Linde Pallet Truck Type 365 Explosion Protected: L14 Ex, L16 Ex Operating and Maintenance Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Linde Pallet Truck Type 365 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:
L14 Ex
L16 Ex

Format: PDF, 61 Pages
Language: English

Contents:

Foreword
    Proper usage
    Unapproved use
    Description of use and climatic conditions
    Receiving the industrial truck
    EC declaration of conformity
Description
    Type plates
    Technical data
    Technical description
    Drive  
    Steering
    Chassis
    Hydraulic system
    Insulation monitoring  
    Insulation monitoring warning  
    Insulation monitoring fault  
    Temperature monitoring  
    Operation
    Brakes
    Wheels
    General view of truck 
    Operating and display elements
    Composite instrument
    Hour meter
    Insulation monitor indicator light  
    Battery discharge indicator 
Beginning operation
    Safety rules
    Safety guidelines
    Safety information
    Specialist
    Symbols used
    Periodic safety inspection
    Residual risks
    Stability 
    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 
    Removing the front cover
    Installing the front cover 
    Disconnecting the battery plugs (version 1)  
    Connecting the battery plugs (version 1)  
    Disconnecting the battery plug (version 2)  
    Connecting the battery plug (version 2)  
    Checking 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  
    Turning on the key switch (version I) A
    Turning off the key switch (version I) B 
    Turning on the key switch (version II) 
    Turning off the key switch (version II)
    Push in emergency isolator button  
    Unlock emergency isolator button  
    Check the horn  
    Check the belly button
    Check the braking system
    Jacking up truck, checking condition and easy motion of wheels
    Check the truck for leaks
    Check fork protective surfaces  
    Check the condition for leakage resistance of the tyres  
Operation
    Driving
    Releasing the emergency isolator button
    Moving the tiller intodriving position
    Change of direction
    Moving forward 
    Moving backward
    Change of direction
    Steering, belly button, horn
    Steering
    Belly button
    Operating the horn 
    Braking, fuses 
    Tiller brake (parking brake)
    Plug brake (service brake)
    Fuses  
    Energy-saving feature  
    Operating the lifting device
    Lifting with main lift
    Lowering with main lift 
    Lifting with initial lift 
    Lowering with initial lift
    Before loading
    Loading
    Transporting the load
    Depositing the load
    Before leaving the pallet truck unattended 
    Towing
    Towing the truck
    Towing procedure 
    Hoisting the truck with a crane
    Taking the truck out of operation
    Measures before taking the truck out of operation
    Putting the truck back into operation 
    Disposal of old vehicles 
Maintenance
    General information
    Maintenance intervals
    Inspection and maintenance after first 50 hours of operation
    Inspection and maintenance chart 
    Inspection and maintenance as required
    Clean the truck 
    Check the tyres for damage and foreign objects
    Check the wheel fasteners 
    Removing accumulations of dust  
    Check the insulation monitor indicator light  
500-hour inspection and maintenance
    Check the brake system
    Check the tiller brake
    Check the plug brake
    Check and lubricate other joints 
    Lubricate the steering bogie on traction unit 
    Check the gearbox oil level 
    Check the hydraulic oil level 
    Check the hydraulic system for leaks
    Check the electric cables, cable connectors and connections for condition and tightness  
    Check the mounting of frame parts and body  
    Check the load forks  
    Clean the controller with compressed air  
    Clean contactor tips and check for wear  
    Clean the electric motors  
    Check the motor brushes, renew if necessary  
    Check the brake system
1000-hour inspection and maintenance
    Clean hydraulic system oil filter 
    Check the leakage resistance of the drive wheel  …
2000-hour inspection and maintenance
    Renew the hydraulic oil 
    Renew the gearbox oil
    Inspection and maintenance specifications
    Lubricant recommendations
    Hydraulic oil
    Bio-hydraulic oil
    Gearbox oil
    Lubricating grease
    Battery grease
    Electric cleaner
    Chain spray 
    Troubleshooting guide
    Hydraulic diagram for working hydraulics
    Wiring diagram
Index.
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