Instruction Manual
Hakomatic 1800 V/LPG (7574.10/20)
Instruction Manual
Hakomatic 1800 V/LPG (7574.10/20)
Table of Content
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Safety information . . . . . . . . 6
Safety and Warning Symbols . 6
General Provisions . . . . . . . . . 7
Provisions for Operation. . . . . 7
Maintenance Instructions . . . . 8
Specific Hazards . . . . . . . . . . 9
Instructions for Protection of Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Labels at the Machine . . . . . 12
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.9
2.10
2.11
First Operation . . . . . . . . . .
Instruction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before First Operation . . . . .
Start Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Slow Down and Stop . . . . . .
Riding Up- and Downhill. . . .
Work with the Machine . . . . .
After Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tie-down points . . . . . . . . . .
Towing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Support Points . . . . . . . . . . .
14
14
14
14
15
15
15
15
16
16
16
3
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.1.6
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Method of Operation . . . . . . 17
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Sweeping Unit . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Water Tank. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Scrubbing Unit . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Squeegee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Travel Drive and Work Hydraulics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Control and Display Ele-
ments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Main Control Panel. . . . . . . . 21
Left-hand Control Panel . . . . 25
Controls of the Machine . . . . 26
4
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . 29
3.1.7
3.2
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.6.4
5.6.5
5.6.6
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.8
5.8.1
5.8.2
Maintenance and Care . . . . 34
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Hako System Maintenance . 34
Maintenance document . . . . 35
Maintenance Schedule. . . . . 35
Open Engine Frame. . . . . . . 43
Refill Engine Oil . . . . . . . . . . 43
Change Engine Oil and Oil Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Change fuel filter . . . . . . . . . 44
Remove Main Filter . . . . . . . 45
Clean Main Filter . . . . . . . . . 45
Install Main Filter . . . . . . . . . 45
Change Main Filter. . . . . . . . 45
Change Safety Cartridge . . . 45
Clean Dust Discharge Valve 45
Clean Radiator . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Re-fill Coolant. . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Change Coolant . . . . . . . . . . 47
Liquid Propellant Gas System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Change Liquid Propellant Gas
Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Change liquid propellant gas
tank (option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
2
Table of Content
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Safety information . . . . . . . . 6
Safety and Warning Symbols . 6
General Provisions . . . . . . . . . 7
Provisions for Operation. . . . . 7
Maintenance Instructions . . . . 8
Specific Hazards . . . . . . . . . . 9
Instructions for Protection of Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Labels at the Machine . . . . . 12
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.9
2.10
2.11
First Operation . . . . . . . . . .
Instruction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before First Operation . . . . .
Start Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Slow Down and Stop . . . . . .
Riding Up- and Downhill. . . .
Work with the Machine . . . . .
After Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tie-down points . . . . . . . . . .
Towing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Support Points . . . . . . . . . . .
14
14
14
14
15
15
15
15
16
16
16
3
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.1.6
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Method of Operation . . . . . . 17
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Sweeping Unit . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Water Tank. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Scrubbing Unit . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Squeegee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Travel Drive and Work Hydraulics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Control and Display Ele-
ments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Main Control Panel. . . . . . . . 21
Left-hand Control Panel . . . . 25
Controls of the Machine . . . . 26
4
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . 29
3.1.7
3.2
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.6.4
5.6.5
5.6.6
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.8
5.8.1
5.8.2
2
Maintenance and Care . . . . 34
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Hako System Maintenance . 34
Maintenance document . . . . 35
Maintenance Schedule. . . . . 35
Open Engine Frame. . . . . . . 43
Refill Engine Oil . . . . . . . . . . 43
Change Engine Oil and Oil Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Change fuel filter . . . . . . . . . 44
Remove Main Filter . . . . . . . 45
Clean Main Filter . . . . . . . . . 45
Install Main Filter . . . . . . . . . 45
Change Main Filter. . . . . . . . 45
Change Safety Cartridge . . . 45
Clean Dust Discharge Valve 45
Clean Radiator . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Re-fill Coolant. . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Change Coolant . . . . . . . . . . 47
Liquid Propellant Gas System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Change Liquid Propellant Gas
Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Change liquid propellant gas
tank (option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Table of Content
5.9
5.9.1
5.9.2
5.9.3
5.10
5.10.1
5.10.2
5.10.3
5.11
5.11.1
5.11.2
5.11.3
5.12
5.12.1
5.12.2
5.12.3
5.12.4
5.13
5.13.1
5.13.2
5.13.3
Hydraulic System . . . . . . . . . 50
Re-fill Hydraulic Fluid . . . . . . 51
Change hydraulic fluid . . . . . 51
Change hydraulic fluid filter . 51
Dirt Hopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Clean Dust Filter. . . . . . . . . . 53
Change Dust Filter . . . . . . . . 53
Empty dirt hopper . . . . . . . . . 53
Side Brush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Adjust Inclination Side Brushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Wearing Compensation of Side
Brushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Change Side Brushes . . . . . 55
Cylindrical Broom . . . . . . . . . 56
Adjust Wearing Compensation
of Cylindrical Broom . . . . . . . 57
Adjust Parallelism of Cylindrical
Broom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Change Cylindrical Broom . . 58
Change Cylindrical Broom
Apron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Scrubbing Unit . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Change Scrubbing Brushes . 60
Change Seals. . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Adjust wiper . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
5.14
5.14.1
5.14.2
5.14.3
5.15
5.15.1
5.15.2
5.15.3
5.15.4
5.15.5
5.16
5.16.1
5.16.2
5.16.3
5.17
5.18
5.18.1
5.18.2
Squeegee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remove Squeegee . . . . . . .
Change Seals. . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjust Squeegee . . . . . . . . .
Water Supply . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fill Clear Water Tank . . . . . .
Drain Clear Water . . . . . . . .
Clean Clear water filter. . . . .
Empty Soiled Water Tank . .
Clean Soiled Water Tank . . .
Tyres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Check Tyre Wearing . . . . . .
Remove Tyres . . . . . . . . . . .
Install Tyres . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical System . . . . . . . . .
Change Fuse . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change Battery . . . . . . . . . .
61
62
62
62
63
64
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
65
66
66
66
Declaration of Conformity. . . 67
3
Table of Content
5.9
5.9.1
5.9.2
5.9.3
5.10
5.10.1
5.10.2
5.10.3
5.11
5.11.1
5.11.2
5.11.3
5.12
5.12.1
5.12.2
5.12.3
5.12.4
5.13
5.13.1
5.13.2
5.13.3
Hydraulic System . . . . . . . . . 50
Re-fill Hydraulic Fluid . . . . . . 51
Change hydraulic fluid . . . . . 51
Change hydraulic fluid filter . 51
Dirt Hopper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Clean Dust Filter. . . . . . . . . . 53
Change Dust Filter . . . . . . . . 53
Empty dirt hopper . . . . . . . . . 53
Side Brush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Adjust Inclination Side Brushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Wearing Compensation of Side
Brushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Change Side Brushes . . . . . 55
Cylindrical Broom . . . . . . . . . 56
Adjust Wearing Compensation
of Cylindrical Broom . . . . . . . 57
Adjust Parallelism of Cylindrical
Broom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Change Cylindrical Broom . . 58
Change Cylindrical Broom
Apron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Scrubbing Unit . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Change Scrubbing Brushes . 60
Change Seals. . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Adjust wiper . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
5.14
5.14.1
5.14.2
5.14.3
5.15
5.15.1
5.15.2
5.15.3
5.15.4
5.15.5
5.16
5.16.1
5.16.2
5.16.3
5.17
5.18
5.18.1
5.18.2
Squeegee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remove Squeegee . . . . . . .
Change Seals. . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjust Squeegee . . . . . . . . .
Water Supply . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fill Clear Water Tank . . . . . .
Drain Clear Water . . . . . . . .
Clean Clear water filter. . . . .
Empty Soiled Water Tank . .
Clean Soiled Water Tank . . .
Tyres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Check Tyre Wearing . . . . . .
Remove Tyres . . . . . . . . . . .
Install Tyres . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical System . . . . . . . . .
Change Fuse . . . . . . . . . . . .
Change Battery . . . . . . . . . .
61
62
62
62
63
64
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
65
66
66
66
Declaration of Conformity. . . 67
3
Introduction
Introduction
Dear customer, It is our desire that the
good characteristics of the Hakomatic
1800 should justify the confidence you
demonstrated by making this purchase.
Prior to the first drive, carefully read the
chapter "Safety Information” as well, in
order to be prepared for possible dangerous situations.
Your own safety, as well as the safety of
others, depends to a great extent on
how the vehicle is moved and operated.
Therefore, carefully read and understand this operation and maintenance
manual prior to the first drive.
The manual provides valuable information about operation, service and
maintenance. The warning symbols as
used in this manual identifies items relevant to safety. Please observe the
safety provisions (see chapter "Safety
Information”).
Your authorised Hako dealer will be
pleased to answer further questions regarding the vehicle or the operation and
maintenance manual.
Please be advised explicitly that we
cannot accept any legal issues out of
the contents of this manual.
If repair work has to be performed make
sure that only genuine spare parts are
used; only genuine spare parts may
guarantee a dependable machine.
We reserve the right for technical improvement..
Valid as of: Mai 2006
Hako GmbH
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
Hamburger Str. 209-239
Telefon ++49 (04531) 8060
Proper use
The Hakomatic 1800 is a large-area
srubber with integrated sweeping system for dry and wet cleaning of hardsurfaced floors. Using the machine
beyond this scope of application will be
deemed improper use; The manufacturer cannot be held liable for consequential damages; the user alone bears the
risk.
The term of proper use also includes
operation, maintenance and repair work
to be performed in compliance with the
manufacturer's specifications.
The Hakomatic 1800 may be used by
persons only that are familiar with the
machine and aware of possible hazards
involved.
The applicable Accident Prevention Regulations, Road Traffic Regulations and
further regulations in vigour concerning
aspects of safety and working medicine
will have to be complied with.
If modifications to the machine are
made in absence of the manufacturer's
prior consent, the latter cannot be held
liable for damage resulting from such
unauthorized modification.
4
Introduction
Introduction
Dear customer, It is our desire that the
good characteristics of the Hakomatic
1800 should justify the confidence you
demonstrated by making this purchase.
Prior to the first drive, carefully read the
chapter "Safety Information” as well, in
order to be prepared for possible dangerous situations.
Your own safety, as well as the safety of
others, depends to a great extent on
how the vehicle is moved and operated.
Therefore, carefully read and understand this operation and maintenance
manual prior to the first drive.
The manual provides valuable information about operation, service and
maintenance. The warning symbols as
used in this manual identifies items relevant to safety. Please observe the
safety provisions (see chapter "Safety
Information”).
Your authorised Hako dealer will be
pleased to answer further questions regarding the vehicle or the operation and
maintenance manual.
Please be advised explicitly that we
cannot accept any legal issues out of
the contents of this manual.
If repair work has to be performed make
4
sure that only genuine spare parts are
used; only genuine spare parts may
guarantee a dependable machine.
We reserve the right for technical improvement..
Valid as of: Mai 2006
Hako-Werke GmbH
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
Hamburger Str. 209-239
Telefon ++49 (04531) 8060
Proper use
The Hakomatic 1800 is a large-area
srubber with integrated sweeping system for dry and wet cleaning of hardsurfaced floors. Using the machine
beyond this scope of application will be
deemed improper use; The manufacturer cannot be held liable for consequential damages; the user alone bears the
risk.
The term of proper use also includes
operation, maintenance and repair work
to be performed in compliance with the
manufacturer's specifications.
The Hakomatic 1800 may be used by
persons only that are familiar with the
machine and aware of possible hazards
involved.
The applicable Accident Prevention Regulations, Road Traffic Regulations and
further regulations in vigour concerning
aspects of safety and working medicine
will have to be complied with.
If modifications to the machine are
made in absence of the manufacturer's
prior consent, the latter cannot be held
liable for damage resulting from such
unauthorized modification.
Introduction
Notes on warranty
The terms of the sales contract apply.
Damages are not subject to warranty if
they are due to non-compliance with the
maintenance and service provisions.
The maintenance work has to be performed by an authorized Hako service
center and confirmed in the "Maintenance certificate" which is the warranty
document.
The following is excluded from
warranty: fuses, natural wear, damages
caused by overload, inexpert handling
and unauthorized modification of the
machine. Moreover, any claim for warranty cannot be accepted if damages of
the machine are caused by fitting parts
or accessories without Hako's prior and
explicit consent or by non-compliance
with the maintenance instructions.
Acceptance of the machine
Upon arrival, check machine for possible damages in transit. For refund of
such damage, have the Deutsche Bahn
AG or your freight forwarder confirm
such damage. Mail notification and
waybill to:
Hako GmbH
Hamburger Strasse 209-239
23843 Bad Oldesloe
5
Introduction
Notes on warranty
The terms of the sales contract apply.
Damages are not subject to warranty if
they are due to non-compliance with the
maintenance and service provisions.
The maintenance work has to be performed by an authorized Hako service
center and confirmed in the "Maintenance certificate" which is the warranty
document.
The following is excluded from
warranty: fuses, natural wear, damages
caused by overload, inexpert handling
and unauthorized modification of the
machine. Moreover, any claim for warranty cannot be accepted if damages of
the machine are caused by fitting parts
or accessories without Hako's prior and
explicit consent or by non-compliance
with the maintenance instructions.
Acceptance of the machine
Upon arrival, check machine for possible damages in transit. For refund of
such damage, have the Deutsche Bahn
AG or your freight forwarder confirm
such damage. Mail notification and
waybill to:
Hako-Werke GmbH
Hamburger Strasse 209-239
23843 Bad Oldesloe
5
Safety information
1
Safety information
1.1
Safety and Warning Symbols
All paragraphs in this manual referring
to your personal safety, the safety of
your machine and the environment protection are attributed one of the following warning symbols:
Symbol
Hazardous for ...
Description
DANGER
persons and goods
dangerous situation
caused by misuse inaccurate adherence of instructions or prescribed work routine
CAUTION
the machine
important information on handling the Hakomatic
1800 in order to maintain operability
Ecological hazard
the environment
due to use of substances representing an inherent
danger to health of environment
Symbol
Hazardous for ...
Description
DANGER
persons and goods
dangerous situation
caused by misuse inaccurate adherence of instructions or prescribed work routine
CAUTION
the machine
important information on handling the Hakomatic
1800 in order to maintain operability
Ecological hazard
the environment
due to use of substances representing an inherent
danger to health of environment
6
Safety information
1
Safety information
1.1
Safety and Warning Symbols
All paragraphs in this manual referring
to your personal safety, the safety of
your machine and the environment protection are attributed one of the following warning symbols:
6
Safety information
1.2
General Provisions
• Apart from the provisions contained
in this instruction manual, the general safety provisions and the accident prevention regulations as
imposed by law have to be complied
with.
• Before taking your Hakomatic 18000
into operation, carefully read the instruction manual as well as other separate instructions for accessories or
attached implements and comply
with all points mentioned there during work.
• Persons being trained by qualified
Hako technicians only are authorised to operate, service and repair
the Hakomatic 1800.
• You are advised to thoroughly study
the safety instructions since precise
knowledge only helps avoiding errors during operation of the Hakomatic 1800 and thus guarantee faultless
usage of the machine.
• The operating instructions have to
be at hand at the place of use of the
Hakomatic 1800, and therefore have
to be kept readily available at the
machine.
• When selling or letting the machine
for rent, hand out these documents
to the new owner/operator and have
the transfer certified!
• The warning and instruction plates
attached to the machine contain valuable advice about safe operation.
Immediately replace incomplete or illegible labels.
• As far as safety standards are concerned, spare have to equal genuine
spare parts!
• Smoking and handling flames are
prohibited during filling fuel tanks
and during work at or in the vicinity of
fuel-containing components.
• Do not exceed the maximum inclination of 12% for operation rides. Do
not exceed the maximum inclination
of 16% for transport rides.
• Use only the brushes released by
the manufacturer. The use of other
brushes can impair the security.
1.3
Provisions for Operation
• Before taking into operation, check
the Hakomatic 1800 for operational
and traffic safety! Immediately remedy malfunctions!
• It is indispensable for the operator to
get acquainted with all attached implements and controls as well as
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
with their function before operation
begins. Once you have started to
work, no time will be left to do so!
The machine may be used only on
such surfaces clearly specified by
the owner or his authorised representative.
For safety reasons, the driver seat is
equipped with a seat contact switch.
Bypassing function of the seat contact switch is prohibited!
Do not run engine in closed rooms!
Intoxication hazard!
Never operate the Hakomatic 1800
without operable safety devices installed. (These include in particular
the engine fairing door).
When working with the machine take
notice of third persons, especially
children.
Passenger transport is prohibited.
Operate control panel only when
seated.
Never leave the driver's station during ride!
Use only cleaning agents suitable for
automatic machines (low-foaming)
and comply with the instructions for
use, disposal and with the warning
information specified by the cleaning
7
Safety information
1.2
General Provisions
• Apart from the provisions contained
in this instruction manual, the general safety provisions and the accident prevention regulations as
imposed by law have to be complied
with.
• Before taking your Hakomatic 18000
into operation, carefully read the instruction manual as well as other separate instructions for accessories or
attached implements and comply
with all points mentioned there during work.
• Persons being trained by qualified
Hako technicians only are authorised to operate, service and repair
the Hakomatic 1800.
• You are advised to thoroughly study
the safety instructions since precise
knowledge only helps avoiding errors during operation of the Hakomatic 1800 and thus guarantee faultless
usage of the machine.
• The operating instructions have to
be at hand at the place of use of the
Hakomatic 1800, and therefore have
to be kept readily available at the
machine.
• When selling or letting the machine
for rent, hand out these documents
to the new owner/operator and have
the transfer certified!
• The warning and instruction plates
attached to the machine contain valuable advice about safe operation.
Immediately replace incomplete or illegible labels.
• As far as safety standards are concerned, spare have to equal genuine
spare parts!
• Smoking and handling flames are
prohibited during filling fuel tanks
and during work at or in the vicinity of
fuel-containing components.
• Do not exceed the maximum inclination of 12% for operation rides. Do
not exceed the maximum inclination
of 16% for transport rides.
• Use only the brushes released by
the manufacturer. The use of other
brushes can impair the security.
1.3
Provisions for Operation
• Before taking into operation, check
the Hakomatic 1800 for operational
and traffic safety! Immediately remedy malfunctions!
• It is indispensable for the operator to
get acquainted with all attached implements and controls as well as
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
with their function before operation
begins. Once you have started to
work, no time will be left to do so!
The machine may be used only on
such surfaces clearly specified by
the owner or his authorised representative.
For safety reasons, the driver seat is
equipped with a seat contact switch.
Bypassing function of the seat contact switch is prohibited!
Do not run engine in closed rooms!
Intoxication hazard!
Never operate the Hakomatic 1800
without operable safety devices installed. (These include in particular
the engine fairing door).
When working with the machine take
notice of third persons, especially
children.
Passenger transport is prohibited.
Operate control panel only when
seated.
Never leave the driver's station during ride!
Use only cleaning agents suitable for
automatic machines (low-foaming)
and comply with the instructions for
use, disposal and with the warning
information specified by the cleaning
7
Safety information
agent's manufacturer.
• The Hakomatic 1800 is not designed
for collecting hazardous, inflammable or explosive dusts or substances.
• Usage of the machine in explosive
areas is prohibited.
• Do not lift the dirt hopper but directly
before disposal; mind sufficient stability.
• Stop the Hakomatic 1800 in work
pauses or at the end of shift on solid
and even ground and protect it
against moving!
• Turn off engine and engage parking
brake before leaving the Hakomatic
1800 unattended! Pull ignition key.
Never leave the Hakomatic 1800 unattended if engine is running!
• In order to preclude unauthorised
use of the machine switch off machine by pulling the ignition key and closing the gas cylinder valve if
required.
• Before transport of the Hakomatic
1800, stop all motors and lower the
dirt hopper. Adapt driving habit to local conditions.
• Always protect the lifted dirt hopper
by safety stand.
• Use tool to open the engine hood,
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open the lateral cover for maintenance purposes only and after
standstill of machine.
Caution - burning parts: a pressurerelief valve is fitted to the radiator.
Clean dirt hopper and soiled water
tank at regular intervals. Recommendation: at the end of working
day.
Do not collect burning or glowing object with the machine.
To preclude creeping, generally actuate the parking brake when leaving
the machine unattended.
Mind rotating parts when opening
the engine compartment.
Start machine only with all units
being off and engine speed switch
set to idle position.
least).
• Spare parts have to equal the technical requirements as specified by the
manufacturer! Genuine spare parts
guarantee compliance with these requirements.
• Stop engine before proceeding to inspection and maintenance work.
• If the Hakomatic 1800 is jacked,
have it additionally supported according to prescriptions.
• Nobody is allowed to stay on a jakked or lifted Hakomatic 1800.
• Before working at the tyres, make
sure to have the Hakomatic 1800
safely parked and protected against
rolling off (blocks). Sufficient knowledge and appropriate mounting
tools are required for mounting tyres.
1.4
Maintenance Instructions
• Observe the maintenance activities
and intervals set out in the instruction manual.
• Have the machine checked for safe
condition by an expert at regular intervals (recommendation: at least
once yearly) as well as after modifications or repair (Check CO-value of
the exhaust gas every six months at
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agent's manufacturer.
• The Hakomatic 1800 is not designed
for collecting hazardous, inflammable or explosive dusts or substances.
• Usage of the machine in explosive
areas is prohibited.
• Do not lift the dirt hopper but directly
before disposal; mind sufficient stability.
• Stop the Hakomatic 1800 in work
pauses or at the end of shift on solid
and even ground and protect it
against moving!
• Turn off engine and engage parking
brake before leaving the Hakomatic
1800 unattended! Pull ignition key.
Never leave the Hakomatic 1800 unattended if engine is running!
• In order to preclude unauthorised
use of the machine switch off machine by pulling the ignition key and closing the gas cylinder valve if
required.
• Before transport of the Hakomatic
1800, stop all motors and lower the
dirt hopper. Adapt driving habit to local conditions.
• Always protect the lifted dirt hopper
by safety stand.
• Use tool to open the engine hood,
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open the lateral cover for maintenance purposes only and after
standstill of machine.
Caution - burning parts: a pressurerelief valve is fitted to the radiator.
Clean dirt hopper and soiled water
tank at regular intervals. Recommendation: at the end of working
day.
Do not collect burning or glowing object with the machine.
To preclude creeping, generally actuate the parking brake when leaving
the machine unattended.
Mind rotating parts when opening
the engine compartment.
Start machine only with all units
being off and engine speed switch
set to idle position.
1.4
Maintenance Instructions
• Observe the maintenance activities
and intervals set out in the instruction manual.
• Have the machine checked for safe
condition by an expert at regular intervals (recommendation: at least
once yearly) as well as after modifications or repair (Check CO-value of
the exhaust gas every six months at
least).
• Spare parts have to equal the technical requirements as specified by the
manufacturer! Genuine spare parts
guarantee compliance with these requirements.
• Stop engine before proceeding to inspection and maintenance work.
• If the Hakomatic 1800 is jacked,
have it additionally supported according to prescriptions.
• Nobody is allowed to stay on a jakked or lifted Hakomatic 1800.
• Before working at the tyres, make
sure to have the Hakomatic 1800
safely parked and protected against
rolling off (blocks). Sufficient knowledge and appropriate mounting
tools are required for mounting tyres.
Safety information
• Do not clean the electrical parts by
means of high-pressure cleaning
equipment.
• Do not proceed to welding, boring,
sewing and grinding of the frame and
parts of it. A qualified Hako workshop only is authorised to replace
damaged parts.
• Handle battery acid with utmost care
- caustic
• Before proceeding to electro-welding
at the Hakomatic 1800 disconnect
battery.
• Fluids such as fuel or hydraulic oil
escaping under high pressure and
penetrating the skin may cause severe injuries. Immediately contact a
doctor to preclude infections.
• Proceed to draining of hot oil with utmost care - burning hazard.
• Check function of steering and brakes before daily work and at a safe
place.
• Submit brake systems to thorough
inspection at regular intervals! Qualified Hako workshops only are authorised to proceed to setting and repair
works at the brake system.
• Check hydraulic lines at regular intervals. Qualified Hako workshops
only are authorised to proceed to repair works at the hydraulic system.
1.5
Specific Hazards
Liquid propellant gas system (LPG)
• Apart from the safety provisions contained in the instruction manual for
the machine and the accident prevention regulation BGV D 34 directive Handling of LPG, the following
safety provisions have to be complied with:
• Scrubber-driers may be operated
only by appropriate persons who
have been trained in operating and
in handling LPG systems, who have
testified their capability to the owner
of the unit or his authorised representative, and who have been ordered explicitly by him to operate the
machine.
• Use the LPG system only if it is in
proper condition.
• Only use replacement cylinder according to labelling i.e. collar opening pointing down because of
discharge from liquid phase.
• Discharge from liquid phase by e.g.
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overturning the collar opening is not
admitted.
The operator has to use the machine
within its design limits and has to
take notice of local conditions during
riding.
Change the LPG reservoir after
standstill of engine only.
Smoking and handling open flames
are prohibited during change of gas
reservoir. Operate machine from one
gas reservoir only! Connecting reservoirs is prohibited. Use blind plug
to close unused reservoir ports.
If stored in garages or halls, do not
park the vehicle in direct vicinity of
heating elements. When parking the
vehicle immediately close discharge
valves of the tanks and ride until lines are empty.
Gas cylinder change in garages or
below ground level is prohibited.
Check the gas system for leakage at
regular intervals. Provide for safe
placement of vehicles equipped with
LPG systems (e.g. provide for sufficient ventilation; park above ground
level; keep clear of openings, pits,
wells and other; close outlet valve).
According to § 33, 37 of BGV D 34
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• Do not clean the electrical parts by
means of high-pressure cleaning
equipment.
• Do not proceed to welding, boring,
sewing and grinding of the frame and
parts of it. A qualified Hako workshop only is authorised to replace
damaged parts.
• Handle battery acid with utmost care
- caustic
• Before proceeding to electro-welding
at the Hakomatic 1800 disconnect
battery.
• Fluids such as fuel or hydraulic oil
escaping under high pressure and
penetrating the skin may cause severe injuries. Immediately contact a
doctor to preclude infections.
• Proceed to draining of hot oil with utmost care - burning hazard.
• Check function of steering and brakes before daily work and at a safe
place.
• Submit brake systems to thorough
inspection at regular intervals! Qualified Hako workshops only are authorised to proceed to setting and repair
works at the brake system.
• Check hydraulic lines at regular intervals. Qualified Hako workshops
only are authorised to proceed to repair works at the hydraulic system.
1.5
Specific Hazards
Liquid propellant gas system (LPG)
• Apart from the safety provisions contained in the instruction manual for
the machine and the accident prevention regulation BGV D 34 directive Handling of LPG, the following
safety provisions have to be complied with:
• Scrubber-driers may be operated
only by appropriate persons who
have been trained in operating and
in handling LPG systems, who have
testified their capability to the owner
of the unit or his authorised representative, and who have been ordered explicitly by him to operate the
machine.
• Use the LPG system only if it is in
proper condition.
• Only use replacement cylinder according to labelling i.e. collar opening pointing down because of
discharge from liquid phase.
• Discharge from liquid phase by e.g.
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•
•
•
•
•
overturning the collar opening is not
admitted.
The operator has to use the machine
within its design limits and has to
take notice of local conditions during
riding.
Change the LPG reservoir after
standstill of engine only.
Smoking and handling open flames
are prohibited during change of gas
reservoir. Operate machine from one
gas reservoir only! Connecting reservoirs is prohibited. Use blind plug
to close unused reservoir ports.
If stored in garages or halls, do not
park the vehicle in direct vicinity of
heating elements. When parking the
vehicle immediately close discharge
valves of the tanks and ride until lines are empty.
Gas cylinder change in garages or
below ground level is prohibited.
Check the gas system for leakage at
regular intervals. Provide for safe
placement of vehicles equipped with
LPG systems (e.g. provide for sufficient ventilation; park above ground
level; keep clear of openings, pits,
wells and other; close outlet valve).
According to § 33, 37 of BGV D 34
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directive, vehicles equipped with
LPG systems have to be inspected
by an expert for safe condition at regular intervals, at least once yearly.
The exhaust gas has to be checked
for its contents of contaminants at
half-yearly intervals and has to be
set to a maximum CO content of 0.1
percent by volume with warm engine
at idling speed. Document the results in a test certificate according to
BGV D 34.
Only experts and qualified personnel
is authorised to work at the gas system.
When fitting or replacing parts of the
gas system, only use parts approved
by the manufacturer.
After repair work and modifications
having an influence on operational
safety as well as after interruption
periods of more than a year, check
the LPG system for proper condition,
function or leakage.
Sweepers which are equipped with
liquid propellant gas system must
not be parked in the vicinity of heat
sources; this includes e.g. exposure
to strong insolation.
Have LPG systems checked for pro-
per condition, function or leakage at
regular intervals.
Elektric system
• Only use genuine fuses with prescribed connecting load!
• In case of malfunctions of the electric
system, immediately shutdown vehicle and remedy!
• Qualified personnel only is authorised to proceed to works at the electric equipment and only according to
electro-technical rules!
• Inspect/check the electrical equipment of the vehicle at regular intervals. Immediately remedy defects
such as e.g. loose connections or
scorched cables.
• Generally disconnect the battery
earth strap before working at the
electric system or before welding!
• If improperly executed, starting by
means of jumper cable may be dangerous. Observe safety provisions
for batteries!
Hydraulic system
• Qualified Hako workshops only are
authorised to proceed to works at the
hydraulic system of the vehicle!
• Check all lines, hoses and screwed
connections for leakage and visible
damages in regular intervals! Have
such damages and leakages remedied by return! Leaking oil may cause injuries and fire!
• Wear ear protection if required!
Oil, grease and other chemical substances
• Comply with the safety provisions
applicable for the product (safety
leaflet) when handling oil, grease
and other chemical substances (battery acid — sulphuric acid)!
• Utmost care is advised when handling hot operating and auxiliary media – Burning hazard!
Battery
• Observe the specific safety provisions and accident prevention regulations when handling batteries.
Batteries contain sulphuric acid –
Caustic!
• During the charging procedure in
particular but as well during normal
use of batteries, an air-hydrogen
mixture is formed in the cells – Explosion hazard! Provide for sufficient
ventilation.
• Do not try to start engine by means
of jumper cable in case of insufficient
electrolyte level; the battery may ex-
per condition, function or leakage at
regular intervals.
Elektric system
• Only use genuine fuses with prescribed connecting load!
• In case of malfunctions of the electric
system, immediately shutdown vehicle and remedy!
• Qualified personnel only is authorised to proceed to works at the electric equipment and only according to
electro-technical rules!
• Inspect/check the electrical equipment of the vehicle at regular intervals. Immediately remedy defects
such as e.g. loose connections or
scorched cables.
• Generally disconnect the battery
earth strap before working at the
electric system or before welding!
• If improperly executed, starting by
means of jumper cable may be dangerous. Observe safety provisions
for batteries!
Hydraulic system
• Qualified Hako workshops only are
authorised to proceed to works at the
hydraulic system of the vehicle!
• Check all lines, hoses and screwed
connections for leakage and visible
damages in regular intervals! Have
such damages and leakages remedied by return! Leaking oil may cause injuries and fire!
• Wear ear protection if required!
Oil, grease and other chemical substances
• Comply with the safety provisions
applicable for the product (safety
leaflet) when handling oil, grease
and other chemical substances (battery acid — sulphuric acid)!
• Utmost care is advised when handling hot operating and auxiliary media – Burning hazard!
Battery
• Observe the specific safety provisions and accident prevention regulations when handling batteries.
Batteries contain sulphuric acid –
Caustic!
• During the charging procedure in
particular but as well during normal
use of batteries, an air-hydrogen
mixture is formed in the cells – Explosion hazard! Provide for sufficient
ventilation.
• Do not try to start engine by means
of jumper cable in case of insufficient
electrolyte level; the battery may ex-
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directive, vehicles equipped with
LPG systems have to be inspected
by an expert for safe condition at regular intervals, at least once yearly.
The exhaust gas has to be checked
for its contents of contaminants at
half-yearly intervals and has to be
set to a maximum CO content of 0.1
percent by volume with warm engine
at idling speed. Document the results in a test certificate according to
BGV D 34.
Only experts and qualified personnel
is authorised to work at the gas system.
When fitting or replacing parts of the
gas system, only use parts approved
by the manufacturer.
After repair work and modifications
having an influence on operational
safety as well as after interruption
periods of more than a year, check
the LPG system for proper condition,
function or leakage.
Sweepers which are equipped with
liquid propellant gas system must
not be parked in the vicinity of heat
sources; this includes e.g. exposure
to strong insolation.
Have LPG systems checked for pro-
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Tyres
• Qualified personnel or qualified
workshops only are authorised to
proceed to repair work at tyres and
rims!
• Damaged tyres and/or insufficient inflation pressure of tyres significantly
reduce operational safety of the vehicle. Check tyres for prescribed inflation pressure or damages at
regular intervals.
• Do not inflate tyres by combustible
gas – Explosion hazard!
Total weight
• Respect the admissible total weight,
see technical data.
1.6
Instructions for Protection of
Environment
• For safe use of substances inheriting
a danger to health and environment
such as e.g. oil, detergent, lubricating grease and other, specific knowledge is required.
• Substances such as oil, grease, detergent, paint etc. have to be stored
in appropriate reservoirs and treated
in compliance with the safety instructions issued by the manufacturer but
never on the Hakomatic 1800.
• During maintenance and repair work
and oil changes, collect all operating
media in appropriate reservoirs and
provide for disposal according to the
Waste Recycling and Disposal Act
and Used Oil Regulations.
• Leaking oil and lubricant must not
get into the soil. Danger of groundwater contamination!
• Immediately wipe away spilled substances and provide for disposal in
compliance with the regulations. Depending on the filtered substances,
used filter elements have to be disposed of as special waste. Batteries
contain caustic sulphuric acid. Utmost care is advised for handling
batteries. Used batteries have to be
disposed of as hazardous waste.
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Tyres
• Qualified personnel or qualified
workshops only are authorised to
proceed to repair work at tyres and
rims!
• Damaged tyres and/or insufficient inflation pressure of tyres significantly
reduce operational safety of the vehicle. Check tyres for prescribed inflation pressure or damages at
regular intervals.
• Do not inflate tyres by combustible
gas – Explosion hazard!
Total weight
• Respect the admissible total weight,
see technical data.
1.6
Instructions for Protection of
Environment
• For safe use of substances inheriting
a danger to health and environment
such as e.g. oil, detergent, lubricating grease and other, specific knowledge is required.
• Substances such as oil, grease, detergent, paint etc. have to be stored
in appropriate reservoirs and treated
in compliance with the safety instructions issued by the manufacturer but
never on the Hakomatic 1800.
• During maintenance and repair work
and oil changes, collect all operating
media in appropriate reservoirs and
provide for disposal according to the
Waste Recycling and Disposal Act
and Used Oil Regulations.
• Leaking oil and lubricant must not
get into the soil. Danger of groundwater contamination!
• Immediately wipe away spilled substances and provide for disposal in
compliance with the regulations. Depending on the filtered substances,
used filter elements have to be disposed of as special waste. Batteries
contain caustic sulphuric acid. Utmost care is advised for handling
batteries. Used batteries have to be
disposed of as hazardous waste.
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1.7
Labels at the Machine
The following safety and information labels are legibly attached to the vehicle.
Replace missing or illegible labels immediately.
High-pressure cleaner (Fig. 1/4)
gine compartment. Burning hazard! Engine has not yet cooled down! (Fig. 1/7)
Hako nameplate (Fig. 1/1)
Liquid discharge only! (Fig. 1/8)
Rotating parts at the left/right side of the
radiator and at the suction fan of the
sweeping und the suction unit (Fig. 1/5)
For all works at the engine: fully open
side door (Fig. 1/9)
After all works at the engine: re-mount
fixing plate! (Fig. 1/10)
Vehicle identification number (Fig. 1/2)
USA
Hydraulic tank: Do not fill fuel oil or
other inflammable or combustible substances! (Fig. 1/11)
Instruction manual (Fig. 1/3)
Pinching hazard: Use safety stand with
an opened dirt hopper! (Fig. 1/6)
Caution - Explosion hazard! (Fig. 1/12)
Caution - Lifted-up disposal! (Fig. 1/13)
Burning hazard: Caution inside the en-
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1.7
Labels at the Machine
The following safety and information labels are legibly attached to the vehicle.
Replace missing or illegible labels immediately.
High-pressure cleaner (Fig. 1/4)
gine compartment. Burning hazard! Engine has not yet cooled down! (Fig. 1/7)
Hako nameplate (Fig. 1/1)
Liquid discharge only! (Fig. 1/8)
Rotating parts at the left/right side of the
radiator and at the suction fan of the
sweeping und the suction unit (Fig. 1/5)
For all works at the engine: fully open
side door (Fig. 1/9)
After all works at the engine: re-mount
fixing plate! (Fig. 1/10)
Vehicle identification number (Fig. 1/2)
USA
Hydraulic tank: Do not fill fuel oil or
other inflammable or combustible substances! (Fig. 1/11)
Instruction manual (Fig. 1/3)
Pinching hazard: Use safety stand with
an opened dirt hopper! (Fig. 1/6)
Caution - Explosion hazard! (Fig. 1/12)
Caution - Lifted-up disposal! (Fig. 1/13)
Burning hazard: Caution inside the en-
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3
6
7
11
5
5
1
1
12
Fig.1
8
4
13
9
13
10
shows LPG variant
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3
6
7
11
5
5
1
1
12
Fig.1
8
4
13
13
9
10
shows LPG variant
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First Operation
2
First Operation
2.1
Instruction
Instruction is required before first operation.
First instruction into handling of the Hakomatic 1800 must be held by a qualified person sent by your local Hako
contract dealer.
Your Hako dealer will be informed by
the manufacturer upon delivery of the
vehicle and will contact you to make a
date for instruction.
7. Check lighting, see chapter Operation.
8. Check parking surface for signs of
leakage. Hoses, lines and tanks
must not be leaky or damaged.
9. Check condition of tyres, see chapter Maintenance.
10.Empty dirt hopper, see chapter
Maintenance.
11.Refill clear water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
12.Empty soiled water tank and clean if
required, see chapter Maintenance.
2.3
Start Vehicle
The driver has to be seated and made
sure that the parking brake is engaged
before starting the engine.
1. Make sure that the accelerator pedal
is in neutral position.
2. Make sure that the engine speed
switch is in idling position.
3. Actuate parking brake.
4. Turn ignition switch to start position
and release.
5. Fold down armrest.
Should the engine not crank
within 10 seconds, interrupt
start procedure. Let the starter
cool down between two start
trials.
2.2
Before First Operation
Proceed to the following controls before
first operation of the Hakomatic 1800:
1. Re-fill fuel tank of fuel variant. Check
liquid propellant gas level of LPG variant. Replace liquid gas tank, see
Maintenance chapter.
2. Check engine oil level by means of
dipstick. Refill engine oil, see chapter Maintenance.
3. Check hydraulic fluid level by means
of dipstick. Refill fluid, see chapter
Maintenance.
4. Check coolant level. Refill coolant,
see chapter Maintenance.
5. Check brake system.
6. Check steering.
6. Let the engine run for approx. 2 minutes.
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2
First Operation
2.1
Instruction
Instruction is required before first operation.
First instruction into handling of the Hakomatic 1800 must be held by a qualified person sent by your local Hako
contract dealer.
Your Hako dealer will be informed by
the manufacturer upon delivery of the
vehicle and will contact you to make a
date for instruction.
2.2
Before First Operation
Proceed to the following controls before
first operation of the Hakomatic 1800:
1. Re-fill fuel tank of fuel variant. Check
liquid propellant gas level of LPG variant. Replace liquid gas tank, see
Maintenance chapter.
2. Check engine oil level by means of
dipstick. Refill engine oil, see chapter Maintenance.
3. Check hydraulic fluid level by means
of dipstick. Refill fluid, see chapter
Maintenance.
4. Check coolant level. Refill coolant,
see chapter Maintenance.
5. Check brake system.
6. Check steering.
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7. Check lighting, see chapter Operation.
8. Check parking surface for signs of
leakage. Hoses, lines and tanks
must not be leaky or damaged.
9. Check condition of tyres, see chapter Maintenance.
10.Empty dirt hopper, see chapter
Maintenance.
11.Refill clear water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
12.Empty soiled water tank and clean if
required, see chapter Maintenance.
2.3
Start Vehicle
The driver has to be seated and made
sure that the parking brake is engaged
before starting the engine.
1. Make sure that the accelerator pedal
is in neutral position.
2. Make sure that the engine speed
switch is in idling position.
3. Actuate parking brake.
4. Turn ignition switch to start position
and release.
5. Fold down armrest.
Should the engine not crank
within 10 seconds, interrupt
start procedure. Let the starter
cool down between two start
trials.
6. Let the engine run for approx. 2 minutes.
First Operation
2.4
Slow Down and Stop
Take the accelerator pedal to neutral
position. The vehicle slows down to
complete standstill.
2.5
Riding Up- and Downhill
Utmost care is advised when riding at
right angles to the hill or when turning
while riding up- or downhill. Mind the
tipping angle!
2.6
Work with the Machine
1. Start vehicle and select working
speed.
2. Before sweeping, set lever of broom
ground pressure (Fig. 5/8) into top
position
3. Switch on cylindrical broom by
switch (Fig. 7/10).
4. Switch on side brush by switch (Fig.
7/9).
5. Switch on scrubbing unit by switch
(Fig. 7/11).
6. Switch on squeegee by switch (Fig.
7/12).
In case of wet surfaces, switch off dust
extraction (save dust filter)!
7. Adjust chemical dosage (option) by
regulator (Fig. 8/5).
8. Adjust water amount by regulator
(Fig. 8/6).
9. Adjust brush ground pressure by regulator (Fig. 8/7).
10.If required, switch on lighting
11.Slowly depress accelerator pedal
and clean desired surface (accelerator pedal activates water supply and
the brushes of the scrubbing unit).
2.7
After Work
1. Ride vehicle to suitable site for cleaning.
2.8
Load
1. Park machine on a transport vehicle
or trailer and engage parking brake.
2. Secure machine by straps.
Fasten straps at the chassis
only and not at the engine
swing frame.
Proceed to eco-friendly disposal of dirt and soiled water!
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Empty dirt hopper
Empty soiled water tank.
Empty clear water tank.
Check clear water filter.
Check seals and suction hose.
Check operating media levels,
function and setting, see chapter
Maintenance.
8. Turn off engine, engage parking brake and pull ignition key.
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First Operation
2.4
Slow Down and Stop
Take the accelerator pedal to neutral
position. The vehicle slows down to
complete standstill.
2.5
Riding Up- and Downhill
Utmost care is advised when riding at
right angles to the hill or when turning
while riding up- or downhill. Mind the
tipping angle!
2.6
Work with the Machine
1. Start vehicle and select working
speed.
2. Before sweeping, set lever of broom
ground pressure (Fig. 5/8) into top
position
3. Switch on cylindrical broom by
switch (Fig. 7/10).
4. Switch on side brush by switch (Fig.
7/9).
5. Switch on scrubbing unit by switch
(Fig. 7/11).
6. Switch on squeegee by switch (Fig.
7/12).
In case of wet surfaces, switch off dust
extraction (save dust filter)!
7. Adjust chemical dosage (option) by
regulator (Fig. 8/5).
8. Adjust water amount by regulator
(Fig. 8/6).
9. Adjust brush ground pressure by regulator (Fig. 8/7).
10.If required, switch on lighting
11.Slowly depress accelerator pedal
and clean desired surface (accelerator pedal activates water supply and
the brushes of the scrubbing unit).
2.7
After Work
1. Ride vehicle to suitable site for cleaning.
2.8
Load
1. Park machine on a transport vehicle
or trailer and engage parking brake.
2. Secure machine by straps.
Fasten straps at the chassis
only and not at the engine
swing frame.
Proceed to eco-friendly disposal of dirt and soiled water!
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Empty dirt hopper
Empty soiled water tank.
Empty clear water tank.
Check clear water filter.
Check seals and suction hose.
Check operating media levels,
function and setting, see chapter
Maintenance.
8. Turn off engine, engage parking brake and pull ignition key.
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2.9
Tie-down points
The front sides of both wheel housings
are equipped with an opening (Fig. 2/2)
for tying down the front part of the machine. Secure the rear part of the machine with a hook or an eye (Fig. 2/3).
2.10
Towing
Do not tow the vehicle for a distance of 800 metres and more
and do not exceed a towing
velocity of 1.5 km/h. If these limit values are not adhered to,
the hydraulic system may be
damaged. If the above mentioned values are exceeded liftup the rear wheel or place it on
a roll board.
Actuate the bypass valve before towing.
1. Open engine hood, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. The bypass valve is located at the
front wall of the hydraulic tank.
3. Turn lever (Fig. 2/1) of the bypass
valve clockwise by 90°.
4. The vehicle then can be pushed or
towed.
Generally tow the vehicle with the rear
wheel lifted!
2.11
Support Points
Safely jack the vehicle. Do not
rely on stands alone.
Place stands under the front border of
the wheel housing at the chassis. Support the rear vehicle part by placing
jacks under the chassis next to the rear
lights.
2
1
3
Fig.2
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2.9
Tie-down points
The front sides of both wheel housings
are equipped with an opening (Fig. 2/2)
for tying down the front part of the machine. Secure the rear part of the machine with a hook or an eye (Fig. 2/3).
2.10
Towing
Do not tow the vehicle for a distance of 800 metres and more
and do not exceed a towing
velocity of 1.5 km/h. If these limit values are not adhered to,
the hydraulic system may be
damaged. If the above mentioned values are exceeded liftup the rear wheel or place it on
a roll board.
Actuate the bypass valve before towing.
1. Open engine hood, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. The bypass valve is located at the
front wall of the hydraulic tank.
3. Turn lever (Fig. 2/1) of the bypass
valve clockwise by 90°.
4. The vehicle then can be pushed or
towed.
Generally tow the vehicle with the rear
wheel lifted!
2.11
Support Points
Safely jack the vehicle. Do not
rely on stands alone.
Place stands under the front border of
the wheel housing at the chassis. Support the rear vehicle part by placing
jacks under the chassis next to the rear
lights.
2
Fig.2
16
3
1
Operation
3
Operation
3.1
Method of Operation
3.1.1 General
The Hakomatic 1800 is an automatic
large-surface scrubbing machine with
integrated sweeping system for efficient
dry and wet cleaning of hard floorings.
3.1.2 Sweeping Unit
The sweeping unit collects the dirt into
a hopper. But before, two side brushes
(Fig. 3/1) sweep the dirt and direct it into
the track of the cylindrical broom (Fig. 3/
2). The suction fan then takes it into the
dirt hopper (Fig. 3/3). A dust filter separates fine dusts.
5
3.1.3 Water Tank
A flexible pane separates the water
tank into two chambers: soiled water
tank (Fig. 3/5) and clean water tank
(Fig. 3/4). to make optimal use of the
tank capacity holding soiled and clean
water. A pump delivers the clean water
to the scrubbing unit.
4
3
1
2
Fig.3
(shows LPG variant)
17
Operation
3
Operation
3.1
Method of Operation
3.1.1 General
The Hakomatic 1800 is an automatic
large-surface scrubbing machine with
integrated sweeping system for efficient
dry and wet cleaning of hard floorings.
3.1.2 Sweeping Unit
The sweeping unit collects the dirt into
a hopper. But before, two side brushes
(Fig. 3/1) sweep the dirt and direct it into
the track of the cylindrical broom (Fig. 3/
2). The suction fan then takes it into the
dirt hopper (Fig. 3/3). A dust filter separates fine dusts.
5
3.1.3 Water Tank
A flexible pane separates the water
tank into two chambers: soiled water
tank (Fig. 3/5) and clean water tank
(Fig. 3/4). to make optimal use of the
tank capacity holding soiled and clean
water. A pump delivers the clean water
to the scrubbing unit.
4
2
Fig.3
3
1
(shows LPG variant)
17
Operation
3.1.4 Scrubbing Unit
The suspended scrubbing unit (Fig. 4/1)
comprises three hydraulically driven
scrubbing brushes, the lateral wipers
and a water supply system.
3.1.5 Squeegee
The suspended squeegee (Fig. 4/2)
comprises the squeegee lift-out system,
suction turbine and sealing strips. These sealing strips wipe the soiled water
off the floor by and a suction turbine
takes it into the soiled water tank. In reverse ride, the squeegee is automatically lifted out.
4
3.1.6 Travel Drive and Work Hydraulics
The combustion engine (Fig. 4/3) provides for direct drive of the drive pump
and the hydraulic pumps for steering/
sweeping unit and scrubbing unit. Travel drive assembly and work hydraulics
are protected by oil cooler and corresponding filters.
3.1.7 Options
Protective roof, rotating beacon and second liquid propellant gas tank (Fig. 4/
4)
1
2
3
Fig.4
18
Operation
3.1.4 Scrubbing Unit
The suspended scrubbing unit (Fig. 4/1)
comprises three hydraulically driven
scrubbing brushes, the lateral wipers
and a water supply system.
3.1.5 Squeegee
The suspended squeegee (Fig. 4/2)
comprises the squeegee lift-out system,
suction turbine and sealing strips. These sealing strips wipe the soiled water
off the floor by and a suction turbine
takes it into the soiled water tank. In reverse ride, the squeegee is automatically lifted out.
4
3.1.6 Travel Drive and Work Hydraulics
The combustion engine (Fig. 4/3) provides for direct drive of the drive pump
and the hydraulic pumps for steering/
sweeping unit and scrubbing unit. Travel drive assembly and work hydraulics
are protected by oil cooler and corresponding filters.
3.1.7 Options
Protective roof, rotating beacon and second liquid propellant gas tank (Fig. 4/
4)
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1
Fig.4
2
3
Operation
3.2
Control and Display Elements
3.2.1 Overview
1 Main control panel
2 Left-hand control panel
3 Driver seat
4 Accelerator pedal
5 Brake
6 Parking brake
7 Wearing compensation for cylindrical broom
8 Broom ground pressure
9 Valve for gas cylinder
10 Clear water drain valve
11 Clean water sieve
12 Safety stand
13 Wearing compensation for side
brushes
14 Clear water stop valve
22
1
2
3
8
7
9
12
10
13
11
6
5
4
14
Fig.5
19
Operation
3.2
Control and Display Elements
3.2.1 Overview
1 Main control panel
2 Left-hand control panel
3 Driver seat
4 Accelerator pedal
5 Brake
6 Parking brake
7 Wearing compensation for cylindrical broom
8 Broom ground pressure
9 Valve for gas cylinder
10 Clear water drain valve
11 Clean water sieve
12 Safety stand
13 Wearing compensation for side
brushes
14 Clear water stop valve
22
1
2
3
8
7
9
12
10
13
11
6
5
4
14
Fig.5
19
Operation
Overview, continued:
15 Locking for dust filter removal
16 Engine oil dipstick
17 Maintenance indicator for air cleaner
18 Hydraulic fluid level
19 Soiled water drain hose
20 Opening (both sides) for cleaning
soiled water tank
21 Fuel filter
22 Fuel tank
15
21
17
16
18
19
14
Fig.6
20
Operation
Overview, continued:
15 Locking for dust filter removal
16 Engine oil dipstick
17 Maintenance indicator for air cleaner
18 Hydraulic fluid level
19 Soiled water drain hose
20 Opening (both sides) for cleaning
soiled water tank
21 Fuel filter
22 Fuel tank
15
21
17
16
18
19
14
Fig.6
20
Operation
3.2.2 Main Control Panel
1 Spark sensor pilot lamp (optional)
2 Brake pilot lamp
3 Dust filter pilot lamp
4 Multi-function display
5 Clean water pilot lamp
6 Soiled water pilot lamp
7 Engine temperature pilot lamp
8 Engine speed switch
9 Side brush switch
10 Sweeping mode switch
11 Scrubbing unit switch
12 Squeegee switch
13 Ignition switch
14 Light switch
15 Signal horn switch
16 Jolter switch
17 Hopper flap switch
18 Dirt hopper lever
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
18
17
15
16
14
13
Fig.7
21
Operation
3.2.2 Main Control Panel
1 Spark sensor pilot lamp (optional)
2 Brake pilot lamp
3 Dust filter pilot lamp
4 Multi-function display
5 Clean water pilot lamp
6 Soiled water pilot lamp
7 Engine temperature pilot lamp
8 Engine speed switch
9 Side brush switch
10 Sweeping mode switch
11 Scrubbing unit switch
12 Squeegee switch
13 Ignition switch
14 Light switch
15 Signal horn switch
16 Jolter switch
17 Hopper flap switch
18 Dirt hopper lever
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
18
17
15
16
14
13
Fig.7
21
Operation
Spark sensor pilot lamp (Option)
(Fig. 7/1)
lights if sensor detects objects such as
glowing cigarette ends.
Brake pilot lamp (Fig. 7/2)
lights after actuation of brake or if parking brake has been engaged.
Dust filter pilot lamp (Fig. 7/3)
The pilot lamp lights after dust filter has
attained maximum degree of soiling.
Switch on jolter by switch (Fig. 7/16).
Multi-function display (Fig. 7/4)
Multi-functional display holds indicators
for fuel level, battery charge, oil pressure, coolant temperature and hourmeter.
Fuel gauge indicates fuel filling level,
but only for petrol and diesel versions,
for liquid propellant gas versions this
gauge is off.
Battery display shows charge status or
generator charge. Equally displays discharge by machine operation if generator does not charge battery.
Oil pressure indication shows current
engine oil pressure
Clean water pilot lamp (Fig. 7/5)
lights if clean water tank is empty. For
re-filling clean water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
Soiled water pilot lamp (Fig. 7/6)
lights if soiled water tank is filled. For
emptying soiled water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
Radiator temperature gauge shows engine coolant temperature. If temperatures of 110° C and more are attained,
overheating is indicated.
Hourmeter indicates the time with running motor.
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Operation
Spark sensor pilot lamp (Option)
(Fig. 7/1)
lights if sensor detects objects such as
glowing cigarette ends.
Brake pilot lamp (Fig. 7/2)
lights after actuation of brake or if parking brake has been engaged.
Dust filter pilot lamp (Fig. 7/3)
The pilot lamp lights after dust filter has
attained maximum degree of soiling.
Switch on jolter by switch (Fig. 7/16).
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Multi-function display (Fig. 7/4)
Multi-functional display holds indicators
for fuel level, battery charge, oil pressure, coolant temperature and hourmeter.
Fuel gauge indicates fuel filling level,
but only for petrol and diesel versions,
for liquid propellant gas versions this
gauge is off.
Battery display shows charge status or
generator charge. Equally displays discharge by machine operation if generator does not charge battery.
Oil pressure indication shows current
engine oil pressure
Radiator temperature gauge shows engine coolant temperature. If temperatures of 110° C and more are attained,
overheating is indicated.
Hourmeter indicates the time with running motor.
Clean water pilot lamp (Fig. 7/5)
lights if clean water tank is empty. For
re-filling clean water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
Soiled water pilot lamp (Fig. 7/6)
lights if soiled water tank is filled. For
emptying soiled water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
Operation
Engine pilot lamp (Fig. 7/7)
Upon occurrence of a critical error at
the engine or the controller, the pilot
lamp lights permanently. If it does not
extinguish, immediately turn off machine and inform the Hako service. A
flashing pilot lamp indicates a less critical error. Inform the Hako service.
L
Accelerator switch (Fig. 7/8)
Activate working units at working speed
only.
• Set the switch to idling position before starting engine and before switching off machine
• Two positions are available for
sweeping and scrubbing: higher
speed adjustment makes sweeping
performance more efficient while lower speed adjustment provides for
low-noise operation
Side brush switch (Fig. 7/9)
Actuate this switch to lower and switch
on side brush. This function is available
only with the broom (Fig. 7/10) being
switched on.
Sweeping mode switch (Fig. 7/10)
Switch on to activate:
• opening of hopper discharge
• lowering of broom
• the broom drive
• the dust extraction (depending on
switch position)
In its left position, the switch opens hopper discharge after lifting of the hopper;
see chapter maintenance.
Switch off to activate:
• closing of hopper discharge
• lifting of broom
• switching off the broom motor
• switching off the suction turbine motor
Scrubbing unit switch (Fig. 7/11)
The switch is used to lift and lower the
scrubbing unit and to switch on and off
the scrubbing brush drives. The scrubbing unit is automatically lifted out if:
• turned off by switch.
• the suction fan is still on
To preclude the floor from being damaged, the scrubbing brushes will start rotating only after actuation of the pedal.
If working without suction fan, switch it
on for a short time before lifting the
scrubbing unit.
Sweeping mode may be used
alone or together with side
brush operation.
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Operation
Engine pilot lamp (Fig. 7/7)
Upon occurrence of a critical error at
the engine or the controller, the pilot
lamp lights permanently. If it does not
extinguish, immediately turn off machine and inform the Hako service. A
flashing pilot lamp indicates a less critical error. Inform the Hako service.
L
Accelerator switch (Fig. 7/8)
Activate working units at working speed
only.
• Set the switch to idling position before starting engine and before switching off machine
• Two positions are available for
sweeping and scrubbing: higher
speed adjustment makes sweeping
performance more efficient while lower speed adjustment provides for
low-noise operation
Side brush switch (Fig. 7/9)
Actuate this switch to lower and switch
on side brush. This function is available
only with the broom (Fig. 7/10) being
switched on.
Sweeping mode switch (Fig. 7/10)
Switch on to activate:
• opening of hopper discharge
• lowering of broom
• the broom drive
• the dust extraction (depending on
switch position)
In its left position, the switch opens hopper discharge after lifting of the hopper;
see chapter maintenance.
Switch off to activate:
• closing of hopper discharge
• lifting of broom
• switching off the broom motor
• switching off the suction turbine motor
Scrubbing unit switch (Fig. 7/11)
The switch is used to lift and lower the
scrubbing unit and to switch on and off
the scrubbing brush drives. The scrubbing unit is automatically lifted out if:
• turned off by switch.
• the suction fan is still on
To preclude the floor from being damaged, the scrubbing brushes will start rotating only after actuation of the pedal.
If working without suction fan, switch it
on for a short time before lifting the
scrubbing unit.
Sweeping mode may be used
alone or together with side
brush operation.
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Operation
Squeegee switch (Fig. 7/12)
This switch allows lifting and lowering of
the squeegee and switching on and off
the suction fan.
Ignition switch (Fig. 7/13)
Close and lock the engine
swing frame and open the gas
valve before starting.
Switch on the electrical system and
start engine by means of the ignition
key.
Turn key fully right to start engine and
release key after engine cranks.
To stop engine turn ignition key to the
left to OFF position.
Light switch (Fig. 7/14)
to switch the head- and rear lights on
and off.
Hopper flap switch (Fig. 7/17)
to open the dirt hopper flap. If dirt hopper flap is opened with the hopper being
lifted, manual closing is not available.
Hopper flap will be automatically locked
upon lowering.
Signal horn switch(Fig. 7/15)
to switch the signal horn on.
Jolter switch (Fig. 7/16)
This tipswitch allows switching on the
jolter motor in the sweeping unit for cleaning of the dust filter.
Dirt hopper lever (Fig. 7/18)
This lever is used to lift and lower the
dirt hopper.
• Push lever: dirt hopper lowers
• Pull lever: dirt hopper lifts
Fit safety stand before working
under the dirt hopper. Pinching
hazard!
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Operation
Squeegee switch (Fig. 7/12)
This switch allows lifting and lowering of
the squeegee and switching on and off
the suction fan.
Ignition switch (Fig. 7/13)
Close and lock the engine
swing frame and open the gas
valve before starting.
Switch on the electrical system and
start engine by means of the ignition
key.
Turn key fully right to start engine and
release key after engine cranks.
To stop engine turn ignition key to the
left to OFF position.
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Light switch (Fig. 7/14)
to switch the head- and rear lights on
and off.
Hopper flap switch (Fig. 7/17)
to open the dirt hopper flap. If dirt hopper flap is opened with the hopper being
lifted, manual closing is not available.
Hopper flap will be automatically locked
upon lowering.
Signal horn switch(Fig. 7/15)
to switch the signal horn on.
Jolter switch (Fig. 7/16)
This tipswitch allows switching on the
jolter motor in the sweeping unit for cleaning of the dust filter.
Dirt hopper lever (Fig. 7/18)
This lever is used to lift and lower the
dirt hopper.
• Push lever: dirt hopper lowers
• Pull lever: dirt hopper lifts
Fit safety stand before working
under the dirt hopper. Pinching
hazard!
Operation
3.2.3 Left-hand Control Panel
1 not assigned
2 not assigned
3 not assigned
4 Switch for dust extraction in
sweeping mode
5 Chemical agent control (optional)
6 Water dosage control
7 Control of scrubbing brush ground
pressure
1 2
Switch for scrubbing unit suction
fan (Fig. 8/4)
to switch suction fan on and off. Switch
off dust extraction when working on wet
surfaces (Protect dust filter from dust
deposits!).
3 4
5
6
7
Chemical agent control (optional)
(Fig. 8/5)
This controller is used to adjust one of
four stages for cleaning lye supply to
the scrubbing unit.
Stage 1 = Off
Stage 2 = minimum supply
Stage 3 = medium supply
Stage 4 = maximum supply
Supply is switched off when scrubbing
unit lifts. If it is lowered again, supply of
the adjusted amount is re-activated.
Clean water control (Fig. 8/6)
This controller is used to adjust one of
four stages for clean water supply to the
scrubbing unit.
Stage 1 = Off
Stage 2 = minimum supply
Stage 3 = medium supply
Stage 4 = maximum supply
Supply is switched off when scrubbing
unit lifts. If it is lowered again, supply of
the adjusted amount is re-activated.
Control of scrubbing brush ground
pressure (Fig. 8/7)
Use this regulator to set scrubbing
brush ground pressure to one of three
stages. Excessive ground pressure
causes higher brush wearing and may
damage the floor surface!
Fig.8
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Operation
3.2.3 Left-hand Control Panel
1 not assigned
2 not assigned
3 not assigned
4 Switch for dust extraction in
sweeping mode
5 Chemical agent control (optional)
6 Water dosage control
7 Control of scrubbing brush ground
pressure
1 2
Switch for scrubbing unit suction
fan (Fig. 8/4)
to switch suction fan on and off. Switch
off dust extraction when working on wet
surfaces (Protect dust filter from dust
deposits!).
3 4
5
6
7
Chemical agent control (optional)
(Fig. 8/5)
This controller is used to adjust one of
four stages for cleaning lye supply to
the scrubbing unit.
Stage 1 = Off
Stage 2 = minimum supply
Stage 3 = medium supply
Stage 4 = maximum supply
Supply is switched off when scrubbing
unit lifts. If it is lowered again, supply of
the adjusted amount is re-activated.
Clean water control (Fig. 8/6)
This controller is used to adjust one of
four stages for clean water supply to the
scrubbing unit.
Stage 1 = Off
Stage 2 = minimum supply
Stage 3 = medium supply
Stage 4 = maximum supply
Supply is switched off when scrubbing
unit lifts. If it is lowered again, supply of
the adjusted amount is re-activated.
Control of scrubbing brush ground
pressure (Fig. 8/7)
Use this regulator to set scrubbing
brush ground pressure to one of three
stages. Excessive ground pressure
causes higher brush wearing and may
damage the floor surface!
Fig.8
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Operation
3.2.4 Controls of the Machine
A
B
C
Driver seat (Fig. 5/3)
Inclination of the arm rest is adjusted by
hand wheel (A).
Backrest is adjusted by hand wheel (B).
Seat suspension is continuously adjusted to driver weight (45 to 125kg) by
hand wheel (C).
The driver seat is equipped
with a seat contact switch. Excessive seat suspension adjustment thus precludes activation of travel drive!
Accelerator pedal (Fig. 5/4)
The accelerator pedal allows modification of velocity and driving direction. It
may be equally used to slow down and
stop the vehicle.
• Depress the front end of the pedal to
start up; velocity increases as depressing force applied to the pedal
increases
• Depress the rear end of the pedal for
reverse ride
• Take the pedal to neutral position to
slow down and stop the machine
• Take the accelerator pedal over the
neutral position immediately into opposite position for emergency braking.
Use emergency brake actions
for cases of emergency only!
Steady emergency braking
cause damages of the drive
components!
Service brake (Fig. 5/5)
Release of the accelerator pedal (in forward or reverse ride) rapidly slows the
vehicle down to standstill due to the hydrostatic braking effect. If the effect is
not sufficient, additionally use the service brake.
Parking brake (Fig. 5/6)
The parking brake actuates mechanical
drum brakes acting on both front
wheels. Simultaneously actuate service
and parking brake!
Wearing compensation for cylindrical broom (Fig. 5/7)
The adjusting device for broom wearing
compensation is located behind the cover plate. If bristles shorten due to wearing, this device allows re-adjustment,
see chapter Maintenance.
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Operation
3.2.4 Controls of the Machine
A
B
C
Driver seat (Fig. 5/3)
Inclination of the arm rest is adjusted by
hand wheel (A).
Backrest is adjusted by hand wheel (B).
Seat suspension is continuously adjusted to driver weight (45 to 125kg) by
hand wheel (C).
The driver seat is equipped
with a seat contact switch. Excessive seat suspension adjustment thus precludes activation of travel drive!
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Accelerator pedal (Fig. 5/4)
The accelerator pedal allows modification of velocity and driving direction. It
may be equally used to slow down and
stop the vehicle.
• Depress the front end of the pedal to
start up; velocity increases as depressing force applied to the pedal
increases
• Depress the rear end of the pedal for
reverse ride
• Take the pedal to neutral position to
slow down and stop the machine
• Take the accelerator pedal over the
neutral position immediately into opposite position for emergency braking.
Use emergency brake actions
for cases of emergency only!
Steady emergency braking
cause damages of the drive
components!
Service brake (Fig. 5/5)
Release of the accelerator pedal (in forward or reverse ride) rapidly slows the
vehicle down to standstill due to the hydrostatic braking effect. If the effect is
not sufficient, additionally use the service brake.
Parking brake (Fig. 5/6)
The parking brake actuates mechanical
drum brakes acting on both front
wheels. Simultaneously actuate service
and parking brake!
Wearing compensation for cylindrical broom (Fig. 5/7)
The adjusting device for broom wearing
compensation is located behind the cover plate. If bristles shorten due to wearing, this device allows re-adjustment,
see chapter Maintenance.
Operation
Liquid propellant gas valve (Fig. 5/9)
Comply with the safety instructions for liquid propellant gas,
see Safety chapter! Risk of injury!
Cylindrical broom ground pressure
(Fig. 5/8)
The lever at the left of the driver seat allows brief increase of broom ground
pressure.
Top position = normal operation
Bottom position = strong ground pressure
Working with the lever in bottom position makes working on extremely uneven
floors very easy. Service life of the cylindrical broom, however, then reduced!
Open the valve of the liquid propellant
gas tank before starting engine and close it again after stopping engine. If machine is taken out of operation for a
longer period (longer than one hour),
close valve and let the engine die away
before switching off ignition!
Clear water drain valve (Fig. 5/10)
A drain valve is located on the right side
of the vehicle (seen in direction of travel) above the scrubbing unit. This drain
valve allows draining the clean water
tank as required, see chapter Maintenance.
Clean water sieve (Fig. 5/11)
The sieve is located next to the stop valve and can be removed for cleaning after unscrewing the cap, see
Maintenance. Close stop valve (Fig. 5/
14) before removal!
Safety stand (Fig. 5/12)
Fit safety stand before working
under the dirt hopper. Pinching
hazard!
Before working under the dirt hopper,
install safety stand. Keep clear during
lifting and lowering of the dirt hopper.
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Operation
Liquid propellant gas valve (Fig. 5/9)
Comply with the safety instructions for liquid propellant gas,
see Safety chapter! Risk of injury!
Cylindrical broom ground pressure
(Fig. 5/8)
The lever at the left of the driver seat allows brief increase of broom ground
pressure.
Top position = normal operation
Bottom position = strong ground pressure
Working with the lever in bottom position makes working on extremely uneven
floors very easy. Service life of the cylindrical broom, however, then reduced!
Open the valve of the liquid propellant
gas tank before starting engine and close it again after stopping engine. If machine is taken out of operation for a
longer period (longer than one hour),
close valve and let the engine die away
before switching off ignition!
Clear water drain valve (Fig. 5/10)
A drain valve is located on the right side
of the vehicle (seen in direction of travel) above the scrubbing unit. This drain
valve allows draining the clean water
tank as required, see chapter Maintenance.
Clean water sieve (Fig. 5/11)
The sieve is located next to the stop valve and can be removed for cleaning after unscrewing the cap, see
Maintenance. Close stop valve (Fig. 5/
14) before removal!
Safety stand (Fig. 5/12)
Fit safety stand before working
under the dirt hopper. Pinching
hazard!
Before working under the dirt hopper,
install safety stand. Keep clear during
lifting and lowering of the dirt hopper.
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Operation
Wearing compensation for side
brushes (Fig. 5/13)
An adjustment device for wearing compensation of side brushes is located under the front hood at the right vehicle
side (seen in direction of travel). If bristles shorten due to wearing, this device
allows re-adjustment, see chapter
Maintenance.
Clear water stop valve (Fig. 5/14)
At the right vehicle side (seen in direction of travel), a clear water stop valve is
over the scrubbing unit. For cleaning
the clear water filter close the valve, see
chapter maintenance
Dust filter lock (Fig. 5/15)
The dust filter is located under the front
hood. Before dismounting the dust filter,
open both levers of the lock, see chapter Maintenance.
Maintenance indication for air cleaner (Fig. 5/17)
The air cleaner is situated at the right
engine side. Check the maintenance indication at weekly intervals and change
filter element if required, see chapter
Maintenance
Opening (both sides) for cleaning
soiled water tank (Fig. 5/20)
The lid provided on both sides of the
soiled water tank allows easy cleaning.
Clean soiled water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
Dipstick for hydraulic fluid level (Fig.
5/18)
The dipstick for hydraulic fluid level is
located in the cap of the hydraulic fluid
tank. Check hydraulic fluid level at
weekly intervals and refill hydraulic fluid
if required, see chapter Maintenance.
Soiled water drain hose (Fig. 5/19)
A hose is located above the scrubbing
unit on the left vehicle side (seen in direction of travel) for draining soiled water. If soiled water indication flashes,
empty soiled water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
Dipstick for engine oil level (Fig. 5/
16)
The dipstick is situated on the right engine side. Check the engine oil level at
daily intervals (before work) and re-fill
oil if required, see chapter Maintenance
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Operation
Wearing compensation for side
brushes (Fig. 5/13)
An adjustment device for wearing compensation of side brushes is located under the front hood at the right vehicle
side (seen in direction of travel). If bristles shorten due to wearing, this device
allows re-adjustment, see chapter
Maintenance.
Clear water stop valve (Fig. 5/14)
At the right vehicle side (seen in direction of travel), a clear water stop valve is
over the scrubbing unit. For cleaning
the clear water filter close the valve, see
chapter maintenance
Dust filter lock (Fig. 5/15)
The dust filter is located under the front
hood. Before dismounting the dust filter,
open both levers of the lock, see chapter Maintenance.
Dipstick for engine oil level (Fig. 5/
16)
The dipstick is situated on the right engine side. Check the engine oil level at
daily intervals (before work) and re-fill
oil if required, see chapter Maintenance
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Maintenance indication for air cleaner (Fig. 5/17)
The air cleaner is situated at the right
engine side. Check the maintenance indication at weekly intervals and change
filter element if required, see chapter
Maintenance
Dipstick for hydraulic fluid level (Fig.
5/18)
The dipstick for hydraulic fluid level is
located in the cap of the hydraulic fluid
tank. Check hydraulic fluid level at
weekly intervals and refill hydraulic fluid
if required, see chapter Maintenance.
Soiled water drain hose (Fig. 5/19)
A hose is located above the scrubbing
unit on the left vehicle side (seen in direction of travel) for draining soiled water. If soiled water indication flashes,
empty soiled water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
Opening (both sides) for cleaning
soiled water tank (Fig. 5/20)
The lid provided on both sides of the
soiled water tank allows easy cleaning.
Clean soiled water tank, see chapter
Maintenance.
Technical Data
4
Technical Data
Dimensions
Length
mm
2700
Width
mm
1600
Height
mm
mm
1500
1348
kg
kg
1940
2500
kg
kg
N/cm²
560 / 530
1400
71
km/h
km/h
km/h
%
12
Turning circle
Weights
Empty weight (acc. to equipment)
Maximum weight
Axle loads (with a weight of 2450 kg)
Front axle load left / right
Rear axle load
Specific wheel load (rear)
Riding velocities
Transport ride
Work ride
Reverse ride
Gradability at work ride
Gradability at transport ride
%
10
10
12
16
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Technical Data
4
Technical Data
Dimensions
Length
mm
2700
Width
mm
1600
Height
mm
mm
1500
1348
kg
kg
1940
2500
kg
kg
N/cm²
560 / 530
1400
71
km/h
km/h
km/h
%
12
Turning circle
Weights
Empty weight (acc. to equipment)
Maximum weight
Axle loads (with a weight of 2450 kg)
Front axle load left / right
Rear axle load
Specific wheel load (rear)
Riding velocities
Transport ride
Work ride
Reverse ride
Gradability at work ride
Gradability at transport ride
%
10
10
12
16
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Technical Data
Engine
Type
fuel type
Oil capacity with oil filter
Oil type
Coolant system: Shell DEXCOOL orTotal COOLELF AUTO SUPRA or Total
GLACELF AUTO SUPRA
Manufacturer
Maximum power LPG/gasoline
Cubic capacity
Qty. of cylinders
Work speed: turtle/rabbit
Litres
Litres
Petrol engine
LPG/gasoline
3,5
SAE 15W40
9,5
cm3
General Motors
45/52
1600
1/min
4 Zylinder Reihe
2150/2400
mm
410
Litres
53
SAE 15W40
Litres
380
Litres
400
PS
Running gear
Wheel diameter
Hydraulic system
Oil capacity
Oil type
Clean water tank
Capacity gross
Soiled water tank
Capacity gross
30
Technical Data
Engine
Type
fuel type
Oil capacity with oil filter
Oil type
Coolant system: Shell DEXCOOL orTotal COOLELF AUTO SUPRA or Total
GLACELF AUTO SUPRA
Manufacturer
Maximum power LPG/gasoline
Cubic capacity
Qty. of cylinders
Work speed: turtle/rabbit
Litres
Litres
Petrol engine
LPG/gasoline
3,5
SAE 15W40
9,5
cm3
General Motors
45/52
1600
1/min
4 Zylinder Reihe
2150/2400
mm
410
Litres
53
SAE 15W40
Litres
380
Litres
400
PS
Running gear
Wheel diameter
Hydraulic system
Oil capacity
Oil type
Clean water tank
Capacity gross
Soiled water tank
Capacity gross
30
Technical Data
Cylindrical broom
Length
Diameter
Speed
Sweeping track
Cylindrical Broom (spare) 1x steel-perlon or polyamide or natural fibre
mm
mm
1/min
mm
Order-no.
1050
355
440
55
7326/7327/7329
mm
Litres
1550
240
mm
1/min
Order-no.
660
95
7335
Order-no.
01280210
Dirt hopper
Lift-up height
Capacity gross
Side brushes
Diameter
Speed
Side brushes (spare) 2x polyamide
Filter system
Dust filter (spare)
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Technical Data
Cylindrical broom
Length
Diameter
Speed
Sweeping track
Cylindrical Broom (spare) 1x steel-perlon or polyamide or natural fibre
mm
mm
1/min
mm
Order-no.
1050
355
440
55
7326/7327/7329
mm
Litres
1550
240
mm
1/min
Order-no.
660
95
7335
Order-no.
01280210
Dirt hopper
Lift-up height
Capacity gross
Side brushes
Diameter
Speed
Side brushes (spare) 2x polyamide
Filter system
Dust filter (spare)
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Technical Data
Scrubbing unit
Qty. of brushes
Brush diameter
Brush speed
Brush ground press., stage 1/2/3/4
Brush (spare) 3x polyamide or K 180 or SIC PA grain 120
Brush (spare) 3x SIC PA grain 80 or SIC PA grain 46 or wire
Sealing (spare) 2x rear/front
Pcs.
mm
1/min
kg
Order-no.
Order-no.
Order-no.
3
410
200
Off/easy/middle/strong
7337/7339/7340
7341/7343/7346
01285130/01285140
mm
Order-no.
1350
01285130/01285140
mbar
1/min
80
9300
mbar
1/min
13
3900
Pcs.
mm
1/min
kg
Order-no.
Order-no.
Order-no.
3
410
200
Off/easy/middle/strong
7337/7339/7340
7341/7343/7346
01285130/01285140
mm
Order-no.
1350
01285130/01285140
mbar
1/min
80
9300
mbar
1/min
13
3900
Squeegee
Working width
Sealing (spare) 1x outside/inside
Suction fan scrubbing unit
Max. low pressure
Speed
Suction fan sweeping unit
Max. low pressure
Speed
32
Technical Data
Scrubbing unit
Qty. of brushes
Brush diameter
Brush speed
Brush ground press., stage 1/2/3/4
Brush (spare) 3x polyamide or K 180 or SIC PA grain 120
Brush (spare) 3x SIC PA grain 80 or SIC PA grain 46 or wire
Sealing (spare) 2x rear/front
Squeegee
Working width
Sealing (spare) 1x outside/inside
Suction fan scrubbing unit
Max. low pressure
Speed
Suction fan sweeping unit
Max. low pressure
Speed
32
Technical Data
Electric system
Starter battery
V
12
dB (A)
99
dB (A)
84
m/s²
<2,5
m/s²
<0,5
Noise emission
The sound pressure level measured under maximum conditions of use (LwA)
according to DIN EN ISO 3744 amounts to:
The sound pressure level measured (at the ear of the driver) under normal
conditions of use (LpA) according to DIN EN ISO 11201 amounts to:
Vibration
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according to EN 1033 which
have an effect upon the upper limbs (hand-arm-system) amounts under normal working conditions:
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according to EN 1032 which
have an effect upon the lower limbs (feet and seat) amounts under normal
working conditions:
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Technical Data
Electric system
Starter battery
V
12
dB (A)
99
dB (A)
84
m/s²
<2,5
m/s²
<0,5
Noise emission
The sound pressure level measured under maximum conditions of use (LwA)
according to DIN EN ISO 3744 amounts to:
The sound pressure level measured (at the ear of the driver) under normal
conditions of use (LpA) according to DIN EN ISO 11201 amounts to:
Vibration
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according to EN 1033 which
have an effect upon the upper limbs (hand-arm-system) amounts under normal working conditions:
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according to EN 1032 which
have an effect upon the lower limbs (feet and seat) amounts under normal
working conditions:
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Maintenance and Care
5
Maintenance and Care
5.1
General
Before proceeding to maintenance and care work you are
advised to read and comply
with the Safety Information
chapter!
Compliance with the recommended
maintenance works will give you the
certitude of always having a reliable
machine at disposition.
Daily or weekly maintenance and repair
works may be executed by the driver/
operator having been trained accordingly. Further Hako system maintenance
works have to be executed by qualified
personnel only. Please contact your local Hako Service Centre or Hako contract dealer. We cannot be held liable
for damages resulting from non-compliance with these instructions.
Please indicate the machine's serial
number with any enquiry or spare part
order, see paragraph 1.7 - Nameplate.
5.2
Hako System Maintenance
The Hako System Maintenance:
• guarantees reliable operability of the
Hako machines (preventive maintenance)
• minimizes operating costs, repair
costs and maintenance costs
• ensures long service life and operability of the machine
The Hako System Maintenance is
structured in separate modules and determines specific technical works to be
executed as well as the intervals for
such maintenance works. For any specific maintenance type, the replacement
parts are determined and listed in spare
part kits.
Hako System Maintenance K:
To be performed by the customer in accordance to the maintenance and care
instructions contained in the operating
instructions (daily or weekly). The
driver/operator will be instructed upon
delivery of the machine.
Hako-System Maintenance I :
(uniquely after 50 hours of operation)
Applies for machines which are operated by internal combustion engines, first
oil change, filter etc.
To be performed by qualified personnel
of authorised Hako Service Centre.
Hako-System Maintenance II:
(250 hours of operation)
To be performed by qualified personnel
of authorised Hako Service Centre in
accordance with the machine-specific
system maintenance including spare
part kit.
Hako-System Maintenance III:
(500 hours of operation)
To be performed by qualified personnel
of authorised Hako Service Centre in
accordance with the machine-specific
system maintenance including spare
part kit.
Hako-System Maintenance S:
(1000 hours of operation safety check)
To be performed by qualified personnel
of authorised Hako Service Centre in
accordance with the machine-specific
system maintenance including spare
part kit. Execution of all safety-relevant
inspections according to UVV-BGVTÜV-VDE as prescribed by law.
5.2
Hako System Maintenance
The Hako System Maintenance:
• guarantees reliable operability of the
Hako machines (preventive maintenance)
• minimizes operating costs, repair
costs and maintenance costs
• ensures long service life and operability of the machine
The Hako System Maintenance is
structured in separate modules and determines specific technical works to be
executed as well as the intervals for
such maintenance works. For any specific maintenance type, the replacement
parts are determined and listed in spare
part kits.
Hako System Maintenance K:
To be performed by the customer in accordance to the maintenance and care
instructions contained in the operating
instructions (daily or weekly). The
driver/operator will be instructed upon
delivery of the machine.
Hako-System Maintenance I :
(uniquely after 50 hours of operation)
Applies for machines which are operated by internal combustion engines, first
oil change, filter etc.
To be performed by qualified personnel
of authorised Hako Service Centre.
Hako-System Maintenance II:
(250 hours of operation)
To be performed by qualified personnel
of authorised Hako Service Centre in
accordance with the machine-specific
system maintenance including spare
part kit.
Hako-System Maintenance III:
(500 hours of operation)
To be performed by qualified personnel
of authorised Hako Service Centre in
accordance with the machine-specific
system maintenance including spare
part kit.
Hako-System Maintenance S:
(1000 hours of operation safety check)
To be performed by qualified personnel
of authorised Hako Service Centre in
accordance with the machine-specific
system maintenance including spare
part kit. Execution of all safety-relevant
inspections according to UVV-BGVTÜV-VDE as prescribed by law.
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Maintenance and Care
5
Maintenance and Care
5.1
General
Before proceeding to maintenance and care work you are
advised to read and comply
with the Safety Information
chapter!
Compliance with the recommended
maintenance works will give you the
certitude of always having a reliable
machine at disposition.
Daily or weekly maintenance and repair
works may be executed by the driver/
operator having been trained accordingly. Further Hako system maintenance
works have to be executed by qualified
personnel only. Please contact your local Hako Service Centre or Hako contract dealer. We cannot be held liable
for damages resulting from non-compliance with these instructions.
Please indicate the machine's serial
number with any enquiry or spare part
order, see paragraph 1.7 - Nameplate.
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Maintenance and Care
5.3
Maintenance document
Hako-System-Maintenance I
50 operating hours
Übergabe
Aufrüstung
Workshop stamp
Probefahrt
Übergabe an Kunden
Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance III
250 operating hours
500 operating hours
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Einweisung
Fahrschulung
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance S Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance III
750 operating hours
1000 operating hours
1250 operating hours
1500 operating hours
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance S Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance III
1750 operating hours
2000 operating hours
2250 operating hours
2500 operating hours
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
be executed by customer/operator in
the following intervals.
5.4
Maintenance Schedule
Hako System Maintenance K
The following maintenance works are to
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Maintenance and Care
5.3
Maintenance document
Übergabe
Aufrüstung
Hako-System-Maintenance I
50 operating hours
Workshop stamp
Probefahrt
Übergabe an Kunden
Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance III
250 operating hours
500 operating hours
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Einweisung
Fahrschulung
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance S Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance III
750 operating hours
1000 operating hours
1250 operating hours
1500 operating hours
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance S Hako-System-Maintenance II Hako-System-Maintenance III
1750 operating hours
2000 operating hours
2250 operating hours
2500 operating hours
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
carried out on:
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
at _________________ operatin hours
5.4
Maintenance Schedule
Hako System Maintenance K
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by customer/operator in
the following intervals.
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Maintenance and Care
Intervals
To be performed
daily
Check engine oil level and refill if required
o
Check hydraulic fluid level and refill if required
o
Check engine coolant level and refill if required
o
Engine suction filter: check degree of soiling on maintenance indicator and clean
filter element and dust discharge valve if required
o
LPG system: change liquid propellant gas tank if required
o
Engine and hydraulic system: visual check for leakage
o
Check accelerator pedal function
o
Squeegee: check function, adjust ground pressure and contact if required
o
Suction hose: check function and remove jamming if required
o
Empty and clean soiled water tank
o
Clean soiled water drain hose
o
Remove foreign particles from cylindrical broom and duct
o
Clean clear water filter
o
weekly
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Maintenance and Care
Intervals
To be performed
daily
36
Check engine oil level and refill if required
o
Check hydraulic fluid level and refill if required
o
Check engine coolant level and refill if required
o
Engine suction filter: check degree of soiling on maintenance indicator and clean
filter element and dust discharge valve if required
o
LPG system: change liquid propellant gas tank if required
o
Engine and hydraulic system: visual check for leakage
o
Check accelerator pedal function
o
Squeegee: check function, adjust ground pressure and contact if required
o
Suction hose: check function and remove jamming if required
o
Empty and clean soiled water tank
o
Clean soiled water drain hose
o
Remove foreign particles from cylindrical broom and duct
o
Clean clear water filter
o
weekly
Maintenance and Care
Hako-Systemwartung K
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by customer/operator in
the following intervals.
Intervals
To be performed
daily
weekly
Check radiator fins and engine cooling and clean if required
o
Check hydraulic fluid radiator fins and clean if required
o
Steering: check functio
o
Check dust filter of sweeping unit and clean or replace if required
o
Jolter motor: check function
o
Dirt hopper: check seals and re-adjust or change if required
o
Dirt hopper flap: check function and clean or change if required
o
Check side brushes for wearing and re-adjust or change if required
o
Check sealing strips of cylindrical broom and re-adjust or change if required
o
Check cylindrical broom/cylindrical broom apron for wearing and re-adjust or
change if required
o
Scrubbing unit: check seals/brushes and turn or change if required
o
Squeegee: check seals and turn or change if required
o
Tank lid: check seals and change if required
o
Check optical condition of machine
o
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Maintenance and Care
Hako-Systemwartung K
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by customer/operator in
the following intervals.
Intervals
To be performed
daily
weekly
Check radiator fins and engine cooling and clean if required
o
Check hydraulic fluid radiator fins and clean if required
o
Steering: check functio
o
Check dust filter of sweeping unit and clean or replace if required
o
Jolter motor: check function
o
Dirt hopper: check seals and re-adjust or change if required
o
Dirt hopper flap: check function and clean or change if required
o
Check side brushes for wearing and re-adjust or change if required
o
Check sealing strips of cylindrical broom and re-adjust or change if required
o
Check cylindrical broom/cylindrical broom apron for wearing and re-adjust or
change if required
o
Scrubbing unit: check seals/brushes and turn or change if required
o
Squeegee: check seals and turn or change if required
o
Tank lid: check seals and change if required
o
Check optical condition of machine
o
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Maintenance and Care
Hako System Maintenance I
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by an authorised Hako
Service workshop.
Intervals
To be performed
50 hours of operation (uniquely)
Change engine oil and engine oil filter
o
Change fuel filter (of fuel variant)
o
Change hydraulic fluid filter
o
Hydraulic system: check function
o
Engine and hydraulic system: visual check for leakage
o
Check engine idling and service speeds
o
Electrical system: check starter battery, lighting and pilot lamps
o
Check liquid propellant gas system
o
Service and parking brake: check function
o
Steering: check function
o
Check operating mode: accelerator pedal, forward and reverse ride and neutral position
o
Check optical condition of machine
o
Trial ride
o
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Maintenance and Care
Hako System Maintenance I
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by an authorised Hako
Service workshop.
Intervals
To be performed
50 hours of operation (uniquely)
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Change engine oil and engine oil filter
o
Change fuel filter (of fuel variant)
o
Change hydraulic fluid filter
o
Hydraulic system: check function
o
Engine and hydraulic system: visual check for leakage
o
Check engine idling and service speeds
o
Electrical system: check starter battery, lighting and pilot lamps
o
Check liquid propellant gas system
o
Service and parking brake: check function
o
Steering: check function
o
Check operating mode: accelerator pedal, forward and reverse ride and neutral position
o
Check optical condition of machine
o
Trial ride
o
Maintenance and Care
Hako System Maintenanc II
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by an authorised Hako
Service workshop at least once yearly.
Intervals
To be performed
every 250 hours of operation
Change engine oil and engine oil filter
o
Engine suction filter: check degree of soiling according to maintenance indicator,
clean filter element and dust discharge valve if required
o
Engine and hydraulic system: visual check for leakage
o
Check engine idling and service speeds
o
Check and clean service brake
o
Check and clean parking brake
o
Check liquid propellant gas system (check CO-value every six months at least)
o
Wheels: check torque
o
Hydraulic system: check function of motors, valves and pumps
o
Electrical system: check starter battery, lighting and pilot lamps
o
Check optical condition of machine
o
Trial ride
o
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Maintenance and Care
Hako System Maintenanc II
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by an authorised Hako
Service workshop at least once yearly.
Intervals
To be performed
every 250 hours of operation
Change engine oil and engine oil filter
o
Engine suction filter: check degree of soiling according to maintenance indicator,
clean filter element and dust discharge valve if required
o
Engine and hydraulic system: visual check for leakage
o
Check engine idling and service speeds
o
Check and clean service brake
o
Check and clean parking brake
o
Check liquid propellant gas system (check CO-value every six months at least)
o
Wheels: check torque
o
Hydraulic system: check function of motors, valves and pumps
o
Electrical system: check starter battery, lighting and pilot lamps
o
Check optical condition of machine
o
Trial ride
o
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Maintenance and Care
Hako System Maintenance III
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by an authorised Hako
Service workshop at least once yearly.
Intervals
To be performed
every 500 hours of operation
Perform maintenance works according to Hako System Maintenance II
o
Engine suction filter: change filter element
o
Change fuel filter (of fuel variant)
o
Check antistatic chain and replace if required
o
Change hydraulic fluid filter
o
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Maintenance
Care
Maintenance
andand
Care
System
Maintenance
HakoHako
System
Maintenance
III S (Safety
check)
The following maintenance works are to
The following
works are to
be executed
by anmaintenance
authorised Hako
be executed
authorised
Hako
Service
workshop by
at an
least
once yearly.
Service workshop at least once yearly.
To be performed
To be performed
Perform maintenance works according to Hako System Maintenance II
Perform maintenance works according to Hako System Maintenance III
Engine suction filter: change filter element
Engine suction filter: change filter and safety element
Change fuel filter (of fuel variant)
Change engine coolant
Check antistatic chain and replace if required
Change hydraulic fluid
Change hydraulic fluid filter
Brake system: change brake shoes
Change side brush hoist rope and brake cable
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Intervals
Intervals
every 500 hours of operation
every 1000 hours of operation
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
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Maintenance and Care
Hako System Maintenance S (Safety
check)
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by an authorised Hako
Service workshop at least once yearly.
Intervals
To be performed
every 1000 hours of operation
Perform maintenance works according to Hako System Maintenance III
o
Engine suction filter: change filter and safety element
o
Change engine coolant
o
Change hydraulic fluid
o
Brake system: change brake shoes
o
Change side brush hoist rope and brake cable
o
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Maintenance and Care
Hako System Maintenance S (Safety
check)
The following maintenance works are to
be executed by an authorised Hako
Service workshop at least once yearly.
Intervals
To be performed
every 1000 hours of operation
Perform maintenance works according to Hako System Maintenance III
o
Engine suction filter: change filter and safety element
o
Change engine coolant
o
Change hydraulic fluid
o
Brake system: change brake shoes
o
Change side brush hoist rope and brake cable
o
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Maintenance and Care
5.5
Engine
The engine is located in the rear of the
vehicle and is easily accessible for
maintenance and care due to a swing
frame.
1
2
1 Lid
2 Dipstick
3 Oil filter
4 Oil sump
5 Engine frame
6 Lock
7 Left and right access doors
8 Cooling system
9 Air filter
10 Safety pin
3
5
4
7
8
6
9
7
10
Fig.9
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Maintenance and Care
5.5
Engine
The engine is located in the rear of the
vehicle and is easily accessible for
maintenance and care due to a swing
frame.
1
2
1 Lid
2 Dipstick
3 Oil filter
4 Oil sump
5 Engine frame
6 Lock
7 Left and right access doors
8 Cooling system
9 Air filter
10 Safety pin
3
5
4
7
Fig.9
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10
8
9
6
7
Maintenance and Care
5.5.1 Open Engine Frame
Do not open engine frame before engine has cooled down.
Risk of injury!
1. Park vehicle with warmed engine on
level ground. Turn engine off and let
it cool down. Engage parking brake.
2. Unlock and swing up engine cover
hood.
3. Swing open left and right engine access doors (Fig. 9/7).
4. Open lock (Fig. 9/6) and swing aside
engine frame (Fig. 9/5).
5. Secure engine frame with safety pin
(Fig. 9/10).
5.5.2 Refill Engine Oil
Check engine oil level at daily intervals
by means of dipstick (Fig. 9/2).
Refill oil if required or when engine oil
pilot lamp lights.
Use prescribed engine oil type,
see Technical Data.
1. Park vehicle on level ground and
open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1
2. Pull dipstick and wipe with clean
cloth.
3. Check oil level on the markings at
the lower end of the dipstick.
4. Do not fill oil all at once. Wait some
minutes until oil has flown into the oil
sump before checking filling level
again.
5. Re-install lid and dipstick.
6. Lock engine frame. Close access
doors and cover hood.
7. Engine pilot lamp has to extinguish
some seconds after engine has
cranked.
5.5.3 Change Engine Oil and Oil Filter
Change engine oil after first 50 hours of
operation and after every 250 hours of
operation but in yearly intervals at the
latest.
2. Place appropriate receptacle under
drain plug of the oil sump.
Oil filling with oil filter: 3.5 litres
Oil filling without oil filter: 3.2 litres
3. Remove drain plug from oil sump
(Fig. 9/4) and collect engine oil in receptacle.
4. Remove oil filter (Fig. 9/3) and insert
new oil filter with new sealing ring
(Fasten oil filter hand-tight).
Provide for eco-friendly disposal of used oil and used oil filters!
5. Insert drain plug with new sealing
ring.
6. Re-fill engine oil, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.2.
Utmost care is recommended
at hot engine parts and boiling
engine oil! Risk of burning!
1. Stop vehicle on level ground and
open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
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Maintenance and Care
5.5.1 Open Engine Frame
Do not open engine frame before engine has cooled down.
Risk of injury!
1. Park vehicle with warmed engine on
level ground. Turn engine off and let
it cool down. Engage parking brake.
2. Unlock and swing up engine cover
hood.
3. Swing open left and right engine access doors (Fig. 9/7).
4. Open lock (Fig. 9/6) and swing aside
engine frame (Fig. 9/5).
5. Secure engine frame with safety pin
(Fig. 9/10).
5.5.2 Refill Engine Oil
Check engine oil level at daily intervals
by means of dipstick (Fig. 9/2).
Refill oil if required or when engine oil
pilot lamp lights.
Use prescribed engine oil type,
see Technical Data.
1. Park vehicle on level ground and
open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1
2. Pull dipstick and wipe with clean
cloth.
3. Check oil level on the markings at
the lower end of the dipstick.
4. Do not fill oil all at once. Wait some
minutes until oil has flown into the oil
sump before checking filling level
again.
5. Re-install lid and dipstick.
6. Lock engine frame. Close access
doors and cover hood.
7. Engine pilot lamp has to extinguish
some seconds after engine has
cranked.
5.5.3 Change Engine Oil and Oil Filter
Change engine oil after first 50 hours of
operation and after every 250 hours of
operation but in yearly intervals at the
latest.
2. Place appropriate receptacle under
drain plug of the oil sump.
Oil filling with oil filter: 3.5 litres
Oil filling without oil filter: 3.2 litres
3. Remove drain plug from oil sump
(Fig. 9/4) and collect engine oil in receptacle.
4. Remove oil filter (Fig. 9/3) and insert
new oil filter with new sealing ring
(Fasten oil filter hand-tight).
Provide for eco-friendly disposal of used oil and used oil filters!
5. Insert drain plug with new sealing
ring.
6. Re-fill engine oil, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.2.
Utmost care is recommended
at hot engine parts and boiling
engine oil! Risk of burning!
1. Stop vehicle on level ground and
open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
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5.5.4 Change fuel filter
The fuel filter is located at the left engine frame side. Change filter after first
50 hours of operation, then after every
500 hours of operation.
1. Open engine side flap.
2. Loosen fixing screws (Fig. 9/4).
3. Pull out filter holder (Fig. 9/3).
4. Loosen by pulling the quick release
(Fig. 9/1) the fuel filter (Fig. 9/2) and
change.
1
2
3
4
Fig.9
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5.5.4 Change fuel filter
The fuel filter is located at the left engine frame side. Change filter after first
50 hours of operation, then after every
500 hours of operation.
1. Open engine side flap.
2. Loosen fixing screws (Fig. 9/4).
3. Pull out filter holder (Fig. 9/3).
4. Loosen by pulling the quick release
(Fig. 9/1) the fuel filter (Fig. 9/2) and
change.
1
2
3
4
Fig.9
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Maintenance and Care
5.6
Air Filter
The air filter (Fig. 10/1) is located at the
right of the engine. Air filter soiling is
shown on maintenance indicator (Fig.
10/2). Check maintenance indicator at
daily intervals.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Air filter
Maintenance indicator
Brackets
Main filter
Safety cartridge
Dust discharge valve
2
1
3
4
5
6
Fig.10
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Maintenance and Care
5.6
Air Filter
The air filter (Fig. 10/1) is located at the
right of the engine. Air filter soiling is
shown on maintenance indicator (Fig.
10/2). Check maintenance indicator at
daily intervals.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Air filter
Maintenance indicator
Brackets
Main filter
Safety cartridge
Dust discharge valve
2
1
3
4
5
6
Fig.10
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Maintenance and Care
5.6.1 Remove Main Filter
1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. Loosen brackets (Fig. 10/1) located
at the air filter (Fig. 10/3) and remove
bottom housing part.
3. Remove main filter (Fig. 10/4) from
housing.
5.6.2 Clean Main Filter
1. Use damp cloth to clean bottom housing part inside.
2. Blow out the main filter with compressed air of a maximum pressure
of 3bar from inside to outside.
3. Use lamp to check main filter for perforation.
4. Check main filter sealing for damages.
5.6.3 Install Main Filter
1. Carefully insert the main filter by the
open side into the top housing part.
2. Re-install bottom housing part while
having in mind the correct seating of
the dust discharge valve (Fig. 10/6)
achten.
3. Re-tighten brackets.
5.6.4 Change Main Filter
Change main filter (Fig. 10/4) if damaged or, at the latest, after every 500
hours of operation.
1. Remove main filter, siehe Abschnitt
5.6.1.
2. Insert new main filter.
3. Install main filter, siehe Abschnitt
5.6.3
5.6.5 Change Safety Cartridge
The safety cartridge (Fig. 10/5)
must not be cleaned nor reused after removal!
Change safety cartridge after every
1000 hours of operation at the latest.
1. Remove main filter, siehe Abschnitt
5.6.1.
2. Insert new safety cartridge.
3. Install main filter, siehe Abschnitt
5.6.3
5.6.6 Clean Dust Discharge Valve
Press together dust discharge valve
(Fig. 10/6) to remove dust deposits.
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Maintenance and Care
5.6.1 Remove Main Filter
1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. Loosen brackets (Fig. 10/1) located
at the air filter (Fig. 10/3) and remove
bottom housing part.
3. Remove main filter (Fig. 10/4) from
housing.
5.6.2 Clean Main Filter
1. Use damp cloth to clean bottom housing part inside.
2. Blow out the main filter with compressed air of a maximum pressure
of 3bar from inside to outside.
3. Use lamp to check main filter for perforation.
4. Check main filter sealing for damages.
5.6.3 Install Main Filter
1. Carefully insert the main filter by the
open side into the top housing part.
2. Re-install bottom housing part while
having in mind the correct seating of
the dust discharge valve (Fig. 10/6)
achten.
3. Re-tighten brackets.
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5.6.4 Change Main Filter
Change main filter (Fig. 10/4) if damaged or, at the latest, after every 500
hours of operation.
1. Remove main filter, siehe Abschnitt
5.6.1.
2. Insert new main filter.
3. Install main filter, siehe Abschnitt
5.6.3
5.6.5 Change Safety Cartridge
The safety cartridge (Fig. 10/5)
must not be cleaned nor reused after removal!
Change safety cartridge after every
1000 hours of operation at the latest.
1. Remove main filter, siehe Abschnitt
5.6.1.
2. Insert new safety cartridge.
3. Install main filter, siehe Abschnitt
5.6.3
5.6.6 Clean Dust Discharge Valve
Press together dust discharge valve
(Fig. 10/6) to remove dust deposits.
Maintenance and Care
5.7
Cooling System
The coolant temperature is reduced in
the radiator (Fig. 11/3) by a fan (Fig. 11/
2) . Exceeding coolant temperature will
be shown on main control panel.
1
Rotating parts in the near of
the fan. Risk of injury!
2
1
2
3
4
Lid
Fan
Radiator
Drain plug
3
4
Fig.11
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Maintenance and Care
5.7
Cooling System
The coolant temperature is reduced in
the radiator (Fig. 11/3) by a fan (Fig. 11/
2) . Exceeding coolant temperature will
be shown on main control panel.
1
Rotating parts in the near of
the fan. Risk of injury!
2
1
2
3
4
Lid
Fan
Radiator
Drain plug
3
4
Fig.11
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Maintenance and Care
5.7.1 Clean Radiator
Check radiator (Fig. 11/3) at daily intervals and clean if required. Dirt deposits
on the fins reduce cooling performance.
The radiator fins are very thin
and may be easily damaged!
1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. Carefully blow out the radiator fins
with compressed air from the engine
side to the outside.
5.7.2 Re-fill Coolant
Do not open radiator before
engine has cooled down since
cooling system is under high
pressure. Risk of injury! Wear
protective gloves!
Insufficient coolant amount reduces
cooling performance. Check coolant level at weekly intervals and re-fill if required.
Use prescribed coolant types
only, see Technical Data! Do
not mix different coolant types!
1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. Carefully open lid (Fig. 11/1) after
engine has cooled down.
3. Check coolant level. Coolant level
should range between 20 and 30mm
below the contact surface of the lid.
Re-fill if required.
4. Re-install lid.
5. Let engine run for some minutes.
6. Turn engine off and let it cool down.
7. Check coolant level again and re-fill
if required.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Fill new coolant, see Technical Data
Close lid.
Let engine run for some minutes.
Turn engine off and let it cool down.
Check coolant level again and re-fill
if required.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Fill new coolant, see Technical Data
Close lid.
Let engine run for some minutes.
Turn engine off and let it cool down.
Check coolant level again and re-fill
if required.
5.7.3 Change Coolant
Change coolant after every 1000 hours
of operation at the latest.
1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. Place appropriate receptacle under
radiator drain plug (Fig. 11/4).
3. Open drain plug and completely
drain coolant. Coolant = 9.5 litres
Collect used coolant and provide for eco-friendly disposal!
4. Re-plug drain plug.
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Maintenance and Care
5.7.1 Clean Radiator
Check radiator (Fig. 11/3) at daily intervals and clean if required. Dirt deposits
on the fins reduce cooling performance.
The radiator fins are very thin
and may be easily damaged!
1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. Carefully blow out the radiator fins
with compressed air from the engine
side to the outside.
5.7.2 Re-fill Coolant
Do not open radiator before
engine has cooled down since
cooling system is under high
pressure. Risk of injury! Wear
protective gloves!
Insufficient coolant amount reduces
cooling performance. Check coolant level at weekly intervals and re-fill if required.
Use prescribed coolant types
only, see Technical Data! Do
not mix different coolant types!
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1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. Carefully open lid (Fig. 11/1) after
engine has cooled down.
3. Check coolant level. Coolant level
should range between 20 and 30mm
below the contact surface of the lid.
Re-fill if required.
4. Re-install lid.
5. Let engine run for some minutes.
6. Turn engine off and let it cool down.
7. Check coolant level again and re-fill
if required.
5.7.3 Change Coolant
Change coolant after every 1000 hours
of operation at the latest.
1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
2. Place appropriate receptacle under
radiator drain plug (Fig. 11/4).
3. Open drain plug and completely
drain coolant. Coolant = 9.5 litres
Collect used coolant and provide for eco-friendly disposal!
4. Re-plug drain plug.
Maintenance and Care
5.8
Liquid Propellant Gas System
Qualified persons only are authorised to work at the liquid
propellant gas system! Only
use parts as released by the
manufacturer for installation or
replacement of parts of the liquid propellant gas system!
Smoking and handling open
flames is prohibited in the near
of liquid propellant gas systems! Work in sufficiently ventilated rooms only!
Standard
1 Standard liquid propellant gas tank
2 Quick release
3 Stop valve
4 Lock
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Fig.12
Second liquid propellant gas tank
option
5 Stop valve
6 Quick release
7 Second liquid propellant gas tank
8 Fixing
9 Change cock
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Maintenance and Care
5.8
Liquid Propellant Gas System
Qualified persons only are authorised to work at the liquid
propellant gas system! Only
use parts as released by the
manufacturer for installation or
replacement of parts of the liquid propellant gas system!
Smoking and handling open
flames is prohibited in the near
of liquid propellant gas systems! Work in sufficiently ventilated rooms only!
Standard
1 Standard liquid propellant gas tank
2 Quick release
3 Stop valve
4 Lock
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Fig.12
Second liquid propellant gas tank
option
5 Stop valve
6 Quick release
7 Second liquid propellant gas tank
8 Fixing
9 Change cock
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Maintenance and Care
5.8.1 Change Liquid Propellant Gas
Tank
Changing gas cylinders in garages and below soil level is
prohibited! Provide for safe
parking of vehicles equipped
with liquid propellant gas systems (mind sufficient ventilation)! When parked above soil
level, provide for sufficient distance to basement floor openings, pits, light-wells or others
and close outlet valve! Wear
protective gloves for separating ports!
1. Safely park vehicle on level ground,
turn off engine and engage parking
brake.
2. Close stop valve (Fig. 12/3) and
open quick release (Fig. 12/2).
3. Open lock (Fig. 12/4) and remove
the empty liquid propellant gas tank
(Fig. 12/1).
4. Insert new liquid propellant gas tank
into the tank compartment under
driver seat with bottom first. Collar
opening has to point downwards (liquid phase removal)
5. Connect quick release to liquid propellant gas tank and fix.
6. Fold up lock.
5.8.2 Change liquid propellant gas
tank (option)
1. Safely park vehicle on level ground,
turn off engine and engage parking
brake.
2. Set change cock (Fig. 12/9) to standard liquid propellant gas tank (Fig.
13/A).
3. Close stop valve (Fig. 12/5) and
open quick release (Fig. 12/6).
4. Remove fixing (Fig. 12/8) and remove empty liquid propellant gas tank
(Fig. 12/7).
5. Insert new liquid propellant gas tank.
Collar opening has to point downwards (liquid phase removal).
6. Connect quick release to liquid propellant gas tank.
7. Clamp liquid propellant gas tank by
means of fixing.
A
B
C
A) Standard liquid propellant gas tank
B) Second liquid propellant gas tank
(option)
C) No liquid propellant gas tank selected
Fig.13
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Maintenance and Care
5.8.1 Change Liquid Propellant Gas
Tank
Changing gas cylinders in garages and below soil level is
prohibited! Provide for safe
parking of vehicles equipped
with liquid propellant gas systems (mind sufficient ventilation)! When parked above soil
level, provide for sufficient distance to basement floor openings, pits, light-wells or others
and close outlet valve! Wear
protective gloves for separating ports!
1. Safely park vehicle on level ground,
turn off engine and engage parking
brake.
2. Close stop valve (Fig. 12/3) and
open quick release (Fig. 12/2).
3. Open lock (Fig. 12/4) and remove
the empty liquid propellant gas tank
(Fig. 12/1).
4. Insert new liquid propellant gas tank
into the tank compartment under
driver seat with bottom first. Collar
opening has to point downwards (liquid phase removal)
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5. Connect quick release to liquid propellant gas tank and fix.
6. Fold up lock.
5.8.2 Change liquid propellant gas
tank (option)
1. Safely park vehicle on level ground,
turn off engine and engage parking
brake.
2. Set change cock (Fig. 12/9) to standard liquid propellant gas tank (Fig.
13/A).
3. Close stop valve (Fig. 12/5) and
open quick release (Fig. 12/6).
4. Remove fixing (Fig. 12/8) and remove empty liquid propellant gas tank
(Fig. 12/7).
5. Insert new liquid propellant gas tank.
Collar opening has to point downwards (liquid phase removal).
6. Connect quick release to liquid propellant gas tank.
7. Clamp liquid propellant gas tank by
means of fixing.
A
B
C
A) Standard liquid propellant gas tank
B) Second liquid propellant gas tank
(option)
C) No liquid propellant gas tank selected
Fig.13
Maintenance and Care
5.9
Hydraulic System
1
Qualified persons only are authorised to work at the hydraulic system! Hydraulic fluid escaping under high pressure
may cause serious injuries!
De-pressurise all hydraulic lines! Turbid hydraulic fluid is an
indicator for water or air penetrating the hydraulic system!
Insufficient or wrong hydraulic
fluid causes damages at the
hydraulic system!
1
2
3
4
5
2
4
5
Lid with ventilation filter and dipstick
Hydraulic fluid tank
Drain plug
Sicherheitsstütze
Hydraulikölfilter
3
Fig.14
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Maintenance and Care
5.9
Hydraulic System
1
Qualified persons only are authorised to work at the hydraulic system! Hydraulic fluid escaping under high pressure
may cause serious injuries!
De-pressurise all hydraulic lines! Turbid hydraulic fluid is an
indicator for water or air penetrating the hydraulic system!
Insufficient or wrong hydraulic
fluid causes damages at the
hydraulic system!
1
2
3
4
5
2
4
5
Lid with ventilation filter and dipstick
Hydraulic fluid tank
Drain plug
Sicherheitsstütze
Hydraulikölfilter
3
Fig.14
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Maintenance and Care
5.9.1 Re-fill Hydraulic Fluid
Use prescribed hydraulic fluid
type, see Technical Data!
1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1
2. Remove lid (Fig. 14/1) and wipe
dipstick with clean cloth.
3. Check fluid level by the marking at
the bottom dipstick end.
4. Do not fill excessive amounts of fluid.
Wait some minutes till the fluid has
flown into the hydraulic fluid tank before proceeding to second fluid level
measurement.
5. Re-install lid.
6. Lock engine frame. Close access
doors and cover hood.
5.9.2 Change hydraulic fluid
Change hydraulic fluid after every 1000
hours of operation.
Caution when draining hot hydraulic fluid. Risk of injury!
1. Park vehicle on level ground and lo-
wer dirt hopper. Turn engine off and
engage parking brake.
2. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
3. Place appropriate receptacle under
drain plug (Fig. 14/3) of hydraulic
fluid tank.
Amount of fluid: 53 litres
4. Remove drain plug and collect hydraulic fluid.
Provide for eco-friendly disposal of used hydraulic fluid!
5. Insert drain plug with new sealing
ring and refill hydraulic fluid, siehe
Abschnitt 5.9.1.
6. Start engine and, at low speed,
check all hydraulically function. Raise and empty the dirt hopper several
times. Then turn off engine again.
7. If required, re-fill hydraulic fluid
again. Check hydraulic system for
leakage.
5.9.3 Change hydraulic fluid filter
Change hydraulic fluid filter after first 50
hours of operation and then after every
1000 hours of operation.
Caution when draining hot hydraulic fluid. Risk of injury!
1. Park vehicle on level ground and lift
dirt hopper. Turn engine off and engage parking brake.
Mount safety stand (Fig. 7/4)
before working under the dirt
hopper. Pinching hazard!
2. Unscrew hydraulic fluid filter (Fig. 7/
5)
Provide for eco-friendly disposal of used hydraulic fluid filter!
3. Insert a new hydraulic fluid filter with
new sealing ring. Lightly grease
sealing ring (Fasten oil filter handtight).
4. Start and stop engine. Check hydraulic system for leakage.
5. Remove safety stand, start vehicle
and lower dirt hopper.
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Maintenance and Care
5.9.1 Re-fill Hydraulic Fluid
Use prescribed hydraulic fluid
type, see Technical Data!
1. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1
2. Remove lid (Fig. 14/1) and wipe
dipstick with clean cloth.
3. Check fluid level by the marking at
the bottom dipstick end.
4. Do not fill excessive amounts of fluid.
Wait some minutes till the fluid has
flown into the hydraulic fluid tank before proceeding to second fluid level
measurement.
5. Re-install lid.
6. Lock engine frame. Close access
doors and cover hood.
5.9.2 Change hydraulic fluid
Change hydraulic fluid after every 1000
hours of operation.
Caution when draining hot hydraulic fluid. Risk of injury!
1. Park vehicle on level ground and lo-
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wer dirt hopper. Turn engine off and
engage parking brake.
2. Open engine frame, siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
3. Place appropriate receptacle under
drain plug (Fig. 14/3) of hydraulic
fluid tank.
Amount of fluid: 53 litres
4. Remove drain plug and collect hydraulic fluid.
Provide for eco-friendly disposal of used hydraulic fluid!
5. Insert drain plug with new sealing
ring and refill hydraulic fluid, siehe
Abschnitt 5.9.1.
6. Start engine and, at low speed,
check all hydraulically function. Raise and empty the dirt hopper several
times. Then turn off engine again.
7. If required, re-fill hydraulic fluid
again. Check hydraulic system for
leakage.
5.9.3 Change hydraulic fluid filter
Change hydraulic fluid filter after first 50
hours of operation and then after every
1000 hours of operation.
Caution when draining hot hydraulic fluid. Risk of injury!
1. Park vehicle on level ground and lift
dirt hopper. Turn engine off and engage parking brake.
Mount safety stand (Fig. 7/4)
before working under the dirt
hopper. Pinching hazard!
2. Unscrew hydraulic fluid filter (Fig. 7/
5)
Provide for eco-friendly disposal of used hydraulic fluid filter!
3. Insert a new hydraulic fluid filter with
new sealing ring. Lightly grease
sealing ring (Fasten oil filter handtight).
4. Start and stop engine. Check hydraulic system for leakage.
5. Remove safety stand, start vehicle
and lower dirt hopper.
Maintenance and Care
5.10
1
2
3
4
5
6
Dirt Hopper
Safety stand
Dirt hopper
Holding bar
Dust filter
Lock
Front hood
3
1
4
5
6
3
2
Fig.15
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Maintenance and Care
5.10
1
2
3
4
5
6
Dirt Hopper
Safety stand
Dirt hopper
Holding bar
Dust filter
Lock
Front hood
3
1
4
5
6
3
2
Fig.15
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Maintenance and Care
5.10.1 Clean Dust Filter
The dust filter is located under the front
hood. The fine dust raised by the cylindrical broom is taken to the filter element
by suction blower. Check dust filter (Fig.
15/4) for soiling in weekly intervals. Clean dust filter if required.
Clean the dust filter outdoor
and wear dust protection! Provide for eco-friendly disposal of
dust!
1. Safely park vehicle on level ground.
Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
2. Open lock (Fig. 15/5) of the front
hood (Fig. 15/6).
3. Swing out both holding bars (Fig. 15/
3) and remove dust filter.
4. Hold the dust filter in vertical position
and let it fall down from a height of 1
m to the even floor. The dirt side of
the filter must point to the floor.
5. Re-install dust filter in inverse order
of removal procedure.
dust filter if required.
2. Safely park vehicle. Turn engine off
and engage parking brake.
3. Open lock (Fig. 15/5) of front hood
(Fig. 15/6).
4. Swing open both holding bars (Fig.
15/3) and remove dust filter.
5. Install new dust filter in inverse order
of removal procedure.
5.10.3 Empty dirt hopper
1. Take vehicle to discharge point.
2. Use jolter tipswitch (Fig. 7/16) to jolt
the dust filter for about 20 to 30 seconds.
3. Use accelerator pedal to position vehicle such that the distance between
vehicle and container or waste collection truck is sufficient for lifting out
of the dirt hopper.
4. Use lever (Fig. 7/18) to lift up dirt
hopper over the container.
5. Use accelerator pedal to slowly and
carefully forward the vehicle until dirt
hopper is adequately positioned for
discharge into container.
Longer riding with lifted dirt
hopper is dangerous. With the
dirt hopper being lifted up it is
admitted only to ride a short distance for correct positioning
above the container.
6. Press switch (Fig. 7/17) to open the
dirt hopper flap.
7. After emptying, ride a short distance
away from the container.
8. Use lever (Fig. 7/18) to lower dirt
hopper again (flap closes automatically upon lowering of the hopper).
Stay clear from the lifting arms
during discharge procedure.
5.10.2 Change Dust Filter
1. Check dust filter (Fig. 15/4) for damages in weekly intervals. Replace
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Maintenance and Care
5.10.1 Clean Dust Filter
The dust filter is located under the front
hood. The fine dust raised by the cylindrical broom is taken to the filter element
by suction blower. Check dust filter (Fig.
15/4) for soiling in weekly intervals. Clean dust filter if required.
Clean the dust filter outdoor
and wear dust protection! Provide for eco-friendly disposal of
dust!
1. Safely park vehicle on level ground.
Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
2. Open lock (Fig. 15/5) of the front
hood (Fig. 15/6).
3. Swing out both holding bars (Fig. 15/
3) and remove dust filter.
4. Hold the dust filter in vertical position
and let it fall down from a height of 1
m to the even floor. The dirt side of
the filter must point to the floor.
5. Re-install dust filter in inverse order
of removal procedure.
5.10.2 Change Dust Filter
1. Check dust filter (Fig. 15/4) for damages in weekly intervals. Replace
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dust filter if required.
2. Safely park vehicle. Turn engine off
and engage parking brake.
3. Open lock (Fig. 15/5) of front hood
(Fig. 15/6).
4. Swing open both holding bars (Fig.
15/3) and remove dust filter.
5. Install new dust filter in inverse order
of removal procedure.
5.10.3 Empty dirt hopper
1. Take vehicle to discharge point.
2. Use jolter tipswitch (Fig. 7/16) to jolt
the dust filter for about 20 to 30 seconds.
3. Use accelerator pedal to position vehicle such that the distance between
vehicle and container or waste collection truck is sufficient for lifting out
of the dirt hopper.
4. Use lever (Fig. 7/18) to lift up dirt
hopper over the container.
Stay clear from the lifting arms
during discharge procedure.
5. Use accelerator pedal to slowly and
carefully forward the vehicle until dirt
hopper is adequately positioned for
discharge into container.
Longer riding with lifted dirt
hopper is dangerous. With the
dirt hopper being lifted up it is
admitted only to ride a short distance for correct positioning
above the container.
6. Press switch (Fig. 7/17) to open the
dirt hopper flap.
7. After emptying, ride a short distance
away from the container.
8. Use lever (Fig. 7/18) to lower dirt
hopper again (flap closes automatically upon lowering of the hopper).
Maintenance and Care
5.11
Side Brush
2
3
1
4
5
6
7
8
Fig.16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Side brush
Nuts
Adjustment plate
Locking plate
Safety stand
Pins
Cord
Adjustment block
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Maintenance and Care
5.11
Side Brush
2
3
1
4
5
6
7
8
Fig.16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Side brush
Nuts
Adjustment plate
Locking plate
Safety stand
Pins
Cord
Adjustment block
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5.11.1 Adjust Inclination Side Brushes
1. Park vehicle on level ground. Turn
engine off and engage parking brake.
2. Loosen nuts (Fig. 16/2) of the adjustment plate (Fig. 16/3).
3. Adjust side brush (Fig. 16/1) inclination to approx. 3° - 5° and re-tighten
both nuts.
5.11.2 Wearing Compensation of
Side Brushes
Check side brushes (Fig. 16/1) for wearing at weekly intervals. In case of wearing or after replacement adjust the side
brushes as follows:
1. Park vehicle on level ground and lift
dirt hopper. Turn engine off and engage parking brake.
2. Position safety stand (Fig. 16/5).
3. Pull upper pin (Fig. 16/6) out of the
adjustment block (Fig. 16/8) and insert it under the second pin. Make
sure that the pin is plugged through
the cable loop (Fig. 16/7).
4. Remove safety stand. Start vehicle
and lower dirt hopper.
5.11.3 Change Side Brushes
Replace side brushes if bristles are
worn to a length of 8cm or less. A quick
release allows easy side brush removal.
1. Park vehicle on level ground and lift
dirt hopper. Turn engine off and engage parking brake.
Fit safety stand (Fig. 16/5) before working under the dirt hopper. Pinching hazard!
2. Rotate side brushes (Fig. 16/1) until
locking plate (Fig. 16/4) is visible.
3. Lift up locking plate, twist side brush
towards the right side and remove.
4. Insert new side brush and secure by
locking plate.
5. Adjust side brush, siehe Abschnitt
5.11.2
6. Remove safety stand, start vehicle
and lower dirt hopper.
Re-insert pins into the upper
two boreholes after side brush
replacement.
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5.11.1 Adjust Inclination Side Brushes
1. Park vehicle on level ground. Turn
engine off and engage parking brake.
2. Loosen nuts (Fig. 16/2) of the adjustment plate (Fig. 16/3).
3. Adjust side brush (Fig. 16/1) inclination to approx. 3° - 5° and re-tighten
both nuts.
5.11.2 Wearing Compensation of
Side Brushes
Check side brushes (Fig. 16/1) for wearing at weekly intervals. In case of wearing or after replacement adjust the side
brushes as follows:
1. Park vehicle on level ground and lift
dirt hopper. Turn engine off and engage parking brake.
2. Position safety stand (Fig. 16/5).
3. Pull upper pin (Fig. 16/6) out of the
adjustment block (Fig. 16/8) and insert it under the second pin. Make
sure that the pin is plugged through
the cable loop (Fig. 16/7).
Re-insert pins into the upper
two boreholes after side brush
replacement.
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4. Remove safety stand. Start vehicle
and lower dirt hopper.
5.11.3 Change Side Brushes
Replace side brushes if bristles are
worn to a length of 8cm or less. A quick
release allows easy side brush removal.
1. Park vehicle on level ground and lift
dirt hopper. Turn engine off and engage parking brake.
Fit safety stand (Fig. 16/5) before working under the dirt hopper. Pinching hazard!
2. Rotate side brushes (Fig. 16/1) until
locking plate (Fig. 16/4) is visible.
3. Lift up locking plate, twist side brush
towards the right side and remove.
4. Insert new side brush and secure by
locking plate.
5. Adjust side brush, siehe Abschnitt
5.11.2
6. Remove safety stand, start vehicle
and lower dirt hopper.
Maintenance and Care
Cylindrical Broom
50 + 5 mm
5.12
1 2
4
3
5
6
7
8
4
7
1g
.F
i
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Adjustment screw
Wing nut
Cover plate
Left side door
Cylindrical broom
Cylindrical broom seating
Driver
Star-shape knob
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Maintenance and Care
Cylindrical Broom
50 + 5 mm
5.12
1 2
4
3
5
6
7
8
4
7
1g
.F
i
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Adjustment screw
Wing nut
Cover plate
Left side door
Cylindrical broom
Cylindrical broom seating
Driver
Star-shape knob
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Maintenance and Care
5.12.1 Adjust Wearing Compensation of Cylindrical Broom
Check cylindrical broom (Fig. 17/5)for
wearing at weekly intervals. In case of
wearing or after replacement adjust the
cylindrical broom as follows:
1. Lower cylindrical broom on smooth
ground and let it run for a short time.
2. Lift cylindrical broom and advance
vehicle a short distance.
3. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
4. Check wearing. If correctly adjusted,
the bristling of the cylindrical broom
leaves a parallel pattern of 50 mm
width on the floor, see sketch.
5. Remove cover plate (Fig. 17/3) and
loosen wing nut (Fig. 17/2). Use adjustment screw (Fig. 17/1) to correct
sweeping pattern width.
- Turn adjustment screw to the right:
widening sweeping pattern
- Turn adjustment screw to the left:
narrowing sweeping pattern
6. Counter-lock adjustment screw by
wing nut.
5.12.2 Adjust Parallelism of Cylindrical Broom
Parallelism of the cylindrical broom has
been set in the factory. If sweeping pattern is out of parallel, re-adjust by screw
(Fig. 18/1). Adjustment screw is located
underneath the fan drive in the scrubbing unit area.
1
Fig.18
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Maintenance and Care
5.12.1 Adjust Wearing Compensation of Cylindrical Broom
Check cylindrical broom (Fig. 17/5)for
wearing at weekly intervals. In case of
wearing or after replacement adjust the
cylindrical broom as follows:
1. Lower cylindrical broom on smooth
ground and let it run for a short time.
2. Lift cylindrical broom and advance
vehicle a short distance.
3. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
4. Check wearing. If correctly adjusted,
the bristling of the cylindrical broom
leaves a parallel pattern of 50 mm
width on the floor, see sketch.
5. Remove cover plate (Fig. 17/3) and
loosen wing nut (Fig. 17/2). Use adjustment screw (Fig. 17/1) to correct
sweeping pattern width.
- Turn adjustment screw to the right:
widening sweeping pattern
- Turn adjustment screw to the left:
narrowing sweeping pattern
6. Counter-lock adjustment screw by
wing nut.
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5.12.2 Adjust Parallelism of Cylindrical Broom
Parallelism of the cylindrical broom has
been set in the factory. If sweeping pattern is out of parallel, re-adjust by screw
(Fig. 18/1). Adjustment screw is located
underneath the fan drive in the scrubbing unit area.
1
Fig.18
Maintenance and Care
5.12.3 Change Cylindrical Broom
In case of wearing to a bristle length of
minimal 35 mm, change cylindrical
broom. Cylindrical broom is accessible
from the left side (direction of travel)
and can be removed as follows:
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Lower cylindrical broom and set
broom ground pressure lever (Fig. 5/
8) to lower position.
3. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
4. Open left side door (Fig. 17/4).
5. Remove star-shaped knob (Fig. 17/
8) and pull out cylindrical broom seating (Fig. 17/6)
6. Pull out cylindrical broom (Fig. 17/5)
7. Insert new cylindrical broom in inverse order.
5.12.4 Change Cylindrical Broom
Apron
Check the cylindrical broom apron (Fig.
17/4) at the side doors at weekly intervals for wearing. Immediately replace
worn aprons.
1. Park vehicle on level ground. Turn
engine off and engage parking brake.
2. Loosen plates, nuts and hexagonal
screws and remove aprons.
3. Proceed to mounting of new cylindrical broom apron in inverse order.
4. Adjust ground clearance to approx.
3mm after fitting of the aprons.
Driver (Fig. 17/7) of the cylindrical broom (inside) has to
catch in drive. When fitting the
cylindrical broom seating, both
guide pins have to catch into
the grooves of the broom as
well.
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Maintenance and Care
5.12.3 Change Cylindrical Broom
In case of wearing to a bristle length of
minimal 35 mm, change cylindrical
broom. Cylindrical broom is accessible
from the left side (direction of travel)
and can be removed as follows:
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Lower cylindrical broom and set
broom ground pressure lever (Fig. 5/
8) to lower position.
3. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
4. Open left side door (Fig. 17/4).
5. Remove star-shaped knob (Fig. 17/
8) and pull out cylindrical broom seating (Fig. 17/6)
6. Pull out cylindrical broom (Fig. 17/5)
7. Insert new cylindrical broom in inverse order.
5.12.4 Change Cylindrical Broom
Apron
Check the cylindrical broom apron (Fig.
17/4) at the side doors at weekly intervals for wearing. Immediately replace
worn aprons.
1. Park vehicle on level ground. Turn
engine off and engage parking brake.
2. Loosen plates, nuts and hexagonal
screws and remove aprons.
3. Proceed to mounting of new cylindrical broom apron in inverse order.
4. Adjust ground clearance to approx.
3mm after fitting of the aprons.
Driver (Fig. 17/7) of the cylindrical broom (inside) has to
catch in drive. When fitting the
cylindrical broom seating, both
guide pins have to catch into
the grooves of the broom as
well.
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Maintenance and Care
5.13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Scrubbing Unit
8
Wiper
Quick release
Scrubbing brush
Star-shaped knobs for clamping
strips
Sealing
Adjusting srew for inclination
Star-shaped knobs for wiper
Spring clamping bolt for ground
pressure
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5
6
7
Fig.19
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Maintenance and Care
5.13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Scrubbing Unit
8
Wiper
Quick release
Scrubbing brush
Star-shaped knobs for clamping
strips
Sealing
Adjusting srew for inclination
Star-shaped knobs for wiper
Spring clamping bolt for ground
pressure
1
Fig.19
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2
3
4
Maintenance and Care
5.13.1 Change Scrubbing Brushes
Check the scrubbing brushes (Fig. 19/
3) for damages at weekly intervals. Replace scrubbing brushes in case of
wearing to a bristle length of minimal 15
mm. A quick release makes brush removal easy.
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Switch off scrubbing unit.
3. Open engine frame,siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
4. Push the quick release(Fig. 19/2)
from the scrubbing brush. Remove
old scrubbing brush.
5. Install new scrubbing brush in inverse order.
5.13.2 Change Seals
Check seals (Fig. 19/5) for wearing at
weekly intervals. 2-fold use of the
sealing strips is possible by turning
strips round.
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Switch off scrubbing unit
3. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
4. Loosen star-shaped knobs for wiper
(Fig. 19/6) and remove together with
wiper.
5. Loosen star-shaped knobs for clam-
ping strips (Fig. 19/4) Remove clamping strips and sealing.
6. Turn sealing round or change if required (If turning of sealing strip is
not possible due to its asymmetrical
shape use sealing strip on the other
side of machine).
7. Install wipers in inverse order.
5.13.3 Adjust wiper
Parallel to the floor:
Use adjustment screws (Fig. 19/6) to
adjust the wiper in parallel to the floor.
Turn adjustment screw clockwise to lift
up wiper and counter-clockwise to lower the wiper.
Ground pressure:
By increasing the spring tension via
spring clamping bolt (Fig. 19/8), the
pressure acting on the sealing strip and
thus on the floor will raised. This higher
force is used for all cases of rough or
uneven floors and surfaces. Softer surfaces require less strong ground pressure
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Maintenance and Care
5.13.1 Change Scrubbing Brushes
Check the scrubbing brushes (Fig. 19/
3) for damages at weekly intervals. Replace scrubbing brushes in case of
wearing to a bristle length of minimal 15
mm. A quick release makes brush removal easy.
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Switch off scrubbing unit.
3. Open engine frame,siehe Abschnitt
5.5.1.
4. Push the quick release(Fig. 19/2)
from the scrubbing brush. Remove
old scrubbing brush.
5. Install new scrubbing brush in inverse order.
5.13.2 Change Seals
Check seals (Fig. 19/5) for wearing at
weekly intervals. 2-fold use of the
sealing strips is possible by turning
strips round.
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Switch off scrubbing unit
3. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
4. Loosen star-shaped knobs for wiper
(Fig. 19/6) and remove together with
wiper.
5. Loosen star-shaped knobs for clam-
ping strips (Fig. 19/4) Remove clamping strips and sealing.
6. Turn sealing round or change if required (If turning of sealing strip is
not possible due to its asymmetrical
shape use sealing strip on the other
side of machine).
7. Install wipers in inverse order.
5.13.3 Adjust wiper
Parallel to the floor:
Use adjustment screws (Fig. 19/6) to
adjust the wiper in parallel to the floor.
Turn adjustment screw clockwise to lift
up wiper and counter-clockwise to lower the wiper.
Ground pressure:
By increasing the spring tension via
spring clamping bolt (Fig. 19/8), the
pressure acting on the sealing strip and
thus on the floor will raised. This higher
force is used for all cases of rough or
uneven floors and surfaces. Softer surfaces require less strong ground pressure
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Maintenance and Care
5.14
Squeegee
1 Squeegee
2 Squeegee lift-out
3 Sealing
4 Star-shaped knobs for squeegee
5 Clamp
6 Star-shaped knobs for seal
7 Support rollers
8 Star-shaped knobs for support roller
9 Wing screws
10 Inclination adjustment screws
10
8
7
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
5
6
Fig.20
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Maintenance and Care
5.14
Squeegee
1 Squeegee
2 Squeegee lift-out
3 Sealing
4 Star-shaped knobs for squeegee
5 Clamp
6 Star-shaped knobs for seal
7 Support rollers
8 Star-shaped knobs for support roller
9 Wing screws
10 Inclination adjustment screws
10
8
7
9
Fig.20
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1
2
3
4
Maintenance and Care
5.14.1 Remove Squeegee
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
3. Loosen star-shaped knobs for
squeegee (Fig. 20/4) and pull squeegee (Fig. 20/1) to the rear for removal.
4. Proceed to fitting in inverse order.
5.14.2 Change Seals
Check seals (Fig. 20/3) for wearing at
weekly intervals. 2-fold use of the
sealing strips is possible by turning inner strips round. By turning the outer
strips round even 4-fold use is possible.
Remove seals without tools as follows:
1. Open clamps (Fig. 20/5) and remove
star-shaped knobs (Fig. 20/6) and
wing screws (Fig. 20/9). Remove
seals (Fig. 20/3).
2. Turn seals round or change as required.
3. Proceed to fitting in inverse order.
4. Adjust sealing strips straight and in
parallel to squeegee body.
5.14.3 Adjust Squeegee
Parallel adjustment
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
3. Check sealing strips for straight fixing in parallel to the squeegee body. Re-align sealing strips to parallel
if required.
4. Before parallel adjustment of the
squeegee, loosen the adjustment
screws before and behind the plate
on the threaded rod (Fig. 20/10) and
unscrew them each 10mm away
from the plate.
5. Start engine and lower squeegee.
The squeegee aligns in parallel to
the floor upon lowering. The sealing
strips then should stand vertically
and must not bend.
6. Fix this position with adjustment
screws (Fig. 20/10) by screwing closer to the plate and tightening of the
nuts.
7. Check parallelism by riding forward
with lowered squeegee. The sealing
strips at the centre and at the border
of the squeegee should evenly and
lightly bend to the rear.
Adjust height
1. Park vehicle on level ground and engage parking brake.
2. Start engine and lower squeegee.
Make sure that the sealing strips
stand vertically and do not bend.
3. Loosen both support rollers (Fig. 20/
7) of squeegee lift-out by means of
star-shaped knobs (Fig. 20/8).
4. Use washers to adjust support rollers until clearance between rollers
and floor amounts to 5 to 7mm.
5. Tighten both knobs again.
6. Check correct height by riding in
working mode with use of water.
If the rear squeegee will be partly
torn to the front by low pressure, correct adjustment by lowering squeegee.
If heavy noise is occurring, correct
adjustment by lifting squeegee.
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Maintenance and Care
5.14.1 Remove Squeegee
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
3. Loosen star-shaped knobs for
squeegee (Fig. 20/4) and pull squeegee (Fig. 20/1) to the rear for removal.
4. Proceed to fitting in inverse order.
5.14.2 Change Seals
Check seals (Fig. 20/3) for wearing at
weekly intervals. 2-fold use of the
sealing strips is possible by turning inner strips round. By turning the outer
strips round even 4-fold use is possible.
Remove seals without tools as follows:
1. Open clamps (Fig. 20/5) and remove
star-shaped knobs (Fig. 20/6) and
wing screws (Fig. 20/9). Remove
seals (Fig. 20/3).
2. Turn seals round or change as required.
3. Proceed to fitting in inverse order.
4. Adjust sealing strips straight and in
parallel to squeegee body.
5.14.3 Adjust Squeegee
Parallel adjustment
1. Park vehicle on level ground.
2. Turn engine off and engage parking
brake.
3. Check sealing strips for straight fixing in parallel to the squeegee body. Re-align sealing strips to parallel
if required.
4. Before parallel adjustment of the
squeegee, loosen the adjustment
screws before and behind the plate
on the threaded rod (Fig. 20/10) and
unscrew them each 10mm away
from the plate.
5. Start engine and lower squeegee.
The squeegee aligns in parallel to
the floor upon lowering. The sealing
strips then should stand vertically
and must not bend.
6. Fix this position with adjustment
screws (Fig. 20/10) by screwing closer to the plate and tightening of the
nuts.
7. Check parallelism by riding forward
with lowered squeegee. The sealing
strips at the centre and at the border
of the squeegee should evenly and
lightly bend to the rear.
Adjust height
1. Park vehicle on level ground and engage parking brake.
2. Start engine and lower squeegee.
Make sure that the sealing strips
stand vertically and do not bend.
3. Loosen both support rollers (Fig. 20/
7) of squeegee lift-out by means of
star-shaped knobs (Fig. 20/8).
4. Use washers to adjust support rollers until clearance between rollers
and floor amounts to 5 to 7mm.
5. Tighten both knobs again.
6. Check correct height by riding in
working mode with use of water.
If the rear squeegee will be partly
torn to the front by low pressure, correct adjustment by lowering squeegee.
If heavy noise is occurring, correct
adjustment by lifting squeegee.
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Maintenance and Care
5.15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Water Supply
Soiled water tank
Marking
Clear water tank
Drain hose
Plug
Drain valve
Stop valve
Clear water filter
Flap
9
5
4
7
1
2
3
6
8
Fig.21
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Maintenance and Care
5.15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Water Supply
Soiled water tank
Marking
Clear water tank
Drain hose
Plug
Drain valve
Stop valve
Clear water filter
Flap
9
5
4
7
1
Fig.21
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2
3
6
8
Maintenance and Care
5.15.1 Fill Clear Water Tank
Fill the clear water tank (Fig. 21/1) as
required or upon lighting of the pilot
lamp at the latest. Park vehicle on level
ground and engage parking brake.
Open flap (Fig. 21/9) and fill clear water
tank up to maximum marking (Fig. 21/
2).
5.15.2 Drain Clear Water
Park vehicle such that the drain valve
(Fig. 21/6) is located above discharge
point. Turn drain valve by 90° to open.
5.15.3 Clean Clear water filter
Clean clear water filter (Fig. 21/8) at
daily intervals and check for damages.
Change clear water filter if required.
Cleaning and changing the clear water
filter is possible even with filled clear
water tank.
1. Turn stop valve (Fig. 21/7) by 90° to
close.
2. Unscrew filter housing.
3. Take filter element from housing and
clean. If required change filter element.
4. Re-install filter element and housing.
5. Re-open stop valve.
5.15.4 Empty Soiled Water Tank
Empty the soiled water tank (Fig. 21/1)
as required or upon lighting of the pilot
lamp at the latest. Park vehicle on level
ground and engage parking brake.
1. Ride to appropriate cleaning site and
park vehicle such that the drain hose
reaches to the discharge point.
Provide for eco-friendly disposal of soiled water!
2. Turn machine off and engage parking brake.
3. Take drain hose (Fig. 21/4) from holder and kink flexible hose end to
block water flow. Then remove drain
plug (Fig. 21/5). The flexible hose
end allows dosage of drain flow.
4. Completely drain soiled water tank.
5.15.5 Clean Soiled Water Tank
Clean soiled water tank (Fig. 21/1) at
daily intervals.
1. Empty soiled water tank, siehe Abschnitt 5.15.4
2. Remove both large caps (Fig. 6/20)
of the soiled water tank.
3. Take drain hose (Fig. 21/4) from holder and place on appropriate point
on the floor for draining.
4. Then remove drain plug (Fig. 21/5).
5. Use clear water to clean the soiled
water tank and rinse dirt through all
opening.
6. Screw cap again.
7. Rinse drain hose as well.
8. Hinge drain hose again.
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Maintenance and Care
5.15.1 Fill Clear Water Tank
Fill the clear water tank (Fig. 21/1) as
required or upon lighting of the pilot
lamp at the latest. Park vehicle on level
ground and engage parking brake.
Open flap (Fig. 21/9) and fill clear water
tank up to maximum marking (Fig. 21/
2).
5.15.2 Drain Clear Water
Park vehicle such that the drain valve
(Fig. 21/6) is located above discharge
point. Turn drain valve by 90° to open.
5.15.3 Clean Clear water filter
Clean clear water filter (Fig. 21/8) at
daily intervals and check for damages.
Change clear water filter if required.
Cleaning and changing the clear water
filter is possible even with filled clear
water tank.
1. Turn stop valve (Fig. 21/7) by 90° to
close.
2. Unscrew filter housing.
3. Take filter element from housing and
clean. If required change filter element.
4. Re-install filter element and housing.
5. Re-open stop valve.
5.15.4 Empty Soiled Water Tank
Empty the soiled water tank (Fig. 21/1)
as required or upon lighting of the pilot
lamp at the latest. Park vehicle on level
ground and engage parking brake.
1. Ride to appropriate cleaning site and
park vehicle such that the drain hose
reaches to the discharge point.
Provide for eco-friendly disposal of soiled water!
2. Turn machine off and engage parking brake.
3. Take drain hose (Fig. 21/4) from holder and kink flexible hose end to
block water flow. Then remove drain
plug (Fig. 21/5). The flexible hose
end allows dosage of drain flow.
4. Completely drain soiled water tank.
5.15.5 Clean Soiled Water Tank
Clean soiled water tank (Fig. 21/1) at
daily intervals.
1. Empty soiled water tank, siehe Abschnitt 5.15.4
2. Remove both large caps (Fig. 6/20)
of the soiled water tank.
3. Take drain hose (Fig. 21/4) from holder and place on appropriate point
on the floor for draining.
4. Then remove drain plug (Fig. 21/5).
5. Use clear water to clean the soiled
water tank and rinse dirt through all
opening.
6. Screw cap again.
7. Rinse drain hose as well.
8. Hinge drain hose again.
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Maintenance and Care
5.16
Tyres
5.16.2 Remove Tyres
Qualified persons only are authorised to work at tyres!
1
2
Fig.22
The following description exclusively refers to solid rubber tyres.
1. Park vehicle on level ground and secure it against rolling off.
2. Turn engine off and pull ignition key.
3. Position car jack at chassis (Fig. 22/
1).
4. Before removing the tyres from the
vehicle, lightly loosen the five inner
hexagon flanged nuts (Fig. 22/2).
5. Lift up vehicle by means of car jack.
6. Remove hexagon flanged nuts.
7. Remove tyre together with rim.
5.16.3 Install Tyres
1. Remove old tyres from rim and
mount new ones.
2. Lower vehicle with car jack.
3. Tighten hexagon flanged nuts with a
torque of 135 Nm.
4. Check torque after approx. 5 hours
of operation.
5.17
Brakes
Qualified persons only are authorised to work at the brake
system!
Check function of service and parking
brake after first 50 hours of operation
and after every 250 hours of operation.
Replace brake shoes after every 1000
hours of operation.
5.16.1 Check Tyre Wearing
Check wearing or tread depth of tyres at
weekly intervals.
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Maintenance and Care
5.16
Tyres
5.16.2 Remove Tyres
Qualified persons only are authorised to work at tyres!
1
2
Fig.22
5.16.1 Check Tyre Wearing
Check wearing or tread depth of tyres at
weekly intervals.
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The following description exclusively refers to solid rubber tyres.
1. Park vehicle on level ground and secure it against rolling off.
2. Turn engine off and pull ignition key.
3. Position car jack at chassis (Fig. 22/
1).
4. Before removing the tyres from the
vehicle, lightly loosen the five inner
hexagon flanged nuts (Fig. 22/2).
5. Lift up vehicle by means of car jack.
6. Remove hexagon flanged nuts.
7. Remove tyre together with rim.
5.16.3 Install Tyres
1. Remove old tyres from rim and
mount new ones.
2. Lower vehicle with car jack.
3. Tighten hexagon flanged nuts with a
torque of 135 Nm.
4. Check torque after approx. 5 hours
of operation.
5.17
Brakes
Qualified persons only are authorised to work at the brake
system!
Check function of service and parking
brake after first 50 hours of operation
and after every 250 hours of operation.
Replace brake shoes after every 1000
hours of operation.
Maintenance and Care
5.18
Electrical System
1
5.18.1 Change Fuse
The fusebox (Fig. 23/1) is located in the
engine compartment under a cover next
to the battery.
Remove wing screw and cover. All current circuits are protected by fuses.
Apart from the normal fuses, the ignition
point and, additionally, the lighting circuit are protected by temperature fuses.
Find further fuses for engine control directly at the engine.
5.18.2 Change Battery
To preclude short-circuiting
and injuries, pull negative lead
of battery (Fig. 23/2) first and
then the positive lead!
1. Park vehicle on level ground. Turn
off engine and engage parking brake.
2. Pull negative lead first and then the
positive lead.
3. Remove battery.
4. Insert new battery
5. Connect positive lead first and then
the negative lead.
2
Fig.23
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Maintenance and Care
5.18
Electrical System
1
5.18.1 Change Fuse
The fusebox (Fig. 23/1) is located in the
engine compartment under a cover next
to the battery.
Remove wing screw and cover. All current circuits are protected by fuses.
Apart from the normal fuses, the ignition
point and, additionally, the lighting circuit are protected by temperature fuses.
Find further fuses for engine control directly at the engine.
5.18.2 Change Battery
To preclude short-circuiting
and injuries, pull negative lead
of battery (Fig. 23/2) first and
then the positive lead!
1. Park vehicle on level ground. Turn
off engine and engage parking brake.
2. Pull negative lead first and then the
positive lead.
3. Remove battery.
4. Insert new battery
5. Connect positive lead first and then
the negative lead.
2
Fig.23
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Hakomatic 1800 V/LPG/D
Changes Due to Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
Preface
Modified text in paragraph Preface:
Before using the equipment for the first
time, read this original manual thoroughly, act according to the information
contained and keep it in a safe place for
future reference or subsequent owners.
Intended use
Modified text in paragraph Intended
Use:
Based on the conception, design and
construction of the model introduced
onto the market by us, the machine
complies with the applicable basic safety and health requirements stipulated in
the EC Directive (refer to Declaration of
Conformity). This declaration is no longer considered valid in the event of modifications to the machine not authorized
by us. The manufacturer is not deemed
liable for any damage resulting from unauthorized modifications to the machine.
General safety information
The machine may be used only for
operation on plane areas with a maximum inclination of up to 13 %.
Disposal
New text in Chapter Introduction:
Render the machine inoperable. It must
not represent a potential source of danger for children.
Dispose of the device according to the
applicable local regulations. For further
information on handling and recycling,
please contact your authorized Hako
dealer where you purchased the device.
Used batteries with the recycling symbol contain reusable commodities. The
heavy metals contained simultaneously
represent a serious risk to health and to
the environment. Never open batteries
or damage them. Never touch, inhale or
swallow any material inside batteries.
Health hazard! Never allow batteries to
pollute the environment. Risk of contaminating the ground and water! In accordance with the symbol with the
crossed out bin, these batteries must
not be disposed of in domestic waste.
The return and recycling of old batteries
must be agreed on with your authorized
Hako dealer in accordance with the Battery Law § 6 and § 8 (BattG)
Clean ahead
Noise emission value
The sound pressure level (LpA) (at the
ear of the operator) measured according to DIN IEC 60335-2-72 under normal working conditions: 83 dB (A)
Measurement inaccuracy (KpA):
2 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to DIN EN 60335-2-72 under
maximum working conditions:
99 dB (A)
Vibration
The weighted effective value of acceleration, measured in accordance with
ISO 5349-1, to which the upper parts of
the body (hand-arm) are exposed under
normal working conditions:
< 2,5 m/s²
The weighted effective value of acceleration, measured in accordance with
ISO 2631-1, to which the upper parts of
the body (feet-seat) are exposed under
normal working conditions:
< 0,5 m/s²
Hakomatic 1800 V/LPG/D
Changes Due to Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
Preface
Modified text in paragraph Preface:
Before using the equipment for the first
time, read this original manual thoroughly, act according to the information
contained and keep it in a safe place for
future reference or subsequent owners.
Intended use
Modified text in paragraph Intended
Use:
Based on the conception, design and
construction of the model introduced
onto the market by us, the machine
complies with the applicable basic safety and health requirements stipulated in
the EC Directive (refer to Declaration of
Conformity). This declaration is no longer considered valid in the event of modifications to the machine not authorized
by us. The manufacturer is not deemed
liable for any damage resulting from unauthorized modifications to the machine.
General safety information
The machine may be used only for
operation on plane areas with a maximum inclination of up to 13 %.
Disposal
New text in Chapter Introduction:
Render the machine inoperable. It must
not represent a potential source of danger for children.
Dispose of the device according to the
applicable local regulations. For further
information on handling and recycling,
please contact your authorized Hako
dealer where you purchased the device.
Used batteries with the recycling symbol contain reusable commodities. The
heavy metals contained simultaneously
represent a serious risk to health and to
the environment. Never open batteries
or damage them. Never touch, inhale or
swallow any material inside batteries.
Health hazard! Never allow batteries to
pollute the environment. Risk of contaminating the ground and water! In accordance with the symbol with the
crossed out bin, these batteries must
not be disposed of in domestic waste.
The return and recycling of old batteries
must be agreed on with your authorized
Hako dealer in accordance with the Battery Law § 6 and § 8 (BattG)
Clean ahead
Noise emission value
The sound pressure level (LpA) (at the
ear of the operator) measured according to DIN IEC 60335-2-72 under normal working conditions: 83 dB (A)
Measurement inaccuracy (KpA):
2 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to DIN EN 60335-2-72 under
maximum working conditions:
99 dB (A)
Vibration
The weighted effective value of acceleration, measured in accordance with
ISO 5349-1, to which the upper parts of
the body (hand-arm) are exposed under
normal working conditions:
< 2,5 m/s²
The weighted effective value of acceleration, measured in accordance with
ISO 2631-1, to which the upper parts of
the body (feet-seat) are exposed under
normal working conditions:
< 0,5 m/s²
EC Declaration of Conformity (corresponds to EC Directive 2006/42/EC)
Hako GmbH
Hamburger Straße 209-239
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
declares that the products
Reference was made to the following
standards and/or norms and/or technical specifications to ensure proper implementation of the safety and health
requirements in the EC Directive:
Hakomatic 1800 V, Typ: 7574.10
Hakomatic 1800 LPG, Typ: 7574.20
Hakomatic 1800 D, Typ: 7574.30
EN 60335-2-72
EN 55012
EN 61000-6-2
to which this declaration relates, conform to the relevant provisions of the
safety and health requirements stipulated in EC Directive 2006/42/EC and is in
accordance with 2004/108/EC.
Bad Oldesloe, 27.10.2010
Name of the authorized person who
compiles technical documents for
Hako:
Ludger Lüttel
Dr. Rainer Bavendiek
Director R&D
EC Declaration of Conformity (corresponds to EC Directive 2006/42/EC)
Hako-Werke GmbH
Hamburger Straße 209-239
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
declares that the products
Reference was made to the following
standards and/or norms and/or technical specifications to ensure proper implementation of the safety and health
requirements in the EC Directive:
Hakomatic 1800 V, Typ: 7574.10
Hakomatic 1800 LPG, Typ: 7574.20
Hakomatic 1800 D, Typ: 7574.30
EN 60335-2-72
EN 55012
EN 61000-6-2
to which this declaration relates, conform to the relevant provisions of the
safety and health requirements stipulated in EC Directive 2006/42/EC and is in
accordance with 2004/108/EC.
Bad Oldesloe, 27.10.2010
Dr. Rainer Bavendiek
Director R&D
Name of the authorized person who
compiles technical documents for
Hako:
Ludger Lüttel
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Hamburger Str. 209-239 · D-23843 Bad Oldesloe ·
88-0-2714/11-2010 • Printed in Germany
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