Jungheinrich Electric Lift Truck EFG-Series: 213, 215, 216, 218, 220, 316, 318, 320 Operating Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Jungheinrich JETI Electric Lift Truck EFG-Series.

Original factory manuals for Jungheinrich Forklift Trucks, contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate and repair your truck. All Manuals Printable and contains Searchable Text

Covered models:
213 (from 10.2014)
215 (from 10.2014)
216 (from 10.2014)
216K (from 10.2014)
218 (from 10.2014)
218K (from 10.2014)
220 (from 10.2014)
316 (from 10.2014)
316K (from 10.2014)
318 (from 10.2014)
318K (from 10.2014)
320 (from 10.2014)

Format: PDF, 243 Pages
Language: English

Contents:

A Correct Use and Application 
    1 General
    2 Correct application
    3 Approved application conditions 
    4 Proprietor responsibilities 
    5 Adding attachments and/or optional equipment 
B Truck Description 
    1 Application 
    1.1 Truck models and rated capacity
    2 Assemblies and Functional Description
        2.1 Travel direction definition
        2.2 Assembly Overview 
        2.3 Functional Description 
    3 Technical Specifications 
        3.1 Performance data 
        3.2 Dimensions
        3.3 Weights
        3.4 Mast versions 
        3.5 Tyre type
        3.6 Engine Data
        3.7 EN norms
        3.8 Conditions of use
        3.9 Electrical Requirements
    4 Identification Points and Data Plates 
        4.1 Indication Points 
        4.2 Data plate 
        4.3 Truck capacity plate
        4.4 Attachment capacity plate 
    5 Stability 
        5.1 Wind loads
C Transport and Commissioning 
    1 Transport 
    2 Truck laden
        2.1 Centre of gravity ofthe truck 
        2.2 Lifting the truck by crane 
        2.3 Loading with another industrial truck 
    3 Securing the truck during transport 
    4 Using the Truck for the First Time 
D Battery - Servicing, Recharging, Replacement . 
    1 Safety Regulations Governing the Handling of Lead-Acid Batteries . 
        1.1 General notes on handling batteries. 
    2 Battery types. 
    2.1 Battery dimensions . 
    3 Exposing the battery. 
    4 Charging the battery . 
        4.1 Charging the battery with a stationary charger . 
        4.2 Charging the Battery witha Comfort Charger Socket (o). 
    5 Battery removal and installation . 
        5.1 Removal and installation using an EJE pallet truck with Snapfit battery holder (o) . 
        5.2 Battery holder assembly . 
        5.3 Removal and Installation Using a Hand Pallet Truck with Snapfit Battery Holder (o) . 
        5.4 Removal and installationfor service using a (hand) pallet truck without Snapfit . 
        5.5 Removal and installation using a multi-adapter (o) . 
        5.6 Removal and installation using a worktable for crane loading (o) . 
        5.7 Removal and installation using a fork shoe (o) . 
        5.8 Removal and installation using a roller conveyor (o). 
        5.9 Hook-on battery door removal and installation (o) . 
E Operation . 
    1 Safety Regulations for the Operation of the Forklift Truck. 
    2 Displays and Controls. 
        2.1 Control panel with display unit. 
        2.2 Armrest control panel switch (o). 
        2.3 Side compartment control panel switch (o) . 
        2.4 Display. 
    3 Preparing the Truck for Operation . 
        3.1 Checks and Operations to Be Performed Before Starting Daily Work . 
        3.2 Entry and exit. 
        3.3 Trucks with reduced headroom (o). 
        3.4 Setting up the operatorposition. 
        3.5 Seat Belt . 
    4 Industrial Truck Operation . 
        4.1 Safety regulations for truck operation. 
        4.2 Preparing the truck for operation . 
        4.3 Setting the time. 
        4.4 Parking the truck securely . 
        4.5 Emergency Disconnect. 
        4.6 Travel
        4.7 Steering . 
        4.8 Brakes . 
        4.9 Adjusting the forks . 
        4.10 Replacing the forks. 
        4.11 Lifting, transporting and depositing loads . 
        4.12 Operating the Lift Mechanism and Integrated Attachments . 
        4.13 Safety instructions for operating additional attachments . 
        4.14 Operating additional attachments for the SOLO-PILOT . 
        4.15 Operating additional attachments for the Multi Pilot . 
        4.16 Fitting additionalattachments. 
    5 Towing trailers . 
    6 Optional equipment . 
        6.1 CanCode Keypad . 
        6.2 Assistance systems . 
        6.3 Steel cab. 
        6.4 Sliding windows . 
        6.5 Automatic / mechanical folding gate. 
        6.6 Panel door . 
        6.7 Operator position extension. 
        6.8 Entering and Exiting with the Hip Restraint on the Driver's Seat. 
        6.9 Adjusting the Backrest Extension . 
        6.10 Heating . 
        6.11 Removable load backrest . 
        6.12 Lift cutout override . 
        6.13 Fire extinguisher 
        6.14 Tilt angle display. 
        6.15 Rockinger coupling with hand lever or remote control. 
        6.16 Camera system . 
        6.17 Control layout “N” . 
        6.18 Floor Spot (o) . 
        6.19 Horn Button on Overhead Guard. 
    7 Troubleshooting. 
        7.1 Troubleshooting. 
        7.2 Operating the truck without its own drive system . 
        7.3 Emergency lowering . 
F Industrial Truck Maintenance . 
    1 Operational Safety and Environmental Protection. 
    2 Maintenance Safety Regulations. 
        2.1 Consumables and used parts. 
        2.2 Wheels. 
        2.3 Lift Chains. 
        2.4 Hydraulic system . 
    3 Lubricants and Lubrication Schedule . 
        3.1 Handling consumables safely. 
        3.2 Lubrication Schedule . 
        3.3 Consumables. 
    4 Maintenance and repairs . 
        4.1 Preparing the truck for maintenance and repairs . 
        4.2 Lifting and jacking up the truck safely. 
        4.3 Opening the rear panel. 
        4.4 Checking the Wheel Mounting. 
        4.5 Replacing wheels . 
        4.6 Hydraulic system . 
        4.7 Replacing the hydraulicoil filter . 
        4.8 Replacing the ventilation/discharge filter . 
        4.9 Checking the Electric Steering Oil Level. 
        4.10 Replacing the Electric Steering Oil Filter 
        4.11 Check the gear oil level 
        4.12 Heating 
        4.13 Adding window washersystem fluid
        4.14 Checking electrical fuses
        4.15 Cleaning 
        4.16 Working on the electrical system
        4.17 Restoring the truck to service after maintenance and repairs 
    5 Decommissioning the Industrial Truck
        5.1 Prior to decommissioning 
        5.2 During decommissioning 
        5.3 Restoring the truck to service after decommissioning 
    6 Safety tests to be performed at intervals and after unusual incidents 
    7 Final de-commissioning, disposal
    8 Human vibration measurement 
    9 Servicing and Inspection 
    10 Maintenance Checklist EFG 213-220
        10.1 Operating Company 
        10.2 Customer Service 
    11 Maintenance Checklist EFG 316-320
        11.1 Operating Company 
        11.2 Customer Service 
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