Linde Electric Forklift Truck 337-02 Series: E35P, E40P, E48P Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Linde Electric Forklift Truck 337-02 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, 92 pages
Language: English

        Approved applications
        Technical note
        Truck takeover
        EC declaration of conformity
        Type plates
        Technical data
        Battery data
        Wheel rim and tyre data
        Technical description
        Operator's compartment and controls
        Drive and transmission
        Electrical system
        Mast and hydraulics
        General view of truck
        Operating controls and indicators
        Dual pedal, central control lever
        Single pedal, central control lever
        Dual pedal, individual control levers
        Single pedal, individual control levers
        Combined instrument
        Hour meter
        Battery discharge indicator
    Before operation
        Safety rules
        Safety information
        Residual risks
        In the event of tip-over
        Report of Thorough Examination
        Noise emission levels
        Frequency characteristic for human body vibrations
        Running-in instructions
        Checks prior to initial operation
        Daily checks
        Open the motor cover
        Raise the battery cover
        Remove the floorplate
        Checking state of battery charge
        Charging the battery
        Connecting the battery to an external charger
        Check the battery condition, electrolyte level and specific gravity
        Battery change
        Battery removal with a fork truck
        Battery removal with a crane
        Hydraulic fluid level check
        Check tyre inflation (if applicable)
        Check all controls and their operation
        Interlock switches
        Adjusting the operator's seat
        Fastening the seat belt
        Starting on an incline
        Mounting and dismounting the truck
        Before leaving the truck
        Operating controls - dual pedal
        Forward travel
        Reverse travel
        Change the direction of travel
        Operating controls - single pedal
        Forward travel
        Reverse travel
        Change direction of travel
        Braking - dual pedal
        Reverse traction brake
        Hydraulic footbrake
        Engaging the handbrake
        Releasing the handbrake
        Braking - single pedal
        Reverse traction brake
        Hydraulic footbrake
        Engaging the handbrake
        Releasing the handbrake
        Turning radius
        Operation of mast and attachments (with central control lever)
        Raising the fork carriage
        Lowering the fork carriage
        Tilt mast forward
        Tilt mast backward
        Operating the attachments
        Operating the sideshift
        Operating the clamp
        Operation of mast and attachments (with individual control levers)
        Raising the fork carriage
        Lowering the fork carriage
        Tilt mast forward
        Tilt mast backward
        Operating the attachments
        Operating the sideshift
        Operating the clamp
        Operating the horn
        Emergency isolator
        Load capacity example
        Positioning the forks
        Picking up a load
        Transporting a load
        Depositing a load
        Fuses (main circuit)
        Fuses (ancillary circuits)
        Fuses (optional equipment)
        Slinging the truck
        Jack locations when changing wheels
        Trailer coupling
        Towing instructions
        Towing procedure
        Securing for transportation
        Optional equipment
        Turning on the windscreen wipers
        Switching on the lights
        Direction indicators
        Hazard warning lights
        Front working lights
        Rear working lights
        Operator code entry
        Maintenance and safety guidelines
        General information
        Handling lubricants
        Avoiding accidents
        Safety guidelines
        Measures before taking the truck out of operation
        Putting the truck back into operation
        Mast removal
        Work on the mast and front part of the truck
        Securing the mast against tilting back
        Standard mast
        Securing the mast
        Free lift mast
        Securing the mast
        Triplex mast
        Securing the mast
        Lubrication intervals
        Inspection and maintenance schedule
        Inspection and maintenace as required
        Check the seat belt for condition and correct operation
        Clean the lift truck
        Clean and lubricate the lift chains
        Tighten the wheel nuts
        Check tyres for damage and foreign objects
        Check tyre pressures (if applicable)
        Adjust the lift chains
        Renew the hydraulic hoses
        Renew the motor brushes
        Renew the contactor tips
    Inspection and maintenance every 500
        1000 hours
        Clean the traction, hydraulic and steer motors
        Clean all cooling fans and ducting
        Clean the electrical control panel
        Lubricate the mast and tilt cylinder bearings
        Clean, lubricate and check mounting of the sideshift unit
        Check the brake assembly linings
        Visual check of motor brushes
        Check control unit contacts
        Renew the regenerative braking contactor
        Check the working, steering and power assisted braking hydraulic systems for damage and leaks
        Check the mounting of motors, chassis fittings, overhead guard, counterweight, mast and steering axle
        Lubricate the fork carriage, fork latches and check condition of forks
        Check the mast and lift chains for condition and security
        Lubricate mast, lift chains and grease chain pulleys
        Check the pretension of attachment double hoses
        Check and lubricate pedal and accelerator system
        Check and lubricate all pivots and hinges
        Check the battery lid latch, adjust if necessary
        Check the battery lid gas struts
        Inspection and maintenance every 1500 hours
        Renew hydraulic reservoir breather filter
        Change hydraulic reservoir suction filter
        Check the condition and security of electrical cables and connections
        Inspection and maintenance every 3000 hours
        Change hydraulic oil
        Change drive axle oil
        Change brake fluid
        Grease wheel bearings
        Inspection and maintenance data
        Recommended lubricants
        Hydraulic oil
        Multipurpose grease
        Gear oil
        General purpose oil
        Chain Spray
        Brake fluid
        Hydraulic system piping
    Circuit diagram
    Circuit diagram lighting and options
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