Linde Mains-powered Forklift Truck H-Series Type 394: H40V, H45V, H50V User Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Mains-powered Forklift Truck H-Series Type 394.

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:
H40V
H45V
H50V

Format: PDF, 181 Pages
Language: English

Contents:

1. Introduction
    Your forklift truck 
    Proper usage
    Impermissible use 
    Description of use and climatic conditions
    Symbols used 
    Technical Description
    Receiving the industrial truck 
    Legal requirements for placing on the market 
2. Safety
    Safety regulations 
    Residual risks 
    Stability 
    In the case of tip-over 
    Handling consumables
    Competent person
    Regulations
    Instructions before fitting attachments 
    Fork carriage emergency lowering 
    Emergency exit with attached rear window 
    Monitoring the cable reel 
3. Overview
    Rating plates 
    Vehicle overview 
    Controls 
    Indicator unit 
    Switch panel 
    Mains power equipment
4. Operation
    Initial commissioning 
    Running-in instructions 
    Checks before starting work 
    Standard equipment 
    Enteringandexitingthetruck 
    Adjustingthedriver’sseat 
    Adjusting the steering column 
    Settingtheclock 
    Seatbelt 
    Traction motor (two-pedaloperation) 
    Driving (dual-pedal operation) 
    Traction engine (single-pedal operation) 
    Driving (single-pedal operation) 
    Steeringsystem 
    Brakesystem 
    horn 
    Liftingsystemandattachments(centralleveroperation) 
    Liftingsystemandattachments(singleleveroperation) 
    Special equipment 
    Lifting system and attachments (single lever operation with toggle-switch-controlled
    3rdauxiliaryhydraulics) 
    Lifting system and attachments with 3rd auxiliary hydraulics without toggleswitch 
    Adjust driver’s seat withswiveldevice 
    Adjustingthedriver’sseatequippedwithairsuspension 
    Liftmastpositioning 
    Lighting 
    Windscreenwiper 
    Window heater
    Driver’scab 
    Linde Forklift Data Management (LFM) 
    Working under load
    Before taking up a load 
    Adjustingtheforkspread 
    Takingupload 
    Travelling with load 
    Setting down loads
    Towcoupling 
    Before exiting thetruck 
    Before leaving the lift truck unattended 
    Loading/transporting 
    Securing the hosepulley against rolling up 
    Removingtheliftmast 
    Driving without the lift mast
    Loading 
    Transportation by lorry or low loading trucks 
5. Maintenance
    Inspection and maintenance overview program 
    Generalremarks 
    Bonnet 
    Floorplate 
    Workingontheliftmastandatthefrontofthetruck 
    Inspection and maintenance data 
    Recommendations for working materials  
    Checks before starting work 
    Inspection and maintenance as required    
    Inspection and maintenance work every 1000 operating hours or every year  
    Inspection and maintenance every 3000 operating hours or every 2 years 
    Inspection and maintenance work every 6000 operating hours or every 3 years 
    Checks prior to starting work
    Check the electrical connectiontothemains-poweredtruck 
    Checkingthetyrepressure 
    Checking the condition of the antistatic belt 
    Hydraulic system: Checktheoillevel 
    Inspection and maintenance as required 
    Cleaningthetruck 
    Checking the conditionandcorrectfunctionoftheseatbelt 
    Changing a wheel 
    Cleaningandgreasingthesteeringaxle 
    Check the tyres for damageandforeignobjects 
    Tighten the wheel nuts 
    Cleaningthehydraulicoilcoolerandcheckingforleaks 
    Cleaning and sprayingtheliftmastchain 
    Cleansideshift(specialequipment)andgrease,checkfastening 
    Topping up the washer system water tank (special equipment) 
    Checking the mainscurrentsystem 
    Cleaningorchangingthefilterfortheelectricfan 
    Check the third auxiliary hydraulic function and safety system (option) 
    Inspection and maintenance every 1000 operating hours or every year 
    Axle clamps and wheel motors: checking the mountings 
    Checkingandadjustingthesidestopsonthedriveaxle 
    Check fastening for frame, tilt cylinders and steering axle
    Checking and oiling other bearing points and joints 
    Check the operation of the parkingbrake 
    Cleaning and greasing the steering axle 
    Checking the mountings of the steering cylinder and steering pivot pin   
    Checking the pedals
    Check the condition and secure positioning of electric cables, cable connectors and  connections 
    Checkingthemainscurrentsystem 
    Cleaning or changing the filterfortheelectricfan 
    Checking,sprayingandretensioningthecablereeldrivechain 
    Hydraulicsystem:Checktheoillevel 
    Check correct operation ofbreathervalveonthehydraulicoiltank 
    Checkthehydraulicsystemforleaks 
    Cleaning the hydraulic oil cooler and checking for leaks
    Check the tension of doublehoses 
    Lift mast, lift mast chains, lift cylinder and end stops: Check mounting, condition and  function 
    Adjustingtheliftmastchain 
    Check the forks and forkquick-releases 
    Clean sideshift (special equipment) and grease, check fastening
    Inspection and maintenance every 3000 operating hours or every two years 
    Checking the drive axlebearingsforwear 
    Checking the hydraulic pump’s mounting on the engine
    Checkingthebellowsattheactuatinglever 
    Hydraulic system: changingthefilter 
    Check tilt cylinder bearings for wear 
    Checking the slide guides on the sideshift (special equipment) for wear  
    Inspection and maintenance every 6000 operating hours or every three years 
    Change hydraulic oil
    Self-help 
    Opening the cover to theelectricalsystem 
    Fuses for basic and special equipment 
    Mainfusesinenginecompartment 
    Diagnostic connector 
    Malfunctionsduringoperation 
    Malfunctions,causesandremedies(electricmotor) 
    Malfunctions, causes, remedies (hydraulic equipment) 
    Towing 
    Shutting down 
    Placing the forklifttruckinstorage 
    Disposalofoldtrucks 
6. Technical data
    Tyre variants and rim sizes 
    Load capacity diagrams andlift mast data as at 02/2011 
    Additional capacity rating plate for attachments.
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