Freelander Service Procedures
BODY SEALING MATERIALS
1100mm flexible nylon lance
This lance is similar in pattern to the rigid version, but provides the additional penetration required for curved sections
or in places where access is difficult. Its main limitation is a lack of positional accuracy inside box sections.
Carry out all spraying on the outward stroke of the lance. Withdraw the lance slowly to ensure sufficient coverage. Do
not withdraw the lance too quickly.
Ensure that the nylon tube of the lance is kept away from the edges of the access hole to eliminate abrasion and
extend the life of the tube. Take care to ensure that spraying ceases just before the nozzle emerges from the access
hole. To assist in this process paint the final 30mm of the nozzle with RED paint.
Hook nozzle on flexible lance
The rigid hook produces a highly atomised, forward-directed, fully conical spray pattern having long range and good
dispersion characteristics. This combination has good directional capabilities for treating short, narrow sections, and
may also be used for direct spraying of inner wheel arches etc.
In use, position the flat area at the end of the lance at 180
to the nozzle spray direction. This will help to guide the
spray more accurately when it is concealed in a box section or access hole.
For general spraying, move the nozzle in an arc from side to side as required, to ensure full coverage.
Ensure that all wax injection/application equipment is kept clean. Use white spirit for this purpose immediately after
wax injection operations.