AIRLESS PAINT SPRAY GUN SAFETY/RISK/HAZARD

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AIRLESS PAINT SPRAY GUNSAFETY/RISK/HAZARD ASSESSMENTPLANT INFORMATIONNHG Ref/Part No.Plant ID:AIRSPRAYPlant Name:Airless Paint Spray GunOperator Competency:Plant Licence Not RequiredIt is the hirer’s responsibility to ensure that all operators arecompetent.Please refer to the User Guide and Operators Manual fordetailed Operating InstructionsPage 1 of 3AIRSPRAYNORTHERN HIRE GROUP PTY LTD134 Ogilvie Avenue, Echuca 3564(03) 5482 6262

RISK ASSESSMENT INFORMATIONPotential Hazard(s)Serious injury due to skin injection and/or contactRisk LevelHighSpray from the gun, hose leaks, or ruptured components can inject fluid into yourbody and although the injury may appear like a cut, it is an extremely serious injury,which can/may lead to the need for amputation. Splashing fluid in the eyes or onthe skin can also cause serious injury. Seek immediate medical attention.Control MeasuresWear appropriate safety clothing & equipment.Use in a spray booth where available.Keep all non-essential persons clear of the spray area. The exclusion zone should bemarked by clearly defined barriers, and consist of an area large enough for theparticles, fumes, etc., to disperse before reaching the barrier.Do not point the dispensing valve at anyone or any part of the body.Do not put hand or fingers over the spray tip.Do not stop or deflect fluid leaks with your hand, body, glove or rag.Do not ‘blow back’ fluid. This is NOT an air spray system.Always have the tip guard and the trigger guard in place when spraying.Ensure the gun trigger safety operates before spraying.Lock the gun/valve trigger safety whenever you stop spraying.Follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE whenever you:a)b)c)d)Are instructed to relieve pressureStop sprayingClean, check or service the equipmentInstall or clean the spray tipTighten all fluid connections before operating the equipment.Check the hoses, tubes and couplings daily. Replace worn, damaged, or loose partsimmediately. Permanent coupled hoses cannot be repaired; replace the entirehose.Have emergency spill equipment and procedures in place.Page 2 of 3AIRSPRAYNORTHERN HIRE GROUP PTY LTD134 Ogilvie Avenue, Echuca 3564(03) 5482 6262

Always clean according to the manufacturer’s instructions.Ill health due to exposure to toxic fluid/fumesRisk LevelHighControl MeasuresKnow the specific hazards of the fluid you are using. Read the manufacturerswarnings.Permanent ventilation to the outside atmosphere must be provided at all times.Store hazardous fluid in an approved container. Dispose of hazardous fluidsaccording to all local, state and national guidelines.Wear appropriate safety clothing & equipment. Eye protection is essential toensure you do not get overspray in your eyes.Fire and explosion hazardRisk LevelMedium/HighControl MeasuresGround the equipment and the object being sprayed.Provide adequate ventilation to avoid build-up of flammable fumes.Extinguish all open flames and pilot lights in, and in the immediate areasurrounding the spray area.Disconnect all unnecessary electrical equipment in the spray area.Keep the work area free of debris, including solvent, rags and fuels.Do no switch on any light switch in the spray area while operating or if there arefumes present.Do not smoke or ignite any other flammable materials in the spray area.Do not operate any fuel based engines in the spray area.If there is any static sparking during operation, cease spraying immediately andidentify and correct the problem.Page 3 of 3AIRSPRAYNORTHERN HIRE GROUP PTY LTD134 Ogilvie Avenue, Echuca 3564(03) 5482 6262

KEY OPERATING INSTRUCTIONSBefore setting up the airless sprayer for painting verify that everything is in good working order. Look overthe equipment for any potential safety concerns.Inspect:1. The airless hose for any bulges or breaks in the line.2. Your respirator is suitably rated for your selected material.3. All hose connections to make sure they are not damaged and are securely connected to the airlesssprayer.Setting up the Airless Sprayer to PaintAfter inspection, prime the fluid section of the sprayer. Airless sprayers will have a prime and spray settingor a valve that can be opened to initiate prime and closed to initiate spraying.To prepare the airless sprayer ready for painting, to place the pickup tube in the material to be sprayed andthe dump tube in an empty bucket or container. The dump tube should be in a separate container becauseany material that was in the pump from a previous job will be expelled when priming the pump.Make sure the sprayer is set to prime or the valve is opened to allow material to circulate through the fluidsection. Let the pump run until the new material can be seen coming from the dump tube.After material can be seen coming from the dump tube, set the sprayer to spray. This will begin buildingpressure out to your airless spray gun. Once the sprayer has stopped building pressure, begin to spray untilthe new material is coming out of your airless spray gun.Once the material is primed through the fluid section and to the spray gun, spray a test pass. The bestoption is to start with the pressure low and gradually increase the pressure until the break up of paint issufficient.The pressure is high enough when there are no lines at the edge of the pattern and the material is finelybroken up. If the material will not break up with the tip, either continue to increase pressure or try asmaller tip by selecting a tip with a smaller first and/or second number.Using an Airless Spray GunWhen airless spraying, hold the spray gun about 8 – 12 inches from the target and keep the airless spraygun facing perpendicular to the surface without arching. Each pass should overlap about 25 – 50% so thatthere is no gap between each pass. Continue doing this until the product is covered. If you notice runs inyour paint you either need to move faster or select a smaller tip opening to prevent excessive paint beingsprayed.Page 4 of 3AIRSPRAYNORTHERN HIRE GROUP PTY LTD134 Ogilvie Avenue, Echuca 3564(03) 5482 6262

Proper Airless Clean UpProper cleaning of the airless paint sprayer will depend on whether oil or water based materials wereused.If oil based, flush with the proper solvent based on the paint sprayedIf water based, just use water.Place the pick up tube in the proper cleaner and the dump tube to be placed in a separate bucket.Switch the pump to prime or open the valve until clear cleaner is flowing through the pump.Once the pump fluid section has been cleaned, switch the pump to spray.Ideally, remove the airless tip and guard with the pump off prior to beginning the clean out of the sprayer.The tip and guard should be placed in cleaner. By leaving the tip and guard off, there will be less pressurewhen spraying preventing any bounce back. Spray material through the airless hose until clean material isflowing from the airless spray gun.Please refer to the User Guide and Operators Manualfor detailed Operating InstructionsThe safety information contained in this assessment is general information only andshould not be relied upon as a substitute for professional advice or tuition, which thehirer should seek before operating.Page 5 of 3AIRSPRAYNORTHERN HIRE GROUP PTY LTD134 Ogilvie Avenue, Echuca 3564(03) 5482 6262

sprayer. Setting up the Airless Sprayer to Paint After inspection, prime the fluid section of the sprayer. Airless sprayers will have a prime and spray setting or a valve that can be opened to initiate prime and closed to initiate spraying. To prepare the airless sprayer ready for painting, to place the pickup tube in the material to be sprayed and

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