Download Table of Contents Print this page
Titan CAPSPRAY 55 Training Manual

Titan CAPSPRAY 55 Training Manual

Hvlp spray systems

Advertisement

HVLP Training Manual
Portable HVLP Systems for over 30 years
Titan is the Leader in

Advertisement

Table of Contents
loading

Summary of Contents for Titan CAPSPRAY 55

  • Page 1 HVLP Training Manual Portable HVLP Systems for over 30 years Titan is the Leader in...
  • Page 2 HVLP paint sprayers help protect the environment–and painters–by reducing overspray and bounceback. This manual will give an overview of HVLP technology and uses; it will also focus on the specific features and operation of Titan C A P S P R AY H V L P ®...
  • Page 3 Spraying Methods HVLP Two types of HVLP systems dominate the painting contractor market: portable turbines and direct hook-up guns. The two systems use completely different air sources, but atomize material in similar manners. Portable Turbine Most commonly found in the painting contractor market for portable applications, this type of HVLP system uses a centrifugal blower motor as the air source.
  • Page 4 Spraying Methods Air-assisted airless sprayers offer fine finish capabilities combined with Air-Assisted Airless a medium production rate. Air-assisted technology uses a combination of airless and air spray. Fluid pressure ranges from 200 to 1500 PSI, with air intermixed at 5 to 25 PSI. The systems typically are found in stationary and portable fine finish production applications.
  • Page 5 How Does HVLP Work? A pressure vessel (1-quart cup, 2-quart cup, or pressure pot) supplies paint to the gun, where a high volume of low pressure air intersects with the paint stream breaking the paint into small particles. This process is called atomization.
  • Page 6 How to get acquainted with HVLP HVLP sprayers are not for every painter. Be certain that HVLP is the right fit for your finishing application. Then match the correct unit size and tip size to the type of materials you will use. After you have determined the answers to these questions, consider more specific criteria: What materials will they be spraying?
  • Page 7: Air Source

    HVLP System Components As with most sprayers, three distinct components make up an HVLP system: air source, air hose, and HVLP spray gun. There are several variations of these components depending upon the manufacturer. We will deal primarily with CAPSPRAY equipment. Air Source The air source is the heart of the system.
  • Page 8: Spray Guns

    HVLP System Components Please note that while air flow (CFM) and pressure (PSI) are both important in determining the turbine’s ability to atomize coatings, pressure is the key. All manufacturers rate their turbines in the range of 50-170 CFM at free flow (turbine unrestricted, no hose or gun attached).
  • Page 9: Spray Gun

    HVLP System Components Maxum II HVLP HVLP guns differ from conventional air spray guns in two main areas: Spray Gun One difference is the size of the internal air ports. Conventional gun air (continued) port openings are approximately ". HVLP guns need more air and use openings "...
  • Page 10 Maxum II and Maxum Elite HVLP Spray Gun Adjustments Air Control Valve To produce the highest-quality finish possible, the spray gun re q u i res the *On the Maxim Elite spray gun p roper air and material adjustments. You control the air flow with the air the air control vale is indexed for con t rol valve, located at the rear of the gun.
  • Page 11: Spray Pattern

    Maxum II and Maxum Elite Air Cap Adjustments Air Cap CAPSPRAY‘s exclusively designed guided air cap makes it virtually impossible for the painting contractor to misalign. This translates to better spray pattern control. The air cap design determines the quality of the spray pattern. It is crucial the air cap remains clean and free of dried paint.
  • Page 12: Spray Techniques

    Spray Techniques Spraying Techniques Position the spray gun perpendicular to and 1 to 8 inches from the spray surface. Spray parallel to the surface and use controlled, smooth passes at an even speed. Start by applying a thin coat of material on the first pass and allow it to tac before applying a second, slightly heavier coat.
  • Page 13 Spray Techniques Spraying Large Areas Spray a long panel or wall in sections. Use horizontal or vertical strokes. Keep stroke length to 3 feet. Spraying a longer pattern may cause uneven coverage and excessive overspray. Overlap each section. 36" 4" 36"...
  • Page 14 Spray Techniques Spraying Square Adjust the material adjustment knob to Posts or Steel the desired spray width. Spray two adjacent surfaces at the same time. Grills and Wire Fences Hold the gun at a sharp angle. Deflect the paint passing through the grill or fence with a flat surface.
  • Page 15: Choosing A Projector Set

    Choosing a Projector Set The projector set determines what materials and viscosities can be sprayed Projector Set from the gun. A larger projector set has a larger nozzle opening, allowing you to spray thicker, heavier materials. A projector set consists of a needle assembly, fluid nozzle and air cap. Needle Assembly Needle Assembly Fluid Nozzle...
  • Page 16 Maxum II and Maxum Elite Gun Projector Set Recommendation Chart Percent Smallest Unit Projector Set Projector Set Material Reduction R e c o m m e n d e d R e c o m m e n d e d Orifice Size( i n .
  • Page 17: Cleaning Your Equipment

    Cleaning Your Equipment It is important to clean your spray gun thoroughly after each use. Spray Gun 1. Empty the spray material from cup. 2. Pour a small amount of the appropriate solvent in the cup and attach the cup to the spray gun.
  • Page 18 HVLP Spray Equipment Troubleshooting Problem Cause Solution Little or no material out of nozzle. Out of paint. Fill cup or pot with paint. Air cap screwed clockwise too far. Adjust air cap. Check valve plugged. Clean or replace check valve assembly. Material viscosity too heavy.
  • Page 19 HVLP Spray Equipment/Finish Troubleshooting Problem Cause Solution Filter warning light on. Air filters clogged. Clean or replace filters. No trigger pull. Material adjustment knob too tight. Turn counter-clockwise. Unit has no power. Blown fuse/tripped breaker reset. Check and replace fuse. Cup doesn't pressurize.
  • Page 20: Specifications

    CAPSPRAY 55 Model No. 0524030 A compact unit for mid-size jobs, the 55 offers the painter a great deal of versatility in the type of work, yet is compact and completely portable. Increased performance allows the contractor to spray stains, sealers, lacquers, oil-based and finish-grade enamels.
  • Page 21 CAPSPRAY 75 Model No. 0524031 The 75 is ideal for jobs that require continuous spraying and the ability to handle difficult-to-atomize materials. It sprays stains, clear coats, lacquers, oil-based epoxies. Also applies most water-reducible coatings, including waterborne lacquer and finish-grade latex. The large or small contractor taking a wide variety of jobs will benefit from the 75.
  • Page 22 CAPSPRAY 95 Model No. 0524032 The 95 is the most powerful portable turbine system available. It has an exclusive, 4-stage tangential turbine that produces the kind of performance needed to spray continuously and to atomize coatings with a minimal amount of reduction. Sprays stains, clear coats, lacquers, oil-base, and multi-color coatings.
  • Page 23 CAPSPRAY 105 Model No. 0524033 With the 105 you can spray hard to atomize coatings with little to no thinning and increased production rates. Due to the higher atomizing pressure, the 105 will spray the widest range of coatings, including latex and other water based coatings.
  • Page 24 CAPSPRAY 115 Model No. 0524034 The 115 is the most powerfull portable turbine available. It is ideal for spraying hard to atomize coatings with little to no thinning including most exterior coatings. The 115 is meant for larger jobs where speed, power and control are needed.
  • Page 25 CAPSPRAY Power Cart Model No. 0524000A The Portable Cart is compatible with the 55, 75, 95, 105 and 115 for complete mobility around job sites. Built-in air compressor and 2 1/2-gallon pressure pot allows fast, continuous spraying for larger jobs. Higher fluid PSI results in faster application rates with the pressure pot. Features: Lightweight construction •...
  • Page 26: Mounting The Turbine

    CAPSPRAY Portable Cart - Mounting for Model No. 0524000A Mounting the Turbine Mounting the Turbine: NOTE: If the drill does not have a clutch, drive the screw with the drill 1. Insert plastic latch bracket into the until the threads start to engage, and bottom of the turbine as shown.
  • Page 27 CAPSPRAY 2 Quart Remote Model No. 0524203 CAPSPRAY has designed the Remote Cup System to add higher material capacity to the EXCLUSIVE power and performance found in CAPSPRAY’s 105-5 Stage and 115-6 Stage Turbine models. With quick air and fluid connections you can transform your turbinesystem into a higher capacity sprayer, no need to add the cost and weight of a bulky compressor system.
  • Page 28: Ordering Information

    Assistance/Warranty Ordering Information Please contact your local Authorized Titan CAPSPRAY Distributor or call to find your closet dealer: 1-800-526-5362 Questions concerning applications, technical or service information can call toll free: 1-800-292-4637...
  • Page 29 Notes...
  • Page 30 Fax 1-201-405-7449 reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice. Due to product branding conversions, units may be changing over time. Please call your local distributor, sales rep, or Titan customer service line for specific details SL25707 JB70265B...

Table of Contents