Linde Pallet Truck Type 144: T20SF before N 01083 Operating Instructions (User Manual)

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Pallet Truck Type 144.

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:
T20SF before N 01083

Format: PDF, 48 Pages
Language: English


   Plates and labels
   Technical specifications
   Technical description
   General view
   Combination hour meter (operation)
   Discharge limiter / indicator
Operation - Daily checks and tasks prior to operation
    Safety rules
    Definition of safety terms
    Use of materials
    Periodic inspections of the truck
    Operating recommendations
    Checks prior to initial operation
    Daily checks prior to use
    Checking the forward/reverse and lift/lower controls
    Checking the electric steering
    Checking the safety braking
    Checking the emergency stop button operation
    Checking the horn operation
    Checking the battery charge state
    Opening the battery cover
    Connecting I disconnecting the battery connector
    Recharging the battery using an external charger
    Checking the condition of the battery cables, terminals and connector
    Checking the electrolyte level, and topping up with water
    Checking the electrolyte specific gravity
    Removal/replacement of the battery
    Battery box safety locking
    Changing the battery using fixed stands or stands with wheels
    Changing the battery using a hoist
    Instructions for use
    Emergency stop button
    Indication of the direction of travel
    Forward travel / Reverse travel
    Reversing the direction of travel
    Direction of steering
    Operating the truck on ramps
    Ascending slopes
    Descending slopes
    Starting on a slope
    Safety on bends
Braking, lifting, lowering, horn
    Countercurrent braking
    Automatic braking
    Electrohydraulic braking
Lifting / lowering the forks
    Horn control
    Transporting the load
    Level compensator
    Before leaving the truck
Lifting, towing
    Slinging the truck
    Jacking the truck
    Transport and storage of the truck
    General information
    Inspection and maintenance after first
    50 hours of operation *
    Inspection and maintenance schedule
Maintenance as required
    Cleaning the truck
    Checking the tightness of the wheel nuts
    Checking the condition of the wheels
    Fitting and adjustment of the stabiliser wheel
    Removing the floor panel
    Opening the motor cowling
    Removing the handlebar
    Removing the pulse control cover
    Checking the electrolyte level, and topping up with water
    Checking the electrolyte specific gravity
    Checking the condition of the battery cables,
    terminals and connector
    Cleaning the battery and battery compartment
Maintenance every 500 hours
    Lubricating the drive unit slew ring
    Lubricating the steering gears
    Checking the hydraulic fluid level
    Checking for leaks in the hydraulic system
    Checking the condition and fastening of electrical cables and connections
    Cleaning the electrical panel
    Cleaning and checking contacts for wear
    Inspection/replacement of the traction motor brushes
    Inspection/replacement of the steering motor brushes
    Adjusting the electromagnetic brake
    Checking miscellaneous joints
Maintenance every 1000 hours
    Checking the reduction gear oil level
    Removing the pump motor unit
    Inspection/replacement of the pump motor brushes
    Cleaning the hydraulic filter
    Checking the mechanical fitting of components
    Maintenance every 2000 hours
    Changing the hydraulic fluid
    Changing the reduction gear oil
    Recommended lubricants
    Hydraulic system diagram
    Electrical circuit diagram LDC 
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