T8300 Manual
8300
Sweeper Scrubber
English EN
Operator Manual
The Safe Scrubbing AlternativeR
ESR Extended Scrub System
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330639
Rev. 15 (4-2012)
*330639*
This manual is furnished with each new model. It provides necessary operation and maintenance instructions.
Read this manual completely and understand
the machine before operating or servicing it.
This machine will provide excellent service. However, the best results will be obtained at minimum costs if:
The machine is operated with reasonable care.
The machine is maintained regularly - per the machine maintenance instructions provided.
The machine is maintained with manufacturer supplied or equivalent parts.
PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
Please dispose of packaging materials,
old machine components such as
batteries, hazardous fluids such as
antifreeze and oil, in an environmentally
safe way according to local waste
disposal regulations.
Always remember to recycle.
MACHINE DATA
Please fill out at time of installation for future reference.
Model No. −
Serial No. −
Machine Options −
Sales Rep. −
Sales Rep. phone no. −
Customer Number −
Installation Date −
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR MACHINERY
(according to Annex II A of the Machinery Directive)
TENNANT N.V.
Herewith declares, on our own responsibility, that the machinery
Industrielaan 6 5405 AB
P.O. Box 6 5400 AA
Uden − The Netherlands
Uden, 21−05−2010
8300
− is in conformity with the provisions of the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC), as amended and with national
implementing legislation
− is in conformity with the provisions of the Electro Magnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
− is in conformity with the provisions concerning noise emission for outdoor use (Directive 2000/14/CE) and
with national implementing legislation
EN
and that
− the following harmonized standards or parts of these standards have been applied: EN ISO 14121−1, EN
1037, EN 60335−1, EN 60204−1, EN ISO 13849−1, EN ISO 13849−2, EN 60529, EN ISO 4413, EN 349, EN
55012, EN 61000−6−2, EN ISO 11201, EN ISO 4871, EN ISO 3744*, EN ISO 13059*, EN ISO 3450, EN
60335−2−72.
− the following national standards or parts of these standards have been used:
Tennant N.V.
Industrielaan 6 5405 AB
P.O. Box 6 5400 AA Uden−The Netherlands
europe@tennantco.com
www.tennantco.com
Thermo−Sentry, SmartRelease, SuperScrub, and MaxPro are US registered and unregistered trademarks of Tennant Company.
Specifications and parts are subject to change without notice.
Copyright 2000 − 2002, 2004 − 2012 TENNANT Company, Printed in Netherlands.
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITY . . . . . . . . . 6
MACHINE COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
SYMBOL DEFINITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
SYMBOL DEFINITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS . . . . . . 10
OPERATION OF CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . 11
BRAKE PEDAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
PARKING BRAKE PEDAL . . . . . . . . . . . 11
DIRECTIONAL PEDAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
STEERING WHEEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
ON-OFF KEY SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
HORN BUTTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
POWER KILL SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
OPERATING LIGHTS SWITCH . . . . . . 14
POWER WAND SWITCH (OPTION) . . 14
SOLUTION FLOW LEVER . . . . . . . . . . . 15
STEERING COLUMN TILT LEVER . . . 15
FaST SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
ec−H2O SWITCH (OPTION) . . . . . . . . 16
CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
CHANGING DISPLAY LANGUAGE . . 17
BATTERY DISCHARGE INDICATOR
18
HOURMETER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
DISPLAY CLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
SETTING THE DISPLAY CLOCK . . . . 19
SCRUB SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
RECOVERY TANK FULL INDICATOR 21
ES SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
EDGE SCRUB SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
REAR SQUEEGEE SWITCH . . . . . . . 22
SWEEP SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
SIDE BRUSH SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
FILTER SHAKER SWITCH . . . . . . . . . 24
VACUUM FAN SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
HOPPER TEMPERATURE INDICATOR −
THERMO SENTRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
HOPPER RAISE SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . 25
HOPPER LOWER SWITCH . . . . . . . . 25
HOPPER DUMP SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . 26
HOPPER RETRACT SWITCH . . . . . . 26
DETERGENT PUMP
SWITCH (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
MAINTENANCE MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
RESETTING THE MAINTENANCE
TIMERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
DISABLING THE MAINTENANCE
MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
CIRCUIT BREAKERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
FUSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
SOLUTION TANK DRAIN HOSE . . . . 34
RECOVERY TANK DRAIN HOSE . . . 34
POSITIVE SOLUTION CONTROL
DRAIN (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
SIDE BRUSH ADJUSTMENT KNOB . 35
FRONT FLAP LEVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
HOPPER SUPPORT BAR . . . . . . . . . . 35
OPERATOR SEAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
DELUXE SUSPENSION
SEAT (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
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HOW THE MACHINE WORKS . . . . . . . . . 38
FaST SCRUBBING SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . 39
ec−H2O SYSTEM (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . 40
PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST . . . . . . . . 41
INSTALLING FaST PAK AGENT . . . . . . . 42
STARTING THE MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
FILLING THE TANKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
SWEEPING, SCRUBBING AND
BRUSH INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
SWEEPING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
STOP SWEEPING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
EMPTYING THE HOPPER . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
ENGAGING HOPPER SUPPORT BAR . 53
DISENGAGING HOPPER
SUPPORT BAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
SCRUBBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
DOUBLE SCRUBBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
STOP SCRUBBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
DRAINING AND CLEANING THE TANKS 61
STOP THE MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
POST-OPERATION CHECKLIST . . . . . . . 67
OPERATION ON INCLINES . . . . . . . . . . . 68
OPTIONS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
VACUUM WAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
POWER WAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
MACHINE TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . 78
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
MAINTENANCE CHART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
LUBRICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
PROPELLING GEARBOX . . . . . . . . . . 82
FRONT WHEEL SUPPORT BEARING 82
SCRUB HEAD DRAG LINK ARMS
(S/N 0000−1107) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
REAR WHEEL BEARINGS . . . . . . . . . 84
HOPPER LIFT ARMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
STEERING GEAR CHAIN . . . . . . . . . . 85
HOPPER LIFT DRIVE CHAIN . . . . . . . 85
HOPPER TILT DRIVE CHAIN . . . . . . . 85
HYDRAULICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
HYDRAULIC FLUID RESERVOIR . . . 86
HYDRAULIC FLUID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
HYDRAULIC HOSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
BATTERIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
CHARGING THE BATTERIES . . . . . . 89
CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
ELECTRIC MOTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
PROPELLING CIRCUIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
SWEEPING ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
DUST FILTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
REMOVING THE DUST FILTER . . . . . . . 95
THERMO SENTRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
MAIN SWEEPING BRUSH . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
REPLACING THE MAIN
SWEEPING BRUSH . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING THE
MAIN SWEEPING BRUSH
PATTERN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
CYLINDRICAL CONVEYOR . . . . . . . . . . . 102
REPLACING THE CYLINDRICAL
CONVEYOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
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SIDE SWEEPING BRUSH . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
REPLACING AND ADJUSTING THE
SIDE SWEEPING BRUSH(ES) . . . 104
SCRUB HEAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
SCRUB HEAD GAS SPRING . . . . . . . 105
SCRUB HEAD ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . 105
SCRUB BRUSHES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
DISK BRUSHES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
REPLACING THE DISK BRUSHES 106
CYLINDRICAL BRUSHES . . . . . . . . . . 108
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING
CYLINDRICAL BRUSH
PATTERN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
REPLACING THE CYLINDRICAL
BRUSHES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
SOLUTION SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
SOLUTION VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
RECOVERY TANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
SOLUTION TANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
FaST SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
FaST SUPPLY HOSE CONNECTOR 115
FaST SYSTEM FILTER SCREEN . . . 115
FaST SYSTEM AIR PUMP FILTER
(S/N 0000−1121) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
FaST SYSTEM AIR PUMP FILTER
(S/N 1122−
) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
ec−H2O MODULE FLUSH PROCEDURE 117
SQUEEGEES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
REAR SQUEEGEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
LEVELING THE REAR
SQUEEGEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
ADJUSTING REAR SQUEEGEE
BLADE DEFLECTION . . . . . . . . 120
REMOVING THE REAR
SQUEEGEE ASSEMBLY . . . . . 121
SIDE SQUEEGEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
ADJUSTING THE SIDE
SQUEEGEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
SQUEEGEE BLADES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
REAR SQUEEGEE BLADES . . . . . . . . 122
REPLACING OR ROTATING THE
REAR SQUEEGEE BLADES . . 122
SIDE SQUEEGEES BLADES . . . . . . . 124
REPLACING THE SIDE
SQUEEGEE BLADES . . . . . . . . 124
BELTS AND CHAINS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
SCRUB BRUSH DRIVE BELTS . . . . . 125
SWEEPING BRUSH DRIVE BELT . . . 125
MAIN SWEEPING BRUSH BELT . . . . 125
SWEEPING VACUUM FAN BELT . . . . 126
STEERING GEAR CHAIN . . . . . . . . . . 126
STATIC DRAG CHAIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
HOPPER LIFT DRIVE CHAIN . . . . . . . 127
HOPPER TILT DRIVE CHAIN . . . . . . . 127
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SKIRTS AND SEALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
FRONT FLAP SKIRT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
RECIRCULATION SKIRTS . . . . . . . . . 128
SIDE SKIRTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
SCRUB HEAD FLOOR SKIRTS . . . . . 129
TOP COVER SEALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
SIDE COVER SEAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
HOPPER FILTER SEALS . . . . . . . . . . . 130
HOPPER VACUUM FAN SEAL . . . . . . 130
HOPPER SEALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
SOLUTION TANK COVER SEAL . . . . 131
RECOVERY TANK COVER SEAL . . . 131
BRAKES AND TIRES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
BRAKES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
TIRES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
FRONT WHEEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
PUSHING, TOWING, AND
TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE . . . 133
PUSHING OR TOWING
THE MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE . . . 133
MACHINE JACKING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
STORAGE INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
FREEZE PROTECTION (MACHINES
WITHOUT OPTIONAL ec−H2O
SYSTEM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
FREEZE PROTECTING THE ec−H2O
SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
FLUSHING ANTIFREEZE FROM THE
ec−H2O MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
FaST SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
GENERAL MACHINE PERFORMANCE . 141
POWER TYPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
STEERING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
BRAKING SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
TIRES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
ec−H20 SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
MACHINE DIMENSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following symbols are used throughout this
manual as indicated in their description:
− Check brakes and steering for proper
operation.
WARNING: To warn of hazards or unsafe
practices that could result in severe
personal injury or death.
3. When starting machine:
− Keep foot on brake and directional
pedal in neutral.
FOR SAFETY: To identify actions that
must be followed for safe operation of
equipment.
4. When using machine:
− Use brakes to stop machine.
− Go slow on inclines and slippery
surfaces.
− Use care when backing machine.
− Do not carry riders on machine.
− Follow mixing and handling
instructions on chemical containers.
− Always follow safety and traffic rules.
− Report machine damage or faulty
operation immediately.
− Follow safety guidelines concerning
wet floors.
The following information signals potentially
dangerous conditions to the operator or
equipment. Read this manual carefully. Know
when these conditions can exist. Locate all safety
devices on the machine. Then, take necessary
steps to train machine operating personnel.
Report machine damage or faulty operation
immediately. Do not use the machine if it is not in
proper operating condition.
WARNING: Batteries emit hydrogen gas.
Explosion or fire can result. Keep
sparks and open flame away. Keep
covers open when charging.
5. Before leaving or servicing machine:
− Stop on level surface.
− Set parking brake.
− Turn off machine and remove key.
WARNING: Flammable materials can
cause an explosion or fire. Do not use
flammable materials in tank(s).
6. When servicing machine:
− Avoid moving parts. Do not wear loose
jackets, shirts, or sleeves when
working on machine.
− Block machine tires before jacking
machine up.
− Jack machine up at designated
locations only. Block machine up with
jack stands.
− Use hoist or jack that will support the
weight of the machine.
− Wear eye and ear protection when
using pressurized air or water.
− Disconnect battery connections before
working on machine.
− Wear protective gloves and eye
protection when handling vinegar.
− Avoid contact with battery acid.
− Use Tennant supplied or equivalent
replacement parts.
WARNING: Flammable materials or
reactive metals can cause explosion or
fire. Do not pick up.
WARNING: Moving belt and fan. Keep
away.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
WARNING: Raised hopper may fall.
Engage hopper support bar.
FOR SAFETY:
1. Do not operate machine:
− Unless trained and authorized.
− Unless operation manual is read and
understood.
− Unless mentally and physically
capable of following machine
instructions.
− In flammable or explosive areas unless
designed for use in those areas.
− In areas with possible falling objects
unless equipped with overhead guard.
2. Before starting machine:
− Make sure all safety devices are in
place and operate properly.
7. When loading/unloading machine
onto/off truck or trailer:
− Turn off machine.
− Use truck or trailer that will support
the weight of the machine.
− Use winch. Do not drive the machine
onto/off the truck or trailer unless the
load height is 380 mm or less from the
ground.
− Set parking brake after machine is
loaded.
− Block machine tires.
− Tie machine down to truck or trailer.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The safety labels appear on the machine in the
locations indicated. If these or any label becomes
damaged or illegible, install a new label in its
place.
FOR SAFETY LABEL − LOCATED ON THE
INSIDE OF THE OPERATOR COMPARTMENT.
BATTERY CHARGING LABEL − LOCATED ON
THE LINTEL.
ENGINE FAN AND BELT LABEL − LOCATED
ON THE VACUUM FAN SHROUD
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FLAMMABLE SPILLS LABEL − LOCATED
ON THE INSIDE OF THE OPERATOR
COMPARTMENT.
FLAMMABLE MATERIALS LABEL − LOCATED ON
THE INSIDE OF THE SOLUTION TANK COVER.
HOPPER SUPPORT BAR LABEL − LOCATED
ON THE HOPPER SUPPORT BAR AND ON
BOTH HOPPER LIFT ARMS.
HOPPER LIFT ARMS LABEL − LOCATED
ON BOTH HOPPER LIFT ARMS.
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OPERATION
OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITY
The operator’s responsibility is to take care
of the daily maintenance and checkups of
the machine to keep it in good working
condition. The operator must inform the
service mechanic or supervisor when the
maintenance intervals are required as stated
in the MAINTENANCE section of this
manual.
Read this manual carefully before operating
this machine.
FOR SAFETY: Do not operate machine,
unless operation manual is read and
understood.
Check the machine for shipping damage.
Check to make sure the machine is
complete per shipping instructions.
Keep your machine regularly maintained by
following the maintenance information in this
manual. We recommend taking advantage of
a regularly scheduled service contract from
your Tennant representative.
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Order parts and supplies directly from your
authorized Tennant representative. Use the
parts manual provided when ordering parts.
After the first 50 hours of operation, follow
the recommended procedures stated in the
MAINTENANCE CHART.
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MACHINE COMPONENTS
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Steering wheel
Operator seat
Solution tank cover
Battery compartment
Solution tank drain
Rear squeegee
Recovery tank drain
Rear wheel
Recovery tank
Side squeegee
Side access door
Hopper
Side brush
Hopper cover
Top access door
Recovery tank cover
FaST solution system
ec−H2O System Module (Option)
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SYMBOL DEFINITIONS
These symbols identify controls, displays, and
features on the machine:
Battery charging system
Solution flow full
Hourmeter
Solution tank low
Steering tilt
Sweep switch
Key switch
Sweep brush up and off
ES
Sweep brush down and on
Filter shaker
Side brush up and off
Vacuum fan
Side brush down and on
Scrub switch
Raise hopper
Scrub brush up and off
Lower hopper
Scrub brush down pressure
Dump hopper
Super Scrub
Retract hopper
Scrub brush edge clean
Variable pressure
Squeegee up
Recovery tank full
Squeegee down
Jackpoint
Operating lights
Hazard light (option)
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SYMBOL DEFINITIONS
Circuit breaker #1
Circuit breaker #16
Circuit breaker #2
Circuit breaker #17
Circuit breaker #3
Circuit breaker #18
Circuit breaker #4
Horn
Circuit breaker #5
50 hour required maintenance interval
Circuit breaker #6
100 hour required maintenance interval
Circuit breaker #7
500 hour required maintenance interval
Circuit breaker #8
1000 hour required maintenance
interval
Circuit breaker #9
Diagnostics
Circuit breaker #10
Power Wand (option)
Circuit breaker #11
Detergent flow on (option)
Circuit breaker #12
Detergent flow heavy (option)
Circuit breaker #13
Detergent flow off (option)
Circuit breaker #14
Hopper Temperature Indicator −
Thermo Sentry
Circuit breaker #15
ec−H20 (option)
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CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
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Horn button
Operating lights switch
Power kill switch
Power wand switch (option)
Flap lever
On/Off key switch
Directional pedal
Steering column tilt lever
Brake pedal
Operator seat
Steering wheel
Solution flow lever
Display screen
Multi−function switches (6)
TENNANT logo switch
Control panel
FaST switch
ec−H2O system on/off switch (option)
R. ec−H2O system indicator light (option)
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OPERATION OF CONTROLS
BRAKE PEDAL
The brake pedal stops the machine.
Stop: Take your foot off the directional pedal and
let it return to the neutral position. Step on the
brake pedal.
PARKING BRAKE PEDAL
The parking brake pedal sets and releases the
rear wheel brakes.
Set: Press the brake pedal down as far as
possible, then press on the parking brake pedal
with the toe of your foot to lock the parking brake
pedal in place.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine, and remove key.
Release: Press down on the brake pedal until the
parking brake releases.
DIRECTIONAL PEDAL
The directional pedal controls direction of travel
and the propelling speed of the machine. You
change the speed of the machine with the
pressure of your foot; the harder you press the
faster the machine travels.
When the machine is moving forward and the
directional pedal is reversed, the machine will
coast for a short distance before changing
direction. Use the brake pedal to stop the
machine.
Forward: Press the top of the directional pedal
with the toe of your foot.
NOTE: The machine will not travel unless the
operator is sitting in the operator’s seat.
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Reverse: Press the bottom of the directional
pedal with the heel of your foot.
Neutral: Take your foot off the directional pedal
and it will return to the neutral position.
STEERING WHEEL
The steering wheel controls the machine’s
direction. The machine is very responsive to the
steering wheel movements.
Left: Turn the steering wheel to the left.
Right: Turn the steering wheel to the right.
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ON-OFF KEY SWITCH
The on-off key switch controls machine power with
a key.
FOR SAFETY: When starting machine,
keep foot on brake and directional pedal
in neutral.
On: Turn the key clockwise all the way.
Off: Turn the key counter-clockwise.
HORN BUTTON
The horn button operates the horn.
Sound: Press the button.
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POWER KILL SWITCH
The power kill switch halts all power to the
machine.
FOR SAFETY: When starting machine,
keep foot on brake and directional pedal
in neutral.
Halt: Push the power kill switch in.
Restart: Turn off the machine with the on/off
switch. Turn the power kill switch to the right to
release the switch. Turn on the machine with the
on/off key switch.
OPERATING LIGHTS SWITCH
The operating lights switch powers on and off the
headlights and taillights.
On: Press the top of the operating lights switch.
Off: Press the bottom of the operating lights
switch.
POWER WAND SWITCH (OPTION)
The power wand switch turns on and off the power
wand solution system option.
On: Press the top of the switch.
Off: Press the bottom of the switch.
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SOLUTION FLOW LEVER
The solution flow lever controls the amount of
solution flow to the floor.
Increase flow: Raise the lever.
Decrease flow: Lower the lever.
Stop flow: Lower the lever all the way down.
NOTE: When using the FaST or ec−H2O system
(option), the solution flow lever is nonfunctional.
The FaST and ec−H2O system flow rates are
pre−set. The ec−H2O module has optional flow
rate settings. If solution flow adjustments are
required, contact an Authorized Service Center.
STEERING COLUMN TILT LEVER
The steering column tilt lever is used to adjust the
angle of the steering column. To tilt the steering
column, pull the lever slightly down toward the
operator seat. Position the steering wheel at the
desired position, then release the lever.
FaST SWITCH
The FaST switch enables the FaST (Foam
Scrubbing Technology) system. When the FaST
system is enabled, it is turned on and off with the
scrub switch. Disable the FaST system before
using the machine for conventional scrubbing.
Disable FaST for conventional scrubbing: Press
the top of switch to the FaST system off position.
Enable the FaST system 1: Press the middle of
switch to the low FaST system solution flow
position.
Enable the FaST system 2: Press the bottom of
the switch to the high FaST system solution flow
position.
NOTE: The FaST system will not start until the
directional pedal is pressed.
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ec−H2O SWITCH (OPTION)
The ec−H2O switch (option) enables the ec−H2O
(Electrically activated water) system. When the
ec−H2O system is enabled, it is turned on and off
with the scrub switch.
ec−H2O low setting: Press the top of the ec−H2O
switch.
ec−H2O high setting: Place the ec−H2O switch
into the middle position.
Conventional scrubbing: Press the bottom of the
ec−H2O switch.
NOTE: The ec−H2O system will not start until the
machine starts scrubbing.
NOTE: Do not enable the ec−H2O system with
conventional cleaning detergents in the solution
tank. Drain, raise and refill the solution tank with
clear cool water only before operating the ec−H2O
system. Conventional cleaning detergents/
restorers may cause failure to the ec−H2O
solution system.
CONTROL PANEL
The sweeping and scrubbing functions are
activated by the control panel. Features of the
control panel include six multi−function buttons
and graphics icons which display the current state
of the sweeping and scrubbing functions. The
control panel also features a display clock for
operator convenience, and a maintenance mode
that prompts the operator when to perform routine
machine maintenance.
By pressing the TENNANT logo switch, the
operator can cycle the control panel display
through the different function screens. Each
function screen allows the operator to enable or
disable different sweeping and scrubbing
functions.
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CHANGING DISPLAY LANGUAGE
1. Turn the machine power off.
2. Press and hold the logo switch.
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3. Turn the machine power on.
4. Continue pressing the logo switch for 15
seconds or until the down pressure display
screen appears.
5. Press and release the logo switch 3 times to
scroll to the language select mode.
6. Press the first switch on the control panel to
scroll through the list of languages until the
desired language is displayed.
7. Turn the machine power off, and the new
language will be stored in the control panel.
ENGLISH
Enable sweep
Restrict Press.
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BATTERY DISCHARGE INDICATOR
The battery discharge indicator shows the charge
level of the batteries with a segmented display.
When the batteries are fully charged, all the
segments are lit. As the batteries discharge, the
segments shut off.
The batteries should be recharged when all the
segments have shut off. At this point, the battery
icon will begin flashing, and all sweeping and
scrubbing functions will automatically shut off to
alert the operator of the battery condition. The
squeegee and vacuum can be operated, with the
rear squeegee switch, for an additional 30
seconds to pick up any excess water.
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NOTE: Do not charge the batteries more often
than is necessary to prolong the life of the
batteries. Do not charge the batteries with a “top
off” charge if there is enough remaining charge in
the batteries for the next machine use. Discharge
the batteries to a 20% level, when the battery
discharge indicator segments shut off, before fully
charging the batteries. Do not allow the batteries
to become completely discharged as this will also
damage the batteries. See BATTERIES in the
MAINTENANCE section.
HOURMETER
The hourmeter records the number of hours the
machine has been operating.
The hourmeter will record time when the machine
is propelling or when the vacuum fan is operating.
This information is useful when maintaining the
machine.
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DISPLAY CLOCK
The display clock shows the time of day below the
battery discharge indicator.
SETTING THE DISPLAY CLOCK
1. Turn the machine off.
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2. Press and hold the logo switch.
3. Turn the machine power on.
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4. Continue pressing the logo switch for 15
seconds or until the down pressure display
screen appears.
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5. Press and release the logo switch one time
to scroll to the adjust time mode.
6. Press the switch next to ADJUST TIME.
Input Display
Enable Edge
Adjust Time
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7. Set the time, date, and choose between the
12 or 24 hour clock modes by moving the
underline through the display by pressing the
switches next to the direction arrows.
Increase the value of the underlined
segment by pressing the switch next to the
positive (+) icon. Decrease the value of the
underlined segment by pressing the switch
next to the negative (−) icon.
8. Exit the ADJUST TIME function by pressing
the TENNANT logo switch.
9. Turn the key to the off position.
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SCRUB SWITCH
The scrub switch controls the scrubbing
operations. The scrub switch also sets the scrub
brush pressure.
The scrubbing operations include the following:
The scrub head lowers and the scrub brushes turn
on. The rear squeegee will lower and the vacuum
fan will start. The optional sweeping side
brush(es) lowers and the sweeping brushes turn
on. The solution system will start, if the solution
flow lever is on. The optional FaST, ec−H20, or ES
system and detergent pump will start, if the
switches are on.
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Start scrubbing: Press the scrub switch. The
indicator light next to the switch will illuminate. The
scrubbing system will start when the machine
moves forward.
NOTE: The brush pressure setting, the FaST /
ec−H20 system, the detergent flow rate, the edge
scrub, and the ES system will default to the last
setting used when the scrubbing operations are
started again.
Stop scrubbing: Press the scrub switch. The
indicator light next to the switch will go off. First
the scrub brushes will stop and raise, then the
rear squeegee will raise and the vacuum will shut
off.
Scrub brush pressure: Press and hold the scrub
switch. The brush pressure will scroll through
three settings indicated by the small arrows above
the brush icon. Each arrow indicates a heavier
brush pressure setting.
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There is also a fourth brush pressure setting
indicated by one large arrow above the brush icon.
It is the heaviest brush pressure setting, and it is
called Super Scrub. It is activated for 30 seconds
by pressing the scrub switch twice quickly.
The pressure setting selected when the scrub
switch is released will be the new default brush
pressure setting.
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Under normal conditions, the brush pressure
should be set in the minimum settings (one or two
downward arrows). Under heavy grime conditions,
the brush pressure should be set in the maximum
settings (three downward arrows or one large
arrow). Travel speed and floor conditions will
affect the scrubbing performance.
NOTE: The rear squeegee will raise and the
vacuum will shut off when the machine travels in
reverse. The squeegee will lower and the vacuum
starts again when the machine travels forward.
NOTE: The scrub brushes will stop when the
machine is stopped for a short time. The brushes
will start again when the machine travels forward.
NOTE: The scrub switch also controls the
FaST/ec−H2O system (option) when the
FaST/ec−H2O system is enabled with the
FaST/ec−H2O switch.
RECOVERY TANK FULL INDICATOR
The recovery tank full indicator comes on when
the recovery tank is full.
If the recovery tank full indicator stays on for more
than 7 seconds, the “Rec. Tank Full” message will
appear in the hourmeter display. The scrub
brushes and vacuum will shut off, and the rear
squeegee will raise.
To pick up excess water after the vacuum has
shut off and the rear squeegee has raised, press
and hold the rear squeegee switch.
NOTE: Do not overfill the recovery tank.
Overfilling the recovery tank may damage the
vacuum fans.
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ES SWITCH
The ES (Extended Scrub) switch turns on and off
the solution recycling system. When the scrubbing
functions have started, the ES will default to the
last setting used.
On: Press the switch. The indicator light next to
the switch will illuminate.
Off: Press the switch. The indicator light next to
the switch will go off.
NOTE: The ES icon only appears after the scrub
functions have been activated.
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the ES option.
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EDGE SCRUB SWITCH
The edge scrub switch extends the scrub head, on
machines equipped with the MaxPro 1000 scrub
heads, to the right to allow close edge scrubbing.
When the scrubbing functions have started, the
edge scrub will default to the last setting used.
NOTE: The edge scrub icon only appears after
the scrub functions have been activated.
On: Press the switch during normal scrubbing.
The indicator light next to the switch will illuminate.
Off: Press the switch again. The indicator light
next to the switch will go off.
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REAR SQUEEGEE SWITCH
The rear squeegee switch controls the vacuum
fan and the position of the rear squeegee. The
rear squeegee can be operated separately from
the scrub brushes for the purpose of picking-up
excess water without scrubbing, or double
scrubbing without water pick up
Lower squeegee and start the vacuum fan: Press
the squeegee switch. The indicator light next to
the switch will illuminate.
Raise squeegee and stop the vacuum fan: Press
the squeegee switch. The indicator light next to
the switch will go off. There will be a slight delay
before the vacuum shuts off.
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NOTE: The rear squeegee lowers and scrubbing
vacuum starts automatically when the scrubbing
operations start.
NOTE: The rear squeegee will raise and the
scrubbing vacuum will shut off after a short delay
when the machine travels in reverse.
NOTE: The rear squeegee will raise and the
scrubbing vacuum fan will shut off after a short
delay when the scrubbing operations are shut off.
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SWEEP SWITCH
The sweep switch controls the sweeping
operations.
If the sweep switch is pressed while the machine
is idle or in the scrub mode, the main sweeping
brush will lower and activate, the sweep vacuum
fan will activate, and the side brush will lower and
activate.
Start sweeping: Press the sweep switch. The
indicator light next to the switch will illuminate. The
sweeping system will start when the machine
moves forward.
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Stop sweeping: Press the sweep switch. The
indicator light next to the switch will go off. First,
the side and main sweeping brushes will stop and
raise, then the vacuum will shut off.
NOTE: If the hopper is raised, even slightly, the
raised hopper icon will replace the sweep icon on
the control panel display and the sweeping
operations will not start.
SIDE BRUSH SWITCH
The side brush switch controls the side brush
position and rotation. The main sweeping brush
must be operating for the side brush to work.
NOTE: The side brush operates automatically
when the main sweeping brush starts operating.
To sweep without using the side brush, press the
side brush switch.
Down and On: Press the side brush switch. The
indicator light next to the switch will illuminate,
then the side brush will lower and activate.
Up and Off: Press the side brush switch. The
indicator light next to the switch will go out, then
the side brush will stop and raise.
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NOTE: If the hopper is raised, even slightly, the
raised hopper icon will replace the sweep icon on
the control panel display and the sweeping
operations will not start.
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FILTER SHAKER SWITCH
The filter shaker switch starts the hopper filter
shaker. The shaker automatically operates for 10
seconds.
NOTE: If the machine begins to create an
excessive amount of dust while sweeping, press
the filter shaker switch.
Start : Press the filter shaker switch. The filter
shaker indicator light will turn on, and the
sweeping vacuum fan will turn off while the filter
shaker is operating.
NOTE: The filter shaker will activate automatically
for ten seconds each time the sweeping
operations are stopped. The vacuum system will
not operate while the filter shaker is operating.
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VACUUM FAN SWITCH
The vacuum fan switch starts and stops the
sweep vacuum fan. Do not operate the vacuum
fan when sweeping in wet conditions.
Start: Press the vacuum fan switch. The indicator
light next to the switch will illuminate.
Stop: Press the switch. The indicator light next to
the switch will go out.
NOTE: The sweep vacuum fan activates
automatically when the main sweeping brush
starts operating. The sweep vacuum fan will not
activate unless the main sweeping brush is
operating.
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NOTE: The sweep vacuum fan will not start if the
hopper is raised, even slightly. If the sweep
vacuum fan switch is pressed while the hopper is
raised, the sweep vacuum will not start and the
raised hopper icon will appear on the control
panel.
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HOPPER TEMPERATURE INDICATOR −
THERMO SENTRY
The hopper temperature indicator comes on when
the Thermo Sentry indicates too much heat,
possibly a fire, in the hopper.
An audible alarm will sound for five seconds and
the hopper temperature indicator will appear on
the display screen. The Thermo Sentry will stop all
sweeping functions.
If this occurs, drive the machine to a safe location,
open the hopper and eliminate the source of heat.
Turn the machine off and back on to reset the
Thermo Sentry.
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HOPPER RAISE SWITCH
The hopper raise switch raises the hopper.
Raise hopper: Press and hold the hopper raise
switch until the hopper is in the desired raised
position.
Hold: Release the hopper raise switch.
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HOPPER LOWER SWITCH
The hopper lower switch lowers the hopper.
Lower hopper: Press and hold the hopper lower
switch until the hopper is in the fully closed
position.
NOTE: The hopper will retract automatically when
the hopper is lowered.
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HOPPER DUMP SWITCH
The hopper dump switch tilts the hopper forward
to dump the debris.
Dump hopper: Press and hold the hopper dump
switch until the hopper is tilted all the way forward.
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HOPPER RETRACT SWITCH
The hopper retract switch tilts the hopper back to
the upright position.
Retract hopper: Press and hold the hopper retract
switch until the hopper is tilted all the way back.
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DETERGENT PUMP SWITCH (OPTION)
The detergent pump switch controls the amount of
detergent that flows to the floor while scrubbing.
When the scrubbing functions have started, the
detergent pump switch will default to the last
setting used.
NOTE: The detergent icon only appears after the
scrub functions have been activated.
NOTE: The detergent pump switch will not
activate unless the main scrub brushes are active
and the solution flow lever is on.
High: Press and hold the detergent pump switch
until two downward pointing arrows appear on the
icon next to the switch. Release the switch. The
indicator light next to the switch will illuminate.
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Low: Press and hold the detergent pump switch
until one downward pointing arrow appears on the
icon next to the switch. Release the switch. The
indicator light next to the switch will illuminate.
Off: Press and release the detergent pump
switch. An ’X’ will appear under the detergent
pump icon. The indicator light next to the switch
will go off.
NOTE: When using the ec−H2O system (option),
the detergent pump switch is nonfunctional.
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MAINTENANCE MODE
The maintenance mode allows the operator to
monitor and reset the elapsed time between the
four different regular maintenance requirements.
When the maintenance mode is enabled, an alarm
will sound, and one of several service
maintenance icons will appear on the display each
time the machine is started. This will happen if
one or more of the maintenance timers goes past
its recommended interval. Each time the required
maintenance function is performed, the timer for
that function should be reset.
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RESETTING THE MAINTENANCE TIMERS
1. Turn the machine off.
2. Press and hold the logo switch.
3. Turn the machine power on.
4. Continue pressing the logo switch for 15
seconds or until the down pressure display
screen appears.
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5. Press and release the logo switch two more
times. The SELF TEST screen will appear
on the display.
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6. Press the switch next to DISPLAY MAINT.
Self Test
Display Maint.
Enable Maint.
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Each maintenance item is represented by an icon
with the recommended maintenance interval
printed in hours below it. The lower right−hand
corner of the screen displays the number of hours
that have elapsed since the maintenance timer
was last reset and the date it was last reset. The
switch at the upper right−hand corner of the
screen will reset the hour counter for each
maintenance item. Reset the maintenance timer
each time the maintenance function represented
by the icon is performed. The operator can scroll
through the four maintenance function screens by
pressing the logo switch.
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To determine which routine maintenance
function each icon represents, see the
SYMBOL DEFINITIONS section of this
manual.
7. Exit the DISPLAY MAINT. function by
pressing the logo switch until all four
maintenance mode screens have been
displayed.
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DISABLING THE MAINTENANCE MODE
When the maintenance mode is disabled, the
flashing icon and alarm will not appear and sound
when the machine is started if one or more of the
maintenance timers goes past its recommended
interval.
1. Turn the machine off.
2. Press and hold the logo switch.
3. Turn the machine power on.
4. Continue pressing the logo switch for 15
seconds or until the down pressure display
screen appears.
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5. Press and release the logo switch two more
times. The SELF TEST screen will appear
on the display.
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6. Press the switch next to ENABLE MAINT..
NOTE: If the light next to the ENABLE MAINT.
switch is not illuminated, the maintenance mode is
currently disabled.
NOTE: When the maintenance mode is disabled,
the maintenance timers continue to record the
elapsed time between maintenance intervals. To
view the elapsed time between each of the six
default maintenance intervals, press the switch
next to Display Maint.. Press the logo switch to
scroll through the maintenance function screens.
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Display Maint.
Enable Maint.
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CIRCUIT BREAKERS
The circuit breakers are resettable electrical circuit
protection devices. They stop the flow of current in
the event of a circuit overload. Once a circuit
breaker is tripped, reset it manually by pressing /
flipping the reset button after the breaker has
cooled down.
If the overload that caused the circuit breaker to
trip is still there, the circuit breaker will continue to
stop current flow until the problem is corrected.
The circuit breakers are located to the left of the
operator’s compartment next to the vacuum fans.
The charts shows the circuit breakers and fuses,
and the electrical components they protect.
Circuit
Breaker
Rating
CB1
15 A
Sweeper/Hopper Controls
CB2
20 A
Sweeper Vacuum Fan Motor
CB3
30 A
Sweeper Brush Motor
CB4
15 A
Power Wand/Sweeping Side
Brush
CB5
2.5 A
Key Switch
CB6
50 A
Right Scrub Motor
(000000−003545)
CB6
CB7
Circuit Protected
Open (003546−
50 A
CB7
)
Left Scrub Motor
(000000−003545)
Open (003546−
)
CB8
15 A
Lights
CB9
2.5 A
Horn
CB10
20 A
Vac Fan #1 (000000−003545)
CB10
30 A
Vac Fan #1 (003546−
CB11
20 A
Vac Fan #2 (000000−003545)
CB11
30 A
Vac Fan #2 (003546−
CB12
25 A
Control Board
CB13
50 A
Center Scrub Motor
(000000−003545)
CB13
Open (003546−
)
)
)
CB14
40 A
Power Steering Pump
CB15
10 A
FaST System
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This chart shows the magnetic circuit breakers
used on machines serial number xxxxxx and up
for all cylindrical scrub heads.
Circuit
Breaker
Rating
Circuit Protected
CB6
45
Right Scrub Motor
CB7
45
Left Scrub Motor
CB13
Open
This chart shows the magnetic circuit breakers
used on machines serial number xxxxxx and up
with Max Pro 1000 standard motor disk scrub
heads.
Circuit
Breaker
Rating
Circuit Protected
CB6
40
Right Scrub Motor
CB7
40
Left Scrub Motor
CB13
Open
This chart shows the magnetic circuit breakers
used on machines serial number xxxxxx and up
with Max Pro 1000 heavy duty motor disk
scrub heads.
Circuit
Breaker
Rating
Circuit Protected
CB6
45
Right Scrub Motor
CB7
45
Left Scrub Motor
CB13
Open
This chart shows the magnetic circuit breakers
used on machines serial number xxxxxx and up
with Max Pro 1200 disk scrub heads.
Circuit
Breaker
Rating
Circuit Protected
CB6
40
Right Scrub Motor
CB7
40
Left Scrub Motor
CB13
40
Center Scrub Motor
This chart shows the magnetic circuit breakers
used on machines with an ec−H20 system.
Circuit
Breaker
Rating
CB16
2.0
Water Valve
CB17
2.0
ec−H20 Module
CB18
2.0
Solution Pump
Circuit Protected
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FUSES
The fuses are one-time circuit protection devices
designed to stop the flow of current in the event of
a circuit overload. Never substitute higher value
fuses than those specified in this manual.
The main propelling fuse is located under the
circuit breakers in the electrical panel.
The two actuator fuses are located in the control
panel.
Fuse
Rating Circuit Protected
FU 1
200 A
Propelling
FU 2
10 A
Electronic Actuator
FU 3
10 A
Electronic Actuator
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SOLUTION TANK DRAIN HOSE
The solution tank drain hose is used to drain the
solution tank. Drain the solution tank by removing
the drain hose cap from the tank access cap. Pull
out the solution tank hose and remove the drain
hose end cap.
RECOVERY TANK DRAIN HOSE
The recovery tank drain hose is used to drain the
recovery tank. Drain the recovery tank by
removing the drain hose cap from the tank access
cap. Pull out the recovery tank hose and remove
the drain hose end cap.
POSITIVE SOLUTION CONTROL DRAIN
(OPTION)
For machines with the positive solution control
drain option, remove the dust cap. Connect the
drain hose to the solution control drain and open
the drain valve by pulling the lever.
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SIDE BRUSH ADJUSTMENT KNOB
The side brush adjustment knob controls the
amount of contact the side brush has with the
surface being swept.
Increase: Turn the side brush adjustment knob
counter−clockwise.
Decrease: Turn the side brush adjustment knob
clockwise.
FRONT FLAP LEVER
The front flap lever opens the front flap in front of
the main sweeping brush, allowing larger debris to
be trapped and swept up into the hopper.
Raise front flap: Pull the front flap lever back.
Lower front flap: Push the front flap lever forward.
HOPPER SUPPORT BAR
The hopper support bar is located on the right
hand side of the machine. When working under
the hopper, engage the hopper support bar to hold
the hopper in the raised position. Do not rely on
the machine to hold the hopper in the raised
position.
WARNING: Raised hopper may fall.
Engage hopper support bar.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
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OPERATOR SEAT
The operator seat is a fixed back style with a
forward-backward adjustment.
Adjust: Pull the lever outward and slide the seat
to the desired position, then release the lever.
NOTE: The machine will not travel unless the
operator is sitting in the operator’s seat.
DELUXE SUSPENSION SEAT (OPTION)
The deluxe suspension seat has four adjustments.
The adjustments are for the lumbar support,
backrest angle, operator weight adjustment and
front−to−back adjustment.
The lumbar adjustment knob controls the firmness
of the lumbar support.
Increase firmness: Turn knob clockwise.
Decrease firmness: Turn knob counterclockwise.
The backrest angle knob adjusts the angle of the
backrest.
Increase angle: Turn the angle adjustment knob
counterclockwise.
Decrease angle: Turn the angle adjustment knob
clockwise.
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The weight adjustment knob controls the firmness
of the operator’s seat.
Increase firmness: Turn the weight adjustment
knob clockwise.
Decrease firmness: Turn the weight adjustment
knob counterclockwise.
Use the gauge next to the weight adjustment knob
to help determine proper seat firmness for the
operator.
The front−to−back adjustment lever adjusts the
seat position.
Adjust: Pull the lever out and slide the seat
forward or backward to the desired position.
Release the lever.
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HOW THE MACHINE WORKS
The steering wheel controls the direction of
machine travel. The directional pedal controls the
speed and forward/reverse directions. The brake
pedal slows and stops the machine.
The machine consists of separate sweeping and
scrubbing components.
The sweeping components of the machine are a
debris hopper, hopper dust filter, sweeping
brushes and a cylindrical conveyor.
The side brush sweeps debris into the path of the
main sweeping brush. The main brush sweeps
debris from the floor and up the the cylindrical
conveyor. The cylindrical conveyor lifts the debris
up into the hopper. The vacuum system pulls dust
and air through the hopper and hopper dust filter.
The scrub components of the machine are a
solution tank, scrub brushes, rear and side
squeegees, a vacuum system, and a recovery
tank.
Water and detergent, from the solution tank, flow
to the floor through a solution valve to the scrub
brushes. The brushes scrub the floor. As the
machine is moved forward the squeegees wipe
the dirty solution off the floor, which is then picked
up and drawn into the recovery tank.
When using the ES mode, the solution in the
recovery tank is filtered and returned to the
solution tank to be reused.
The five available scrub head types use disk or
cylindrical brushes.
Two different widths of scrub heads are available
for each type.
The Max Pro 1000 disk scrub head contains two
disk scrub brushes, and is available with standard
or heavy duty scrubbing motors. The MaxPro
1000 disk scrub head is 1016 mm.
The Max Pro1200 disk scrub head contains three
disk scrub brushes, and is 1220 mm.
The Max Pro1000 cylindrical scrub head is
1016 mm.
The Max Pro1200 cylindrical scrub head is
1220 mm.
NOTE: The amount and type of soilage play an
important role in determining the type of brushes
to be used. For specific recommendations, contact
your TENNANT service representative.
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When finished sweeping and scrubbing, clean the
hopper dust filter, empty the hopper, and drain and
clean the recovery tank. If using the ES system,
drain and clean the solution tank, and clean the
ES filter.
FaST SCRUBBING SYSTEM
Unlike conventional scrubbing, the FaST (Foam
Scrubbing Technology) system operates by
injecting the FaST PAK concentrate agent into the
system with a small amount of water and
compressed air. This mixture creates a large
volume of expanded wet foam.
The expanded foam mixture is then dispersed
onto the floor while the machine is scrubbing.
When the squeegee picks up the mixture, the
patented foaming agent has collapsed and is
recovered into the recovery tank.
The FaST system can be used with all double
scrubbing and heavy duty scrubbing applications.
Using the FaST system can increase
productivity by 30% by reducing your dump/fill
cycle. It will also reduce chemical usage and
storage space. One FaST PAK of concentrated
agent can scrub up to 1 million sq. ft.
NOTE: Do not enable the FaST system with
conventional cleaning detergents in the solution
tank. Drain, raise and refill the solution tank with
clear cool water only before operating the FaST
system. Conventional cleaning detergents/
restorers may cause failure to the FaST solution
system.
NOTE: Storage or transporting machines
equipped with FaST in freezing requires special
procedures. Check with a TENNANT
representative for advice.
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ec−H2O SYSTEM (OPTION)
The ec−H2O (electrically converted water) system
operates by producing electrically converted water
for cleaning.
Normal water passes through a module where it is
oxygenated and charged with an electric current.
The electrically converted water changes into a
blended acidic and alkaline solution forming a
neutral pH cleaner. The converted water attacks
the dirt, breaks it into smaller particles, and pulls it
off the floor surface allowing the machine to easily
scrub away the suspended soil. The converted
water then returns to normal water in the recovery
tank.
The ec−H2O system can be used with all double
scrubbing applications.
NOTE: Do not enable the ec−H2O system with
conventional cleaning detergents in the solution
tank. Drain, raise and refill the solution tank with
clear cool water only before operating the ec−H2O
system. Conventional cleaning detergents/
restorers may cause failure to the ec−H2O
solution system.
NOTE: Storage or transporting machines
equipped with ec−H2O in freezing temperatures
requires special procedures. Follow the freeze
protection procedure located in the STORAGE
INFORMATION section.
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PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST
Check over this list of items before operating the
machine:
Check the hydraulic fluid level. (if applicable)
Check the battery fluid and charge level.
Check the tank cover seals for damage and
wear.
Clean the vacuum fan inlet filter.
Check the condition of the scrubbing
brushes. Remove any string, banding, plastic
wrap, or other debris wrapped
around them.
Check the squeegees for damage, wear and
for deflection adjustment.
Check the vacuum hose for debris or
blockage.
ES machines; check the detergent tank
level.
Drain and clean the recovery tank.
ES machines; drain and clean the solution
tank and ES filter. Rinse level sensors.
Check the brakes and steering for proper
operation.
Empty and clean the debris tray. (if
applicable).
Check the service records to determine
maintenance requirements.
FAST Scrubbing: Check the FaST PAK
concentrate agent level, replace carton as
needed. See the INSTALLING THE FaST
PAK AGENT section of the manual.
For FaST or ec−H2O Scrubbing: Check that
all conventional cleaning agents/restorers
are drained and rinsed from the solution
tank.
For FaST or ec−H2O Scrubbing: Check that
the solution tank is filled with clear cool
water only.
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INSTALLING FaST PAK AGENT
NOTE: Machine must be equipped with FaST
before the FaST PAK agent can be installed.
1. Turn the machine power off.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine, and remove key.
2. Remove the perforated knock−outs from the
FaST PAK Floor Cleaning Concentrate
carton. Do not remove the bag from the
carton. Pull out the bag’s hose connector on
the bottom of the bag and remove the hose
cap from the connector.
NOTE: The FaST PAK Floor Cleaning
Concentrate is specifically designed for use
with the FaST system scrubbing application.
NEVER use a substitute, machine damage will
result.
FOR SAFETY: When using machine,
always follow the handling instructions
on chemical container.
3. Empty the solution tank. See the DRAINING
AND CLEANING THE TANKS section of the
manual.
NOTE: When scrubbing with the FaST system,
use clean water only. Do not add cleaning agents
in the solution tank. Conventional cleaning
agents/restorers may cause failure to the FaST
solution system..
4. Open the side cover door to access the
FaST PAK carton.
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5. Place the FaST PAK carton in the carton
holder under the front cover of the machine.
Connect the supply hose to the FaST PAK
bag.
NOTE: If any dried concentrate is visible on the
supply hose connector or the on the FaST PAK
connector, soak and clean with warm water.
6. Make sure to connect the supply hose onto
the hose storing plug when the supply hose
is not connected to the FaST PAK. This will
prevent the FaST solution system from
drying out and clogging up the hose.
7. The FaST solution system must be primed
for first time use only. To prime system,
unplug the electrical connector from the
solution pump, and operate the machine in
the FaST Scrub Mode for seven to ten
minutes. Reconnect the solution pump
connector.
8. When replacing an empty FaST PAK carton,
allow the new FaST PAK detergent to gravity
feed into the system for several minutes
prior to operating the FaST system. If the
detergent does not flow out of the FaST
PAK, simply squeeze and release the hose
several times. If the previous FaST PAK was
run dry, it may take up to 7−10 minutes of
operation to remove any air pockets in the
system before you achieve maximum
foaming.
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STARTING THE MACHINE
1. You must be in the operator’s seat with the
directional pedal in neutral, and your foot on
the brake pedal or with the parking brake
set.
FOR SAFETY: When starting machine,
keep foot on brake and directional pedal
in neutral.
2. Turn the machine power on.
3. Release the machine parking brake.
4. Drive the machine to the area to be cleaned.
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FILLING THE TANKS
1. Turn the machine power on. See the
STARTING THE MACHINE section of the
manual.
FOR SAFETY: When starting machine,
keep foot on brake and directional pedal
in neutral.
2. Drive the machine to the filling site.
3. Turn the machine power off.
4. Set the machine parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
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5. CONVENTIONAL SCRUBBING: Open the
solution tank cover. Measure and pour in the
correct amount of detergent. Fill the rest of
the solution tank with water up to the FULL
line near the top of the tank.
NOTE: Floor conditions, water condition, amount
of soilage, types of soilage, and brush action all
play an important role in determining the type and
concentration of detergent used. For specific
recommendations, contact your Tennant
representative.
WARNING: Flammable materials can
cause an explosion or fire. Do not use
flammable materials in tank(s).
FOR SAFETY: When using machine,
follow mixing and handling instructions
on chemical containers.
6. FaST or ec−H2O SCRUBBING: Open the
solution tank cover and fill the solution tank
with clear cool water only.
NOTE: When cleaning using the FaST or
ec−H2O option, USE CLEAR COOL WATER
ONLY. DO NOT add cleaning agents in
solution tank. Conventional cleaning
agents/restorers may cause failure to the
system.
7. CONVENTIONAL SCRUBBING: Remove
the detergent tank (option) lid. Fill the tank
almost to the top. Be sure to use only the
proper detergent for your scrubbing
application. Put the lid back on the detergent
tank.
WARNING: Flammable materials can
cause an explosion or fire. Do not use
flammable materials in tank(s).
NOTE: Floor conditions, water condition, amount
of soilage, type of soilage, and brush action all
play an important role in determining the type and
concentration of detergent used. For specific
recommendations, contact your TENNANT
representative.
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8. ES mode with auto fill : Connect the hose
from the water source to the auto-fill
connection on the machine. Turn the
machine power on, and turn on the water
source. The auto-fill will automatically fill the
tanks to the proper level for ES operation
and automatically shut-off.
NOTE: An alarm will sound when the solution
tank is full.
NOTE: When using the auto-fill feature on the ES
machine, both tanks should be empty to prevent
overfilling of the tanks.
ES mode without auto-fill: Fill the solution
tank to the FULL line.
WARNING: Flammable materials can
cause an explosion or fire. Do not use
flammable materials in tank(s).
FOR SAFETY: When using machine,
follow mixing and handling instructions
on chemical containers.
ES mode without auto-fill: Fill the recovery
tank half full of water (to the bottom of the
ES filter support bracket).
NOTE: If you DO NOT want to use the ES
system, DO NOT put water in the recovery tank.
Turn the ES switch OFF.
9. Close the solution tank cover.
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SWEEPING, SCRUBBING AND BRUSH
INFORMATION
Pick up oversized debris before cleaning. Pick up
pieces of wire, string, twine, etc., which could
become wrapped around the sweeping or
scrubbing brushes.
Plan the sweeping and scrubbing in advance. Try
to arrange long runs with minimum stopping and
starting. Sweep debris from very narrow aisles
into main aisles ahead of time. Do an entire floor
or section at one time.
Drive as straight a path as possible. Avoid
bumping into posts or scraping the sides of the
machine. Overlap the scrub paths by several
centimeters (a few inches).
Avoid turning the steering wheel too sharply when
the machine is in motion. The machine is very
responsive to the movement of the steering wheel.
Avoid sudden turns, except in emergencies.
When scrubbing dead end aisles, start at the
closed end of the aisle and scrub your way out.
Adjust the machine speed, scrub brush pressure,
and solution flow as required when scrubbing.
Use minimum scrub brush pressure and solution
flow required for the best results. The machine
has an edge clean feature for all Max Pro 1000
scrub heads, for scrubbing against an edge.
If you see poor scrubbing performance, stop
scrubbing and refer to MACHINE
TROUBLESHOOTING.
For best results, use the correct brush type for
your cleaning application. The following are
recommended brush applications.
Polypropylene side sweeping brush − A
general purpose brush for sweeping of light to
medium debris in both indoor and outdoor
applications. This brush is recommended in places
where bristles may get wet.
Polypropylene sweeping brush − Superior pick
up of sand, gravel and paper litter. Polypropylene
retains its stiffness when wet, and can be used
indoors or out with equal performance. Not
recommended for high−temperature debris.
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Non-scuff polypropylene scrub brush − This
brush uses a softer, general purpose
polypropylene bristle to lift lightly compacted
soilage without scuffing high-gloss coated floors.
Nylon scrub brush − Recommended for
scrubbing coated floors. Cleans without scuffing.
Super abrasive bristle scrub brush − Nylon
fiber impregnated with abrasive grit to remove
stains and soilage. Strong action on any surface,
performing well on buildup, grease, or tire marks.
Stripping pad − This brown pad is for stripping
floors. Quickly and easily cuts through old finish to
prepare the floor for re-coating.
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Scrubbing pad − This blue pad is for scrubbing
floors. Removes dirt, spills and scuffs, leaving a
clean surface ready for re-coating.
Buffing pad − This red pad is for buffing floors.
Quickly cleans and removes scuff marks while
polishing the floor to a high gloss.
Polishing pad − This white pad is for polishing
floors. Maintains a high gloss. Use for buffing very
soft finishes and lower traffic areas, or use for
polishing soft waxes on wood floors.
Cylindrical polypropylene scrub brush − This
cylindrical brush uses a softer, general purpose
polypropylene bristle to lift lightly compacted
soilage without scuffing high-gloss coated floors.
Cylindrical nylon scrub brush − This cylindrical
brush is recommended for scrubbing coated
floors. Cleans without scuffing.
Cylindrical super abrasive bristle scrub brush
− Nylon fiber impregnated with abrasive grit to
remove stains and soilage. Strong action on any
surface, performing well on buildup, grease, or tire
marks.
NOTE: Cylindrical scrub brushes must be installed
with the herringbone patterns on the brushes
pointing towards each other for best debris pick
up.
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SWEEPING
1. Press the sweeping switch to lower and start
the main and side sweeping brushes and the
sweeping vacuum fan.
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2. Pull back on the front flap lever when sweeping
large debris.
3. Release the lever, and the flap will lower over
the debris.
4. The flap will trap large debris back into the
hopper.
STOP SWEEPING
1. Press the sweeping switch again to raise
and stop the sweeping brushes and the
vacuum fan. The filter will shake for ten
seconds, then stop automatically.
NOTE: If used, the side brush(es) will
automatically stop and raise when the sweeping
brush switch is pressed.
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EMPTYING THE HOPPER
1. Slowly drive the machine near the debris
dump site.
NOTE: Make sure the machine is far enough
away from the dumpster to raise the hopper
without interference.
2. Press and hold the hopper raise switch, until
the hopper is at the desired height.
NOTE: Be aware that the minimum ceiling height
needed to high dump the hopper is 1525 mm.
FOR SAFETY: When using machine,
make sure adequate clearance is
available before raising hopper.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
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3. Slowly drive the machine forward until the
hopper is directly over the dumpster.
4. Press and hold the hopper dump switch, to
tilt the hopper forward. Allow all of the debris
from the hopper to fall into the dumpster.
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5. Press and hold the hopper retract switch to
tilt the hopper back in the upright position.
6. Slowly drive the machine backward until the
machine is far enough away from the
dumpster to lower the hopper without
interference.
NOTE: Make sure the machine is far enough
away from the dumpster to lower the hopper
without interference.
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7. Press and hold the hopper lower switch, until
the hopper has lowered, rotated back to the
retract position and sealed tightly against the
machine.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
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ENGAGING HOPPER SUPPORT BAR
1. Set the machine parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, set parking brake.
2. Turn the machine power on. See the
STARTING THE MACHINE section of the
manual.
FOR SAFETY: When starting machine,
keep foot on brake and directional pedal
in neutral.
3. Press and hold the hopper raise switch, until
the hopper is in the fully raised position.
NOTE: Be aware that the minimum ceiling height
needed to high dump the hopper is 1525 mm.
FOR SAFETY: When using machine,
make sure adequate clearance is
available before raising hopper.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
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4. Lower and position the hopper support bar
onto the bar stop.
WARNING: Raised hopper may fall.
Engage hopper support bar.
5. Press and hold the hopper lower switch until
the hopper rests on the hopper support bar.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
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6. Turn the machine power off. See the STOP
THE MACHINE section of the manual.
DISENGAGING HOPPER SUPPORT BAR
1. Set the machine parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, set parking brake.
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2. Turn the machine power on. See the
STARTING THE MACHINE section of the
manual.
FOR SAFETY: When starting machine,
keep foot on brake and directional pedal
in neutral.
3. Press and hold the hopper raise switch, to
slightly raise the hopper.
FOR SAFETY: When using machine,
make sure adequate clearance is
available before raising hopper.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
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4. Put the hopper support bar in its storage
position.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
5. Press and hold the hopper lower switch, until
the hopper has lowered and sealed tightly
against the machine.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
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SCRUBBING
1. Start the machine. See the STARTING THE
MACHINE section of the manual.
FOR SAFETY: When starting machine,
keep foot on brake and directional pedal
in neutral.
2. Drive the machine to the area to be cleaned.
3. FaST SCRUBBING: Press the FaST
switch to the desired solution flow. See the
FaST SWITCH section of the manual.
NOTE: Leave the FaST switch in the
CONVENTIONAL SCRUBBING position if not
using the FaST system.
ec−H2O Scrubbing: Press the ec−H2O
switch to the desired solution flow. See the
ec−H2O SWITCH section of the manual.
NOTE:The ec−H2O system indicator light will not
turn on until the machine starts scrubbing.
ec−H2O Model: If an alarm sounds and the
ec−H2O system indicator light begins to blink
red, the ec−H2O module must be flushed to
resume ec−H2O operation (See ec−H2O
MODULE FLUSH PROCEDURE).
NOTE: When the alarm sounds and the light
blinks red, the machine will bypass the ec−H2O
system. To continue scrubbing, press the ec−H2O
switch to conventional scrubbing.
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ATTENTION: (ec−H2O model) Do not allow
solution tank to run dry. ec−H2O module
failure may result if operated without water for
an extended period.
ec−H2O SYSTEM
INDICATOR LIGHT CONDITION
CODE
Solid green
Normal operation
Blinking red
Flush ec−H2O module
Solid red
Contact Service Center
4. CONVENTIONAL SCRUBBING: Adjust the
solution flow to the floor as needed.
NOTE: When using the FaST or ec−H2O system
(option), the solution flow lever is nonfunctional.
The FaST and ec−H2O system flow rates are
pre−set. The ec−H2O module has optional flow
rate settings. If solution flow adjustments are
required, contact an Authorized Service Center.
Increase flow: Raise the lever up. Use this
flow rate for rough floors and heavy or
compacted dirt.
Decrease flow: Lower the lever down. Use
this flow rate for smooth floors and light dirt.
Stop flow: Lower the lever all the way down.
NOTE: For machines equipped with cylindrical
scrub heads, decrease solution flow rate when
turning.
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5. Press the scrub switch to start the scrubbing
operations. See the SCRUB SWITCH
section of the manual.
WARNING: Flammable materials or
reactive metals can cause explosion or
fire. Do not pick up.
As long as the machine is moving forward
the scrub head will lower and the scrub
brushes will start. The optional sweeping
side brush(es) will lower and start. The rear
squeegee will lower and the vacuum fan will
start. The solution system will start when the
machine first begins to move forward, but
only if the solution flow lever is on. The
detergent pump will start and the optional
FaST, ec−H20, or ES systems if the
switches are on.
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NOTE: The scrub head will raise when the
directional pedal is in the neutral position. The rear
squeegee will raise when the directional pedal is in
the reverse position.
NOTE: If an excess of water in the recovery tank
triggers an overflow switch, an overflow alarm will
sound for ten seconds and an overflow icon will
appear on the control panel. All scrubbing
functions will be canceled. To make the overflow
icon disappear, drain the recovery tank, then
press the scrub switch.
NOTE: A low battery and a no brush current
sensed will also cancel the scrub system.
6. Adjust brush pressure for cleaning
application. See the SCRUB SWITCH
section of the manual.
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7. Press the edge scrub switch if edge
scrubbing is necessary.
8.
Adjust the detergent flow with the detergent
flow switch (option).
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9. Press the ES switch if extended scrubbing is
necessary.
NOTE: The recovery tank must be half full to use
the ES.
NOTE: A full solution tank will turn off the ES
pump
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NOTE: If you do not want to use the ES system,
make sure the indicator next to the ES switch is
off.
10.Drive the machine forward and scrub as
required.
WARNING: Flammable materials or
reactive metals can cause explosion or
fire. Do not pick up.
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DOUBLE SCRUBBING
Double scrubbing is the process of making two or
more passes over a heavily soiled area. The first
pass is made with the rear and side squeegees
raised to allow the solution to soak into the floor.
Raise the side squeegees and secure in place
with the side squeegee double scrub latches.
Double scrubbing can be performed using the
FaST SCRUBBING SYSTEM (option),
ec−H2O SCRUBBING SYSTEM (option) or
CONVENTIONAL SCRUBBING methods.
Use the maximum solution and detergent flow
settings. Use a higher brush pressure setting. Let
the solution remain on the floor for 5 to 15
minutes, then make a second scrubbing pass
with the rear and side squeegees down.
NOTE: When using the FaST or ec−H2O system
(option), the solution flow lever is nonfunctional.
The FaST and ec−H2O system flow rates are
pre−set. The ec−H2O module has optional flow
rate settings. If solution flow adjustments are
required, contact an Authorized Service Center.
FOR SAFETY: When using machine, go
slow on inclines and slippery surfaces.
STOP SCRUBBING
1. Press the scrub switch to stop the scrubbing
operations.
The scrub brushes will stop and the scrub head
will raise. The ES detergent pump (option) will
stop, and the solution flow will stop, the FaST
system will stop. After a short delay, the rear
squeegee will automatically raise and the
scrubbing vacuum fan will stop.
2. Continue driving the machine forward until
the vacuum fan shuts off.
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DRAINING AND CLEANING THE TANKS
When you are finished scrubbing, or when the
recovery tank full indicator comes on, the recovery
tank should be drained and cleaned. The solution
tank can then be filled again for additional
scrubbing.
If you used the machine in ES mode, the solution
tank should also be drained and cleaned when
you are finished scrubbing.
1. Stop scrubbing. See the STOP SCRUBBING
section of the manual.
2. Drive the machine next to an appropriate
disposal site.
3. Turn the machine power off.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
4. Set the machine parking brake.
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5. Unscrew the drain hose cap from the
recovery tank drain access cap.
6. Pull out and place the drain hose next to the
floor drain. Remove the drain end cap from
the hose. Stand back because the solution
rushes out of the drain hose.
ES mode: Unscrew the drain hose cap from
the solution tank drain access cap and drain
the solution tank.
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For machines with the positive solution
control drain option, remove the drain cap
and connect the hose. Place the hose end
next to the floor drain and open the drain
valve by pulling the lever.
7. Open the recovery tank cover.
8. Spray the inside of the recovery tank with
clean water. DO NOT allow any water to
enter the vacuum fan air intake opening
towards the front of the tank.
NOTE: DO NOT use steam to clean the tanks.
Excessive heat can damage the tanks and
components.
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9. Remove the large drain cap and flush out the
bottom on the recovery tank.
10. ES mode: Locate the ES cleanout wand
under the battery cover. Remove it and
attach it to a water supply hose to use for
cleaning.
11. ES mode: Lift up the ES filter by the handle
until the mesh is exposed and rinse it
thoroughly.
12. Rinse the float sensor(s) on the inside of the
recovery tank.
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13. ES mode: Drain the solution tank. Flush out
the solution tank with clean water. Rinse the
solution outlet filters at the bottom of the
tank through the drain access.
14. ES mode: Rinse the sensor floats near the
top of the solution tank.
NOTE: DO NOT use steam to clean the tanks.
Excessive heat can damage the tanks and
components.
15. Cylindrical scrub head: Press down on the
right side squeegee support guard latch until
the right side squeegee support guard
opens. Swing the squeegee support guard
away from the scrub head.
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16. Cylindrical scrub head: Remove and clean
the debris trough from the right hand side of
the machine. Place the trough back in the
scrub head when clean.
NOTE: The debris trough can be removed from
the right hand side of the machine only.
17. Remove the vacuum fan filter from the
recovery tank cover.
18. Clean the vacuum fan filter by using low
pressure air, or rinsing pleats with low
pressure water.
19. Insert the filter back into the recovery tank
cover. Close the tank covers.
20. Place the drain end caps on the tank drain
hoses. Push the drain hoses back into the
tanks.
21. For machines with the positive solution
control drain option, close the drain valve,
remove the hose, and connect the drain cap.
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STOP THE MACHINE
1. Stop scrubbing. See the STOP SCRUBBING
section of the manual.
2. Take your foot off the directional pedal. Step
on the brake pedal.
NOTE: The machine may coast for a short
distance when your foot is removed from the
directional pedal. Use the brake pedal to stop the
machine.
3. Turn the machine power off.
4. Set the machine parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
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POST-OPERATION CHECKLIST
Check over this list of items after you have
finished scrubbing with the machine powered on:
Check the hydraulic fluid level. (if applicable)
Check for wire, string, or twine wrapped
around the brushes.
Check the battery fluid and charge level.
Check the tank cover seals for damage and
wear.
Clean the vacuum fan inlet filter.
Check the condition of the scrubbing
brushes. Remove any string, banding, plastic
wrap, or other debris wrapped
around them.
Check the squeegees for damage, wear and
for deflection adjustment.
Check the vacuum hose for debris or
blockage.
ES machines; check the detergent tank
level.
Drain and clean the recovery tank.
ES machines; drain and clean the solution
tank and ES filter. Rinse level sensors.
Check the brakes and steering for proper
operation.
Empty and clean the debris tray. (if
applicable).
Check the service records to determine
maintenance requirements.
FaST Scrubbing: If FaST PAK is empty after
scrubbing, install a new FaST PAK or
connect supply hose to the storage plug.
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OPERATION ON INCLINES
Drive the machine slowly on inclines.
FOR SAFETY: When using machine, go
slow on inclines and slippery surfaces.
The maximum rated climb and descent angle with
full tanks is 6 and with empty tanks is 8.
OPTIONS
VACUUM WAND
The vacuum wand uses the machine’s vacuum
system. The vacuum wand and hose allows
pick-up of spills that are out of reach of the
machine.
WARNING: Flammable materials or
reactive metals can cause explosion or
fire. Do not pick up.
1. Turn the machine power off. See the STOP
THE MACHINE section of the manual.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, turn off machine.
2. Set the parking brake.
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3. Remove the vacuum wand equipment from
the tank cover, and the back of the machine.
4. Remove the squeegee suction hose from the
top of the rear squeegee.
5. Connect the vacuum wand hose and the
squeegee suction hose with the adapter.
6. Put together the wand and the wand hose.
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7. Turn the machine power on. See the
STARTING THE MACHINE section of the
manual.
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8. Press the rear squeegee switch to turn on
the vacuum.
NOTE: The rear squeegee will also lower.
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9. Vacuum the floor.
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10. When finished, shut off the vacuum with the
rear squeegee switch.
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11. When finished, shut off the vacuum, and
raise the rear squeege with the rear
squeegee switch.
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12. Turn the machine power off. See the STOP
THE MACHINE section of the manual.
13. Disconnect the vacuum hose from the
squeegee suction hose.
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14. Reconnect the squeegee suction hose to the
top of the squeegee.
15. Clean and rinse the vacuum wand
equipment.
16. Secure the vacuum wand equipment on top
of the tank cover.
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POWER WAND
The power wand uses the machine’s vacuum and
solution systems. The power wand allows
scrubbing of floors that are out of reach of the
machine.
WARNING: Flammable materials or
reactive metals can cause explosion or
fire. Do not pick up.
1. Turn the machine power off. See the STOP
THE MACHINE section of the manual.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, turn off machine.
2. Set the machine parking brake.
3. Remove the power wand equipment from the
tank cover.
4. Remove the squeegee suction hose from the
top of the rear squeegee.
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5. Connect the vacuum wand hose and the
squeegee suction hose with the adapter.
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6. Attach the end of solution hose to the
quick-disconnect. Push the connector in until
it stops. Pull on the hose to make sure it is
connected.
7. Attach the other ends of the solution and
vacuum hoses to the power wand.
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8. Turn the machine power on. See the
STARTING THE MACHINE section of the
manual.
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9. Press the rear squeegee switch to turn on
the vacuum.
NOTE: The rear squeegee will also lower.
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10. Press the top of the power wand switch to
turn the power wand on.
11. Squeeze the solution lever on the power
wand to spray solution on the floor. Scrub
the floor with the brush side of the cleaning
tool.
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12. Vacuum up the solution by turning over the
cleaning tool so the squeegee side is down.
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If the cleaning tool is hard to push or is not
picking up the solution very well, adjust the
roller wheels on the tool by turning the black
adjustment knob.
NOTE: The wheels are properly adjusted when
the squeegee blades deflect slightly while the tool
is pushed back and forth.
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13. When finished, press the bottom of the
power wand switch to turn off the power
wand.
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14. Press the rear squeegee switch to shut off
the vacuum.
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15. Turn the machine power off. See the STOP
THE MACHINE section of the manual.
16. Disconnect the solution hose from the
machine.
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17. Remove the vacuum hose from the
squeegee suction hose.
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18. Reconnect the squeegee suction hose to the
squeegee.
19. Disconnect the other ends of the solution
and vacuum hoses from the power wand.
20. Secure the power wand equipment on top of
the tank cover.
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MACHINE TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Trailing water − poor or no water
pickup.
Rear squeegee blades worn
Rotate or replace blades
Rear squeegee out of
adjustment
Adjust rear squeegee
Rear squeegee raised
Lower rear squeegee
Side squeegees raised
Lower side squeegees
Side squeegee blades worn
Replace side squeegee blades
Side squeegees out of
adjustment
Adjust side squeegees
Too much solution flow to floor
Reduce solution flow to floor
Vacuum hose clogged
Flush vacuum hoses
Recovery tank cover not seated
Reseat tank cover
Recovery tank cover seal worn
Replace seal
Recovery tank full.
Drain recovery tank
Float stuck shutting off vacuum
Clean float
Debris caught on rear squeegee
Remove debris
Foam filling recovery tank
Empty recovery tank; use less or
change detergent
Vacuum hose to rear squeegee
disconnected or damaged
Reconnect or replace vacuum
hose
Recovery tank full
Drain recovery tank
Vacuum fan circuit breaker
tripped
Reset circuit breaker
Machine in reverse or neutral
Propel forward
Vacuum fan failure
Contact Tennant service
representative
Solution tank empty
Fill solution tank
Solution flow lever off
Open solution flow lever
Solution supply lines plugged
Flush solution supply lines
ES switch off
Turn ES switch on
Manual control valve closed
Open valve more
Brush pressure light blinks and
changes to a lower pressure
setting.
Brush pressure set to heavy for
the application
Decrease brush pressure setting
ES system does not fill solution
tank.
Clogged solution pump or lines
Flush ES system
ES float switch(es) stuck
Clean switch floats of debris
Clogged ES pump filter
Clean ES filter
Water levels too low in tanks
Add water to tanks
Vacuum fan will not turn on
Little or no solution flow to the
floor.
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Problem
Excessive dusting.
Cause
Remedy
Brush skirts and dust seals worn, Replace or adjust brush skirts or
damaged, out of adjustment.
dust seals.
Hopper dust filter clogged.
Shake and/or clean or replace
dust filter.
Sweeping vacuum will not
activate.
Make sure hopper is in the
lowered position
Reset Thermo Sentry
Contact Tennant service
representative.
Poor sweeping performance.
FaST System does not operate
Thermo Sentry tripped.
Reset Thermo Sentry.
Brush bristles worn.
Replace brushes.
Sweeping brushes not properly
adjusted.
Adjust brushes.
Debris caught in brush drive
mechanism.
Remove debris.
Brush drive failure.
Contact Tennant service
representative.
Hopper full.
Empty hopper.
Hopper lip skirts worn or
damaged.
Replace lip skirts.
FaST switch is set for
Conventional scrubbing
Set the FaST switch for FaST
system scrubbing
FaST
Determine cause and reset the
10A circuit breaker button
circuit breaker tripped
Clogged FaST PAK supply hose
and/or connector
Soak connector and hose in
warm water and clean
FaST PAK carton is empty or not Replace FaST PAK carton
connected
and/or connect supply hose
FaST system is not primed
To prime, operate the FaST solution system for 7 to 10 minutes.
Clogged flow control
orifice/screen
Remove and clean orifice/screen
Faulty pump or air compressor
Contact TENNANT
representative
Clogged filter screen
Drain solution tank, remove and
clean filter screen
Faulty detergent timer module
Contact Tennant representative
Mineral deposit build−up in
module
Flush module (See ec−H2O
MODULE FLUSH
PROCEDURE)
ec−H2O Model:
ec−H2O system indicator light
solid red
Defective module
Contact Service Center
ec−H2O Model:
ec−H2O system indicator light
does not turn on
Defective light or module
Contact Service Center
ec−H2O Model:
No water flow
Clogged module
Contact Service Center
Defective solution pump
Replace solution pump
ec−H2O Model:
ec−H2O system indicator light
blinking red
ec−H2O Model:
Alarm sounds
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MAINTENANCE
1
21
3
24
2 5
7 22
11 10 26 23 19 12 18
14
16
2
9
15
21
4
6
1
7 8
11
17
13
21
20 25
MAINTENANCE CHART
NOTE: Check procedures indicated () after the first 50-hours of operation.
Interval
Daily
Key
Rear and side squeegees
Check for damage, wear
and adjustment
2
3
3
4
5
6
Brushes
Recovery tank
Recovery tank, ES mode
Solution tank, ES mode
Vacuum fan filter
Debris trough
(Cylindrical brushes only)
Debris hopper
Dust filter
Machine
FaST PAK supply hose
and connector
Check for damage and wear
Clean
Clean ES filter
Clean and flush
Clean and flush
Check and clean
7
Cylindrical scrub brushes
8
Scrub head floor skirts
(Disk brush heads only)
Sweeping assembly side
and recirculation skirts
Front flap skirt
Battery cells
FaST Filter screen
Cylindrical conveyor
Brakes
14
50 Hours
100 Hours
Procedure
1
14
15
−
26
50 Hours
Description
9
9
26
16
17
No. of
Lubricant/ Service
Fluid
Points
−
3
−
1
−
5, (6)
−
1
−
1
−
1
−
1
−
1
Clean
Check and clean
Check for leaks
Clean and connect hose to storing plug when not in use
Check Taper
Rotate front to rear
Check for damage and wear
−
−
−
−
1
1
1
1
−
−
−
2
2
1
Check for damage and wear
−
4
Check for damage and wear
Check electrolyte level
Clean
Check for damage and wear
Check adjustment
−
DW
−
−
−
1
1
1
1
1
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Interval
Key
Description
Procedure
100 Hours 18 Sweeping brush drive belts Check for damage, adjustment or
wear
19 Sweeping vacuum fan belt Check for damage, adjustment or
wear
7
Cylindrical scrub
Check for damage, adjustment or
brush drive belts
and wear
14 Hopper seals
Check for damage and wear
15 Hopper filter and seals
Check for damage, clean or replace
20 Hopper lift arms
Lubricate
11 Machine and tank cover
Check for damage and wear
seals
10 Hydraulic fluid
Check fluid level
12 Front wheel support
Lubricate
bearing
13
22
200 Hours
500 Hours
21
26
12
12
24
17
20
24
23
1000
Hours
10
13
24
−
1
−
−
5
2
SPL
−
4
5
HYDO
SPL
1
1
GL
SPL
1
8(4)
−
−
3
1
−
SPL
−
GL
GL
−
1
1
1
1
2
2
−
2
−
−
GL
−
1
1
1
2
Check motor brushes
Check motor brushes
−
−
2
2
Check motor brushes
Replace
−
−
1
2
* Change filter element
−
All
* Change hydraulic fluid
HYDO
1
Front wheel
Rear wheel bearings
Scrub head gas spring
Steering gear chain
Hopper drive chains
Sweeping vacuum fan
motors
Scrubbing vacuum fan
motors
Hydraulic hoses
Propelling gearbox
Torque wheel nuts
Check, lubricate, and adjust
Check for wear and operation
Check tension and lubricate
Check tension and lubricate
Check motor brushes
10
2400
Hours
10
Hydraulic fluid reservoir
13
26
1
Check lubricant level
Lubricate
1200
Hours
25
24
−
Propelling gearbox
Scrub head drag link arm
pivot points
(S/N 0000−1107)
Tires
FaST Air filter
(S/N 0000−1121)
Scrubbing brush drive
motors
Side brush drive motor(s)
Sweeping brush drive
motors
Propelling motor
FaST injector filters
(SN 1122−
)
Hydraulic fluid filter
No. of
Lubricant/ Service
Fluid
Points
−
2
Check for damage and wear
Clean
Check motor brushes
Check for damage and wear
Change fill-level plug seals
Change gear lubricant
Check motor brushes
NOTE: Change the hydraulic fluid, filter, and suction strainer, indicated (*), after every 800 hours for
machines NOT originally equipped with TennantTrue premium hydraulic fluid. (See Hydraulics section).
SPL − Special lubricant, Lubriplate EMB grease (Tennant part no. 01433−1)
GL − SAE 90 weight gear lubricant
HYDO − TennantTrue premium hydraulic fluid or equivalent
DW − Distilled water
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LUBRICATION
PROPELLING GEARBOX
Check the lubricant level in the propelling gearbox
every 100 hours of operation. Change the gear
lubricant, and the drain and fill-level plug seals
after the first 50 hours of operation, and then
every 1000 hours of operation. Use SAE 90
weight gear lubricant.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
block machine tires before jacking
machine up.
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FRONT WHEEL SUPPORT BEARING
The front wheel support has two grease fittings for
the bearing. Raise the machine so the front wheel
is off the floor. Fill one of the grease fittings while
rotating the gearbox from stop to stop. Fill the
second grease fitting while rotating the gearbox
back to the original position. The bearing cavity is
full when grease comes out of the fittings, or out
of the top seal.
Lubricate with Lubriplate EMB grease (Tennant
part no. 01433−1) every 100 hours of machine
operation, or after steam cleaning the gearbox
area.
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FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
use hoist or jack that will support the
weight of the machine.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
jack machine up at designated locations
only. Block machine up with jack
stands.
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SCRUB HEAD DRAG LINK ARMS
(S/N 0000−1107)
The scrub head drag link arms have a grease
fitting at each of the pivot points. Lubricate with
Lubriplate EMB grease (Tennant Part No.
01433−1) every 100 hours of operation.
The Max Pro 1000 disk scrub head has four link
arms that need lubrication.
The Max Pro 1200 disk scrub head has two link
arms that need lubrication.
The Max Pro 1000 and the Max Pro 1200
cylindrical scrub heads each have two arms that
need lubrication.
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REAR WHEEL BEARINGS
Inspect the rear wheel bearings for seal damage,
and repack and adjust every 500 hours of
operation. Use Lubriplate EMB grease (Tennant
part number 01433−1).
HOPPER LIFT ARMS
The hopper lift arms each have two grease
fittings. The first pivot point is located down on the
base of the arms, close to the machine. Lubricate
with Lubriplate EMB grease (Tennant Part No.
01433−1) every 100 hours of operation.
The second pivot points are located close to the
sides of the hopper where the hopper lift arms
connect. Lubricate with Lubriplate EMB grease
(Tennant Part No. 01433−1) every 100 hours of
operation.
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STEERING GEAR CHAIN
The steering gear chain is located by the foot
pedals. Lubricate the chain with SAE 90 weight
gear lubricant after the first 50, and then after
every 500 hours of operation.
HOPPER LIFT DRIVE CHAIN
The hopper lift drive chain is located on the left
hand side of the machine, close to the hopper.
Lubricate the chain with SAE 90 weight gear
lubricant after the first 50, and then after every
500 hours of operation.
HOPPER TILT DRIVE CHAIN
The hopper tilt drive chain is located on the left
hand side of the machine, along side the hopper
lift arm. Lubricate the chain with SAE 90 weight
gear lubricant after the first 50, and then after
every 500 hours of operation.
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HYDRAULICS
HYDRAULIC FLUID RESERVOIR
The hydraulic reservoir holds the hydraulic fluid for
the hydrualic lift cylinder and the power steering
unit. It is located underneath the front cover of the
machine. A filler cap is mounted on top of the
reservoir.
Check the hydraulic fluid level at operating
temperature after every 100 hours of operation.
The reservoir should be filled to 2” +/− .5” below
the top of the reservoir. The top of the spring
assembly that holds down the filter inside the
reservoir can be used as a gauge.
Lubricate the filler cap gasket with a film of
hydraulic fluid before putting the cap back on the
reservoir.
Lubricate the filler cap gasket with a film of
hydraulic fluid before putting the cap back on the
reservoir.
ATTENTION! Do not overfill the
hydraulic fluid reservoir or operate the
machine with a low level of hydraulic
fluid in the reservoir. Damage to the
machine hydraulic system may result.
Drain and refill the hydraulic fluid reservoir with
new TennantTrue premium hydraulic fluid after
every 2400 hours of operation. Machines have a
blue colored drop (left photo) on the hydraulic fluid
label if originally equipped with TennantTrue
premium hydraulic fluid.
TennantTrue Fluid
Previous Fluid
NOTE: Change the hydraulic fluid, filter, and
suction strainer after every 800 hours for ALL
machines that have NOT consistently used
TennantTrue premium hydraulic fluid or
equivalent.
The reservoir has a built−in filter outlet that filters
hydraulic fluid before it enters the system.
Replace the filter every 1200 hours of operation.
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HYDRAULIC FLUID
TennantTrue premium
hydraulic fluid (Extended Life)
Part number
ISO Grade
Capacity
1057707
32
3.8 L (1 gal)
1057708
32
19 L (5 gal)
If using a locally−available hydraulic fluid, be sure
the specifications match the Tennant hydraulic
fluid specifications. Substitute fluids can cause
premature failure of hydraulic components.
ATTENTION! Hydraulic components
depend on system hydraulic fluid for
internal lubrication. Malfunctions,
accelerated wear, and damage will result
if dirt or other contaminants enter the
hydraulic system.
HYDRAULIC HOSES
Check the hydraulic hoses after every 500 hours
of operation for wear or damage.
Fluid escaping at high pressure from a very small
hole can be almost invisible, and can cause
serious injuries.
See a doctor at once if injury results from
escaping hydraulic fluid. Serious infection or
reaction can develop if proper medical treatment is
not given immediately.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
use cardboard to locate leaking
hydraulic fluid under pressure.
If you discover a fluid leak, contact your mechanic
or supervisor.
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BATTERIES
The batteries are unique in that they hold their
power for long periods of time. The lifetime of the
batteries is limited by the number of charges the
batteries receive. To get the most life from the
batteries, charge them when all the battery
discharge indicator segments shut off (20%
charge left). Use an automatic charger with the
proper rating for the batteries.
Periodically clean the top surface of the batteries
and terminals with a strong solution of baking
soda and water. Brush the solution sparingly over
the battery tops, terminals, and cable clamps. Do
not allow any baking soda solution to enter the
batteries. Use a wire brush to clean the terminal
posts and the cable connectors. After cleaning,
apply a coating of clear battery post protectant to
the terminals and the cable connectors. Check the
batteries for loose connections. Keep the tops of
the batteries clean and dry.
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Keep all metallic objects off the top of the
batteries, which may cause a short circuit.
Replace any worn or damaged wires.
Check the electrolyte level in each battery cell
before and after charging, and after every 50
hours of operation. Do not charge the batteries
unless the fluid is slightly above the battery plates.
If needed, add just enough distilled water to cover
the plates. Never add acid to the batteries. Do not
overfill. Always keep the battery caps on, except
when adding water or taking hydrometer readings.
Measuring the specific gravity, using a
hydrometer, is a way to determine the charge level
and condition of the batteries. If one or more of
the battery cells test lower than the other battery
cells (0.050 or more), the cell is damaged,
shorted, or is about to fail.
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NOTE: Do not take readings immediately after
adding distilled water. If the water and acid are not
thoroughly mixed, the readings may not be
accurate. Check the hydrometer readings against
the following chart to determine the remaining
battery charge level:
SPECIFIC GRAVITY at
27 C
BATTERY
CHARGE
1.290
100% Charged
1.252
75% Charged
1.200
50% Charged
1.177
25% Charged
1.140
Discharged
NOTE: If the readings are taken when the battery
electrolyte is any temperature other than 27 C,
the reading must be temperature corrected. Add
or subtract to the specific gravity reading 0.004, 4
points, for each 6 C above or below 27C.
NOTE: For machines with the rollout battery
option, remove the cable tie before removing
batteries.
CHARGING THE BATTERIES
1. Drive the machine to a flat, dry surface in a
well-ventilated area.
2. Turn the machine power off and set the
parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, turn off machine.
3. Open the top battery compartment cover.
The support arm will engage when the cover
is lifted all the way up.
WARNING: Batteries emit hydrogen
gas. Explosion or fire can result. Keep
sparks and open flame away. Keep
covers open when charging.
4. Open the rear battery compartment door.
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5. Check the electrolyte level in all the battery
cells.
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6. If the level is low, add just enough distilled
water to cover the battery plates. DO NOT
OVERFILL. The batteries can overflow
during charging due to expansion.
NOTE: Make sure the battery caps are in place
while charging.
FOR SAFETY: When maintaining or
servicing machine, avoid contact with
battery acid.
7. Unplug the battery connector from the
machine connector.
8. Plug the charger connector into the battery
connector.
9. Plug the battery charger into the wall outlet.
NOTE: If the red “ABNORMAL CYCLE” lamp
lights when the TENNANT charger is plugged into
a wall outlet, the charger can not charge the
battery and there is something wrong with the
battery.
10.The Tennant charger will start automatically.
When the batteries are fully charged, the
Tennant charger will automatically turn off.
NOTE: Use a charger with the proper rating for
the batteries to prevent damage to the batteries or
reduce the battery life.
NOTE: If the charger needs to be disconnected
from the machine before the batteries are fully
charged and the charger has not automatically
shut off, turn off the charger before disconnecting
it.
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11. After the charger has turned off, unplug the
charger from the wall outlet.
12. Unplug the charger connector from the
battery connector on the machine.
13. Reconnect the battery connector to the
machine connector.
14. Check the electrolyte level in each battery
cell after charging. If needed, add distilled
water to raise the electrolyte level to about
12mm below the bottom of the sight tubes.
FOR SAFETY: When maintaining or
servicing machine, avoid contact with
battery acid.
15. Close the rear battery compartment door.
Disengage the support arm, and close the
top battery compartment cover.
CONTROL PANEL
The control panel can be used to run a
self-diagnostic test of the machine electrical
components and system. When the self-diagnostic
test is running, motors and actuators on the
machine will activate.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
avoid moving parts. Do not wear loose
jackets, shirts, or sleeves.
1. Turn the machine off.
2. Press and hold the logo switch.
3. Turn the machine power on.
4. Continue pressing the logo switch for 15
seconds or until the down pressure display
screen appears.
5. Press and release the TENNANT logo
button two more times. The SELF TEST
screen will appear on the display.
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6. Press the switch next to SELF TEST.
7. While the diagnostic is running, the machine
systems will activate as follows:
The brushes and squeegee raise.
The vacuum fan starts and the
squeegee lowers. The squeegee raises
and the vacuum fan shuts off.
The rear squeegee lowers and then
raises back up.
Self Test
Display Maint.
Enable Maint.
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The brushes turn on and off.
The solution tank auto-fill valve (option)
turns on and off.
If the machine has ES, the ES pump
turns on and off.
If the machine has FaST / ec−H20, the
FaST / ec−H20 system turns on and off.
The vacuum fan relay is momentarily
energized (the vacuum fan does not
turn on).
The brushes turn on and off.
The recovery tank auto-fill valve (option)
turns on and off.
8. If the electrical system passes the
self-diagnostic test, an OK message will
appear on the control panel display.
If the self-diagnostic test finds an error in the
system, an error message will appear on the
control panel display. Note the error
message displayed, and contact the service
personnel.
9. Turn off the diagnostic by turning off the
machine power.
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ELECTRIC MOTORS
The carbon brushes on the sweeping and
scrubbing vacuum fan motors should be inspected
every 500 hours of machine operation. The brush
drive motors and propelling motor should be
inspected every 1000 hours of operation.
PROPELLING CIRCUIT
The propelling circuit is a transistorized controller.
It controls the forward and reverse speed of the
machine and is located in the controller panel. The
circuit cannot be serviced by the user − only
trained personnel should be allowed to work on it.
Do not steam clean or spray the panel with water
because the electrical system may be damaged.
NOTE: A static discharge grounding strap should
be used when servicing the electronic circuitry.
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SWEEPING ASSEMBLY
The sweeping assembly allows the machine to
pick up small debris.
DUST FILTER
The dust filter filters the air pulled up from the
hopper. The dust filter is equipped with a shaker to
remove the accumulated dust particles. The dust
filter shaker will activate automatically for ten
seconds when sweeping stops. It can also be
activated by pressing the filter shaker switch.
Shake the dust filter before emptying and cleaning
the hopper at the end of every work shift. Check
and clean or replace the dust filter every 50 hours
of operation.
To clean the dust filter, use one of the following
methods:
SHAKING − Press the sweep switch to stop
sweeping, or press the filter shaker switch.
TAPPING − Tap the filter gently on a flat
surface, with the dirty side down. Do not
damage the edges of the filter element or the
filter will not seat properly in the filter frame.
AIR − Always wear eye protection when
using compressed air. Blow air through the
dust filter opposite the direction of the
arrows. Never use more than 690 kPa
(100 psi) of air pressure and never closer
than 50 mm away from the filter.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
wear eye and ear protection when using
pressurized air or water.
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REMOVING THE DUST FILTER
1. Stop the machine, set the parking brake and
turn the machine power off.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
2. Unlatch both sides of the hopper cover, and
remove the hopper cover from the machine.
3. Unplug the filter shaker from the main
harness.
NOTE: Carefully pull the wires apart from the
bodies of the plugs. Do not unplug the
connections from the shaking mechanism. Do not
pull on the wires. Damage could occur to the wires
or the shaking mechanism.
4. Lift the dust filter element out of hopper.
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5. Cut any cables ties securing the VCS
system filter shaker to the filter, and lift the
VCS system filter shaker off of the filter.
6. Clean or discard the Instant Access filter as
required.
7.
Place the VCS system filter shaker onto the
new or cleaned filter. Use care to insert the
shaking pin into the filter comb correctly.
8.
Place the edges of the shaker firmly
between the filter and the filter seal. Secure
the VCS system filter shaker to the filter with
cable ties.
NOTE: When installed properly, the shaker plate
cannot move in either front−to−back or
side−to−side directions. If the shaker is loose, it
will not function properly.
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9.
The filter shaker should lay flat against the
filter. Check to make sure the comb tab is
not caught below the filter shaker plate.
10. Check the shaker solenoid gap with the end
of the shipping tab. The gap should be the
same width as the tab. If it is not, loosen the
mounting screws, adjust the gap by
repositioning the shaker solenoid, then
retighten the screws.
11. Return the filter back into the machine.
Fasten the VCS system filter shaker to the
filter with two new cable ties.
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12. Reconnect the main harness to the shaker
mechanism.
13. Check the dust filter seals.
14. Replace hopper cover and secure with
latches.
THERMO SENTRY
The Thermo Sentry senses the temperature of the
air pulled up from the hopper. If there is a fire in
the hopper, the Thermo Sentry stops the vacuum
fan air flow.
If this occurs, drive the machine to a safe location,
open the hopper and eliminate the source of heat.
Turn the machine off and back on to reset the
Thermo Sentry.
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MAIN SWEEPING BRUSH
The main sweeping brush is cylindrical and spans
the width of the sweeping assembly. The brush
sweeps small debris into the debris hopper.
The brush should be inspected daily for wear and
damage. Remove any string or wire found tangled
on the brush, brush drive hub, or brush idler.
Check the main brush pattern every time a new
brush is installed. Replace the brushes when they
no longer clean effectively.
REPLACING THE MAIN SWEEPING BRUSH
1. Lower the sweeping assembly.
2. Turn the machine power off when the brush
just touches the floor, and set the parking
brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
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3. Unlatch and open the right side main brush
door.
4. Remove the hardware mounting the brush
idler plate to brush arm.
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5. Remove the idler plate and the old brush.
6. Install the new brush in the machine. Line up
the drive end of the new brush with the drive
plug.
7. Install the idler plate to the brush arm with
the mounting hardware.
8. Check the brush pattern as described in
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING THE
SWEEPING MAIN BRUSH PATTERN.
9. Close and latch the main brush door.
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING THE MAIN
SWEEPING BRUSH PATTERN
1. Apply chalk, or some other material that will
not blow away easily, to a smooth, level
floor.
2. Turn the machine power on.
3. With the sweeping assembly raised, position
the sweeping assembly over the chalked
area.
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4. With a foot on the brake to keep the machine
from moving, lower the sweeping assembly
to the floor for 15 to 20 seconds.
5. Raise the sweeping assembly and back the
machine away from the test area.
NOTE: If no chalk or other material is available,
allow the brush to spin on the floor for two
minutes.
6. Look at the main brush pattern made. The
pattern should measure evenly 50 to 75 mm
across the length of the brush.
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7. If the brush pattern is tapered more than
15 mm from one end of the pattern to the
other, the main brush needs to be leveled.
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To level the main brush, open the right side
brush panel. Loosen the hex nut on the
adjustment screw, and raise or lower the
adjustment screw to raise or lower the main
sweeping brush. Tighten the nut on the
adjustment screw.
8. Check the brush pattern again, and readjust
if necessary.
9. Close the right side brush panel.
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CYLINDRICAL CONVEYOR
The cylindrical conveyor operates above the main
sweeping brush, and spans the width of the
sweeping assembly. The cylindrical conveyor lifts
small debris swept up by the main sweepng brush,
into the debris hopper.
The conveyor should be inspected every
100 hours of operation for wear and damage.
Remove any string or wire found tangled on the
conveyor, drive hub, or idler.
Check the cylindrical conveyor every time the
main sweeping brush is replaced. The conveyor
should be replaced whenever the bristles measure
30 mm or less in length.
REPLACING THE CYLINDRICAL CONVEYOR
1. Turn the machine power off and set the
parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
2. Unlatch and open the right side main brush
door.
3. Remove the hardware mounting the idler
plate to the conveyor.
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4. Remove the idler plate and the old cylindrical
conveyor.
5. Engage the hopper support bar. See the
ENGAGING THE HOPPER SUPPORT BAR
section of the manual.
6. Install the new cylindrical conveyor into the
machine. Reach under the debris hopper to
help guide the conveyor onto the drive plug.
7. Install the cylindrical conveyor idler plate with
the mounting hardware.
8. Close and latch the main brush door.
9. Disengage the hopper support bar. See the
DISENGAGING THE HOPPER SUPPORT
BAR section of the manual.
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SIDE SWEEPING BRUSH
The side sweeping brush(es) sweep debris into
the path of the main brush. Check the side
brush(es) daily for wear or damage. Remove any
string or wire found tangled on the side brush(es)
or side brush drive shafts.
The side sweeping brush(es) pattern should be
checked periodically. The side brush bristles
should contact the floor in a 10 o’clock to 3 o’clock
pattern when the brush is in motion. The side
brush pattern adjustment is made by turning the
side brush adjustment knob.
Replace the brush(es) when they no longer clean
effectively.
REPLACING AND ADJUSTING THE SIDE
SWEEPING BRUSH(ES)
1. Turn the machine power off and set the
parking brake.
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FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
2. Remove the retaining hardware mounting
the side brush to the side brush drive shaft.
3. Slide the side brush off the side brush drive
shaft.
4. Slide the new side brush onto the side brush
drive shaft.
5. Mount the new side brush to the drive shaft
with the mounting hardware.
6. Lower the hopper assembly
7. Check the side brush pattern. To increase
the bristle contact with the floor, turn the side
brush adjustment knob counter− clockwise.
To decrease, turn the side brush adjustment
knob clockwise.
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SCRUB HEAD
The machine can be equipped with either disk or
cylindrical heads. There are two scrub head
widths available for each type of scrub head. The
scrub head floor skirts control water spray from
the brushes.
The Max Pro 1000 disc head has two disks, and
a 1020 mm scrubbing path. The Max Pro 1200
disc head has three disks, and a 1220 mm path.
The Max Pro 1000 cylindrical head has a
1020 mm scrubbing path, and the Max Pro 1200
cylindrical head has a 1220 mm path.
SCRUB HEAD GAS SPRING
Check the scrub head gas spring for wear and
proper operation every 500 hours of operation.
SCRUB HEAD ADJUSTMENTS
The cylindrical scrub head is factory adjusted, and
the measurements should not be changed unless
scrub head parts are damaged or are replaced.
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SCRUB BRUSHES
The machine can be equipped with either disk or
cylindrical scrub brushes. Check scrub brushes
daily for wire or string tangled around the brush or
brush drive hub. Also check for brush damage and
wear.
DISK BRUSHES
Replace the brushes when they no longer clean
effectively.
NOTE: Replace worn brushes in sets. Scrubbing
with brushes of unequal bristle length will result in
diminished scrubbing performance.
REPLACING THE DISK BRUSHES
1. Raise the scrub head.
2. Turn the machine power off and set the
parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine, and remove key.
3. Raise the side squeegee and lock in the up
position using the side squeegee double
scrub latches.
4. Turn the brush until you can see the brush
spring clip.
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5. Squeeze the brush spring clips together with
your thumb and index finger. The brush will
drop off the brush drive hub. Pull the brush
out from under the scrub head.
6. Place the new scrub brush on the floor in
front of the scrub head. Push the brush
under the scrub head.
7. Line up the brush drive socket with the drive
plug.
8. While squeezing the brush spring clip
together with your thumb and index finger, lift
the scrub brush onto the drive plug.
9. Check to make sure the brush is securely
mounted on the brush drive hub.
10.Lift up on the side squeegee while releasing
the side squeegee double scrub latches.
Lower the side squeegee to the down
position.
11. Repeat for the other brush.
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CYLINDRICAL BRUSHES
Check the brush taper and rotate the brushes
from front-to-rear every 50 hours of machine
operation for maximum brush life and best
scrubbing performance. Check and clean the
cylindrical head debris trough daily.
Replace the brushes when they no longer clean
effectively.
NOTE: Replace worn brushes in pairs. Scrubbing
with brushes of unequal bristle length will result in
diminished scrubbing performance.
NOTE: Fill the solution tank before checking or
adjusting the brush pattern.
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING CYLINDRICAL
BRUSH PATTERN
1. Apply chalk (or another material that will not
easily blow away), to a smooth, level section
of the floor.
2. Set the parking brake.
3. Lower the scrub head in the chalked area.
Allow the machine to scrub in the same
place for 15 to 20 seconds.
NOTE: If chalk or other material is not available,
allow the brushes to spin on the floor for two
minutes. A polish mark will remain on the floor.
4. Raise the scrub head and move the machine
away from the chalked area. Turn the
machine power off.
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5. Observe the shape of the brush patterns. If
the brush patterns have parallel sides, the
brushes do not need adjustment.
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If one, or both of the brush patterns are
tapered, the brushes need adjustment to
straighten the brush pattern.
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A. Open the side squeegee support door
with the latch. Swing the support door
outward to access the idler support
cover.
B. Loosen the larger mounting screw on
the outside of the idler door.
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C. Raise or lower the end of the brush with
the smaller brush adjustment screw as
needed to straighten the brush pattern.
D. Tighten the mounting screw to secure
the brush.
E. Close the side squeegee support door.
Check the brush patterns again and
readjust as necessary until both
patterns are the same.
6. If one brush pattern is wider than the other,
the scrub head needs to be leveled.
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Level the scrub head by turning the top
scrub head drag link arm on both sides of
the scrub head.
Check the brush patterns again and readjust
as necessary until both patterns are the
same.
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REPLACING THE CYLINDRICAL BRUSHES
1. Press the scrubbing switch. When the scrub
head is approximately 25 mm from the floor,
turn the machine power off.
2. Set the parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine, and remove key.
3. Open the side squeegee support door with
the latch. Swing the support door outward to
access the idler support cover.
4. Lift up on the idler support latch to release
the idler support cover.
5. Pull the idler plug off the brush, and pull the
old brush out of the scrub head.
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6. Position the brush with the double row end
towards you. Guide the new brush onto the
drive hub.
NOTE: Cylindrical scrub brushes must be installed
with the herringbone patterns on the brushes
pointing towards each other for best debris pick
up.
7. Insert the Idler plug (on the inside of the idler
support cover), into the brush.
8. Secure the idler support cover with the idler
support latch.
9. Firmly close the side squeegee support door.
Check that the door bumper is tight against
the debris tray.
10.Repeat for the other brush on the other side
of the scrub head.
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SOLUTION SYSTEM
SOLUTION VALVE
The solution valve controls the flow of solution to
the scrub brushes. The valve linkage should
provide the valve with fully open to fully closed
positions.
The solution control cable can be adjusted at the
solution lever or valve ends of the cable. To adjust
the cable at the solution lever end, open the
machine cover. To adjust the cable at the solution
valve end of the cable, locate the valve by the
scrub head. Adjust the cable with the valve in the
off position.
The solution lever has two mounting holes for the
solution cable clevis. In the factory, the cable is
mounted on the inside hole. The cable clevis can
be moved to the outside hole for greater solution
flow to the floor. This mounting position would be
for rough floor conditions only.
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RECOVERY TANK
The recovery tank stores recovered solution.
The recovery tank should be drained and cleaned
daily, after the solution tank is empty, whenever
the float stops the vacuum fan, or the recovery
tank full indicator lights. See DRAINING AND
CLEANING THE TANKS section of this manual.
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The vacuum fan filter should be cleaned daily. See
DRAINING AND CLEANING THE TANKS section
of this manual.
ES: The ES filter should be cleaned daily.
The outside of the tank can be cleaned with vinyl
cleaner.
SOLUTION TANK
The solution tank stores the cleaning solution.
The solution tank does not require regular
maintenance. If deposits form on the bottom of the
tank, rinse the tank with a strong blast of warm
water. The tank can be flushed through the fill
opening. Drain the tank with the solution tank
drain hose.
ES: The solution tank should be drained and
cleaned daily. Rinse the solution outlet filters at
the bottom of the tank through the drain access.
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FaST SYSTEM
FaST SUPPLY HOSE CONNECTOR
The FaST supply hose connector is located below
the FaST PAK holder. Soak the connector in warm
water if detergent buildup is visible. When a FaST
PAK carton is not installed, store the supply hose
connector on the storing plug to prevent the hose
from clogging.
FaST SYSTEM FILTER SCREEN
The FaST system filter screen is located under
the solution tank and filters the water from the
solution tank as it flows into the FaST system.
Remove the filter screen bowl and clean the filter
screen after every 50 hours of machine operation.
Empty the solution tank before removing the filter.
FaST SYSTEM AIR PUMP FILTER
(S/N 0000−1121)
The FaST system air pump filter is located on the
side of the air pump.
Remove and clean out the air filter with
compressed air after every 200 hours of FaST
scrubbing.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
wear eye protection when using
pressurized air or water.
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FaST SYSTEM AIR PUMP FILTER
(S/N 1122−
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The FaST system injector filters are located under
the FaST−PAK holder.
Replace the FaST system injector filters after
every 1000 hours of operation. Empty the solution
tank before replacing the filters.
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ec−H2O MODULE FLUSH PROCEDURE
This procedure is only required when an alarm
sounds and the ec−H2O system indicator light
begins to blink red.
1. Remove the siphon hose from the retainer.
2. Disconnect the ec−H2O system intake hose
from the solution supply hose and the
ec−H2O system outlet hose from the hose to
the scrub head.
3. Connect the siphon hose to the ec−H2O
system intake hose and place the siphon
hose into container containing 2 gallons (7.6
liters) of white or rice vinegar.
NOTE: Use white or rice vinegar only. The
acidity level should be between 4−8%. Do not use
other acids for this procedure.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
wear protective gloves and eye
protection when handling vinegar.
4. Place the ec−H2O system intake hose into a
empty bucket.
5. Turn the key to the on ( I ) position.
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6. Press the top of the ec−H2O switch to place
the ec−H2O system into low.
NOTE: The ec−H2O system must be placed into
low before it can be flushed.
7. Press and release the ec−H20 module flush
switch to start the flush cycle.
NOTE: The module will automatically shut off
when the flush cycle is complete (approx. 7
minutes). The module must run the full 7 minute
cycle in order to reset the system indicator light
and alarm.
8. After the 7 minute flush cycle, remove the
siphon hose from the container of vinegar
and place the siphon hose into a container of
cool clean water. Press the flush switch
again to rinse out any remaining vinegar
from the module. After 1−2 minutes, press
the flush switch to turn off the module.
9. Disconnect the siphon hose from the
ec−H2O system intake hose.
10.Reconnect ec−H20 intake and outlet hoses.
If the ec−H2O system indicator light
continues to flash, repeat the flush
procedure. If the problem persists, contact
an Authorized Service Center.
11. Reconnect the siphon hose to the retainer
and neatly coil the hose for storage.
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SQUEEGEES
As the machine travels forward the squeegees
wipe the dirty solution off the floor, which is then
picked up and drawn into the recovery tank. The
front blade channels the water, and the rear blade
wipes the floor.
The side squeegees control water spray and
channel water into the path of the rear squeegee.
REAR SQUEEGEE
Check the squeegee blades for damage and wear
daily. Rotate or replace either of the squeegee
blades if the leading edge is torn or worn half-way
through the thickness of the blade.
The squeegee can be adjusted for leveling and
deflection. The deflection and leveling of the
squeegee blades should be checked daily, or
when scrubbing a different type of floor.
LEVELING THE REAR SQUEEGEE
Leveling of the squeegee assures even contact
the length of the squeegee blade with the surface
being scrubbed. Make sure this adjustment is
done on an even, level floor.
1. Turn the machine power on.
2. Lower the squeegee.
3. Set the machine parking brake while the
driving machine slowly forward, and turn the
machine power off.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
4. Look at the deflection of the squeegee blade,
over the full length of the squeegee blade.
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5. If the deflection is not the same over the full
length of the blade, adjust the deflection by
turning the leveling adjustment screw.
Turn the leveling adjustment screw clockwise
to increase the deflection at the ends of the
squeegee blade.
Turn the leveling adjustment screw
counter-clockwise to decrease the deflection
at the ends of the squeegee blade.
6. Release the parking brake and drive the
machine forward again with the squeegee
down to check the squeegee blade
deflection.
7. Readjust the squeegee level if necessary.
ADJUSTING REAR SQUEEGEE BLADE
DEFLECTION
Deflection is the amount of curl the squeegee
blade has when the machine moves forward with
the squeegee lowered to the floor. The best
deflection is when the squeegee wipes the floor
just dry with a minimum amount of deflection.
1. Turn the machine power on.
2. Lower the squeegee.
3. Set the machine parking brake while driving
the machine slowly forward, and turn the
machine power off.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
4. Look at the deflection of the squeegee blade.
The correct amount of deflection is
15 to 20 mm.
15 to 20 mm
(0.50 to 0.75 in)
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5. To adjust the amount of deflection, loosen
the caster jam nut. Turn the caster shaft
using the flats.
Turn the shaft clockwise to decrease the
blade deflection. Turn the shaft
counter-clockwise to increase blade
deflection. Tighten the jam nut.
NOTE: Be sure to turn each shaft the same
number of turns.
6. Release the parking brake and drive the
machine forward again to check the
squeegee blade deflection.
7. Readjust the squeegee blade deflection if
necessary.
REMOVING THE REAR SQUEEGEE
ASSEMBLY
1. Lower the squeegee to approximately 25mm
from the floor.
2. Turn the machine power off and set the
parking brake.
3. Remove the squeegee suction hose from the
top of the rear squeegee.
4. Loosen both squeegee mounting knobs.
5. Pull the squeegee off the machine.
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SIDE SQUEEGEE
ADJUSTING THE SIDE SQUEEGEE
The side squeegee has one adjustment; height. To
change the height adjustment, loosen the
adjustment nuts. Raise or lower the squeegee with
the adjustment screws. Tighten the adjustment
nuts. The factory setting is toward the lower end
of the adjustment screw.
SQUEEGEE BLADES
The rear squeegee assembly channels water into
the vacuum fan suction. The front blade channels
the water, and the rear blade wipes the floor.
The side squeegees control water spray and
channel water into the path of the rear squeegee.
Replace any worn or damaged squeegee blades.
REAR SQUEEGEE BLADES
Check the squeegee blades for damage and wear
daily. Rotate or replace either of the squeegee
blades if the leading edge is torn or worn half-way
through the thickness of the blade.
The squeegee has two squeegee blades, the front
and rear. Each blade has four wiping edges. To
use them all, start with one wiping edge. To use
the next wiping edge, rotate the blade end-for-end.
To use the next wiping edge, rotate the top edges
down, bottom edges up. To use the last edge,
rotate the blade end-for-end.
REPLACING OR ROTATING THE REAR
SQUEEGEE BLADES
1. Make sure the squeegee is raised off the
floor.
2. Turn the machine power off and set the
parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, turn off machine.
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3. Release the squeegee retainer strip clamp
on the right hand side of the squeegee.
4. Remove the squeegee retainer strip.
5. Pull the squeegee blades off the squeegee
frame.
6. Replace or rotate the squeegee blades to
allow a new edge to face the front of the
machine.
7. Mount the squeegees back onto the
squeegee frame.
NOTE: Lubricating the squeegee frame where the
squeegee makes contact will make it easier to
install the squeegee blade.
8. Mount the retainer strip back over the
squeegee blades. Secure the retainer strip
with the retainer strip clamp.
9.
Adjust the rear squeegee as described in
LEVELING THE REAR SQUEEGEE and
ADJUSTING REAR SQUEEGEE BLADE
DEFLECTION.
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SIDE SQUEEGEES BLADES
The side squeegees control water spray and
channel water into the path of the rear squeegee.
Check the side squeegees for damage and wear
daily.
REPLACING THE SIDE SQUEEGEE BLADES
Replace the side squeegee blades whenever they
become damaged or lose their shape or resiliency.
Reverse the squeegee point guides from one side
squeegee to the opposite side whenever they
become worn, or replace when they become worn
on both sides.
1. Raise the scrub head.
2. Turn the machine power off and set the
parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine; stop on level
surface, set parking brake, turn off
machine and remove key.
3. Remove the cotter pin, clevis pin, point
guide, and the retainer bracket from the front
of the side squeegee.
4. Pull the squeegee blade off the front of the
squeegee frame.
5. Slide the new squeegee blade onto the
frame.
NOTE: Lubricating the squeegee frame where the
squeegee makes contact will make it easier to
install the squeegee blade.
6. Replace the retainer bracket, deflector,
clevis pin, and cotter pin.
7. Repeat for the side squeegee on the other
side of the scrub head.
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BELTS AND CHAINS
SCRUB BRUSH DRIVE BELTS
The two brush drive belts are located on the
cylindrical brush scrub head. One belt is located
on each side of the machine. The belts drive the
cylindrical brushes. Proper belt tension should be
a 4 mm deflection from a force of 1.8 to 2.0 kg at
the belt midpoint.
Check the belts for damage, wear and adjustment
after every 100 hours of operation.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
avoid moving parts. Do not wear loose
jackets, shirts, or sleeves when working
on machine.
SWEEPING BRUSH DRIVE BELT
The sweeping brush drive belt is located on the
left hand side fo the sweepnig assembly. The belts
drives sheave that drives the main sweeping
brush belt. Proper belt tension should be a 6 mm
deflection from a force of 0.9 kg at the belt
midpoint.
Check the belts for damage, wear and adjustment
after every 100 hours of operation.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
avoid moving parts. Do not wear loose
jackets, shirts, or sleeves when working
on machine.
MAIN SWEEPING BRUSH BELT
The main sweeping brush belt is located on the
left hand side of the sweeping assembly. The belt
drives the main sweeping brush and the cylindrical
conveyor. Proper belt tension is automatically kept
by the idler pulley.
Check the belts for damage and wear after every
100 hours of operation.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
avoid moving parts. Do not wear loose
jackets, shirts, or sleeves when working
on machine.
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SWEEPING VACUUM FAN BELT
The sweeping vacuum fan belt is located under
the top cover, behind the sweeping vacuum fan.
The belt drives the sweeping vacuum fan. Proper
belt tension should be a 3 to 7 mm deflection from
a force of 2.3 kg at the belt midpoint.
Check the belt for damage and wear after every
100 hours of operation.
WARNING: Moving belt and fan. Keep
away.
STEERING GEAR CHAIN
The steering gear chain tension should be
checked after the first 50 hours of operation and
every 500 hours there after. The deflection should
be 3 to 6 mm between the steering sprocket and
the idler sprocket when the steering wheel is
turned the tightest position either direction.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
avoid moving parts. Do not wear loose
jackets, shirts, or sleeves when working
on machine.
STATIC DRAG CHAIN
A static drag chain prevents the buildup of static
electricity in the machine. The chain is attached to
the transaxle.
Make sure the chain is always touching the floor.
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HOPPER LIFT DRIVE CHAIN
The hopper lift drive chain is located on the left
hand side of the machine, close to the hopper.
The chain tension should be checked after the first
50 hours of operation and every 500 hours there
after.
Check the chain tension with the hopper raised
and in the dump position. There should be no
more than 1/8 deflection on the back side of the
chain. Adjust the tension with the chain tension
adjustment.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, set parking brake.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
WARNING: Raised hopper may fall.
Engage hopper support bar.
HOPPER TILT DRIVE CHAIN
The hopper tilt drive chain is located on the left
hand side of the machine, along side the hopper
lift arm. The chain tension should be checked after
the first 50 hours of operation and every
500 hours there after.
Check the chain tension with the hopper raised
and in the dump position. There should be no
more than 1/8 deflection on the back side of the
chain. Adjust the tension with the chain tension
adjustment.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, set parking brake.
WARNING: Lift arm pinch point. Stay
clear of hopper lift arms.
WARNING: Raised hopper may fall.
Engage hopper support bar.
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SKIRTS AND SEALS
FRONT FLAP SKIRT
The front flap is located in front of the sweeping
assembly. The flap can be raised and lowered by
the front flap lever, allowing large debris to be
trapped and swept up into the hopper. Check the
front flap skirt after every 50 hours of operation for
damage or wear. The front flap skirt should be just
touching the floor, or 4 mm off the floor in dusty
sweeping conditions.
RECIRCULATION SKIRTS
The recirculation skirts are located behind the
main sweeping brush. Inspect the recirculation
skirts for damage and wear after every 50 hours of
operation.
SIDE SKIRTS
The side skirts help direct debris into the debris
hopper. The side skirts are located on both sides
of the main sweeping brush. The side skirts
should be just touching the floor. Check the skirts
after every 50 hours of operation for damage or
wear.
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SCRUB HEAD FLOOR SKIRTS
The skirts are located in front and rear of the disc
brush scrub heads. Check the skirts for damage
and wear every 50 hours of operation.
The skirts should clear the floor by 0 to 6 mm
when the scrub brushes are new, and the scrub
head is down.
TOP COVER SEALS
The top cover seals are located around the edge
of the top cover, between the front hopper, and
the side door.
Check the seals for wear or damage every 100
hours of operation.
SIDE COVER SEAL
The side cover seal is located on the edge of the
side cover door.
Check the seal for wear or damage every 100
hours of operation.
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HOPPER FILTER SEALS
The hopper filter seals are located around the
outer edge, on both sides of the hopper filter. The
hopper filter seals seal the hopper filter in between
the hopper baffle plate and the hopper filter cover
when the hopper filter cover is latched down in the
proper operating position.
Check the seals for damage and wear after every
100 hours of operation.
HOPPER VACUUM FAN SEAL
The vacuum fan seal is located between the
hopper cover and vacuum fan inlet.
Check the seal for damage and wear after every
100 hours of operation.
HOPPER SEALS
The hopper seals are located on the bottom side
of the machine frame that contact the top edge of
the hopper.
Check the seals for damage and wear after every
100 hours of operation.
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SOLUTION TANK COVER SEAL
The solution tank cover seal is located under the
solution tank cover.
Check the seal for wear or damage every 100
hours of operation.
RECOVERY TANK COVER SEAL
The recovery tank cover seal is located under the
recovery tank cover.
Check the seal for wear or damage every 100
hours of operation.
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BRAKES AND TIRES
BRAKES
The foot brake and the parking brake operate the
linkage that controls the brakes on the rear
wheels.
The foot pedal should not travel more than 25 mm
to engage the brake. Check the brake adjustment
after every 100 hours of operation.
Park the machine on a level surface. Turn the
machine power off, and block the machine tires.
Loosen the adjustment nuts. Adjust the brake
cable with one nut and lock in place with the other
nut.
Adjust the brake cable so that the brake pedal
travels no more than 25 mm to fully engage the
brakes. Readjust the brake cable if necessary.
Remove the blocks from the machine tires.
TIRES
All the machine tires are solid. Check the tires for
damage and wear every 100 hours of operations.
FRONT WHEEL
Torque the front wheel nuts twice in the pattern
shown to 122 to 155 Nm (87−111 ft. lbs) after the
first 50 hours of operation, and every 500 hours of
operation.
2
4
5
1
3
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PUSHING, TOWING, AND TRANSPORTING
THE MACHINE
PUSHING OR TOWING THE MACHINE
If the machine becomes disabled, it can be
pushed from the front or rear, but only tow it from
the front.
Only push or tow the machine for a very short
distance and do not exceed 3.2 kp/h. It is NOT
intended to be pushed or towed for a long
distance or at a high speed.
ATTENTION! Do not push or tow
machine for a long distance or damage
may occur to the propelling system.
TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE
1. Position the front of the machine at the
loading edge of the truck or trailer.
FOR SAFETY: Use a truck or trailer that
will support the weight of the machine.
NOTE: Empty the recovery and solution tanks
before transporting the machine.
2. If the loading surface is not horizontal or is
higher than 380 mm from the ground, use a
winch to load machine.
If the loading surface is horizontal AND is
380 mm or less from the ground, the
machine may be driven onto the truck or
trailer.
3. To winch the machine onto the truck or
trailer, attach the winching chains to the front
tie down locations. The front tie-down
locations are on the front sides of the
machine. Make sure the machine is
centered.
FOR SAFETY: When loading machine
onto truck or trailer, use winch. Do not
drive the machine onto the truck or
trailer unless the loading surface is
horizontal AND is 380 mm or less from
the ground.
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4. Position the machine onto the truck or trailer
as far as possible. If the machine starts to
veer off the centerline of the truck or trailer,
stop and turn the steering wheel to center
the machine.
5. Set the parking brake, lower the scrub head
and block the machine tires. Tie down the
machine to the truck or trailer before
transporting.
The front tie-down locations are on the front
sides of the machine.
The rear tie-down locations are on the rear
corners of the machine.
6. If the loading surface is not horizontal or is
higher than 380 mm from the ground, use a
winch to unload machine.
If the loading surface is horizontal AND is
380 mm or less from the ground, the
machine may be driven off the truck or
trailer.
FOR SAFETY: When unloading machine
off truck or trailer, use winch. Do not
drive the machine off the truck or trailer
unless the loading surface is horizontal
AND 380 mm or less from the ground.
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MACHINE JACKING
You can jack up the machine for service at the
designated locations. Use a jack that will support
the weight of the machine. Always stop the
machine on a flat, level surface and block the tires
before jacking up the machine.
The front jacking locations are located on both
sides of the machine, behind the sweeping
assembly.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, set parking brake.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
use a hoist or jack that will support the
weight of the machine.
The rear jacking locations are located on the rear
bumper, behind the rear tires.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
block machine tires before jacking
machine up.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
jack machine up at designated locations
only. Block machine up with jack
stands.
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STORAGE INFORMATION
The following steps should be taken when storing
the machine for extended periods of time.
1. Drain and clean the solution and recovery
tanks.
ES machines: Run clean water through the
solution system and the ES solution pump.
2. Raise the rear squeegee and the scrub
head.
3. Park the machine in a cool, dry area.
4. Remove the batteries, or charge them after
every three months.
NOTE: Storing or transporting machines equipped
with the ES or the FaST system in freezing
temperatures requires special procedures. Consult
a TENNANT representative for more information.
FREEZE PROTECTION (MACHINES WITHOUT
OPTIONAL ec−H2O SYSTEM)
1. Drain the solution tank and recovery tank of
all water.
2. Pour 6 gallons (3.8 liters) of Propylene
Glycol Based / Recreational Vehicle (RV)
Antifreeze into the solution tank at full
strength. Do not dilute.
3. Turn the machine power on and operate the
solution flow system. Turn the machine off
when the antifreeze appears at the scrub
head.
If the machine is equipped power wand
option, operate the the wand for a few
seconds to protect the pump.
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FREEZE PROTECTING THE ec−H2O SYSTEM
1. Completely empty the solution tank and
recovery tank.
2. Start the machine and run all remaining
solution from the solution system. Run the
solution system until solution no longer
appears at the scrub head.
3. Remove the siphon hose from the retainer.
4. Disconnect the ec−H2O system intake hose
from the solution supply hose.
5. Connect the siphon hose to the ec−H2O
system intake hose and place the siphon
hose into container containing 2 gallons (7.6
liters) of Propylene Glycol Based /
Recreational Vehicle (RV) Antifreeze.
6. Press and release the flush switch on the
ec−H2O module to cycle the RV antifreeze
through ec−H2O system. When the
antifreeze appears at the scrub head, press
the switch again to turn off the module.
7. Disconnect the siphon hose from the
ec−H2O system intake hose.
8. Reconnect ec−H20 intake hose to the
solution supply hose.
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9. Reconnect the siphon hose to the retainer
and neatly coil the hose for storage.
IMPORTANT: Before operating the machine, the
antifreeze must be flushed from the module. See
FLUSHING ANTIFREEZE FROM ec−H2O
MODULE section of this manual.
10.If machine is equipped power wand option,
operate the the wand for a few seconds to
protect the pump.
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FLUSHING ANTIFREEZE FROM THE ec−H2O
MODULE
1. Remove the siphon hose from the retainer.
2. Disconnect the ec−H2O system intake hose
from the solution supply hose.
3. Connect the siphon hose to the ec−H2O
system intake hose and place the siphon
hose into container containing 2 gallons (7.6
liters) of clean water.
4. Press and release the ec−H2O module
switch to flush the antifreeze from the
ec−H2O system.
When the water turns clear, press the
module switch again to stop the flush cycle.
Dispose the antifreeze in an environmentally safe
way according to local waste disposal regulations.
5. The machine is now ready for scrubbing.
ATTENTION: If the antifreeze is not properly
flushed from the ec−H2O system, the ec−H2O
module may detect an error and not function
(ec−H2O indicator light will turn red). If this occurs,
reset key and repeat the flush procedure.
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SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL MACHINE DIMENSIONS/CAPACITIES
Item
Dimension/capacity
Length
2641 mm
Width, frame
1220 mm
Height, standard
1450 mm
Height with overhead guard option
2070 mm
Cylindrical brush diameter
229 mm
Sweeping path width, single side brush (RH)
1270 mm
Sweeping path width, dual side brushes
1625 mm
Hopper weight capacity
135 kg
Hopper volume capacity
84.6 L
Dust filter area
4.8m
Solution tank capacity
216 L
Recovery tank capacity
216 L
Tank capacity with ES option
340 L
Propelling gear box 90 wt. gear lubricant capacity
2.7 L
Ceiling height minimum dumping clearance
1525 mm
Sound level − continuous
77.2 dBA
Sound level − peak
78.5 dBA
Vibration level does not exceed
2.5 m/s
GVWR
2060 kg
Vibration level at steering wheel does not exceed
2.5 m/s2
Vibration level at operator seat does not exceed
0.5 m/s2
Item
Max Pro 1000
Max Pro 1200
Disc brush diameter
510 mm
406 mm
Cylindrical brush length
978 mm
1180 mm
Rear Squeegee width
1300 mm
1510 mm
Scrubbing path width
1020 mm
1220 mm
FaST SYSTEM
Item
Measure
Solution pump
36 Volt DC, 5A, 5.7 LPM open flow,
45 psi bypass setting
Low solution flow rate
2.08 LPM
High solution flow rate
4.16 LPM
Detergent pump
36 Volt DC
Low concentrate flow rate
2.14 CC/Minute
High concentrate flow rate
4.28 CC/Minute
Air pump
36 Volt DC, 0.6 Maximum Amp draw
Air pump flow rate
8.7 LPM open flow
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GENERAL MACHINE PERFORMANCE
Item
Measure
Maximum forward speed
8.9 km/h
Maximum reverse speed
4.8 km
Minimum turning radius, left
N/A
Minimum turning radius, right
N/A
Minimum aisle turn
2870 mm
Maximum rated climb and descent angle with full tanks
6
Maximum rated climb and descent angle with empty tanks
8
POWER TYPE
Type
Volts
Ah Rating
Weight
1
36
500 @ 6 hr rate
617 kg
1
36
750 @ 6 hr rate
893 kg
Batteries, Sealed
1
36
600 @ 6 hr rate
810 kg
Batteries, Wet
1
36
380 @ 6 hr rate
436 kg
1
36
500 @ 6 hr rate
617 kg
1
36
750 @ 6 hr rate
893 kg
Batteries, Dry
Quantity
Type
Use
VDC
Kw
Electric Motors
Sweep brush
36
0.60
Scrub brush
36
0.75
Heavy Duty scrub brush
36
1.12
Vacuum fan
36
0.63
Propelling
36
3.4
Type
VDC
amp
Hz
Phase
VAC
Chargers
36
75
60
1
208−240−480
36
75
60
3
208−240−480
36
120
60
1
208−240−480
36
120
60
3
208−240−480
36
150
60
1
208−240−480
36
150
60
3
208−240−480
36
93
60
1
208−240−480
36
93
60
3
208−240−480
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STEERING
Type
Power source
Emergency steering
Front wheel, hydraulic and rotary valve controlled
Hydraulic
Manual
HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
System
Capacity
Fluid Type
Hydraulic reservoir
1.9L (0.5 gal)
ISO Grade 32 − below 7 C (45 F)
Hydraulic total
2.6L (0.65 gal)
BRAKING SYSTEM
Type
Operation
Service brakes
Mechanical drum brakes (2), one per rear wheel, cable actuated
Parking brake
Utilizes service brakes, cable actuated
TIRES
Location
Type
Size
Front (1)
Solid
413 X 152 mm
Rear (2)
Solid
406 X 127 mm
ec−H20 SYSTEM
Item
Measure
Solution pump
36 Volt DC, 5A, 5.7 LPM (1.5 GPM) open flow,
45 psi bypass setting
Solution flow rate
1.67 LPM (0.44 GPM) − Low (optional)*
2.35 LPM (0.62 GPM) − Low (standard)
3.18 LPM (0.84 GPM) − Low (optional)*
3.80 LPM (1.00 GPM) − High (standard)
*If the optional solution flow rates are required,
contact an Authorized Service Center.
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2641 mm
TOP VIEW
Max Pro1000
1300 mm
1231 mm
Max Pro1200
1510 mm
2070 mm
1450 mm
SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
MACHINE DIMENSIONS
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