Linde Panorama Forklift Truck 336-02 Series: E25, E30 Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Linde Panorama Forklift Truck 336-02 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

Covered models:
    E25
    E30

Format: PDF, 94 Pages
Language: English

Contents:
Foreword
Approved applications
Impermissible use
Description of use and climatic conditions
Technical note
Truck takeover
EC declaration of conformity
Description
Type plate
Technical data
Noise emission value
Frequency characteristic for human body vibrations
Technical description
Drive
Steering
Hydraulic system
Operation
Brakes
Handbrake
Brush monitor
Electrical system
General view of truck
Controls and indicators
Composite instrument
Hour meter
Battery discharge indicator
Before operation
Safety rules
Safety information
Handling fluids and lubricants
Periodic safety inspection
Residual risks
Stability
Operation of industrial trucks in the plant area
Running-in instructions
Checks and services prior to initial operation of the truck
Daily checks
Daily checks and servicing before operation
Check the tyre inflation pressure
Check the tightness of the wheel nuts
Push the emergency isolator button
Pull the emergency isolator button
Opening the overhead guard
First lock-in position: Servicing position
Second lock-in position: Battery change
Closing the overhead guard
Check the battery charge
Charging the battery
Connecting the battery to a suitable external charger ..
Check the condition, electrolyte level and specific gravity of the battery
Battery change
Battery removal with a crane
Adjusting armrest of the driver's seat
Adjusting the driver's seat
Applying the seat belt
Opening the seat belt
Driving with seat pivoted (to 45° position)
Driving with seat not pivoted
Operation
Driving
Travel in the forward direction (seat not pivoted)
Travel in the forward direction (seat pivoted)
Travel in the reverse direction (seat not pivoted)
Travel in the reverse direction(seat pivoted)
Reversing direction
Reversing the direction of travel
Malfunctions during operation
Steering system
Steering
Braking system
Service brake, regenerative brake
Foot brake
Operating the electric motor brake (LBC)
Handbrake
Engaging the handbrake
Releasing the handbrake
Central control lever (joystick) operation of mast and attachments
Tilting the mast forward
Tilting the mast back
Raising the fork carriage
Lowering the fork carriage
Operating the attachments
Operating the sideshift
Operating the clamp
Additional capacity rating plate for attachments
Additional capacity rating plate for attachments with loads that are not clamped
Additional capacity rating plate for attachments with loads that are fixed or clamped
Installation of additional equipment
Turning on the front working lights
Turning on the rear working lights
Turning on the front windscreen wiper and washer
Turning on the rear windscreen wiper
Turning on the lighting
Turning on the hazard warning light
Turning on the directional indicator lights
Electric heater
Heater controls
Data Logger
Operating the horn
Opening the electrical compartment cover
Closing the electrical compartment cover
Fuses
Checking, renewing the fuses
Automotive fuses
Main circuit fuses
Fuses (options)
Before loading
Positioning the forks
Loading
Transporting the load
Unloading
Before leaving the lift truck unattended
Tow coupling
Transport
Transport with lorry or low-bed trailer
Slinging the truck
Slinging the truck with a crane
Wheel change
Jack locations
Changing the rear wheels
Changing the front wheels
Mast removal
Towing instructions
Towing procedure
Forced opening of overhead guard
Forced opening of overhead guard without Bowden cable
Tilting the mast and lowering the forks manually
Tilting the mast manually
Lowering the forks manually
Emergency exit for trucks with rear windscreen
Emergency exit for trucks with polycarbonate rear windscreen
Maintenance
Taking the truck out of operation
Measures before taking the truck out of operation
Putting the truck back into operation
Disposal of old vehicles
General information
Maintenance intervals
Work on the mast and on the front part of the truck
Securing the mast against tilting back
Mast versions
Standard mast
Securing the raised standard mast
Duplex mast
Securing the raised duplex mast
Triplex mast
Securing the raised triplex mast
Services after the first 50 hours of operation
Inspection and maintenance chart
Inspection and maintenance as required
Check seat belt for condition and operation
Clean the lift truck
Clean and spray the lift chain
Renew the carbon brushes
Tighten the wheel nuts
Check the tyres for damage and foreign objects
Check the security of the hydraulic oil tank
Lubricate the steer axle, mast and tilt cylinder bearings .
Other cleaning and greasing work
Clean electrical heater
Inspection and maintenance every 500 or 1000 hours or annually
Clean the steering axle
Lubricate the steering axle
Inspect the joystick boot
Clean the left and right wheel traction, power steering and working hydraulics pump motors
Clean the traction motor and tractor compartment fans
Clean the digital control
Lubricate the mast and tilt cylinder pivots
Retighten the mast fastening bolts
Sideshift*: Clean, grease and check the mounting
Check the braking system
Check the brake linings, lubricate the brake lever pivot
Visual check of the motor brushes
Check the working and steering hydraulics for leaks
Check the counterweight, electric motors, chassis, wheel drives, overhead guard and steering axle for security
Mast, lift chain and end stops:
Check condition, mounting and function
Adjust the lift chain length, lubricate the lift chain with chain spray
Check the fork quick-releases and fork stops
Check the pre-tension of double hoses if attachments are fitted
Check the hydraulic oil level
Check and oil the pedal and travel control linkage pivots and overhead guard lock
Grease the overhead guard pivots
Check and lubricate other pivots and joints
Check the contactor
Change the wheel drive oil
Check the electric cables, cable connectors and connections for condition and tightness
Renew the breather filter
Renew the suction filter
Change the pressure filter
Check the wheel drives for oil leaks
Check heating operation
Inspection and maintenance every 3000 hours or every 2 years
Renew the hydraulic oil
Change the oil in wheel drive
Inspection and maintenance specifications
Lubricants recommendations
Hydraulic oil
Bio hydraulic oil
Gear oil
Lubricating grease
Battery grease
Chain spray
Troubleshooting guide
Wiring diagram - LDC controller
Wiring diagram (options)
Hydraulic schematic for working and steering hydraulics
Index
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