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Instruction Manual
Hako-Jonas 900 V/E (6502.10/6502.20)
Instruction Manual
Hako-Jonas 900 V/E (6502.10/6502.20)
Introduction
Dear customer,
It is our desire that the good characteristics of the Hako-Jonas 900 V/E should
justify the confidence you demonstrated
by making this purchase.
We did our best to supply you with an
efficient and dependable machine.
Before first operation of your Hako-Jonas 900 V/E, read these instructions
carefully. The manual provides valuable
information about service and maintenance.
The symbol
Please be advised explicitly that we
cannot accept any legal issues out of
the contents of this manual.
If repair work has to be performed
make sure that only genuine spare
parts are used; only genuine spare
parts may guarantee a dependable
machine and ill make sure that your
rights under current warranty are not
affected.
We reserve the right for technical improvement.
Valid as of: November 2003 (900 E)
January 2004
(900 V)
Observe the safety information listed in
chapter 1.
Hako GmbH
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
Hamburger Str. 209-239
Phone (0 45 31) 80 60
04/2005
as used in this manual identifies items
relevant to safety. Please make sure to
forward all safety instructions to other
operators.
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Introduction
Dear customer,
It is our desire that the good characteristics of the Hako-Jonas 900 V/E should
justify the confidence you demonstrated
by making this purchase.
We did our best to supply you with an
efficient and dependable machine.
Before first operation of your Hako-Jonas 900 V/E, read these instructions
carefully. The manual provides valuable
information about service and maintenance.
The symbol
Please be advised explicitly that we
cannot accept any legal issues out of
the contents of this manual.
If repair work has to be performed
make sure that only genuine spare
parts are used; only genuine spare
parts may guarantee a dependable
machine and ill make sure that your
rights under current warranty are not
affected.
We reserve the right for technical improvement.
Valid as of: November 2003 (900 E)
January 2004
(900 V)
Observe the safety information listed in
chapter 1.
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Hako-Werke GmbH
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
Hamburger Str. 209-239
Phone (0 45 31) 80 60
04/2005
as used in this manual identifies items
relevant to safety. Please make sure to
forward all safety instructions to other
operators.
Proper Use
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Proper Use
The Hako-Jonas 900 V/E has been exclusively designed for collecting dry and
moist matter from floor surfaces in e.g.
factories, storage buildings, parking
ground and pedestrian areas. Using the
machine beyond this scope of application will be deemed improper use; The
manufacturer cannot be held liable for
consequential damages.
The term of proper use also includes
operation, maintenance and repair work
to be performed in compliance with the
manufacturer's specifications.
The Hako-Jonas 900 V/E may be used,
serviced and repaired by personnel
only that are familiar with the machine
and aware of possible hazards involved.
Accident Prevention Regulation, Road
Traffic Regulations, and aspects of
safety and working medicine will have
to be complied with.
If modifications to the machine are
made in absence of the manufacturer's
prior consent, the latter cannot be held
liable for damage resulting from such
unauthorized modification.
The machine has not
been designed for collecting dusts which are
detrimental to health or
explosive dusts.
Notes on warranty
The terms of the sales contract apply.
Damages are not subject to warranty if
they are due to non-compliance with the
maintenance and service provisions.
The maintenance work has to be performed by an authorised Hako service centre and confirmed in the "Maintenance
certificate" which is the warranty document.
The following is excluded from warranty:
Natural wear and tear after overload
and damages caused by inexpert handling and unauthorised modification of
the machine. Moreover, any claim for
warranty cannot be accepted if damages at the machine are caused by fitting
parts or accessories without Hako's prior and explicit consent or by non-compliance with the maintenance
instructions.
Acceptance of the machine
Upon arrival, check machine for possible damages in transit. For refund of
such damage, have the Deutsche Bahn
AG or your freight forwarder confirm
such damage. Mail notification and
waybill to:
Hako GmbH
Hamburger Straße 209-239
23843 Bad Oldesloe
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Proper Use
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Proper Use
The Hako-Jonas 900 V/E has been exclusively designed for collecting dry and
moist matter from floor surfaces in e.g.
factories, storage buildings, parking
ground and pedestrian areas. Using the
machine beyond this scope of application will be deemed improper use; The
manufacturer cannot be held liable for
consequential damages.
The term of proper use also includes
operation, maintenance and repair work
to be performed in compliance with the
manufacturer's specifications.
The Hako-Jonas 900 V/E may be used,
serviced and repaired by personnel
only that are familiar with the machine
and aware of possible hazards involved.
Accident Prevention Regulation, Road
Traffic Regulations, and aspects of
safety and working medicine will have
to be complied with.
If modifications to the machine are
made in absence of the manufacturer's
prior consent, the latter cannot be held
liable for damage resulting from such
unauthorized modification.
The machine has not
been designed for collecting dusts which are
detrimental to health or
explosive dusts.
Notes on warranty
The terms of the sales contract apply.
Damages are not subject to warranty if
they are due to non-compliance with the
maintenance and service provisions.
The maintenance work has to be performed by an authorised Hako service centre and confirmed in the "Maintenance
certificate" which is the warranty document.
The following is excluded from warranty:
Natural wear and tear after overload
and damages caused by inexpert handling and unauthorised modification of
the machine. Moreover, any claim for
warranty cannot be accepted if damages at the machine are caused by fitting
parts or accessories without Hako's prior and explicit consent or by non-compliance with the maintenance
instructions.
Acceptance of the machine
Upon arrival, check machine for possible damages in transit. For refund of
such damage, have the Deutsche Bahn
AG or your freight forwarder confirm
such damage. Mail notification and
waybill to:
Hako-Werke GmbH
Hamburger Straße 209-239
23843 Bad Oldesloe
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Table of Contents
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Safety Information . . . . . . . . 6
General Safety Information . . 6
Safety and Warning Symbols. 7
Generally Applicable Symbols 7
Labels at the Machine . . . . . . 8
Hako-Jonas 900 V Signs . . . . 9
Hako-Jonas 900 E Signs . . . 10
Operation/Safety Information 12
Cleaning Information . . . . . . 13
Maintenance Instructions . . . 14
Accident Prevention Regula-tions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functional Description . . . . .
Cylinder Broom . . . . . . . . . .
Side Brush . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Filter System / Dust Evacuation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.5
Shaking System . . . . . . . . . .
2.6
Steering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7
Wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.1 900 E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.7.2 900 V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.8
Brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.9
Travel Drive Assembly . . . . .
4
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
3
3.1
3.2
Battery Systems . . . . . . . . . 19
Low Discharge Signal
Sender . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Plug Connection Coding . . . 21
4
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
First Operation . . . . . . . . . .
Hako-Jonas 900 V . . . . . . . .
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fill Fuel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Check Engine Oil Level . . . .
Hako-Jonas 900 E . . . . . . . .
First Operation of Batteries .
Insert Batteries . . . . . . . . . . .
23
23
23
23
23
24
24
25
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hako-Jonas 900 Controls. . .
Hako-Jonas 900 V Control
Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3
Hako-Jonas 900 E Control
Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4
Empty Dirt Hoppers . . . . . . .
5.5
Working With the
Hako-Jonas 900 . . . . . . . . . .
5.6
Hako-Jonas 900 V . . . . . . . .
5.6.1 Before Starting the Engine . .
5.6.2 Start Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6.3 Stop Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26
26
5
5.1
5.2
28
31
33
34
34
34
34
35
5.6.4
5.6.5
5.6.6
5.7
5.7.1
Sweep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stop and Park . . . . . . . . . . .
Displace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hako-Jonas 900 E . . . . . . . .
Switch Electro-Motor On
and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.2 Sweep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.3 Stop and Park . . . . . . . . . . .
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35
35
35
36
36
36
36
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . 37
7
7.1
7.2
7.2.1
Maintenance/Service . . . . . 43
Maintenance Instructions . . . 43
Hako-Jonas 900 V/E . . . . . . 44
Mount/Dismount Cylinder
Broom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
7.2.3 Sealing Strips for Broom
Compartment . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
7.2.6 Dismount Plate Filter . . . . . . 48
7.2.7 Basic Cleaning of Plate Filter 49
7.3
Hako-Jonas 900 V . . . . . . . . 50
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1.1
1.2
1.2.1
1.3
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Table of Contents
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
7.3.6
7.3.7
7.3.8
7.3.9
7.3.10
7.3.11
7.3.12
7.3.13
7.3.14
7.4
7.4.1
7.4.2
7.4.3
7.4.4
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7.4.5
7.4.6
7.4.7
Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Check Engine Oil Level . . . . 50
Change Engine Oil . . . . . . . . 50
Air cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Hydraulic System . . . . . . . . . 52
Refill Hydraulic Fluid. . . . . . . 52
Change Hydraulic Fluid Filter 52
V-Belt Drive Jonas 900 V . . . 53
Replace Cylinder Broom
V-Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Replace Side Brush V-Belt. . 54
Replace Suction Fan V-Belt . 54
Replace Hydraulic Pump
V-Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Electrical System . . . . . . . . . 56
Hako-Jonas 900 V (6502.10)
Maintenance Schedule. . . . . 57
Hako-Jonas 900 E . . . . . . . . 59
Electrical System . . . . . . . . . 59
Brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
V-belt drive Jonas 900 E . . . 60
Replace Cylinder Broom
V-Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Replace Side Brush V-Belt. . 61
Replace Suction Fan V-Belt . 61
Hako-Jonas 900 E (6502.20)
Maintenance Schedule. . . . . 62
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Safety Information
Safety Information
1.1
General Safety Information
Apart from the instructions contained in
this manual, the general safety instructions and accident prevention regulations, as imposed by law will have to be
complied with. Do not put the Manual
aside without reading it even if you used
similar sweepers before. Take the time
to read them now and save time later. It
will be of essence to make yourself familiar with all accessories and controls,
as well as their functions, before you
start working. Take time to read now
and save time later.
Machines with known defects must not
be used.
Prior to operation make yourself familiar
with all systems and controls and "where they arrive". Avoid the mess of having to read this book while trying to run
the machine.
Using the machine in areas with explosion hazard, on public roads and places
is prohibited.
The operator has to use the machine
within its design limits.
Shut the motors down before transporting the machine.
Keep clear of hazard zone!
Before commencing work, the operator
has to make sure that the Hako-Jonas
900 V/E and its accessories are in proper and safe condition.
Warning and instruction labels attached
to the machine contain important information about safe operation. Illegible or
lost labels have to be replaced.
When sweeping in closed rooms, provide for
sufficient ventilation.
Avoid filling fuel tanks
while the engine is running; do not smoke or
handle open flames
when filling fuel tanks or
working in the vicinity of
the fuel system.
Make sure that all covers
are fitted before starting
to sweep.
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Safety Information
Safety Information
1.1
General Safety Information
Apart from the instructions contained in
this manual, the general safety instructions and accident prevention regulations, as imposed by law will have to be
complied with. Do not put the Manual
aside without reading it even if you used
similar sweepers before. Take the time
to read them now and save time later. It
will be of essence to make yourself familiar with all accessories and controls,
as well as their functions, before you
start working. Take time to read now
and save time later.
Machines with known defects must not
be used.
Prior to operation make yourself familiar
with all systems and controls and "where they arrive". Avoid the mess of having to read this book while trying to run
the machine.
Using the machine in areas with explosion hazard, on public roads and places
is prohibited.
The operator has to use the machine
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within its design limits.
Shut the motors down before transporting the machine.
Keep clear of hazard zone!
Before commencing work, the operator
has to make sure that the Hako-Jonas
900 V/E and its accessories are in proper and safe condition.
Warning and instruction labels attached
to the machine contain important information about safe operation. Illegible or
lost labels have to be replaced.
When sweeping in closed rooms, provide for
sufficient ventilation.
Avoid filling fuel tanks
while the engine is running; do not smoke or
handle open flames
when filling fuel tanks or
working in the vicinity of
the fuel system.
Make sure that all covers
are fitted before starting
to sweep.
04/2005
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Safety Information
1.2
Safety and Warning Symbols
1.2.1 Generally Applicable Symbols
All paragraphs in this manual referring
to your personal safety, the safety of
your machine and the environment protection are attributed one of the
Symbol
Hazardous for
DANGER
persons and
goods
CAUTION
the machine
Ecological hazard
the environment
Description
dangerous situation
caused by imprecise or non-observance of instructions or
prescribed work routine
important information on handling the Hako-Jonas in order to
maintain operability
due to use of substances representing an inherent danger to
health of environment
Versions of used safety
and warning symbols
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Table 1
following warning symbols:
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Safety Information
1.2
Safety and Warning Symbols
1.2.1 Generally Applicable Symbols
All paragraphs in this manual referring
to your personal safety, the safety of
your machine and the environment protection are attributed one of the
Symbol
Hazardous for
DANGER
persons and
goods
CAUTION
the machine
Ecological hazard
the environment
Description
dangerous situation
caused by imprecise or non-observance of instructions or
prescribed work routine
important information on handling the Hako-Jonas in order to
maintain operability
due to use of substances representing an inherent danger to
health of environment
Versions of used safety
and warning symbols
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Table 1
following warning symbols:
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Safety Information
1.3
Labels at the Machine
The following safety and information
signs are legibly attached to the machine. Missing or illegible stickers have to
be replaced.
Tyre pressure (4) (900 V only)
Brake (6)
6 bar
Read and observe
operator's Manual (5)
Folding apron (1)
Noise performance (7)
86 dB (A) 900 E
93 dB (A) 900 V
Parking brake(2)
Hako nameplate, front and rear(3)
Safety and information
signs
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Fig. 1
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Safety Information
1.3
Labels at the Machine
The following safety and information
signs are legibly attached to the machine. Missing or illegible stickers have to
be replaced.
Tyre pressure (4) (900 V only)
Brake (6)
6 bar
Read and observe
operator's Manual (5)
Folding apron (1)
Noise performance (7)
86 dB (A) 900 E
93 dB (A) 900 V
Parking brake(2)
Fig. 1
8
Safety and information
signs
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Hako nameplate, front and rear(3)
Safety Information
1.3.1 Hako-Jonas 900 V Signs
Rotating parts (9)
Nameplate (12)
(under the mat)
Burning surfaces (10)
High-pressure cleaner(13)
Cylinder broom wearing take-up (11)
Fig. 2
Do not clean with highpressure cleaner or vapour jet.
Safety and information
signs
Hako-Jonas type name(15)
Hydraulic fluid (8)
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Hako-Jonas 900 V
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Safety Information
1.3.1 Hako-Jonas 900 V Signs
Rotating parts (9)
Nameplate (12)
(under the mat)
Burning surfaces (10)
High-pressure cleaner(13)
Cylinder broom wearing take-up (11)
Fig. 2
Safety and information
signs
Do not clean with highpressure cleaner or vapour jet.
Hako-Jonas type name(15)
Hako-Jonas 900 V
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Hydraulic fluid (8)
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Safety Information
1.3.2 Hako-Jonas 900 E Signs
Rotating parts (9)
24 V sticker (17)
24 V
LDS battery setting (15)
Cylinder broom wearing take-up (11)
Hako-Jonas type name (14)
Safety and information
signs
Nameplate (12)
Hako-Jonas 900 E
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Fig. 3
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Safety Information
1.3.2 Hako-Jonas 900 E Signs
Rotating parts (9)
24 V sticker (17)
24 V
LDS battery setting (15)
Cylinder broom wearing take-up (11)
Hako-Jonas type name (14)
Safety and information
signs
Nameplate (12)
Hako-Jonas 900 E
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Fig. 3
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Safety Information
Hako-Jonas 900 E Signs Continued
High-pressure cleaner (13)
Battery charging (16)
Do not clean with highpressure cleaner or vapour jet.
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Keep seat hood opened
during complete battery
charging procedure.
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Safety Information
Hako-Jonas 900 E Signs Continued
High-pressure cleaner (13)
Battery charging (16)
Do not clean with highpressure cleaner or vapour jet.
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Keep seat hood opened
during complete battery
charging procedure.
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Safety Information
Operation/Safety Information
Vacuum sweepers may be run by qualified personnel only; such personnel will
have to have evidenced their qualification for running the machine to the owner
or his authorised representative; operators explicitly will have to be instructed
by the owner or his authorized representative to use the machine.
The machine may be
used for cleaning such
surfaces approved by
the owner or this authorised representative for
operation of vacuum
sweepers.
Before starting the engine, switch off all drives.
Transporting persons on the machine is
prohibited. Ride-on machine types are
to be started with the driver being sea-
ted.
Never leave the machine unattended
before the motors are off and the machine is protected against unintended
movements.
To prevent the machine from unauthorised use, pull the control key to block all
drives.
Shut down the motors before transport
of the machine. During driving the operator has to take account of local conditions and when working he has to watch
out for other persons, especially children.
Compared to fourwheeled vehicles, driving stability of threewheeled vehicles is reduced. We thus recommend:
- do not negotiate curves at high speed.
- do not turn at slopes
but on level ground
only.
- ride up- or downhill
straight.
Shut down the engine
before opening the hood
or fairings.
This machine must not
be used as dust-evacuating machine with dust
filter insert (separator)
to collect dusts which
are hazardous to health.
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1.4
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Safety Information
Operation/Safety Information
Vacuum sweepers may be run by qualified personnel only; such personnel will
have to have evidenced their qualification for running the machine to the owner
or his authorised representative; operators explicitly will have to be instructed
by the owner or his authorized representative to use the machine.
The machine may be
used for cleaning such
surfaces approved by
the owner or this authorised representative for
operation of vacuum
sweepers.
Before starting the engine, switch off all drives.
Transporting persons on the machine is
prohibited. Ride-on machine types are
to be started with the driver being sea12
ted.
Never leave the machine unattended
before the motors are off and the machine is protected against unintended
movements.
To prevent the machine from unauthorised use, pull the control key to block all
drives.
Shut down the motors before transport
of the machine. During driving the operator has to take account of local conditions and when working he has to watch
out for other persons, especially children.
Compared to fourwheeled vehicles, driving stability of threewheeled vehicles is reduced. We thus recommend:
- do not negotiate curves at high speed.
- do not turn at slopes
but on level ground
only.
- ride up- or downhill
straight.
Shut down the engine
before opening the hood
or fairings.
This machine must not
be used as dust-evacuating machine with dust
filter insert (separator)
to collect dusts which
are hazardous to health.
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1.4
Safety Information
Warning and instruction
labels attached to the
machine contain important information
about safe operation.
Provide for sufficient
ventilation when
sweeping indoors.
1.5
Cleaning Information
The specific safety instructions for
handling drive batteries (see leaflet 8860-2556) apply. Before proceeding to
cleaning of the machine, pull the ignition key.
The machine is splash-proof (IPX3).
Proceed to filter shaking
only after having closed
the dirt hopper.
Do not clean the HakoJonas 900 V and E with
high-pressure cleaner or
vapour jet.
Do not open the hood
with the engine running.
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Proceed to cleaning of
the dirt hopper in regular
intervals to preclude formation of bacterial deposits.
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Safety Information
Warning and instruction
labels attached to the
machine contain important information
about safe operation.
Provide for sufficient
ventilation when
sweeping indoors.
Proceed to filter shaking
only after having closed
the dirt hopper.
Do not open the hood
with the engine running.
1.5
Cleaning Information
The specific safety instructions for
handling drive batteries (see leaflet 8860-2556) apply. Before proceeding to
cleaning of the machine, pull the ignition key.
The machine is splash-proof (IPX3).
Do not clean the HakoJonas 900 V and E with
high-pressure cleaner or
vapour jet.
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Proceed to cleaning of
the dirt hopper in regular
intervals to preclude formation of bacterial deposits.
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Safety Information
Maintenance Instructions
A good approach to prevention of accidents is proper maintenance of the machine.
Before proceeding to repair or maintenance work pull the ignition key.
Use appropriate tools for maintenance,
service, setting etc.
As far as aspects of safety are concerned, spare parts will have to be at least
of the same quality as the genuine spare parts.
Switch off the motors
before maintaining the
machine or replacing
parts of it.
Check hydraulic lines
and hoses for damages
and leakage in regular
intervals; replace defective hoses and lines immediately!
Before changing wheels
protect the machine
against rolling by placing blocks. Proceed to
wheel changing when
the machine is on level
and solid ground.
Do not repair the pneumatic tires mounted to
the machine yourself.
Dismount the wheel and
take it to repair by professionals.
Use of other than the cylinder brooms and side
brushes approved by
the manufacturer is not
admitted (see technical
data) since use of other
cylinder brooms and
side brushes may affect
your safety.
When handling lubricating agents, the applicable regulations for protection of the
environment and prevention of fire have to be
complied with. Provide
for disposal of used oil
and grease in accordance with the provisions
imposed by law.
Collect cleaning agents,
oil, fuel oil, grease etc.
and provide for adequate disposal. Wipe away
spilled substances.
Specific safety instructions for handling
batteries apply (refer to leaflet 88-602556 for further safety provisions).
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1.6
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Safety Information
Maintenance Instructions
A good approach to prevention of accidents is proper maintenance of the machine.
Before proceeding to repair or maintenance work pull the ignition key.
Use appropriate tools for maintenance,
service, setting etc.
As far as aspects of safety are concerned, spare parts will have to be at least
of the same quality as the genuine spare parts.
Switch off the motors
before maintaining the
machine or replacing
parts of it.
Check hydraulic lines
and hoses for damages
and leakage in regular
intervals; replace defective hoses and lines immediately!
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Before changing wheels
protect the machine
against rolling by placing blocks. Proceed to
wheel changing when
the machine is on level
and solid ground.
Do not repair the pneumatic tires mounted to
the machine yourself.
Dismount the wheel and
take it to repair by professionals.
Use of other than the cylinder brooms and side
brushes approved by
the manufacturer is not
admitted (see technical
data) since use of other
cylinder brooms and
side brushes may affect
your safety.
When handling lubricating agents, the applicable regulations for protection of the
environment and prevention of fire have to be
complied with. Provide
for disposal of used oil
and grease in accordance with the provisions
imposed by law.
Collect cleaning agents,
oil, fuel oil, grease etc.
and provide for adequate disposal. Wipe away
spilled substances.
Specific safety instructions for handling
batteries apply (refer to leaflet 88-602556 for further safety provisions).
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1.6
Safety Information
Before commencing any
work on the electrical
system disconnect battery (negative lead) of
the Hako-Jonas 900 V
and disconnect the battery plug of the Hako Jonas 900 E.
ling such as e.g. metallic
dust to avoid leakage
current.
Do not keep batteries discharged for a longer
period; always recharge
them as soon as possible.
Spilled (straight) battery
acid must not get into
the sewage system before having been neutralised. Comply with the regulations imposed by
law and observe local
provisions.
Top with distilled water
only. Never refill battery
acid in battery cells of
perfect condition.
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Open the hood before
charging batteries; generation of explosive
gas!
Keep batteries dry and
clean and clear of soi-
Do not place metal objects or tools onto batteries. Short-circuit and
deflagration hazard.
Battery acid is highly
caustic (keep clear of
children).
When checking the battery acid level, wear
safety glasses. If acid
splashes get into the
eyes rinse with clear water for 15 minutes and
contact a doctor immediately.
Wear appropriate protective clothes (e.g. protective gloves or fingerstalls) when handling
battery acid.
Do not use open flames
(explosion hazard).
Do not eat, smoke or
drink in rooms where
batteries are charged to
avoid damaging your health. After work with batteries wash your hands
thoroughly. Provide for
sufficient ventilation.
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Safety Information
Before commencing any
work on the electrical
system disconnect battery (negative lead) of
the Hako-Jonas 900 V
and disconnect the battery plug of the Hako Jonas 900 E.
ling such as e.g. metallic
dust to avoid leakage
current.
Do not keep batteries discharged for a longer
period; always recharge
them as soon as possible.
Spilled (straight) battery
acid must not get into
the sewage system before having been neutralised. Comply with the regulations imposed by
law and observe local
provisions.
Top with distilled water
only. Never refill battery
acid in battery cells of
perfect condition.
04/2005
Open the hood before
charging batteries; generation of explosive
gas!
Keep batteries dry and
clean and clear of soi-
Do not place metal objects or tools onto batteries. Short-circuit and
deflagration hazard.
Battery acid is highly
caustic (keep clear of
children).
When checking the battery acid level, wear
safety glasses. If acid
splashes get into the
eyes rinse with clear water for 15 minutes and
contact a doctor immediately.
Wear appropriate protective clothes (e.g. protective gloves or fingerstalls) when handling
battery acid.
Do not use open flames
(explosion hazard).
Do not eat, smoke or
drink in rooms where
batteries are charged to
avoid damaging your health. After work with batteries wash your hands
thoroughly. Provide for
sufficient ventilation.
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Safety Information
1.7
Accident Prevention Regulations
Vehicles
According to BGV D 29, the Hako-Jonas 900 V/E vacuum sweeper has to be inspected for safe condition by an authorized expert as required, but not less than once a year.
Results of such an inspection have to be kept on file at least until the next inspection is performed.
BGV D 27
Observe as well:
Industrial trucks
- the applicable provisions for Safety and Health at Work and the Fire Regulations
- internal safety provisions
04/2005
BGV D 29
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Safety Information
1.7
Accident Prevention Regulations
Vehicles
According to BGV D 29, the Hako-Jonas 900 V/E vacuum sweeper has to be inspected for safe condition by an authorized expert as required, but not less than once a year.
Results of such an inspection have to be kept on file at least until the next inspection is performed.
BGV D 27
Observe as well:
Industrial trucks
- the applicable provisions for Safety and Health at Work and the Fire Regulations
- internal safety provisions
04/2005
BGV D 29
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Description
2
Description
2.1
Functional Description
The side brushes are used to collect dirt
at borders and to enlarge the working
width as well as to increase the area
performance at large spaces.
The cylinder broom transports the debris into the dirt hopper. The suction fan
vacuums the fine dirt which is separated by a filter system. The air returned
into the environment is clean.
This sweeper operates
dust-free.
Principle of
Hako-Jonas 900 V/E
The cylinder broom width amounts to
700 mm and its diameter 345 mm.
2.3
Side Brush
The standard version, the side brush is
located at the front right. The operator
lifts and lowers it by hand lever.
The side brush is to have a light inclination.
The pivoting area of the side brush arm
is limited by stop screws.
The side brush is driven by V-belt.
For special application, fitting of a second side brush at the left is possible.
04/2005
Fig. 4
2.2
Cylinder Broom
The cylinder broom is equipped with six
rows of bristles arranged in V-shape.
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Description
2
Description
2.1
Functional Description
The side brushes are used to collect dirt
at borders and to enlarge the working
width as well as to increase the area
performance at large spaces.
The cylinder broom transports the debris into the dirt hopper. The suction fan
vacuums the fine dirt which is separated by a filter system. The air returned
into the environment is clean.
This sweeper operates
dust-free.
Principle of
Hako-Jonas 900 V/E
The cylinder broom width amounts to
700 mm and its diameter 345 mm.
2.3
Side Brush
The standard version, the side brush is
located at the front right. The operator
lifts and lowers it by hand lever.
The side brush is to have a light inclination.
The pivoting area of the side brush arm
is limited by stop screws.
The side brush is driven by V-belt.
For special application, fitting of a second side brush at the left is possible.
04/2005
Fig. 4
2.2
Cylinder Broom
The cylinder broom is equipped with six
rows of bristles arranged in V-shape.
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Description
2.4
Filter System / Dust Evacuation
The filter system is located in the filter
case above the dirt hopper. The suction
filter transports the fine dust raised by
the cylinder broom to the plate filter and
separated there. The fine dusts sets at
the outsides of the filter blades.
2.6
Steering
Steerage is effectuated from steering
wheel to front wheel via fork head.
2.7
Wheels
2.7.1 900 E
Front wheel : Solid tires
Rear wheels: Solid tires
In case of heavy dusting,
check and clean the plate filter at regular intervals.
2.7.2 900 V
Front wheel: pneumatic tire 4.00-4
Rear wheels: pneumatic tire 4.00-4
2.5
Shaking System
Due to normal working vibration the set
dust partly falls off into the dirt hoper.
Special tires:
Solid rubber tires
3 wheels with rim
To ensure working in a dust-free ambiance, however, actuate the shaking
system regularly.
2.8
Brake
The Hako-Jonas 900 E/V is equipped
with a service brake.
This brake has been constructed as
shoe brake and equally serves as parking brake.
It is located at the rear wheels and is actuated via cables.
A special adjustment screw is situated
at the right-hand rear wheel.
Works at the braking system have to be executed by qualified persons
in a qualified workshop
only.
2.9
Travel Drive Assembly
The Hako-Jonas 900V is equipped with
a hydrostatic driven by a pump and a
combustion engine.
04/2005
The Hako-Jonas 900 E is equipped with
an electric drive assembly with continuous regulation.
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Description
2.4
Filter System / Dust Evacuation
The filter system is located in the filter
case above the dirt hopper. The suction
filter transports the fine dust raised by
the cylinder broom to the plate filter and
separated there. The fine dusts sets at
the outsides of the filter blades.
2.6
Steering
Steerage is effectuated from steering
wheel to front wheel via fork head.
2.7
Wheels
2.7.1 900 E
Front wheel : Solid tires
Rear wheels: Solid tires
In case of heavy dusting,
check and clean the plate filter at regular intervals.
2.7.2 900 V
Front wheel: pneumatic tire 4.00-4
Rear wheels: pneumatic tire 4.00-4
2.5
Shaking System
Due to normal working vibration the set
dust partly falls off into the dirt hoper.
To ensure working in a dust-free ambiance, however, actuate the shaking
system regularly.
Special tires:
Solid rubber tires
3 wheels with rim
2.8
Brake
The Hako-Jonas 900 E/V is equipped
with a service brake.
This brake has been constructed as
shoe brake and equally serves as parking brake.
It is located at the rear wheels and is actuated via cables.
A special adjustment screw is situated
at the right-hand rear wheel.
Works at the braking system have to be executed by qualified persons
in a qualified workshop
only.
2.9
Travel Drive Assembly
The Hako-Jonas 900V is equipped with
a hydrostatic driven by a pump and a
combustion engine.
04/2005
The Hako-Jonas 900 E is equipped with
an electric drive assembly with continuous regulation.
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Battery Systems
3
Battery Systems
Hako-Jonas 900 E
Pieces
Order no.
6 Volt/175 Ah, PzS block battery
4
6458
24 V/35 A charger unit
variable IUIoIa and IUIoU characteristic,
230 V AC
1
4003
6 V/189 Ah GiV block battery, maintenance-free
4
7411
24 V/35 A charger unit,
variable IUIoIa and IUIoU characteristic,
230 V AC
1
4003
Before commencing any
work on the electrical
system disconnect battery plug of the Hako Jonas 900 E. Do not use
open flames when handling batteries and especially when checking the
battery acid level.
Provide for sufficient
ventilation in rooms
where batteries are charged. Spilled (straight)
battery acid must not get
into the sewage system
before having been neutralised.
04/2005
Comply with the regulations imposed by law
and observe local provisions.
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Battery Systems
3
Battery Systems
Hako-Jonas 900 E
Pieces
Order no.
6 Volt/175 Ah, PzS block battery
4
6458
24 V/35 A charger unit
variable IUIoIa and IUIoU characteristic,
230 V AC
1
4003
6 V/189 Ah GiV block battery, maintenance-free
4
7411
24 V/35 A charger unit,
variable IUIoIa and IUIoU characteristic,
230 V AC
1
4003
Before commencing any
work on the electrical
system disconnect battery plug of the Hako Jonas 900 E. Do not use
open flames when handling batteries and especially when checking the
battery acid level.
Provide for sufficient
ventilation in rooms
where batteries are charged. Spilled (straight)
battery acid must not get
into the sewage system
before having been neutralised.
04/2005
Comply with the regulations imposed by law
and observe local provisions.
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Battery Systems
3.1
Low Discharge Signal Sender
1
Low discharge signal
sender (LDS)
Battery discharge status
During operation, the machine electronics indicates the discharge status of
the battery by means of a red LED
(Fig.5/1) and three green LEDs (Fig.5/
2). When all three green LEDs light up,
the batteries are fully charged. As the
batteries become progressively
discharges, the LEDs go out in succession from right to left. When the last
green LED goes out, the red LED starts
to flash (early warning of imminent shutdown). After a certain time, the red LED
lights up continuously indicating the
"battery empty" status. Shortly afterwards, the drive motor is automatically
switched off to protect the battery from
a total discharge.
The machine should only be restarted
when the battery have been charged.
11/2003
Fig. 5
2
The machine is equipped with a total
discharge signal transducer to protect
the battery against total discharge. The
total discharge signal transducer is integrated in the electronics.
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Battery Systems
3.2
Plug Connection Coding
The machine's, the battery's and the
charger unit's plugs have to be coded
with coloured pins according to the battery type and the nominal voltage.
The charger unit's plugs are/will be coded in the factory according to the characteristic curve such that a modified
characteristic curve (according to the
battery type) always requires modification of the plug coding.
Charger unit plug colour:
- grey for wet batteries
- green for maintenance-free Gel
batteries
Machine plug colour:
- yellow for both battery types
Nominal voltage value for
plug printed on each side
of the hexagon (letters
upside down)
80 V
24 V
Inscription for nominal voltage for sokkets accordingly
Remove the coding pin by pressing the
ends together by means of pliers.
Press together for removal.
Insert pin such that the nominal voltage
inscription is visible through the case
window. Socket and plug always with
the same nominal voltage.
Before first operation of
the machine, the batteries have to be adequately charged by an initial
charging procedure.
Please observe the instructions of the charger
unit's operating manual.
Hako rejects any claim
for warranty on battery
damages caused by unfulfilled initial charging.
The following three requirements have
to be met:
1 Voltage coding is the same for all
plugs and sockets
04/2005
Battery socket case:
- grey for wet batteries
- green for maintenance-free Gel
batteries
36 V
24 V
2 Coding pin colour in the machine =
yellow
3 Coding pin colour of the charger unit
= the same as in the battery plug according to the battery type
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Battery Systems
3.2
Plug Connection Coding
The machine's, the battery's and the
charger unit's plugs have to be coded
with coloured pins according to the battery type and the nominal voltage.
The charger unit's plugs are/will be coded in the factory according to the characteristic curve such that a modified
characteristic curve (according to the
battery type) always requires modification of the plug coding.
Charger unit plug colour:
- grey for wet batteries
- green for maintenance-free Gel
batteries
Machine plug colour:
- yellow for both battery types
Nominal voltage value for
plug printed on each side
of the hexagon (letters
upside down)
80 V
24 V
Inscription for nominal voltage for sokkets accordingly
Remove the coding pin by pressing the
ends together by means of pliers.
Press together for removal.
Insert pin such that the nominal voltage
inscription is visible through the case
window. Socket and plug always with
the same nominal voltage.
Before first operation of
the machine, the batteries have to be adequately charged by an initial
charging procedure.
Please observe the instructions of the charger
unit's operating manual.
Hako rejects any claim
for warranty on battery
damages caused by unfulfilled initial charging.
The following three requirements have
to be met:
1 Voltage coding is the same for all
plugs and sockets
04/2005
Battery socket case:
- grey for wet batteries
- green for maintenance-free Gel
batteries
36 V
24 V
2 Coding pin colour in the machine =
yellow
3 Coding pin colour of the charger unit
= the same as in the battery plug according to the battery type
21
Battery Systems
Coding system in charging plug device for wet and dry batteries (Gel batteries)
Example 24 V
green T
Wet battery plug connector
Gel battery plug connector
Front face
Cut through plugged
24 V-coding
yellow U
grey N
Front face
Machine
Wet battery charger unit
04/2005
Front face
Gel battery charger unit
22
Battery Systems
Coding system in charging plug device for wet and dry batteries (Gel batteries)
Example 24 V
green T
Gel battery plug connector
Wet battery plug connector
Front face
Cut through plugged
24 V-coding
yellow U
grey N
Gel battery charger unit
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Front face
Machine
Wet battery charger unit
04/2005
Front face
First Operation
4
First Operation
Before delivery, the Hako-Jonas has
been extensively tested and submitted
to a functional check.
Only qualified personnel of your local
Hako contract dealer are allowed to
proceed to first operation. After shipping of the machine, we advise your
contract dealer. He will contact you to
make a date for briefing lessons.
4.1
Hako-Jonas 900 V
4.1.1 General
Smoking and handling
open flames is prohibited when filling fuel
tanks and when working
at or in the vicinity of
fuel-containing components.
4.1.2 Fill Fuel
4.1.3 Check Engine Oil Level
The fuel tank is located below the foldable seat hood.
Use clean fuel and store
fuel in approved and closed reservoirs.
- Fold back seat hood.
- Fill unleaded regular
(filling: approx. 4 litres).
- Open fuel cock below the fuel tank.
Shut the motors down
before filling fuel tanks.
04/2005
Smoking and handling
open flames is prohibited when filling fuel
tanks and when working
at or in the vicinity of
fuel-containing components.
Shut the motors down
before filling fuel tanks.
Do not use the HakoJonas 900 V at ambient
temperatures of more
than 40°C.
Do not use the machine
at temperatures of -5°C
or less.
- Engine oil has been filled in the factory.
- To be on the safe side, check the oil
level again (see paragraph "7.3.2
Check engine oil level" and following).
- In order to protect the engine, it is
shut down in case of insufficient oil level.
Use clean oil when refilling.
Do not use used oil.
Store fuel in approved
and closed reservoirs
only.
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First Operation
4
First Operation
Before delivery, the Hako-Jonas has
been extensively tested and submitted
to a functional check.
Only qualified personnel of your local
Hako contract dealer are allowed to
proceed to first operation. After shipping of the machine, we advise your
contract dealer. He will contact you to
make a date for briefing lessons.
4.1
Hako-Jonas 900 V
4.1.1 General
04/2005
Smoking and handling
open flames is prohibited when filling fuel
tanks and when working
at or in the vicinity of
fuel-containing components.
Shut the motors down
before filling fuel tanks.
Do not use the HakoJonas 900 V at ambient
temperatures of more
than 40°C.
Do not use the machine
at temperatures of -5°C
or less.
Smoking and handling
open flames is prohibited when filling fuel
tanks and when working
at or in the vicinity of
fuel-containing components.
4.1.2 Fill Fuel
4.1.3 Check Engine Oil Level
The fuel tank is located below the foldable seat hood.
Use clean fuel and store
fuel in approved and closed reservoirs.
- Fold back seat hood.
- Fill unleaded regular
(filling: approx. 4 litres).
- Open fuel cock below the fuel tank.
Shut the motors down
before filling fuel tanks.
- Engine oil has been filled in the factory.
- To be on the safe side, check the oil
level again (see paragraph "7.3.2
Check engine oil level" and following).
- In order to protect the engine, it is
shut down in case of insufficient oil level.
Use clean oil when refilling.
Do not use used oil.
Store fuel in approved
and closed reservoirs
only.
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First Operation
4.2
Hako-Jonas 900 E
4.2.1 First Operation of Batteries
In order to attain an optimum of performance and service life of the battery,
proceed to an initial charging following
the filling.
The operating instructions enclosed to
each charger unit describe in detail
operation and function of the chargers.
Since batteries and
charger units are matched, we recommend
using batteries and
chargers as prescribed
by Hako. We grant full
warranty only for these
devices.
For further information on first operation, maintenance and service of batteries refer to the leaflet 88-60-2556
"Information on drive batteries".
04/2005
Do not use the HakoJonas 900 V at ambient
temperatures of more
than 40°C.
Do not start the machine
at temperatures of 0°C
or less.
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First Operation
4.2
Hako-Jonas 900 E
4.2.1 First Operation of Batteries
In order to attain an optimum of performance and service life of the battery,
proceed to an initial charging following
the filling.
The operating instructions enclosed to
each charger unit describe in detail
operation and function of the chargers.
Since batteries and
charger units are matched, we recommend
using batteries and
chargers as prescribed
by Hako. We grant full
warranty only for these
devices.
For further information on first operation, maintenance and service of batteries refer to the leaflet 88-60-2556
"Information on drive batteries".
04/2005
Do not use the HakoJonas 900 V at ambient
temperatures of more
than 40°C.
Do not start the machine
at temperatures of 0°C
or less.
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First Operation
4.2.2 Insert Batteries
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging the parking brake.
- Fold back seat hood.
- Insert batteries according to draft into
the battery tray:
Fig. 7
Insert batteries
04/2005
Fig. 6
6 V/175 Ah, PzS
6 V/180 Ah, GiV,
maintenance-free
- Connect batteries and cable set according to terminal diagram.
- Battery type at the low discharge signal sender (see 3.1)
- Connect charging plug of the battery
connection cable and cable of the
charger unit and proceed to initial
charging.
- After charging of the batteries, connect charger plug and device plug for
electrical connection.
Now the Hako-Jonas 900 E is operable.
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First Operation
4.2.2 Insert Batteries
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging the parking brake.
- Fold back seat hood.
- Insert batteries according to draft into
the battery tray:
Fig. 7
Insert batteries
04/2005
Fig. 6
6 V/175 Ah, PzS
6 V/180 Ah, GiV,
maintenance-free
- Connect batteries and cable set according to terminal diagram.
- Battery type at the low discharge signal sender (see 3.1)
- Connect charging plug of the battery
connection cable and cable of the
charger unit and proceed to initial
charging.
- After charging of the batteries, connect charger plug and device plug for
electrical connection.
Now the Hako-Jonas 900 E is operable.
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Operation
5
Operation
5.1
Hako-Jonas 900 Controls
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Actuator for folding apron
Service brake/parking brake lock
Service brake/parking brake pedal
Drive pedal, reverse
Drive pedal, forward
Control panel
Seat adjustment
7
6
5
4
1
3
2
Controls
04/2005
Fig. 8
26
Operation
5
Operation
5.1
Hako-Jonas 900 Controls
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Actuator for folding apron
Service brake/parking brake lock
Service brake/parking brake pedal
Drive pedal, reverse
Drive pedal, forward
Control panel
Seat adjustment
7
6
5
4
1
3
2
Controls
04/2005
Fig. 8
26
Operation
1
Actuator for folding apron
to open and close the folding apron
for collecting coarse dirt.
2
Service brake/parking brake lock
to lock the service brake. If locked,
the service brake works as parking
brake. Release the lock by depressing the brake pedal (3).
Drive pedal, reverse
to change direction to reverse ride
and with continuous regulation of
velocity at the same time. If the
driver lets the pedal go it returns to
initial position and the machine
slows down to standstill.
5
Drive pedal, forward
to change direction to forward ride
and with continuous regulation of
velocity at the same time. If the
driver lets the pedal go it returns to
initial position and the machine
slows down to standstill.
6
Control panel
Refer to chapter "Control panel".
7
Seat adjustment
to adjust the seat position to drivers
of different height.
Service brake/parking brake
pedal
to actuate the service brake at the
rear wheels. Before leaving the
machine unattended, engage the
service brake and lock.
04/2005
3
4
27
Operation
1
Actuator for folding apron
to open and close the folding apron
for collecting coarse dirt.
2
Service brake/parking brake lock
to lock the service brake. If locked,
the service brake works as parking
brake. Release the lock by depressing the brake pedal (3).
Drive pedal, reverse
to change direction to reverse ride
and with continuous regulation of
velocity at the same time. If the
driver lets the pedal go it returns to
initial position and the machine
slows down to standstill.
5
Drive pedal, forward
to change direction to forward ride
and with continuous regulation of
velocity at the same time. If the
driver lets the pedal go it returns to
initial position and the machine
slows down to standstill.
6
Control panel
Refer to chapter "Control panel".
7
Seat adjustment
to adjust the seat position to drivers
of different height.
Service brake/parking brake
pedal
to actuate the service brake at the
rear wheels. Before leaving the
machine unattended, engage the
service brake and lock.
04/2005
3
4
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Operation
5.2
1
2
3
4
5
6
Hako-Jonas 900 V Control
Panel
Suction fan/shaking system knob
Cylinder broom lever
Side brush lever
Ignition lock
Hourmeter
Choke flap knob
2
3
1
4
6
Hako-Jonas 900 V control
panel
04/2005
Fig. 9
5
28
Operation
5.2
1
2
3
4
5
6
Hako-Jonas 900 V Control
Panel
Suction fan/shaking system knob
Cylinder broom lever
Side brush lever
Ignition lock
Hourmeter
Choke flap knob
2
3
1
4
6
Hako-Jonas 900 V control
panel
04/2005
Fig. 9
5
28
Operation
Turn off main broom before jolting. Filter cleaning is improved by interrupting the jolting
procedure several times.
Turn off the combustion
engine of the Hako Jonas 900 V.
1
2
3
1
3
Suction fan/shaking system knob
2
Cylinder broom lever
to lift and lower as well as to switch
on and off the cylinder broom and
the side brush.
- Lower cylinder broom as well as
switch on cylinder broom and side
brush = push lever.
- Lift cylinder broom as well as
switch off cylinder broom and side
brush = pull lever.
04/2005
Knob position (from top to bottom
position):
1 Shaking system ON
(hold knob).
2 Deactivated vacuuming function
(flap has to be opened before
sweeping wet surfaces and collecting wet dirt).
3 Activated vacuuming function
(flap has to be closed before
sweeping dry surfaces or collecting dry dirt).
Side brush lever
to lift and lower the side brush.
- Lower side brush
= push lever.
- Lift side brush
= pull lever.
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Operation
Turn off main broom before jolting. Filter cleaning is improved by interrupting the jolting
procedure several times.
Turn off the combustion
engine of the Hako Jonas 900 V.
1
2
3
1
Suction fan/shaking system knob
2
Side brush lever
to lift and lower the side brush.
- Lower side brush
= push lever.
- Lift side brush
= pull lever.
Cylinder broom lever
to lift and lower as well as to switch
on and off the cylinder broom and
the side brush.
- Lower cylinder broom as well as
switch on cylinder broom and side
brush = push lever.
- Lift cylinder broom as well as
switch off cylinder broom and side
brush = pull lever.
04/2005
Knob position (from top to bottom
position):
1 Shaking system ON
(hold knob).
2 Deactivated vacuuming function
(flap has to be opened before
sweeping wet surfaces and collecting wet dirt).
3 Activated vacuuming function
(flap has to be closed before
sweeping dry surfaces or collecting dry dirt).
3
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Operation
4
Ignition lock
to switch on and off ignition, to start
and stop engine as well as to secure
against unauthorised use.
5
Hourmeter
to indicate the operating hours.
The counter works with the driver
being seated and if ignition is switched on.
6
For safety reasons, the
Hako Jonas 900 V is
equipped with a seat
contact switch. Starting
the engine is possible
only when the driver is
seated. If the seat contact opens while engine
is running, the engine is
stopped and has to be
restarted.
Choke flap knob
to actuate the choke flap (cold start
aid)
- Knob down
choke flap not actuated
- Knob up
choke flap actuated for cold start
Do not actuate choke
flap with warm engine.
04/2005
With temperatures below zero degree, the machine attains final speed
after some minutes only.
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Operation
4
Ignition lock
to switch on and off ignition, to start
and stop engine as well as to secure
against unauthorised use.
Hourmeter
to indicate the operating hours.
The counter works with the driver
being seated and if ignition is switched on.
6
Choke flap knob
to actuate the choke flap (cold start
aid)
- Knob down
choke flap not actuated
- Knob up
choke flap actuated for cold start
Do not actuate choke
flap with warm engine.
With temperatures below zero degree, the machine attains final speed
after some minutes only.
04/2005
For safety reasons, the
Hako Jonas 900 V is
equipped with a seat
contact switch. Starting
the engine is possible
only when the driver is
seated. If the seat contact opens while engine
is running, the engine is
stopped and has to be
restarted.
5
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Operation
5.3
Hako-Jonas 900 E Control
Panel
Suction fan/shaking system knob
Cylinder broom lever
Side brush lever
Key switch
Low discharge signal sender
Battery charge status
2
The levers 1 to 3 equal the control elements of the Hako-Jonas 900 V. Find
these controls described there.
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
4
5
6
Hako-Jonas 900 E control
panel
11/2003
Fig. 10
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Operation
4
Key switch
to switch the electric system on and
off, to secure the machine against
unauthorised use as well as to acknowledge released seat contact
switch.
To protect the electromotors, do not start the
Hako-Jonas 900 E at ambient temperatures of
0°C and less.
6
Battery charge status
to indicate the status of battery
charge.
Green case:
battery charged, Hako-Jonas is
operable
For safety reasons, the
Hako Jonas 900 E is
equipped with a seat
contact switch. Starting
the engine is possible
only when the driver is
seated. If the seat contact opens while the
electro-motor runs, the
key switch of the HakoJonas 900 E has to be
turned off and on again.
Red case:
- flashing red light: ride the
machine to recharging at 50% driving speed. After this delay has
elapsed, the rush motor is stopped.
04/2005
- permanent red light: discharging
status of the machine attained;
riding is still possible at reduced
speed only, but no operation.
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Operation
4
Key switch
to switch the electric system on and
off, to secure the machine against
unauthorised use as well as to acknowledge released seat contact
switch.
6
Battery charge status
to indicate the status of battery
charge.
Green case:
battery charged, Hako-Jonas is
operable
Red case:
- flashing red light: ride the
machine to recharging at 50% driving speed. After this delay has
elapsed, the rush motor is stopped.
- permanent red light: discharging
status of the machine attained;
riding is still possible at reduced
speed only, but no operation.
04/2005
For safety reasons, the
Hako Jonas 900 E is
equipped with a seat
contact switch. Starting
the engine is possible
only when the driver is
seated. If the seat contact opens while the
electro-motor runs, the
key switch of the HakoJonas 900 E has to be
turned off and on again.
To protect the electromotors, do not start the
Hako-Jonas 900 E at ambient temperatures of
0°C and less.
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Operation
5.4
Empty Dirt Hoppers
Lift cylinder broom before removal of the dirt
hoppers.
- Fold bow (Fig. 11/3) up and the dirt
hoppers (Fig. 11/2) are lowered.
- Use the recessed grip (Fig. 11/1) of
one of the hoppers to lift it lightly and
extract it.
3
1
2
1
Fig. 11
Emptying dirt hopper
1 Recessed grip in dirt hopper
2 Dirt hopper
3 Bow to lift/lower dirt hoppers
- Take the hopper at its bow-type
handle to disposal and empty.
- Empty second dirt hopper as described above.
- Re-insert dirt hopper (Fig. 11/2) and
fold down the bow (Fig. 11/3).
04/2005
Clean dirt hoppers at regular intervals.
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Operation
5.4
Empty Dirt Hoppers
Lift cylinder broom before removal of the dirt
hoppers.
- Fold bow (Fig. 11/3) up and the dirt
hoppers (Fig. 11/2) are lowered.
- Use the recessed grip (Fig. 11/1) of
one of the hoppers to lift it lightly and
extract it.
3
1
2
1
Fig. 11
Emptying dirt hopper
1 Recessed grip in dirt hopper
2 Dirt hopper
3 Bow to lift/lower dirt hoppers
- Take the hopper at its bow-type
handle to disposal and empty.
- Empty second dirt hopper as described above.
- Re-insert dirt hopper (Fig. 11/2) and
fold down the bow (Fig. 11/3).
04/2005
Clean dirt hoppers at regular intervals.
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Operation
5.5
commencing work, the
operator has to make
sure that the machine
and its accessories are
in proper and safe condition and comply with the
provision for safety at
work. Do not operate the
Hako-Jonas without protective devices.
5.6
Hako-Jonas 900 V
5.6.1 Before Starting the Engine
Open seat hood and check the following:
- engine oil level
- visual check of V-belts
- fuel level
- close seat hood
5.6.2 Start Engine
For safety reasons, the Hako Jonas
900 V is equipped with a seat contact
switch. Starting the engine or running
engine is possible only when the driver
is seated.
- Switch all levers and witches to neutral position, actuate parking brake.
- Open fuel cock
- Actuate choke (with cold engine only)
- Turn ignition key to first position on
the right - ignition ON
- Turn ignition key further to the right
and the engine fires
If the start procedure has to be repeated or if the engine stops, re-starting
is possible only after the ignition has
been switched off. The ignition lock is
equipped with a start repeat lock to
prevent actuation of the starter while
the engine is running.
04/2005
Working With the Hako-Jonas
900
The driver is requested to carefully read
this operator's manual. All controls are
marked with easy-to-understand symbols that ease familiarization. First driving attempts should be limited to clear
areas until you are familiar with all controls and their functions.
Please comply with the
following safety provisions:
When working with the
Hako-Jonas all safety
measures generally applicable for handling vehicles and fuels have to
be observed. No passenger transport admitted
with the Hako-Jonas.
Warning and instruction
labels attached to the
machine contain important information
about safe operation
and guarantee your personal safety. Before
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Operation
Working With the Hako-Jonas
900
The driver is requested to carefully read
this operator's manual. All controls are
marked with easy-to-understand symbols that ease familiarization. First driving attempts should be limited to clear
areas until you are familiar with all controls and their functions.
Please comply with the
following safety provisions:
When working with the
Hako-Jonas all safety
measures generally applicable for handling vehicles and fuels have to
be observed. No passenger transport admitted
with the Hako-Jonas.
Warning and instruction
labels attached to the
machine contain important information
about safe operation
and guarantee your personal safety. Before
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commencing work, the
operator has to make
sure that the machine
and its accessories are
in proper and safe condition and comply with the
provision for safety at
work. Do not operate the
Hako-Jonas without protective devices.
5.6
Hako-Jonas 900 V
5.6.1 Before Starting the Engine
Open seat hood and check the following:
- engine oil level
- visual check of V-belts
- fuel level
- close seat hood
5.6.2 Start Engine
For safety reasons, the Hako Jonas
900 V is equipped with a seat contact
switch. Starting the engine or running
engine is possible only when the driver
is seated.
- Switch all levers and witches to neutral position, actuate parking brake.
- Open fuel cock
- Actuate choke (with cold engine only)
- Turn ignition key to first position on
the right - ignition ON
- Turn ignition key further to the right
and the engine fires
If the start procedure has to be repeated or if the engine stops, re-starting
is possible only after the ignition has
been switched off. The ignition lock is
equipped with a start repeat lock to
prevent actuation of the starter while
the engine is running.
04/2005
5.5
Operation
Do not exceed a limit of
approx. 10 seconds of
continuous starting.
Pause after each starting in order to spare the
battery.
- Run up the engine while pushing
choke knob slowly down.
- Lower cylinder broom and side brush.
- Release parking brake.
- Slowly depress drive pedal until desired speed has been attained.
- Regularly actuate shaking device to
clean filter.
- Check contents of the dirt hopper and
empty if required.
5.6.5 Stop and Park
When leaving the machine unattended, remove
ignition key to avoid unauthorised use.
5.6.6 Displace
If towing of the Hako-Jonas 900 V
should be necessary with the engine
being stopped, actuate the drive pedal.
5.6.3 Stop Engine
- Turn ignition key to the left.
5.6.4 Sweep
- Start engine.
It is possible to brake the
Hako-Jonas by opposing with drive pedal or
service brake.
When pushing the machine forward, actuate
the forward ride pedal;
when pushing backwards actuate the reverse ride pedal.
- Actuate parking brake
- Lift main and side brush
- Stop engine
04/2005
Initially, the vacuuming
function is inactive.
Open the flap when
sweeping wet surfaces
and collecting wet dirt.
- Release drive pedal which returns
automatically into its neutral position
and the machine slows down to
standstill.
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Operation
Do not exceed a limit of
approx. 10 seconds of
continuous starting.
Pause after each starting in order to spare the
battery.
- Run up the engine while pushing
choke knob slowly down.
- Lower cylinder broom and side brush.
- Release parking brake.
- Slowly depress drive pedal until desired speed has been attained.
- Regularly actuate shaking device to
clean filter.
- Check contents of the dirt hopper and
empty if required.
5.6.5 Stop and Park
When leaving the machine unattended, remove
ignition key to avoid unauthorised use.
5.6.6 Displace
If towing of the Hako-Jonas 900 V
should be necessary with the engine
being stopped, actuate the drive pedal.
5.6.3 Stop Engine
- Turn ignition key to the left.
5.6.4 Sweep
- Start engine.
It is possible to brake the
Hako-Jonas by opposing with drive pedal or
service brake.
When pushing the machine forward, actuate
the forward ride pedal;
when pushing backwards actuate the reverse ride pedal.
- Actuate parking brake
- Lift main and side brush
- Stop engine
04/2005
Initially, the vacuuming
function is inactive.
Open the flap when
sweeping wet surfaces
and collecting wet dirt.
- Release drive pedal which returns
automatically into its neutral position
and the machine slows down to
standstill.
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Operation
5.7
Hako-Jonas 900 E
5.7.1 Switch Electro-Motor On and Off
For safety reasons, the
Hako Jonas 900 is
equipped with a seat
contact switch. Starting
the engine is possible
only when the driver is
seated. If the seat contact opens while the
electro-motor runs, the
key switch of the HakoJonas 900 E has to be
turned off and on again.
5.7.2 Sweep
5.7.3 Stop and Park
- Lower cylinder broom.
- Release parking brake.
- Slowly depress drive pedal until desired speed has been attained.
- Regularly actuate shaking device to
clean filter.
- Check contents of the dirt hopper and
empty if required.
- Release drive pedal (returns automatically into its neutral position and the
machine slows down to near standstill)
and actuate service brake.
- Actuate parking brake.
- Lift main and side brush.
- Turn key switch to "O".
Remove the key before
leaving the machine unattended.
- Set all levers and switches to neutral.
- Engage parking brake.
- Turn key switch to "I".
04/2005
Make sure that the drive
pedal is in neutral position.
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Operation
5.7
Hako-Jonas 900 E
5.7.1 Switch Electro-Motor On and Off
For safety reasons, the
Hako Jonas 900 is
equipped with a seat
contact switch. Starting
the engine is possible
only when the driver is
seated. If the seat contact opens while the
electro-motor runs, the
key switch of the HakoJonas 900 E has to be
turned off and on again.
5.7.2 Sweep
5.7.3 Stop and Park
- Lower cylinder broom.
- Release parking brake.
- Slowly depress drive pedal until desired speed has been attained.
- Regularly actuate shaking device to
clean filter.
- Check contents of the dirt hopper and
empty if required.
- Release drive pedal (returns automatically into its neutral position and the
machine slows down to near standstill)
and actuate service brake.
- Actuate parking brake.
- Lift main and side brush.
- Turn key switch to "O".
Remove the key before
leaving the machine unattended.
- Set all levers and switches to neutral.
- Engage parking brake.
- Turn key switch to "I".
04/2005
Make sure that the drive
pedal is in neutral position.
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Technical Data
6
Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
Dimensions and weights
Length with side brush
mm
1520
1520
Width with 1 side brush
mm
1120
1120
Height above steering wheel
mm
kg
1340
1340
kg
600
650
km / h
6,0
6,0
Dead weight incl. equipment
Admissible total weight
370
460
(acc. to battery
type)
Driving and sweeping performance
Forward speed
Reverse speed
km / h
4,0
4,0
Sweeping speed
km / h
up to 6.0
up to 6.0
mm
mm
700 / 970
700 / 970
1240
5800 / 7450
1240
5800 / 7450
4200
4200
12
12
Sweeping tack w / o 1 side brush
with 2 side brushes
Theoretical sweeping perf. with 1 or 2 side brushes
without side brush
/h
2
m /h
%
04/2005
Gradability, max. (for 1 min. max.- with 900E)
m2
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Technical Data
6
Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
Dimensions and weights
Length with side brush
mm
1520
1520
Width with 1 side brush
mm
1120
1120
Height above steering wheel
1340
1340
Dead weight incl. equipment
mm
kg
Admissible total weight
kg
600
Forward speed
km / h
6,0
Reverse speed
km / h
km / h
4,0
4,0
6.0
6.0
mm
mm
700 / 970
700 / 970
1240
5800 / 7450
1240
5800 / 7450
4200
4200
12
12
370
460
(acc. to battery
type)
650
Driving and sweeping performance
Sweeping speed (reference: 4 km / h
Sweeping tack w / o 1 side brush
with 2 side brushes
Theoretical sweeping perf. with 1 or 2 side brushes
without side brush
2
/h
m /h
%
04/2005
Gradability, max. (for 1 min. max.- with 900E)
m2
6,0
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
2,8
2,8
1
1
Filter system
Filtering surface
Plate filter
m2
piece
Cylinder broom
Length / diameter
mm
700 / 345
700 / 345
Wearing limit
mm
rpm
approx. 290
approx. 290
approx. 530 ± 20
50 + 10
approx. 530 ± 20
50 + 5
6 v-shape
PA
6 v-shape
PES
Speed
Sweeping track
mm
Quantity of bristle rows
Serial bristling
Ground clearance of sealing strips at broom compartment
mm
1/1/4
1/1/4
with contact to the floor
04/2005
Sealing strips, left, right, rear
Sealing strip, front
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
2,8
2,8
1
1
Filter system
Filtering surface
Plate filter
m2
piece
Cylinder broom
Length / diameter
Wearing limit
Speed
Sweeping track
mm
700 / 345
700 / 345
mm
rpm
approx. 290
approx. 290
approx. 530 ± 20
50 + 10
approx. 530 ± 20
50 + 5
6 v-shape
PA
6 v-shape
PES
mm
Quantity of bristle rows
Serial bristling
Ground clearance of sealing strips at broom compartment
mm
1/1/4
1/1/4
with contact to the floor
04/2005
Sealing strips, left, right, rear
Sealing strip, front
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
460
90
460
90
PA
PES
Litres
2 x 30
2 x 30
bar
4.00 - 4 6PR
6
optional
Side brushes
Diameter
Speed
mm
rpm
Serial bristling
Dirt hopper
Hopper volume
Drive wheels
4.00 - 4
Ø 250 / 60
04/2005
Pneumatic tires with tube: tire size
Inflation pressure
Solid tires
Tire
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
460
90
460
90
PA
PES
Litres
2 x 30
2 x 30
bar
4.00 - 4 6PR
6
optional
Side brushes
Diameter
Speed
mm
rpm
Serial bristling
Dirt hopper
Hopper volume
Drive wheels
4.00 - 4
Ø 250 / 60
04/2005
Pneumatic tires with tube: tire size
Inflation pressure
Solid tires
Tire
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
Engine
Manufacturer
Type
ccm
KW / HP
rpm
Litres
Litres / h
Litres
Order no.
Order no.
Order no.
4
1
15W - 40 / 0.6
113-520
113-234
113-235
04/2005
Working process / number of cylinder
Cubic capacity
Performance
Service speed (with cylinder broom, side brushes and
suction fan ON)
Fueltank volume (regular unleaded)
Fuel consumption
Engine oil / filling amount
Spark plugs (Champion RC 12 YC)
Air cleaner insert
Pre-filter
Briggs & Stratton
Intek Pro 6.5 HP
Model 12333/Typ
70151-Trim E1
4 stroke / 1 cyl.
206
4.9 / 6.5
2475 ± 25
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
Engine
Manufacturer
Type
ccm
KW / HP
rpm
Litres
Litres / h
Litres
Order no.
Order no.
Order no.
4
1
15W - 40 / 0.6
113-520
113-234
113-235
04/2005
Working process / number of cylinder
Cubic capacity
Performance
Service speed (with cylinder broom, side brushes and
suction fan ON)
Fueltank volume (regular unleaded)
Fuel consumption
Engine oil / filling amount
Spark plugs (Champion RC 12 YC)
Air cleaner insert
Pre-filter
Briggs & Stratton
Intek Pro 6.5 HP
Model 12333/Typ
70151-Trim E1
4 stroke / 1 cyl.
206
4.9 / 6.5
2475 ± 25
40
Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
Hydraulic system
Hydraulic fluid, e.g. Mobiloil
Tank capacity
Fluid filter cartridge
Travel drive assembly
Litres
Order no.
bar
DTE 15 M
(or equivalent)
10
100
Electrical system
Starter battery
Generator current
V / Ah
A
12 / 45
5-6
Electric drive
DC / V
KW
KW
KW
24
0.6
0.75
1.7
04/2005
Service voltage
Travel drive assembly
Suction fan motor / sweeping
Total power consumption
41
Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
Hydraulic system
Hydraulic fluid, e.g. Mobiloil
Tank capacity
Fluid filter cartridge
Travel drive assembly
Litres
Order no.
bar
DTE 15 M
(or equivalent)
10
100
Electrical system
Starter battery
Generator current
V / Ah
A
12 / 45
5-6
Electric drive
DC / V
KW
KW
KW
24
0.6
0.75
1.7
04/2005
Service voltage
Travel drive assembly
Suction fan motor / sweeping
Total power consumption
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
dB (A)
93
86
Vibrations
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according to
EN 1033 which have an effect upon the upper limbs (hand-armsystem) amounts under normal working conditions
m / s2
< 2.5
< 2.5
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according to
EN 1032 which have an effect upon the lower limbs (feet and seat)
amounts under normal working conditions
m / s2
< 0.5
< 0.5
900 V (6502.10)
900 E (6502.20)
04/2005
Noise emission
The sound pressure level according to DIN EN ISO 3744, measured under standard operating conditions and maximum volume
flow amounts to
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
dB (A)
93
86
Vibrations
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according to
EN 1033 which have an effect upon the upper limbs (hand-armsystem) amounts under normal working conditions
m / s2
< 2.5
< 2.5
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according to
EN 1032 which have an effect upon the lower limbs (feet and seat)
amounts under normal working conditions
m / s2
< 0.5
< 0.5
04/2005
Noise emission
The sound pressure level according to DIN EN ISO 3744, measured under standard operating conditions and maximum volume
flow amounts to
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Maintenance/Service
7
Maintenance/Service
7.1
Maintenance Instructions
Compliance with our recommendations
concerning maintenance work will give
you the certitude of having an effective
and dependable machine at your disposal.
It is better to take precautions than repairing damages – and it saves money!
In case of questions or orders for spare
parts, please always have your machine’s chassis and engine’s serial on
hand. You will find the serial on the data
plate which is located under the mat at
the right side in the front of the machine.
When cleaning or servicing the machine, or replacing parts, have the
engine stopped, the key
pulled and the service
brake (parking brake)
engaged.
Wipe away spilled oil
and fuel and provide for
adequate disposal of
these substance.
Use appropriate tools for servicing,
maintenance and adjusting work only.
Spare parts at least will have to be of
the same quality as genuine parts are.
Do not remove or install tires or repair a
rim. Take the wheel and rim to a Hako
service centre where qualified personnel and the required specific tools are
available.
Before commencing any work on the
electrical system disconnect the negative lead of the battery or disconnect the
battery plug.
900E: disconnect battery plug.
04/2005
Compliance with our
recommendations concerning maintenance
work (according to para.
57, BGV D29) will give
you the certitude of having an effective and dependable machine at
your disposal.
It is better to take precautions than repairing
damages – and it saves
money!
Please contact your local Hako distributor if you cannot do the maintenance
works as prescribed in the maintenance
schedule in-house. He will have these
works done for you and has qualified
personnel at disposal.
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Maintenance/Service
7
Maintenance/Service
7.1
Maintenance Instructions
Compliance with our recommendations
concerning maintenance work will give
you the certitude of having an effective
and dependable machine at your disposal.
It is better to take precautions than repairing damages – and it saves money!
In case of questions or orders for spare
parts, please always have your machine’s chassis and engine’s serial on
hand. You will find the serial on the data
plate which is located under the mat at
the right side in the front of the machine.
When cleaning or servicing the machine, or replacing parts, have the
engine stopped, the key
pulled and the service
brake (parking brake)
engaged.
Wipe away spilled oil
and fuel and provide for
adequate disposal of
these substance.
Use appropriate tools for servicing,
maintenance and adjusting work only.
Spare parts at least will have to be of
the same quality as genuine parts are.
Do not remove or install tires or repair a
rim. Take the wheel and rim to a Hako
service centre where qualified personnel and the required specific tools are
available.
Before commencing any work on the
electrical system disconnect the negative lead of the battery or disconnect the
battery plug.
900E: disconnect battery plug.
04/2005
Compliance with our
recommendations concerning maintenance
work (according to para.
57, BGV D29) will give
you the certitude of having an effective and dependable machine at
your disposal.
It is better to take precautions than repairing
damages – and it saves
money!
Please contact your local Hako distributor if you cannot do the maintenance
works as prescribed in the maintenance
schedule in-house. He will have these
works done for you and has qualified
personnel at disposal.
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Maintenance/Service
Hako-Jonas 900 V/E
7.2.1 Mount/Dismount Cylinder
Broom
The cylinder broom is accessible from
the left side of the machine and is to be
dismounted as follows:
- Lower cylinder broom
- Remove ignition key and protect by
engaging parking brake
- Open lateral flap
- Remove cover
square spanner (counter-clockwise)
- Remove cover (Fig. 12/1)
7.2.2 Adjust Sweeping Track
1
An adjustment device allows adaptation
to the different sweeping conditions.
The cylinder broom is to adjust according to normal use and with regard to a
low degree of wearing as described in
the following.
Check the broom adjustment on level
ground as described in the following:
2
3
4
1
2
Fig. 12
Remove cover
- Open locks (Fig. 12/2) by enclosed
5
Fig. 13
Dismount Cylinder broom
- Loosen star knob (Fig. 13/2) and remove
- Remove cylinder broom seating
(Fig. 13/1)
- Turn handle (Fig. 13/3 + 5) upwards
and unlock
- Remove plate with sealing strip
(Fig. 13/4)
- Remove cylinder broom by pulling.
For mounting the cylinder broom proceed in inverse order.
04/2005
7.2
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Maintenance/Service
Hako-Jonas 900 V/E
7.2.1 Mount/Dismount Cylinder
Broom
The cylinder broom is accessible from
the left side of the machine and is to be
dismounted as follows:
- Lower cylinder broom
- Remove ignition key and protect by
engaging parking brake
- Open lateral flap
- Remove cover
square spanner (counter-clockwise)
- Remove cover (Fig. 12/1)
7.2.2 Adjust Sweeping Track
1
An adjustment device allows adaptation
to the different sweeping conditions.
The cylinder broom is to adjust according to normal use and with regard to a
low degree of wearing as described in
the following.
Check the broom adjustment on level
ground as described in the following:
2
3
4
1
2
Fig. 12
Remove cover
- Open locks (Fig. 12/2) by enclosed
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5
Fig. 13
Dismount Cylinder broom
- Loosen star knob (Fig. 13/2) and remove
- Remove cylinder broom seating
(Fig. 13/1)
- Turn handle (Fig. 13/3 + 5) upwards
and unlock
- Remove plate with sealing strip
(Fig. 13/4)
- Remove cylinder broom by pulling.
For mounting the cylinder broom proceed in inverse order.
04/2005
7.2
Maintenance/Service
Before checking:
- Mark level surface for
broom adjustment
check by chalk.
- 900 V: Check inflation
pressure of tires
(6 bar).
10 mm.
When exceeding the
sweeping track width,
the engine protection
may be activated.
- Lower cylinder broom and let it run
dry.
- Lift cylinder broom and forward the
Hako-Jonas 900 V/E a bit.
- With the correct broom adjustment
the parallel sweeping marks have to
appear on the floor (sweeping track).
Fig. 14
The sweeping track width is to be
- 50 mm with the Hako Jonas 900 V
- 50 mm with the Hako-Jonas 900 E.
The sweeping track width can be adjusted by the star knob (Fig. 14/1) as follows:
-
Broom adjustment
Open seat hood
Loosen handle (Fig. 14/1)
Turns star knob (Fig. 14/2)
Fix handle (Fig. 14/1)
to the left = wider sweeping track
to the right = smaller sweeping track
Fig. 15
Sweeping track
adjustment
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With one turn of the
knob, the track widens
or broadens by approx.
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Maintenance/Service
Before checking:
- Mark level surface for
broom adjustment
check by chalk.
- 900 V: Check inflation
pressure of tires
(6 bar).
10 mm.
When exceeding the
sweeping track width,
the engine protection
may be activated.
- Lower cylinder broom and let it run
dry.
- Lift cylinder broom and forward the
Hako-Jonas 900 V/E a bit.
- With the correct broom adjustment
the parallel sweeping marks have to
appear on the floor (sweeping track).
Fig. 14
The sweeping track width is to be
- 50 mm with the Hako Jonas 900 V
- 50 mm with the Hako-Jonas 900 E.
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The sweeping track width can be adjusted by the star knob (Fig. 14/1) as follows:
-
Broom adjustment
Open seat hood
Loosen handle (Fig. 14/1)
Turns star knob (Fig. 14/2)
Fix handle (Fig. 14/1)
to the left = wider sweeping track
to the right = smaller sweeping track
Fig. 15
Sweeping track
adjustment
With one turn of the
knob, the track widens
or broadens by approx.
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Maintenance/Service
In order to assure good function of the
sweeper, a perfect condition of the
sealing strips is required, especially in
order to attain the prescribed vacuum in
the broom compartment, a clean
sweeping result and the less possible
wear of the sealing strips (check the
sealing strips of the broom compartment for wearing and damages in regular intervals).
Replace defective sealing strips.
The ground clearance of the lateral and
of the rear sealing strips is adjustable
(oblong holes in the sealing strips).
Ground clearance =
sides: approx. 1mm
rear: approx. 4mm.
Proceed to adjustment at the HakoJonas 900 E with the battery set being
mounted
Height of the front sealing strip (at folding apron) cannot be adjusted. Being
dragged, it has contact with the floor.
7.2.4 Folding Apron Adjustment
Fig. 16
Modify adjustment such that the cylinder broom does not retract the sealing
strip of the folding apron during operation.
Adjust folding apron
- Turn engine off and remove key
- 900 E: disconnect battery plug
- Remove cover (as described in the
paragraph “Mount/Dismount Cylinder
Broom”).
- Remove bolt (Fig. 16/2).
- Modify adjustment by turning the fork
head (Fig. 16/1).
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7.2.3 Sealing Strips for Broom Compartment
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Maintenance/Service
In order to assure good function of the
sweeper, a perfect condition of the
sealing strips is required, especially in
order to attain the prescribed vacuum in
the broom compartment, a clean
sweeping result and the less possible
wear of the sealing strips (check the
sealing strips of the broom compartment for wearing and damages in regular intervals).
Replace defective sealing strips.
The ground clearance of the lateral and
of the rear sealing strips is adjustable
(oblong holes in the sealing strips).
Ground clearance =
sides: approx. 1mm
rear: approx. 4mm.
Proceed to adjustment at the HakoJonas 900 E with the battery set being
mounted
Height of the front sealing strip (at folding apron) cannot be adjusted. Being
dragged, it has contact with the floor.
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7.2.4 Folding Apron Adjustment
Fig. 16
Modify adjustment such that the cylinder broom does not retract the sealing
strip of the folding apron during operation.
Adjust folding apron
- Turn engine off and remove key
- 900 E: disconnect battery plug
- Remove cover (as described in the
paragraph “Mount/Dismount Cylinder
Broom”).
- Remove bolt (Fig. 16/2).
- Modify adjustment by turning the fork
head (Fig. 16/1).
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7.2.3 Sealing Strips for Broom Compartment
Maintenance/Service
7.2.5 Replace Side brush
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
The side brush is located at the front
right of the machine (standard version).
Use the lever (Fig. 10/2) to lift and lower
the side brush. The side brush is to be
lightly inclined in forward and in outward
direction. The pivoting area of the side
brush arm is limited by stop screws.
The side brush is driven by a V-belt. Fitting of a second side brush for specific
appliances is possible.
Fig. 17
Replace side brush
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- 900 E: disconnect battery plug
- Remove right-hand cover (as described in the paragraph “Dismount/
Mount Cylinder Broom”).
- Side brush lifted
- Loosen hexagonal nut (Fig. 17/1) und
remove together with washer
- Remove bolt (Fig. 17/2)
- Remove side brush
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Proceed as follows for dismounting of
the side brush:
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Maintenance/Service
7.2.5 Replace Side brush
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
The side brush is located at the front
right of the machine (standard version).
Use the lever (Fig. 10/2) to lift and lower
the side brush. The side brush is to be
lightly inclined in forward and in outward
direction. The pivoting area of the side
brush arm is limited by stop screws.
The side brush is driven by a V-belt. Fitting of a second side brush for specific
appliances is possible.
Fig. 17
Replace side brush
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- 900 E: disconnect battery plug
- Remove right-hand cover (as described in the paragraph “Dismount/
Mount Cylinder Broom”).
- Side brush lifted
- Loosen hexagonal nut (Fig. 17/1) und
remove together with washer
- Remove bolt (Fig. 17/2)
- Remove side brush
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Proceed as follows for dismounting of
the side brush:
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Maintenance/Service
7.2.6 Dismount Plate Filter
Proceed as follows for dismounting of
the plate filter:
1
- Open seat hood.
- Remove cover.
- Loosen fillister head screws
(Fig. 18/2) and remove.
- Fold back frame with electro-motor
(Fig. 18/3).
- Hook frame at indicated position
(Fig. 18/4).
- Remove plate filter (Fig. 18/5).
5
4
3
2
2
For mounting of plate filter proceed in
inverse order.
Fig. 18
Detent hook
Fillister head screws
Frame with electro-motor
Opening holding the detent hook
Plate filter
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1
2
3
4
5
Plate filter
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Maintenance/Service
7.2.6 Dismount Plate Filter
Proceed as follows for dismounting of
the plate filter:
1
- Open seat hood.
- Remove cover.
- Loosen fillister head screws
(Fig. 18/2) and remove.
- Fold back frame with electro-motor
(Fig. 18/3).
- Hook frame at indicated position
(Fig. 18/4).
- Remove plate filter (Fig. 18/5).
5
4
3
2
2
For mounting of plate filter proceed in
inverse order.
1
2
3
4
5
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Plate filter
Detent hook
Fillister head screws
Frame with electro-motor
Opening holding the detent hook
Plate filter
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Fig. 18
Maintenance/Service
7.2.7 Basic Cleaning of Plate Filter
Hold the plate filter (Fig. 19/1) in vertical
position and let it fall down from a height
of 1 m to the even floor as represented
in Fig. 19.
1
The soiled side of the filter has to point to the
bottom.
Soiled side
Clearance approx. 1 m
Floor
Fig. 19
Basic cleaning of plate
filter
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1 Plate filter
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Maintenance/Service
7.2.7 Basic Cleaning of Plate Filter
Hold the plate filter (Fig. 19/1) in vertical
position and let it fall down from a height
of 1 m to the even floor as represented
in Fig. 19.
1
The soiled side of the filter has to point to the
bottom.
Soiled side
Clearance approx. 1 m
Floor
Fig. 19
Basic cleaning of plate
filter
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1 Plate filter
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Maintenance/Service
Hako-Jonas 900 V
7.3.1 Engine
The engine is a robust four-stroke engine and easy-to-maintain. Maintenance
work is to execute at regular intervals.
Find the details described in the following.
Before cleaning or maintaining the machine as
well as before replacing
parts, turn the engine off
and pull the ignition key.
Use appropriate tools
for maintenance, service, setting etc.
As far as aspects of
safety are concerned,
spare parts will have to
be at least of the same
quality as the genuine
spare parts.
7.3.2 Check Engine Oil Level
Position the machine on level ground
before checking the engine oil level as
follows:
In order to protect the
engine, it is shut down in
case of insufficient oil
level.
7.3.3 Change Engine Oil
1
Fig. 20
Engine oil level check
- Open seat hood.
- Unscrew plug (Fig. 20/1) with
dipstick.
- Wipe dipstick, screw it into opening
until stop and unscrew it again.
- Oil level has to attain the upper mark
(groove), refill engine oil if required.
- Screw plug again.
Fig. 21
Engine oil changing
- Open seat hood.
Caution !
Burning hazard at muffler pipe.
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7.3
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Maintenance/Service
Hako-Jonas 900 V
7.3.1 Engine
The engine is a robust four-stroke engine and easy-to-maintain. Maintenance
work is to execute at regular intervals.
Find the details described in the following.
Before cleaning or maintaining the machine as
well as before replacing
parts, turn the engine off
and pull the ignition key.
Use appropriate tools
for maintenance, service, setting etc.
As far as aspects of
safety are concerned,
spare parts will have to
be at least of the same
quality as the genuine
spare parts.
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7.3.2 Check Engine Oil Level
Position the machine on level ground
before checking the engine oil level as
follows:
In order to protect the
engine, it is shut down in
case of insufficient oil
level.
7.3.3 Change Engine Oil
1
Fig. 20
Engine oil level check
- Open seat hood.
- Unscrew plug (Fig. 20/1) with
dipstick.
- Wipe dipstick, screw it into opening
until stop and unscrew it again.
- Oil level has to attain the upper mark
(groove), refill engine oil if required.
- Screw plug again.
Fig. 21
Engine oil changing
- Open seat hood.
Caution !
Burning hazard at muffler pipe.
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7.3
Maintenance/Service
- Unscrew plug (Fig. 20/1) with
dipstick.
- Remove drain hose (Fig. 21/1) from
holding clamp and lead it downwards
through the vehicle frame.
- loosen clamp, pull the drain plug from
the hose and drain oil.
- Close drain hose (Fig. 21/1) by plug
and protect with clamp.
- Fasten drain hose (Fig. 21/1) at holding clamp.
- Fill engine oil into check opening with
the machine standing on level
ground.
- Check oil level with dipstick:
Engine oil: SAE 15 W-40
Filling: approx. 0,6 Liter
7.3.4 Air cleaner
A soiled filtering insert
may lead to reduced performance and heavy
smoking of the engine.
Never let the engine run
without filtering insert.
Replace filtering insert as required.
Proceed as follows for dismounting the
filtering insert:
Fig. 23
Air cleaner components
1 Fixing nut
2 Filter cap
3 Pre-filter
4 Air cleaner
- Unscrew fixing nut (Fig. 23/1) and remove filter cap (Fig. 23/2).
- Remove pre-filter and air cleaner
(Fig. 23/3 + 4) by pulling and proceed
to dry cleaning or replace if required.
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The air cleaner is located in the engine's compartment. Clean the filtering insert after every 100 hours of operation
or in shorter intervals with heavy dust
formation.
Fig. 22
Air cleaner
1 Air cleaner
2 Fuel cock
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Maintenance/Service
- Unscrew plug (Fig. 20/1) with
dipstick.
- Remove drain hose (Fig. 21/1) from
holding clamp and lead it downwards
through the vehicle frame.
- loosen clamp, pull the drain plug from
the hose and drain oil.
- Close drain hose (Fig. 21/1) by plug
and protect with clamp.
- Fasten drain hose (Fig. 21/1) at holding clamp.
- Fill engine oil into check opening with
the machine standing on level
ground.
- Check oil level with dipstick:
Engine oil: SAE 15 W-40
Filling: approx. 0,6 Liter
7.3.4 Air cleaner
A soiled filtering insert
may lead to reduced performance and heavy
smoking of the engine.
Never let the engine run
without filtering insert.
Replace filtering insert as required.
Proceed as follows for dismounting the
filtering insert:
Fig. 23
Air cleaner components
1 Fixing nut
2 Filter cap
3 Pre-filter
4 Air cleaner
- Unscrew fixing nut (Fig. 23/1) and remove filter cap (Fig. 23/2).
- Remove pre-filter and air cleaner
(Fig. 23/3 + 4) by pulling and proceed
to dry cleaning or replace if required.
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The air cleaner is located in the engine's compartment. Clean the filtering insert after every 100 hours of operation
or in shorter intervals with heavy dust
formation.
Fig. 22
Air cleaner
1 Air cleaner
2 Fuel cock
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.5 Hydraulic System
The hydraulic units are maintenancefree and the hydraulic filters only are
concerned by maintenance work.
Premature failure can be prevented by
regular inspection and periodical
maintenance (see maintenance schedule page 57 and following).
1 Filler neck
2 Hydraulic oil filter
3 Suction filter
1
7.3.7 Change Hydraulic Fluid Filter
5 mm
We recommend having
all other works at the hydraulic system done by
qualified personal.
- Turn hydraulic fluid filter (Fig. 24/2)
counter-clockwise to loosen it and unscrew
- Screw new filter
- Ride the machine a short distance
- Refill sufficient hydraulic fluid
- Check fluid filling level
2
7.3.6 Refill Hydraulic Fluid
The hydraulic fluid filter is located in the
return line and equipped with a bypass
valve in order to guarantee fluid supply
of the travel drive assembly even if the
fluid filter is soiled. Change the fluid filter after the first 100n hours of operation.
- Unscrew plug with dipstick
(Fig. 24/1)
- Wipe with clean cloth
- Re-screw plug with dipstick until stop
- And unscrew it again to check filling
level of hydraulic fluid
3
Fig. 24
Hydraulic fluid filter
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With sufficient fluid level, the dipstick
has to immerge into fluid for approx.
5mm.
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.5 Hydraulic System
The hydraulic units are maintenancefree and the hydraulic filters only are
concerned by maintenance work.
Premature failure can be prevented by
regular inspection and periodical
maintenance (see maintenance schedule page 57 and following).
1 Filler neck
2 Hydraulic oil filter
3 Suction filter
1
7.3.7 Change Hydraulic Fluid Filter
5 mm
We recommend having
all other works at the hydraulic system done by
qualified personal.
- Turn hydraulic fluid filter (Fig. 24/2)
counter-clockwise to loosen it and unscrew
- Screw new filter
- Ride the machine a short distance
- Refill sufficient hydraulic fluid
- Check fluid filling level
2
7.3.6 Refill Hydraulic Fluid
The hydraulic fluid filter is located in the
return line and equipped with a bypass
valve in order to guarantee fluid supply
of the travel drive assembly even if the
fluid filter is soiled. Change the fluid filter after the first 100n hours of operation.
- Unscrew plug with dipstick
(Fig. 24/1)
- Wipe with clean cloth
- Re-screw plug with dipstick until stop
- And unscrew it again to check filling
level of hydraulic fluid
3
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Fig. 24
Hydraulic fluid filter
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With sufficient fluid level, the dipstick
has to immerge into fluid for approx.
5mm.
Maintenance/Service
7.3.8 V-Belt Drive Jonas 900 V
1 Suction fan V-belt (40 Hz)
2 Tensioning roller
3 V-belt pulley
4 Hydraulic pump V-belt (75 Hz)
5 Belt guide
6 V-belt for brushes
7 Belt pulley for hydraulic pump
8 Tensioning / coupling roller
9 Tensioning roller lever
10 Tension spring
11 Cylinder broom belt pulley
12 Cylinder broom V-belt
13 Belt pulley
14 Side brush V-belt
15 Hexagonal nut
16 Screws
17 Tensioning roller lever
18 Fillister head screw
19 Lever for hydraulic pump tensioning
1
2
3
4
5
15
6
7
9
18
19
8
17
14
10
12
16
13
V-belt drive Jonas 900 V
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Fig. 25
11
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.8 V-Belt Drive Jonas 900 V
1 Suction fan V-belt (40 Hz)
2 Tensioning roller
3 V-belt pulley
4 Hydraulic pump V-belt (75 Hz)
5 Belt guide
6 V-belt for brushes
7 Belt pulley for hydraulic pump
8 Tensioning / coupling roller
9 Tensioning roller lever
10 Tension spring
11 Cylinder broom belt pulley
12 Cylinder broom V-belt
13 Belt pulley
14 Side brush V-belt
15 Hexagonal nut
16 Screws
17 Tensioning roller lever
18 Fillister head screw
19 Lever for hydraulic pump tensioning
1
2
3
4
5
15
6
7
9
18
19
8
17
14
10
12
13
16
V-belt drive Jonas 900 V
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Fig. 25
11
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.9 Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt
7.3.10 Replace Side Brush V-Belt
7.3.11 Replace Suction Fan V-Belt
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Remove bottom right cover (turn
locks counter-clockwise by square
spanner).
- Detent tensioning spring (Fig. 25/10)
by left hand while taking the V-belt off
the tensioning roller with right hand
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 25/12)
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Remove bottom right cover (turn
locks counter-clockwise by square
spanner).
- Remove cylinder broom V-belt (as
described in paragraph "Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt")
- Loosen screws (Fig. 25/16) at the cover plate and remove
- Remove cover plate
- Push side brushes in direction of the
machine to detent V-belt (Fig. 25/14)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 25/14)
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Open seat hood
- Loosen hexagonal nuts (Fig. 25/15)
and remove together with belt guide
(Fig. 25/5)
- Use tensioning roller lever
(Fig. 25/17) to detent V-belt
(Fig. 25/6) and remove from V-belt
pulley (Fig. 25/3)
- Loosen tensioning roller (Fig. 25/2) to
detent V-belt (Fig. 25/1) and remove
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
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Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.9 Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt
7.3.10 Replace Side Brush V-Belt
7.3.11 Replace Suction Fan V-Belt
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Remove bottom right cover (turn
locks counter-clockwise by square
spanner).
- Detent tensioning spring (Fig. 25/10)
by left hand while taking the V-belt off
the tensioning roller with right hand
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 25/12)
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Remove bottom right cover (turn
locks counter-clockwise by square
spanner).
- Remove cylinder broom V-belt (as
described in paragraph "Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt")
- Loosen screws (Fig. 25/16) at the cover plate and remove
- Remove cover plate
- Push side brushes in direction of the
machine to detent V-belt (Fig. 25/14)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 25/14)
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Open seat hood
- Loosen hexagonal nuts (Fig. 25/15)
and remove together with belt guide
(Fig. 25/5)
- Use tensioning roller lever
(Fig. 25/17) to detent V-belt
(Fig. 25/6) and remove from V-belt
pulley (Fig. 25/3)
- Loosen tensioning roller (Fig. 25/2) to
detent V-belt (Fig. 25/1) and remove
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
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Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.12 Replace Hydraulic Pump V-Belt
Hako-Jonas 900 E only:
Observe the following
when mounting:
At first, adjust tension of
V-belt (Fig. 25/4) then
tension of V-belt
(Fig. 25/2).
- Turn engine off and remove key
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Open seat hood
- Loosen hexagonal nuts (Fig. 25/15)
and remove together with belt guide
(Fig. 25/5)
- Use tensioning roller lever
(Fig. 25/17) to detent V-belt
(Fig. 25/6) and remove from V-belt
pulley (Fig. 25/3)
- Loosen tensioning roller (Fig. 25/2) to
detent V-belt (Fig. 25/1) and remove
- Loosen fillister head screw
(Fig. 25/18)
- Detent V-belt (Fig. 25/4) by lever
(Fig. 25/19) and remove
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Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.12 Replace Hydraulic Pump V-Belt
Hako-Jonas 900 E only:
Observe the following
when mounting:
At first, adjust tension of
V-belt (Fig. 25/4) then
tension of V-belt
(Fig. 25/2).
- Turn engine off and remove key
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Open seat hood
- Loosen hexagonal nuts (Fig. 25/15)
and remove together with belt guide
(Fig. 25/5)
- Use tensioning roller lever
(Fig. 25/17) to detent V-belt
(Fig. 25/6) and remove from V-belt
pulley (Fig. 25/3)
- Loosen tensioning roller (Fig. 25/2) to
detent V-belt (Fig. 25/1) and remove
- Loosen fillister head screw
(Fig. 25/18)
- Detent V-belt (Fig. 25/4) by lever
(Fig. 25/19) and remove
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Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.13 Electrical System
Fuses
The fuses F1 to F5 are located below
the seat hood on the rear right at the filter case.
F1 Shaking motor (30 A)
F2 Pre-fuse (20 A), ignition lock
F3 Engine cut-off/hourmeter (5 A)
F4 Shaking / controller (5 A)
F5 not assigned
Relay (K 3), engine shutdown
Relay (K 5), shaking motor
Relay (K 1), starter
Fig. 26
Fuses
Fig. 26
Fuses
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.13 Electrical System
Fuses
The fuses F1 to F5 are located below
the seat hood on the rear right at the filter case.
F1 Shaking motor (30 A)
F2 Pre-fuse (20 A), ignition lock
F3 Engine cut-off/hourmeter (5 A)
F4 Shaking / controller (5 A)
F5 not assigned
Relay (K 3), engine shutdown
Relay (K 5), shaking motor
Relay (K 1), starter
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.14 Hako-Jonas 900 V (6502.10) Maintenance Schedule
hours of operation
Maintenance
daily
Check engine oil level and refill if required
X
Check fuel level and refill if required (regular unleaded)
X
after
first
every
100
5
X
Change fuel filter if required
X
Visual check of engine, pump and wheel motor for oil leakage
X
Check idling and service speed, adjust if required
X
Check distance between spark plugs and electrodes (0.75 mm)
X
Replace spark plugs
X
Check valve clearance (inlet 0.1 - 0.15 mm; outlet 0.23 - 0.28 mm)
X
Check starter battery acid level and top with distilled water if required,
clean and grease battery terminals
X
Change hydraulic fluid filter and refill fluid (changing fluid is not generally
required)
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every
600
X
Change engine oil (0.6 litre engine oil SAE 15-W-40)
Check soiled engine air cleaner and clean it if required (tap it, do not use
compressed air), replace filtering insert as required
every
200
100
X
Check cables for damages and screwed connections for tight fit
X
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Maintenance/Service
7.3.14 Hako-Jonas 900 V (6502.10) Maintenance Schedule
hours of operation
Maintenance
daily
Check engine oil level and refill if required
X
Check fuel level and refill if required (regular unleaded)
X
after
first
every
100
Change fuel filter if required
5
X
X
Visual check of engine, pump and wheel motor for oil leakage
X
Check idling and service speed, adjust if required
X
Check distance between spark plugs and electrodes (0.75 mm)
X
Replace spark plugs
X
Check valve clearance (inlet 0.1 - 0.15 mm; outlet 0.23 - 0.28 mm)
X
Check starter battery acid level and top with distilled water if required,
clean and grease battery terminals
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Change hydraulic fluid filter and refill fluid (changing fluid is not generally
required)
Check cables for damages and screwed connections for tight fit
every
600
X
Change engine oil (0.6 litre engine oil SAE 15-W-40)
Check soiled engine air cleaner and clean it if required (tap it, do not use
compressed air), replace filtering insert as required
every
200
X
100
X
X
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Maintenance/Service
hours of operation
Maintenance
daily
after
first
every
100
Check exhaust system
every
600
X
Check function of seat contact switch
X
Check inflation pressure (6bar)
X
Check cylinder broom for wearing or foreign particles (e.g. wire, straps)
and replace broom if required
X
Check sweeping track and adjust if required
X
Check sealing strips at the broom compartment, adjust if required or
replace defective sealing strips
X
Check sealing strips at dirt hopper, replace defective sealing strips
X
Check side brush adjustment and brush bristles for wearing, adjust if
required or replace side brush
Visual check of V-belts
every
200
X
X
Check V-belt for wearing and correct tension and re-adjust if required
5
Check service/parking brake and re-adjust if required
X
X
Check filter system for tightness
X
Dismount plate filter and clean if required
X
X
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Check tread of wheels
58
Maintenance/Service
hours of operation
Maintenance
daily
after
first
every
100
Check exhaust system
X
Check inflation pressure (6bar)
X
Check cylinder broom for wearing or foreign particles (e.g. wire, straps)
and replace broom if required
X
Check sweeping track and adjust if required
X
Check sealing strips at the broom compartment, adjust if required or
replace defective sealing strips
X
Check sealing strips at dirt hopper, replace defective sealing strips
X
Check side brush adjustment and brush bristles for wearing, adjust if
required or replace side brush
Check V-belt for wearing and correct tension and re-adjust if required
X
X
5
X
Check service/parking brake and re-adjust if required
X
Check filter system for tightness
X
Dismount plate filter and clean if required
X
X
04/2005
Check tread of wheels
every
600
X
Check function of seat contact switch
Visual check of V-belts
every
200
58
Maintenance/Service
7.4
Hako-Jonas 900 E
7.4.1 Electrical System
Circuit-breakers and fuses
F1 Drive control power module (63A)
F2 Pre-fuse (20A)
F3 Travel drive assembly control
voltage (10A)
F4 Shaking function control
voltage (5A)
F5 LDS (5A)
F6 LDS indication
F7 not assigned
F11 Shaking motor (30A)
F12 Brush motor (60A)
Before leaving the machine
unattended, engage the
parking brake and remove
key.
7.4.2 Brake
It is located in the rear wheels and is actuated via cables.
A special adjustment screw is situated
at the right-hand rear wheel.
Fuses
11/2003
Fig. 27
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Maintenance/Service
7.4.3 V-belt drive Jonas 900 E
1 Tension roller
2 Suction fan V-belt (20Hz)
3 V-belt pulley
4 V-belt for brushes (130 Hz)
5 Side brush V-belt
6 Pulley
7 Cylinder broom V-belt
8 Tensioning roller follower
9 Pulley
10 Tension spring
11 Hexagonal nut
12 Hexagon socket screw
13 Screws
V-belt drive 900 E
Fig. 28
V-belt drive 900 E
04/2005
Fig. 28
60
Maintenance/Service
7.4.3 V-belt drive Jonas 900 E
04/2005
1 Tension roller
2 Suction fan V-belt (20Hz)
3 V-belt pulley
4 V-belt for brushes (130 Hz)
5 Side brush V-belt
6 Pulley
7 Cylinder broom V-belt
8 Tensioning roller follower
9 Pulley
10 Tension spring
11 Hexagonal nut
12 Hexagon socket screw
13 Screws
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Maintenance/Service
7.4.4 Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt
7.4.5 Replace Side Brush V-Belt
7.4.6 Replace Suction Fan V-Belt
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Unplug battery plug
- Remove bottom right cover (turn
locks counter-clockwise by square
spanner).
- Detent tensioning spring (Fig. 28/10)
by left hand while taking the V-belt off
the tensioning roller with right hand
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 28/7)
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Unplug battery plug
- Remove bottom right cover (turn
locks counter-clockwise by square
spanner).
- Remove cylinder broom V-belt (as
described in paragraph "Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt")
- Loosen screws (Fig. 28/13) at the cover plate and remove
- Remove cover plate
- Push side brushes from the front towards the machine to detent V-belt
(Fig. 28/5)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 28/5)
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Unplug battery plug
- Loosen tensioning roller (Fig. 28/1)
- Loosen hexagonal nut (Fig. 28/11)
and hexagon socket screw
(Fig. 28/12) and detent V-belt
(Fig. 28/4)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 28/4) from belt
pulley (Fig. 28/3)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 28/2)
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
Do not exceed tension of the V-belt
Observe the following
when mounting:
At first, adjust tension of
V-belt (Fig. 28/4) then
tension of V-belt
(Fig. 28/2).
04/2005
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
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Maintenance/Service
7.4.4 Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt
7.4.5 Replace Side Brush V-Belt
7.4.6 Replace Suction Fan V-Belt
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Unplug battery plug
- Remove bottom right cover (turn
locks counter-clockwise by square
spanner).
- Detent tensioning spring (Fig. 28/10)
by left hand while taking the V-belt off
the tensioning roller with right hand
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 28/7)
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Unplug battery plug
- Remove bottom right cover (turn
locks counter-clockwise by square
spanner).
- Remove cylinder broom V-belt (as
described in paragraph "Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt")
- Loosen screws (Fig. 28/13) at the cover plate and remove
- Remove cover plate
- Push side brushes from the front towards the machine to detent V-belt
(Fig. 28/5)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 28/5)
- Turn engine off and remove key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking
brake
- Unplug battery plug
- Loosen tensioning roller (Fig. 28/1)
- Loosen hexagonal nut (Fig. 28/11)
and hexagon socket screw
(Fig. 28/12) and detent V-belt
(Fig. 28/4)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 28/4) from belt
pulley (Fig. 28/3)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 28/2)
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
Do not exceed tension of the V-belt
Observe the following
when mounting:
At first, adjust tension of
V-belt (Fig. 28/4) then
tension of V-belt
(Fig. 28/2).
04/2005
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
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Maintenance/Service
7.4.7 Hako-Jonas 900 E (6502.20) Maintenance Schedule
hours of operation
Maintenance
daily
Check battery acid level and top with distilled water if required
(with fully charged battery only)
after first
every 100
every 200
X
Check battery for non-spillablility
X
Clean and grease battery terminals
X
Check cables for damages and screwed connections for tight fit
X
Check function of seat contact switch
X
Visual check of front tires
X
Check cylinder broom for wearing or foreign particles (e.g. wire,
straps) and replace broom if required
X
Check sweeping track and adjust if required
X
Check sealing strips at the broom compartment, adjust if required or replace defective sealing strips
X
Check sealing strips at dirt hopper, replace defective sealing
strips
X
X
04/2005
Check side brush adjustment and brush bristles for wearing,
adjust if required or replace side brush
62
Maintenance/Service
7.4.7 Hako-Jonas 900 E (6502.20) Maintenance Schedule
hours of operation
Maintenance
daily
Check battery acid level and top with distilled water if required
(with fully charged battery only)
after first
every 100
X
Check battery for non-spillablility
X
Clean and grease battery terminals
X
Check cables for damages and screwed connections for tight fit
X
Check function of seat contact switch
X
Visual check of front tires
Check cylinder broom for wearing or foreign particles (e.g. wire,
straps) and replace broom if required
X
X
Check sweeping track and adjust if required
X
Check sealing strips at the broom compartment, adjust if required or replace defective sealing strips
X
Check sealing strips at dirt hopper, replace defective sealing
strips
X
X
04/2005
Check side brush adjustment and brush bristles for wearing,
adjust if required or replace side brush
every 200
62
Maintenance/Service
hours of operation
Maintenance
daily
Check V-belts for wearing and required tension or re-adjust if
required
Visual check of V-belts
after first
every 100
5
X
every 200
X
Check service/parking brake and re-adjust if required
X
Check filter system for tightness (visual check)
X
Dismount plate filter and clean if required
X
Clean travel drive assembly, brush motor, shaking motor
X
Check tread of wheels
X
500
X
Check carbon brushes of travel drive assembly (by qualified
personnel only)
500
X
04/2005
Check electro-motor for functioning, check carbon brushes for
smooth running and wearing, clean motor from carbon dust,
replace carbon brushes if required
63
Maintenance/Service
hours of operation
Maintenance
daily
Check V-belts for wearing and required tension or re-adjust if
required
Visual check of V-belts
after first
every 100
5
X
every 200
X
Check service/parking brake and re-adjust if required
X
Check filter system for tightness (visual check)
X
Dismount plate filter and clean if required
X
Clean travel drive assembly, brush motor, shaking motor
X
Check tread of wheels
X
500
X
Check carbon brushes of travel drive assembly (by qualified
personnel only)
500
X
04/2005
Check electro-motor for functioning, check carbon brushes for
smooth running and wearing, clean motor from carbon dust,
replace carbon brushes if required
63
04/2005
Maintenance Document
100 operating hours
Maintenance
200 operating hours
Maintenance
300 operating hours
Maintenance
400 operating hours
Maintenance
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600 operating hours
Maintenance
700 operating hours
Maintenance
800 operating hours
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1000 operating hours
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1100 operating hours
Maintenance
1200 operating hours
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Maintenance Document
100 operating hours
Maintenance
200 operating hours
Maintenance
300 operating hours
Maintenance
400 operating hours
Maintenance
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carried out on
at _________________ Operating hours
at _________________ operating hours
at _________________ operating hours
at _________________ operating hours
500 operating hours
Maintenance
600 operating hours
Maintenance
700 operating hours
Maintenance
800 operating hours
Maintenance
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at _________________ operating hours
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1000 operating hours
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1100 operating hours
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1200 operating hours
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at _________________ Operating hours
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Hako Jonas 900 V/E
Changes Due to Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
Preface
Modified text in paragraph Preface:
Before using the equipment for the first
time, read this original manual thoroughly, act according to the information
contained and keep it in a safe place for
future reference or subsequent owners.
Intended use
Modified text in paragraph Intended
Use:
Based on the conception, design and
construction of the model introduced
onto the market by us, the machine
complies with the applicable basic safety and health requirements stipulated in
the EC Directive (refer to Declaration of
Conformity). This declaration is no longer considered valid in the event of modifications to the machine not authorized
by us. The manufacturer is not deemed
liable for any damage resulting from unauthorized modifications to the machine.
General safety information
The machine may be used only for
operation on plane areas with a maximum inclination of up to 12 %.
Disposal
New text in Chapter Introduction:
Render the machine inoperable. It must
not represent a potential source of danger for children.
Dispose of the device according to the
applicable local regulations. For further
information on handling and recycling,
please contact your authorized Hako
dealer where you purchased the device.
Used batteries with the recycling symbol contain reusable commodities. The
heavy metals contained simultaneously
represent a serious risk to health and to
the environment. Never open batteries
or damage them. Never touch, inhale or
swallow any material inside batteries.
Health hazard! Never allow batteries to
pollute the environment. Risk of contaminating the ground and water! In accordance with the symbol with the
crossed out bin, these batteries must
not be disposed of in domestic waste.
The return and recycling of old batteries
must be agreed on with your authorized
Hako dealer in accordance with the Battery Law § 6 and § 8 (BattG)
Clean ahead
Noise emission value
The sound pressure level (LpA) (at the
ear of the operator) measured according to DIN IEC 60335-2-72 under normal working conditions:95 dB (A)
Measurement inaccuracy (KpA):
2 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to DIN EN 60335-2-72 under
maximum working conditions:
93 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to 2000/14/EG under
maximum working conditions:
93 dB (A)
Vibration
The weighted effective value of acceleration, measured in accordance with
ISO 5349-1, to which the upper parts of
the body (hand-arm) are exposed under
normal working conditions:
< 2,5 m/s²
The weighted effective value of acceleration, measured in accordance with
ISO 2631-1, to which the upper parts of
the body (feet-seat) are exposed under
normal working conditions:
< 0,5 m/s²
Hako Jonas 900 V/E
Changes Due to Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
Preface
Modified text in paragraph Preface:
Before using the equipment for the first
time, read this original manual thoroughly, act according to the information
contained and keep it in a safe place for
future reference or subsequent owners.
Intended use
Modified text in paragraph Intended
Use:
Based on the conception, design and
construction of the model introduced
onto the market by us, the machine
complies with the applicable basic safety and health requirements stipulated in
the EC Directive (refer to Declaration of
Conformity). This declaration is no longer considered valid in the event of modifications to the machine not authorized
by us. The manufacturer is not deemed
liable for any damage resulting from unauthorized modifications to the machine.
General safety information
The machine may be used only for
operation on plane areas with a maximum inclination of up to 12 %.
Disposal
New text in Chapter Introduction:
Render the machine inoperable. It must
not represent a potential source of danger for children.
Dispose of the device according to the
applicable local regulations. For further
information on handling and recycling,
please contact your authorized Hako
dealer where you purchased the device.
Used batteries with the recycling symbol contain reusable commodities. The
heavy metals contained simultaneously
represent a serious risk to health and to
the environment. Never open batteries
or damage them. Never touch, inhale or
swallow any material inside batteries.
Health hazard! Never allow batteries to
pollute the environment. Risk of contaminating the ground and water! In accordance with the symbol with the
crossed out bin, these batteries must
not be disposed of in domestic waste.
The return and recycling of old batteries
must be agreed on with your authorized
Hako dealer in accordance with the Battery Law § 6 and § 8 (BattG)
Clean ahead
Noise emission value
The sound pressure level (LpA) (at the
ear of the operator) measured according to DIN IEC 60335-2-72 under normal working conditions:95 dB (A)
Measurement inaccuracy (KpA):
2 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to DIN EN 60335-2-72 under
maximum working conditions:
93 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to 2000/14/EG under
maximum working conditions:
93 dB (A)
Vibration
The weighted effective value of acceleration, measured in accordance with
ISO 5349-1, to which the upper parts of
the body (hand-arm) are exposed under
normal working conditions:
< 2,5 m/s²
The weighted effective value of acceleration, measured in accordance with
ISO 2631-1, to which the upper parts of
the body (feet-seat) are exposed under
normal working conditions:
< 0,5 m/s²
EC Declaration of Conformity (corresponds to EC Directive 2006/42/EC)
Hako GmbH
Hamburger Straße 209-239
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
declares that the products
Hako Jonas 900 V, Typ: 6502.10
Hako Jonas 900 E, Typ: 6502.20
to which this declaration relates, conform to the relevant provisions of the
safety and health requirements stipulated in EC Directive 2006/42/EC and is in
accordance with 2004/108/EC.
Reference was made to the following
standards and/or norms and/or technical specifications to ensure proper implementation of the safety and health
requirements in the EC Directive:
Name of the authorized person who
compiles technical documents for
Hako:
Ludger Lüttel
EN 60335-2-72
EN 55012
EN 61000-6-2
Bad Oldesloe, 27.10.2010
Dr. Rainer Bavendiek
Director R&D
EC Declaration of Conformity (corresponds to EC Directive 2006/42/EC)
Hako-Werke GmbH
Hamburger Straße 209-239
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
declares that the products
Hako Jonas 900 V, Typ: 6502.10
Hako Jonas 900 E, Typ: 6502.20
to which this declaration relates, conform to the relevant provisions of the
safety and health requirements stipulated in EC Directive 2006/42/EC and is in
accordance with 2004/108/EC.
Reference was made to the following
standards and/or norms and/or technical specifications to ensure proper implementation of the safety and health
requirements in the EC Directive:
EN 60335-2-72
EN 55012
EN 61000-6-2
Bad Oldesloe, 27.10.2010
Dr. Rainer Bavendiek
Director R&D
Name of the authorized person who
compiles technical documents for
Hako:
Ludger Lüttel
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Superior technology for a cleaner and better environment
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88-60-2628/11-2010 • Printed in Germany
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Hamburger Str. 209-239 · D-23843 Bad Oldesloe ·
88-10-2628/05-2011 • Printed in Germany
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