Linde Electric Reach Truck Type 1120: R14, R16, R20, R25 Operating Instructions (User Manual)

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Electric Reach Truck Type 1120.

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:
R14
R16
R20
R25

Format: PDF, 191 Pages
Language: English

Contents:

1. Introduction
   Your industrial truck
   Intended use
   Impermissible use
   Description of use and climatic conditions
   Symbols used
   General description
   Taking delivery of the industrial truck
   Legal requirements for placing on the market
2. Safety
   Safety guidelines
   Inclines, ramps, docks and lifts
   Residual risks
   Stability
   In the event of tip-over
   Handling consumables
   Competent person
   Regulations
3. Overview
   Identification plates and labels
   Nameplate
   Capacity rating plate
   Controls and indicators
   Operator's display
   Lift height indicator (LHI)
   Definition of direction of travel
4. Operation
   Instructions for running-in
   Pre-shift checks
   Service plan
   Check the battery state of charge
   Check all controls and their operation
   Check the battery securing latch
   Check general condition of truck
   The battery
   Operator adjustments
   Braking -twin pedal
   Braking -single pedal
   Driving-twin pedal
   Driving-single pedal
   Driving on upward and downward slopes
   Operating the mast and attachments (with two joystick control)
   Operating the mast and attachments (with four joystick control)
   Working with a load
   Before picking up a load
   Picking up a load
   Driving with a load
   Setting down loads
   Before exiting the truck
   Special equipment
   Lighting (options)
   360° Steering (Option)
   Opposite direction steering (Option)
   Linde Forklift data Management -LFM (Option)
   Closed circuit television
5. Maintenance
   Maintenance safety guidelines
   Covers and cowlings
   Fuses
   Emergency lower
   Emergency steering and parking brake release
   Jacking the truck
   Hoisting the truck
   Securing for transportation
   Towing procedure
   Mast unit
   Lubricants and operating materials
   Inspection and maintenance data
   Routine inspection and maintenance
   Maintenance schedules — standard
   Service plan — as required
   1000-hour service plan
   3000 h Service plan
   6000 h Service plan
   Maintenanceschedules — cold store
   Service plan — as required (cold store version)
   500-hour service plan (cold store version)
   1500-hour service plan (cold store version)
   3000-hour service plan (cold store version)
   Motor
   Check the parking brake gap
   Chassis, bodywork and fittings
   Clean the truck
   Check the battery trolley slides and associated mechanism
   Lubricate the cabin hinges and door latch (if fitted)
   Check condition of side guide rollers (iffitted)
   Undercarriage
   Checking the condition and security of the wheels and tyres
   Check the brake fluid level
   Check condition of brake pipes
   Check the load wheel brake shoes for wear
   Change the brake fluid
   Electrics/electronics
   Check the condition of the battery and battery cables
   Check the condition and security of electrical connections and cables
   Hydraulic system
   Check the hydraulic hoses and pipes for damage
   Hydraulic system: Checking the oil level
   Check the hydraulic return line filter
   Replace the hydraulic tank breather filter
   Changing the hydraulicoil
   Replace the hydraulic return line filter
   Load lift system
   Check the lift chains for condition and security
   Lubricate the mast channels, mast rollers, lift chains, chain pulleys and mast hose
   pulley assemblies
   Lubricate the reach channels and rollers
   Check the reach carriage rollers, adjust if required
   Lubricate the fork carriage
   Lubricate the tilt and sideshift slider pad
   Shutting down
   Taking the truck out of operation
   Decommissioning the truck
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