Designed and manufactured at our Southern California facility, the SB2005 is our original, industry leading dual component polyurea pump. Known for its durability and reliability, the SB2005 features a heavy duty welded steel frame and durable stainless steel tanks. The tanks have a 6.7 gallon capacity that make it easy to load with a full 5 gallon pail of material. Speed and power controls integrated into the applicator wand make one man operation a breeze. An included battery/inverter/charging system allow for cordless operation and the pump can always be run on standard 110 power.
1. Become completely familiar with the SB-2005 pump before operation and read all safety recommendations on the SDS of the material you will be pumping.
2. Keep hands and clothing free from all moving chains, gears and moving parts.
3. Secure the pump and use the wheel brakes when transporting.
4. Always use the same tanks (Isocyanate or Polyol) with similar chemicals or mixed material will cure inside of the tanks, pumps, hoses, etc…
5. Never alter the machine from its original condition for safety purposes.
1. Fill tanks – Iso in Iso tank, Polyol in Polyol tank. Never allow pumps to run dry – keep them wet with oil if not polyol or isocyanate.
2. Check all connections for leaks and tightness. Chain adjustment: loosen the nut on the idler sprocket and slide up or down for approximately ½” of play.
3. Connect pump to power supply, (See #8 below if equipped with battery/inverter/charger), and open tank lid air vents, or remove lids.
4. Main power switch is located on the aluminum box – switch it to “ON” and use the red rocker thumb switch to turn the pump on or off. Adjust speed control with the dial knob on the hand applicator and verify pump is working. Attach nozzle to manifold with retaining nut, purge product to test for proper mixing, then begin pumping.
5. When finished, turn “OFF” the red thumb switch, then turn off the main switch located on the aluminum box, disconnect your power source, close lid air vents, remove nozzle and grease manifold until grease flows out. Add a small amount of grease to the manifold threads before replacing night cap and nut. Be sure your pumps and supply lines remain wet with product or oil.
6. Seal the tanks air tight with a sheet of clear plastic or the best option is to add a layer of dry compressed nitrogen for approximately 3 – 5 seconds quickly closing the lid after adding the nitrogen.
7. For detailed instructions, please view the videos on our website, www.hitechpolyurea.com.
8. Battery/Inverter/Charger: If equipped, be sure the battery is charged and connected to the inverter with the quick disconnects. (The quick disconnects connect the battery to the inverter, and quickly unplug to connect the battery to the charger as needed). To power up, turn on the inverter – green light illuminates and fan within inverter starts running, plug the SB2005 into the inverter, turn on the machine.
1. Empty tanks and purge the system out with Formula 83, xylene, or like material. Cycle cleaner through system for 10 minutes using ratio valves on the manifold, but also purge through the manifold to clean it out. Wipe tanks clean then purge cleaner out with clean oil leaving it within the lines, manifold, valves, and the pumps. Always check and clean debris from strainers at base of tanks. DO NOT USE ACETONE.
2. Grease manifold through fittings and add grease to manifold threads.
3. Replace night cap securely with nut.
4. Hi-Tech ISO GONE is a great product for cleaning the geared pumps and tanks where material has hardened.
5. For detailed instructions, please view the videos on our website, www.hitechpolyurea.com.