Linde Order Picker Type 149 Explosion Protected: N20 Ex, N25 Ex Operating Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Order Picker Type 149 Explosion Protected.

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:
N20 Ex
N25 Ex

Format: PDF, 65  Pages
Language: English


   Approved  applications
   Technical  note 
   Pallet truck takeover 
   Type plates 
   Technical  data 
   Technical  description 
   Temperature monitor  
   General view of truck
   Operating and display elements 
   Multifunctional  display 
   Adjusting the contrast 
   Adjusting  the  lighting 
   Adjusting the date/time 
   Composite instrument for gas warning system 
   Hour meter 
   Battery discharge indicator 
   Technical  description 
   Gas warning system  
Beginning operation
   Safety rules 
   Report of Thorough Examination 
   Accident prevention check  
   Explosion protection check  
   Operation of industrial trucks in the plant area 
   Handling  fluids  and  lubricants 
   Running-in  instructions
   Maintenance work prior to initial start-up 
   Daily  inspections 
   Daily checks and servicing before operation 
   Check FORW/BACK and lift/lower controls 
   Check electrical steering 
   Check  braking 
   Checking operation of the emergency isolator button  
   Check the horn  
   Check the battery charge  
   Charging the battery  
   Opening battery cover 
   Connecting/disconnecting  battery  connector  
   Recharging the battery with an external charger  
   Closing and battery cover 
   Check the battery condition, electrolyte level and
   specific gravity  
   Battery change  
   Battery change with a hoist  
   Battery change with a trolley  
   Approved  use 
   Starting up 
   Directions of travel identification 
   Forward travel 
   Reverse travel 
   Reversing the direction of travel 
   Operating the emergency isolator button 
   Operation in the pedestrian mode 
   Starting on a slope 
   Steering direction in forward travel 
   Braking, lifting, lowering, horn 
   Regenerative  brake 
   LBC brake 
   Electro-hydraulic  braking 
   Lifting the fork
   Lowering of the fork
   Operating the horn 
   Before  loading 
   Transporting the load 
   Depositing  the  load 
   Picking up the load at the first level 
   Before leaving the truck
   Stand-by function of truck
   Hoisting, blocking up, towing 
   Hoisting the truck with a crane 
   Blocking up the pallet truck 
   Transporting the truck
   Taking the truck out of operation 
   Measures before taking the truck out of operation 
   Putting the truck back into operation 
   General  information 
   Inspection and maintenance after first 50 hours of operation 
   Inspection and maintenance chart 
Inspection and maintenance as required
   Cleaning the truck
   Opening the motor compartment cover 
   Checking the tightness of wheel fasteners 
   Checking the wheels for damage and foreign objects
   Fixing and adjusting the stabiliser wheel 
   Checking the fuses 
   Removing the platform surface covering 
   Cleaning the dead man’s zone on the platform
   Checking the condition of battery connector, terminals and cables 
   Servicing/cleaning  the  battery and battery compartment
   Checking the battery tray 
   Inspecting the gas warning system measuring head 
   Inspecting and calibrating the gas warning system  
   Cleaning the gas warning system measuring head  
   Checking the pump motor brushes,  replacing the motor if necessary  
500-hour inspection and maintenance
   Greasing the turntable bearing of the motor unit 
   Cleaning of steering ring and pinions 
   Checking reduction gear oil level 
   Checking  hydraulic  oil  level 
   Checking tightness of hydraulic circuit 
   Checking condition and fixing of electrical cables and connections  
   Cleaning and checking wear of contacts  
   Checking and, if necessary, replacing traction motor brushes  
   Checking and, if necessary, replacing the steering motor brushes  
   Adjusting the electro-hydraulic brake 
   Checking the various hinges 
   Checking/readjusting the battery cover catch 
1000-hour inspection and maintenance
   Cleaning the non-return valve hydraulic oil filter 
   Checking mechanical fixing of the components 
2000-hour inspection and maintenance
   Replacing the hydraulic oil 
   Replacing the reduction gear oil 
   Inspection  and  maintenance  specifications 
   Lubricant  recommendations 
   Hydraulic  oil 
   Bio  hydraulic  oil 
   Gear oil 
   Lubricating  grease 
   Battery grease 
   Troubleshooting  guide
   Electric circuit diagram (basic equipment) 
   Electric circuit diagram (gas warning system) 
   Hydraulic  circuit  diagram 
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