Windsor Sweeper RRB 360 Operating instructions

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Operator Qualifications
Only trained and authorized persons shall
be permitted to operate a powered unit.
Operators of powered units shall be qualified as to visual, auditory, physical, and
mental ability to operate the equipment
safely according to the following points.
Operator Training
Personnel who have not been trained to
operate powered units may operate a
unit for the purposes of training only,
and only under the direct supervision of
the trainer. This training should be conducted in an area away from other
units, obstacles, and pedestrians.
– The operator training program should
include the user’s policies for the site
where the trainee will operate the unit,
the operating conditions for that location, and the specific unit the trainee will
operate. The training program shall be
presented to all new operators regardless of previous experience.
The training program shall inform the trainee that:
A The primary responsibility of the operator is to use the unit safely following the
instructions given in the training program.
B Unsafe or improper operation of a powered unit can result in: death or serious
injury to the operator or others; damage
to the powered unit or other property.
The training program shall emphasize safe
and proper operation to avoid injury to the
operator and others and prevent property
damage, and shall cover the following areas:
A Fundamentals of the powered unit(s)
the trainee will operate, including:
(1) characteristics of the powered
unit(s), including variations between the
units in the workplace;
(2) similarities and differences from automobiles;
(3) significance of nameplate data,
warnings, and instructions affixed to the
unit;
(4) operating instructions and warnings
in the operating manual for the unit, and
instructions for inspection and maintenance to be performed by the operator;
(5) type of motive power and its characteristics;
(6) method of steering;
(7) braking method and characteristics;
(8) visibility, forward and reverse;
(9) stability characteristics with and
without load, with and without attachments;
(10) controls-location, function, method
of operation, identification of symbols;
(11) battery charging;
(12) guards and protective devices for
the specific type of unit;
(13) other characteristics of the specific
unit;
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B Operating environment and its effect on
unit operation, including:
(1) floor or ground conditions including
temporary conditions;
(2) ramps and inclines;
(3) battery charging facilities;
(4) narrow aisles, doorways, overhead
wires and piping, and other areas of limited clearance;
(5) areas where the unit may be operated near other powered units, other vehicles, or pedestrians;
(6) operation near edge of dock or edge
of improved surface;
(7) other special operating conditions
and hazards which may be encountered.
C Operation of the powered unit, including:
(1) proper preshift inspection and approved method for removing from service a unit which is in need repair;
(2) parking and shutdown procedures;
(3) other special operating conditions
for the specific application.
D Operating safety rules and practices,
including:
(1) provisions of the section „OPERATING SAFETY RULES AND PRACTICES“ in this document.
(2) other rules, regulations, or practices
specified by the employer at the location where the unit will be used.
E Operational training practice, including:
(1) if feasible, practice in the operation
of a powered unit shall be conducted in
an area separate from other workplace
activities and personnel:
(2) training practice shall be conducted
under the supervision of the trainer;
(3) training practice shall include the actual operation or simulated performance of all operating tasks such as
maneuvering, traveling, stopping, starting, and other activities under the conditions which will be encountered in the
use of the unit.
Testing, Retraining, and Enforcement
A During training, performance and oral
and/or written tests shall be given by
the employer to measure the skill and
knowledge of the operator in meeting
the requirements of the Standard. Employers may delegate such testing to
others but shall remain responsible for
the testing. Appropriate records shall
be kept.
B Operators shall be retrained when new
equipment is introduced, existing
equipment is modified, operating conditions change, or an operator’s performance ins unsatisfactory.
C The user shall be responsible for enforcing the safe use of the powered unit
according to the provisions of this manual.
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NOTE: Information on operator training is
available from such sources as powered
unit manufacturers, government agencies
dealing with employee safety, trade organizations of users of powered units, public
and private organizations, and safety consultants.
OPERATING SAFETY RULES
AND PRACTICES
Operator Responsibility
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Safe operation is in the responsibility of
the operator.
The operator shall develop safe working habits and also be aware of hazardous conditions in order to protect
himself, other personnel, the unit, and
other material.
The operator shall be familiar with the
operation and function of all controls
and instruments before undertaking to
operate the unit.
Before operating the unit, operators
shall have read and be familiar with the
operator’s manual for the particular unit
being operated and they shall also
abide by the safety rules and practices
in the following paragraphs.
Before operating any unit, the operator
shall be familiar with unusual operating
conditions which may require additional
safety precautions or special operating
instructions.
General
Before starting to operate the unit:
A be in operating position;
B place directional controls in neutral;
C turn switch to ON position.
– Do not start or operate the unit, any of
its functions or attachments, from any
place other than from the designated
operator’s position.
– Keep hands and feet inside the operator’s designated area.
Understand unit limitations and operate the
unit in a safe manner so as not to cause injury to personnel. Safeguard pedestrians at
all times.
A Do not drive a unit up to anyone standing in front of an object.
B Ensure that personnel stand clear of
rear swing area before conducting turns
and maneuvers.
C Exercise particular care at cross aisles,
doorways, and other locations where
pedestrians may step into the path of
travel of the unit.
– Do not permit passengers to ride on
powered units unless a safe place to
ride has been provided by the manufacturer.
– A powered unit is attended when the
operator is less than 25 ft (7.6 m) from
the unit, which remains in his view.
A powered unit is unattended when the
operator is more than 25 ft (7.6 m) from
the unit, which remains in his view, or
whenever the operator leaves the unit
and it is not in his view.
Before leaving the operator’s position:
A bring the unit to a complete stop;
B place the directional controls in neutral;
C apply the parking brake;
In addition, when leaving the unit unattended:
A stop the engine or turn off the controls;
B if the unit must be on an incline, block
the wheels.
– Maintain a safe distance from the edge
of ramps, platforms, and other similar
working surfaces.
– When powered units are driven on and
off highway trucks or trailers, the brakes
on the highway trucks or trailers shall
be applied and wheel chocks or other
positive mechanical means shall be
used to prevent unintentional movement of highway trucks and trailers.
– When powered units are driven on and
off semitrailers that are not coupled to a
tractor, supports may be needed to prevent upending or corner dipping.
– Care shall be taken not to contact overhead installations such as lights, wiring,
pipes, sprinkler systems, etc.
– Report all accidents involving personnel, building structures, and equipment
to the supervisor or as directed.
– Do not add to, or modify the unit.
– Do not block access to fire aisles, stairways or fire equipment.
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Traveling
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Observe all traffic regulations including
authorized plant speed limits. Under
normal traffic conditions, keep to the
right. Maintain a safe distance, based
on speed of travel, from the unit ahead;
keep the unit under control all times.
Yield the right of way to pedestrians and
emergency vehicles such as ambulances and fire trucks.
Do not pass another unit traveling in the
same direction at intersections, blind
spots, or at other dangerous locations.
Slow down and sound the audible warning device(s) at cross aisles and other
locations where vision is obstructed.
Cross railroad tracks at an angle wherever possible. Do not park closer than 6
ft (1800 mm) to the nearest rail of a railroad track.
Keep a clear view of the path of travel
and observe for other traffic, personnel,
and safe clearances.
Ascend or descend grades slowly, and
with caution. Avoid turning, if possible,
and use extreme caution on grades,
ramps, or inclines; normally travel
straight up and down.
Under all travel conditions, operate the
unit at a speed that will permit it to be
brought to a stop in a safe manner.
Make starts, stops, turns, or direction
reversals in a smooth manner so as not
shift load and/or overturn the unit.
– Do not indulge in stunt driving or horseplay.
– Slow down for wet and slippery floors.
– Before driving over a dockboard or
bridge plate, be sure that it is properly
secured. Drive carefully and slowly
across the dockboard or bridge plate,
and never exceed its rated capacity.
– Do not drive units onto any elevator unless specially authorized to do so. Do
not exceed the capacity of the elevator.
Approach elevators slowly, and then
enter squarely after the elevator car is
properly leveled. Once on the elevator,
neutralize the controls, shut off power,
and set brakes. It is advisable that all
other personnel leave the elevator before the unit is allowed to enter or leave.
– When negotiating turns, reduce speed
to a safe level consistent with the operating environment. Make the turns
smoothly.
The operation of a counterbalanced, center
control, high lift unit with a sit-down, nonelevating operator requires special safety
considerations, as follows:
A An unit may tip over if an operator fails
to slow down to a safe speed before
making turns. Indications that an unit is
being driven at an excessive speed during turning maneuvers include:
(1) tire skidding;
(2) unit side sway;
(3) wheel lift; and
(4) the need to grip the steering wheel
tightly to keep from sliding out of the
seat.
B The likelihood of lateral tip over is increased under any of the following conditions, or combinations of them:
(1) braking or accelerating sharply while
turning;
(2) traveling on an uneven surface;
(3) traveling at excessive speed.
C Tipping forward can occur and its likelihood is increased under the following
condition: hard braking while traveling
forward.
D The operator should stay with the unit if
it falls off a loading dock or ramp. The
operator should hold on firmly and lean
away from the point of impact.
E Where the environment presents a severe hazard, or there are other unusual
operating conditions, the user may
need to establish different and/or additional safety precautions and special
operating instructions appropriate for
the conditions.
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Operator care of the unit
At the beginning of each shift and before
operating the unit, check its condition, giving special attention to the following:
A condition of tires
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B if pneumatic tires, check inflation pressures
C warning and safety devices
D lights
E battery
F controls
G chains and cables
H limit switches
I steering mechanism
J additional items or special equipment
as specified by the user and/or manufacturer
If the unit is found to be in need of repair or
in any way unsafe, or contributes to an unsafe condition, the matter shall be reported
immediately to the user’s designated authority, and the unit shall not be operated
until it has been restored to safe operating
condition.
– If during operation the unit becomes unsafe in any way, the matter shall be reported immediately to the user’s
designated authority, and the unit shall
not be operated until it has been restored to safe operating condition.
– Do not make repairs or adjustments unless specifically authorized to do so.
– Do not use open flames when checking
electrolyte level in storage batteries.
MAINTENANCE AND REBUILD PRACTICES
Operation of the unit may be hazardous
if maintenance is neglected or repairs,
rebuilds, or adjustments are not performed in accordance with the manufacturer’s design criteria. Therefore,
maintenance facilities (on or off premises), trained personnel, and detailed
procedures shall be provided.
– Parts manuals and maintenance manuals may be obtained from the unit manufacturer.
– In unusual cases not covered by the
manuals referred above, consult the
unit manufacturer.
Maintenance and inspection of the unit
shall be performed in conformance with the
following practices:
A a schedules planned maintenance, lubrication, and inspection system shall
be followed; consult the manufacturer’s
recommendations;
B only trained and authorized personnel
shall be permitted to maintain, repair,
adjust, and inspect the unit, and in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications.
When lifting units for repair or inspection,
units shall be lifted in a safe, secure, stable
manner. Removal of components such as
counterweights or uprights will change the
center of gravity and may create an unstable condition.
Before starting inspection and repair of the
unit:
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A raise drive wheels free of floor or disconnect battery and use chocks or other positive unit positioning devices;
B block chassis before working on them;
C disconnect battery before working on
the electrical system;
D the charger connector shall be plugged
only into the battery connector and never into the unit connector.
Operation of the unit to check performance
shall be conducted in an authorized area
where safe clearance exists.
A Before starting to operate the unit:
(1) be in operating position;
(2) place directional controls in neutral;
(3) turn switch to ON position;
(4) check function of steering, warning
devices, and breaks;
B Before leaving the unit:
(1) stop unit;
(2) place directional controls in neutral;
(3) stop the engine or turn off power;
(4) turn off the control circuit;
(5) if the unit must be left on an incline,
block the wheels.
– Avoid fire hazards and have fire protection equipment present in the work area. Do not use any open flame to check
the level or to check for leakage of any
fluid, especially battery electrolyte. Do
not use open pans of fuel or flammable
cleaning fluids for cleaning parts.
– Properly ventilate work area, vent exhaust fumes, and keep shop clean and
dry.
– Brakes, steering mechanisms, control
mechanisms, warning devices, articulating axle stops, and frame members
shall be carefully and regularly inspected and maintenance in safe operating
condition.
FIRE SAFETY STANDARD
Maintenance
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Any unit not in safe operating condition
shall be removed from service.
Precautions. Repairs shall not be
made in Class I, Class II, and Class III
locations.
Repairs to the electrical system of battery-powered units shall be performed
only after the battery has been disconnected.
Operating Temperature. Where temperature of any part of the unit is found
to be in excess of its normal operating
temperature and creates a hazardous
condition, the unit shall be removed
from service and shall not be returned
to service until the cause for such overheating has been eliminated.
Fire Prevention. The unit shall be kept
in a clean condition and reasonably free
of lint, excess oil, and grease. Noncombustible agents are preferred for cleaning the unit. Flammable liquids [those
having flash points at or above 100°F
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(37,8°C)] are not allowed. Precautions
regarding toxicity, ventilation, and fire
hazard shall be appropriate for the
agent or solvent used.
Nameplate Visibility: The unit type designations as shown on the nameplate
and the type markers shall not be covered over with paint so that their identification information is obscured.
The unit shall not be used in classified
areas.
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Changing and Charging Storage
Batteries
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This section shall apply to batteries
used in electric units. The two types of
batteries commonly used are lead and
nickel-iron. They contain corrosive
chemical solutions, either acid or alkali,
and, therefore , present a chemical hazard. While being charged, they give off
hydrogen and oxygen, which, in certain
concentrates, are explosive.
Battery-charging installations shall be located in areas designated for that purpose;
such areas shall be kept free of extraneous
combustible materials. Facilities shall be
provided for the following:
A Flushing spilled electrolyte;
B Fire protection;
C Protecting charging apparatus from
damage by trucks; and
D Adequate ventilation for dispersal of
fumes from gasing batteries.
Where on-board chargers are used, charging shall be accomplished at locations designated for that purpose, taking into
account the electrical requirements of the
charger and facilities for fire protection.
Exception: Flushing facilities shall not be
required if charging is accomplished without removing the battery from the vehicle.
– Where handling acid concentrates
greater than 50 percent acid (above
1.400 specific gravity), an eye-wash
fountain shall be provided.
– A conveyor, overhead hoist, or equivalent material handling equipment shall
be provided for handling batteries.
– Chain hoists shall be equipped with
load-cabin containers. Where a hand
hoist is used, uncovered batteries shall
be covered with a sheet of plywood or
other nonconducting material to prevent the hand chain from shorting on
cell connectors or terminals. A properly
insulated spreader bar shall be used
with any overhead hoist.
– Reinstalled or new batteries shall meet
or exceed the battery type marked on
the unit. Reinstalled batteries shall be
positioned properly and secured in the
unit.
– A carboy filter or siphon shall be provided where acid in carboys is used. When
diluting concentrated sulfuric acid to
make up electrolyte, the acid ALWAYS
shall be added to the water - not the reverse. Battery maintenance personnel
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shall wear protective clothing such as
eye protection, long sleeves, and
gloves.
Exception: Removal and replacement
of batteries shall not require the use of
protective clothing.
Electrical installations shall be in accordance with NFPA 70, National Electrical
Code, and any local ordinances.
Trained and authorized personnel shall
change or charge batteries.
Units shall be positioned properly and
brakes shall be applied before attempting to change or charge batteries.
Where charging batteries, the vent
caps shall be kept in place to avoid
electrolyte spray. Care shall be taken to
ensure that vent caps are functioning.
The battery (or compartment cover(s)
shall be open to dissipate heat and gas.
Smoking shall be prohibited in the
charging area.
Precautions shall be taken to prevent
open flames, sparks, or electric arcs in
battery-charging areas.
Tools and other metallic objects shall
be kept away from the tops of uncovered batteries.
Please read and comply with
these original instructions prior
to the initial operation of your appliance and
store them for later use or subsequent owners.
Please read the safety instructions before
start-up!
Contents
OPERATING SAFETY RULES
AND PRACTICES. . . . . . . .
MAINTENANCE AND REBUILD
PRACTICES . . . . . . . . . . . .
FIRE SAFETY STANDARD
General notes . . . . . . . . . . .
Proper use . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety instructions . . . . . . .
Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating and Functional Elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before Startup. . . . . . . . . . .
Start up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance and care . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . .
Technical specifications . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . .
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General notes
Your sales outlet should be informed about
any transit damage noted when unpacking
the product.
– Warning and information plates on the
machine provide important directions
for safe operation.
– In addition to the information contained
in the operating instructions, all statutory safety and accident prevention regulations must be observed.
Accessories and Spare Parts
Proper use
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To avoid risks, all repairs and replacement
of spare parts may only be carried out by
authorized customer service personnel.
– Only use accessories and spare parts
which have been approved by the manufacturer. The exclusive use of original
accessories and original spare parts
ensures that the appliance can be operated safely and troublefree.
– At the end of the operating instructions
you will find a selected list of spare
parts that are often required.
Use this sweeper only as directed in these
operating instructions.
– This sweeper has been designed to
sweep dirt and debris from outdoor surfaces.
– The machine is not suitable for being
driven on public roads.
– Any use extending beyond what is listed above is not considered as proper
use. The manufacturer is not liable for
any losses resulting from improper use.
– The machine may not be modified.
– The machine is only suitable for use on
the types of surfaces specified in the
operating instructions.
– The machine may only be operated on
the surfaces approved by the company
or its authorized representatives.
– The following applies in general: Keep
highly-flammable substances away
from the appliance (danger of explosion/fire).
Symbols in the operating instructions
 DANGER
Warns about immediate danger which can
lead to severe injuries or death.
몇 WARNING
Warns about possible danger which could
lead to severe injuries or death.
CAUTION
Points out a possibly dangerous situation
which can lead to light injuries or property
damage.
Symbols on the appliance
Please do not sweep away
any burning substances such
as cigarettes, match sticks or
similar objects.
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Risk of being squeezed or
hurt at the belts, side-brushes, containers, machine cover.
Tyre pressure
Old appliances contain valuable
materials that can be recycled.
Please arrange for the proper recycling of old appliances. Please
dispose your old appliances using appropriate collection systems.
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Environmental protection
The packaging material can be
recycled. Please do not throw the
packaging material into household waste; please send it for recycling.
Foreseeable misuse
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Intake points for the jack
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Lashing point
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Suitable surfaces
Wet/dry flap
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Warranty
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The warranty terms published by our competent sales company are applicable in
each country. We will repair potential failures of your appliance within the warranty
period free of charge, provided that such
failure is caused by faulty material or defects in fabrication. In the event of a warranty claim please contact your dealer or the
nearest authorized Customer Service center. Please submit the proof of purchase.
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Never vacuum up explosive liquids,
combustible gases or undiluted acids
and solvents. This includes petrol, paint
thinner or heating oil which can generate explosive fumes or mixtures upon
contact with the suction air. Acetone,
undiluted acids and solvents must also
be avoided as they can harm the materials on the machine.
Never sweep/vacuum up reactive metal
dusts (e.g. aluminium, magnesium,
zinc), as they form explosive gases
when they come in contact with highly
alkaline or acidic detergents.
The appliance is not suitable for sweeping off hazardous substances.
Do not sweep/vacuum up any burning
or glowing objects.
The machine may not be used or stored
in hazardous areas. It is not allowed to
use the appliance in hazardous locations.
It is strictly prohibited to take co-passengers.
Pushing/pulling or transporting objects
by means of this appliance is prohibited.
Asphalt
Industrial floor
Screed
Concrete
Paving stones
Carpet*
* only with carpet sweeping unit (option
ex factory)
Safety instructions
Application
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The machine with working equipment
must be checked to ensure that it is in
proper working order and is operating
safely prior to use. Otherwise, the appliance must not be used.
If the appliance is used in hazardous areas (e.g. filling stations) the corresponding safety provisions must be
observed. It is prohibited to use the appliance in hazardous locations.
Drive mode
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Risk of injury!
Danger of tipping if gradient is too high.
– The falling and rising gradients in the direction of travel may not exceed 12%.
Danger of tipping on unstable ground.
– Only use the machine on sound surfaces.
Danger of tipping with excessive sideways
tilt.
– The gradient perpendicular to the direction of travel should not exceed 12%.
Operation
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The appliance must not be operated by
children or persons who have not been
instructed accordingly.
The appliance may be used by individuals with limited physical, sensory or
cognitive abilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they are under supervision or were instructed regarding the
safe use of the appliance and understand the resulting risks.
The operator must use the appliance
properly. The person must consider the
local conditions and must pay attention
to third parties, in particular children,
when working with the appliance.
Prior to starting work, the operator must
ensure that all protective devices are
properly installed and function correctly.
The operator of the appliance is liable
for accidents with other individuals or
their property.
Ensure that the operator wears tight-fitting clothes. Wear sturdy shoes and
avoid wearing loose-fitting clothes.
Check the immediate vicinity prior to
starting (e.g. children). Ensure sufficient visibility!
Never leave the machine unattended
so long as the engine is running. The
operator may leave the machine only
when the engine has come to a standstill, the machine has been protected
against accidental movement, if necessary, by applying the immobilization
brake and the ignition key has been removed.
The appliance may only be used by persons who have been instructed in handling the appliance or have proven
qualification and expertise in operating
the appliance or have been explicitly
assigned the task of handling the appliance.
Children should be supervised to prevent them from playing with the appliance.
Battery-operated machines
PROPOSITION 65
Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Batteries also contain other
chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer. Wash hands after
handling.
Note
Warranty claims will be entertained only if
you use batteries and chargers recommended by Windsor.
– Always follow the instructions of the
battery manufacturer and the charger
manufacturer. Please follow the statutory requirements for handling and disposing batteries.
– Never leave the batteries in a discharged state; recharge them as soon
as possible.
– Always keep the batteries clean and dry
to avoid battery drain. Protect the batteries and avoid contact with impurities
such as metal dust.
– Do not place tools or similar items on
the battery. Risk of short-circuit and explosion.
– Do not work with open flames, generate
sparks or smoke in the vicinity of a battery or a battery charging room. Danger
of explosion.
– Do not touch hot parts of the machine
such as the drive motor (risk of burns).
– Be careful while handling battery acid.
Follow the respective safety instructions!
– Used batteries are to be disposed of
properly.
Transport
The engine is to be brought to a standstill and the appliance is to be fastened
properly during transportation.
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First switch off the appliance and remove the key before performing any
cleaning or maintenance tasks on the
appliance, replacing parts or switching
over to another function.
Do not clean the appliance with a water
hose or high-pressure water jet (danger
of short circuits or other damage).
Maintenance work may only be carried
out by approved customer service outlets or experts in this field who are familiar with the respective safety
regulations.
Please observe the local safety regulations regarding portable commercially
used appliances.
Always use appropriate gloves while
working on the device.
Function
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The sweeper operates using the overthrow
principle.
– The side brushes (3) clean the corners
and edges of the surface, moving dirt
and debris into the path of the roller
brush.
– The rotating roller brush (4) moves the
dirt and debris directly into the waste
container (5).
– The dust raised in the container is separated by the dust filter (2) and the filtered clean air is drawn off by the
suction fan (1).
– The cleaning of the dust filter (2) takes
place automatically.
Operating and Functional Elements
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Operating field
Steering wheel
Lever for seat adjustment
Seat (with seat contact switch)
Storage area
Holding rail for home base
Cover
Battery charge plug
Rear wheel
Waste container (both sides)
Front sealing strip
Side sealing strip
Rear sealing strip
Roller brush
Roller brush access
Pedal for raising/lowering bulk waste
flap
Left side brush (optional)
Front wheel
Fastener of the side brush
Right side brush
Drive pedal
Wet/dry flap
Batteries
(not included in delivery)
Dust filter (flat-fold filter)
Operating field
Indicator lamps
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Programme switch
Travel direction switch (forward/reverse)
Indicator lamps
Emergency-stop button
Operating hour counter
Not assigned
Horn
Key switch
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A Service (yellow)
B Battery charge status (red/yellow/
green)
C Overload of the filter cleaning (red)
D Overload of the drive motor (red)
E Overload of the sweep roller (red)
Parking brake
The appliance is equipped with an automatic parking brake that is integrated in the
front-wheel drive.
The parking brake acts as soon as the appliance comes to a standstill.
Before Startup
Open/ close device hood
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Danger of crushing while closing the machine cover. Hence, lower the machine
cover slowly.
Prior to commissioning, maintenance or
adjustment tasks, the appliance cover must
be opened.
Î Grab the front of the appliance cover
and fold it back together with the seat.
Î A retaining band keeps the appliance
cover in the rear position.
Push the sweeper off the pallet (appliance without built-in battery)
 DANGER
– Risk of injury! Before releasing the immobilizing brake, the machine must be
secured to prevent it rolling away. After
releasing the emergency brake, the appliance will roll until a speed of 4.5 km/
h is reached. After that, the electronics
will brake the appliance.
– It is prohibited to release the emergency brake on an incline without using the
stopper.
Î Release parking brake.
Unloading tips
 Danger
Risk of injury, risk of damage!
Observe the weight of the appliance when
you load it!
Do not use a forklift truck to unload the machine as this may damage it.
Note
Press the emergency-stop button to immediately deactivate all functions and turn the
key switch to the "0" position.
Weight (without batteries)
451 lbs *
(205 kg *)
* If upgrade kits are installed, the weight is
respectively higher.
Î Use a suitable ramp or a crane to load
the appliance!
Î If the machine is delivered on a pallet,
you must create an unloading ramp using the boards provided.
To unload the machine, proceed as follows:
Î Cut plastic packing belt and remove foil.
Î Remove the elastic tape fasteners at
the stop points.
Î Four indicated floor boards of the pallet
are fastened with screws. Unscrew
these boards.
Î Place the boards on the edge of the pallet. Place the boards in such a way that
they lie in front of the four wheels of the
machine. Fasten the boards with
screws.
Danger of caustic material!
First aid!
Warning note!
Disposal!
Do not throw the battery in the
trash bin!
Î Remove the brake level from the wheel
and put it in its position.
The immobilizing brake is thus deactivated; the machine can now be moved.
Î Slide the machine over the prepared
ramp from the pallet.
Drive the sweeper off the pallet (appliance with built-in battery)
Î Connect the battery, refer to Chapter
"Connecting and installing the battery".
Î Release emergency-stop button by
turning.
Î Set main switch to "1".
Î Press the drive direction switch and
slowly move the machine down from
the ramp.
Î Set main switch back to "0".
Batteries
Safety notes regarding the batteries
Please observe the following warning notes
when handling batteries:
Observe the directions on the
battery, in the instructions for
use and in the vehicle operating instructions!
Wear an eye shield!
Keep away children from acid
and batteries!
 Danger
Risk of explosion! Do not put tools or similar
on the battery, i.e. on the terminal poles
and cell connectors.
 Danger
Risk of injury! Ensure that wounds never
come into contact with lead. Always clean
your hands after having worked with batteries.
 Danger
Risk of fire and explosion!
– Smoking and naked flames are strictly
prohibited.
– Rooms where batteries are charged
must have good ventilation because
highly explosive gas is emitted during
charging.
– Batteries must not be stored outside.
 Danger
Danger of caustic material!
– Rinse thoroughly with lots of clear water
if acid gets into the eye or comes in contact with the skin.
– Then consult a doctor immediately.
– Wash off the acid If it comes in contact
with the clothes.
Installing and connecting the batteries
Î Open the device hood.
Î Insert batteries into the battery mount.
Î Adjust the rubber buffers to hold the
batteries properly.
몇 Warning
Pay attention to correct poles.
Note
The connection lines are not included in the
delivery scope.
1.
Risk of explosion!
Î Slide the four support beams included
in the packaging under the ramp.
Î Remove the wooden blocks used for arresting the wheels and slide them under
the ramp.
2.
Fire, sparks, open light, and
smoking not allowed!
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3.
4.
5.
Î Connect pole terminal (red cable) to
positive pole (+).
Î Screw the connection lines onto the
batteries.
Î Connect pole terminal to negative pole (-).
Note
Before removing the battery, make sure
that the negative pole lead is disconnected.
Check that the battery pole and pole terminals are adequately protected with pole
grease.
몇 WARNING
Charge the batteries before commissioning
the machine.
Charge the batteries
 Danger
Risk of injury! Comply with safety regulations on the handling of batteries. Observe
the directions provided by the manufacturer
of the charger.
 DANGER
Charge the battery only with an appropriate
charger.
Note
When the batteries are charged, first remove the charger from the mains and then
disconnect it from the batteries.
Î Open the device hood.
Î Separate the battery plug and connect
the charger cable.
Î Plug in power cord and switch on charger.
Note
The recommended chargers (matching the
batteries used) are regulated electronically
and will automatically switch off the charging process. All functions of the machine
are automatically interrupted during the
charging process.
Low maintenance batteries
Î Add distilled water one hour before the
end of the charging process; follow the
correct acid level. There are corresponding indicators on the battery.
 DANGER
Danger of causticization! Adding water to
the battery in its discharged state can
cause the acid to leak.
Wear protective glasses and protective
clothing when handling battery acid. Observe the regulations concerning the handling of batteries!
 DANGER
Danger of caustic material!
– Rinse thoroughly with lots of clear water
if acid gets into the eye or comes in contact with the skin.
– Then consult a doctor immediately.
– Change clothing.
–
Wash off the acid If it comes in contact
with the clothes.
몇 Warning
Risk of damage. Use only distilled or desalinated water (VDE 0510) for filling the battery. Do not add any substances (so-called
performance improving agents), else warranty claims will not be entertained.
After charging
Î Switch off the charger and remove the
plug from the socket.
Î Pull the battery cable from the charger
cable and connect it to the appliance.
Check and correct the fluid level of the
battery (only for low-maintenance batteries)
몇 Warning
Regularly check the fluid level in acid-filled
batteries.
– The acid in a fully charged battery has a
specific weight of 10.85 lbs/gal
(1.28 kg/l) at a temperature of 68 °F
(20 °C).
– The acid in a partially discharged battery has a specific weight between 8.46
and 10.85 lbs/gal (1.00 and 1.28 kg/l).
– The specific weight of the acid must be
uniform in all cells.
Î Unscrew all cell caps.
Î Take a sample from each cell using the
acid tester.
Î Put the acid sample back into the same
cell.
Î Where fluid level is too low, top up cells
to the mark provided with distilled water.
Î Charge battery.
Î Screw in cell caps.
Start up
General notes
The appliance will brake electrically while
standing still, if one of the following conditions is met.
– Foot was removed from the pedal.
– Operator's seat was left for more than 1
second.
– Key switch was set to “0”.
The automatic emergency brake will only
work while the appliance is at a standstill.
Î Park the sweeper on an even surface.
Î Remove the key.
Prior to start/safety test
Î Check charging status of battery.
Î Check side brush.
Î Check the roller brush for wear and
wrapped belts.
Î Empty waste container.
Î Check tyre pressure.
Î Check function of seat contact switch.
Note: For description, see section on Care
and maintenance.
Operation
Adjusting driver's seat
Î Pull seat adjustment lever inwards.
Î Slide seat, release lever and lock in
place.
Î Check that the seat is properly locked in
position by attempting to move it backwards and forwards.
Check charging status of battery
Indicator lamp glows green
Battery is charged (100...40%).
– Indicator lamp glows yellow
Battery is discharged to 40 ... 20%.
– Indicator lamp blinks red
Battery is almost discharged. The
sweeping mode will be shortly switched
off automatically.
– Indicator lamp glows red
Battery is discharged. The sweeping
mode will be terminated automatically
(the sweeping aggregates cannot be
taken into operation until the battery is
charged).
Î Drive the machine directly to the charging station; avoid any steep gradients in
the process.
Î Charge battery.
–
Check immobilizing brake
 Danger
Danger of accident. The immobilizing brake
must always be checked first on an even
surface before starting the machine.
Î Take the seating position.
Î Release emergency-stop button by
turning.
Î Set main switch to "1".
Î Activate the travel direction switch (forward/reverse).
Î Gently depress drive pedal.
The break must unlock audibly and
smoothly start rolling on a level ground.
Î Release the drive pedal.
When the drive pedal is released, the
brake must brake in an audible manner.
Note: If this is not the case, put the appliance out of operation and call the customer
service.
Storage area
Note: The max. load of the storage area is
44 lbs (20 kg).
Î Ensure safe fastening of the cargo.
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Emergency-stop button
–
–
The appliance has an emergency OFF
switch. If this switch is pressed, the appliance will stop abruptly and the automatic emergency brake will be
activated.
In order to restart the appliance, first unlock the emergency OFF switch, then
turn the key switch on and off.
Programme selection
1
2
3
Driving
Driving to the Place of Use.
Side brush and roller brush are raised.
Sweeping with sweep roller
Roller brush is lowered.
Sweeping using roller brush and
side brushes
Roller brush and side brushes are lowered.
Turning on the Machine
Drive forward
Î Set the travel direction switch to "forward".
Î Press accelerator pedal down slowly.
Reverse drive
 DANGER
– Risk of injury! While reversing, ensure
that there is nobody in the way, ask
them to move if somebody is around.
– During reverse drive, a pulsing warning
sound will be heard.
– The reverse drive speed is lower than
the forward speed for safety reasons.
Î Set the travel direction switch to "backwards".
Î Press accelerator pedal down slowly.
Note
The accelerator pedal can be used to
vary the driving speed infinitely.
Driving over obstacles
Driving over fixed obstacles which are
2.0 in (50 mm) high or less:
Î Drive forwards slowly and carefully.
Driving over fixed obstacles which are
more than 2.0 in (50 mm) high:
Î Only drive over these obstacles using a
suitable ramp.
Overload of the drive motor
In case of overloading, the drive motor automatically switches off after a certain period. The indicator lamp "Overload of the
drive motor" will illuminate red as soon as
the drive motor current is limited. If the control is overheated, all drives (except for the
horn and the filter cleaning) will be switched
off.
Î Allow machine to cool down at least for
15 minutes.
Î Turn the main switch to "0" and turn it
back to "1".
Drive the machine
Sweeping mode
Danger of accident! If the machine does not
brake, then proceed as follows:
– If the device does not come to a halt on
a ramp with a gradient of 2% when you
release the drive pedal, then the emergency-stop button may be pressed for
safety reasons only if the mechanical
functioning of the immobilizing brake
has been checked properly before commissioning the device.
– Switch off the machine only after it
comes to a complete halt (on an even
surface) and call up the customer service!
– Further, follow all warning instructions
for braking.
Î Release emergency-stop button by
turning.
Î Sit on the seat and set main switch to
"1".
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Sweeping with bulk waste flap raised
Note: To sweep up larger items up to a
height of 2 inch (50 mm), e.g. cigarette
packs, the bulk waste flap must be raised
briefly.
Raising bulk waste flap:
Î Press the pedal for the bulk waste flap
forwards and keep pressed down.
Brakes
Î Release the accelerator pedal, the machine brakes automatically and stops.
Note
The machine is equipped with a seat contact switch When you quit the driver seat,
the machine comes to a halt after a delay of
approx. 1.5 seconds and the activated
sweep function is switched off.
Î Sit on the driver's seat.
Î Do NOT press the accelerator pedal.
Î Set programme switch to step 1 (driving).
Î Set main switch to "1".
 Danger
Sweeping with sweep roller
Î Set programme switch to step 2. Roller
brush is lowered.
Note: Roller brush starts operating automatically.
 Danger
Risk of injury! If the bulk waste flap is open,
stones or gravel may be flung forwards by
the roller brush. Make sure that this does
not endanger persons, animals or objects.
CAUTION
Do not sweep up packing strips, wire or
similar objects as this may damage the
sweeping mechanism.
CAUTION
To avoid damaging the floor, do not continue to operate the sweeping machine in the
same position.
Note: To achieve an optimum cleaning result, the driving speed should be adjusted
to take specific situations into account.
Note: During operation, the waste container should be emptied at regular intervals.
Note: When cleaning surfaces, only lower
the roller brush.
Note: Also lower side brush when cleaning
along edges.
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Î To lower it, take foot off pedal.
Note: An optimum cleaning result can
only be achieved if the bulk waste flap
has been lowered completely.
Sweeping with side brushes
Î Set programme switch to step 3. Side
brushes and roller brush are lowered.
Note: Roller brush and side brush start
operating automatically.
Sweeping dry floors
Î Close wet/dry flap
Sweep in fibrous and dry waste (such as
dry grass, hay)
Î Open wet/dry flap.
Note: You can thus prevent the filter
system from getting blocked.
Sweeping damp or wet floors
Î Open wet/dry flap.
Note: This protects the filter from moisture.
Filter dedusting
The appliance is equipped with an automatic filter cleaning system.
The cleaning takes place automatically approx. every 15 seconds. In the process a
short blow-off sound can be heard.
Î Check the installed dust filter for contamination every once in a while. Replace a heavily contaminated or
defective filter.
Emptying waste container
Note: Wait until the automatic filter shaking
process is finished and the dust has settled
before you open or empty the waste container.
Î Raise the waste container slightly and
pull it out.
Storage
 DANGER
Risk of injury and damage! Note the weight
of the appliance in case of storage.
Shutdown
Î Empty waste container.
Î Push in the waste container and lock it.
Î Empty opposite waste container.
Turn off the appliance
Note: After switching off the appliance, the
dust filter is automatically cleaned. Wait for
approx. 2 minutes before opening the appliance cover.
Î Set programme switch to step 1 (driving). The side brush and roller brush are
raised.
Î Turn main key to "0" and remove it.
Note
The appliance has an automatic switch-off
function to protect the batteries from discharging. If the appliance is not in use (with
the key switch turned on) for longer than 30
minutes, it will switch off automatically.
Transport
 DANGER
Risk of injury and damage! Observe the
weight of the appliance when you transport
it.
Î Turn main key to "0" and remove it.
Î Secure the wheels of the machine with
wheel chocks.
Î Secure the machine with tensioning
straps or cables.
Î When transporting in vehicles, secure
the appliance according to the guidelines from slipping and tipping over.
If the sweeper is going to be out of service
for a longer time period, observe the following points:
Î Park the sweeper on an even surface.
Î Set programme switch to step 1 (driving). The roller brush and side brushes
are raised to prevent the bristles being
damaged.
Î Turn main key to "0" and remove it.
Î Lock the sweeper to ensure that it does
not roll off.
Î Clean the inside and outside of the
sweeper.
Î Park the machine in a safe and dry
place.
Î Disconnect battery.
Î Charge battery and recharge it approx.
every 2 months.
Maintenance and care
General notes
Î First switch off the appliance and remove the key before performing any
cleaning or maintenance tasks on the
appliance, replacing parts or switching
over to another function.
Î Pull out the battery plug or clamp the
battery while working on the electrical
unit.
– Maintenance work may only be carried
out by approved customer service outlets or experts in this field who are familiar with the respective safety
regulations.
– Mobile appliances used for commercial
purposes are subject to safety inspections according to VDE 0701.
– Use only roller brushes/ side-brushes
that are provided with the appliance or
specified in the Operations Manual.
The use of other roller brushes/ sidebrushes can affect the safety of the appliance.
Cleaning
Note
Observe markings for fixing points on base
frame (chain symbols). When loading or
unloading the machine, it may only be operated on gradients of max. 12%.
CAUTION
Risk of damage! Do not clean the appliance
with a water hose or high-pressure water
jet (danger of short circuits or other damage).
Do not use aggressive and abrasive cleaning agents.
Cleaning the inside of the machine
 Danger
Risk of injury! Wear dust mask and protective goggles.
Î Open the device hood.
Î Blow through machine with compressed air.
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Î Clean the machine with a damp cloth
which has been soaked in mild detergent.
Î Close cover.
External cleaning of the appliance
Î Clean the machine with a damp cloth
which has been soaked in mild detergent.
Maintenance intervals
Observe the inspection checklist!
Note: The elapsed-time counter shows the
timing of the maintenance intervals.
Maintenance by the customer
Note: Where maintenance is carried out by
the customer, all service and maintenance
work must be undertaken by a qualified
specialist. If required, a specialised Windsor dealer may be contacted at any time.
Daily maintenance:
Î Check the sweeping roller and the side
brush for wear and wrapped belts.
Î Check tyre pressure.
Î Check function of all operator control elements.
Weekly maintenance:
Î Check fluid level of battery.
Î Check moving parts for freedom of
movement.
Î Check the gasket in the sweeping area
for position and wear.
Î Check dust filter and clean filter box, if
required.
Î Check function of seat contact switch.
Maintenance to be carried out every 100
operating hours:
Î Check battery acid level.
Î Check tension, wear and function of
drive belts (V-belt and circular belt).
Maintenance following wear:
Î Replace sealing strips.
Î Replace roller brush.
Î Replace side brush.
Note: For description, see section on Maintenance work.
Maintenance by Customer Service
Note: In order to safeguard warranty
claims, all service and maintenance work
during the warranty period must be carried
out by the authorised Windsor Customer
Service in accordance with the maintenance booklet.
Maintenance to be carried out after 5 operating hours:
Î Carry out initial inspection.
Maintenance to be carried out every 50
operating hours
Î Have maintenance tasks performed according to the inspection check list.
Maintenance to be carried out every 100
operating hours
Î Have maintenance tasks performed according to the inspection check list.
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