Linde Pallet Stacker Type 4525: L20 Operating Instructions (User Manual)

Linde Pallet Stacker Type 4525: L20 Operating Instructions (User Manual)

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Pallet Stacker Type 4525.

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:
L20

Format: PDF, 153 Pages
Language: English

Contents:

CHAPTER 1
1.1 – INTRODUCTION.
1.1.a- General description.
1.1.b- Customer service department.
1.1.c- Spare parts.
1.1.d- Warranty card
1.1.e- How to use the manual
1.2 – REFERENCED STANDARDS .
1.3 – AREAS WITH THE RISK OF EXPLOSION.
1.4 – TYPE OF USE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE.
1.5 – USAGE PROHIBITIONS.
1.6 – DESCRIPTION OF THE TRUCK
1.6.a- Fastening attachments
1.6.b- Modifications to the truck
1.7 – TRUCK DELIVERY.

CHAPTER 2 Safety
2.1 – SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
2.1.a- General safety instructions
2.1.b- Flooring requirements
2.1.c- Safety instructions for operating the truck
2.1.d- Safety instructions for supplies
2.2 – LOCATION OF THE WARNING LABELS.
2.2.a- Description of the plates
2.3 – SAFETY DEVICES.

CHAPTER 3. Technical data – Identification of the truck
3.1 – L20-L20i DIMENSIONS
3.2 – SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRUCK TYPES WITHOUT INITIAL ARM LIFT FUNCTION AND A CARRYING CAPACITY OF 2000 KG.
3.3 – SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRUCK TYPES WITH INITIAL ARM LIFT FUNCTION AND A CARRYING CAPACITY OF 2000 KG
3.4 – L20 AS DIMENSIONS.
3.5 – L20 AS SPECIFICATIONS
3.6 – L20-L20i MAST TYPES.
3.7 – L20 AS MAST TYPES.
3.8 – BATTERY SIZES AND WEIGHTS.
3.8.a- For the version without the initial frame members lift function
3.8.b- For the version with the initial frame members lift function
3.9 – NOISE.
3.10 – VIBRATIONS.
3.11 – IDENTIFICATION OF THE TRUCK.
3.11.a- Location of the labels
3.11.b- Truck identification plate
3.11.c- Carryng capacity plate
3.12 – TRANSPORTING AND LIFTING THE TRUCK
3.12.a- Transporting the truck
3.12.b- Climatic conditions for transporting and storing the truck
3.12.c- Loading and unloading the truck .

CHAPTER 4. Learning about the truck
4.1 – OVERALL VIEWS.
4.1.a- Overall view (for truck type without initial arm lift function)
4.1.b- Overall view (for truck type with initial arm lift function)
4.2 – DEFINITION OF THE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL.
4.3 – INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS.
4.3.a – Tiller controls (for the truck type without the initial frame members lift function)
4.3.b- Tiller controls (for truck type with the initial arm lift function)
4.3.c – Tiller positions
4.4 – CONTROL PANEL.
4.4.a- Emergency stop button
4.4.b- Start/stop switch
4.4.c- Battery status indicator and hour counter
4.5 – ACCESS TO THE INSIDE.

CHAPTER 5. Using the truck
5.1 – DAILY CHECKS BEFORE USE.
5.2 – USING THE TRUCK.
5.2.a- Position of the operator
5.2.b- Uses for truck versions with initial arm lift function
5.2.c- Starting the truck
5.2.d- Traveling
5.2.e- Using the truck with the tiller always enabled function
5.2.f – Reversing the direction of travel
5.2.g- Stopping the truck
5.2.h- Stopping the truck in an EMERGENCY
5.2.i – Stopping the truck for a long period
5.3 – ENGAGING AND DISENGAGING THE LOAD.
5.3.a- Fork lift function
5.3.b- Fork lower function
5.3.c- Arm lift function
5.3.d- Arm lower function
5.3.e- Towing the load
5.3.f – Towing the truck
5.4 – CHARGING THE BATTERY BY MEANS OF EXTERNAL BATTERY CHARGER.
5.5 – BATTERY CHARGE BY THE BATTERY-CHARGER ON BOARD (if equipped).
5.6 – USE OF THE TRUCK WITH EXTENSION CORDS.
5.7 – USING THE COLD STORAGE TRUCK.
5.8 – RUNNING IN THE TRUCK.
5.9 – MALFUNCTIONS – CAUSES – REMEDIES.

CHAPTER 6. Maintenance
6.1 – MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS.
6.1.a- Preliminary maintenance operations
6.2 – MAINTENANCE AS REQUIRED.
6.2.a- Cleaning the truck
6.2.b- Replacing the battery (for the version without the initial frame members lift function)
6.2.c- Replacing the battery (for the version with the intial frame members lift function)
6.2.d- Rack with rollers for the side removal of the battery (If present)
6.2.e- Disassembling the hoods
6.2.f – Replacing the fuses
6.2.g- Replacing the drive wheel
6.2.h- Replacement / Adjustment of the pivoting wheels
6.3 – SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE.
6.3.a- Overview table of maintenance operations
6.3.b- Checking the tightness of the wheels
6.3.c- Checking the wear and tear of the wheels
6.3.d- Checking the level and density of the electrolyte
6.3.e- Lubricating the slide-track of the forks (only if the truck is equipped with movable forks)
6.3.f – Checking the level of hydraulic oil
6.3.g- Greasing the mast
6.3.h- Cleaning and greasing the chains
6.4 – SUPPLIES TABLE

CHAPTER 7. Out of service
7.1 – GENERAL DESCRIPTION.
7.1.a- Temporarily out of service
7.1.b- Checks and inspections after a long period of inactivity
7.1.c- Permanently out of service (Scrap)
7.1.d- Disposing of toxic substances.

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