Linde Electric Reach Truck Type 115-02 Explosion Protected: R14-02, R16-02, R20-02 Ex User Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Electric Reach Truck Type 115-02 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:
R14-02 Ex
R16-02 Ex
R20-02 Ex

Format: PDF, 91 Pages, Printable
Language: English


    Approved applications
    Technical note 
    Truck takeover 
    EC declaration of conformity
    Type plates
    Technical data
    Technical description
    Operator’s compartment and controls
    Drive and transmission
    Electrical system
    Mast, hydraulics and reach frame
    General view of truck 
    Operating controls and indicators - dual-pedal model 
    Operating controls and indicators - single-pedal model 
    Operator's display
    Multi-purpose display
    Hour meter for truck
    Battery discharge indicator 
    Drive wheel position indicator 
    Overheating warning lights
    Condition display
    Brake fluid level warning light 
    Service warning light
    Parking brake warning light
    Battery unlocked warning light
    Slow speed indicator
    Indicator lights  
    Overheating warning light
    Insulation monitor indicator light
Beginning operation
    Safety rules
    Safety information
    Handling fluids and lubricants
    Residual risks
    In the event of tip over
    Safety inspection  
    Explosion protection check  
    Operation of industrial trucks in the plant area
    Noise emission data
    Frequency characteristic for human body vibrations
    Running-in instructions
    Daily checks and services before operation
    Checks and services prior to initial operation of the truck
    Daily checks
    Tighten the wheel fasteners 
    Check the condition for leakage resistance
    of the traction wheel  
    Open the motor compartment cover
    Removing the floor plate
    Opening the top cover
    Checking state of battery charge
    Charging the battery
    Reaching the battery out
    Connect the battery to a suitable external battery charger
    Check the battery condition, electrolyte level and specific gravity
    Changing the battery (hoist method)
    Changing the battery (roll on, roll off)
    Steering column adjustment
    Seat adjustments
    Controls and their operation
    Check the forks and fork quick-releases  
    Mounting and dismounting the truck
    Starting on an incline
    Dual-pedal model
    Travel with the forks trailing 
    Travel with the forksleading 
    Change the direction of travel
    Single-pedal model
    Braking (dual-pedal model) 
    Regenerative traction brake
    Hydraulic footbrake
    Parking brake
    Engaging the parking brake
    Releasing the parking brake
    Braking (single-pedal model)
    Steering system
    Turning radius
    Central control lever (joystick) operation of mast and attachments
    Raising the fork carriage
    Lowering the fork carriage
    Reaching the mast out
    Reaching the mast back
    Tilting the fork carriage forward
    Tilting the fork carriage back
    Operating the attachments
    Operating the sideshift
    Single control lever operation of mast and attachments 
    Operation of horn
    Emergency isolator button 
    Before loading
    Positioning the forks 
    Transporting a load
    Before leaving the truck
    Fuses (ancillary circuits)
    Fuses (main circuit)
    Slinging the truck 
    Wheel change
    Jack locations when changing wheels
    Emergency lower, steering and parking brake release 
    Emergency lower
    Emergency steering and parking brake release
    Towing instructions
    Transporting the truck on a lorry or low-bed trailer 
    Hoisting the truck with a crane
    Side guidance 
    Side guidance for drive-in racking
    360° steering
    Maintenance and safety guidelines 
    General information
    Handling lubricants
    Safety guidelines
    Taking the truck out of operation
    Measures before taking the truck out of operation 
    Putting the truck back into operation 
    General information
    Mast unit and reach frame 
    Work on the mast and the reach frame part of the truck 
    Mast removal 
    Securing the reach frame against reaching in or out 
    The mast
    Securing the mast
Inspection and maintenance after the first 50 hours of operation
    Inspection and maintenance chart
    Inspection and maintenance as required
    Clean the lift truck 
    Lubricate the lift chains and mast channels
    Adjust the lift chains
    Check the condition of the wheels and tyres
    Check the insulation and leakage resistance  
    Renew/replace the hydraulic hoses  
    Check drive wheel nuts
1000-hour inspection and maintenance
    Check and adjust the parking brake
    Check the hydraulic hoses and pipes for damage
    Check the mast and lift chains for condition and security
    Lubricate the mast, mast rollers, lift chains and chain pulleys
    Lubricate the reach channels and rollers
    Lubricate the battery trolley slides and associated mechanism
    Check the condition and security of motor and battery connectors and cables
    Check the hydraulic oil level
    Lubricate the fork carriage and sideshift slider pad 
    Check condition of side guide rollers
2000-hour inspection and maintenance
    Check the brake fluid level 
    Check the traction motor brake band and load wheel shoes for wear and adjustment
    Renew the hydraulic tank breather filter
5000-hour inspection and maintenance
    Check condition of brake pipes
    Grease the load wheel bearings
    Change the hydraulic oil and breather filter 
    Renew the hydraulic return linefilter 
10000-hour or 5-year inspection and maintenance
    Change the brake fluid 
    Inspection and maintenance data
    Recommended lubricants
    Hydraulic oil
    Multipurpose grease
    Gear oil
    Steering drive gears
    General purpose oil
    Chain Spray
    Brake fluid
    Troubleshooting guide (hydraulic system)
    Hydraulic system piping
    Electric circuit diagram
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