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CURTIS DYNA FOG, Ltd.

Innovators of Spraying and Fogging Technology Since 1947


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MODEL 1200
SERIES 7
Instruction Manual For:

Installation, Operation, and Maintenance

Table of Contents
SPECIFICATIONS
DESCRIPTION.
WORKING PRINCIPLE...
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Engine Fuel.
5
Burner Fuel.
5
Fogging
5
Operating Temperature
5
Engine.
5
Machine Operation.
5
Wind
6
Children...
6
SYSTEMS DIAGRAM.
MAJOR COMPONENTS DIAGRAM.
PREPARING THE MACHINE FOR OPERATION
Engine..
9
Battery..
10
Injection Nozzle
11
Installation
12
Selecting A Formulation..
12
Pre-Fogging Checklist.
13
OPERATION..
Starting.
15
Ignition of the Combustion Chamber..
16
Fogging
17
Stopping...
18
Clean-Up..
18
MAINTENANCE
General Maintenance
19
Maintenance Schedule.
19
Flushing
19
Battery..
19
Formulation Filters..
20
Formulation Pump
20
Formulation Solenoids.
20
Formulation Injection Nozzle..
21
Oil Heater...
21
Fuel Filters.
21
Heater Gun Assembly
22
Belts and Sheaves..
23
Generator
23
Brushes..
24
Commutator..
24
ELECTRICAL CONTROLS.
Delayed Solenoid Valve
24
Drain Solenoid Valve
24
Fog Solenoid Valve..
24
High/Low Solenoid Valve.
24
Thermocouple
24
Thermal Controller
24
TROUBLE ISOLATION AND CORRECTION..
PARTS IDENTIFICATION PHOTOS.
PARTS IDENTIFICATION LIST
2

3
4
4
5

7
8
9

14

19

24

25
27-41
42-44

SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL 1200, SERIES 7
Insecticide Output
Weight (empty)
Weight (full)
Length (w/nozzle)
Length (w/o nozzle)
Width
Height
Gasoline Engine
Tank Capacity
Heater Tank Capacity
Fog Particle Size
Shipping Data:
WxHxL
Weight
Volume

15 - 120 Gal./Hr.
467 lbs.
620 lbs.
79 in.
55 in.
35 in.
32 in.
9 HP, Overhead Valve
5 Qts.
15 Gal. (5 Hrs.)
10 100 Microns
43x43x60.5 (in.)
614 lbs.
64.7 cu. Ft.

57 - 454 Liter/Hr.
211.8 Kg
281 Kg
199 cm
139 cm
138 cm
126 cm
4.76 Liters
56.8 Liters (5 Hrs.)
109x109x153.7 (cm)
278.5 Kg.
1.8 cu. M.

Covered by one or more of the following patents:


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Canada: 762,939.
Other U.S. and Foreign Patents Pending

Manufactured By:
CURTIS DYNA-FOG, Ltd.
P.O. Box 297
Westfield, Indiana, U.S.A.

TO THE NEW OWNER


Curtis Dyna-Fog Machines are the worlds finest insecticide fog generators, built to precision standards.
With reasonable care and maintenance, this efficient mechanism will provide many hours of service. For best results,
this fog generator must be operated and maintained in compliance with these instructions.

CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE FACTORY


In all correspondence concerning the customers machine and in ordering parts, the customer must refer to the
model and serial number of his machine. This information is found on the nameplate attached to the frame of the
machine.

DESCRIPTION
The Dyna-Fog 1200 Series 7 Fog Generator employs the concept of the automatic fuel oil heater to generate
hot gases flowing at high velocity. The heated high velocity gases vaporize the formulation and discharge it to the
atmosphere where it is condensed rapidly causing negligible formulation breakdown. This machine is intended for
outdoor use only. Use of this machine in any confined space may create hazardous conditions leading to a fire or
explosion.

WORKING PRINCIPLE
A nine horsepower, four cycle gasoline engine is used to belt drive the blower of the fuel oil burner, the
formulation pump and the 120 Volt A.C., 60 Hz 1000 Watt Generator. The oil burner pump is directly driven from the
blower shaft.
The burner fuel is drawn from the supply tank on the machine by the burner fuel pump through filters and
forced at high pressure through the oil-atomizing nozzle. Forced air from the burner blower is mixed with the fuel as it
enters the combustion chamber. The fuel air mixture is then ignited by an electric spark between two electrodes, which
operate at 10,000 volt potential across the gap.
The flame and gases from the burning oil and the excess air provided by the blower are baffled within the
combustion chamber. The hot exhaust blast is passed through a directional discharge nozzle. Two thermal sensors are
located at the outlet end of the combustion chamber. One of these sensors is connected to the electronic temperature
controller (heat) and to the temperature meter located on the remote control box. The temperature meter provides a
visual indication of correct operating temperature. A second thermal sensor provides an input to a second electronic
controller (fog), which is also located in the remote control box. This second electronic controller prevents the injection
of the formulation when the temperature at the outlet is improper.
The belt-driven pump draws the formulation from the tank and develops pressure at the input to the
formulation solenoid valves. When commanded by the controls, the formulation valves open and the formulation is
forced through the injection nozzle. Formulation in excess of that being injected is returned to the formulation tank
through the pressure relief valve causing constant agitation of the formulation. The pressure relief valve also maintains
operating pressure from the no output to the full-output condition by bypassing excess formulation back to the
formulation supply tank.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE.
1. Engine Fuel. This machine uses gasoline as the fuel for the internal combustion engine and all precautions
commonly applying to this volatile fuel should be observed. Be careful not to spill fuel over the machine, but if it
occurs, wipe it off and allow evaporation time before starting the machine. GASOLINE ON THE MACHINE OR
SPILLED IN THE IMMEDIATE AREA IS HAZARDOUS. Do not attempt to put fuel in the machine while the
machine is still running.
2. Burner Fuel. This machine is designed to use No. 1 or No. 2 Fuel Oil in the burner located just inside the
Combustion Chamber. Considerable care should be taken not to confuse the supply of gasoline for the engine with the
supply of fuel oil for the burner. When these are both carried on the operating vehicle, they should be in well-marked
containers. While burner fuel in the gasoline tank will cause the engine to fail to start, GASOLINE IN THE BURNER
TANK WILL CREATE HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS LEADING TO A FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
3. Fogging Formulations. All thermal fogging formulations are combustible; that is, they all can be caused
to burn. This is true even of high flash point or no flash point formulations. A combustible liquid vapor can be ignited
because it readily forms a uniform mixture with the air, which contains the oxygen needed for combustion. However,
fine particles of combustible liquids or solids suspended in the air are capable of propagating flame, one to another,
once ignition starts. A good analogy is the grain mill explosion. Although the fine particle dust in grain mills has no
flashpoint, the phenomena of the grain mill explosion are an all too common occurrence. While a high flash point or a
no flash point formulation can ignite if the proper conditions exist. These conditions are basically two; 1) A sufficient
volume of liquid in the form of fine particles suspended in the air; and 2) a sufficiently high-energy source of ignition.
Do not use any formulations with a base more flammable than Kerosene, Diesel Fuel or No. 2 Fuel Oil. USE OF
FORMULATIONS WITH A BASE OF ALCOHOL, BENZENE OR GASOLINE WILL CREATE HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS LEADING IMMEDIATELY TO A FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
4. Improper Use. This machine is intended for outdoor use only. Do not use this machine for dispensing fog
into closed areas or other areas, which are impractical to ventilate after fogging.
EXCEEDING A CONCENTRATION OF 1-GALLON PER 50,000 CUBIC FEET (3.8 LITERS
PER 1400 CUBIC METERS) CAN CREATE HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS LEADING TO A
FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
5. Operating Temperature: Control of operating temperature at the output nozzle is required both for proper
fog output and for maximum safety. This machine has a visual indication of operating temperature as well as an
automatic control to limit formulation injection when the operating temperature is not correct. Do not attempt to defeat
the purpose of the automatic control. Do not attempt to fog when the temperature meter is outside 1150-1300 F
operating range. Also, should the temperature exceed the normal operating range on the temperature meter, stop the
heat cycle and refer to the TROUBLE ISOLATION AND CORRECTION section. Never attempt fogging with the
temperature above 1320F. Always allow the temperature to stabilize between 1150-1300F range before fogging.
Always test the machine for fogging in an isolated area by switching to low fog rate and fogging briefly several times. If
flaming occurs, STOP. Refer to TROUBLE ISOLATION AND CORRECTIONS section. When stopping the machine
after fogging, always place Fog Switch in OFF and the Heat Switch in OFF position and allow the engine to run until
the temperature meter indicates less than 100 degrees F. (37.7 C), or ambient temperature plus 40 degrees F. (5 C).
6. Engine Speed. The engine speed should be checked periodically to ensure that it is operating correctly as
engine speed affects the rate of airflow through the combustion chamber and the voltage in the control system.
7. Operation. Never start the engine with the FOG or HEAT switch in the ON position. Always allow time for
the engine to start and stabilize before placing either the HEAT or FOG switch in the ON position. When the HEAT
switch is placed in the ON position, always observe the temperature meter. If the temperature fails to show a rise within
10 seconds, place the heat switch in the OFF position and refer to the Trouble section.
8. Improper Operation. There is no substitute for good maintenance practices. Refer to the MAINTENANCE
section for an outline of routine maintenance actions.
9. Machine Damage. Never operate a machine after it has been damaged. A damaged machine can be a fire
hazard.
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10. Wind. Fogging during windy conditions is not usually practical because the formulation will drift out of
the intended area. However, under no circumstances should fogging into the wind be attempted this may cause
hazardous accumulations of formulation on the machine or the carrying vehicle.
11. Children. Many fogging operations are preformed in residential areas commonly at dusk. This presents the
operator with the problem of children who are attracted to the fog. Children have been observed running into and riding
bicycles through the fog. Once in the fog, they cannot see or be seen. In some reported instances, a child has been
injured by running into an object obscured by the fog. Also, there is a possibility of fire should the machine briefly
flame or become ignited from an external source. Still another possible hazard lies in the toxic effect of the formulation,
the severity of which depends upon the chemical used, fog density, and the length of time of direct exposure.

IT IS THE OPERATORS RESPONSIBIITY


TO DISCOURAGE ANYONE FROM PLAYING IN THE FOG.
12. Safety Equipment. In addition to any safety equipment that may be required by the type of formulation,
which is being used, the following items should be mandatory for each vehicle, which carries this machine during
fogging operations:
a. Fire Extinguisher, chemical type rated for fuel fires.
b. First Aid Kit.
c. Eye wash solution.
d. Safety Glasses.
e. Container of Oil Dry Compound.
f. Gloves rated for high temperature.
13. Operating Time. Although the engine gasoline tank holds enough fuel for approximately three (3) hours
operating time, the tank should be refilled after each two (2) hours of operating time. If the gasoline engine stops during
a fogging operation, the combustion chamber may not be properly cleared of unburned fuel and unvaporized
formulation.

MACHINE PREPARATION
1.
2.

3.
4.
5.

Remove discharge nozzle, elbows, control unit, funnel, and parts envelope from packaging position
around machine. Keep funnel in a convenient place for service purposes. (funnel is for adding engine oil)
Place the control box where it will not be damaged while machine is being prepared.
Use ring clamps to install the two elbow assemblies and discharge nozzle to the combustion chamber.
Nozzle must be installed with the injection boss down and toward the combustion chamber.

Remove all boxes and packing materials from the machine.


Remove machine from wooden skid by removing the four carriage bolts through both the skid and the
frame of the machine.
Check the lubricating oil level in the gasoline engine and add enough oil to raise the level to the full mark
on the dipstick. DO NOT OVERFILL. Capacity is approximately 2.5 pints (1.2 liters).

6.

Activate the dry charge storage battery according to the following instructions.

WARNING
DANGER POISON
BATTERIES PRODUCE EXPLOSIVE GASES. KEEP SPARKS, FLAME, AND
CIGARETTES AWAY. VENTILATE WHEN CHARGING OR USING IN AN
ENCLOSED SPACE.
THIS BATTERY CONTAINS SULFURIC ACID WHICH CAUSES SEVER BURNS.
IF ACID CONTACTS EYES, SKIN, OR CLOTHING, FLUSH WELL WITH
WATER. FOR CONTACT WITH EYES, GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL
ATTENTION.
KEEP BATTERY AND ACID AWAY FROM CHILDREN AND OTHER PERSONS
WHO MAY NOT BE AWARE OF DANGERS INVOLVED.
A.
B.
C.

Remove battery from its mounting and place on a stable workbench.


Remove vent caps from battery. Remove or destroy any sealing device, which may have been used to close or
restrict the vent openings in the vent caps.
Fill each cell of the battery to the top of the separators with approved battery electrolyte of 1.265 specific
gravity.
NOTE:
Temperature of battery and electrolyte at time of filling should be above 60 F (15 C).

CAUTION:
Never fill battery in machine, as spills will damage finish on frame and cause premature
corrosion.
D.

Charge 12-volt battery at 30-40 amps until the acid temperature is above 80 F (26 C) and the hydrometer
reading is 1.25 or higher.
NOTE:
Both temperature and hydrometer reading requirements must be met.

E.
F.
G.

After charging the battery, check acid levels in all cells and fill each cell with acid to the proper level.
Re-install vented caps.
Install the battery with the positive (+) post connected to the cable that connects to the starter solenoid and the
negative (-) post connected to the braided cable that connects to the machine frame.
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CAUTION:
Reserved polarity can cause damage to the starting and charging systems.
NOTE:
After battery has been initially serviced, only water should be added to restore the liquid level in each cell.
Further addition of acid will cause battery failure.

PERIODIC ALIGNMENT CHECK


OF PIN OVER ORIFICE ON
INJECTION NOZZLE

NOTE: The Pin Spacing on the


Injection Orifice should be
checked periodically and
immediately before fogging at
rates less than 30 GPH
(115.5 LPH).

1.

REMOVE 3 SCREWS HOLDING THE INJECTION


NOZZLE IN THE DISCHARGE ASSEMBLY.

2.

CHECK SPACING BETWEEN PIN AND NOZZLE BODY FOR SPACING


OF .063 TO .060 INCHES (1.588 TO 1.512 MM).

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VEHICLE INSTALLATION
1.
2.

3.
4.
5.

Lift the machine onto the vehicle with the discharge end of the machine toward the rear of the vehicle.
Pass the Remote Control Box through an open window and locate within reach of the person who will be operating
the machine. If permanent installation is desired. The remote control cable can be disconnected at the terminal
board located inside the junction box at the machine end and passed through a small hole in the vehicle chassis and
then reconnected. Be careful to reconnect the wiring exactly as it was disconnected. See the wiring diagram
included in this manual. Make sure the small hole provides proper protection against wiring damage and is resealed to prevent exhaust gases from entering inside of the vehicle.
Securely bolt the machine to the vehicle. The four holes in the frame may be utilized for this purpose.
Place the Formulation Pick-Up Hose in the container of formulation and secure the plug fitting into the drum.
Connect the Formulation Supply Hose to the swivel fitting at the pump intake and the Formulation Bypass Hose to
the swivel fitting on the pressure relief valve.

SELECTING A FORMULATION
Thermal fogging is an efficient and economical no residual method of controlling insects. But the fog machine
cannot do the job alone. The proper insecticide, properly formulated, is absolutely necessary. The machine will accept
ineffective, poorly compounded solutions and the fog will appear no different from an efficient and well-formulated
compound, but the killing power will be lacking. It requires insecticide to kill insects.
Improperly compounded formulations can promptly drop out of solution in the formulation system and give
poor results. Your distributor is usually qualified to make recommendations and to furnish properly formulated
insecticides; but if you have any specific questions or doubts, feel free to contact the factory.

CAUTION:
Use only formulations prepared for thermal fogging and for the specific job to be
accomplished. This information should be found on the formulation label.
WARNING:
THIS DEVICE IS DESIGNED TO DISPENSE CHEMICAL SOLUTION IN A FOG.
MOST OF THE CHEMICAL SOLUTIONS, WHICH MAY BE DESPENSED WITH
THIS MACHINE REQUIRE REGISTRATION WITH, OR APPROVAL BY,
VARIOUS GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. USE OF SOME OF THESE SOLUTIONS
MAY BE RESTIRCTED, REGULATED OR PROHIBITED IN CERTAIN AREAS.

FOGGING FOR INSECT CONTROL


CAUTION:
Before proceeding with any fogging operation, the operator should be thoroughly
familiar with starting and stopping the machine and with all the operating controls. If
you are operating the machine for the first time, exercise the machine through its full
operational sequences from a position of full visibility of the machine before operating
the machine fully remote. This is also a good idea for experienced operators who may
be operating a new machine or who may be re-activating a machine after repairs or a
period of inactivity. Refer to the operation section for starting and stopping
instructions.

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PRE-FOGGING CHECKLIST
Verify that the remote control box is within easy reach of the operator.
Verify that the clamps which hold the elbows and fogging nozzle to the Combustion Chamber are securely tightened
and positioned as required for the fogging operation to be accomplished.
Verify that the three screws which hold the injection nozzle in the output-fogging nozzle are securely tightened.
Inspect all hoses for abnormal conditions.
Inspect belt tensions for tightness and belts for abnormal conditions such as nicks and cuts.
Verify that no foreign objects or tools have been left in or about the machine.
Verify that the engine spark plug wire is securely in place.
Verify that gasoline tank ON/OFF Valve is in the ON position.
Check engine oil level and adjust as necessary.
Verify that engine gasoline tank has been filled to within 0.5 inches (1.25 cm) of the bottom of the neck.

CAUTION:
Over filling may cause gasoline to be siphoned out by the tank cap check valve.
Verify that the burner oil tank has been filled to within about 1 inch (2.5 cm) of the bottom of the tank neck with No. 1
or No. 2 Fuel oil.
Verify that all scheduled maintenance has been preformed as detailed under MAINTENANCE. Consult elapsed time
meter on control panel and maintenance schedule.
Insert the Formulation Hose in the Formulation Container and verify that there is sufficient formulation in the container
for intended fogging operation.

CAUTION:
Do not run this machine without the formulation intake hose being inserted in the
formulation. Serious damage to the formulation pump will result if the pump is
allowed to run dry for extended periods of time.
Verify that the Formulation Drain Hose extends from the rear of the vehicle so that its normal operation does not result
in formulation accumulation on the vehicle.
Verify that all Safety Equipment is in place and is in proper working order.

REGULATE
PRESSURE
(TEMPERATURE)
Use screwdriver to adjust
burner
Temperature.
Clockwise increases
temperature,
countercloskwise decreases
burner temperature.

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OPERATION
CAUTION:
Read this complete OPERATION section and the section on SAFETY
PRECAUTION before starting the machine for the first time.
For the first time operation the section on MACHINE PREPARATION and VEHICLE INSTALLATION must
be performed before proceeding with the section.
When operating this machine for the first time, move to an uncongested and well-ventilated work area in an
open area away from flammable materials.

WARNING:
READ THE SECTION ON SAFETY PRECAUTIONS BEFORE PREPARING
TO DISPENSE FOG.
READ AND THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND ALL INFORMATION,
CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS ON THE FORMULATION LABEL, WHICH
MAY AFFECT PERSONAL SAFETY. KNOW ANY DANGERS OF THE
SOLUTION USED AND KNOW WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT
INVOLVING THE SOLUTION.
ALWAYS USE THE APPROPRIATE SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND DRESS
ACCORDING TO THE CHEMICAL FORMULATION, WHICH IS BEING
USED.
WARNING:
DO NOT USE ANY SUBSTANCES FROM UNMARKED CONTAINERS OR
FROM CONTAINERS WITH OBVIOUSLY ALTERD LABELS.
READ AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE CHEMICAL
SOLUTION LABEL FOR THERMAL FOGGING OF THE SOLUTION.
DO NOT FOG NEAR AN OPEN FLAME OR HOT MATERIALS.
DO NOT LEAVE THE MACHINE UNATTENDED.
IF AN EXTERNAL SOURCE IGNITES OR TORCHES THE FOG
IMMEDIATELY PLACE THE FOG ON-OFF SWITCH IN THE OFF
POSITION AND THE HEAT SWITCH IN THE OFF POSTION.
THE GASOLINE SUPPLY IN THE ENGINE SHOULD BE CHECKED AND
REFILLED AFTER EACH TWO (2) HOURS OF OPERATION.
IF ENGINE BEGINS STOPPING, PLACE FOG AND HEAT SWITCHERS IN
THE OFF POSITION.
NOTE:
If Engine speed begins to vary (decreasing and then speeding up) it is an indication the engine may be
running out of fuel.

WARNING:
DO NOT INTENTIONALLY STOP ENGINE WHEN TEMPERATURE ON
METER EXCEEDS APPROXIMATELY 212 F (100 C).
DO NOT FOG ENCLOSED SPACES WITH THE MACHINE.
FOGGING ENCLOSED SPACES WITH THE MACHINE CAN CREATE
HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS LEADING TO A FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
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STARTING
1.
2.

3.

4.
5.
6.

Perform the tasks listed in the PRE-FOGGING CHECKLIST.


Place the controls on the Remote Control Box in the following positions:
RUN Switch in OFF.
FOG Switch in OFF.
HIGH-LOW Switch in LOW.
HEAT Switch in OFF.
Rotate the FORMULATION RELIEF VALVE HANDLE on the FORMULATION PUMP fully counter clockwise.
NOTE:
For initial start-up after storage or any other time the pump has been allowed to have all liquid removed, it is
necessary to operate at a low pressure temporarily for the pump to prime.
Place the RUN Switch on the Control Box in the ON position.
Press the ENGINE START switch on the Control Box. When the engine starts, release the switch.
*Observe the Voltmeter on the Junction Box on the machine and verify that the voltage reads 115 to 130 Volts A.C.

CAUTION:
If the voltage reading is too low or too high, it is an indication that the Engine
speed needs adjustment. Low voltage can cause intermittent operation and High
voltage can cause damage to Formulation Solenoids. If the voltage is out of
range, STOP the Engine immediately and refer to Engine MAINTENANCE
section for adjustment procedure.
7.

Rotate the Formulation by-pass relief handle clockwise until pressure build up on the gauge is observed.

CAUTION:
If after several turns, no pressure build up is observed, STOP the machine and
refer to the TROUBLE section.
*(Choking will normally be required when starting a cold engine but may not be required when re-starting a warm
engine.)

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IGNITION OF THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER

CURTIS DYNA-FOG LTD


WESTFIELD, INDIANA, U.S.A.

ENGINE
START

OPERATING TEMPERATURE F
70

HEAT OPERATION
INDICATOR

IGNITION

ON

ON

ON

1350

1200
LOW

OPERATING TIME

OPERATING
RANGE

LOW

2000F
DANGER

HIGH

F
O
G
WARNING

OFF
RUN

OFF
HEAT

OFF

READ INSTRUCTION
MANUAL BEFORE
OPERATING

FOG-RATE

6*4''
215+6+105
59+6%*

The remote control includes digital temperature


display, and two internal electronic temperature
control boards.
One board has the function to control the
temperature range of the combustion chamber
(heat). The other board has the function to
control the working temperature range of the
fogging (formulation).
The two temperature control board allows safer
operation, and easy troubleshooting, if required.

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To activate the heat (ignition) at the combustion chamber, proceed as following:


IGNITION

ON

OFF
HEAT

1) Move the three positions switch to the Heat ON position and


hold it for a few seconds. The switch can be released when the
temperature gets higher than 250 F (the lever of the switch has
self-return). Note: If the temperature does not rise within 10
seconds, see the troubleshooting section.

IGNITION

ON

OFF
HEAT

2) After the ignition, and to keep the combustion (heat), the


switch should remain at the middle position.
If the step 1) did not create the ignition, the step 2) is not
activated.

IGNITION

ON

OFF
HEAT

3) To turn the Heat OFF move the lever of the switch to the
OFF position as shown in the left diagram.
Note: Allow cold down the temperature of the combustion
chamber below 100 F before stopping the engine.

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FOGGING
1.

Place the HEAT Switch in the ON position and observe the Temperature Meter on the REMOTE CONTROL
BOX.

WARNING:
IF TEMPERATURE FAILS TO RISE WITHIN 10 SECONDS, PLACE HEAT
SWITCH IN OFF AND REFER TO THE TROUBLE SECTION.
2.

Adjust RELIEF VALVE for pressure setting, which corresponds to desired fog output. Turning Valve Clockwise
increases output, Counterclockwise decreases output.

PRESSURE
(PSI)
READING
10
20
40
80
100
120
140
170
3.

OUTPUT
LOW
GPH
15
20
30
40
45
50
55
60

HIGH
LPH
57
76
114
152
171
190
209
228

GPH
30
50
60
80
90
100
110
120

LPH
114
190
228
304
342
380
418
456

Allow time for the Temperature Meter to STABILIZE in the 1150-1290 F operating range. NEVER ATTEMPT
FOGGING WHEN THE INDICATOR READS HIGHER THAN 1350 F (732 C).
NOTE:
It may be necessary to adjust the Temperature periodically. Adjust by turning the burner Adjust Screw
(located on pump). Use a flat blade screwdriver and adjust turn at a time. Clockwise rotation
increases temperature. Counterclockwise rotation decreases temperature.

WARNING:
IF TEMPERATURE RISES RAPIDLY IN AND THROUGH THE 1150-1290F
OPERATING RANGE, IT IS AN ABNORMAL CONDITION.
IMMEDIATELY PLACE THE HEAT SWITCH IN OFF AND REFER TO
TROUBLE AND MAINTENANCE SECTIONS.
CAUTION:
Perform the following check with the DISCHARGE NOZZLE AWAY from
FLAMMABLE OBJECTS AND PEOPLE.
4.

Place FOG SWITCH in ON. Begin fogging by flipping the RATE SWITCH from LOW to HIGH several times.

WARNING:
IF MOMENTARY FLAMING APPEARS, STOP MACHINE. REFER TO
TROUBLE SECTION.

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STOPPING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Place the RATE SWITCH in LOW.


Place FOG SWITCH in OFF.
Place HEAT SWITCH in OFF.
Let ENGINE run until temperature has dropped below 100 F (37.7 C) or ambient temperature plus 40.
Place RUN SWITCH in OFF.

CLEAN-UP
NOTE:
After each fogging operation the FORMULATION SYSTEM should be flushed to avoid accumulation
of residues in the system.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Remove the Formulation Hoses from Formulation Drum.


Install Formulation Hoses in drum of No. 1 or No. 2 Fuel oil.
Follow starting procedure and Fog for 3 minutes at the 80 GPH (304 LPH) rate.
Then follow normal Stopping procedure.

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MAINTENANCE
NOTE:
A successful maintenance program begins after the first use of the machine and not after the machine
has ceased to function.

GENERAL MAINTENANCE
1.
2.
3.

Occasionally check that all the hardware, which mounts components to the frame, is secure. Loose component can
cause excessive vibration leading to major failure.
Acquaint yourself with the sounds associated with your machine when it is operating normally. Strange sounds
suddenly appearing can be a forewarning of difficulties, which may be prevented with immediate action.
Keep the machine clean externally as well as internally. Some fogging compounds contain chemicals, which are
corrosive. Occasionally wipe down the exterior of the machine (while the machine is not running) with a cloth
soaked in water-detergent compound.

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
ENGINE .Refer to ENGINE MANUAL
FLUSHING AFTER EACH USE
BATTERY..WEEKLY
FORMULATION FILTERS.50 HOURS OPERATION
FORMULATION PUMP100 HOURS OPERATION
FORMULATION INJECTION NOZZLE..100 HOURS OPERATION
BELTS & SHEAVES..100 HOURS OPERATION
OIL HEATER..YEARLY

FLUSHING
Flush the formulation system following the instructions under section: CLEAN UP.

BATTERY
WARNING
DANGER POISON
BATTERIES PRODUCE EXPLOSIVE GASES. KEEP SPARKS, FLAME, CIGARETTES
AWAY. VENTILATE WHEN CHARGING OR USING IN ENCLOSED SPACE. ALWAYS
SHIELD EYES WHEN WORKING NEAR BATTERIES. CAN CAUSE SEVERE BURNS.
CONTAINS SULFURIC ACID, AVOID CONTACT WITH SKIN, EYES OR CLOTHING.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Check battery electrolyte level each week. If the level is low, adjust with clean WATER. After initial activation of
battery (SEE MACHINE PREPARATION SECTION), never add additional acid. Distilled water is preferred.
Check vent holes in battery and remove any obstructions such as dirt, corrosion, etc.
Inspect posts and remove any corrosion build up using water and sodium bicarbonate (baking soda).
Apply an anti-corrosion compound or a light coat of petroleum jelly to battery terminal area to minimize corrosion
build up.
19

FORMULATION FILTERS
NOTE:
There is one filter screen located at the end of the formulation pick up hose and another located
behind the plug in the Y fitting just ahead of the formulation pump.
1.
2.

Remove the filters Fig. 3 Ref. 13 and Fig. 9 Ref. 4.


Thoroughly clean using a solution of water and good detergent and re-install.

FORMULATION PUMP
FLUSH PUMP
The formulation pump should be flushed once each 100 hours of operation and before storing the machine at
the end of the fogging season.
1. Mix a solution consisting of about 5 gallons (19 liters) of water and a good detergent solution.
2. Place both the suction and return hoses in the solution.
3. Start the machine in accordance with the OPERATION section and circulate the solution through the pump for five
minutes.
4. Remove the hoses from the solution and purge the system
5. Next flush the system with No. 1 or No. 2 fuel oil in the same manner and again purge the system.
NOTE:
Failure to flush with fuel oil may lead to corrosion of some parts in the system.

CLEAN PUMP
NOTE:
Failure to flush pump can cause the pump to become gummed. When this is allowed to occur, it will
be necessary to disassemble the pump for cleaning. Disassembly and cleaning is not normally
required when the pump is flushed regularly.
1.
2.

Remove the six cap screws on the pump head.


Remove the head and the rotor and clean with a solvent of hot water and detergent solution.

FORMULATION SOLENOIDS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

NOTE:
To avoid confusion or interchange of parts, it is best to disassemble only one
solenoid at a time.
Use a screwdriver to snap open the cap which secures the coil housing.
Remove the cap, the spacer washer and the coil housing.
Slide the coil off the base assembly and remove the valve cores for cleaning.
Wash all parts thoroughly using a solvent.
When re-assembling the valve, be sure that the O ring seal is in place.
Tighten gently.
Replace coil, housing, spacer and hold down cap.

20

FORMULATION INJECTION NOZZLE

1.
2.

NOTE:
The Formulation Injection Nozzle may accumulate residues if the system is
not flushed regularly
.
Remove the three cap screws at the bottom of the discharge nozzle and remove the Formulation Injection Nozzle
Assembly from the discharge nozzle. (See Figure 15)
Use a wrench to remove the Nozzle (Fig. 15 Ref. 1) from the elbow.

NOTE:
Care should be taken to avoid bending the small wire at the orifice.
3.

Thoroughly clean the nozzle and the orifice using a solvent and a small piece of soft wire.

CAUTION:
Do not use any tool which will enlarge the orifice.
4.
5.

Coat the threads of the nozzle with anti seize compound and re-install the nozzle to the Nozzle Assembly.
Re-install the Formulation injection orifice in the Discharge Nozzle using the three screws.

CAUTION:
All screws must be used to ensure proper orientation of the nozzle. Nozzle
output must point toward the output of the discharge tube and away from the
combustion chamber.

OIL HEATER
NOTE:
Use only No. 1 or No. 2 fuel oil in the heater system.

CLEAN FUEL FILTERS


1.
2.

NOTE:
Perform at a time when the burner tank is near empty.
Referring to Figure 17, remove the fuel oil filter body and wash it thoroughly with solvent or detergent-water
solution and re-assemble.
Replace the fuel oil filter cartridge and all gaskets and seals.

21

CAUTION:
Do not over tighten as damage to O ring seal may occur. Over tightening will
not improve the seal.
NOTE:
If leakage occurs, open the unit and clean and inspect the O ring. A suitable lubricant applied to
the O ring will help the seal.

INSPECT AND ADJUST HEATER GUN ASSEMBLY


1.
2.
3.
4.

Disconnect the oil line at the blower housing and remove the nut which secures the oil delivery tube to the blower
housing.
Loosen the Transformer mounting strap and slide the transformer away from the combustion chamber.
Lift the transformer up making sure the buss bar connection has disengaged.
Hold the transformer with one hand and remove the Heater Gun Assembly (See Figure 6) with the other hand, then
set transformer back on blower housing.
NOTE:
A slight twisting motion as the gun is retracted will aid in disassembly.

5.

Disassemble the nozzle and carefully clean the parts with a solvent.

CAUTION:
In cleaning the nozzle, the rotor slots and orifice should not be touched by any
material which will scratch or damage these surfaces. A small piece of wood or
plastic will suffice.
When re-assembling, make sure that the rotor retainer is securely threaded into
place. If rotor is loose it will not meter the oil properly causing excess oil to be
injected into the combustion chamber. Excess oil will cause overheating of the
combustion chamber.
6.

Check the spacing and positioning of the electrodes. The tips of the electrodes should be (A) 5/32 inch (.39 Cm)
apart and (B) 7/16 inch (1.10 Cm) beyond the end of the nozzle and (C) 7/32 inch (0.55 Cm) above the center of the
nozzle orifice. (See illustration on the following page).

22

BELTS AND SHEAVES


NOTE:
Belt tension and sheave alignment for generator, engine, blower and pump should be checked
periodically. Belt tension should be kept firm but not tight. Sheave alignment is extremely important and misalignment
can be responsible for belt and bearing failures. Operator and maintenance personnel should check belts and sheaves
(pulleys) frequently.

GENERATOR
CAUTION:
The Generator supplied with this machine is intended for the machine loads
and for minor additional loads at the auxiliary output. DO NOT attempt
machine operation with additional load in excess of 300 watts.
DO NOT attempt to operate electric motors from the auxiliary output other
than shaded pole motors.
DO NOT connect any load other than loads designed for a 110-130 Volts A.C.
60 Hz.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Check Voltmeter located on unit to determine if operating speed is correct. Speed is adequate if the voltage output
is 115 to 125 Volts A.C.
If speed is incorrect, check belt tension.
If belt tension is correct, adjust engine governor to obtain the correct operating speed. (See ENGINE section).
Correct speed may also be verified by using an instrument to measure the shaft speed of the Generator. At the
correct operating, the shaft speed should be 3400 revolutions per minute (RPM).
23

BRUSHES
1.
2.

Check Generator brushes after about 1000 hours of operation and every few hundred hours of operation thereafter.
Replace brushes when worn down to 0.5 inch (1.25 Cm).
NOTE:
When replacing brushes or removing them for other service work, remove one brush at a time and put
the screws back in the brush holder to hold the lead wires in place to avoid confusion of the correct
wire positions.

COMMUTATOR
NOTE:
A commutator in good condition has a glossy finish and is brownish in color. If it gets greasy or dirty
it may be cleaned with a very fine sandpaper.

CAUTION:
Use only sandpaper for cleaning the commutator. Metallic type abrasives may
leave deposits between the commutator bars causing short circuit conditions.

ELECTRICAL CONTROLS
NOTE:
The Electrical Controls do not require periodic maintenance but should be checked when the machine
does not function properly. The electric controls consist of the switches, solenoid coils, transformers,
thermocouples, meters and the thermal controller. Normal operation of the basic components is
described below.
DELAYED SOLENOID VALVE. Fig. 14 Ref. 5. A delayed solenoid valve controls the injection of heater oil
into the heater located just inside the combustion chamber. It is energized by the HEAT switch located in the Control
Box. It is electrically in parallel with the ignition transformer. It is delayed opening to allow an arc to be established
across the electrodes before heater oil is injected.
DRAIN SOLENOID VALVE. Fig. 5 Ref. 12. An electrically operated solenoid valve which is normally open
in its unenergized condition. When the machine is running and the generator is providing power the valve is closed. Its
function is to drain the fluid from the formulation injection line when the machine is stopped.
FOG SOLENOID VALVE. Fig. 5 Ref. 5. An electrically operated solenoid valve which is normally closed in
its unenergized condition. It is engerized by the FOG switch on the Remote Control Box provided the operating
temperature is satisfactory.
HIGH-LOW SOLENOID VALVE. Fig. 5 Ref. 7. An electrically operated solenoid valve which is normally
closed in its unenergized condition but which also bypasses a small amount of fluid in the closed position. When the
FOG switch is in the energized condition and the HIGH-LOW switch is in the LOW position, the valve passes only a
small amount of fluid corresponding to the low fog conditions shown in the table on the machine and in the
OPERATION Section.
THERMOCOUPLE. Fig. 2 Ref. 1. The machine contains two independent thermocouple circuits. The
thermocouples provide measurement of temperature at the output of the combustion chamber. One thermocouple
provides the input for the temperature meter, and for the Thermal Controller located in the Control Box. The other
Thermocouple provides input for the Fog Controller also located in the control box. The machine should not be
operated unless both thermocouple circuits are in working order. The thermocouple voltage will vary from 3 to 30
millivolts D.C. depending on the temperature. With the ambient temperature at 90 F (32.2 C), the meter thermocouple
should provide 24.3 millivolts D.C. into the meter load at the bottom line of the green operating range on the meter. At
the same ambient temperature, the Thermal Controller thermocouple should provide 23.2 millivolts at the low cutout
point of the controller and 30.2 millivolts at the high cutout point of the controller.
THERMAL CONTROLLERS. Fig. 12 Ref. 12 and 13. The Thermal Controller is an electronic amplifier
which accepts the input from one of the thermocouples in the combustion chamber and amplifies the voltage to provide
control of a relay. The power input to the controller is from the 120 Volt A.C. 60 Hz supply provided by the generator.
The output voltage which drives the relay is isolated from the input power and from the thermocouple input. The relay
drive voltage is a nominal 24 VDC. The contacts on the relay control the application of power to the FOG Solenoid.
For the formulation circuit or to the time delay valve for the combustion (heat) circuit. If the temperature is not within
the range indicated by the thermocouple voltages above, the machine will not fog or heat.
24

TROUBLE ISOLATION AND CORRECTION


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

NO or LOW FORMULATION PRESSURE: Possible causes:


Formulation hoses reversed. Hose that feeds through the pick up hose should be connected to the right of the pump
when facing the relief valve.
Relief Valve handle not rotated clockwise far enough.
No fluid in formulation container.
Pressure gauge stuck. Remove and flush input thoroughly.
Clogged filter in Y connection attached to the pump input. Remove plug and clean filter. (See Fig. 3 Ref. 13.)
Poor belt tension on pump drive sheave. Tighten.
Defective pump. Replace.

NO or LOW HEAT IN BURNER: Possible causes:


No fuel in Burner Oil Tank. Replenish.
Burner Oil Tank Valve turned OFF. Turn fully counter clockwise.
Obstruction in Oil Line or clogged filter. Remove lines and clean thoroughly. (See instructions under
MAINTENANCE.)
4. Obstruction in Nozzle. Remove and clean. See instructions under MAINTENANCE.
5. Defective Generator. Check voltmeter on chassis.
6. Transformer buss bars misaligned or disconnected. Remove Transformer hold down strap, slightly lift transformer
and inspect. Buss bars should both come up with transformer terminals. After inspection, replace transformer and
hold down strap.
7. Arc gap at electrodes incorrect. See MAINTENANCE for correction procedure.
8. No input voltage to transformer. Check at transformer input terminals. If not present, check heat switch and
associated wiring.
9. Defective Delayed Oil Valve.
10. Defective Oil Pump.
11. Engine Speed too high. Readjust governor per instruction in ENGINE section for 115 to 125 volts A.C. on chassis
voltmeter.
HIGH BURNER HEAT: Possible causes:
1. Too much fuel getting to Combustion Chamber. Check burner fuel nozzle (See MAINTENANCE for removal
procedure) for loose parts. Check for obstructions in burner oil return line.
2. Wrong fuel in Burner Tank. Check that Burner Oil is No. 1 or No. 2 Fuel Oil Only.
3. Insufficient air supply through Blower. Check drive belt for tightness and check that impeller is rotating with the
shaft. Check that burner intake is clear.
4. Engine speed too slow. Check voltmeter on chassis and readjust engine speed for 115 to 125 volts A.C.
1.
2.
3.

1.

FLAMING AT OUTPUT: Possible causes:


Excess fuel in bottom of Combustion Chamber. Sometimes causes when ignition is improper. Start machine and
move to clear area. Start burner to allow fuel to burn out before fogging. A loud rumbling sound and black smoke
may be observed coming from combustion while oil is burning out.
WARNING:
DO NOT FOG UNLESS THE OUTPUT IS CLEAR AND FREE OF SMOKE.

2.

Operating Temperature too high. Reduce temperature.

25

1.
2.

3.

MACHINE WILL NOT FOG: Possible causes:


No formulation pressure. See notes above
No power to Fog Solenoid Valve (Fig. 5 Ref. 7). Turn FOG switch OFF and ON several times. Listen for
clicking sound at formulation solenoids. If clicking sound is heard at the valves, leave FOG switch on and turn
HIGH LOW switch from HIGH to LOW several times. If additional clicking sound is heard at the valves, the
problem is probably not electrical. If solenoid valves appear to be working electrically, check the Formulation
Injection Hose (Fig. 8 Ref. 6), the swivel adaptor (Fig. 8 Ref.7), and the Injection Nozzle (Fig. 8 Ref. 8) for
obstructions. If the problem appears to be electrical, consult the Electrical Schematic included in this manual.
Clogged Injection Orifice. Remove and clean. See instructions under MAINTENANCE.

MACHINE DUMPS FORMULATION WHEN FOG SWITCH IS OPERATED:


1.
2.

Defective Drain Solenoid Valve. Check electrical connections. If valve has power (usually warm to touch) valve is
clogged or defective. Clean or replace as required.
Low Voltage. Check voltmeter and readjust engine speed as required. Voltage should read 115 to 125 volts A.C.

26

FIGURE 1

13

12

15

11
14
10
6

17

4
21

20
26
23
1

27

25 24

22

FIGURE 2

2
1

4
5

12

11

9
10

28

FIGURE 3

15

16

13

14

12 11

2
5
4
10
6

8
5

29

FIGURE 4

FIGURE 5

2929
30

FIGURE 6

FIGURE 7
30
31

FIGURE 8

FIGURE 9

32

FIGURE 10

33

FIGURE 12

34

FIGURE 13

35

FIGURE 14

FIGURE 15

FIGURE 16

36

37

38

39

40

40

41

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST


Fig. Ref. Curtis
Qty/Per
No. No. Part No. Name/Description
Assy.
1
1 45999
GENORATOR ASSY.
(see also figure 7)
(mounting hardware)
1
122007
BOLT 5/16 18 *
4
120393
WASHER, FLAT
4
120214
WASHER, LOCK
4
120376
NUT, 5/16 18
4
2 49042
BELT GUARD
(mounting hardware)
1
121900
BOLT - 20 * 1
1
120375
NUT - 20
2
9416904 WASHER
3
120380
WASHER, LOCK
3
3 48086
HOSING ASSY.,
SHEAVE SIDE
(included components)
1
45738-7 SHEAVE ASSY.,
45038
KEY
(internal parts: see fig. 10) 1
4 49076
ENGINE ASSY. (see also
Engine Section)
(included components)
1
45738-1 SHEAVE ASSY.,
PUMP DRIVE
(mounting hardware)
1
122040 BOLT, 5/1618 * 1-1/2 HEX 4
120393 WASHER, FLAT, 5/16 REG. 4
120214 WASHER, LOCK, 5/16 SPLIT 4
5 480889
TRANSFORMER ASSY.
1
6 45725
STRAP ASSY.
(mounting hardware)
1
155213
SCREW 10-32 * 1
2
48034-3 NUT, LOCK 10-32
2
7 45727
CATCH
(mounting hardware)
1
155213
SCREW
2
48034-3 NUT, LOCK 10-32
2
8 121913
BOLT, TRANSFORMER
MTG. - 20
1
9 120392
WASHER, FLAT
1
10 45706
BURNER TUBE
(mounting hardware)
1
45846
SCREW 5/16-18
3
120214
WASHER, LOCK 5/16
3
120376
NUT 5/16
3
45110
GASKET (between tube
and blower)
1
11 45924
COMBUTION
CHAMBER ASSY.
(mounting hardware)
1
45119
GASKET (between
combustion chamber
and tube)
1
122145
BOLT 3/8-16 * 1-1/4
2
120394
WASHER 3/8
2
48034-6

NUT, LOCK 3/8

Fig. Ref. Curtis


No. No. Part No.
120233
120394
48034-6
12 45927
13 48130
14 45297
15 45139
16 48058

421668
17

48059

18

48035
65038

19

49054

20
21

120394
120382
120377
49010
49055

22

23
24
25
26
1

62845
120376
120393
120214
62595
62596-1
62597
62843
45962

49056

48186

48187

122040
120393
48034-5
45982
122145
443388
120394

48034-6

42

Qty/Per
Name/Description
Assy.
BOLT 3/8-16 * 1
3
ASHER
6
NUT, LOCK 3/8-16
3
CLAMP, V INSERT
4
DISCHARGE ELBOW
(not shown)
2
DISCHARGE TUBE ASSY. 1
INNER TUBE ASSY.
1
INJECTION NOZZLE ASSY.
(not shown)
(see also fig. 8)
(mounting hardware)
1
SCREW, STAINLESS
STEEL - 20 * 3/8
3
FORMULATION
INJECTION HOSE ASSY.
(not shown) (see page 9)
1
SWIVEL ADAPTOR
1
DRAIN HOSE ASSY.
(not shown)
1
BURNER FUEL TANK
ASSY. (see also fig. 8)
(mounting hardware)
1
WASHER, FLAT
4
WASHER, LOCK 3/8
4
NUT 3/8-16
4
FRAME ASSY.
1
LINE ASSY., FUEL TANK
TO FILTER
1
ROD, BATTERY RETAINER 2
NUT, 5/16-18
2
WASHER, FLAT 5/16 2
WASHER, SPIT LOCK 2
BATTERY, 12 V
1
CABLE ASSY., POSITIVE
1
CABLE ASSY., NEGATIVE 1
RETAINER, BATTERY
1
THERMOCOUPLE ASSY.
(includes fittings)
2
LINE ASSY. - FILTER
TO PUMP
1
LINE ASSY. OIL VALVE
TO GUN ASSY.
1
OIL PUMP ASSY.
(see also fig. 14)
(mounting hardware)
1
BOLTS 5/16-18 * 1-1/2
2
WASHER, FLAT 5/16
4
NUT, LOCK 5/16-18
2
BLOWER HOUSING,
PUMP SIDE
(mounting hardware)
1
BOLT 3/8-16 * 1-1/4
3
BOLT 3/8-16 * 7
4
WASHER 3/8
14
NUT, LOCK 3/8-16

Fig. Ref. Curtis


Qty/Per
No. No. Part No. Name/Description
Assy.
2
6 48206
CHASSIS JUNCTION BOX
ASSY. (see also Fig. 13)
(mounting hardware)
1
120393 WASHER, FLAT 5/16
2
120214 WASHER, LOCK 5/16
2
120376 NUT 5/16-18
2
7 45024
BLOWER MOUNTING
BRACKET
2
49057
LINE ASSY., PUMP TO
FUEL TANK (not shown)
1
8 45029
BLOWER MOUNTING
BRACKET
2
48096
FUEL OIL FILTER ASSY.
(see also Fig. 17)
(mounting hardware)
1
49055
LINE ASSY., FUEL TANK
TO FILTER (not shown)
1
9 48076
FORMULATION
PUMP ASSY.
(see also fig. 3 & 18)
1
10 48099
FORMULATION HOSE
ASSY.
1
11 45932-4 TERMINAL BOARD
THERMOCOUPLE
CONECTION
(mounting hardware)
1
159341 SCREW 6-32 * 5/8
4
NUT, 6-32
4
138526 LOCKWASHER
4
12 48079
FORMULATION
SOLENOID VALVES
ASSY. (see also Fig. 5)
(mounting hardware)
1
20401
U BOLT
2
120392 WASHER, FLAT
4
120375 NUT, - 20
4
20380
WASHER, SPLIT
4
3
49059
PUMP ASSEMBLY
1
1 444258 STREET TEE
1
2 48155
BUSHING
1
3 48008
PRESSURE GAUGE
1
4 120063 SIDE OUTLET TEE
1
5 122017 SWIVEL ADAPTOR
3
6 144093 COUPLING
1
7 115224 BUSHING
1
8 120063 ELBOW
2
9 48009
RELIEF VALVE
1
10 109421 CLOSE NIPPLE
2
11 444581 PIPE PLUG
2
12 48032
13 120127
14 45704

FILTER
NIPPLE ROTARY GEAR PUMP
(see also Fig. 17)
15 39565
KEY
16 45738-6 SHEAVE ASSY.
(mounting hardware)
120393 WASHER 5/16
122027 BOLT 5/16-18 * 1.25

1
1
1
1
1
4
4

Fig. Ref. Curtis


No. No. Part No.
3
120214
4
49060
1 45032-1
2 62641-2
3 29578
4 48155
48142
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7

1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

43

Qty/Per
Name/Description
Assy.
WASHER, LOCK 5/16
4
FILTER ASSEMBLY
1
FILTER
1
ELBOW
1
ELBOW
1
BUSHING, REDUCER
1
REPLACEMENT KIT,
FILTER
1
49061
SOLENOID VALVE
ASSEMBLY
1
49041
HOSE ASSY., PUMP/
SOLENOID VALVE
1
49044
ELBOW
1
48155
BUSHING, REDUCER
1
49145
NIPPLE
1
45904
VALVE, INSECTICIDE
SOLENOID
1
22124
NIPPLE, 1/8 PIPE
2
45905
VALVE, SOLENOID
MODIFIED
1
22063
TEE, STREET
1
49040
PLATE, VALVE MOUNING
444040 ELBOW, STREET
1
45777
SWIVEL
45708
DRAIN SOLENOID
VALVE
1
45792
GUN ASSEMBLY
1
45152-5 NUT
1
45426
BULKHEAD FITTING
1
48080
BUSS BAR ASSY.
2
120614 NUT 10-32
2
120801 LOCKWASHER 10-32
4
45729
ELECTRODE
STABILIZER
1
45428
IGNITION ELECTRODE 2
45172
BURNER NOZZLE
1
45427
NOZZLE ADAPTOR
1
48112
HEX SOCKET
SETSCREW - 20 * 3/8
1
48111
HEX SOCKET CAP
SCREW - 20 *
1
45425
OIL DELIVERY TUBE
1
45999
GENERATOR ASSEMBLY 1
45738-3 SHEAVE ASSY.
1
45999-20 GENERATOR
1
48053
CONDUIT LOCKNUT 2
45702-4 KEY
1
62572-2 TANK, FUEL BURNER
1
62545-2 STANDPIPE, BYPASS
1
62545
STANDPIPE,
FORMULATION
1
49025
POST, FUEL TANK
1
63268
STRAP AY., RUBBER
2
48059
HOSE, FORMULATION
INJECTION
1
48035
ADAPTOR, SWIVEL
48058
NOZZLE, INJECTION

Fig. Ref. Curtis


Qty/Per
No. No. Part No. Name/Description
Assy.
9
48099
HOSE ASSEMBLY
1
1 45780
FORMULATION HOSE
ASSY.
2
2 45776
DRUM PLUG
1
3 45778
STANDPIPE HOSE
ASSY.
1
4 40587
SUCTION STRAINER
1
10
BLOWER ASSY.
(internal parts)
1 45009
IMPELLER ASSY.
1
2 48114
SET SCREW 5/16-16 * 5/8
CONE POINT
3 48197
COUPLING, FLEXIBLE
1
4 45828
BEARING
2
5 45005
SHAFT
1
6 48073
RETAINING RING
1
12
49111
REMOTE CONTROL
BOX ASSY.
1
1 45471
SWITCH, TOGGLE, SPST.
3
2 30024
RING, LOCKING
4
3 45945
SWITCH, TOGGLE, SPDT
1
4 48024
LIGHT, INDICATOR
2
5 49108
METER, TEMPERATURE
1
6 157684 SCREW, 10-32 *
1
7 138479 WASHER, LOCK
1
8 120361 NUT, 10-24, HEX
1
9 62674
SWITCH, SPST,
MOMENTARY
2
10 48166
METER, ELAPSED TIME
1
11 49106
CONTROLLER,
THERMAL
(mounting hardware)
1
34136
STANDOFF, PUSH,
SCREW MOUNTING
4
190075 SCREW, 6-20 * 5/16, TAP
4
12 49107 TEMP. CONTROL
13 49001 CONTROL, TEMP
14 62628
REMOTE CABLE
ASSEMBLY, 16 PIN
1
15 62661-4 COUPLING RING
2
13
48206-1 CHASSIS JUNCTION BOX
ASSY.
1
1 45957
COVER,
WEATHERPROOF
1
2 49030
CABLE ASSY.,
GENERATOR
1
3 45934-8 CIRCUIT BREAKER
1
4 161627 SCREW, SHEET
METAL, COVER
MOUNTING
12

Fig. Ref. Curtis


Qty/Per
No. No. Part No. Name/Description
Assy.
13 5 45932-12 TERMINAL BOARD
(mounting hardware)
1
159336 SCREW, 6-32 *
4
48034-1 NUT, LOCK 6-32
4
6 45956
DUPLEX SOCKET
(mounting hardware)
1
48034-2 NUT, LOCK
2
9 49082
VOLTMETER
1
10 45960-2 CABLE ASSY.,
ENGINE CONTROL
1
11 45960-2 CABLE ASSY., FOG
SOLENOID CONTROL
1
12 45960-3 CABLE ASSY.,
THERMOCOUPLE PICK-UP 1
13 45960-1 CABLE ASSY.,
BURNER CONTROL
1
14
48187
OIL PUMP ASSEMBLY
1
1 48095
MALE CONNECTOR
1
2 85742
NIPPLE 1/8 27
1
3 45053
DELAYED OIL VALVE
1
4 85748
ELBOW
1
6 40606
ELBOW
1
7 48188
OIL PUMP
1
15
48058
INJECTION NOZZLE AND
NIPPLE ASSY.
1
1 48025
INJECTION NOZZLE
(mounting hardware)
1
421668 SCREW, STAINLESS
STEEL, - 20 * 3/8
3
16
1 49047-1 BELT
1
2 49047-2 BELT
1
17
49060
FILTER ASSY.
1
48142
REPLACEMENT KIT,
FILTER

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INDEX
BATTERY..
BELT..
Generator Blower...
Formulation Pump........
BURNER, FUEL
CLEAN-UP..
ENGINE ...(see attached manual).. ..
FILTER
Formulation ..
Fuel ..
FLUSHING ......
FOGGING ....
GENERATOR .
Brushes .
Commutator .
GUN ASSEMBLY, HEATER ....
HEATER OIL .....
INSTALLATION .....
MAINTENANCE ...
PUMP
Formulation .
Fuel Oil ....
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ...
SYSTEMS DIAGRAM
THERMAL CONTROLLER ..
THERMOCOUPLE .....
TROUBLE ISOLATION & CORRECTION .
VALVE
Delayed Solenoid .....
Drain Solenoid .....
Fog Solenoid ....

45

10
23
36
36
5
18
9
20
21
19
17
23
24
24
22
21
12
19
20
36
5
7
24
24
25
24
24
24

DYNA-FOG Offers a complete and wide assortment of aerosol generator systems.


PULSE-JET POWERED THERMAL FOGGERS:
From 0-120 GPH (0-453 LPH) output. Our complete line
include different models like the Superhawk, Golden
Eagle, Trailblazaer, Patriot, Blackhawk, Mister III, Mister
Max, SilverCloud and Model 1200.
Portable or Truck mounted machines. Different models
are available for Oil base or Water base formulations.

L30

ELECTRIC ROTARY ATOMIZERS:


DYNA-JET L30: State of the Art,
Electric Rotary Atomizer ULV Aerosol
Generator. 12 VDC, Light Weight,
Truck mounted Machine wit FMI
pump. Optional Radar Sincroflow.
DYNA-JET L15: Drift Sprayer for
migratory pest control like Locust.
Flow Rate from 0 to 2000 ml/min.
Optional Radar Syncroflow.
ASC-A20: State of the Art, Electric
Rotary Atomizer, for use on Fixed
Wing and Rotary Wing aircraft.

L15
ASC-A20

WIND DRIVEN ROTARY ATOMIZERS:


The ASC-A10 is a wind driven atomizer designed for Fixed Wing aircraft. The rotational
speed of the atomizer controls the droplet size and can be adjusted by changing the
angle of the blades. Also available is the ASC-A10H for Rotary Wing application.
No other Rotary atomizer for aircraft can handle the amount of Flow rate as the ASC
Atomizer.
Several accessories are available to meet your requirements. Also available in 12 or 24
VDC, see rotary atomizers above model ASC-A20.
ELECTRIC
HAND-HELD
ULV/MIST
GENERATORS: Full line of electric cold fog
applicators with 1 Gal (3.8 L) tank, available in
115 and 230 VAC.
An Electric Thermal
version is available. For bigger Formulation
capacity we have some models with 3 Gal
(11.4 L) tank.

CYCLONE
ULTRA-FLEX

HURRICANE

COMBUSTION
ENGINE
DRIVEN
ULV
AEROSOL
GENERATORS:
Truck mounted Units powered by 8, 9, 11 or 18 HP four cycle,
OHV Gasoline Engine. Diesel version available. One, two or four
nozzles. Optional full remote control of boom functions (rotation of
turntable and angle of nozzles).
Diversity of pumping systems, Gear, Piston and Diaphragm.
Pressurized system available for overseas market.
Optional Radar Syncroflow.
40 cc Two cycle portable machines also available.

CURTIS DYNA-FOG Ltd.


www.dynafog.com
www.dynafog.com
Call or write today for a free brochure

17335 US Highway 31 North


Westfield, IN 46074 U.S.A.
Phone: (317) 896-2561
Fax: (317) 896-3788
Internet: www.dynafog.com

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2/04
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