You are on page 1of 54

OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION

Ed. 006 12 - 12

PA I N T

ENGLISH

S P R AY I N G

EQUIPMENT

Due to a constant product improvement programme, the factory reserves the right to modify technical details mentioned in this manual without prior notice. This manual is to be considered as an English language translation of the original manual in Italian. The manufacturer shall bear no responsibility for any damages or inconveniences that may arise due to the incorrect translation of the instructions contained within the original manual in Italian.

THOR

English

ELECTRIC PISTON PUMP


INTRODUCTION................................................... p.1 WARNINGS........................................................... p.2 Check on the packing nut.................................. p.22 Checking the heat exchange radiator............... p.23 Checking the seal gasket (o-ring)..................... p.23

A WORKING PRINCIPLE......................................... p.3 B TECHNICAL DATA................................................. p.4 C DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT.................. p.5
Alarm messages............................................... p.7
Functions table.................................................. p.7

L PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS............................ p.24 M CORRECT PROCEDURE OF


DECOMPRESSION. .............................................. p.25

N REPLACEMENT OF THE PUMPING


GROUPS GASKETS............................................ p.26 Pit stop maintenance........................................ p.27
Lower seal......................................................... p.27

Alarm message table........................................ p.8

D TRANSPORT AND UNPACKING.......................... p.8 E SAFETY RULES.................................................... p.9


Electrical safety precautions............................. p.10

Upper seal......................................................... p.29 SPARE PARTS

F SETTING-UP......................................................... p.10
Connection of the flexible hose to the gun........ p.10 Check on power supply..................................... p.10 Connection of the tooling to the power supply................................................................ p.12 Washing of the new equipment......................... p.12 Preparing the product....................................... p.13

O COMPLETE ELECTRO-MECHANICAL
UNIT...................................................................... p.34

P COMPLETE LONG PUMP UNIT........................... p.36 Q SHORT PUMP UNIT FOR STANDARD
PRODUCTS.......................................................... p.38

R SUCTION AND CIRCULATION UNIT FOR


STANDARD PRODUCTS...................................... p.39

G WORKING............................................................. p.14
Start of the working operations......................... p.14 Spray adjustment.............................................. p.16

H CLEANING AT THE END OF THE WORK............ p.16


Cleaning for solvent-based products................. p.16 Cleaning for water-based products................... p.20

S T U V W

PRESSURE CONTROL DEVICE.......................... p.40 TROLLEY.............................................................. p.42 ELECTRICAL CONTROL . ................................... p.43 ELECTRIC MOTOR............................................... p.44 ACCESSORIES..................................................... p.45

I ROUTINE MAINTENANCE................................... p.22

Z VERSIONS............................................................ p.51

WE ADVISE THE USE OF THIS EQUIPMENT ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS. ONLY USE THIS MACHINE FOR USAGE SPECIFICALLY MENTIONED IN THIS MANUAL. Thank you for choosing a LARIUS S.R.L. product. As well as the product purchased, you will receive a range of support services enabling you to achieve the results desired, quickly and professionally.

THOR

WARNINGS
English

The table below provides the meaning of the symbols used in this manual in relation to using, earthing, operating, maintaining, and repairing of this equipment.

Read this operators manual carefully before using the equipment. An improper use of this machine can cause injuries to people or things. Do not use this machine when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Do not modify the equipment under any circumstances. Use products and solvents that are compatible with the various parts of the equipment, and read the manufacturers warnings carefully. See the Technical Details for the equipment given in the Manual. Check the equipment for worn parts once a day. If any worn parts are found, replace them using ONLY original spare parts. Keep children and animals away from work area. Comply with all safety standards. It indicates an accident risk or serious damage to equipment if this warning is not followed. It indicates a fire or explosion risk if this warning is not followed. Eliminate all ignition sources such as pilot lights, cigarettes, portable electric lamps and plastic drop cloths. Keep work area free of debris. ONLY use this equipment in a well ventilated area. EARTH ALL THE EQUIPMENT LOCATED IN THE WORK AREA. Do not form connections or switch light switches on or off if the air contains inflammable fumes. If electrical shocks or discharges are encountered the operation being carried out using the equipment must be stopped immediately. Keep a fire extinguisher at hand in the immediate vicinity of the work area. It indicates wound and finger squashing risk due to movable parts in the equipment. Tenersi lontano dalle parti in movimento. Do not use the equipment without the proper protection. Before any inspection or maintenance of the equipment, carry out the decompression procedure explained in this manual, and prevent any risk of the equipment starting unexpectedly. Report any risk of chemical reaction or explosion if this warning has not been given. There is a risk of injury or serious lesion related to contact with the jet from the spray gun. If this should occur, IMMEDIATELY contact a doctor, indicating the type of product injected. Do not spray before the guard has been placed over the nozzle and the trigger on the spray gun. Do not put your fingers in the spray gun nozzle. Once work has been completed, before carrying out any maintenance, complete the decompression procedure explained in this manual. It indicates important recommendations about disposal and recycling process of products in accordance with the environmental regulations. Report any danger of electric shock if the warning and presence of live electrical parts has not been indicated. Store in a dry place and do not expose to the rain. Check that the cables are in good condition. Switch off the equipment and discharge any electricity before cleaning or maintaining the equipment. Mark any clamps attached to earth cables. Use ONLY 3-wire extension cords and grounded electrical outlets. Before starting work make sure that the electrical system is earthed and that it complies with safety standards.

It is obligatory to wear suitable clothing as gloves, goggles and face shield. Wear clothing that complies with the safety standards in force in the country in which the equipment is used. Do not wear bracelets, earrings, rings, chains, or anything else that may hinder the operators work. Do not wear clothing with wide sleeves, scarves, ties, or any other piece of clothing that could get tangled up in moving parts of the equipment during the work, inspection, or maintenance cycles.

THOR

A WORKING PRINCIPLE
English
The THOR unit is defined electric piston pump. An electric piston pump is used for high pressure painting without air (from this process derives the term airless). The pump is controlled by an electric motor coupled with a reduction gear. A cam shaft and a connecting rod allow to obtain the reciprocating motion necessary to the working of the pumping group piston. The piston movement produces a vacuum. The product is sucked, pushed towards the pump outlet and then sent to the gun through the flexible hose. An electronic device located next to the reduction box, is used to regulate and control the pressure of the material leaving the pump. When the pump reaches the set value, the motor stops and starts again when the value decreases. A safety valve avoiding overpressure, guarantees the total reliability of the equipment.

Fields of application Indoor Outdoor Industrial buildings Industrial constructions Redeveloping Roofing Plasters

Application materials Testured acrylics and elastomerics Eifs and synthetic Stucco finish coats Deck coatings roofing

Stucco paste Fire retardants Intumescents Insulation coatings Water proofing

THOR

B TECHNICAL DATA
English THOR
SUPPLY (single-phase)* RUN GENERATOR SUPPLY (single-phase) MOTOR POWER MAX. WORKING PRESSURE MAX. DELIVERY MATERIAL OUTLET WEIGHT LEVEL OF THE SOUND PRESSURE MINIMUM LENGTH MINIMUM HEIGHT MAXIMUM LENGTH MAXIMUM HEIGHT 2,8 kW 230 bar 7,5 L/min M16 x 1,5 (M) 76 Kg 60dB(A) (A) 700 mm (B) 1000 mm (C) 750 mm (D) 1100 mm 230V C.A. 50Hz 9 Kw asynchronous

WIDTH 720 mm *Available on request with special voltages Parts of the pump in contact with the material Stainless Steel AISI 420B, Teflon; Aluminium, Galvanised steel

THOR

C DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT


English
1 3

7 2

Version with short pumping unit Connect hose

POS. 1 2 3 4

Description Electric motor Pressure transmitter Pumping group Recirculation valve

POS. 5 , 6 7

Description High pressure flexible pipe of compensation 3/8 Recirculation tube Safety valve

THOR

English

11

10

14

15 9

13 9 15

12

POS. 8 9 10 11 Suction filter

Description

POS. 12 13 14 15

Description Earth cable with clamp Control equipment ON/OFF switch Flexible pipe connection

Pressure gauge Airless manual gun L91X Trigger safety clamp

THOR
ALARM MESSAGES When the product to be applied is finished the pump sucks air and automatically switches to the minimum number of cycles. The alarm messages function is described on the area sign (6). Each time key (8) is pushed, the messages are displayed on the screen (7). When an alarm message has been indicated the machine has to be switched off and on again using switch (1). Each time the machine is switched off, the condensers remain charged for about 5 minutes. To avoid risk of shock, when removing the electrical box wait until the condensers have discharged altogether.
7

English

8 1 2

4 6

5 3

POS. 1 2 , 3 4

Descrizione ON/OFF switch Work pressure adjustment knob , Maximum pressure Minimum pressure

POS. 5 , 6 7 8

Descrizione Material circulation and machine washing position Alarms Message screen Function keys

FUNCTIONS TABLE
Function symbol Type of function Working pressure (bar) Motor current (A) Pressure setting (bar) Dissipator temp. (C) Working hours (h) Description of function Indicates the real time pressure used during the work cycle Indicates the real time amperage on the equipments motor during the work cycle Indicates the pressure set before the work cycle begins Indicates the dissipator temperature (in degrees Centigrade) during the work cycle Indicates the total number of hours the equipment has worked

P J Pd c h

THOR
ALARM MESSAGE TABLE

English

Alarm symbol

Type of alarm Maximum current

Cause The motors current absorption is too high The dissipator temperature is too high

Solution Check the mechanical and hydraulic condition of the equipment. If necessary, take action Check that the dissipator surfaces are clean and that the dissipator is properly ventilated Check that the motors heat dissipation surfaces are clean. Check that cooling ventilation is correct Check the connection to the electrical line and reinstate the correct nominal voltage Check the connection to the electrical line and reinstate the correct nominal voltage Check the earth cable and, if necessary, replace it. Make sure that the machine is earthed Replace it Wait until the equipment has stopped completely before using it for a new job

F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6

Dissipator temp.

Motor temp.

The motor temperature is too high

Maximum voltage

The voltage is too high

Minimum voltage

The voltage is too low

Earth connection

The earth connection is disconnected or non-existent

F7 F8

Pressure sensor missing Automatic switch-off during circulation phase (15 minutes)

The pressure sensor is damaged or not fitted The equipment is in cleaning mode

D TRANSPORT AND UNPACKING


The packed parts should be handled as indicated in the symbols and markings on the outside of the packing. Before installing the equipment, ensure that the area to be used is large enough for such purposes, is properly lit and has a clean, smooth floor surface. The user is responsible for the operations of unloading and handling and should use the maximum care so as not to damage the individual parts or injure anyone. To perform the unloading operation, use only qualified and trained personnel (truck and crane operators, etc.) and also suitable hoisting equipment for the weight of the installation or its parts. Follow carefully all the safety rules. The personnel must be equipped with the necessary safety clothing. The manufacturer will not be responsible for the unloading operations and transport to the workplace of the machine. Check the packing is undamaged on receipt of the equipment. Unpack the machine and verify if there has been any damage due to transportation. In case of damage, call immediately LARIUS and the Shipping Agent. All the notices about possible damage or anomalies must arrive timely within 8 days at least from the date of receipt of the plant through Registered Letter to the Shipping Agent and to LARIUS. The disposal of packaging materials is a customers competence and must be performed in accordance with the regulations in force in the country where the plant is installed and used. It is nevertheless sound practice to recycle packaging materials in an environment-friendly manner as much as possible.

THOR

E SAFETY RULES
English
The employer shall train its employees about all those risks stemming from accidents, about the use of safety devices for their own safety and about the general rules for accident prevention in compliance with international regulations and with the laws of the country where the plant is used. The behaviour of the employees shall strictly comply with the Accident prevention AND ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL regulations in force in the country where the plant is installed and used. Read carefully and entirely the following instructions before using the product. Please save these instructions in a safe place. The unauthorised tampering/replacement of one or more parts composing the machine, the use of accessories, tools, expendable materials other than those recommended by the manufacturer can be a danger of accident. The manufacturer will be relieved from tort and criminal liability. KEEP YOUR WORK PLACE CLEAN AND TIDY. DISORDER WHEREYOU ARE WORKING CREATES A POTENTIAL RISK OF ACCIDENTS. ALWAYS KEEP PROPER BALANCE AVOIDING UNUSUAL STANCE. BEFORE USING THE TOOL, ENSURE THERE ARE NOT DAMAGED PARTS AND THE MACHINE CAN WORK PROPERLY. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT SAFETY AND THE REGULATIONS IN FORCE. Keep those who are not responsible for the equipment out of the work area.. NEVER exceed the maximum working pressure indicated. NEVER point the spray gun at yourselves or at other people. THE CONTACT WITH THE CASTING CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURIES. In case of injuries caused by the gun casting, seek immediate medical advice specifying the type of the product injected. Never undervalue a wound caused by the injection of a fluid. Always DISCONNECT THE SUPPLY AND release the pressure in the circuit before performing any check or part replacement of the equipment. NEVER MODIFY ANY PART IN THE EQUIPMENT. CHECK REGULARLY THE COMPONENTS OF THE SYSTEM. REPLACE THE PARTS DAMAGED OR WORN. Tighten and check all the fittings for connection between pump, flexible hose and spray gun before using the equipment. Always use the flexible hose supplied with standard kit. THE USE OF ANY ACCESSORIES OR TOOLING OTHER THAN THOSE RECOMMENDED IN THIS MANUAL, MAY CAUSE DAMAGE OR INJURE THE OPERATOR. The fluid contained in the flexible hose can be very dangerous. Handle the flexible hose carefully. Do not pull the flexible hose to move the equipment. Never use a damaged or a repaired flexible HOSE. The high speed of travel of the product in the hose can create static electricity through discharges and sparks. It is suggested to earth the equipment. The pump is earthed through the earth cable of the supply. The gun is earthed through the high pressure flexible hose. All the conductors near the work area must be earthed. NEVER SPRAY OVER FLAMMABLE PRODUCTS OR SOLVENTS IN CLOSED PLACES. NEVER USE THE TOOLING IN PRESENCE OF POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE GAS.

Always check the product is compatible with the materials composing the equipment (pump, spray gun, flexible hose and accessories) with which it can come into contact. Never use paints or solvents containing halogen hydrocarbons (as the methylene chloride). If these products come into contact with aluminium parts can provoke dangerous chemical reactions with risk of corrosion and explosion.

THOR
It is recommended to use the hose provided with the standard kit (ref.18036). NEVER use a damaged or a repaired flexible hose.
F2

English

IF THE PRODUCT TO BE USED IS TOXIC, AVOID INHALATION AND CONTACT BY USING PROTECTION GLOVES, GOGGLES AND PROPER FACE SHIELDS.

TAKE PROPER SAFETY MEASURES FOR THE PROTECTION OF HEARING IN CASE OF WORK NEAR THE PLANT.

Electrical safety precautions Check the switch is on the "OFF" position before connecting the cable to the mains. Never carry a plugged-in equipment. Disconnect the equipment before storing it and before performing any maintenance operation or replacing of accessories. Do not carry the equipment neither unplug it by pulling the electric cable. Protect the cable from heat, oil and sharp edges. When the tool is used outdoors, use only an extension cable suited for outdoor use and so marked.
F1

F3

Never attempt to tamper with the calibre of instruments. CHECK ON POWER SUPPLY Take care when the pumping rod is moving. Stop the machine whenever someone is within its vicinity. Repairs of the electrical equipment should only be carried out by skilled personnel, otherwise considerable danger to the user may result. Make sure that the electrical system is earthed and complies with regulations.

F SETTING-UP
CONNECTION OF THE FLEXIBLE HOSE TO THE GUN Connect the high pressure flexible hose (F1) to the pump (F2) and to the gun (F3), ensuring to tighten the fittings (the use of two wrenches is suggested). NEVER use sealants on fittings threads. It is ADVISED to mount a high pressure manometer at the pump outlet (see on page Accessories) to read the product pressure.

Check the mains voltage corresponds to the equipments rating.

10

THOR
THOR
1006

MADE IN ITALY
Code Year

WWW.LARIUS.COM
Serial number

Voltage

English

20705

230Vac 50Hz 2.8Kw

PRESSIONE MASSIMA 230 bar MAX PRESSURE 3335 PSI

F4

The supply cable is provided without plug. Use a plug which guarantees the plant earthing. Only a technician or a skilled person should perform the connection of the plug to the electric cable.

To avoid electric shock when disassembling or checking the electronic equipment, wait 5 minutes after having disconnected the power supply cable, so that the electricity stored in the condensers while working can be dissipated. Also check the condition of the earth cable to avoid any risk of shock. Before carrying out any checks on the machine (maintenance, cleaning, or replacing parts) switch off the machine and wait until it has stopped altogether. While checking stay away from electrical or moving parts to avoid any risk of shock or crushing of hands.

Should anyone use an extension cable between the tooling and the socket, it must have the same characteristics as the cable supplied (minimum diameter of the wire 4 mm2) with a maximum length of 50 mt. Higher lengths and lower diameters can provoke excessive voltage falls and also an anomalous working of the equipment. THOR equipment is fitted with an additional external earth cable that is connected to the stem on the pump unit be means of a specific clamp (F4), in order to protect the operator against any risk of static or electric shock.

WARNING : DO NOT modify the plug for the earth socket in any way. ONLY use electrical connections that are earthed. Make sure that any earth extension cords are in good condition. ONLY use three-core extension cables. Avoid direct contact with the rain. Keep the equipment in a dry place.

11

THOR

CONNECTION OF THE TOOLING TO THE POWER SUPPLY

English

Lift the suction unit and immerse it in the bucket that contains the washing liquid. Connect the clamp to an earthing point.

Before connection up the power supply to the equipment, make sure that the electrical system is earthed and complies with regulations.

Make sure that the clamp (F4) provided is positioned correctly, in order to earth the pump unit in the equipment properly. Check the switch (F5) is on the "OFF" (0) position before connecting the cable to the mains. Place the pressure control knob (F6) on the MIN position (turn counterclockwise).

F5

OFF


F3

Ensure the gun (F3) is without nozzle.

Press the switch (F5) of the equipment ON (I).


F6 F5

ON

WASHING OF THE NEW EQUIPMENT The equipment has already been adjusted at our factory with light mineral oil left inside the pumping group as protection. Therefore, wash with diluent before sucking the product.

12

THOR
Turn the pressure setting knob (F6) clockwise to the CIRCULATION & WASHING position (drop symbol).
F8

English

F7

Circulation and washing

F6

Absolutely avoid to spray solvents indoors. In addition, it is recommended to keep away from the pump in order to avoid the contact between the solvent fumes and the electric motor. For disposing of the washing liquid, see the requirements laid down in the Standards in force in the country in which the equipment is used and act accordingly. The Client is solely responsible for any irregular action taken before, during, or after disposing of washing liquid, or in interpreting and applying the current Standards in this regard. Now the machine is ready. When water-based paint has been used, in addition to washing using the cleaning liquid, we recommend washing with soapy water and then clean water.

MIN

MAX

Hold the spray gun against the edge of the metal contained (F7). Point the spray gun into the collection container (F7) and hold the trigger down (in order to expel the oil contained) until clean liquid flows out. Now, release the trigger. Use a metal container (F7). To avoid any risk of electric shock connect the collection container to a surface that is earthed (e.g. concrete) and not to surfaces that will insulate the container from the earth. Remove the suction hose and remove the bucket of cleaning liquid. Now point the spray gun (F8) into the container (F7) and press the trigger to recover any cleaning liquid left.

PREPARING THE PRODUCT MAKE SURE THE PRODUCT IS SUITABLE TO BE USED WITH AN AIRLESS SPRAY GUN. Mix and filter the product before using it. Make sure the product to be used is compatible with the materials employed for manufacturing the equipment (stainless steel and aluminium). Because of that, please contact the supplier of the product.

As the pump idles, press the OFF (0) switch (F5) to stop the tooling. When this is complete, release the trigger.

13

THOR
Never use products containing halogen hydrocarbons (as methylene chloride). If these products come into contact with aluminium parts of the equipment, can provoke dangerous chemical reactions with risk of explosion. REMOVE THE FILTER (F9) FOR DENSE PRODUCTS. Dip the suction pipe (G1) into the product tank.

English

G1

NO
F9

Version with flexible hose (G2)

G WORKING
START OF THE WORKING OPERATIONS Make sure that the electrical system is earthed and complies with regulations. Make sure that the earth clamp is positioned correctly to ensure a safe earth on the pump unit.

G2

Use the tooling after performing all the SETTING UP operations above described.

14

THOR
Open the recycling tap (G3).
G3

English

Open

G5

Press the switch (G4) ON (I) of the equipment.

Circulation and washing

G4

ON

MIN

MAX

Make sure that the product circulates through the circulation hose (G6). Close the circulation tap (G3).

Closed

G3

G6

Turn the pressure setting knob (G5) clockwise to the CIRCULATION & WASHING position (drop symbol).

The machine continues to suck up product until it has filled the hose as far as the spray gun, after which it will automatically stop when the set pressure is reached.

15

THOR
SPRAY ADJUSTMENT

English

Slowly turn clockwise the pressure control knob (G5) to reach the pressure value in order to ensure a good atomization of the product.

Never point the spray gun at yourselves or at other people. The contact with the casting can cause serious injuries. In case of injuries caused by the gun casting, seek immediate medical advice specifying the type of the product injected.

Safety valve: when working at the maximum pressure available, releasing the gun trigger sudden increases of pressure can occur. In this case, the safety valve (G6) opens automatically eliminating part of the product from the recirculating tube (G7). Then it closes so as to go back to the first working conditions. The valve (G6) serves two purposes: Safety: It opens the passage at pressure peaks exceeding 280-300 bar; Regulation: It returns the working pressure to 250 bar and levels out the hydraulic operating hysteresis.
G6

G5

An irregular and marked spray on the sides indicates a low working pressure. On the contrary, a too high pressure causes a high fog (overspray) and waste of product.

In order to avoid overthickness of paint, let the gun advance sideways (right-left) when spraying.

G7

Always paint with regular parallel bands coats. Keep a safety and constant distance between the gun and the support to be painted and also keep yourselves perpendicular to it.

H CLEANING AT THE END OF THE WORK


CLEANING FOR SOLVENT-BASED PRODUCTS Make sure that the electrical system is earthed and complies with regulations.

16

THOR
Reduce pressure to the minimum (turn counterclockwise the pressure control knob (H1)). Press the switch (H2) placed on the box of the electric motor, to stop the equipment. Hold the spray gun trigger down.

English

Open the circulation tap (H3) to discharge the pressure in the circuit.
H3

H2

OFF

Open

Lift the suction hose and replace the bucket containing the product with a bucket of cleaning liquid (make sure it is compatible with the product you are using). Unscrew the nozzle on the spray gun (remember to clean it with cleaning liquid). Press the switch (H2) ON (I) of the equipment.

H2

ON

H1

17

THOR
Turn the pressure setting knob (H1) clockwise to the CIRCULATION & WASHING position (drop symbol). Close the circulation tap (H3).

English

Closed

H3


H1

Point the spray gun (H4) into the container (H5) used to collect the cleaning liquid and hold the trigger down to expel any product remaining, until clean liquid flows out. Now, release the trigger.

Circulation and washing

Hold the spray gun against the edge of the metal contained (H5). Use a metal container (H5). To avoid any risk of electric shock connect the collection container to a surface that is earthed (e.g. concrete) and not to surfaces that will insulate the container from the earth.

MIN

MAX

Make sure that the product circulates through the circulation hose. Make sure that the machine sucks in clean washing liquid. Allow the cleaning liquid to discharge into another container and do not mix it with the cleaning liquid still to be used. We recommend circulating the cleaning liquid for at least 15 minutes.

H4

H5

For disposing of the washing liquid, see the requirements laid down in the Standards in force in the country in which the equipment is used and act accordingly. The Client is solely responsible for any irregular action taken before, during, or after disposing of washing liquid, or in interpreting and applying the current Standards in this regard.

18

THOR
Lift the suction hose and remove the bucket of cleaning liquid. Now point the spray gun (H4) into the container (H5) and press the trigger to recover any cleaning liquid left. In case of long storage, we recommend you to suck and to leave light mineral oil inside the pumping group and the flexible hose. Follow the washing procedure before using again the equipment. Take the cleaning liquid and store it in suitable containers.

English

H4

H5

Make sure that the machine sucks in clean washing liquid. Allow the cleaning liquid to discharge into another container and do not mix it with the cleaning liquid still to be used. We recommend circulating the cleaning liquid for at least 15 minutes.

Disassemble the safety setting valve (H6) and the hose (H7), clean thoroughly, and reassemble everything in the reverse order compared to disassembly.

As the pump idles, press the OFF (0) switch (H2) to stop the tooling.

H2

OFF

H7

H6

19

THOR
Refit the valve and tighten the upper part (H6) completely. Press the switch (H2) placed on the box of the electric motor, to stop the equipment.

English

H2 H6

OFF

When washing heavy products (such as gypsum, etc.), we recommend washing with running water that is not stored, in order to avoid deposits inside the equipment.

CLEANING FOR WATER-BASED PRODUCTS Make sure that the electrical system is earthed and complies with regulations. Reduce pressure to the minimum (turn counterclockwise the pressure control knob (H1)). Hold the spray gun trigger down. Open the circulation tap (H3) to discharge the pressure in the circuit.
H3

Open

H1

20

THOR
Lift the suction hose and replace the bucket of product with an empty bucket (H8). Connect a rubber hose (H9) to a water tap (H10) and fill the bucket (H8). Position an empty bucket to collect the water (H11) under the circulation hose (H12). Press the switch (H2) su ON (I) ON (I) and turn a little the pressure control knob (H1) clockwise so as the machine works till the motor starts.

English

H2

ON
H10

H1

H9

H12

H11

H8

21

THOR
Run the pumps washing cycle until clean water flows out of the circulation hose (H12). Close the circulation tap (H3).

H2

English

OFF
Closed

H3

Remove the suction hose and the rubber hose (H9) and take away the bucket of water (H8). Now point the spray gun (H4) into the container (H5) and press the trigger to recover any cleaning liquid left. In case of long storage, we recommend you to suck and to leave light mineral oil inside the pumping group and the flexible hose. Follow the washing procedure before using again the equipment.
H4

If the equipment is to be stopped for a lengthy period of time, carry out the cleaning operations described previously, according to the type of product used. In case of short stoppages, suck in some water and leave the pump unit in the bucket (H8) for a few minutes.

H5

I ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
CHECK ON THE PACKING NUT The gaskets do not need adjusting. The ring nut is only used to fit and remove gaskets and for topping up the oil. Always disconnect the electrical supply and discharge the pressure in the pump unit (open the discharge valve) before carrying out any maintenance. Wait 30 seconds before proceeding with maintenance operations to allow any residual electricity to be discharged.

As the pump idles, press the OFF (0) switch (H2) su OFF (0) to stop the tooling.

22

THOR
Use the lubricant (I1) provided (ref. 16325) to make it easier to slide the piston inside the seal pack and to substitute the air with oil. At the start of each working day check that the ring nut is full of hydraulic oil (Ref. 16325). This oil makes it easier for the piston to slide and prevents any material that escapes via the seal gasket drying when the equipment is stopped. Oil ring CHECKING THE HEAT EXCHANGE RADIATOR Always keep the heat exchange radiator (I4) on the electronic control box clean, in order to guarantee correct heat exchange with the ambient air. We suggest cleaning using a jet of compressed air.

English

I4

I1

Ref. 16325

CHECKING THE SEAL GASKET (O-RING) The ring nut (I2) must be tightened all the way. Every 100 working hours, with the pressure at 0 bar, check that it is tightened all the way. The pin (I3) supplied (Ref. 20144) is used to tighten and open the pump unit locking ring nut, which must always be tight to act as a locknut. Check that no material is escaping from the safety hole (I5) at the bottom of the protective container. If necessary, replace the O-Ring for the pressure sensor.
I5

I2

Ref. 20144 Closing/opening pin


I3

23

THOR

L PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS


English Problem
The equipment does not start

Cause
Lack of voltage; Considerable drops in mains voltage; On/Off switch disconnected; Breakdown of pressure transmitter; Breakdown of motor electric control box; The line of material coming out of the pump is already under pressure; The product is solidified inside the pump;

Solution
Check the correct connection to the power supply; Check the extension cable; Ensure the On/Off switch is on the on position and turn clockwise the pressure control knob; Verify and replace it, if necessary; Verify and replace it, if necessary; Open the drain valve to release pressure in the circuit; Open the drain valve to release pressure in the circuit and stop the machine. Disassemble the pumping group and the pressure transmitter and clean; Clean or replace it; Replace it with a larger-mesh filter (with very dense products, remove the filter); Check the suction pipe; Add the product; Check the suction pipe; Close the drain valve; Replace the gaskets; Disassemble the pumping group; Replace it with a smaller one; Dilute the product, if possible; Replace it with a larger-mesh filter; Clean or replace it; Dilute the product, if possible; Replace it with a larger-mesh filter; Replace it; Replace the gaskets; Disassemble the pumping group and clean; Verify and replace it, if necessary; Replace the O-Ring.

The equipment does not suck the product

Suction filter clogged; Suction ilter too fine; The equipment sucks air; Lack of product; The equipment sucks air; The drain valve is open; The gaskets of the pumping group are worn; Suction or delivery valve dirty; Nozzle too big or worn; The product is too dense; The filter of the gun-butt is too fine; The nozzle is partially clogged; The product is too dense; The filter of the gun-butt is too fine; The nozzle is worn; The gaskets of the pumping group are worn; Suction or delivery valve dirty; Drain valve defective; Material leaking from the O-Ring.

The equipment sucks but does not reach the pressure desired

When pressing the trigger, the pressure lowers considerably The pressure is normal but the product is not atomized

The atomization is imperfect When releasing the trigger of the gun, the equipment does not stop (the motor runs slowly and the piston rod keeps on going up and down) Material escaping from the cap

Always close the air compressed supply and unload the plant pressure before performing any check or replacement of pump parts (see "correct procedure of decompression").

24

THOR

M CORRECT PROCEDURE OF DECOMPRESSION


English
Make sure that the electrical system is earthed and complies with regulations. Zero the pressure regulator knob. Move the switch (M1) to the OFF (0) position to stop the equipment.
M4

Open the discharge tap (M2) to discharge the residual pressure, always turning it anticlockwise. Point the gun at the tank (M3) of the product and press the trigger to release pressure. At the end of the operation, insert the gun clamp (M4).

M1

Clamp inserted

OFF
Clamp released

M3 M2

WARNING : If the equipment is still under pressure after performing the operations above described because of the nozzle or the flexible hose clogged, proceed as follows: Loosen very slowly the gun nozzle. Release the clamp. Point the gun at the container of the product and press the trigger to release pressure. Loosen very slowly the fitting of connection from the flexible hose to the gun. Clean or replace the flexible hose and the nozzle.

25

THOR

N REPLACEMENT OF THE PUMPING GROUPS GASKETS


English
Each time you use the machine, check for material leaking from the top of the ring nut. If any material leaks out when the pump is working at the set pressure, proceed as follows: Carry out this operation after cleaning the tooling.
N6

Ref. 20213
N5

Always disconnect the power supply and release pressure before going on with the operations (follow the correct procedure of decompression).

The gaskets are self-adjusting. If a leak occurs they must be replaced. Disconnect the product feed hose (N1) from the pump unit by unscrewing the nut (N2). Unscrew the fixing ring nut (N3) using the relevant closing pin (Ref. 20144).

Using a screwdriver (N7), turn the motor (N8) till the piston rod is on its stroke lowest point.

N7

N8

N1

N2

N3

Ref. 20144 Remove the plastic cover (N4) and screw the tool supplied (N5) (Ref. 20213) into the threaded hole in the seal pin (N6).

Remove the pin (N6) from its seating.

N5 N4

Unscrew the pump unit (N9) from its housing, as indicated.

26

THOR
Lower seal Remove the piston stem (N10) and remove the pump unit sleeve (N11);

English

N10

N9

Countersunk side

N11

PIT STOP MAINTENANCE Replacement of upper and lower gaskets 20 minutes. Grip the lower pump unit casing (N9) in a vice and unscrew it using a size 60 spanner;

N9

Grip the stem valve (N12) in a vice;

N12

27

THOR
Use a size 22 spanner to unscrew the lower stem (N13);
N13 N15

English

Unscrew the stem valve (N15) altogether, check the surface of the ball seating (N16) that comes into contact with the ball (N17). If worn, replace them;

Use a screwdriver to remove the two split ring gaskets (N14) and replace them;

N17 N16


N14

Use a screwdriver to remove the O-Ring (N18) and replace it making sure it is aligned correctly (as illustrated);

N18


N14 N14

Screw the valve stem (N15) (Ref. 20139) on again and tighten fully, gripping the valve in a vice. To tighten, use a 22 mm spanner;

N15

28

THOR
Upper seal Remove the ring nut (N19);

N22

English

N19

Use a screwdriver to remove the second O-Ring (N23) located under the O-Ring (N22) and insert a new O-Ring (N23) in the same position;

Remove the O-Ring (N20);


N23

N20

Positioning the ring (N22) requires particular care during refitting. Assist insertion by applying leverage to the outside of the ring (N22), pushing from the outside inwards and helping the ring to lodge in the seating, while being careful not to damage the rings contact surfaces. Lubricate with grease before fitting.

Use a screwdriver to remove the O-Ring (N21), and replace it with a new one;
N21

N22

Use a screwdriver to remove the O-Ring (N22);

29

THOR
Remove the O-Rings (N24 and N27) from the foot valve (N25) and the O-Ring (N26) and replace if necessary. Refit the components in the correct order (as indicated in the photo);
N24

English

N19

N27

N26

N25

Remove the sleeve/cylinder seal (N28) and replace it with a new one;

The ball seating (N16) is countersunk on one side, where the ball (N17) must sit.

Countersunk

N28

N16

N17

Screw the seal ring nut (N19) on the pump unit again, without tightening it;

30

THOR
Grease the sleeve (N29) using a paintbrush;

English

N33

N32

Countersunk side of the sleeve

N29

Insert the sleeve (N29) into the lower pump unit (N30);

The pumping sleeve is countersunk (N31) at one end, simply to facilitate connecting with the stem gaskets. Be careful to apply the correct assembly sequence (see exploded diagram).

Screw on the complete foot valve (N25) with the sleeve assembly (N28); In order to guarantee a proper seal, tighten the foot valve (N25) fully, using a 60 mm spanner.

Insert the complete piston stem (N32) after greasing the gaskets (N33);
N28

N29

N31 N25

31

THOR
When refitting the pump unit on the machine, the stem must be at its highest point possible. Insert the stem into the connecting rod and insert the fixing pin (N6). Lubricate the upper crown (N37) using oil (N38) (Ref. 16325);

English

Oil ring
N37

N6

N38

Ref. 16325

Tighten the pump casing all the way and, if the delivery pipe is not correctly aligned, unscrew the pump casing until the connection is in the correct position before tightening by using the ring nut (N34) and the pin (N35) supplied (ref. 20144).

Refit the inspection barrier (N39);

Ref. 20144 Closing/opening pin


N35

N39

N34

Close the seal ring nut (N36) all the way.

To assemble all the parts in the correct sequence, see the exploded diagram on page 36.

N36

32

SPARE PARTS
motor O Electric V page 44 electro-mechanical unit O Complete page 34 control device O Pressure S page 40

English

control - exploded view O Electrical U page 43

O Accessories W page 45 O Carriage T page 42

O P
and circulation unit for standard O Suction R products page 39 pump unit for stanO Short Q dard products page 38

Complete long pump unit page 36

Dense products

Standard products

English

26

21

22

27 4 24 1 5

35

34

14

20

32 5 14 6 7 4 23 28 29

18

15

19

16

25

THOR

17

O COMPLETE ELECTRO-MECHANICAL UNIT

34
9 7 6 13 12 11 10

33

8 30

THOR

Pos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Code 20241 37177 34009 20250 20253 20254 20257 69107 20258 20259 20262 20263 20210 20264 20265 20266 5378 20211

Description Electric motor 220V 50Hz Screws Washer Complete bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Screw M10x80 Toothed driving assembly Cam assembly Complete connecting rod Positioning spring Pump unit pivot Centring pin Guide bushing Scraper Screw Inspection hatch

Q.ty 1 4 8 2 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1, 1 2 1

Pos. 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

Code 20212 69011 20202 20267 20268 20270 20214 20215 34020 20272 20216 20514 81033 20245 20285 20278 30274

Description Tin plate door Screw Reduction unit cover Cover assembly Screw Greasing unit Fixing ring Front sticker Rivet Shackle with square head core Plating guard Spacer bushing Flat 10 washer Screw M4x10 O-Ring Pin Warning label

Q.ty

English

1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 6 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1

35

THOR

P COMPLETE LONG PUMP UNIT


English
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.
27 26 24 31 25 24 29 17 23 16 22 9 1

28

18

15 21 13 14 20 13 12 11 8 7 6 5 4 30 9

19

Countersunk side

10 32

36

THOR

Pos. 1 , 2 3 4 5, 6 7 8 9 10 , 10 , 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Code 20100 , 20101 20130 19296 20131 95029/1 20149 19273 20132 20133 , 20145 , 20134 16120 20135 20136 20105 20106 20107

Description Complete long pump unit for heavy products Suction filter Assembled valve Seal O-ring Ball seat Closing ball Ball guide O-ring Foot valve assembly for heavy products Foot valve assembly for standard products Stem valve assembly Ball Lower seal bands Lower gasket Lower stem Seal Upper stem

Q.ty 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 , 1 , 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

Pos. 18 18 , 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 , 28 , 29 30 31 32

Code 20137 20146 , 20108 20109 20110 20111 20112 20138 20139 20113 20114 20140 , 20147 , 95230/1 81106 20122 20144

Description Stem assembly, heavy products Stem assembly, standard products Sleeve Sleeve-cylinder seal Lower pump unit casing Seal Upper pump unit casing Upper guide band Upper gasket Sealing ring nut Tightening ring nut Sleeve assembly, heavy products Sleeve assembly, standard products Adapter Dowel O-Ring Pin

Q.ty

English

1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 3 1 1

37

THOR

Q SHORT PUMP UNIT FOR STANDARD PRODUCTS


English
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.

5 4 6

7 1

Pos. 1 , 2 3 4 5,

Code 20141 , 96099 19295 20148 19297

Description Short pump unit kit for standard products Seal sleeve Suction pipefitting Ball Ball guide

Q.ty , 1 1 1 1

Pos. 6 7 , 8 9

Code 20116 20142 , 20143 20172

Description Short stem Complete short pump unit for standard products Ball seating assembly 90 bend

Q.ty 1 1 , 1 1

38

THOR

R SUCTION AND CIRCULATION UNIT FOR STANDARD PRODUCTS


WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.

English

2 1

8 9

10

11 12

Pos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Code 3373 3387 18350 85012 20557 20555 20556

Description Reduction Union Dispersion bell Filter Recirculation tube Safety tube Suction tube

Q.ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Pos. 8 9 10 11 12

Code 20550 18377 18378 18353 18352 18351

Description

Q.ty

Recirculation tube + Safety tube + 1+1 +1 Suction tube 1 Reduction 1 Swivel connection 1 Tube 1 Scattering layer 1 Bell

39

THOR

S PRESSURE CONTROL DEVICE


English
1 33 27 26 25 24 23 22 3 21 37 4 5

20

19

30

38 2 18

7 19 8

31

31

18 17 32 10 11 36 34 13 9 40 6 39

12

12 35 14 28

15

16

28

29

40

THOR

Pos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Code 20400 20401 20457 20402 20450 20436 20452 20430 96255 20460 20418 20451 33035 20403 20412 18350 33006 33010 33005 95158

Description Complete unit Control stop Digital pressure switch Protection Cable fastener Screw 3/8 GJ cap with a.p. hexagonal head Screw Union AP Locking connection Safety discharge pipe Elbow AP Tap AP FF 1/2 lower ball Elbow assembly Discharge pipe Dispersion bell assembly Material outlet pipe fitting Seal Washer Nut

Q.ty 1 1 1 1 1 4 1

Pos. 21 ,22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Code 20423 3645 20459 8807 20458 20435 20417 34109 20455 33026 20514 33007 20413 20419 20445 8071 30439 20421 34020 20175

Description Complete safety valve assembly O-ring Valve casing + b. seating O-ring Closing pin assembly Yellow spring Valve cap Adapter Delivery pipe assembly Gasket Bush Seal Warning stickers Spacer ring 3/4 lever Seal Warning label Sealing ring Rivet 2,5 Technical data label

Q.ty 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1

English

2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 6 2

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

41

THOR

O T CARRIAGE
English
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required. Carriage at maximum height position

Carriage in compact position


2

6 8

Pos. 1 2 3 4

Code 20300 20301 95159 18914 20302

Description Complete carriage Carrying handle Pipe cap Bushing Carriage

Q.ty 1 2 2 1

Pos. 5 6 7 8

Code 18902 20305 20303 20304

Description Split pin Wheel stop washer Wheel 300 mm Pipe cap

Q.ty 2 2 2 2

42

THOR

U ELECTRICAL CONTROL O
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.

English

18 17 17

16

19

12

2 4

15

14 13 9 10 11 1 6

Rif. 20350 220V - 50Hz

Pos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Code 20350 5933 20355 20354 96028 20365 18483 18493 20352 8011

Description Complete electronic box Switch Panel Electronic box Screw M4x10 UNI 7687 Electronic board Rubber seal Tightening sheet Dissipator Anti-vibration washers

Q.ty 1 1 1 6 1 2 1 1 3

Pos. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Code 34009 34008 20340 20349 20345 81033 20351 20514 95158 16850

Description Schorr washer 8 Screw M8x20 UNI 5931 Transparent sheet Knob Screw M10x90 UNI 5931 Schorr washer Support plate Spacer bushing Nut M10 UNI 5588-65 Warning label

Q.ty 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 4 2 1

43

THOR

V ELECTRIC MOTOR
English
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.

DISCONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CHECKING OR REPLACING THE BRUSHES. Periodically check on the wear of the pinion (at least every 1000 working hours). Periodically check the perfect connection among all the electrical components (at least every 200 working hours). The length of the brush contact must be higher than 9 mm to guarantee a good working of the rotary group.

Code 20280 20281 20282


24 m m*

Description Brush 220V 50Hz Brush 110V 60Hz Brush holder plug
m**

Q.ty 4 4 4

9m

*Length of new brush

**Minimum length of the brush Replace

44

THOR

W ACCESSORIES
English
WARNING: Always indicate code and quantity for each part required.

Code 20101: FILTER

Code 11180: L91X 1/4" Code 11120: L91X M16x1,5

HIGH PRESSURE HOSE 3/8" - M16x1,5 max pressure 425 bar Code 18063: 7,5 mt Code 18064: 10 mt Code 18065: 15 mt

ANTISTATIC HOSE 3/16" - M16x1,5 max pressure 210 bar Code 6164: 5 mt Code 55050: 7,5 mt Code 35018: 10 mt

ANTIPULSATIONS 1/4" - M16x1,5 max pressure 250 bar Code 35013: 5 mt Code 35014: 7,5 mt Code 35017: 10 mt Code 18026: 15 mt

Code 18510: COMPENSATION HOSE 3/8 Lenght 15mt

45

THOR
Nozzles code
SFC07-20 SFC07-40 SFC09-20 SFC09-40 SFC11-20 SFC11-40 SFC13-20 SFC13-40 SFC13-60 SFC15-20 SFC15-40 SFC15-60 SFC17-20 SFC17-40 SFC17-60 SFC19-20 SFC19-40 SFC19-60 SFC21-20 SFC21-40 SFC21-60 SFC23-20 SFC23-40 SFC23-60 SFC25-20 SFC25-40 SFC25-60 SFC27-20 SFC27-40 SFC27-60 SFC27-80 SFC29-20 SFC29-40 SFC29-60 SFC29-80 SFC31-40 SFC31-60 SFC31-80 SFC33-40 SFC33-60 SFC33-80 SFC39-40 SFC39-60 SFC39-80 SFC43-40 SFC43-60 SFC43-80 SFC51-40 SFC51-60 SFC51-80

English

SUPER FAST-CLEAN

SUPER FAST-CLEAN TIP

Code 18280: GASKET Code 18270: SUPER FAST-CLEAN base UE 11/16x16

Code 147: HIGH PRESSURE GAUGE M16X1,5 Code 150: HIGH PRESSURE GAUGE GJ 1/4

Code 10156: SWIVEL CONNECTION FOR PLA 1/4" Code 10159: SWIVEL CONNECTION FOR PLA M16x1,5

Code 40109: COMPLETE REPAIRING KIT FOR PUMPING UNIT

46

THOR

KIT

English

KIT

Code 20170: FOOT VALVE SEAL KIT FOR HEAVY PRODUCTS

KIT

Code 20171: FOOT VALVE SEAL KIT FOR STANDARD PRODUCTS

KIT

Code 20173: COMPLETE GASKET KIT

Code 20174: SLEEVE-PISTON KIT

47

THOR

English

15

16

18

19

21 22 23

28 25 26 27

17 20 24

14 32

3 29 2

13

9 8 1

4 34 5

8 33

6 30 31

10 11

12

48

THOR

Pos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7, 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Code 20326 20329 20320 20321 20330 20322 20327 8385 34009 20303 20305 37403 20328 20325 20331 18664 20323 Tank Cover

Description

Q.ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 8 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2

Pos. 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

Code 20336 20333 20334 20332 91062 20337 21683 20335 20339 20338 20319 20324 19295 96099 18244 18243 3468 Spacer Idle roller

Description

Q.ty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

English

Carrying handle Male plug Gasket Female plug Trolley Screw Washer Wheel Wheel stop washer Cap Bag support bar Bag pressing assembly Right shoulder Bushing Bushing

Motor roller Left shoulder Screw Bushing Split pin Lever Bushing Crank handle Crank handle assembly Cover cap Union Seal Package pressing kit Complete tank 100Lt O-ring

49

THOR

English

GUN EXTENSION Art. 153: cm 30 -Art. 153: cm 40 Art. 155: cm 60 - Art. 158: cm 80 - Art. 156: cm 100

PLA
Art. K11446: PLA 450 bar cm 240 1/4 + base SFC Art. K11445: PLA 450 bar cm 240 16 x 1,5 + base SFC Art. K11441: PLA 450 bar cm 180 1/4 + base SFC Art. K11440: PLA 450 bar cm 180 16 x 1,5 + base SFC Art. K11436: PLA 450 bar cm 130 1/4 + base SFC Art. K11435: PLA 450 bar cm 130 16 x 1,5 + base SFC

Art. 16780: TELESCOPIC PAINT ROLLER complete with: n. 1 Roller with extra-long fiber n. 1 Roller with long fiber n. 1 Roller with medium fiber Flexible hose mt. 2 3/16 " M16x1,5

ELECTRIC MIXERS: Art. 217550: MX 850 - 850W Art. 217560: MX 1100 - 1080W Art. 217570: MX 1100E - 1080W

50

THOR

Z VERSIONS
English

Code 20705 , 20725 , 20700 , 20720 ,

Description Thor with rigid suction system without spraying accessories Thor with rigid suction system and spraying accessories Thor with flexible suction and recycling system without spraying accessories Thor with flexible suction and recycling system + spraying accessories

51

ELECTRIC PISTON PUMP

NEW EXCALIBUR top finish Rif. 18783

NEW EXCALIBUR on carriage Rif. 18776

DRAGON Rif. 30184

JOLLY Rif. 56501

ZEUS Rif. K35100

Manufacturer:

23801 CALOLZIOCORTE - LECCO - ITALY - Via Antonio Stoppani, 21 Tel. (39) 0341/62.11.52 - Fax (39) 0341/62.12.43 E-mail: larius@larius.com - Internet http://www.larius.com
DIRECT LINE

CUSTOMERS TECHNICAL SERVICE


Tel. (39) 0341/621256 Fax (39) 0341/621234