Linde Order Picker Type 132: N20, N24 Operating Instructions (User Manual)

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Order Picker Type 132.

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, 142 Pages
Language: English


1. Introduction
    Your truck 
    Impermissible use 
    Description of use and climatic conditions
    Specific use of equipment
    Symbols used 
    Legal requirements for marketing 
    Order picker N20 - N24 type 132
2. Safety
    Residual risks 
    Operation of industrial trucks in plant area
    Safety regulations 
    Handling consumables
3. General views
    General view N20 - N24 type 132 (chassis with 4-point support) 
    General view N20 - N24 type 132 (chassis with 5-point support)
    Controls N20 - N24
    Multi-function display 
    Multifunction display settings 
    Biometry option 
4. Operation
    Checks before first use
    Daily checks before use 
    Operating instructions for the N20 - N24 
    Emergency stop button 
    Identifyingthe direction of travel 
    Forward travel / reverse travel 
    Reversing the direction of travel 
    Safety when turning: speed limitation 
    Turning stability 
    Safety when reversing; speed limitation (N20 fitted with a fixed stabiliser wheel
    Operation in ride-on mode 
    Pedestrian controlled mode 
    Using the truck on a slope
    Braking, lifting, lowering, horn
    Load handling 
    Lifting, towing 
5. Maintenance
   Summary of checks and maintenance jobs 
   Calendar of testing and maintenance operations 
   Technical inspection and maintenance characteristics 
   Recommended lubricants . . 
   Daily checks before starting work 
   Checking the direction of travel controls 
   Checking the brakes 
   Checking the lift /lower controls 
   Checking the electric steering 
   Checking the safety devices 
   Checking the battery chargestatus 
   Opening the battery cover . . 
   Plugging in / unplugging the battery connector
   Checking the condition of cables,terminals and battery connector 
   Side access battery;unlocking/locking the battery 
   Battery for side removal: changing using a roller unit 
   Side loading battery; changing the battery with a trolley 
   Maintenance plan as required
   Cleaning the truck 
   Cleaning the battery and its compartment 
   Access to the technical compartment 
   Checking the fuses 
   Seat:checking the condition 
   Handle bar: checking the condition
   Side access battery; selection ofbattery compartment opening side 
   Lifting system, lubricating the collarsand links(version with grease nipples) 
   Inspection and maintenance overview 
   Traction motor 
   Traction motor: cleaning the cooling fins . . 
   Transmission: checking the oil level in the reducer 
   Transmission: draining the reducer
   Steering / wheels / braking 
   Checking the condition and tightness of the wheels 
   Fixed stabiliser, stabiliser wheel height adjustment 
   Steering: checking the gear motor drive pinion/turntable 
   Electromagnetic brake: adjusting the air gap
   Electromagnetic brake, checkingthe booster circuit for leaks 
   Electrical equipment 
   Handling the electrical plate 
   Electrical equipment: cleaning the electrical panel and checking the connections 
   Electrical equipment, checking the control modules LAC, LES and their connections
   Testing and cleaning the fan 
   Servicing the battery 
   Electrical equipment, checking the condition of the cable attachments and electrical connections 
   Hydraulic circuits 
   Main hydraulic circuit 
   Checking and if necessary replacing the main motor pump brushes (N24 only)
   N20-N24 with servos tabilisers 
   Primary hydraulic circuit 
   N20 - N24 with stabiliser wheel drives 
   Lifting system 
   Lifting system 
6. Technical specification
   Specifications for N20 / N24 type 132 

7. Diagrams 
   Main hydraulic diagram 
   Hydraulic diagram for stabilisers
   Power circuit diagram
   Electrical control schematic N20 - N24, (4 point) 
   Electrical control schematic N20 - N24, (5 point)
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