1. Connect paint hose,
suction hose, return hose if the unit is a Lo-Boy and airless gun
2. Apply half a teaspoon
of Throat Seal to the wet cup of the pump
3. Check that unit is
switched “off” connect to 240V power. Do not exceed 15 metres if using
supplies and cords must be earthed.
1. Turn the prime spray
valve to the "prime" position.
2. Turn pressure control
knob down to the lowest setting.
3. Insert suction and
return hoses if using a "Lo-Boy" or tilt the machine back and directly
immurse the suction pipe into the material to be sprayed.
4. Switch on motor and
turn pressure control knob fully to its limit.
5. When material is
being returned to the can via the return hose (when bubbles stop
appearing in the can) the pump is primed.
6. Turn the pressure
control knob down so that the pump stops. Turn the prime spray valve to
spray and turn the pressure control knob back up to the limit. Wait for
the hose to fill with material and the machine will then stop at full
pressure, usually around 3300psi.
are now ready to spray
Never pull the trigger of the gun toward people. Unlock the trigger ONLY
when you spray the paint or take off the nozzle tip.
2. Never use a damaged
hose. Due to the high pressure even a small flaw may cause an accident.
3. Pressure is very high
and extremely dangerous. You must handle it with meticulous care.
4. Do not raise the
5. Connect all the
attachments properly and tightly so that no paint would leak. If paint
leaks while you are working, stop the pump immediately. Let the air go
and lower the pressure.
6. Ensure you are using
the correct hose, contact your supplier if in doubt.