (9), or after each 100 hours of use, whichever comes first. During use, small grooves are formed in the diaphragm which cannot be realigned properly. Reusing a diaphragm may cause leaking, resulting in costly pump damage.

2.Remove the motor screws (20). Lift the motor (30) slightly. Holding the connecting rod (18a), pull the motor away from the housing (22).

3.Inspect the bearing (18b) in the connecting rod (18a). If it is worn or any rollers are broken, replace the connecting rod assembly (18). Inspect the motor eccentric, and replace the motor if the eccentric is worn.

4.Use your fingers to pack high quality bearing grease thoroughly in between the bearing rollers.

CAUTION

Thoroughly grease the bearing to extend the life of the bearing and the motor eccentric.

5.Use a soft brass or nylon bristle brush to clean the top of the connecting rod and housing. Taking care not to damage the diaphragm grooves, gently clean the bottom of the pump housing (9).

6.Install the connecting rod assembly (18) in its housing (22). Screw a new diaphragm (17) into the rod just until it bottoms. T urn the diaphragm another 1/8 to 1/4 turn [about 4–6in–lb(0.4–0.7N.m)].

CAUTION

Never turn the diaphragm more than 1/4 turn when torquing it, as that will prevent the diaphragm from working properly.

7.Align the motor with the pins in the connecting rod housing (22). Guide the motor shaft (A) through the connecting rod bearing (18b). Spin the motor shaft to be sure it moves freely.

8.Loosely install the lockwashers (21) and screws (20) to hold the motor. Spin the motor shaft again. Alternately tighten the screws. Spin the motor shaft again.

CAUTION

Spinning the motor shaft while assembling the pump ensures that parts are properly aligned. If they are not, and you start the pump, serious damage could result to the motor , bearing and connecting rod. If you feel binding or resistance, disassemble the parts, checking the spin often, until you determine and correct the cause of the binding.

9.Position the pump housing (9) on the connecting rod housing. Lubricate the screws (15) and loosely install them and the lockwashers (16). Torque the screws a few inch–pounds(N.m) at a time, oppositely and evenly, to 85in–lb(9.6 N.m).

10.Reinstall the front cover (23).

QTY 2

17

15,16

PRESS

 

FIT INTO 22

 

LUBRICATE

30

 

TORQUE TO

 

 

85 in–lb

A

 

(9.6 N.m)

 

 

9

69

 

21,20

 

GREASE

34

 

 

BEARING

 

 

HEAVILY

18a18b 18

42

43

33

 

23

 

 

22

 

Fig 16

24

 

 

0300

 

 

39

 

OUT

IN

MOTOR

LEADS

Fig 17

RED (+)

0295

 

 

 

Motor (See Fig 16 and 17.)

1.Remove the front cover (23).

2.Remove the base cover (42). Disconnect the motor leads from the positive and negative rectifier terminals. See Fig 17.

3.Remove the motor screws (20). Lift the motor (30) slightly. Holding the connecting rod (18a), pull the motor away from the housing (22).

4.Inspect the bearing (18b) in the connecting rod (18a). If it is worn or any rollers are broken, replace the bearing and connecting rod assembly (18) as instructed to the left.

5.Use your fingers to pack high quality bearing grease thoroughly in between the bearing rollers. See the CAUTION following Step 4, to the left.

6.Feed the motor leads through the rubber boot (69). Align the motor with the pins in the connecting rod housing (22). Guide the motor shaft (A) through the connecting rod bearing (18b). Spin the motor shaft to be sure it moves freely.

7.Loosely install the lockwashers (21) and screws (20). Spin the motor shaft again. Alternately tighten the screws. Spin the motor shaft again. See the CAUTION, following Step 8, to the left.

8.Connect the red motor lead to the positive (+) terminal and the black motor lead to the negative (–)terminal of the rectifier (39). See Fig 17.

9.Install the base cover (42) and bumpers (43), and the front cover (23).

307-73015

PARTS DRAWING

32

27

PRESS FIT INTO 22

30

96

37 LABEL

38

31

34

65

68

67

28

43

33

42

44

 

47

 

45

 

 

52

46

Part of 10

 

15

page 17

LUBRICATE,

 

TORQUE TO

48

85 in–lb

(9.6 N.m)

 

 

49

16

 

11

 

17

 

36

SEE DETAIL A, page 17

69

 

22

 

 

54 LABEL

35

21 20 18

LABEL

 

29 LABEL

 

 

80

 

 

81

 

 

84

 

 

26

23

 

41

 

 

26

 

 

33

24

0301

25

 

 

82

 

 

39

33

26

25

16 307-730

PARTS DRAWING

DETAIL A

 

 

 

 

DETAIL B

 

 

TORQUE TO

 

 

 

 

 

 

470–490in–lb

 

 

 

 

 

1

(33–35N.m)

 

 

 

55c

55a

APPLY SEALANT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO THREADS

 

 

 

 

 

3

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPLYPTFE

TAPE

 

 

9

TO THREADS

 

55e

 

 

 

2

 

 

2f 2e 2d

 

 

 

 

 

2c

 

 

 

 

 

 

2b

 

 

 

 

 

55b

 

 

 

 

 

2a

 

12a

 

 

 

 

 

55d

LUBRICATE

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

TORQUE TO

LIPS OF U–CUPPACKING

 

280–300in–lb

 

 

(32–34N.m)

MUST FACE DIFFUSER.

 

 

GREASE LIGHTLY WITH

 

 

TORQUE TO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PETROLEUM JELLY.

 

14

80–100in–lb

 

 

 

 

TORQUE TO

(13.5–16N.m)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

55–65in–lb

 

 

 

 

 

 

(6.2–7.4N.m)

 

 

 

 

 

 

0788

 

0244

64

 

 

 

93

APPLY SEALANT TO THIS END

 

60

 

 

 

SEE REPAIR PARTS

 

 

 

ON PAGE 19

 

 

 

63a

 

94

 

 

55 SEE DETAIL B

 

 

 

 

63

 

62 or 89

 

 

 

 

 

63a

 

 

APPLYPTFE

TAPE

 

 

 

 

0303

 

 

307-730

17

PARTS LIST

Model 218–938,Series B

Includes items 1–96

Model 223–660,Series A(Basic Unit)

Includes items 1–54,65–84,96

Ref

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No.

Part No.

Description

Qty

Ref

Part No.

Description

Qty

1

220–930

HOUSING, valve, inlet

 

1

No.

 

 

 

 

 

2

218–977*

OUTLET VALVE KIT

 

 

39

108–219

RECTIFIER, bridge

1

2a

222–349

Includes items 2a–2f

 

1

41

183–301

TERMINAL, ground

1

. FITTING, outlet

 

1

42

181–156

COVER, base

1

2b

180–454

. GASKET

 

1

43

108–220

BUMPER

4

2c

107–521

. SPRING

 

1

44

181–231

HOSE, suction

1

2d

101–956

. BALL

 

1

45

181–159

NUT, coupling

1

2e

218–968

. HOUSING, seat, valve

 

1

46

181–160

NIPPLE, hose

1

2f

180–455

. SEAL, washer

 

1

47

108–231

CLAMP, hose

1

3

218–976*

INLET VALVE KIT

 

1

48

181–163

HOUSING, filter

1

9

181–146

HOUSING, pump

 

1

49

181–164

FILTER

1

10

218–973*

PRIMING VALVE KIT

 

1

52

178–342

SPRING CLIP

2

11

181–152

GUIDE, diaphragm

 

1

54

181–214

LABEL, identification

1

12

218–974

SWITCH, pressure Includes item 12a

 

1

55

218–935

FRAME, roller

 

12a

108–195

.O–RING

 

1

 

 

Includes items 55a–55e

1

14

181–209

RETAINER

 

1

55a

218–934

.DIFFUSER, roller

1

15

101–864

CAPSCREW, socket head, 5/16–18x

 

55b

108–808

.PACKING, u–cup

1

 

 

1” long

 

4

55c

183–420

.NUT, retainer

1

16

104–008

LOCKWASHER, spring, 5/16”

 

4

55d

218–582

.FRAME, roller

1

17

275–619*

DIAPHRAGM

 

1

55e

101–983

.SETSCREW

1

18

218–981

CONNECTING ROD & BEARING

 

1

60

218–954

VALVE, roller

1

20

108–237

CAPSCREW, socket head,

 

 

62

107–590

COVER, roller, 9” long, 1/2” nap

1

 

 

No. 8–32x 0.625”

 

4

63

224–414

EXTENSION, 18” long

 

21

100–079

LOCKWASHER, spring, No. 8

 

4

 

 

Includes item 63a

1

22

181–147

HOUSING, conn rod, Always order two

 

63a

166–969

.GASKET

2

 

 

of Ref No. 27 when replacing housing

1

64

108–356

HOSE, fluid, nitrile rubber, cpld 3/8

 

23

181–166

COVER, front

 

1

 

 

npsm(m), 25’ (7.6 m) long

1

24

108–236

SCREW, mach, filh, No. 8–32x 0.312” 4

65

108–199

HOLDER, fuse

1

25

102–313

CAPSCREW, hex head, 1/4–20x 1.75”

 

67

108–461*

FUSE, electrical, 3AWG, 1–1/4amp

1

2

 

 

 

 

68

108–223

SCREW, thd forming, pnh, No. 6 x 0.5” 1

26

100–028

LOCKWASHER, internal, 1/4”

 

3

69

181–218

BOOT, rubber

1

27

108–213

PIN, dowel

 

2

80

100–072

NUT, hex, No. 6–32

1

28

108–230

SCREW, mach, hex washer head,

 

 

81

103–181

LOCKWASHER, No. 6

1

29

181–215

Self-tapping,1/4–14x 1”

 

2

82

103–854

SCREW, mach, bdgh,

1

LABEL, identification

 

1

 

 

No. 6–32x 0.25”

30

185–489

MOTOR, electric

 

1

84

220–890

WIRE, ground

1

31

181–180

BASE, pump

 

1

88

220–231

GARDEN HOSE FLUSH ADAPTER

1

32

181–182

HANDLE

 

1

89

107–591

COVER, roller, 9” long, 3/4” nap

1

33

108–224

SCREW, thd forming, pnh,

 

 

93

187–113

NIPPLE,

1

 

 

No.8 x 0.875”

 

6

94

187–082

FITTING, adapter

1

34

105–679

SWITCH, toggle

 

1

96

181–787

LABEL, identification

1

35

181–213

LABEL, identification

 

1

 

 

 

 

36

105–659

TOGGLE, boot

 

1

*Recommended spare parts to keep on hand.

 

37

108–192

CORD, power supply

 

1

See IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS on page 20.

 

38

102–519

BUSHING, strain relief

 

1

 

18 307-730

ACCESSORIES

Must be purchased separately.

CAUTION

To avoid premature wear of the pressure switch, never use more than 25 ft. (7.6 m) of 1/4” ID outlet hose. When longer outlet hose is needed, use 3/8” ID hose at a maximum of 100 ft (30 m) long. Never use 1/4” ID and 3/8” ID hose together.

Do not use lacquer or lacquer thinner in the suction and outlet hoses supplied with this system. These fluids quickly destroy the hose material. Use the optional chemical–resistanthoses.

CHEMICAL–RESISTANTSUCTION & OUTLET HOSES

For use with lacquer and lacquer thinners.

ADJUSTABLE EXTENSION TUBES

Must also order 167–703nipple to replace the187–113(Ref no. 59) at the outlet of the roller valve.

218–77518–36in.(0.45–0.91m) long218–7763– 6 ft.(0.91–1.8m) long218–7776–12ft.(1.8–3.7m) long218–7788–16ft.(2.4–4.9m) long

TWO ACCESSORY ADAPTER 220–232

1000 psi (70 bar) MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE

Adapts pump outlet to use two accessory applicators simultaneously.

205–142 Outlet Hose; Nylon; 3/8” ID; cpld 3/8 npsm(fbe); 25’ (7.6 m);300 psi (21 bar) MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE

219–095 Suction Hose; Nylon

LARGER DIAMETER OUTLET HOSE

250 psi (17.5 bar) MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE

Use this hose when using more than 25 ft (7.6 m) of outlet hose. Not intended for use with lacquer or lacquer thinners.

220–009 Outlet Hose; 3/8” ID; cpld 3/8 npsm(fbe); 50’ (15 m)

NIPPLE

108–228

Needed to couple two lengths of hose 220–009.3/8 npsm(mbe)

SPRAY WAND

220–236

4050 psi (279 psi) MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE

Creates soft spray when used with PT2000.

FIXED EXTENSION TUBES

*Included with sprayer.

224–41312 in. (0.31 m) long224–414*18in. (0.45 m) long224–41536 in. (0.91 m) long224–41672 in. (1.83 m) long

ROLLER FRAMES/DIFFUSERS AND ROLLER COVERS

*Included with sprayer.

ROLLER VALVE REPAIR KIT 218–960

Includes items A through H Individual parts not sold separately. See page 11 for instructions.

G

H

E

F

A

B

CD

0304

Frame Size

Roller Frames

 

Roller Covers

 

 

&

1/2” (12 mm) Nap

3/4” (19 mm) Nap

1–1/4”(32 mm) Nap

 

Diffusers

 

For semi-roughto

For semi-rough

For rough surfaces

 

 

smooth surfaces

surfaces

 

 

 

 

 

 

3” Size

220–234

108–402

 

 

 

 

 

9” Size

218–935*

107–590*

107–591*

107–592

 

 

 

 

 

12” Size

224–268

186–944

186–945

186–946

 

 

 

 

 

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TECHNICAL DATA

Maximum Operating Pressure . . . . . 250 psi (17.5 bar) Power Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 V AC, 60 Hz, 1 Phase, 1.0 Amp Pump Output . . . . . . . . . 1 gallon (3.8 liter) in 5 minutes

Power Supply Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . No. 16 AWG, 3 wire, 6’ (1.7 m) long Wetted Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aluminum, Brass, Vitonr,

Delrinr, Polyurethane, Neoprene, Tungsten Carbide, Stainless Steel, Nylon, Plated

Steel,

Buna–N,Polyester, Polyvinyl Chloride Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.5 lb (6.1 Kg)

Vitonr andPTFEr are registered trademarks of the DuPont Company.

GRACO PHONE NUMBERS

TO PLACE AN ORDER, contact your Graco distributor, or call this number to identify the distributor closest to you:1–800–328–0211 Toll Free

FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, service repair information or assistance regarding the application of Graco equipment:

1–800–543–0339Toll Free

The CSA Listed Model, 220–345,has been obsoleted. A Basic

System, Model 223–660,has been added.

MANUAL CHANGE SUMMARY

Listed below by the assembly changed are OLD, NEW, ADDED and DELETED parts.

Assembly

Part

Ref

Part No.

Name

Changed

Status

No.

 

 

 

 

 

218–938

Old

2a

218–978

Outlet Fitting

System

New

2a

222–349

Outlet Fitting

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old

15

108–225

Capscrew

 

New

15

101–864

Capscrew

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old

30

218–975

Motor

 

New

30

181–800

Motor

 

Old

63

218–775

Extension

 

New

63

224–414

Extension

 

New

63a

166–969

Gasket

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old

67

102–513

Fuse

 

New

67

108–461

Fuse

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old

70

181–184

Label

 

New

96

181–787

Label

 

Old

82

103–584

Screw

 

New

82

103–854

Screw

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add

88

220–231

Flush Kit

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add

89

107–591

Roller Cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old

59

167–703

Nipple

 

New

93

187–113

Nipple

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old

61

108–227

Nipple

 

New

94

187–082

Nipple

THE GRACO WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMERS

WARRANTY

Graco warrants all equipment manufactured by it and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale by an authorized Graco distributor to the original purchaser for use. As purchaser’s sole remedy for breach of this warranty, Graco will, for a period of twelve months from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment proven defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations.

This warranty does not cover, and Graco shall not be liable for, any malfunction, damage or wear caused by faulty installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, or substitution of non–Gracocomponent parts. Nor shall Graco be liable for malfunction, damage or wear caused by the incompatibility with Graco equipment of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco, or the improper design, manufacture, installation, operation or maintenance of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by Graco.

This warranty is conditioned upon the prepaid return of the equipment claimed to be defective to an authorized Graco distributor for verification of the claim. If the claimed defect is verified, Graco will repair or replace free of charge any defective parts. The equipment will be returned to the original purchaser transportation prepaid. If inspection of the equipment does not disclose any defect in material or workmanship, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge, which charges may include the costs of parts, labor and transportation.

DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS

THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY CONSTITUTE PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND ARE IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES (EXPRESS OR IMPLIED), INCLUDING WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND OF ANY NON–CONTRACTUALLIABILITIES, INCLUDING PRODUCT LIABILITIES, BASED ON NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY.

EVERY FORM OF LIABILITY FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSS IS EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED AND DENIED. IN NO CASE SHALL GRACO’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY MUST

BE BROUGHT WITHIN TWO (2) YEARS OF THE DATE OF SALE.

EQUIPMENT NOT COVERED BY GRACO WARRANTY

GRACO MAKES NO WARRANTY, AND DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR

PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO ACCESSORIES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, OR COMPONENTS SOLD BUT NOT MANUFACTURED BY GRACO.

These items sold, but not manufactured by Graco (such as electric motor, switches, hose, etc.) are subject to the warranty, if any, of their manufacturer. Graco will provide purchaser with reasonable assistance in making any claim for breach of these warranties.

Factory Branches: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, West Caldwell (N.J.)Subsidiary and Affiliate Companies: Canada; England; Korea; Switzerland; France; Germany; Hong Kong; Japan

GRACO INC. P.O. BOX 1441 MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440–1441

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