Linde Pallet Truck Type 141: L12L, L12LP Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Linde Pallet Truck Type 141.

Original factory manuals for Linde Forklift Trucks, contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate and repair your truck

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Format: PDF, 60 Pages
Language: English


    Plates and labels
    Technical characteristics
    Technical description 
    Overviews . 
    Time counter unit
    Discharge limiter indicator
Startup / Daily checks and operations before startup
    Safety rules
    Definition of safety terms
    Using ingredients
    Periodic checks on the pallet truck
    Recommendations for starting up
    Checks before first startup
    Daily checks before use
    Checking forward/reverse and raise/lower controls 
    Checking the safety braking 
    Checking automatic braking
    Checking the driver presence safety device
    Checking operation of the emergency stop button 
    Checking the safety inverter switch (L12L-LP01) 
    Checking the horn
    Checking the battery charge condition
    Opening and closing the battery cover
    Connecting the battery connector
    Recharging the battery with an external charger 
    Checking the state of terminal cables and battery connector
    Checking the electrolyte level and topping up with water
    Checking the electrolyte density
    Removing/Replacing the battery
    Replacing the battery using a trolley
    Usage instructions
    Safety switch
    Emergency stop button
    Determining the running direction
    Forward running
    Reversing the running direction
    Using the pallet truck on a slope
    Going up slopes
    Going down slopes
    Starting on a slope
    Electromagnetic braking
    Braking by reversing the running direction
    Parking brake
    L.B.C. automatic braking
    Horn control
    Using the mast 
    L12LP: Speed/load weight limitation
    Raising and lowering the master by controlling the tiller
    Position of the apron
    Raising and lowering the initial lift
    Handling loads
    Reading the rating plate
    Picking up a load on the ground
    Transporting a load
    Putting a load down on the ground
    Stacking a load
    Picking up a load at a height
    Picking up 2 loads
    Transporting 2 loads
    Putting down 2 loads
    Before leaving the pallet truck
    Slinging the pallet truck
    Lifting the pallet truck
    Taking the mast off
    Transport and storage of the pallet truck
    General comments
    Work on the elevator mast
    Standard elevator mast
    Safety device for standard elevator mast
    Duplex elevator mast
    Safety device for Duplex elevator mast
    Checks and maintenance work after the first 50 hours of service*
    Calendar for maintenance work
Maintenance as required
    Cleaning the pallet truck
    Cleaning and greasing chains
    Cleaning and greasing the mast
    Opening the front cover
    Checking the attachment and condition of the wheels
    Fixing and adjusting stabilizing wheels
    Replacing the driving wheel
    Checking the electrolyte level and topping up with water
    Checking the electrolyte density
    Checking the condition of cables, terminals and the battery connector
    Cleaning the battery and the battery compartment
Maintenance every 500 hours
    Lubrication of the drive unit steering bearing
    Lubrication of drive unit support hinges
    Checking the various hinges
    Checking the leak tightness of the hydraulic circuit
    Checking the hydraulic fluid level
    Checking the condition and attachment of the mast and chains
    Checking the length of mast chains
    Checking the condition and attachment of cables and electrical connections
    Cleaning the electrical panel
    Checking the traction motor brushes, and replacement if necessary
    Adjusting the electromagnetic brake
    Checking contact wear
Maintenance every 1000 hours
    Checking the reduction gear oil level
    Removing the motor-pump unit
    Checking the pump motor brushes, and replacement if necessary
    Cleaning the hydraulic filter and cap
    Checking the mechanical attachment of devices 
    Maintenance every 2000 hours
    Replacing the hydraulic fluid
    Replacing reduction gear oil
    Recommended lubricants 
    Technical characteristics
    Hydraulic diagrams
    L 12 L electrical diagrams
    L 12 LP electrical diagrams
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