Attach the air hose assembly to the compressed air source. Some applications may require the user to replace the quick release hose connector with a fitting compatible with local air supply hardware. Place the cartridge into the retainer and bayonet retainer adapter. Adjust the regulating wheel to set feed volume. When the trigger is depressed, air pressure pushes against the plunger in the cartridge. This allows for positive even dispensing of material. The material continues to flow until the trigger is released thereby permitting a drop, shot or bead to be accurately applied.
The amount of material dispensed is determined by the viscosity of the material, air line pressure, regulating wheel setting, nozzle or needle orifice size and the length of time the trigger is depressed. When all the material has been dispensed from the cartridge, twist the retainer to remove from gun. Then remove the disposable cartridge and nozzle. For smooth operation weekly, add a couple drops of air tool oil in the air inlet. Dispose of leftover material in accordance with local regulations and instructions on the material safety data sheet.