OPERATION, SERVICE & MAINTENANCE MANUAL
Make certain machine is firmly secured to floor. This can be accomplished with two pieces of 6 x 6's or with
#5054 optional base. #5054 Base - Invert the base and set it on two 4 x 4's. Place washers on the bolts supplied
with the base. Insert these bolts into four bushings (pipes). Mix up cement and pour it into the base. Level of the
cement should be approximately to " below the sides of the base. Allow it to stand for two days. After you
have turned the base over, place a #39 rubber foot on each bolt and set the machine into place. Place a washer
and nut on each bolt and tighten. Lag each corner of the base to the floor.
Base made up from 6 x 6's - Obtain two each 6 x 6's 24" in length. Since one is to be placed under the two front
feet and the other under the two rear feet of the machine, bolt them into the floor so that the space in between the
2 6 x 6's is 12-1/4". If you have a cement floor, we would suggest that you anchor these 6 x 6's into the floor with a
threaded rod and a threaded expansion screw anchor. Place the 5033/DG on the 6 x 6's making certain that you
have a #39 rubber foot under each leg. Secure the machine to the 6 x 6's with 4 each 3/8" x 4-1/2" lag screws.
The machine must be installed by a qualified electrician to a 115 volt 60 cycle power source.
The 5033/DG Paint Conditioner is designed to handle 2 cases of 4 - 1 gallon cans per case, a 5 gallon can or
smaller containers ranging down to 1 gallon. If you are unable to reach the can or case with the upper jaw, place
the odd size can adaptor supplied with the machine on the can or case and then secure with the upper jaw of the
can clamp assembly. If you contemplate operating this machine with loads greater than specified above, we
would suggest that you contact Red Devil, Inc. and give them full details of your operation.
Do not overtighten adjusting handle #71 which actuates the #70 upper plate container holder.
Before starting machine, make certain that you have tightened the clutch in order to hold the can clamp assembly
(can holder) rigid to the #47 fork rod. If the container holder begins to slip or rotate while the machine is in