How should I grease my gun, and what grease do I use?

Greasing your gun is crucial for the good-functioning of your spray gun. Discover how to grease your gun.

Greasing your spray gun is the most important step to keep it in prime working order and minimize maintenance costs and unexpected downtime of your spray foam equipment. In this slide deck we will show you how to grease your gun and which grease you should use.

Grease Overview

Fusion Lubrication Gun Grease

Lithium grease for the lubrication of moving parts, the body and the o-rings in Graco spray guns.

  • Keeps your gun in working condition
  • For all types of spray guns
  • Lubrication of moving parts, body and o-rings
  • High adhesion
  • Water resistant

Fusion Quick-Shot Gun Grease

Petroleum lubricating grease for end ofday maintenance to the head of the spray foam gun.

  • Reduces end-of-day maintenance to seconds
  • For Fusion and Probler spray guns
  • To be purged through the mix chamber, ports and chamber nozzle to prevent two-component curing
  • For use with mini grease gun
 
For All Guns: Clean Fluid Manifold

Clean Fluid Manifold sealing faces with compatible solvent and a brass or plastic brush whenever removed from gun. Do not use a steel brush since it can damage the sealing surface.

Be sure to clean the two fluid ports in the top mating surface. Do not damage the flat sealing surfaces. Coat with grease if left exposed, to seal out moisture.

 

How to Grease Your Fusion CS Gun

Regularly

Regulary & liberally lubricate the o-rings, seals and threads of your gun when rebuilding. Also lubricate the moving parts and apply a layer of lubricant over the front cover of gun and body to prevent overspray buildup and ease disassembly.

Use Fusion Lubrication Gun Grease to keep your gun in a perfect working condition.

ClearShot Liquid Cartridge

If ClearShot Liquid cartridge removal or installation is difficult, lubricate cartridge o-rings and/or cartridge bore with a few drops of ClearShot Liquid.

Do not use Fusion grease or other petroleum- or vegetable-based lubricants.

They will cause cartridge o-rings to swell and stick inside gun handle.

 

How to Grease Your Fusion AP Gun

Regularly

Regulary & liberally lubricate the o-rings, seals and threads of your gun when rebuilding. Also lubricate the moving parts and apply a layer of lubricant over the front cover of gun and body to prevent overspray buildup and ease disassembly.

Use Fusion Lubrication Gun Grease to keep your gun in a perfect working condition.

Daily

Grease your gun daily with Fusion Quick-Shot Gun Grease. Purge air carries grease mist through the air chamber and impingement ports and out the mix chamber nozzle, coating all interior surfaces.

 

How to Grease Your Fusion PC Gun

Regularly

Regulary & liberally lubricate the o-rings, seals and threads of your gun when rebuilding. Also lubricate the moving parts and apply a layer of lubricant over the front cover of gun and body to prevent overspray buildup and ease disassembly.

Use Fusion Lubrication Gun Grease to keep your gun in a perfect working condition.

Daily

Grease your gun daily with Fusion Quick-Shot Gun Grease. Purge air carries grease mist through the air chamber and impingement ports and out the mix chamber nozzle, coating all interior surfaces.

 

How to Grease Your Probler P2 Gun

Regulary

Regulary & liberally lubricate the o-rings, seals and threads of your gun when rebuilding. Also lubricate the moving parts and apply a layer of lubricant over the front cover of gun and body to prevent overspray buildup and ease disassembly.

Use Fusion Lubrication Gun Grease to keep your gun in a perfect working condition.

Daily

Grease your gun daily with Fusion Quick-Shot Gun Grease. Purge air carries grease mist through the air chamber and impingement ports and out the mix chamber nozzle, coating all interior surfaces.

 

How to Grease Your Fusion MP Gun

Regulary

Regulary & liberally lubricate the o-rings, seals, the tip and threads of your gun when rebuilding. Also lubricate the moving parts (purge rod) and apply a layer of lubricant over the front cover of gun and body to prevent overspray buildup and ease disassembly.

Use Fusion Lubrication Gun Grease to keep your gun in a perfect working condition.


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