Linde Forklift Truck 352-05 Series with Deutz Diesel Engine: H35, H40, H45, H50 Operating Manual

Linde Forklift Truck 352-05 Series with Deutz Diesel Engine: H35, H40, H45, H50 Operating Manual

Original illustrated Factory Operating Manual (User Manual) for Linde Forklift Truck 352-05 series with Deutz Diesel Engine

Covered Models:
H35 D-05
H40 D-05
H45 D-05
H50 D-05

Format: PDF, 99 pages
Language: English

Table of contents:

Foreword
Approved applications
Technical note
Truck takeover
EC declaration of conformity
Description
Type plates
Technical data
Noise emission value
Technical description
Engine
Hydraulic system
Operation
Brakes
Steering
Electrical system
General view
Controls and indicators
Composite instrument
Beginningoperation
Safety rules
Important safety information
Handling fuels and lubricants
Accident prevention check
Operation of industrial trucks in the plant area
Diesel engine emissions
Soot particulate filter inspection
Running-in instructions
Experts
Checks and services before initial operation
Daily checks
Daily checks and servicing before operation
Opening the engine cover
Closing theengine cover
Checking the fuel level
Filling fuel
Checking the engine oil level
Checking the tyre pressure
Applying, opening theseat belt
Adjusting the operator seat
Starting the engine
Cold start
Stopping the engine
Malfunctions during operation
Operation
Driving
Forward travel
Reverse travel
Changing the travel direction
Stopping
Single-pedal model
Steering system
Steering
Braking system
Service brake
Parking brake
Applying the parking brake
Releasing the parking brake
Central-lever control of lifting device and attachments
Tilting the mast forward
Tilting the mast back
Lifting the fork carriage
Lowering the fork carriage
Operating the attachments
Operating the sideshift
Operating the clamp
Single-lever control of lifting device and attachments
Installation of additional equipment
Switching on the front working lights
Switching on the rear working lights
Switching on the lighting
Switching on the hazard warning light
Turning on the front windscreen wiper
Turning on the rear windscreen wiper
Switching on the directional indicators
Water heater
Controls
Fan motor fuse
Operating the horn
Data Logger
Fuses
Check the fuses, replace if necessary
Fuses, soot particulate filter system
Before lifting a load
Adjusting the fork spread
Loading
Travel with a load
Unloading
Parking the lift truck
Transport
Transport with lorry or low-bed semi-trailer
Hoisting the truck
Hoisting the truck with a crane
Hoisting the truck with the eyebolts
Changing wheels
Trailer coupling
Mast removal
Towing instructions
Towing
Towing procedure
Releasing the multiple disc brake
Opening the hydraulic by-pass valve
After towing
Re-establishing braking power
Lowering the forks manually
Emergency exit for trucks with rear windscreen
Taking the truck out of operation
Measures before taking the truck out of operation
Putting the truck back into operation
Maintenance
General information
Mast types
Work on the mast and on the front part of the truck
Securing the mast against tilting back
Standard mast
Securing the raised standard mast
Duplex mast
Securing the raised duplex mast
Triplex mast
Securing the raised triplex mast
Checks and services after the first 50 service hours
Inspection and maintenance schedule
Inspection and maintenance as required
Clean the lift truck
Cleaning and spraying the mast chain
Cleaning the air filter
Cleaning with compressed air
Renewing the safety element
Checking the dust discharge valve
Cleaning the prefilter
Regenerate the soot particulate filter (variant I)
Remove the soot particulate filter
Clean the soot particulate filter
Regenerate the soot particulate filter (variant II)
Clean and check the radiator and hydraulic oil cooler for leaks
Drain the fuel system water preseparator
Tighten the wheel fasteners
Check the tyres for damage and foreign objects
Lubricate the steer axle, mast and tilt cylinder bearings
Check seat belt for condition and proper operation
500-hour inspection and maintenance
Change the engine oil
Drain the engine oil
Top up engine oil
Renew the engine oil filter cartridge
Check coolant strength
Clean the radiator and hydraulic oil cooler
Check and oil the pedals, travel control
and engine control linkages
Cleaning the air filter
Cleaning with compressed air
Check the hydraulic system oil level
Renew the fuel filter (every 12 months minimum)
Renew the fuel system water pre-separator
Bleed the fuel system
Check and adjust valve clearance
Check the air intake and exhaust pipes for leaks
Hoses and Clamps – Inspect / Replace
Check the mounting of the engine, counterweight, overhead guard, steering axle,

tilt cylinder and wheel drives for tightness
Checking the soot particulate filter system*
Check electric cables, cable connectors and connections for condition and

tightness
Battery: Check condition, electrolyte level and specific gravity
Check and oil other pivots and joints
Clean and grease the steering axle
Grease the mast and tilt cylinder bearings
Clean and lubricate the sideshift, check the fasteners
Check the forks and fork quick-releases
Check the pre-tension of double hoses if attachments are fitted
Check the parking brack handle and cable
Check the mast, lift chains and stops for condition, mounting and operation
Adjust the lift chain length
Lubricate with chain spray
Renew the air filter element, check the vacuum switch
Check the engine mounting for condition and tightness
1000-hour inspection and maintenance
Renew the air filter element,
check the vacuum switch
Check the hydraulic system, compact axle, pumps, valves and lines for leaks
Hydraulic system: Renew the pressure, suction, and breather filters
Renew the pressure filter
Renew the suction filter
Renew the breather filter
Check the soot particulate filter system* (variant II)
Check the parking brake
Alternator and FanBelts – Inspect / Adjust /
Replace
2000-hour inspection and maintenance
Check crankcase pressure vent valve
Check and Alternator
Check the engine mounting for condition
and tightness
3000-hour inspection and maintenance
Check Starting Motor
Check Water pump
Renew the V – belt
Renew the coolant
Renew the hydraulic oil
Flushing the cooling system and checking
the cooling system parts
Renew the injection nozzles
6000-hour inspection and maintenance
Renew the mounting of the engine
Inspection and maintenance data
Fuel and oil recommendations
Engine oils
Total Base Number (TBN) and Fuel Sulfur Levels
for Direct Injection (Dl) Diesel Engines The Total
Base Number (TBN)
Lubricant Viscosity Recommendations for
Direct Injection (Dl) Diesel Engines
Synthetic Base Stock Oil
Lubricants for Cold Weather
Aftermarket Oil Additives
S O S Oil analysis
Fuel Specifications
Group 1 (preferred fuels): Specification
Group 2 (permissible fuels): Specification
Low temperature fuels
Biofuel: Specification
Refer to the following fuel specifications for
North America
Cooling System Specifications
Water
Additives
Glycol
Coolant Recommendations
Hydraulic oil
Bio hydraulic oil
Battery grease
Troubleshooting guide (Diesel engine)
Troubleshooting guide (hydraulic system)
Wiring diagram
Wiring diagram (light)
Hydrauliccircuit diagram

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