Graco 332636D Reactor 2 Elite Integrated Proportioning System Users Manual System, Operation, English
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Operation Reactor® 2 Elite Integrated Proportioning System 332636D EN Electric, Heated, Integrated Plural Component Proportioning System With Integrated Generator. For spraying polyurethane foam and polyurea coatings. For professional use only. Not approved for use in explosive atmospheres or hazardous locations. Not for outdoor use. Important Safety Instructions. Read all warnings and instructions in this manual. Save these instructions. PROVEN QUALITY. LEADING TECHNOLOGY. Contents Warnings ........................................................... 3 Important Isocyanate Information......................... 8 Models............................................................... 10 Approvals........................................................... 12 Accessories........................................................ 12 Supplied Manuals............................................... 13 Related Manuals ................................................ 13 Typical Installation, without circulation.................. 14 Typical Installation, with circulation ...................... 15 Component Identiﬁcation..................................... 16 Generator.................................................... 18 Proportioner Control Panel ........................... 19 Air Compressor............................................ 20 Advanced Display Module ............................ 21 Electrical Enclosure...................................... 26 Electrical Cabinet......................................... 27 Motor Control Module (MCM)........................ 28 Engine Control Module................................. 29 Load Center ................................................ 30 Temperature Control Module (TCM) Cable Connections................................... 31 Circuit Breakers ........................................... 32 Overview............................................................ 34 Setup................................................................. 37 Locate Reactor ............................................ 37 Trailer Setup Guidelines............................... 38 Install Wall (optional).................................... 39 Connect Battery........................................... 41 Add Fuel ..................................................... 41 General Equipment Guidelines ..................... 42 Electrical Connections.................................. 42 Connect Feed Pumps................................... 42 Breathing Air................................................ 42 Connect Pressure Relief Lines...................... 43 Install Fluid Temperature Sensor .................. 43 Connect Heated Hose.................................. 43 Close gun ﬂuid manifold valves A and B ................................................... 44 Connect Whip Hose to Gun Or Gun Fluid Manifold......................................... 44 Pressure Check Hose .................................. 44 Connect Remote Display Module.................. 44 Grounding ................................................... 45 Supply Wet Cups With Throat Seal Liquid (TSL) ............................................. 46 Operation........................................................... 47 Initial System Setup ..................................... 47 Register and Activate the Graco Insite........... 48 2 Advanced Setup Screens ............................. 50 System 1..................................................... 51 System 2..................................................... 51 Recipes....................................................... 51 Run Mode ................................................... 53 Startup............................................................... 57 Fluid Circulation.................................................. 61 Circulation Through Reactor ......................... 61 Circulation Through Gun Manifold................. 62 Jog Mode .................................................... 62 Spraying ............................................................ 63 Spray Adjustments....................................... 64 Manual Hose Heat Mode.............................. 65 Shutdown........................................................... 67 Pressure Relief Procedure .................................. 69 Flushing............................................................. 70 System Errors .................................................... 71 Troubleshoot Errors ..................................... 72 Clear Alarm ................................................. 72 Maintenance ...................................................... 73 Preventative Maintenance Schedule ............. 73 Wetcup........................................................ 73 Fluid Inlet Strainer Screen ............................ 73 Coolant Filter............................................... 73 Grease Circulation Valves ............................ 73 ISO Lubrication Level................................... 73 Wiring Connections...................................... 73 Dust Protection............................................ 73 Coolant Levels............................................. 73 Compressor Maintenance............................. 73 Air Compressor Oil Level.............................. 73 Clean Heat Sink Fins.................................... 74 Engine Maintenance .................................... 74 Fuel Tank.................................................... 75 Flush Inlet Strainer Screen ........................... 75 Pump Lubrication System............................. 76 USB Data........................................................... 77 USB Logs.................................................... 77 System Conﬁguration Settings...................... 78 Download Log Files...................................... 79 Custom Language File ................................. 79 Upload Procedure........................................ 80 Appendix A: Engine Control Module..................... 81 Dimensions........................................................ 84 Performance Charts............................................ 87 Technical Speciﬁcations...................................... 90 Graco Extended Warranty for Integrated Reactor® 2 Components ....................... 93 332636D Warnings Warnings The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbols refer to procedure-speciﬁc risks. When these symbols appear in the body of this manual or on warning labels, refer back to these Warnings. Product-speciﬁc hazard symbols and warnings not covered in this section may appear throughout the body of this manual where applicable. WARNING ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD This equipment must be grounded. Improper grounding, setup, or usage of the system can cause electric shock. • Turn off and disconnect power at main switch before disconnecting any cables and before servicing equipment. • Connect only to grounded power source. • All electrical wiring must be done by a qualiﬁed electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations. Toxic ﬂuids or fumes can cause serious injury or death if splashed in the eyes or on skin, inhaled, or swallowed. • Read MSDSs to know the speciﬁc hazards of the ﬂuids you are using. • Store hazardous ﬂuid in approved containers, and dispose of it according to applicable guidelines. • Always wear chemically impermeable gloves when spraying, dispensing, or cleaning equipment. TOXIC FLUID OR FUMES Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide, which is colorless and odorless. Breathing carbon monoxide can cause death. • Do not operate in an enclosed area. CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD Wear appropriate protective equipment when in the work area to help prevent serious injury, including eye injury, hearing loss, inhalation of toxic fumes, and burns. This protective equipment includes but is not limited to: • Protective eyewear, and hearing protection. • Respirators, protective clothing, and gloves as recommended by the ﬂuid and solvent manufacturer. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 332636D 3 Warnings WARNING SKIN INJECTION HAZARD High-pressure ﬂuid from gun, hose leaks, or ruptured components will pierce skin. This may look like just a cut, but it is a serious injury that can result in amputation. . • Do not spray without tip guard and trigger guard installed. • Engage trigger lock when not spraying. • Do not point gun at anyone or at any part of the body. • Do not put your hand over the spray tip. • Do not stop or deﬂect leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag. • Follow the when you stop spraying and before cleaning, checking, or servicing equipment. • Tighten all ﬂuid connections before operating the equipment. • Check hoses and couplings daily. Replace worn or damaged parts immediately. Get immediate surgical treatment Pressure Relief Procedure FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD Flammable fumes, such as solvent and paint fumes, in can ignite or explode. To help prevent ﬁre and explosion: • Use equipment only in well ventilated area. • Eliminate all ignition sources; such as pilot lights, cigarettes, portable electric lamps, and plastic drop cloths (potential static arc). • Keep work area free of debris, including solvent, rags and gasoline. • Do not plug or unplug power cords, or turn power or light switches on or off when ﬂammable fumes are present. • Ground all equipment in the work area. See instructions. • Use only grounded hoses. • Hold gun ﬁrmly to side of grounded pail when triggering into pail. Do not use pail liners unless they are antistatic or conductive. • if static sparking occurs or you feel a shock Do not use equipment until you identify and correct the problem. • Keep a working ﬁre extinguisher in the work area. work area Grounding Stop operation immediately 4 . 332636D Warnings WARNING THERMAL EXPANSION HAZARD Fluids subjected to heat in conﬁned spaces, including hoses, can create a rapid rise in pressure due to the thermal expansion. Over-pressurization can result in equipment rupture and serious injury. • Open a valve to relieve the ﬂuid expansion during heating. • Replace hoses proactively at regular intervals based on your operating conditions. PRESSURIZED ALUMINUM PARTS HAZARD Use of ﬂuids that are incompatible with aluminum in pressurized equipment can cause serious chemical reaction and equipment rupture. Failure to follow this warning can result in death, serious injury, or property damage. • Do not use 1,1,1-trichloroethane, methylene chloride, other halogenated hydrocarbon solvents or ﬂuids containing such solvents. • Many other ﬂuids may contain chemicals that can react with aluminum. Contact your material supplier for compatibility. PLASTIC PARTS CLEANING SOLVENT HAZARD Many solvents can degrade plastic parts and cause them to fail, which could cause serious injury or property damage. • Use only compatible water-based solvents to clean plastic structural or pressure-containing parts. • See in this and all other equipment instruction manuals. Read ﬂuid and solvent manufacturer’s MSDSs and recommendations. Technical Data 332636D 5 Warnings WARNING EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD Misuse can cause death or serious injury. • Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the inﬂuence of drugs or alcohol. • Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated system component. See in all equipment manuals. • Use ﬂuids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals. Read ﬂuid and solvent manufacturer’s warnings. For complete information about your material, request MSDS from distributor or retailer. • Do not leave the work area while equipment is energized or under pressure. • Turn off all equipment and follow the when equipment is not in use. • Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine manufacturer’s replacement parts only. • Do not alter or modify equipment. Alterations or modiﬁcations may void agency approvals and create safety hazards. • Make sure all equipment is rated and approved for the environment in which you are using it. • Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Call your distributor for information. • Route hoses and cables away from trafﬁc areas, sharp edges, moving parts, and hot surfaces. • Do not kink or over bend hoses or use hoses to pull equipment. • Keep children and animals away from work area. • Comply with all applicable safety regulations. Technical Data Pressure Relief Procedure BATTERY HAZARD The battery may leak, explode, cause burns, or cause an explosion if mishandled. • Only use the battery type speciﬁed for use with the equipment. See . • Battery maintenance must only be performed or supervised by personnel knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from battery. • When replacing the battery, use the same lead-acid automotive battery, with 800 CCA minimum, speciﬁed for use with the equipment. See . • Do not dispose of battery in ﬁre. The battery is capable of exploding. • Follow local ordinances and/or regulations for disposal. • Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte has been known to be harmful to the skin and eyes and to be toxic. • Remove watches, rings, or other metal objects. • Only use tools with insulated handles. Do not lay tools or metal parts on top of battery. Technical Data Technical Data MOVING PARTS HAZARD Moving parts can pinch, cut or amputate ﬁngers and other body parts. • Keep clear of moving parts. • Do not operate equipment with protective guards or covers removed. • Pressurized equipment can start without warning. Before checking, moving, or servicing equipment, follow the and disconnect all power sources. Pressure Relief Procedure 6 332636D Warnings WARNING ENTAGLEMENT HAZARD Rotating parts can cause serious injury. • Keep clear of moving parts. • Do not operate equipment with protective guards or covers removed. • Do not wear loose clothing, jewelry or long hair while operating equipment. • Equipment can start without warning. Before checking, moving, or servicing equipment, follow the and disconnect all power sources. Pressure Relief Procedure BURN HAZARD Equipment surfaces and ﬂuid that is heated can become very hot during operation. To avoid severe burns: • Do not touch hot ﬂuid or equipment. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 The engine exhaust from this product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. 332636D 7 Important Isocyanate Information Important Isocyanate Information Isocyanates (ISO) are catalysts used in two component materials. Isocyanate Conditions Spraying or dispensing materials containing isocyanates creates potentially harmful mists, vapors, and atomized particulates. Read material manufacturer’s warnings and material MSDS to know speciﬁc hazards and precautions related to isocyanates. Prevent inhalation of isocyanate mists, vapors, and atomized particulates by providing sufﬁcient ventilation in the work area. If sufﬁcient ventilation is not available, a supplied-air respirator is required for everyone in the work area. To prevent contact with isocyanates, appropriate personal protective equipment, including chemically impermeable gloves, boots, aprons, and goggles, is also required for everyone in the work area. Material Self-Ignition Some materials may become self-igniting if applied too thick. Read material manufacturer’s warnings and material MSDS. 8 Keep Components A and B Separate Cross-contamination can result in cured material in ﬂuid lines which could cause serious injury or damage equipment. To prevent cross-contamination: • interchange component A and component B wetted parts. • Never use solvent on one side if it has been contaminated from the other side. Never Moisture Sensitivity of Isocyanates Exposure to moisture (such as humidity) will cause ISO to partially cure; forming small, hard, abrasive crystals, which become suspended in the ﬂuid. Eventually a ﬁlm will form on the surface and the ISO will begin to gel, increasing in viscosity NOTICE Partially cured ISO will reduce performance and the life of all wetted parts. • Always use a sealed container with a desiccant dryer in the vent, or a nitrogen atmosphere. store ISO in an open container. • Keep the ISO pump wet cup or reservoir (if installed) ﬁlled with appropriate lubricant. The lubricant creates a barrier between the ISO and the atmosphere. • Use only moisture-proof hoses compatible with ISO. • Never use reclaimed solvents, which may contain moisture. Always keep solvent containers closed when not in use. • Always lubricate threaded parts with an appropriate lubricant when reassembling. Never 332636D Important Isocyanate Information Foam Resins with 245 fa Blowing Agents Some foam blowing agents will froth at temperatures above 90°F (33°C) when not under pressure, especially if agitated. To reduce frothing, minimize preheating in a circulation system. 332636D Changing Materials NOTICE Changing the material types used in your equipment requires special attention to avoid equipment damage and downtime. • When changing materials, ﬂush the equipment multiple times to ensure it is thoroughly clean. • Always clean the ﬂuid inlet strainers after ﬂushing. • Check with your material manufacturer for chemical compatibility. • When changing between epoxies and urethanes or polyureas, disassemble and clean all ﬂuid components and change hoses. Epoxies often have amines on the B (hardener) side. Polyureas often have amines on the B (resin) side. 9 Models Models Reactor 2 E-30i All base systems include ﬂuid inlet pressure and temperature sensors and Graco InSite™. For part numbers, see Accessories, page 12. Model Base Machine Maximum Fluid Working Pressure psi (MPa, bar) Approximate Output per Cycle (A+B) gal. (liter) Max Flow Rate lb/min (kg/min) Total System Load † (Watts) Voltage (phase) Available Auxiliary Current at Volts, 60 Hz* E-30i No Air Compressor/Dryer E-30i with heat E-30i With Air Compressor/Dryer E-30i with heat 272079 272080 272089 272090 2000 (13.8, 138) 2000 (13.8, 138) 2000 (13.8, 138) 2000 (13.8, 138) 0.0272 (0.1034) 0.0272 (0.1034) 0.0272 (0.1034) 0.0272 (0.1034) 30 (13.5) 30 (13.5) 30 (13.5) 30 (13.5) 7,400 11,600 13,500 17,700 240 VAC (1) 52 Amps (240) 240 VAC (1) 35 Amps (240) 240 VAC (1) 22 Amps (240) 9 Amps (120) 240 VAC (1) 5 Amps (240) 9 Amps (120) Fusion AP Package AP2079 AP2080 AP2089 AP2090 (Gun Part No.) (246102) (246102) (246102) (246102) CS2079 CS2080 CS2089 CS2090 (CS02RD) (CS02RD) (CS02RD) (CS02RD) P22079 P22080 P22089 P22090 (GCP2R2) (GCP2R2) (GCP2R2) (GCP2R2) 24Y240 24Y240 24Y240 24Y240 246055 246055 246055 246055 Fusion CS Package (Gun Part No.) Probler P2 Package (Gun Part No.) Heated Hose 50 ft (15 m) Heated Whip Hose 10 ft (3 m) Total system watts used by system, based on maximum heated hose length of 310 ft (94.5 m) for each unit. * Full load amps available for auxiliary equipment when all bare-system components are operating at maximum capabilities. Available auxiliary current is based on 310 ft (94.5 m) of heated hose. An additional 3.0 amps (240 VAC) of auxiliary current is available for each 50 ft (15.2 m) section of heated hose that is not used. Auxiliary current at 120 VAC is available on CB08, line 1 (circuit breaker pin 2), line 2 current at 120 VAC is used by the air dryer (circuit breaker pin 4). 10 Available auxiliary current will be less when the engine is de-rated for site altitude. Reduce the Available Auxiliary Current in the chart by 2.5 Amps (240 VAC) per 1000 ft (300 m) elevation increments. If the available auxiliary current is less than zero, the system conﬁguration may not support the full load at that altitude. Includes Complete Air Compressor/Dryer Kit 24U176. Refer to Circuit Breaker Conﬁguration Options, page 33. See Approvals, page 12. Packages include gun, heated hose, and whip hose. 332636D Models Reactor 2 E-XP2i All base systems include ﬂuid inlet pressure and temperature sensors and Graco InSite™. For part numbers, see Accessories, page 12. Model Base Machine Maximum Fluid Working Pressure psi (MPa, bar) Approximate Output per Cycle (A+B) gal. (liter) Max Flow Rate gal/min (l/min) Total System Load † (Watts) Voltage (phase) Available Auxiliary Current at Volts, 60 Hz* No Air Compressor/Dryer E-XP2i with heat Air Compressor/Dryer E-XP2i with heat 272081 272091 3500 (24.1, 241) 3500 (24.1, 241) 0.0203 (0.0771) 0.0203 (0.0771) 2.0 (7.6) 11,600 2.0 (7.6) 17,700 240 VAC (1) 35 Amps (240) 240 VAC (1) 5 Amps (240) 9 Amps (120) Fusion AP Package AP2081 AP2091 (Gun Part No.) (246101) (246101) P22081 (GCP2R1) 24Y241 P22091 (Gun Part No.) 24Y241 246055 246055 Probler P2 Package Heated Hose 50 ft (15 m) Heated Whip Hose 10 ft (3 m) Total system watts used by system, based on maximum heated hose length of 310 ft (94.5 m) for each unit. * Full load amps available for auxiliary equipment when all bare-system components are operating at maximum capabilities. Available auxiliary current is based on 310 ft (94.5 m) of heated hose. An additional 3.0 amps (240 VAC) of auxiliary current is available for each 50 ft (15.2 m) section of heated hose that is not used. Auxiliary current at 120 VAC is available on line 1 (circuit breaker pin 2), line 2 current at 120 VAC is used by the air dryer (circuit breaker pin 4). 332636D With (GCP2R1) Available auxiliary current will be less when the engine is de-rated for site altitude. Reduce the Available Auxiliary Current in the chart by 2.5 Amps (240 VAC) per 1000 ft (300 m) elevation increments. If the available auxiliary current is less than zero, the system conﬁguration may not support the full load at that altitude. Includes Complete Air Compressor/Dryer Kit 24U176. Refer to Circuit Breaker Conﬁguration Options, page 33. See Approvals, page 12. Packages include gun, heated hose, and whip hose. 11 Approvals Approvals Note Intertek approvals apply to proportioning systems without hoses. Model 272079 272089 Proportioning System Approvals: Heated hoses provided with a system or sold individually are not approved by Intertek. Accessories Kit Number 15M483 9902471 Conforms to ANSI/UL Std. 73 Certiﬁed to CAN/CSA Std. C22.2 No. 68 272080 272081 272090 272091 15V551 24K207 24K333 24K336 24K337 24L911 24M174 24U174 24U176 24U177 Cables 121006 9902471 Conforms to ANSI/UL Std. 499 Certiﬁed to CAN/CSA Std. C22.2 No. 88 12 24N365 24N449 Description Remote Display Module Protective Covers (10 pack) ADM Protective Covers (10 pack) Fluid Temperature Sensor (FTS) with RTD Fuel Line and Cable Extension Kit Hose Rack Light Tower Kit Pallet Support Kit Drum Level Sticks Remote Display Module Kit Complete Air Compressor Kit Feed Pump Shutdown Kit 150 ft (45 m) cable (for remote display module) RTD Test Cables (to aide resistance measurements) 50 ft (15 m) CAN cable (for remote display module) 332636D Supplied Manuals Supplied Manuals Related Manuals The following manuals are shipped with the Reactor. Refer to these manuals for detailed equipment information. Manuals are also available at www.graco.com. The following manuals are for accessories used with the Reactor. Manual 332636 333093 Description Reactor 2 Elite Integrated Proportioning System, Operation Reactor 2 Elite Integrated Proportioning System, Startup Instructions 333094 Reactor 2 Elite Integrated Proportioning System, Shutdown Instructions SEBU8311– Perkins® Engine, Repair-Parts 02 Access at www.perkins.com. Go - to Service and Support/manuals. Select engine family and type code “GN”. Mecc Alte Self-Regulating Alternator Series NPE, Repair-Parts Access at www.meccalte.com. Select “meccalte” logo / Download / Instruction Manuals. Select NPE instruction manual on page 5. Go to Support and enter serial number for Parts List and Help Videos. ST 15825–00 33227482 332636D Contact Mecc Alte for warranty and service Air Compressor, Operation/Maintenance & Parts list. Access at www.hydrovaneproducts.com. Go to Warranty & Service tab and select “contact us” to request manuals. Refrigerated Air Dryer, Instruction manual Access from Service Department (724) 746–1100 or www.spx.com/en/hankison. Component Manuals in English: Manuals are available at www.graco.com. System Manuals 332637 Reactor 2 Elite Integrated Proportioning System, Repair-Parts Electric Reactor Displacement Pump, Repair-Parts Heated Hose, Instructions-Parts Circulation and Return Tube Kit, Instructions-Parts Feed Pump Kits, Instructions-Parts Feed Pump Air Supply Kit, Instructions-Parts Fusion ™ AP Gun Fusion ™ CS Gun Probler P2 Gun Displacement Pump Manual 309577 Feed System Manuals 309572 309852 309815 309827 Spray Gun Manuals 309550 312666 313213 Accessory Manuals 332733 3A1905 3A1906 3A1904 3A1903 332738 3A1907 3A2574 Air Compressor and Air Dryer Kit, Instructions-Parts Feed Pump Shutdown Kit, Instructions-Parts Light Tower Kit, Instructions-Parts Fuel Tank/Battery Move Kit, Instructions-Parts Hose Rack, Instructions-Parts Booster Heat Retroﬁt Kit, Instructions-Parts Remote Display Module, Instructions-Parts Pallet Support Kit, Instructions-Parts 13 Typical Installation, without circulation Typical Installation, without circulation Figure 1 * Shown exposed for clarity. Wrap with tape during operation. J A Reactor Proportioner K B Heated Hose L C Fluid Temperature Sensor (FTS) M D Heated Whip Hose N E Fusion Spray Gun P F Gun Air Supply Hose S G Feed Pump Air Supply Lines H Agitator Air Supply Line 14 Fluid Supply Lines Feed Pumps Agitator Desiccant Dryer Bleed Lines Gun Fluid Manifold (part of gun) Remote Display Module Kit (optional) 332636D Typical Installation, with circulation Typical Installation, with circulation Figure 2 * Shown exposed for clarity. Wrap with tape during operation. J A Reactor Proportioner K B Heated Hose L C Fluid Temperature Sensor (FTS) M D Heated Whip Hose P E Fusion Spray Gun R F Gun Air Supply Hose S G Feed Pump Air Supply Lines H Agitator Air Supply Line 332636D Fluid Supply Lines Feed Pumps Agitator Desiccant Dryer Gun Fluid Manifold (part of gun) Recirculation Lines Remote Display Module (optional) 15 Component Identification Component Identiﬁcation Figure 3 Front View BA Component A Pressure Relief Outlet BB Component B Pressure Relief Outlet DG Drive Gear Housing DB Electrical Enclosure EM Electric Motor FA Component A Fluid Manifold Inlet FB Component B Fluid Manifold Inlet FM Reactor Fluid Manifold GA Component A Pressure Gauge GB Component B Pressure Gauge GG Generator, page 18 HA Component A Hose Connection HB Component B Hose Connection 16 HC MP PA PB PC PT SA SB SC TA TB Heated Hose Electrical Connectors Main Power Switch Component A Pump Component B Pump (behind Electrical Enclosure) Proportioner Control Panel, page 19 Pallet Component A PRESSURE Valve RELIEF/SPRAY Component B PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY Valve Fluid Temperature Sensor (FTS) Cable Component A Pressure Transducer (behind gauge GA) Component B Pressure Transducer (behind gauge GB) 332636D Component Identification Figure 4 Back View CP Circulation Pump EC Electrical Cord Strain Relief FF Y-strainer (includes pressure gauge, temperature gauge, and pressure/temperature sensor) FH Booster Fluid Heater (not included with all models) FV Fluid Inlet Valve (A side shown) HE Heat Exchangers (heat exchanger coolant loop) 332636D HM LR MM SG VA VB VC Temperature Control Module (TCM) Cable Connections, page 31 ISO Pump Lubricant Reservoir Motor Control Module (MCM), page 28 Sight Glass Component A Control Valve Component B Control Valve Bypass Control Valve 17 Component Identification Generator Figure 5 AF Air Filter BE Battery (not supplied) DF Diesel Fuel Filter EA 12V Charge Alternator EB Engine Coolant Expansion Bottle EE Engine ED Engine Oil Dipstick ER Radiator EX Exhaust FD Fuel Shutoff Solenoid FH Filter Housing FJ Fuel Injector FP Fuel Pump FS Diesel Fuel Fill Cap 18 FT GD GL HB HE HF OD OF OL OS RC RF ST TR WS Diesel Fuel Tank Generator Power Distribution Box Glow Plugs Heat Exchanger Coolant Expansion Bottle Heat Exchanger Heat Exchanger Coolant Fill Bottle Oil Drain Oil Filter Oil Fill Oil Pressure Switch Engine Coolant Radiator Cap Radiator Fan Starter Coolant Temperature Sensor Over-Temperature Switch 332636D Component Identification Proportioner Control Panel PD PE PF* PG* PH* PJ* PK PL PM PN PP PR * Advanced Display Module (ADM), page 21 Engine Control Module, page 29 Component A Feed Pump Air Outlet Component B Feed Pump Air Outlet Agitator Air Outlet Gun Air Outlet Component A Feed Pump Air Regulator Component B Feed Pump and Agitator Air Regulator Gun Air Regulator Component A Feed Pump Pressure Gauge Component B Feed Pump and Agitator Pressure Gauge Gun Pressure Gauge Not for breathing air use. Figure 6 332636D 19 Component Identification Air Compressor Select models are supplied with an air compressor and air dryer. CA CB CC CD CE CF Air Compressor Power Box Air Compressor and Dryer On/Off Switch Refrigerated Air Dryer Air Dryer Drain Tube (bottom of refrigerated air dryer; not shown) Air Compressor Pressure Gauge Figure 7 20 332636D Component Identification Advanced Display Module The ADM display shows graphical and text information related to setup and spray operations. For detail on the display and individual screens, see Run Mode, page 53, or Setup Mode. Use the USB port on the ADM to download or upload data. For more information about the USB data, see USB Data, page 77. NOTICE To prevent damage to the softkey buttons, do not press buttons with sharp objects such as pens, plastic cards, or ﬁngernails. Figure 8 Front View 332636D 21 Component Identification Table 1 : ADM Keys and Indicators Key Function Press to startup or shutdown the system. Startup/Shutdown Key and Indicator Stop Soft Keys Navigation Keys Numeric Keypad Cancel Setup Press to stop all proportioner processes. This Is not a safety or emergency stop. Press to select the speciﬁc screen or operation shown on the display directly next to each key. • • Use to move from screen to screen. Up/Down Arrows: Use to move among ﬁelds on a screen, items on a dropdown menu, or multiple screens within a function. Left/Right Arrows: Use to input values. Use to cancel a data entry ﬁeld. Press to enter or exit Setup mode. Press to choose a ﬁeld to update, to make a selection, to save a selection or value, to enter a screen, or to acknowledge an event. Enter 22 332636D Component Identification Figure 9 Back View CJ Flat Panel Mount (VESA 100) CK Model and Serial Number CL USB Port and Status LEDs CM CAN Cable Connection CN CP CR CS Module Status LEDs Accessory Cable Connection Token Access Cover Battery Access Cover Table 2 ADM LED Status Descriptions LED System Status USB Status (CL) ADM Status (CN) Conditions Green Solid Green Flashing Yellow Solid Yellow Flashing Green Flashing Yellow Solid Green and Yellow Flashing Green Solid Yellow Solid Red Steady Flashing Red Random Flashing or Solid 332636D Description Run Mode, System On Setup Mode, System On Run Mode, System Off Setup Mode, System Off Data recording in progress Downloading information to USB ADM is busy, USB cannot transfer information when in this mode Power applied to module Active Communication Software upload from token in progress Module error exists 23 Component Identification ADM Display Details Power Up Screen The following screen appears when the ADM is powered up. It remains on while the ADM runs through initialization and establishes communication with other modules in the system. System Mode The current system mode is displayed at the lower left of the menu bar. Alarm/Deviation The current system error is displayed in the middle of the menu bar. There are four possibilities: Icon No Icon Function No information or no error has occurred Advisory Deviation Alarm Status The current system status is displayed at the lower right of the menu bar. Navigating the Screens Menu Bar The menu bar appears at the top of each screen. (The following image is only an example.) Date and Time The date and time are always displayed in one of the following formats. The time is always displayed as a 24-hour clock. • DD/MM/YY HH:MM • YY/MM/DD HH:MM • MM/DD/YY HH:MM Arrows The left and right arrows indicate screen navigation. Screen Menu The screen menu indicates the currently active screen, which is highlighted. It also indicates the associated screens that are available by scrolling left and right. 24 There are two sets of screens: • The Run screens control spraying operations and display system status and data. • The Setup screens control system parameters and advanced features. Press on any Run screen to enter the Setup screens. If the system has a password lock, the Password screen displays. If the system is not locked (password is set to 0000), System Screen 1 displays. Press on any Setup screen to return to the Home screen. Press the Enter soft key function on any screen. to activate the editing Press the Exit soft key to exit any screen. Use the other softkeys to select the function adjacent to them. 332636D Component Identification Icons Screen Icons These are frequently used icons on the screens. The following descriptions explain what each icon represents. Icon Description Component A Component B Estimated Supply Material Hose Temperature Jog Mode Speed Engine Coolant Temperature Pressure Cycle Counter (press and hold) Advisory. See System Errors, page 71 for more information. Deviation. See System Errors, page 71 for more information Alarm. See System Errors, page 71 for more information 332636D Softkey Icons The following icons appear in the ADM, directly to the left or right of the soft key which activates that operation. Icon Function Start Proportioner Start and Stop Proportioner in Jog Mode Stop Proportioner Turn on speciﬁed heat zone. Park component A pump Enter Jog Mode. See Jog Mode, page 62 Reset Cycle Counter (press and hold) Select Recipe Search Move Cursor Left One Character Move Cursor Right One Character Toggle between upper-case, lower-case, and numbers and special characters. Backspace Cancel Clear Troubleshoot Selected Error Increase value Decrease value Next screen Previous screen Return to ﬁrst screen 25 Component Identification Electrical Enclosure AAA Temperature Control Module (TCM) AAB Motor Control Module (MCM) AAC Enclosure Fan AAD Circuit Breakers MP Main Power Switch 26 332636D Component Identification Electrical Cabinet AAM Hose Breaker AAN Transformer AAP Load Center AAS Fan AAU Wiring Terminal Blocks 332636D 27 Component Identification Motor Control Module (MCM) Figure 10 MB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Description Module Status LEDs see LED Status Table CAN Communication Connections Motor Temperature Engine Coolant Temperature Heat Exchanger A Temperature Heat Exchanger B Temperature A Pump Output Pressure B Pump Output Pressure A Fluid Inlet Sensor B Fluid Inlet Sensor 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Accessory Output Load Center Pump Cycle Counter Not Used Graco Insite™ Motor Power Output Main Power Input MCM Rotary Switch Positions 0=E-30i 1=E-XP2i Table 3 MCM Module LED (MB) Status Descriptions LED MCM Status Conditions Green Solid Yellow Solid Red Steady Flashing Red Random Flashing or Solid 28 Description Power applied to module Active Communication Software upload from token in progress Module error exists 332636D Component Identification Engine Control Module NOTICE To prevent damage to the softkey buttons, do not press buttons with sharp objects such as pens, plastic cards, or ﬁngernails. For more information about the engine control module, see Appendix A: Engine Control Module, page 81. Icon Description On Auto Off Scroll Page Select Error Lamp Figure 11 332636D Function Start Engine Auto mode (not used) Stop all system processes. Is not a safety or emergency stop. Scroll through the instruments or recorded events on the currently displayed page Toggle between the information page and the error log page Indicates error is present on generator 29 Component Identification Load Center LED Related Component Fuel Shutoff Solenoid (FS) D2 Starter (ST) Plugs D3 Glow (GL) Fan D4 Radiator (RF) D10 A Coolant Valve D1 F3 F4 K1 K2 K3 K4 MV 30 Radiator Fan Fuse Load Center Power Fuse Fuel Relay Starter Relay Glow Plug Relay Radiator Fan Relay Manual Valve Switch Color Green Red Green Green Red D12 B Coolant Valve Blue Coolant Green D14 Bypass Valve Valve D23 Manual Switch (MV) Red ON-State Fuel shutoff solenoid on the engine is open. Starter is cranking. Glow plugs are heating. Radiator fan is on. A-side (red) coolant valve is open. B-side (blue) coolant valve is open. Bypass coolant valve is open. Manual valve switch is in the ON position. Description 332636D Component Identification Temperature Control Module (TCM) Cable Connections Figure 12 1 Power Input 2 Heater Overtemperature 3 CAN Communications Connections 4 Power Out (ISO) 5 Power Out (Res) 6 Power Out (Hose) 332636D 7 8 9 10 Module Status LEDs (see Advanced Display Module (ADM), page 21, Boost A Temperature (ISO) (CN) forHeater conditions Boost Heater B Temperature (RES) Hose Temperature 31 Component Identification Circuit Breakers P110 - Green/Yellow P100 - Green/Yellow P010 - Black Black Disconnect P040 - Red Blue P030 - Black Brown FAN P020 - Red Red Black P050 - Black P060 - Red CT01 P090 - Green/Yellow P080 - Red Note Not all wires are shown. 32 CB01 CB03 CB04 Breaker DIN Rail NEUTRAL Blulkhead Connector Ground Bar Figure 13 Circuit Breaker Connections Inside Electrical Enclosure (DB) CB05 TB12 TB11 15 A P110 - Green/Yellow P070 - Black P100 - Green/Yellow MCM 24N953 P090 - Green/Yellow 20 A 40 A P080 - Red 20 A P070 - Black CB06 P060 - Red CB07 P050 - Black CB 08 P040 - Red 15 A P030 - Black 30 A K110 - Red K100 - Black P020 - Red 15 A P010 - Black K120 - White 24R754 Breaker Harness TCM 24N750 CB02 5A PS1 Ground Terminal Ref. CB01 Size 5A Component Power Supply, Fan, Coolant Pump Boost Heat A CB02 15 A Boost Heat B CB03 15 A Hose Heat CB04 30 A CB05 20 A Motor Control CB06* 40 A Air Compressor/Open CB07* 20 A Open CB08* 15 A Air Dryer/Open * Contact Graco for circuit breaker options. 332636D Component Identification Circuit Breaker Conﬁguration Options Figure 14 Circuit Breakers Inside Proportioner Cabinet Ref. CB20 Size 50 A Component Heated Hose Improper conﬁguration can result in electric shock. All electrical wiring must be done by a qualiﬁed electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations. See page 27 and 28 for correct circuit breaker conﬁguration. See Circuit Breakers, page 32 for recommended circuit breaker conﬁguration. Sub-Panel Options Some customer changes are acceptable to accommodate larger loads from auxiliary equipment or a sub-panel. It is suggested that circuit breakers CB07 be substituted to accommodate larger loads or a sub-panel. The total auxiliary equipment loads added to the conﬁguration must be limited to the system’s available auxiliary current. See Models, page 10, for available auxiliary current at 240V, 60Hz. See the Reactor repair manual for optional circuit breakers and their current ratings. Circuit breakers used must meet UL489 speciﬁcations. Auxiliary Wiring Diagram Options. Figure 15 Circuit Breakers Inside Alternator Assembly Ref. CB10 Size 90 A Component 120/240V Alternator The generator supplies power in a 3-wire, single-phase, mid-point neutral wiring conﬁguration. For 240 VAC loads, wire the load across the output terminals of the circuit breaker. For 120 VAC loads, wire the load between the neutral terminal blocks below the circuit breaker to one pole of the circuit breaker. See electrical diagrams in Reactor repair manual. Disable Booster Heat Disable booster heat to allow use of power for additional auxiliary power. To replace or repair a circuit breaker, see the Reactor 2 Integrated Repair manual. 332636D 33 Overview Overview The system uses two coolant loops to use heat released from the engine to heat the A and B component material to the target temperatures deﬁned on the ADM (PD). The engine coolant loop (gray) circulates heated coolant from the engine (EE), through the heat exchanger (HE), radiator (ER), and back to the engine. Coolant in the proportioner coolant loop (black) captures heat from the engine coolant loop inside the heat exchanger (HE) near the radiator. Figure 16 Engine Coolant Loop and Proportioner Coolant Loop 34 332636D Overview The proportioner coolant loop circulates coolant through secondary heat exchangers (HE) located on the back of the proportioner to heat the A and B component material before the material is pressurized in the proportioner pumps (PA, PB). After the A and B material has been heated in the heat exchangers, the material enters the ﬂuid manifold (FM) and heated hose. For models with a booster heater, the A and B material enters the booster heater after the material is pressurized in the proportioning pumps to heat the material higher than 140°F (60°C). Figure 17 A and B Component Material Flow 332636D 35 Overview Coolant only ﬂows through the secondary heat exchangers when the heat exchanger control valves (VA, VB) are open and the A and B component temperatures are below the target temperatures set on the ADM. See Fig 18. When the control valves (VA, VB) close, the A and B material has reached target temperature. Coolant ﬂows through the bypass control valve (VC), circulation pump (CP), sight glass (SG), proportioner coolant ﬁll bottle (HF), and back to the heat exchanger in the engine coolant loop. See Fig. 19. Figure 18 Proportioner Coolant Loop — A and B Valves Open (heating material) Figure 19 Proportioner Coolant Loop — A and B Valves Closed (not heating material) 36 332636D Setup 3. Do not expose Reactor to rain or below 20°F (-7°C). Setup NOTICE Proper system setup, startup, and shutdown procedures are critical to electrical equipment reliability. The following procedures ensure steady voltage. Failure to follow these procedures will cause voltage ﬂuctuations that can damage electrical equipment and void the warranty. Do not remove or separate the proportioner, engine assembly, or power distribution box from the pallet. Failure to leave the component mounting intact will cause heating efﬁciency degradation, and potential unsafe wiring and grounding. Locate Reactor 1. Install hose rack, if ordered. See manual 3A1903 for detailed instructions. 2. Locate Reactor on a level surface that is nonporous and diesel resistant, such as diamond plate. Note NOTICE To ensure the heat exchanger control valves open and close properly, do not store Reactor below 20°F (-7°C). 4. If a wall will be installed between the proportioner and generator, remove the fuel tank and battery bracket. See Trailer Setup Guidelines, page 38. 5. To mount in a trailer, use forklift to move Reactor by inserting the forks through the Reactor pallet frame. It is recommended to lift from the engine side. Bolt pallet directly to trailer frame. Note Use Pallet Support Kit 24L911 (rollers not included) to relocate pallet to mounting location when forks are unavailable. See kit manual for instructions. NOTICE Keep the vent holes in the bottom of the proportioner cabinet open. Make sure there is unobstructed incoming air for the cooling fan at the top of the proportioner cabinet that blows air up into the electric motor. Failure to provide unobstructed incoming air can cause the motor to overheat. Leave at least 1 ft. (0.3m) distance from the engine side of the pallet to any wall for engine maintenance access. 332636D 37 Setup Trailer Setup Guidelines Route exhaust system away from combustible materials to prevent materials from igniting or gas recirculation into a wall, ceiling, or a concealed space. Provide exhaust system guards to prevent burns. NOTICE 2. Provide radiator exhaust for Reactor. Use a 400 in.2 (258,064 mm2) minimum louver. 3. Provide air duct to connect radiator exhaust to louver. 4. Provide a 400 in.2 ( 258,064 mm2) minimum fresh air intake louver near the generator. 5. Remove red exhaust cap. 6. Provide a minimum 2 in. (50.8 mm) diameter engine exhaust outlet with ﬂexible pipe element. Provide rain cap, or equivalent routing, to prevent moisture from entering the metal exhaust pipe. Provide recommended size louvers. Failure to do so can damage the engine and void the engine warranty. Exhaust pipes that pass through ﬂammable ceilings must be guarded by vented metal thimbles that extend at least 9 in. (228.6 mm) below and above the roof and are at least 6 in. (152.4 mm) in diameter larger than the exhaust pipe. Exhaust pipes that pass through ﬂammable walls must be guarded by either: • Metal ventilated thimble at least 12 in. (305 mm) larger than the diameter of the exhaust pipe. • Metal or other approved ﬁreprooﬁng materials that provides at least 8 in. (203 mm) of insulation between the exhaust pipe and ﬂammable material. Exhaust pipes not covered above must have at least Radiator Exhaust and Air Intake Louvers 9 in. (228.6 mm) of clearance from the outside of the Figure 20 exhaust pipe to adjacent ﬂammable materials. 1. Provide sufﬁcient lighting to safely operate and maintain system equipment. 38 332636D Setup 3. Remove fuel tank from the pallet. a. Remove the mounting screws, supports, and It is only possible to install a wall between the spacers. proportioner and generator for systems without an air b. Disconnect inlet and outlet fuel lines from the compressor. fuel tank. c. Use two people to lift fuel tank off of the pallet • Temperature condition the trailer space where and place where the fuel ﬁll spout is easily chemical is stored. Check with chemical accessible. manufacturer for chemical storage temperatures. Note • Reduce noise for the operator while the Reactor is running. Do not mount fuel tank in front of the generator air intake or where it The supplied fuel lines and battery cable may need will limit opening and access to the to be replaced if a wall is installed between the electrical enclosure (DB). proportioner and generator. Purchase the Fuel Line and Battery Cable Extension Kit 24K333. 4. Install wall (IW) where the fuel tank was located. Ensure there is at least 1.25 in. (31.75 mm) 1. If necessary drain coolant from system. See between the wall and exhaust mufﬂer. See Reactor repair manual for complete instructions. Fig. 22. Coolant lines do not need to be disconnected to install a wall. Note Note To prevent an air pocket from forming inside the coolant lines between the Battery must be connected to starter to proportioner and generator, ensure drain coolant from system. there is a constant rise in elevation if 2. Remove screws and battery bracket from the the coolant lines are adjusted. Failure pallet. to have a constant rise in elevation will reduce heating efﬁciency. See Fig. 23. 5. Reconnect inlet and outlet fuel lines. 6. Install spacers, supports, and screws through the fuel tank and tighten to the ﬂoor. Torque to 40 ft-lbs (54 N•m). 7. Place battery bracket over fuel tank or near the Reactor. Remove existing battery cables from engine and replace with the cables provided from the fuel line and battery cable extension kit. 8. Install mounting bolts through battery bracket and tighten to the ﬂoor. Torque to 40 ft-lbs (54 N•m). Install Wall (optional) Beneﬁts: Note Pads under the battery bracket help stabilize the fuel tank during operation. Remove Battery Bracket and Fuel Tank Figure 21 332636D 39 Setup Figure 22 Top View With Wall Figure 23 Side View With Wall 40 332636D Setup Connect Battery Improper battery installation or maintenance may result in electric shock, chemical burns, or explosion. Battery maintenance must only be performed or supervised by personnel knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized personnel away from batteries. See Technical Speciﬁcations, page 90 for battery requirements and recommended battery size. 1. Secure battery (not supplied) to bracket with strap. Engine Starter Connections Figure 25 3. Cover battery terminals with plastic caps (PC) attached to supplied battery cables. 4. Verify battery was connected properly by pressing OFF on the engine control module (PE) to “wake up” the controller screen. Do not attempt to start the engine until all Setup steps are complete. See Repair manual if engine control module does not light up. Add Fuel Battery Connections Figure 24 2. Connect battery cable from the engine starter (ST) and chassis to the battery. Connect the black cable to battery negative (-) and the red cable to battery positive (+). 1. Remove fuel cap (FS) and ﬁll fuel tank with no more than 20 gallons (75 liters) of diesel fuel. Replace cap. See Perkins engine manual for approved diesel fuels. 2. Squeeze prime bulb (P) to prime engine. Press the prime bulb repeatedly until fuel begins to return to the fuel tank. NOTICE Always connect the red battery cable to battery positive (+) and the black battery cable to the battery negative (-). Failure to properly connect the battery cable to the battery will damage the fusible link when the engine control module is turned ON. Do not bypass the fusible link when damaged. The fusible link prevents damage to other system components. See the system repair manual for repair instructions. Figure 26 332636D 41 Setup General Equipment Guidelines Maintain and inspect the generator, air compressor, and other equipment per the manufacturer recommendations to avoid an unexpected shutdown. Unexpected equipment shutdown will cause voltage ﬂuctuations that can damage electrical equipment. 5. Connect air lines to proportioner. Ensure components are properly connected to correct location. Electrical Connections Connect air compressor, breathing air, and auxiliary power electrical connections to the speciﬁed circuit breakers. See Circuit Breakers, page 32. 1. Remove one or more knock-outs on side of electrical enclosure, as required, and route wires through for air compressor, breathing air, and auxiliary equipment. See Circuit Breaker Conﬁguration Options, page 33, for more information. Connect Feed Pumps For illustrations of a system with feed pumps, see Typical Installation, with circulation, page 15 and Typical Installation, without circulation, page 14. 1. Install feed pumps (K) in component A and B supply drums. 2. Seal component A drum and use desiccant dryer (M) in vent. 3. Install agitator (L) in component B drum, if necessary. 4. Connect supply hoses from feed pumps to the component A and component B material inlets on the system. Ensure A and B inlet valves are closed. Ref PF PG PH PJ Air Outlet A Pump B Pump Agitator Gun Note Agitator air supply (PH) includes a small internal restriction oriﬁce to limit the air ﬂow to minimize air compressor load. Maximum supplied air ﬂow is 2.0 scfm (0.1 m3/min) at 100 psi (0.7 MPa, 7 bar). Designed for use with Twistork agitator 224854. Do not use the agitator air outlet (PH) for any other component. Breathing Air Breathing the air from the compressed air supply can cause serious injury if inhaled. • Only use an independent and approved breathing air system with adequate air ﬂow to provide clean breathable air. Note Supply hoses from feed pumps should be 3/4 in. (199 mm) ID. 42 332636D Setup Connect Pressure Relief Lines Do not operate Reactor without all covers and shrouds in place. 1. Connect high pressure hose (R) to relief ﬁttings (BA, BB) of both PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valves. Route hose back to component A and B drums. See Typical Installation, with circulation, page 15. 2. Secure supplied bleed tubes (N) in grounded, sealed waste containers (H). See Typical Installation, without circulation, page 14. Recommended: Alternately: 2. Assemble heated hose sections, FTS, and whip hose. 3. Connect A and B hoses to A and B outlets on Reactor ﬂuid manifold (FM). Hoses are color coded: red for component A (ISO), blue for component B (RES). Fittings are sized to prevent connection errors. Note Manifold hose adapters (HA, HB) allow use of 1/4 in. and 3/8 in. ID ﬂuid hoses. To use 1/2 in. (13 mm) ID ﬂuid hoses, remove adapters from ﬂuid manifold and install as needed to connect whip hose. Install Fluid Temperature Sensor The Fluid Temperature Sensor (FTS) is supplied. Install FTS between main hose and whip hose. See Heated Hose manual for instructions. Connect Heated Hose See Heated Hose manual for detailed instructions on connecting heated hoses. Note The FTS (C) and whip hose (D) must be used with heated hose. Hose length, including whip hose, must be 60 ft (18.3 m) minimum. NOTICE Apply grease on all system and hose ﬂuid ﬁttings. This lubricates the threads and prevents material from hardening on the threads. 1. Turn main power switch OFF 332636D Figure 27 4. Connect cables (C). Connect electrical connectors (V). Follow procedures in heated hose manual. Be sure cables have slack when hose bends. Wrap cable and electrical connections with electrical tape. . 43 Setup 5. Connect quick-disconnect pin ﬁtting to 4 ft air hose, shipped loose. Connect other hose end to the gun air hose in the heated hose bundle. Push pin ﬁtting into the lowest air panel outlet (PJ). Close gun ﬂuid manifold valves A and B Connect Whip Hose to Gun Or Gun Fluid Manifold See hose manual for proper connections. Pressure Check Hose Figure 28 See hose manual. Pressure check for leaks. If no leaks, wrap hose and electrical connections to protect from damage. Connect Remote Display Module See Remote Display Module kit manual for installation instructions. 44 332636D Setup Grounding The equipment must be grounded to reduce the risk of static sparking and electric shock. Electric or static sparking can cause fumes to ignite or explode. Improper grounding can cause electric shock. Grounding provides an escape wire for the electric current. • Reactor System: System must be grounded with an appropriately sized conductor to the trailer or vehicle chassis or, if stationary, to true earth ground. Remove bolt and braided cable from pallet. Install grounding cable terminated with a • Spray gun: connect whip hose ground wire to FTS. ring terminal (cable and terminal not supplied) See Install Fluid Temperature Sensor, page 43. under braided cable. Reinstall bolt and torque Do not disconnect ground wire or spray without to minimum 25 ft-lbs (34 N∙m). An alternate whip hose. grounding location is to the ground bar in the electrical enclosure. Follow all National, State, and • Fluid supply containers: follow your local code. Local safety and ﬁre codes. • Object being sprayed: follow your local code. • Solvent pails used when ﬂushing: follow your local code. Use only metal pails, which are conductive, placed on a grounded surface. Do not place pail on a nonconductive surface, such as paper or cardboard, which interrupts grounding continuity. • To maintain grounding continuity when ﬂushing or relieving pressure, hold a metal part of spray gun ﬁrmly to the side of a grounded metal pail, then trigger gun. 332636D 45 Setup Supply Wet Cups With Throat Seal Liquid (TSL) • Check felt washers in packing nut/wet-cup (S) daily. Keep saturated with Graco Throat Seal Liquid (TSL), Part No. 206995, to prevent material from hardening on displacement rod. Replace felt washers when worn or contaminated with hardened material. Component B (Resin) Pump: Pump rod and connecting rod move during operation. Moving parts can cause serious injury such as pinching or amputation. Keep hands and ﬁngers away from wet-cup during operation. To prevent the pump from moving, turn the main power switch OFF. • Keep reservoir (R) ﬁlled with clean Graco Throat Seal Liquid (TSL), Part 206995. Wet-cup piston circulates TSL through wet-cup, to carry away isocyanate ﬁlm on displacement rod. Component A (ISO) Pump: Component B Pump Figure 30 Figure 29 Component A Pump 46 332636D Operation Operation 1. Turn the main power switch ON. The Graco logo will display until communication and initialization is complete. 3. Verify the machine is active and the System Status LED is illuminated green, see Advanced Display Module (ADM), page 21. If the System Status LED is not green, press the ADM Power On/Off (A) button . The System Status LED will illuminate yellow if the machine is disabled. Initial System Setup 2. Press the on/off button . 332636D Perform the following tasks to fully setup your system. 1. Select pressure for the Pressure Imbalance Alarm to activate. See System Screen , page 51. 2. Enter, enable, or disable recipes. See Recipes Screen, page 56. 3. Set general system settings. See Advanced Screen 1 — General, page 50. 4. Set units of measure. See Advanced Screen 2 — Units, page 50. 5. Set USB settings. See Advanced Screen 3— USB, page 50. 6. Set target temperatures and pressure. See Targets, page 53. 7. Set component A and component B supply levels. See Maintenance, page 54. 8. Ensure engine is at operating temperature on the home screen. 47 Operation Register and Activate the Graco Insite 1. Go to www.GracoInSite.com, click on “InSite Login, then follow the instructions on the screen. 2. Find and record the 15 digit serial number from the cellular box below. Serial No. Verify Module Status To check the status of the cellular module, locate the status LEDs on the module then refer to the following chart. LED Status Green ﬂashing Green solid Orange ﬂashing Orange solid Green and orange off 48 Description Finding GPS location GPS location identiﬁed Cellular connection in process Cellular connection established Reactor power is OFF 332636D Operation Setup Mode The ADM will start in the Run screens at the Home screen. From the Run screens, press to access the Setup screens. The system defaults with no password, entered as 0000. Enter the current password then press . Press to navigate through the Setup Mode screens. Set Password Set a password to allow Setup screen access, see Advanced Screen 1 — General, page 50. Enter any number from 0001 to 9999. To remove the password, enter the current password in the Advanced Screen – General screen and change the password to 0000. From the Setup screens, press 332636D to return to the Run screens. 49 Operation Advanced Setup Screens Advanced setup screens enable users to set units, adjust values, set formats, and view software information to scroll through the Advanced setup screens, Once in the desired for each component. Press Advanced setup screen, press to access the ﬁelds and make changes. When changes are complete press to exit edit mode. Note Users must be out of edit mode to scroll through the Advanced setup screens. Advanced Screen 1 — General Use this screen to set the language, date format, current date, time, setup screens password (0000 – for none) or (0001 to 9999), and screen saver delay. Advanced Screen 3 — USB Use this screen to disable USB downloads/uploads, disable USB log errors, enter the maximum number of days to download data, and how frequently USB logs are recorded. See USB Data, page 77. Advanced Screen 4— Software Advanced Screen 2 — Units Use this screen to set the temperature units, pressure units, volume units, and cycle units (pump cycles or volume). 50 This screen displays the software part number and software version for the Advanced Display Module, USB Conﬁguration, Motor Control Module, and Temperature Control Modules. 332636D Operation System 1 Recipes Use this screen to set the activation pressure for the Pressure Imbalance Alarm and Deviation, enable or disable diagnostic screens, set the maximum and minimum drum volume, and enable drum alarms. Use this screen to add recipes, view saved recipes, and enable or disable saved recipes. Enabled recipes can be selected at the Home Run Screen. 24 recipes can displayed on the three recipe screens. System 2 Use this screen to enable Manual Hose Mode and inlet sensors, as well as setting the inlet sensor low pressure alarm and low temperature deviation. Manual Hose Mode disables the hose temperature RTD sensor so the system can operate if the sensors were to malfunction. Default settings are 10 psi (0.07 MPa, 0.7 bar) for low inlet pressure alarm and 50˚F (10˚C) for low inlet temperature deviation. 332636D 51 Operation Add Recipe 2. Use to highlight the next ﬁeld and use the number pad to enter a value. Press to save. 1. Press and then use to select a Enable or Disable Recipes recipe ﬁeld. Press to enter a recipe name (maximum 16 characters). Press to clear the 1. Press and then use to select the old recipe name. recipe that needs to be enabled or disabled. 2. Use to highlight the enabled check box. Press to enable or disable the recipe. 52 332636D Operation Run Mode The ADM will start in the Run screens at the “Home” screen. Press Mode screens. . Or press to access the Setup screens. to navigate through the Run Home — System Off Home — System With Error This is the home screen when the system is off. This screen displays actual temperatures, actual pressures at the ﬂuid manifold, jog speed, coolant temperature, and number of cycles. Active errors are shown in the status bar. The error code, alarm bell, and description of the error will scroll in the status bar. 1. Press to acknowledge the error. 2. See Troubleshoot Errors, page 72 for corrective action. Targets Use this screen to deﬁne the setpoints for the A Component Temperature, B Component Temperature, heated hose temperature, and pressure. Home — System Active 150°F (65°C) Maximum A and B temperature for systems without booster heat: When the system is active, the home screen displays 180°F (82°C) actual temperature for heat zones, actual pressures at the ﬂuid manifold, coolant temperature, jog speed, 10°F (5°C) the number of cycles, along with all associated above the highest A or B temperature setpoint or control soft keys. 180°F (82°C). Use this screen to turn on heat zones, view Note coolant temperature, start the proportioner, stop the If the remote display module kit is used, proportioner, park the component A pump, enter jog these setpoints can be modiﬁed at the gun. mode, and clear cycles. Maximum A and B temperature for systems with booster heat: Maximum heated hose temperature: 332636D 53 Operation Maintenance Use this screen to view daily and lifetime cycles or gallons that have been pumped and gallons or liters remaining in the drums. The lifetime value is the number of pump cycles or gallons since the ﬁrst time the ADM was turned on. The daily value automatically resets at midnight. The manual value is the counter that can be manually reset. Press and hold to reset manual counter. All events and errors listed on this screen can be downloaded on a USB ﬂash drive. To download logs, see Download Log Files, page 79. Cycles This screen shows daily cycles and gallons that have been sprayed for the day. All information listed on this screen can be downloaded on a USB ﬂash drive. Events This screen shows the date, time, event code, and description of all events that have occurred on the system. There are 10 pages, each holding 10 events. The 100 most recent events are shown. See System Events for event code descriptions. 54 332636D Operation System Events Use the table below to ﬁnd a description for all system non-error events. All events are logged in the USB log ﬁles. Event Code EACX EADA EADB EADH EAPX EARX EAUX EB0X EBDA EBDB EBDH EBPX EBRX EBUX EC0X ECDA ECDB ECDH ECDP ECDX EL0X EM0X EP0X EQU1 EQU2 EQU3 EQU4 EQU5 ER0X EVUX 332636D Description Recipe Selected Heat On A Heat On B Heat On Hose Pump On Jog On USB Drive Inserted ADM Red Stop Button Pressed Heat Off A Heat Off B Heat Off Hose Pump Off Jog Off USB Drive Removed Setup Value Changed A Temperature Setpoint Changed B Temperature Setpoint Changed Hose Temperature Setpoint Changed Pressure Setpoint Changed Recipe Changed System Power On System Power Off Pump Parked System Settings Downloaded System Settings Uploaded Custom Language Downloaded Custom Language Uploaded Logs Downloaded User Counter Reset USB Disabled 55 Operation Errors This screen shows the date, time, error code, and description of all errors that have occurred on the system. All errors listed on this screen can be downloaded on a USB ﬂash drive. Recipes Use this screen to add recipes, view saved recipes, and enable or disable saved recipes. Enabled recipes can be selected at the Home Run Screen. 24 recipes can displayed on the three recipe screens. Job Data Use this screen to enter a job name or number. 56 332636D Startup 3. Check ﬂuid inlet ﬁlter screens. Before daily startup, ensure that the ﬂuid inlet screens are clean. See Flush Inlet Strainer Screen, page 75. Startup To prevent serious injury, only operate Reactor with all covers and shrouds in place. NOTICE Proper system setup, startup, and shutdown procedures are critical to electrical equipment reliability. The following procedures ensure steady voltage. Failure to follow these procedures will cause voltage ﬂuctuations that can damage electrical equipment and void the warranty. 1. Check generator fuel level. Running out of fuel will cause voltage ﬂuctuations that can damage electrical equipment. 2. Check coolant levels. Inspect the level of coolant inside the engine coolant expansion bottle (EB) and heat exchanger coolant expansion bottle (HB). HO T CO LD 332636D A B C D 4. Check ISO lubrication reservoir. Check level and condition of ISO lube daily. See Pump Lubrication System, page 76. 5. Conﬁrm main power switch is OFF before starting generator. T HO LD CO 57 Startup 6. Press start button on the engine control module twice to start the generator. Verify voltages are displayed on engine control module before moving to next step. The controller will automatically begin glow plug warming and crank operations. Allow engine to reach full operating speed. 8. For ﬁrst startup of new system, set system settings on ADM in Setup Mode. See Initial System Setup, page 47. 9. For ﬁrst startup of new system, adjust air settings to zero: a. Close the main air shutoff valve (CK). Note Engine will not start if main power switch is in the ON position. b. Ensure all three air regulators are turned fully counterclockwise. 7. Turn main power switch ON. The ADM will display the following screen until communication and initialization is complete. 58 332636D Startup 10. Start the air compressor, air dryer, breathing air, and other accessories. For systems with a supplied air compressor: start the air compressor by pressing start on the air compressor START box (CB). 11. Open the main air shutoff valve (CK). Circulation Through Reactor, page 61. If you need to circulate material through the heated hose to the gun manifold, see Circulation Through Gun Manifold, page 62. d. Turn both PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valves (SA, SB) to SPRAY . e. Adjust A and B feed pump air regulators to desired air pressure, on front of proportioner, to start the feed pumps. Do not exceed 130 psi (0.2 MPa, 2 bar) to the A and B feed pumps. f. Open ﬂuid inlet valves (FV). Check for leaks. 12. For ﬁrst startup of new system, adjust all three air regulators to desired pressures. 13. For ﬁrst startup of new system, load ﬂuid with feed pumps. a. Check that all steps are complete. See Setup, page 37. b. If an agitator is used, open the agitator’s air inlet valve. c. If you need to circulate ﬂuid through the system to preheat the drum supply, see Setup 332636D Cross-contamination can result in cured material in ﬂuid lines which could cause serious injury or damage equipment. To prevent cross-contamination: • interchange component A and component B wetted parts. • Never use solvent on one side if it has been contaminated from the other side. Always provide two grounded waste containers to keep component A and component B ﬂuids separate. Never 59 Startup g. Hold gun ﬂuid manifold over two grounded waste containers. Open ﬂuid valves A and B until clean, air-free ﬂuid comes from valves. Close valves. Thermal expansion can cause overpressurization, resulting in equipment rupture and serious injury, including ﬂuid injection. Do not pressurize system when preheating hose. a. Press to turn on hose heat zone. The Fusion AP gun manifold is shown. 14. Press to activate the system. b. Wait for the engine to reach operating temperature, indicated when the black arrow is under the green area of the temperature bar. The radiator fan will turn on when operating temperature is reached. 15. Preheat the system: This equipment is used with heated ﬂuid which can cause equipment surfaces to become very hot. To avoid severe burns: • Do not touch hot ﬂuid or equipment. • Do not turn on hose heat without ﬂuid in hoses. • Allow equipment to cool completely before touching it. • Wear gloves if ﬂuid temperature exceeds 110°F (43°C). 60 c. Wait for the hose to reach set point temperature. d. Press to turn on A and B heat zones. 332636D Fluid Circulation Fluid Circulation Circulation Through Reactor 3. Set PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valves (SA, SB) to PRESSURE RELIEF/CIRCULATION . NOTICE To prevent equipment damage, do not circulate ﬂuid containing a blowing agent without consulting with your material supplier regarding ﬂuid temperature limits. Note Optimum heat transfer is achieved at lower ﬂuid ﬂow rates with temperature set points at desired drum temperature. Low temperature rise deviation errors may result. To circulate through gun manifold and preheat hose, see Circulation Through Gun Manifold, page 62. 1. Follow Startup, page 57. To avoid injection injury and splashing, do not install shutoffs downstream of the PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valve outlets (BA, BB). The valves function as overpressure relief valves when set to SPRAY . Lines must be open so valves can automatically relieve pressure when machine is operating. 2. See Typical Installation, with circulation, page 15. Route circulation lines back to respective component A or B supply drum. Use hoses rated at the maximum working pressure of this equipment. 332636D 4. Set temperature targets. See Targets, page 53. 5. Press to circulate ﬂuid in jog mode until A and B temperatures reach targets. See Jog Mode, page 62 for more information about jog mode. 6. Press to turn on the hose heat zone. 7. Turn on the A and B heat zones. Wait until the ﬂuid inlet valve temperature gauges (FV) reach the minimum chemical temperature from the supply drums. 8. Exit jog mode. 9. Set PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valves (SA, SB) to SPRAY . 61 Fluid Circulation Circulation Through Gun Manifold NOTICE To prevent equipment damage, do not circulate ﬂuid containing a blowing agent without consulting with your material supplier regarding ﬂuid temperature limits. Note Circulating ﬂuid through the gun manifold allows rapid preheating of the hose. 1. Install gun ﬂuid manifold (P) on accessory circulation kit (CK). Connect high pressure circulation lines (R) to circulation manifold. rated at the maximum working pressure of this equipment. 3. Follow procedures from Startup, page 57. 4. Turn main power switch on . 5. Set temperature targets. See Targets, page 53. 6. Press to circulate ﬂuid in jog mode until A and B temperatures reach targets. See Jog Mode, page 62 for more information about jog mode. Jog Mode Jog mode has two purposes: • Speed ﬂuid heating during circulation. • Ease system ﬂushing and priming. . 1. Turn main power switch on 2. Press circulate to enter jog mode. 3. Press up or down to change jog speed (J1 through J20). Note The Fusion AP gun manifold is shown. CK Gun Manual 246362 Fusion AP 309818 256566 Fusion CS 313058 2. Route circulation lines back to respective component A or B supply drum. Use hoses 62 Jog speeds correlate to 3-60% of motor speed, but will not operate over 700 psi (4.9 MPa, 49 bar) for either A or B. 4. Press to start motor. 5. To stop the motor and exit jog mode press or . 332636D Spraying 6. Verify that the engine temperature is at least up to the minimum operation temperature range. The fan will start running when the engine has reached maximum temperature. 7. Open ﬂuid inlet valves. Spraying 1. Engage gun piston safety lock and close gun ﬂuid inlet valves A and B. Fusion Probler 2. Attach gun ﬂuid manifold. Connect gun air line. Open air line valve. 3. Adjust the gun air regulator on the proportioner control panel to desired gun air pressure. Do not exceed 130 psi (0.2 MPa, 2 bar). 4. Set PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valves (SA, SB) to SPRAY . 8. Press to start motor and pumps. 9. Check ﬂuid pressure gauges (GA, GB) to ensure proper pressure balance. If imbalanced, reduce pressure of higher component by turning PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valve for that component toward PRESSURE slightly RELIEF/CIRCULATION balanced pressures. until gauges show 5. Check that heat zones are on and temperatures and pressures are on target, see Home screen, page 53 332636D 63 Spraying 10. Open gun ﬂuid inlet valves A and B. 12. Pull gun trigger to test spray onto cardboard. If necessary, adjust pressure and temperature to get desired results. Spray Adjustments Fusion Probler Flow rate, atomization, and amount of overspray are affected by four variables. • Too little pressure results in an uneven pattern, coarse droplet size, low ﬂow, and poor mixing. Too much pressure results in excessive overspray, high ﬂow rates, difﬁcult control, and excessive wear. • Similar effects to ﬂuid pressure setting. The A and B temperatures can be offset to help balance the ﬂuid pressure. • Choice of mix chamber is based on desired ﬂow rate and ﬂuid viscosity. • Too little clean-off air results in droplets building up on the front of the nozzle, and no pattern containment to control overspray. Too much clean-off air results in air-assisted atomization and excessive overspray. Fluid pressure setting. NOTICE To prevent crossover on impingement guns, open ﬂuid manifold valves or trigger gun if pressures are imbalanced. 11. Disengage gun piston safety lock. never Fluid temperature. Mix chamber size. Clean-off air adjustment. Fusion 64 Probler 332636D Spraying Manual Hose Heat Mode If the system produces the T6DH sensor error hose alarm or the T6DT sensor error TCM alarm, use manual hose heat mode until the hose RTD sensor can be repaired. Do not use Manual Hose Mode for extended periods of time. The system performs best when the hose has a valid RTD and can operate in temperature control mode. If a hose RTD breaks, the ﬁrst priority is to ﬁx the RTD. Manual Hose Mode can help ﬁnish a job while waiting for repair parts. 4. Enter Run Mode and navigate to the Target screen. Set the desired hose current. Enable Manual Hose Mode 1. Disconnect the hose RTD sensor from the TCM. 2. Enter Setup Mode and navigate to System Screen 2. Hose Current Settings Hose Current Default Maximum 20A 37A Note Until the RTD sensor is repaired, the T6DH sensor error alarm will display each time the system is powered up. 5. Navigate back to the Run Mode Home screen. The hose now displays a current instead of a temperature. 3. Select Enable Manual Hose Mode. Note When manual hose mode is enabled, the manual hose mode advisory EVCH-V will appear. 332636D 65 Spraying Disable Manual Hose Mode 1. Enter Setup Mode and navigate to System 2 Screen and deselect Enable Manual Hose Mode, or repair the hose RTD. 66 2. Manual hose mode is automatically disabled when the system detects a valid RTD sensor in the hose. 332636D Shutdown Shutdown Immediate Shutdown 3. Set PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valves (SA, SB) to PRESSURE RELIEF/CIRCULATION . NOTICE To avoid system damage, follow daily shutdown procedure. Use only for immediate shutdown. For immediate shutdown, press: 4. Relieve pressure. See Pressure Relief Procedure, page 69. 5. Press to park the Component A Pump. The park operation is complete when green dot goes out. Verify the park operation is complete before moving to next step. 6. Press Daily Shutdown to deactivate the system. NOTICE Proper system setup, startup, and shutdown procedures are critical to electrical equipment reliability. The following procedures ensure steady voltage. Failure to follow these procedures will cause voltage ﬂuctuations that can damage electrical equipment and void the warranty. 1. Press 7. Turn off the air compressor, air dryer, and breathing air. to stop the pumps. 2. Turn off all heat zones. 332636D 67 Shutdown 8. Close the main air shutoff valve. 10. Press to stop the engine. 11. Close all ﬂuid supply valves. 9. Turn main power switch OFF. Allow engine cooling dwell time prior to shutting down the engine. 12. Engage gun piston safety lock then close ﬂuid inlet valves A and B. To prevent electric shock do not remove any shrouds or open the electrical enclosure door. 240 V is still present in the system until the engine has stopped. NOTICE Fusion Probler Allow engine cooling dwell time, per manufacturer recommendations, prior to shutdown. Dwell time will help engine properly cool down after running at operating temperature for any period of time. Stopping the engine immediately after running it at full load for an extended period of time can cause the engine to overheat due to the lack of coolant ﬂow. See engine manual. 68 332636D Pressure Relief Procedure Route ﬂuid to waste containers or supply tanks. Pressure Relief Procedure 4. Turn PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valves (SA, Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure whenever you see this symbol. This equipment stays pressurized until pressure is manually relieved. To help prevent serious injury from pressurized ﬂuid, such as skin injection, splashing ﬂuid and moving parts, follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when you stop spraying and before cleaning, checking, or servicing equipment. SB) to PRESSURE RELIEF/CIRCULATION . Ensure gauges drop to 0. 5. Engage gun piston safety lock. The Fusion AP gun is shown. 1. Relieve pressure in gun and perform gun shutdown procedure. See gun manual. 2. Close gun ﬂuid inlet valves A and B. Fusion Fusion Probler 6. Disconnect gun air line and remove gun ﬂuid manifold. Probler 3. Shut off feed pumps and agitator, if used. 332636D 69 Flushing Flushing To help prevent ﬁre and explosion: • Flush equipment only in a well-ventilated area. • Do not spray ﬂammable ﬂuids. • Do not turn on heaters while ﬂushing with ﬂammable solvents. • Flush out old ﬂuid with new ﬂuid, or ﬂush out old ﬂuid with a compatible solvent before introducing new ﬂuid. • Use the lowest possible pressure when ﬂushing. • All wetted parts are compatible with common solvents. Use only moisture-free solvents. 70 To ﬂush feed hoses, pumps, and heaters separately from heated hoses, set PRESSURE RELIEF/SPRAY valves (SA, SB) to PRESSURE RELIEF/CIRCULATION lines (N). . Flush through bleed To ﬂush entire system, circulate through gun ﬂuid manifold (with manifold removed from gun). To prevent moisture from reacting with isocyanate, always leave the system ﬁlled with a moisture-free plasticizer or oil. Do not use water. Never leave the system dry. See Important Isocyanate Information, page 8 . 332636D System Errors System Errors Error Description A parameter critical to the process has reached System errors alert you of a problem and help a level requiring the prevent off-ratio spraying. When an error occurs the system to stop. The error information screen displays the active error alarm needs to be code and description. addressed immediately. The error code, alarm bell, and active errors will scroll A parameter critical in the status bar. For a list of the ten most recent to the process has errors see Errors, page 56. reached a level requiring attention, but not sufﬁcient enough to stop the system at this There are three types of errors that can occur. Errors time. are indicated on the display as well as by the light A parameter that is tower (optional). not immediately critical to the process. The advisory needs attention to prevent more serious issues in the future. To troubleshoot the active error, see Troubleshoot Errors, page 72. See system repair manual for non-error based troubleshooting. Alarms Deviations Advisories 332636D 71 System Errors Troubleshoot Errors See system repair manual or visit help.graco.com for causes and solutions to each error code. To troubleshoot the error: 1. Press the soft key next to “Help With This Error” for help with the active error. Note 2. The QR code screen will be displayed. Scan the QR code with your mobile device to be sent directly to online troubleshooting for the active error code. Otherwise, manually navigate to help.graco.com and search for the active error. Press or to return to the previously displayed screen. 3. If no internet connection is available, see Error Code Troubleshooting in the system repair manual for causes and solutions for each error code. Clear Alarm When a deviation or alarm occurs, be sure to determine the error code before resetting it. Note If you forget which code occurred, go to Errors, page 56, to view the last 200 errors with date and time stamps. If an alarm has occurred, correct the cause before resuming operation. For error code troubleshooting, see Troubleshoot Errors, page 72. To acknowledge a deviation or clear an alarm, press . 72 332636D Maintenance Maintenance Prior to performing any maintenance procedures, follow Pressure Relief Procedure, page 69. Preventative Maintenance Schedule Wiring Connections Tighten all screw-type wiring connections in the Electrical Enclosure (DB), Reactor cabinet, and air compressor control box (if supplied) monthly. Dust Protection Use clean, dry, oil-free compressed air to prevent dust buildup on control modules, control boards, fans, and motor (under shield). The operating conditions of your particular system determine how often maintenance is required. Establish a preventive maintenance schedule by recording when and what kind of maintenance is needed, and then determine a regular schedule for checking your system. Coolant Levels Wetcup Compressor Maintenance Check the wet cup daily. Keep it 2/3 full with Graco Throat Seal Liquid (TSL®) or compatible solvent. Do not overtighten packing nut/wet cup. Fluid Inlet Strainer Screen Inspect ﬂuid inlet strainer screens daily, see Flush Inlet Strainer Screen, page 75. Coolant Filter Inspect ﬁlter in coolant ﬁlter housing monthly. Replace ﬁlter semi-annually. See Repair manual. Grease Circulation Valves Grease circulation valves (SA, SB) with Fusion grease (117773) weekly. ISO Lubrication Level Inspect ISO lubricant level and condition daily. Reﬁll or replace as needed. See Pump Lubrication System, page 76. 332636D Check coolant level inside both overﬂow tanks daily. Flush and reﬁll the coolant on both the engine and heat exchanger coolant loop once a year. See system repair manual for instructions. Check that the oil level is visible in sight glass weekly. Use only Hydrovane approved oil such as Hydrovane Fluid Force Red 2000 oil or CompAir CS-300. One gallon container (171101) is available as an accessory. Refer to the Hydrovane User Handbook for all service schedule information. Change oil and install Hydrovane kit KO52 (includes air ﬁlter and two gaskets). Change oil and install Hydrovane Kit KM52 (includes air ﬁlter, oil separator and miscellaneous seals). Hydrovane Top-Up kit KT53 (recommended for a complete rebuild completed by a Hydrovane Service Center). Every 2000 hours or 1 year: Every 4000 hours: Every 10000 hours: Air Compressor Oil Level • Daily check air compressor oil level through sight glass. 73 Maintenance Clean Heat Sink Fins Engine Maintenance Keep heat sink ﬁns clean at all times. Clean them using a dry cloth or compressed air. The engine instructions that accompany your unit detail speciﬁc procedures for maintenance of the engine. Following the engine manufacturer’s recommendations will extend engine work life. Note Do not use conductive cleaning solvents on the module. Daily • Cooling System Coolant Level — Check • Engine Air Cleaner Service Indicator — Inspect • Engine Oil Level — Check Every 500 Service Hours or 1 Year Figure 31 MCM Heat Fins • Engine Air Cleaner Element (Dual Element) — Clean/Replace • Engine Oil and Filter — Change • Fuel System Filter — Replace • Battery Voltage — Check. See Appendix A: Engine Control Module, page 81. Contact an Authorized Perkins Dealer or Distributor for replacement ﬁlter elements. Refer to Perkins engine part number GN66141N for compatible parts. Figure 32 TCM Fins Air Dryer Water Separator • • • • Clean ambient air ﬁlter monthly or more often if air ﬂow across the condenser is blocked. Clean inlet strainer monthly or more often if rapid clogging occurs. Replace separator/ﬁlter element yearly or more often if pressure drop across the dryer is excessive. Check automatic condensate drain daily. 74 332636D Maintenance 3. Remove the screen (A) from the strainer manifold. Thoroughly ﬂush the screen with compatible solvent and shake it dry. Inspect the Fuel quality is critical to the performance and to the screen. No more than 25% of the mesh should service life of the engine. Water in the fuel tank be restricted. If more than 25% of the mesh is can cause excessive wear to the fuel system. See blocked, replace the screen. Inspect the gasket the supplied Perkins engine manual for fuel tank (B) and replace as required. maintenance recommendations. 4. Ensure the pipe plug (D) is screwed into the Flush Inlet Strainer Screen strainer plug (C). Install the strainer plug with the screen (A) and gasket (B) in place and tighten. Do not overtighten. Let the gasket make the seal. 5. Open the ﬂuid inlet valve, ensure that there are no leaks, and wipe the equipment clean. Proceed with operation. The inlet strainers ﬁlter out particles that can plug the pump inlet check valves. Inspect the screens daily as part of the startup routine, and clean as required. Isocyanate can crystallize from moisture contamination or from freezing. If the chemicals used are clean and proper storage, transfer, and operating procedures are followed, there should be minimal contamination of the A-side screen. Fuel Tank Note Clean the A-side screen only during daily startup. This minimizes moisture contamination by immediately ﬂushing out any isocyanate residue at the start of dispensing operations. 1. Close the ﬂuid inlet valve at the pump inlet and shut off the appropriate feed pump. This prevents material from being pumped while cleaning the screen. 2. Place a container under the strainer base to catch drain off when removing the strainer plug (C). 332636D A B Figure 33 C D 75 Maintenance Pump Lubrication System Check the condition of the ISO pump lubricant daily. Change the lubricant if it becomes a gel, its color darkens, or it becomes diluted with isocyanate. Gel formation is due to moisture absorption by the pump lubricant. The interval between changes depends on the environment in which the equipment is operating. The pump lubrication system minimizes exposure to moisture, but some contamination is still possible. Lubricant discoloration is due to continual seepage of small amounts of isocyanate past the pump packings during operation. If the packings are operating properly, lubricant replacement due to discoloration should not be necessary more often than every 3 or 4 weeks. To change pump lubricant: 1. Follow Pressure Relief Procedure, page 69. 2. Lift the lubricant reservoir (R) out of the bracket and remove the container from the cap. Holding the cap over a suitable container, remove the check valve and allow the lubricant to drain. Reattach the check valve to the inlet hose. 3. Drain the reservoir and ﬂush it with clean lubricant. 76 4. When the reservoir is ﬂushed clean, ﬁll with fresh lubricant. 5. Thread the reservoir onto the cap assembly and place it in the bracket. 6. The lubrication system is ready for operation. No priming is required. Pump Lubrication System Figure 34 332636D USB Data USB Data Each time a USB ﬂash drive is inserted into the ADM USB port, a new folder named DATAxxxx is created. The number at the end of the folder name increases each time a USB ﬂash drive is inserted and data is downloaded or uploaded. Note The ADM can read/write to FAT (File Allocation Table) storage devices. NTFS, used by 32 GB or greater storage devices, is not supported. USB Logs During operation, the ADM stores system and performance related information to memory in the form of log ﬁles. The ADM maintains four log ﬁles: • Event Log • Job Log • Daily Log • System Software Log • Blackbox Log • Diagnostics Log Follow Download Procedure, page 79, to retrieve log ﬁles. Event Log The event log ﬁle name is 1–EVENT.CSV and is stored in the DATAxxxx folder. The event log maintains a record of the last 49,000 events and errors. Each event record contains: • Date of event code • Time of event code • Event code • Event type • Action taken 332636D • Event Description Event codes include both error codes (alarms, deviations, and advisories) and record only events. Actions Taken includes setting and clearing event conditions by the system, and acknowledging error conditions by the user. Job Log The job log ﬁle name is 2–JOB.CSV and is stored in the DATAxxxx folder. The job log maintains a record of data points based on the USB Log Frequency deﬁned in the Setup screens. The ADM stores the last 237,000 data points for download. See Setup - Advanced Screen 3 — USB, page 50, for information on setting the Download Depth and USB Log Frequency. • Data point date • Data point time • A side heat exchanger temperature • A side boost heater temperature • B side heat exchanger temperature • B side boost heater temperature • Hose temperature • Engine coolant temperature • A side temperature setpoint • B side temperature setpoint • Hose temperature setpoint • Inlet A side pressure • Inlet B side pressure • Pressure setpoint • System lifetime pump cycle counts • Pressure, volume, and temperature units • Job name/number 77 USB Data Daily Log Blackbox Log File The daily log ﬁle name is 3–DAILY.CSV and is stored in the DATAxxxx folder. The daily log maintains a record of the total cycle and volume sprayed on any day that the system is powered up. The volume units will be the same units that were used in the Job Log. The following data is stored in this ﬁle: • Date that material was sprayed • Time — unused column • Total pump cycle count for day • Total volume sprayed for day Diagnostics Log File System Software Log The system software ﬁle name is 4–SYSTEM.CSV and is stored in the DATAxxxx folder. The system software log lists the following: • Date log was created • Time log was created • Component name • Software version loaded on the above component 78 The black box ﬁle name is 5–BLACKB.CSV and is stored in the DATAxxxx folder. The Blackbox log maintains a record of how the system runs and the features that are used. This log will help Graco troubleshoot system errors. The diagnostics ﬁle name is 6–DIAGNO.CSV and is stored in the DATAxxxx folder. The Diagnostics log maintains a record of how the system runs and the features that are used. This log will help Graco troubleshoot system errors. System Conﬁguration Settings The system conﬁguration settings ﬁle name is SETTINGS.TXT and is stored in the DOWNLOAD folder. A system conﬁguration settings ﬁle automatically downloads each time a USB ﬂash drive is inserted into the ADM. Use this ﬁle to back up system settings for future recovery or to easily replicate settings across multiple systems. Refer to the Upload Procedure, page 80 for instructions on how to use this ﬁle. 332636D USB Data Download Log Files Note System conﬁguration setting ﬁles and custom language ﬁles can be modiﬁed if the ﬁles are in the UPLOAD folder of the USB ﬂash drive. See System Conﬁguration Settings File, Custom Language File, and Upload Procedure sections. Note If needed, set the number of days to download on the Advanced Setup Screen 3–USB in the ADM. USB log frequency can only be changed before logging occurs. 1. Insert USB ﬂash drive into USB port. 2. The menu bar and USB indicator lights “USB Busy” to indicate that the USB is downloading ﬁles. USB activity is complete when the “USB Busy” screen prompt disappears or the ﬂash drive LED stops ﬂashing. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Open DATAxxxx folder. 10. Open DATAxxxx folder labeled with the highest number. The highest number indicates the most recent data download. 11. Open log ﬁle. Log ﬁles open in Microsoft® Excel by default as long as the program is installed. However, they can also be opened in any text editor or Microsoft® Word. Note All USB logs are saved in Unicode (UTF-16) format. If opening the log ﬁle in Microsoft Word, select Unicode encoding. Custom Language File The custom language ﬁle name is DISPTEXT.TXT and is stored in the DOWNLOAD folder. A custom language ﬁle automatically downloads each time a USB ﬂash drive is inserted into the ADM. If desired, use this ﬁle to create a user-deﬁned set of Note custom language strings to be displayed within the ADM. Normal system spraying can continue while download is in progress. The system is able to display the following Unicode characters. For characters outside of this set, Remove USB ﬂash drive from USB port. the system will display the Unicode replacement Insert USB ﬂash drive into USB port of computer. character, which appears as a white question mark The USB ﬂash drive window automatically opens. inside of a black diamond. If it does not, open USB ﬂash drive from within • U+0020 - U+007E (Basic Latin) Windows® Explorer. • U+00A1 - U+00FF (Latin-1 Supplement) Open GRACO folder. • U+0100 - U+017F (Latin Extended-A) Open the system folder. If downloading data from more than one system, there will be more • U+0386 - U+03CE (Greek) than one folder. Each folder is labeled with the • U+0400 - U+045F (Cyrillic) corresponding serial number of the ADM (The serial number is on the back of the ADM.) Open DOWNLOAD folder. 332636D 79 USB Data 1. If necessary, follow the to automatically generate the proper folder structure on the USB ﬂash drive. The custom language ﬁle is a tab-delimited text ﬁle that contains two columns. The ﬁrst column consists 2. Insert USB ﬂash drive into USB port of computer. of a list of strings in the language selected at the time of download. The second column can be used 3. The USB ﬂash drive window automatically opens. If it does not, open USB ﬂash drive from within to enter the custom language strings. If a custom Windows Explorer. language was previously installed, this column contains the custom strings. Otherwise the second 4. Open GRACO folder. column is blank. Open the system folder. If working with more Modify the second column of the custom language ﬁle 5. than one system, there will be more than one as needed and the follow Upload Procedure, page 80 , folder within the GRACO folder. Each folder is to install the ﬁle. labeled with the corresponding serial number of the ADM. (The serial number is on the back of The format of the custom language ﬁle is critical. the module.) The following rules must be followed in order for the installation process to succeed. 6. If installing the system conﬁguration settings ﬁle, place SETTINGS.TXT ﬁle into the UPLOAD • Deﬁne a custom string for each row in the second folder. column. 7. If installing the custom language ﬁle, place Note DISPTEXT.TXT ﬁle into the UPLOAD folder. If the custom language ﬁle is used, you 8. Remove USB ﬂash drive from the computer. must deﬁne a custom string for each entry in the DISPTEXT.TXT ﬁle. Blank 9. Install USB ﬂash drive into the ADM USB port. second-column ﬁelds will be displayed 10. The menu bar and USB indicator lights indicate blank on the ADM. that the USB is downloading ﬁles. Wait for USB • The ﬁle name must be DISPTEXT.TXT. activity to complete. • The ﬁle format must be a tab-delimited text ﬁle 11. Remove USB ﬂash drive from USB port. using Unicode (UTF-16) character representation. Note • The ﬁle must contain only two columns, with If the custom language ﬁle was installed, columns separated by a single tab character. users can now select the new language • Do not add or remove rows to the ﬁle. from the Language drop-down menu in Advanced Screen 1 — General, page 50. • Do not change the order of the rows. Create Custom Language Strings Download Procedure Upload Procedure Use this procedure to install a system conﬁguration ﬁle and/or a custom language ﬁle. 80 332636D Appendix A: Engine Control Module Appendix A: Engine Control Module Run Screens There are seven run screens on the engine control module: • Line-to-neutral voltage • Line-to-line voltage • Frequency • Engine Speed • Engine lifetime counter • Battery voltage Press to scroll through the run screens. Press to enter the Information screens. Run Screen Layout Inst Icon Instrumentation Units Alarm Icon Mode Icon Information Screens From the Run Screen, press to enter the information screens. Press to scroll through the last ﬁve generator events. Press to return to the Run Screens. Information Screen Layout Alarm Time of Event (Engine Units Icon Run Hours) Mode Event Icon # 332636D 81 Appendix A: Engine Control Module Mode Icons Icon Description Details Stopped Engine is at rest and the unit is in stop mode. Auto Engine is at rest and the unit is in auto mode. Manual Engine is at rest and the unit is in manual run mode. Timer animation Engine is starting up. Running animation Engine is running. Instrumentation Icons A small icon is displayed in the instrumentation icon area to indicate what value is currently being displayed. Icon 82 Description Details Generator Generator voltage and frequency screen Engine Speed Engine Lifetime Counter Event Log Engine speed screen Hours run Unit Time Unused feature Event is being displayed. 332636D Appendix A: Engine Control Module Alarms There are two types of alarms that can occur on the system. Alarms are indicated by an icon the Run and Information screens. See the information screen to see the latest alarm. Warning When present on system, a warning alarm will stop the generator. Shutdown When present on system, a shutdown alarm will stop the generator. Warning Icon Description Battery High Voltage Battery Low Voltage Fail To Stop Flexible Sensor Details The DC Supply has risen above the high volts setting level for the duration of the high battery volts timer. The DC Supply has fallen below the low volts setting level for the duration of the low battery volts timer. The module detected a condition that indicates that the engine is running when it has been instructed to stop. The ﬂexible sensor warning alarm has been triggered. Shutdown Clear the alarm and remove the fault. Then press the stop button to reset the module. Icon Description Details Fail To Start The engine has not ﬁred after the preset number of start attempts. Generator High Voltage Shutdown Generator Low Voltage Shutdown High Coolant Temperature Shutdown Low Oil Pressure Shutdown Over Frequency Shutdown Under Frequency Shutdown The generator output voltage has risen above the preset level. 332636D The generator output voltage has fallen below the preset level. The module detects that the engine coolant temperature has exceeded the high engine temperature shutdown setting after the Safety On timer has expired. The engine oil pressure has fallen below the low oil pressure trip setting level after the Safety On timer has expired. The generator output frequency has risen above the preset level. The generator output frequency has fallen below the preset level. 83 Dimensions Dimensions 35 84 Figure 332636D Dimensions Figure 36 Figure 37 332636D 85 Dimensions 38 Floor Mount Hole Pattern 86 Figure 332636D Performance Charts Performance Charts Use these charts to help identify the proportioner that will work most efﬁciently with each mix chamber. Flow rates are based on a material viscosity of 60 cps. NOTICE To prevent system damage, do not pressurize the system above the line for the gun tip size being used. Proportioners For Foam 2000 (138) AR4242 (01) AR5252 (02) 1500 (103) PRESSURE psi (bar) AR6060 (03) 1000 (69) AR7070 (04) E-30i 500 (34) 0 332636D 5 (2.3) 10 (4.5) 15 (6.8) 20 (9.1) 25 (11.3) FLOW lbs/min (kg/min) 30 (13.6) 35 (15.9) 40 (18.1) 87 Performance Charts Proportioners For Coatings Table 4 Fusion Air Purge, Round Pattern 3500 (241) 3000 (207) 2500 PRESSURE psi (bar) E-XP2i AR2020 (000) (172) AR2929 (00) 2000 (138) 1500 (103) AR4242 (01) 1000 (69) 500 (34) 0 0.5 1.0 (1.9) 1.5 (3.8) FLOW gal./min (l/min) 2.0 (5.7) (7.6) Table 5 Fusion Air Purge, Flat Pattern 3500 (241, 24.1) 3000 (207, 20.7) AF2929 (FTXX38 TIP) 2500 (174, 17.4) PRESSURE psi (bar) AF2020 (FTXX24 TIP) 2000 (138, 13.8) E-XP2i AF4242 (FTXX38 TIP) 1500 (103, 10.3) AF5252 (FTXX48 TIP) 1000 (69, 6.9) 500 (35, 3.5) 0 88 0.5 (1.9) 1.0 (3.8) FLOW gal./min (l/min) 1.5 (5.7) 2.0 (7.6) 332636D Performance Charts Table 6 Fusion Mechanical Purge, Round Pattern 3500 (241, 24.1) E-XP2i 3000 (207, 20.7) XR2323 (RTM040) 2500 (174, 17.4) PRESSURE psi (bar) XR2929 (RTM040) 2000 (138, 13.8) MR3535 (RTM040) 1500 (103, 10.3) XR3535 (RTM055) 1000 (69, 6.9) MR4747 (RTM055) XR4747 (RTM055) 500 (35, 3.5) 0 0.5 (1.9) 1 1.5 (3.8) 2.0 (5.7) FLOW gal./min (l/min) (7.6) Table 7 Fusion Mechanical Purge, Flat Pattern 3500 (241, 24.1) XF2323 (FTM424) XF1313 (FTM424) 3000 (207, 20.7) MF2929 (FTM424) 2500 (174, 17.4) PRESSURE psi (bar) MF1818 (FTM424) 2000 (138, 13.8) XF1818 (FTM424) 1500 MF4747 (FTM638) XF2929 (FTM424) (103, 10.3) XF5757 (FTM638) XF3535 (FTM638) 1000 (69, 6.9) E-XP2i MF5757 (FTM638) MF3535 (FTM638) 500 (35, 3.5) 0 332636D 0.2 (0.7) 0.4 (1.5) 0.6 (2.3) 0.8 (3.0) 1 (3.8) 1.2 (4.5) FLOW gal./min (l/min) 1.4 (5.3) 1.6 (6.0) 1.8 (6.8) 2.0 (7.6) 89 Technical Speciﬁcations Reactor 2 Elite Integrated Proportioning Systems Maximum Fluid Working Pressure E-30i E-XP2i Maximum Fluid Temperature E-30i E-30i with booster heater E-XP2i Maximum Output E-30i E-XP2i Maximum Heated Hose Length Length U.S. Metric 2000 psi 3500 psi 14 MPa, 140 bar 24.1 MPa, 241 bar 150°F 180°F 180°F 65°C 82°C 82°C 30 lb/min 2 gpm 13.5 kg/min 7.6 lpm 310 ft 94 m 0.0272 gal. 0.0203 gal. 0.1034 liter 0.0771 liter 20° to 120°F -7° to 49°C Output per Cycle A and B E-30i E-XP2i Operating Ambient Temperature Range Temperature Auxiliary Power Available Voltage Engine Model Alternator Model Battery Requirements 120 Vac or 240 Vac, 60 Hz Perkins 404–22G, 2.2 L, 29 HP Mecc Alte 22 kW, 240 V, 1 PH, 60 Hz, pancake style Voltage Minimum Cold Cranking Amps 12 Vdc 800 CCA Connection Type Post Style Recommended Battery Size 34 BC Group Number Length Width Height 10.25 in. 6.81 in. 7.88 in. Booster Heater Power E-30i E-30i with booster heat E-XP2i 260 mm 173 mm 200 mm None 4000 Watts 4000 Watts Rotary Vane Air Compressor Hydrovane Model V04 (PURS type), continuous run Part No. 025CK10 Pressure 140 psi Speciﬁcations Required Features 0.9 MPa, 9.6 bar) 16 cfm Thermal overload switch Safety Relief Valve Motor: Baldor Part No. Speciﬁcations Required Features EL1410–CUS 5 HP, 1735 RPM, 240 V, 1 Phase, OPSB C face, lift rings, Refrigerated Air Dryer Hankison Model H1T20 Speciﬁcations Required Features 115VAC, 1 Phase, 60 Hz, 22 scfm at 150 psi (1 MPa, 10.3 bar) Pilot valve unloader Noise Sound Pressure measured per ISO-9614–2. Sound measured 3.1 ft (1Pressure m), at 1500 psi (10 from MPa, 103 bar), 2 gpm (7.6 lpm) Fluid Inlets Component A (ISO) and Component B (RES) Fluid Outlets Component A (ISO) Component B (RES) Fluid Circulation Ports Size Maximum Pressure 91.0 dBA 3/4 NPT(f) with 3/4 NPSM(f) union #8 (1/2 in.) JIC, with #5 (5/16 in.) JIC adapter #10 (5/8 in.) JIC, with #6 (3/8 in.) JIC adapter 1/4 NPSM(m), with sst braided tubing 250 psi 1.75 MPa, 17.5 bar Weight E-30i E–30i with compressor and dryer E-30i with booster heat heat, E–30i with booster and dryer compressor, E-XP2i E–XP2i dryer with compressor and Wetted Parts Material 1750 lb 2200 lb 1800 lb 2250 lb 1800 lb 2200 lb 794 kg 998 kg 816 kg 1021 kg 816 kg 998 kg stainless steel, resistant zinc platedo-rings, carbonPTFE, steel,ultra-high brass, Aluminum, carbide, chrome, chemically molecular weight polyethylene Graco Extended Warranty for Integrated Reactor® 2 Components Graco warrants all equipment referenced in this document which is manufactured by Graco and bearing its name to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of sale to the original purchaser for use. With the exception of any special, extended, or limited warranty published by Graco, Graco will, for a period of twelve months from the date of sale, repair or replace any part of the equipment determined by Graco to be defective. This warranty applies only when the equipment is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with Graco’s written recommendations. Graco Part Number 24U050 24U051 24U831 24U832 24U855 24U854 All other Reactor 2 parts Description Electric Motor Electric Motor Motor Control Module Motor Control Module Heater Control Module Advanced Display Module Warranty Period 36 Months or 3 Million Cycles 36 Months or 3 Million Cycles 36 Months or 3 Million Cycles 36 Months or 3 Million Cycles 36 Months or 3 Million Cycles 36 Months or 3 Million Cycles 12 Months This warranty does not cover, and Graco shall not be liable for general wear and tear, or any malfunction, damage or wear caused by faulty installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, or substitution of non-Graco component parts. Nor shall Graco be liable for malfunction, damage or wear caused by the incompatibility of Graco equipment with 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 claimed defect. 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. 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