The Nitromax system needs to be setup correctly to maximize the operation and performance. Adjustment of temperature and pressure are critical for optimum benefits. Please follow the instructions below to setup your paint gun and heater for the type of liquids being applied.
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT Press A/T button – press once to change the last digit, press twice to change second (middle) digit Press UP or DOWN arrows until the desired temperature is reached Press SET to save temperature.
Temperature Adjustment – Airless Welder The temperature adjustment on the left hand side of the machine operates with an on/off switch and incorporated temperature adjuster knob. Ensure that the airless welder is in the cradle when not in use. Clockwise – Increase temp Ant Clockwise – Decrease temp. Temperature Adjustment – Hot N2 Welder Clockwise – Increase temp Anti Clockwise – decrease temp. Adjust temperature as per the melting point of the material being welded. Pre heat with compressed air if N2 tanks are used. ALWAYS ALLOW HOT AIR WELDER TO COOL DOWN BEFORE SHUTTING OFF N2 OR COMPRESSED AIR. Remember the following for an ideal weld: Set correct Temperature Hold rod at the correct Angle Apply enough Pressure to gently allow the rod to fill into the substrate being welded.
SUBSTRATE MELTING TEMPERATURES
Code Plastic Melting Temp °C ABS Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene 350 ABS/PC Polymer alloy of above 350 PA Polyamide (Nylon) 400 PBT Polybutylene Terephtalate (POCAN) 350 PC Polycarbonate 350 PE Polyethylene 300 PP Polypropylene 300 PUR Polyurethane (Not all PUR is weldable) PVC Polyvinyl Chloride 300 GRP/SMC Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastics isNot weldable