Introduction / Safety advice
Air paint spray gun PDFP 500 A1
We congratulate you on the purchase of your new
device. You have chosen a high quality product. The
instructions for use are part of the product. They
contain important information concerning safety,
use and disposal. Before using the product, please
familiarise yourself with all of the safety information
and instructions for use. Only use the unit as described
and for the specified applications. If you pass the
product on to anyone else, please ensure that you
also pass on all the documentation with it.
This compressed air-operated device is only intended
for the application / spraying of solvent-containing
and water-dilutable paints, glazes, primers, varnishes,
automotive topcoats, stains, wood preservatives,
pesticides, oils and disinfectants. The device is not
suitable for working with dispersion and latex paints,
alkalis, acidic coating materials, granular and par-
ticulate spraying material or injection and non-drip
materials. Any other use or modification shall be
deemed to be improper use and could give rise to
considerable risk of accident. We will not accept li-
ability for loss or damage arising from improper use.
The device is intended for private, domestic use only.
Features and Fittings
Lid of the gravity flow cup
Gravity flow cup
Stroke stop screw (paint quantity regulation)
Regulator for round / broad jet
Compressed air connection
Regulator for air quantity control
Interior screw thread (flow cup)
Scope of Delivery
1 Air paint spray gun PDFP 500 A1
1 Gravity flow cup
1 Lid for the gravity flow cup
1 Cleaning brush
1 Operating Instructions
Required air quality:
Gravity flow cup:
Recommended viscosity: 15 DIN / sec.
Sound pressure level:
Sound power level:
Values determined in accordance with EN 14462
safety advice and instructions.
Failure to observe the safety advice
and instructions could result in serious injury and /
or damage to property.
Keep all the safety advice and instructions
in a safe place for future reference!
RISK OF RECOIL FORCES!
High working pressures can give rise to recoil
forces that under certain conditions can result
in danger from continuous loading.
DANGER OF SUFFOCA-
TION! Working with nitrogen presents
purified, free of conden-
sate and oil
max. 380 l / min
max. 3 bar
typically 130–160 ml / min
Ø 1.4 mm
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