Linde Forklift Truck 352 Ex (Explosion Protected) Series: H35, H40, H45 Service Training Manual

Linde Forklift Truck 352 Ex (Explosion Protected) Series: H35, H40, H45 Service Training Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Service Training Manual for Linde Forklift Truck 352 Explosion Protected Series

Covered models:
H35 Ex
H40 Ex
H45 Ex

Format: PDF, 128 pages
included
Linde Forklift Truck 352 Series: H35, H40, H45 Service Training Manual.
PDF, 232 pages
Language: English

Table of contents:

0 General
0.1 Instructions
0.2 Explosion protection measures
0.2.1 Explosion protection measures on the vehicle
0.2.2 Battery
0.2.3 Electric Installation
0.2.4 Tires / V-belts / Fan wheel / Driver’s seat
0.2.5 Dashboard
0.2.6 Instruments
0.2.7 Brakes
0.2.8 Fork arms
0.3 Explosion protection measures on the engine – Zone 1 (optional

acceptance) Annexe
0.4 Tests for Explosion protected industrial trucks acc. to Elex-V as

per PTB
0.4.1 Tests of explosion protected installations at three year

intervals
0.5 Screw torques for pressure-proof housing
0.6 Special tools
1 Drive – Engine
1.1 Diesel engine Type 352
1.1.1 Technical data
1.2 Fuel system
1.2.1 Injection pump
1.2.2 Removing the injection pump
1.2.3 Installing the Injection pump
1.3 Engine Type 1004.4
1.3.1 Disassembly cylinder head
1.3.2 Assembling the cylinder head
1.3.3 Valve clearance adjustment
1.3.4 Injector nozzles
1.3.4 Removing and installing the injector nozzles
1.4 Exhaust system
1.4.1 Heat exchanger and exhaust system, domestic version
1.4.2 Heat exchanger and exhaust system with particle filter, domestic

version
1.4.3 Heat exchanger and exhaust system acc. Annexe I
1.5 Rotary valve
1.5.1 Cleaning and adjusting the rotary valve
1.6 Spark arrester
1.6.1 Cleaning the spark arrester
1.7 Exhaust heat exchanger
1.7.1 Cleaning the heat exchanger
1.8 Cleaning the flame protection package (Annexe I)
1.9 Air intake
1.9.1 Air valve control with oil pressure lock
1.9.2 Disassembling, assembling and cleaning the air valve
1.10 Monitoring facilities on engine – Zone 1 and Annexe II
1.10.1 Automatic engine shut-down
1.10.2 Engine speed sensor
1.10.3 Temperature monitoring
1.11 Crankcase ventilation
1.12 Checking the leakage resistance of V-belt, fan wheel and air guide
3 Structure of vehicle
3.1 Checking the leak resistance of the driver’s seat
4 Steering system and wheels
4.1 Drive wheels
4.1.1 Checking the leak resistance of the drive wheels
5 Control elements
5.1 General
5.2 Gauges
6 Electric system
6.1 General
6.1.1 Checking PG-fittings for tightness and seal tightness
6.1.2 Checking electric cables for condition and tight fit
6.2 Electric system up 10/98
6.2.1 Checking the insulation resistance of the electric system
6.2.2 Intrinsically safe circuits
6.2.2.1 Function and description of the zener barrier
6.2.2.2 Terminal designation on zener barrier
6.2.2.4 Principle circuit diagram for the safety barriere single, for

fuel level gauge
6.2.2.3 Principle circuit diagram for the safety barriere double, for

temperature monitoring
6.2.3 Checking the zener barrier
6.2.3.1 Checking internal resistances
6.2.3.2 Checking the general function
6.2.4 Presentation of individual components in the housings to 10/98
6.2.4.1 Assignment of plug X20
6.2.5 Function of the automatic engine shut-down
6.2.5.1 Positions of Ex-components in the vehicle to 10/98
6.2.6 Trouble shooting (to 10/98)
6.2.6.1 Starter trouble shooting (to 10/98)
6.3 Electric system from 11/98
6.3.1 Checking the insulation resistance in the electric system
6.3.2.1 Function and description of the zener barrier
6.3.2 Intrinsically safe electric circuits
6.3.3 Checking the zener barrier
6.3.3.1 Checking the internal resistance
6.3.3.2 Checking the general function
6.3.4 Presentation of the individual components in the housing
6.3.5 Function of the automatic engine shut-down
6.3.5.1 Positions of Ex-components in the vehicle (since 11/98)
6.4 Trouble shooting (since 11/98)
6.4.1 Starter trouble shooting (since 11/98)
6.5 Generator
6.6 Starter
6.7 Circuit diagrams and terminal strips
6.7.1 Circuit diagram to 10/98
6.7.1.1 Assignment of terminal strip X1 and assignment of fuses up to

10/98
6.7.2 Circuit diagram since 11/98
6.7.2.1 Assignment of terminal strip X1
6.7.2.2 Terminal strip and zener barriers – Intrinscally safe electric

circuits
6.7.2.3 Assignment of fuses
6.7.3 Circuit diagram from 11/98 Version ANNEXE II
6.7.3.1 Assignment of terminal strip X1 for version 11/98 Annexe ii
6.7.3.2 Terminal strip and Zener barriers – Intrinscally safe electric

circuits
6.7.4 Circuit diagram from 11/98 Version ANNEXE II – Minimum equipment
6.7.4.1 Assignment of terminal strip X1 Annexe II – Minimum Equipment

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