Linde Electrical Tractor Type 141: P50 Operating Instructions (User Manual)

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Electrical Tractor Type 141.

Original factory manuals for Linde Forklift Trucks, contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate and repair your truck

Covered models:
P50

Format: PDF, 49 Pages
Language: English

Contents:

Description
   Plates and labels
   Technical specifications
   Technical description
   General view
   Controls
   Indicators
   Combination hour meter (operation)
   Discharge limiter / indicator
Operation
   Daily checks and tasks prior to operatio
   Safety rules
   Definition of safety terms
   Use of materials
   Periodic inspections of the truck
   Operating recommendations
   Checks prior to initial operation
   Daily checks prior to use
   Checking the forward/reverse
   Checking the safety brake system
   Checking the automatic brake system
   Checking the brake system
   Checking the emergency stop button operation
   Checking operation of the safety reverse button
   Checking the horn operation
   Checking the battery charge state
   Check on operation and attachment of the coupling system
   Checking attachment of the coupling system 
   Opening the battery cover
   Close and lock the battery cover
   Connecting / disconnecting the battery connector
   Recharging the battery using an external charger
   Checking the condition of the battery cables, terminals and connector
   Checking the electrolyte level, and topping up with water
   Checking the electrolyte specific gravity
   Removal/replacement of the battery
   Changing the battery using a roller carrier
Driving
   Instructions for use
   Starting
   Emergency stop button
   Safety reverse button
   Driving
   Indication of the direction of travel
   Forward travel I Reverse travel
   Reversing the direction of travel
   Steering
Traction and load transport
   Towing
   Hitching the trailer
   Driving with trailer
   Uncoupling the trailer hitch
   Before leaving the truck
   Driving on slope
   Using the truck on a gradient
   Going up and down slopes
   Starting on slopes
Braking, horn
   Countercurrent braking
   Automatic LBC braking
   Electromagnetic braking
   Horn control
Lifting, towing the tractor
   Slinging the tractor
   Jacking the tractor
   Towing the tractor
   Transport and storage of the truck
Maintenance
   General information
   Inspection and maintenance after first
   50 hours of operation *
   Inspection and maintenance schedule
Maintenance as required
   Cleaning the truck
   Checking the tightness of the wheels
   Checking the condition of the wheels
   Attachment and adjustment of the height of stabilizer wheels
   Replacing the drive wheel
   Opening the front cover
   Fuses
   Checking the electrolyte level, and topping up with water
   Checking the electrolyte specific gravity
   Checking the condition of the battery cables, terminals and connector
   Cleaning the battery and battery compartment
Maintenance every 500 hours
   Lubricating the drive unit slew ring
   Checking the hydraulic fluid level
   Checking the leak tightness of hydraulic circuit
   Checking the condition and fastening of electrical cables and connections
   Cleaning the electrical panel
   Cleaning and checking contacts for wear
   Inspection/replacement of the traction motor brushes
   Adjusting the electromagnetic brake
   Checking operation of coupling system
   Checking the coupling system attachment
   Maintenance of the coupling system
   Lubrication of the coupling system
Maintenance every 1000 hours
   Checking the reduction gear oil level
   Removing the pump-motor unit
   Checking the pump-motor brush shoes and
   replacing them if necessary
   Cleaning the hydraulic filter
   Checking the mechanical fitting of components
Maintenance every 2000 hours
   Replacing the hydraulic fluid
   Filling
   Filling the reduction gear with oil
   Filling
   Recommended lubricants
   Hydraulic diagram
   Electrical circuit diagram 
   Index
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