Safety Warnings - DeVilbiss FLG3 Operation Manual

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SAFETY WARNINGS

Fire and explosion
Solvents and coating materials
can be highly flammable or
combustible when sprayed. ALWAYS
refer to the coating material suppliers
instructions
and
before using this equipment
Users must comply with all local
and national codes of practice
a n d
i n s u r a n c e
r e q u i r e m e n t s
ventilation, fire precautions, operation
and house-keeping of working
areas
This equipment, as supplied,
is NOT suitable for use with
Halogenated Hydrocarbons.
Static
generated by fluid and/or air
passing through hoses, by the spraying
process and by cleaning non- conductive
parts with cloths. To prevent ignition
sources from static discharges, earth
continuity must be maintained to the
spraygun and other metallic equipment
used. It is essential to use
conductive air and/or fluid hoses.
Personal Protective
Equipment
Toxic vapours – When sprayed,
certai n
poisonous,
create
otherwise harmful to health. Always read
all labels and safety data sheets for the
material before spraying and follow any
recommendations. If In Doubt,
Contact Your Material Supplier
The use of respiratory protective
equipment is recommended at all
times. The type of equipment must be
compatible
with
COSHH
sheets
c o mp a n y
g o v e r n i n g
Electrici ty
can
materi als
may
irritation
or
the
material
sprayed.
Always wear eye protection when
spraying or cleaning the spraygun
Gloves
s p r ay i ng
equipment
Training – Personnel should be given
adequate training in the safe use of
spraying equipment.
Never aim a spraygun at any part of the
body
Never exceed the max. recommended
safe working pressure for the equipment
The fitting of non-recommended or non-
original spares may create hazards
be
Before cleaning or maintenance, all
pressure must be isolated and relieved
from the equipment
The product should be cleaned using a
gun washing machine. However, this
equipment should not be left inside gun
washing machines for prolonged periods
of time.
Noise Levels
The A-weighted sound level of
sprayguns may exceed 85 dB
(A) depending on the set-up being used.
Details
be
available on request. It is recommended
that ear protection is worn at all times
be
when spraying.
Spray Equipment using high pressures
may be subject to recoil forces. Under
certain circumstances, such forces could
result in repetitive strain injury to the
operator.
being
3
must
be
worn
o r
c le a ni n g
Misuse
of
actual
noise
Operating
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