Linde Electric Lift Truck 387 Series: E20, E25, E30, E35 Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Linde Electric Lift Truck 387 Series.

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

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Format: PDF, 300 Pages
Language: English

    1. Introduction
        Your industrial truck
        Intended use
        Impermissible use
        Description of use and climatic conditions
        Symbols used
        Technical description
        Receivingthe industrial truck
        Legal requirements for placing on the market
        Service plan before initial commissioning
    2. Safety
        Safety guidelines
        Residual risks
        In the case of tip-over
        Emergency exit with attached rear window
        Handling consumables
        Competent person
        Fit attachments
        Fork carriage emergency lowering
        Fork carriage emergency lowering for trucks with an elevated driver's compartment
    3. Overview
        Identification plate
        Truck overview
        Operating devices
        Display unit
        Switch panel
    4. Operation
        Instructions for running-in
        Pre-shift checks
        Standard equipment
        Entering and exiting the truck
        Adjusting the driver's seat
        Adjusting the steering column
        Setting the time
        Seat belt
        Switching the truck on and off
        Driving (dual-pedal operation)
        Driving (single-pedal operation)
        Steering system
        Brake system
        Joystick —Central-lever operation
        Joystick — Single-lever operation
        Emergency off switch
        Special equipment
        Adjusting the driver's seat equipped with air suspension
        Adjusting the driver's seat with rotating device
        Mast positioning
        Steering angle display
        Lift height restriction
        Lifting system and attachments (single-lever operation with 3rd auxiliary hydraulics)
        Windscreen wipers
        Window heater
        Heating system
        Linde Forklift Data Management (LFM)
        Integrated charger
        Working under load
        Before load pick up
        Adjustfork arm distance
        Load pick up
        Driving underload
        Setting down loads
        Before exiting the truck
        Parkingthe truck securely
        Removing the lift mast
        Driving without the lift mast
        Crane loading
        Transportation by lorry or low loading trucks
    5. Maintenance
        General remarks
        Inspection and maintenance data
        Recommendationsfor consumables
        Inspection and maintenance overview
        One-off service plan after 1 000 hours
        Service plan for every 1000 hours
        Service plan for every 3000 hours
        Service plan for every 6000 hours
        Checking the planetary transmission oil level
        Checking the planetary transmission for leaks
        Changing the oil in the planetary transmission
        Chassis, bodywork and fittings
        Checking the mountings
        Cleaning the industrial truck
        Opening and closing the battery hood
        Checking the condition and correct function of the seat belt
        Check the tilt cylinder bearings for wear
        Check and oil other bearings and joints
        Other cleaning and greasing
        Filling up the washer system /water tank
        Chassis frame
        Checking the tyres
        Checking the condition of the antistatic belt
        Wheel change
        Tightening the wheel fastenings
        Cleaning and lubricating the combined axle
        Checking the drive axle heat sinks for contamination, cleaning if necessary
        Operating devices
        Checking the brake system
        Check bellows on joystick
        Checking and oiling the pedal group and linkage
        Electrics/ Electronics
        Checking the battery charge status
        Charging the battery
        Charging the battery using an external battery charger
        Active charging ventilation unit
        Battery replacement
        Battery replacement — truck with elevated driver's compartment
        Checking the main contactor
        Adjusting the accelerator
        Checking the fans for function and contamination, and cleaning if necessary
        Checking the condition and secure positioning of electric cables, cable connectors and connections
        Checking oil level for hydraulic system
        Checking the hydraulic system for leaks
        Changing the hydraulic oil
        Checking the breather filter for leaks
        Changing the breather filter
        Checking the control unit for correct function
        Replacing the high-pressure filter
        Changing the suction filter
        Check the tension of double hoses
        Load lift system
        Lift mast/protection
        Tightening the lift mast/ mountings
        Lift mast — cleaning the chain and applying chain spray
        Lift mast — adjusting the chain
        Lift mast, chains, lift cylinder and end stops:Checking the mountings, condition and function
        Check fork arms and arm safety devices
        Cleaning and lubricating the sideshift (special equipment), checking the fastening
        Checking the sideshift (special equipment) for wear
        Checking the slide guides on the sideshift (special equipment) for wear
        Cleaning and lubricating the fork prong positioner (special equipment), checking the mounting
        Checking the fork prong positioner (special equipment) for wear
        Malfunctions during operation
        Fuses -Basic equipment
        Fuses -Special equipment
        Diagnostic connector
        Shutting down the industrial truck
        Disposal of old trucks
    6. Technical data
        Type sheet E 20/500, as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 20/600H, as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 25/500, as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E25/600 H,as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 25/500 L, as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 25/600 HL, as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 30/500, as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 30/500 L, as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 30/600 H,as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 30/600 HL, as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 35/500 L, as at 01/2012
        Type sheet E 35/500 HL, as at 01/2012
        Truck configuration
        Tyre variants andrim sizes
        Load capacity diagrams
        Lift mast data
        Lift mast data 387 series elevated driver's compartment
        Additional capacity rating plate for attachments
        Vibration characteristics for bodily vibrations
        Noise emission values
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