3640 Electric Operator Manual

3640 Electric Operator Manual
3640
(Electric)
Sweeper
Operator Manual
North America / International
330560
Rev. 08 (02-2008)
*330560*
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This manual is furnished with each new model. It provides necessary operation and maintenance instructions.
Read this manual completely and understand the machine before operating or servicing it.
This machine will provide excellent service. However, the best results will be obtained at minimum costs if:
S The machine is operated with reasonable care.
S The machine is maintained regularly - per the machine maintenance instructions provided.
S The machine is maintained with manufacturer supplied or equivalent parts.
PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
Please dispose of packaging materials,
old machine components such as
batteries, hazardous fluids including
antifreeze and oil, in an environmentally
safe way according to local waste
disposal regulations.
Always remember to recycle.
MACHINE DATA
Please fill out at time of installation for future reference.
Model No. -Serial No. -Machine Options -Sales Rep. -Sales Rep. phone no. -Customer Number -Installation Date --
Tennant Company
PO Box 1452
Minneapolis, MN 55440
Phone: (800) 553--8033 or (763) 513--2850
www.tennantco.com
Specifications and parts are subject to change without notice.
Original instructions, Copyright E 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008 TENNANT Company, Printed in U.S.A.
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
Page
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITY . . . . . . . . . 5
MACHINE COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
SYMBOL DEFINITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS . . . . . . 8
OPERATION OF CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . 9
DIRECTIONAL CONTROL LEVER . . . 9
CLUTCH HANDLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
MAIN BRUSH LEVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
SIDE BRUSH LEVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
STEERING BAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
STEERING BAR ADJUSTMENT
KNOBS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
KEY SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
HOURMETER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
BATTERY DISCHARGE INDICATOR . 13
POWER KILL SWITCH (OPTION) . . . . 14
CIRCUIT BREAKERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
FILTER SHAKER SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . 15
THERMO SENTRYt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
VACUUM WAND (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . 15
HOW THE MACHINE WORKS . . . . . . . . . . 16
PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST . . . . . . . . . 16
STARTING THE MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
SWEEPING AND BRUSH INFORMATION 18
SWEEPING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
SWEEPING CARPET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
STOP SWEEPING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
EMPTYING THE DEBRIS HOPPER . . . . . 23
STANDARD HOPPER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
HOPPER DUMP ASSIST HANDLE
(OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
REPLACING THE BAG FILTER
(OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
CLEANING THE FILTER
COMPARTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
POST-OPERATION CHECKLIST . . . . . . . . 27
OPERATION ON INCLINES . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
OPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
WIDE TRACK TIRES AND
HEAVY DUTY CASTERS . . . . . . . . . . 28
MACHINE TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . 29
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
MAINTENANCE CHART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
BATTERIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
CHARGING THE BATTERIES . . . . . . . 33
LUBRICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
HEAVY DUTY CASTERS (OPTION) . . 35
SKIRTS AND SEALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
MAIN BRUSH SKIRTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
HOPPER DUST SEAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
REAR SKIRT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
HOPPER LIP SKIRT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
FILTER COMPARTMENT
DOOR SEAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
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VACUUM INLET PLATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
CLEANING THE PANEL FILTER . . . . . . . . 38
BRUSHES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
MAIN BRUSH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
REPLACING THE MAIN BRUSH . . 39
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING
MAIN BRUSH PATTERN . . . . . . . 41
ROTATING THE MAIN BRUSH . . . . 42
SIDE BRUSH(ES) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
REPLACING THE SIDE
BRUSH(ES) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
ELECTRIC MOTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
BELTS AND CHAINS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
VACUUM FAN BELT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
MAIN BRUSH BELT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
STATIC DRAG CHAIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
CLUTCH CABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
TIRES (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
PUSHING AND TRANSPORTING THE
MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
PUSHING THE MACHINE . . . . . . . . 46
TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE . 46
STORING MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
GENERAL MACHINE
DIMENSIONS/CAPACITIES . . . . . . . . . 49
GENERAL MACHINE PERFORMANCE . . 49
POWER TYPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
TIRES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
MACHINE DIMENSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
INDEX
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following symbols are used throughout this
manual as indicated in their description:
WARNING: To warn of hazards or
unsafe practices that could result in
severe personal injury or death.
FOR SAFETY: To identify actions that
must be followed for safe operation of
equipment.
The machine is suited to sweep disposable
debris. Do not use the machine other than
described in this Operator Manual. The machine
is not designed for use on public roads.
The following information signals potentially
dangerous conditions to the operator or
equipment:
WARNING: Heavy hopper. Get help to
handle.
WARNING: Brush throws debris. Stop
motor before lifting hopper.
WARNING: Moving belt and fan. Keep
away.
WARNING: Batteries emit hydrogen gas.
Explosion or fire can result. Keep
sparks and open flame away. Keep
covers open when charging.
4. Before leaving or servicing machine:
-- Stop on level surface.
-- Move directional lever into Park
position.
-- Turn off machine and remove key.
5. When servicing machine:
-- Avoid moving parts. Do not wear loose
jackets, shirts, or sleeves when
working on machine.
-- Use hoist or jack that will support the
wieght of the machine.
-- Wear eye and ear protection if using
pressurized air or water.
-- Disconnect battery connections before
working on machine.
-- Avoid contact with battery acid.
-- Use Tennant supplied or equivalent
replacement parts.
6. When loading/unloading machine
onto/off truck or trailer:
-- Turn off machine.
-- Use truck or trailer that will support
the weight of the machine.
-- Use winch. Do not push the machine
onto/off the truck or trailer unless the
load height is 380 mm (15 in) or less
from the ground.
-- Block machine tires.
-- Tie machine down to truck or trailer.
FOR SAFETY:
1. Do not operate machine:
-- Unless trained and authorized.
-- Unless operation manual is read and
understood.
-- In flammable or explosive areas unless
designed for use in those areas.
2. When starting machine:
-- Keep directional lever in Park position.
3. When using machine:
-- Do not pick up burning or smoking
debris, such as cigarettes, matches or
hot ashes
-- Go slowly on inclines and slippery
surfaces.
-- Use care when reversing machine.
-- Do not carry riders on machine.
-- Always follow safety and traffic rules.
-- Report machine damage or faulty
operation immediately.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following safety labels are mounted on the
machine in the locations indicated. If these or any
labels become damaged or illegible, install a new
label in its place.
BATTERY CHARGING LABEL -LOCATED ON THE UNDERSIDE OF
THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT COVER
FOR SAFETY LABEL -- LOCATED
ON THE CONTROL PANEL
BACK STRAIN LABEL -- LOCATED ON THE
MOTOR COMPARTMENT COVER
FLYING DEBRIS WARNING LABEL -- LOCATED
ON THE MOTOR COMPARTMENT COVER
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OPERATION
OPERATION
OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITY
- The operator’s responsibility is to take care
of the daily maintenance and checkups of
the machine to keep it in good working
condition. The operator must inform the
service mechanic or supervisor when the
maintenance intervals are required as stated
in the MAINTENANCE section of this
manual.
- Read this manual carefully before operating
the machine. View the operation video
supplied with the machine.
FOR SAFETY: Do not operate machine,
unless operation manual is read and
understood.
- Check the machine for shipping damage.
Check to make sure the machine is
complete per shipping instructions.
- Keep your machine regularly maintained by
following the maintenance information in this
manual. We recommend taking advantage
of a regularly scheduled service contract
from your Tennant representative.
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- Order parts and supplies directly from your
authorized Tennant representative. Use the
parts manual provided when ordering parts.
- After the first 50 hours of operation, follow
the recommended procedures stated in the
MAINTENANCE CHART.
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OPERATION
MACHINE COMPONENTS
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Debris hopper
Vacuum wand (option)
Filter compartment
Main brush
Side brush
Accessory bin
Battery compartment
Vac wand extension (option)
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OPERATION
SYMBOL DEFINITIONS
These symbols identify controls, displays, and
features on the machine:
Start
Filter shaker switch
Side brush(es) down and on
Side brush(es) up and off
Main brush down pressure
Main brush down and on
Main brush up and off
Battery discharge indicator
Circuit breaker #1
Circuit breaker #2
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CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
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Main brush lever
Side brush lever
Directional control lever
Clutch handle
Steering bar
Steering bar adjustment knobs.
Vacuum wand (option)
Key switch
Filter shaker switch
Battery discharge indicator
Battery disconnect button (option)
Hourmeter
Circuit breakers
Beverage holder
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OPERATION
OPERATION OF CONTROLS
DIRECTIONAL CONTROL LEVER
The directional control lever controls the
machine’s speed and direction of travel. The
machine has three forward speeds: second, first,
and third; one reverse speed; as well as neutral
and park settings.
The speed selection pattern is designed to allow
the operator to move the control lever quickly
between second speed and reverse. The neutral
setting is located midway between these
positions. Since reverse and second speed will be
used most often for routine sweeping, the area
between these positions is called the working
range. The directional control lever positions are
labeled near the base of the directional control
lever in the following order:
PARK: Pull the directional control lever toward you
as far as it will go. The directional control lever
should always be in the PARK position when
starting, stopping, or leaving the machine
unattended while the machine is powered on.
REVERSE: Move the directional control lever to
the left, then one position forward from the PARK
position. The machine will move backward when
the clutch handle is squeezed.
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NEUTRAL: Push the directional control lever
halfway between the REVERSE position and the
SECOND SPEED position. The machine will not
move forward when the clutch handle is squeezed
while in NEUTRAL. Do not leave the machine
powered on in NEUTRAL while the machine is
unattended.
SECOND SPEED: Push the directional control
lever one position forward from the NEUTRAL
position. The machine will move forward when the
clutch handle is squeezed. Use SECOND SPEED
for normal sweeping.
FIRST SPEED: Move the directional control lever
to the left, then one position forward from the
SECOND SPEED position. The machine will
move forward when the clutch handle is
squeezed. Use FIRST SPEED on inclines and
slippery surfaces.
THIRD SPEED: Move the directional control lever
to the left, then forward as far as it will go. The
machine will move forward when the clutch handle
is squeezed. Use THIRD SPEED for sweeping in
wide open areas or for transport to the dumping
area when the hopper is full.
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OPERATION
CLUTCH HANDLE
The clutch handle engages the machine’s
propelling system when the direction control lever
is positioned in a forward or reverse position. The
farther the clutch handle is squeezed toward the
steering bar, the faster the machine will travel, up
to its maximum in the selected position.
Braking: To stop the machine at any time,
regardless of direction of travel, release the clutch
handle. The machine will immediately slow down,
then stop completely.
MAIN BRUSH LEVER
The main brush lever raises and lowers the main
brush. The main brush rotates automatically when
the machine is powered on. The main brush
rotates whether in the raised or lowered position.
Main brush down: Move the main brush lever to
the left, out of the raised position, then allow it to
fall forward into the sweeping position.
Main brush up: Move the main brush lever
backward, then to the right to raise and set the
main brush in the raised position.
NOTE: For sweeping carpet: The brush pressure
pin included in the carpet sweeping kit (option)
must be installed to control brush pressure. See
SWEEPING CARPET.
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OPERATION
SIDE BRUSH LEVER
The side brush lever raises and lowers the side
brush. The side brush will rotate automatically
when lowered. The side brush does not rotate
when raised.
Side brush down and on: Move the side brush
lever to the right, out the the raised position, then
forward to the desired brush down pressure
setting.
Side brush up and off: Move the side brush lever
backward, then to the left to raise and set the side
brush in the raised position.
STEERING BAR
Use the steering bar to steer the machine.
STEERING BAR ADJUSTMENT KNOBS
The steering bar adjustment knobs allow you to
move and lock the steering bar into a position that
is most comfortable for you. Pull both adjustment
knobs out at once to raise or lower the steering
bar.
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OPERATION
KEY SWITCH
The ignition switch turns the power to the machine
on and off using a key.
On: Turn the key clockwise as far as it will go and
release it to the on position.
Off: Turn the key counterclockwise.
HOURMETER
The hourmeter records the number of hours the
machine has been in use. Use this information as
a guide to indicate when routine maintenance
needs to be performed.
BATTERY DISCHARGE INDICATOR
The battery discharge indicator displays the
charge level of the batteries while the machine is
operating.
When the batteries are fully charged, the indicator
on the far right is lit. As the batteries discharge,
the indicator light will move across the display
from right to left. The batteries should be
recharged when the second indicator from the far
left flashes. When two indicators on the left flash,
the machine will gradually slow down, then stop.
Drive, or push the machine in neutral, to the
battery charging area and charge the batteries
immediately after the battery discharge
indicator(s) begin to flash.
NOTE: The reading on the battery discharge
indicator may not be accurate when the machine
is first powered on. Operate the machine for a few
minutes before reading the charge level of the
batteries.
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OPERATION
POWER KILL SWITCH (OPTION)
The Power Kill Switch immediately stops all power
to the machine.
Stop machine power: Press the Power Kill
Switch.
Restart machine power: Release the Power Kill
Switch by turning it to the right. Turn the key
counter--clockwise, then turn the key fully
clockwise and release it to the on position.
CIRCUIT BREAKERS
Circuit breakers are resetable electrical circuit
protection devices designed to stop the flow of
current in the event of a circuit overload. Once a
circuit breaker is tripped, reset it manually by
pressing the reset button after the breaker has
cooled down.
If the overload that caused the circuit breaker to
trip is still present, the circuit breaker will continue
to stop current flow until the problem is corrected.
The circuit breakers are located on the instrument
panel.
The chart below shows the circuit breakers and
the electrical components they protect.
Circuit
Breaker
Rating
Circuits Protected
CB1
15 A
Filter shaker motor
Side brush motor(s)
CB2
50 A
Main motor, standard,
CB2
40 A
Main motor, (EE)
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OPERATION
FILTER SHAKER SWITCH
The filter shaker switch activates the filter shaker
motor. The shaker motor shakes debris from the
panel filter. Machines with a bag filter do not have
a filter shaker motor or switch.
Make sure the filter compartment door is closed
properly, then press the switch. The filter shaker
motor will shake the filter for 15 seconds, then
stop automatically. Remove loose debris from the
panel filter compartment door when the shaker
motor stops.
THERMO SENTRYt
The Thermo Sentryt will automatically turn the
machine’s power off in case of a fire in the hopper.
If the Thermo Sentryt is tripped, reset it by
pushing the reset button.
VACUUM WAND (OPTION)
The vacuum wand uses the machine’s vacuum
system. Use the vacuum wand to pick up debris in
narrow or partially enclosed areas that cannot be
swept by the machine. Fully insert the vacuum
wand into the machine when not in use.
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HOW THE MACHINE WORKS
The operator steers the machine by using the
steering bar. The directional control lever controls
the forward or reverse direction of the machine.
The clutch handle engages the propelling system
when it is squeezed toward the steering bar. The
clutch handle will also stop the machine when it is
released.
The side brush sweeps debris into the path of the
main brush. The main brush sweeps debris from
the floor into the hopper. The vacuum system
pulls dust and air through the main brush
compartment and the dust filter.
When sweeping is finished, press the filter shaker
switch (option) to clean the panel filter (option) if
the machine has these options. Clean the panel
filter compartment. Empty the hopper.
If the machine has a bag filter, check the filter bag
and replace if full. Empty the hopper.
PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST
- Check controls for proper operation.
- Check the electrolyte level in each battery
cell.
- Check maintenance records to determine
service requirements.
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OPERATION
STARTING THE MACHINE
1. Turn the machine power on.
2. Move the directional control lever into the
desired forward speed (second, first, or
third).
3. Gently squeeze the clutch handle to move
the machine forward.
NOTE: The farther the clutch handle is squeezed
toward the steering bar, the faster the machine
will travel, up to its maximum in the selected
position.
4. Drive the machine to the area to be swept.
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OPERATION
SWEEPING AND BRUSH INFORMATION
Pick up oversized debris before sweeping. Flatten
or remove bulky cartons from aisles before
sweeping. Pick up pieces of wire, twine, string,
etc., which could become entangled in the
brushes or brush plugs.
Plan the sweeping in advance. Try to arrange long
runs with minimum stopping and starting. Sweep
debris from very narrow aisles into the main aisles
ahead of time. Do an entire floor or section at one
time. Drive the straightest path possible. Avoid
bumping into posts or scraping the sides of the
machine. Overlap the sweeping paths.
Polypropylene 8-double row main brush -Superior pick-up of sand, gravel, and paper litter.
Polypropylene retains its stiffness when wet and
can be used indoors or outdoors with equal
performance.
Polypropylene double row main brush for
carpet -- Soft poly bristles are designed to sweep
and raise the tuft, without wear or damage to the
carpet.
Polypropylene Side Brush -- A good general
purpose brush for sweeping light to medium
debris on floors, carpet, and outdoor surfaces.
This brush is recommended when bristles may
get wet.
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OPERATION
SWEEPING
1. Drive the machine to the area to be swept.
2. Release the clutch handle to stop the
machine.
3. Move the main brush lever to the left, out of
the raised position, then allow it to fall
forward into the sweeping position.
4. Move the side brush lever to the right, out of
the raised position, then forward to the
desired brush down pressure setting.
5. Squeeze the clutch handle to begin
sweeping.
6. Sweep as needed.
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OPERATION
SWEEPING CARPET
1. If necessary, remove the floor sweeping
brush and install the carpet sweeping brush.
NOTE: DO NOT attempt to sweep carpet with a
floor sweeping brush. Damage to the carpet could
result.
2. Clean the rear wheels and front casters with
a damp cloth before sweeping carpet.
3. Install the carpet sweeping pin into the main
brush lever to control carpet brush down
pressure. Do not attempt to sweep carpet
without first installing the brush down
pressure pin.
4. Ensure the battery bags are in place. Do not
remove battery bags from machine.
NOTE: The battery bags are designed to prevent
an accidental overflow of battery acid from
damaging the carpet.
5. If desired, move the side brush lever to the
right, out of the raised position, then then
forward to the desired brush down pressure
setting.
NOTE: Sweeping carpet with the side brush(es)
is optional.
6. Move the main brush lever to the left, out of
the raised position, then forward to the
desired carpet brush down pressure setting.
7. Squeeze the clutch handle to begin
sweeping.
8. Sweep as needed.
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OPERATION
STOP SWEEPING
1. Release the clutch handle.
NOTE: The machine will immediately slow down,
then stop completely.
2. Move the main brush lever backward, then
to the right to raise and set the main brush in
the raised position.
3. Move the side brush lever backward, then to
the left to raise and set the side brush(es) in
the raised position.
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OPERATION
4. Move the directional control lever into the
PARK position.
5. Shake the panel filter by pressing the filter
shaker switch. The shaker motor will operate
for 15 seconds before stopping.
NOTE: Make sure the filter compartment is
closed securely before activating filter shaker.
6. Turn the machine power off.
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OPERATION
EMPTYING THE DEBRIS HOPPER
STANDARD HOPPER
Drive the machine to the area where debris is
collected.
Turn the machine power off.
WARNING: Brush throws debris. Stop
motor before lifting hopper.
The debris hopper is equipped with one center,
and two side finger grips to allow two people to lift
and empty the hopper.
Pull the hopper slightly forward to unseat it from
the machine frame.
With one person on each side, lift the debris
hopper out of the machine.
NOTE: Do not attempt to lift the hopper when it is
full of debris without assistance. Dump the debris
from the hopper into a pile on the floor near a
trash can or dumpster, then pick the debris up
with a shovel.
WARNING: Heavy hopper. Get help to
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OPERATION
HOPPER DUMP ASSIST HANDLE (OPTION)
The dump assist handle allows easy removal and
transport of the debris hopper when it is full.
Turn the machine power off.
WARNING: Brush throws debris. Stop
motor before lifting hopper.
Raise the dump assist handle.
Place one foot on the hopper’s pivot point.
Lift the hopper out of the machine and onto the
wheels. Transport the hopper to the location
where debris is collected.
WARNING: Heavy hopper. Get help to
handle.
NOTE: Do not attempt to lift the hopper when it is
full of debris without assistance. Dump the debris
from the hopper into a pile on the floor near a
trash can or dumpster, then pick the debris up
with a shovel.
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REPLACING THE BAG FILTER (OPTION)
The bag filter (option) traps dust and small
particles of debris. Check the bag filter daily and
replace it when it becomes full of debris.
To access the bag filter, remove the vacuum wand
and unlatch the filter compartment hooks.
Install a new bag filter by placing the cardboard
tab on the filter around the vacuum inlet tube.
The vacuum inlet tube is located at the top of filter
compartment, on the inside of the machine.
Latch the filter compartment door. Fully insert the
vacuum wand into the machine.
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CLEANING THE FILTER COMPARTMENT
The panel filter traps dust and small particles of
debris. Press the filter shaker switch to shake the
debris from the panel filter each time the hopper is
emptied. This debris collects in the filter
compartment. Clean the filter compartment daily.
Remove the vacuum wand and unlatch the filter
compartment hooks.
Lower and remove the filter compartment door by
sliding it to the left off the pivot pins. Empty the
dust and debris.
Replace and latch the filter compartment door.
Fully insert the vacuum wand into the machine.
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OPERATION
POST-OPERATION CHECKLIST
Check this list of items after sweeping and
emptying hopper:
- Check for wire or string tangled in the
bristles of the main brush and side
brush(es). Additional side brush (option)
shown.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, turn off machine, and remove
key.
- Check and, if necessary, wipe the vacuum
inlet plate clean.
- Check the skirts and seals for damage and
wear.
- Check the electrolyte levels in the battery
cells after charging.
- Check the bag filter (option) for fullness or
shake the panel filter and clean the filter
compartment.
- Check the service records to determine
routine maintenance requirements.
OPERATION ON INCLINES
When operating the machine on an incline, use
first speed for increased power and control. The
maximum rated climb and descent angle for the
machine is 8_.
NOTE: To stop the machine at any time,
regardless of direction of travel, release the clutch
handle. The machine will immediately slow down,
then stop completely.
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OPTIONS
WIDE TRACK TIRES AND HEAVY DUTY
CASTERS
Wide track tires and heavy duty casters provide
increased maneuverability and control on rough
surfaces.
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OPERATION
MACHINE TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Excessive dusting
Vacuum hose clogged
Unscrew hose from vac wand
handle and clean
Brush skirts and dust seals worn
or damaged
Replace brush skirts or dust seals
Filter bag full or panel filter
clogged
Shake and / or clean or replace
bag or panel filter
Vacuum wand hose damaged
Replace vacuum wand hose
Vacuum wand not fully inserted
into machine
Insert fully
Vacuum inlet plate clogged
Remove / clean plate. Clean
chamber if necessary
Vacuum fan failure
Contact Tennant service
personnel
Brush bristles worn
Replace brushes
Batteries low
Recharge
Main brush not touching floor
Check brush linkage for binding or
contact Tennant service personnel
Main brush not touching carpet
Adjust main brush down pressure
Debris caught in main brush drive
mechanism
Remove debris from drive
mechanism
Main brush drive failure
Contact Tennant service
personnel
Side brush drive failure
Contact Tennant service
personnel
Hopper full
Empty hopper
Hopper / brush skirts worn or
damaged
Replace skirts
Wrong sweeping brush
Use yellow / black brush w/
75 mm (3 in) dia tube for floor
sweeping
Use black brush w/ 125 mm (5 in)
dia tube for carpet sweeping
Rear skirt damaged
Replace skirt
Transmission will not go into gear
Contact Tennant service
personnel
Clutch arm not pulling belt tight
enough
Adjust clutch cable length
Propel belt stop bar not adjusted
properly
Contact Tennant service
personnel
Poor sweeping performance
Machine will not propel or shift
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Machine will not start
Thermo Sentryt tripped
Reset Thermo Sentryt
Batteries not properly reconnected Connect properly
after charging
Batteries discharged
Charge
Battery disconnect button pushed
in
Turn to the right to reset
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MAINTENANCE
1
2
6
3
4
5
8
7
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MAINTENANCE CHART
Interval
Daily
Key
Description
1
Battery cells
4,5
50 Hours
100 Hours
200 Hours
500 Hours
1000
Hours
2
2
6
6
Main brush and side
brush(es)
Vacuum inlet plate
Skirts and seals
Bag filter (option)
Panel filter
1
5
Vacuum fan belt
Main brush
1
6
7
8
Battery cells
Panel filter
Wide track tires (option)
Heavy duty casters
(option)
Battery terminals
Side brush motor(s)
Main motor
1
3
1
Procedure
Check electrolyte level after
charging
Check for damage and wear
Check / clean
Inspect
Check / Replace if full
Shake filter, clean compartment
door
Check tension and wear
Rotate end for end and check
brush pattern
Check electrolyte level
Remove and clean
Check for damage / pressure
Lubricate
Clean and tighten
Check motor brush
Check motor brush
No. of
Lubricant/ Service
Fluid
Points
DW
2
--
2 (3)
-----
1
6
1
1
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1
1
DW
--SPL
3
1
2
2
----
4
1 (2)
1
LUBRICANT/FLUID
DW . . . . Distilled water
SPL . . . Special lubricant, Lubriplate EMB grease (TENNANT part no. 01433--1)
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BATTERIES
The batteries are designed to hold their power for
long periods of time. The lifetime of the batteries
is limited to number of charges the batteries
receive. To get the most life from the batteries,
recharge them immediately when the battery
discharge indicator begins to blink.
Every 200 hours of operation, check for loose
battery connections and clean the surface of the
batteries, including terminals and cable clamps,
using a strong solution of baking soda and water.
Brush the solution sparingly over the battery tops.
Do not allow any baking soda solution to enter the
batteries. Use a wire brush to clean the terminal
posts and the cable connectors. Wipe off all
cleaning solution residue. After cleaning, apply a
coating of clear battery post protectant to the
terminals and the cable connectors. Keep the tops
of the batteries clean and dry.
Objects made of metal can potentially short circuit
the batteries. Keep all metallic objects off the
batteries. Replace any worn or damaged wires.
Check the electrolyte level in each battery cell
before and after charging, and after every 50
hours of operation. Do not charge the batteries
unless the fluid is slightly above the battery plates.
If needed, add just enough distilled water to cover
the plates. Never add acid to the batteries. Do not
overfill. Always keep the battery caps on, except
when adding water or taking hydrometer readings.
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Using a hydrometer, measure the specific gravity
to determine the charge level and condition of the
batteries. If one or more of the battery cells test
lower than the other battery cells (0.050 or more),
the cell is damaged, shorted, or is near failure.
Completely recharge the batteries, then retest
them.
NOTE: Do not take readings immediately after
adding distilled water. If the water and acid are not
thoroughly mixed, the readings may not be
accurate. Check the hydrometer readings against
the following chart to determine the remaining
battery charge level:
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
at 27_ C (80_F)
BATTERY
CHARGE
1.280
100% Charged
1.230
75% Charged
1.190
50% Charged
1.150
25% Charged
1.110
Discharged
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CHARGING THE BATTERIES
1. Drive the machine to a flat, dry surface.
NOTE: Make sure the area is well ventilated.
2. Turn the machine power off.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, turn off machine, and remove
key.
3. Move the directional control lever into the
PARK position.
4. Lift the battery compartment cover to access
the batteries. The support arm automatically
engages when the cover is lifted all the way
up.
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5. Check the electrolyte level in all the battery
cells.
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6. If the level is low, add just enough distilled
water to cover the plates. DO NOT
OVERFILL. The batteries can overflow
during charging due to expansion.
NOTE: Make sure the battery caps are in place
while charging.
FOR SAFETY: When maintaining or
servicing machine, avoid contact with
battery acid.
7. Unplug the machine connector from the
batteries.
8. Plug the charger connector into the battery
connector.
WARNING: Batteries emit hydrogen
gas. Explosion or fire can result. Keep
sparks and open flame away. Keep
covers open when charging.
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9. Plug the battery charger into the wall outlet.
NOTE: If the red “ABNORMAL CYCLE” lamp
lights when the TENNANT charger is plugged into
a wall outlet, the charger cannot charge the
battery and there is something wrong with the
battery.
10.The TENNANT charger will start
automatically. When the batteries are fully
charged, the TENNANT charger will
automatically turn off.
11. After the charger has turned off, unplug the
charger from the wall outlet.
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12. Unplug the charger connector from the
battery connector on the machine.
FOR SAFETY: When maintaining or
servicing machine, avoid contact with
battery acid.
13. Connect the machine connector to the
battery connector.
14. Check the electrolyte level in each battery
cell after charging. If needed, add distilled
water to raise the electrolyte level to about
12mm (0.4 in) below the bottom of the sight
tubes.
15. Lower the battery compartment cover by
slightly raising it while pushing the support
arm inward.
LUBRICATION
HEAVY DUTY CASTERS (OPTION)
The heavy duty casters (option) each have one
grease fitting on the caster swivel. Lubricate each
caster with a grease gun containing Lubriplate
EMB grease (Tennant part no. 01433--1) after
every 100 hours of operation.
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SKIRTS AND SEALS
MAIN BRUSH SKIRTS
The main brush skirts are located at the ends of
the main brush. These skirts are designed to
deflect debris into the hopper.
Check the brush skirts for damage or wear daily.
HOPPER DUST SEAL
The hopper dust seal, located at the top of the
hopper compartment, helps maintain a vacuum
within the hopper.
Check the hopper dust seal for damage or wear
daily.
REAR SKIRT
The rear skirt, located behind the main brush,
helps create a vacuum around the main brush.
Check the rear skirt for damage or wear daily.
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HOPPER LIP SKIRT
The hopper lip skirt, located on the lip of the
hopper, ensures debris thrown from the main
brush will go into the hopper.
Check the hopper lip skirt for damage or wear
daily.
FILTER COMPARTMENT DOOR SEAL
The filter door seal, located around the perimeter
of the filter compartment door, helps maintain a
vacuum around the filter.
Check the filter compartment door seal for
damage or wear daily.
VACUUM INLET PLATE
The vacuum inlet plate is located on the the
left-hand side of the hopper compartment. The
vacuum inlet plate prevents large pieces of debris
from entering the vacuum chamber.
Check the vacuum inlet plate daily. If necessary
remove and wipe it clean with a damp cloth.
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CLEANING THE PANEL FILTER
The panel filter filters the air pulled up from the
hopper. The panel filter is equipped with a shaker
to remove the accumulated dust particles.
Remove and thoroughly clean the panel filter after
every 100 hours of use.
To remove the panel filter, unlatch and lower the
filter compartment door.
Unlatch the panel filter retainer and remove the
filter.
To clean the panel filter, use one of the following
methods:
D TAPPING -- Tap the filter gently on a flat
surface with the dirty side down. Do not
damage the edges of the filter element, or
the filter will not seat properly in the filter
compartment.
D AIR -- Blow air through the filter from the
opposite the side of the fingertabs. Always
wear eye protection when using compressed
air.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine,
wear eye and ear protection if using
pressurized air or water.
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BRUSHES
MAIN BRUSH
NOTE: The following procedures apply to both
the floor sweeping main brush and the carpet
sweeping main brush.
The main brush spans the width of the machine
and throws debris into the hopper.
Check the brush for damage and wear daily.
Remove string or wire tangled in the main brush
or the main brush hub.
Check the main brush pattern after every 50
hours of use. Adjust the main brush pattern by
loosening the nut at the left end of the brush arm
crossbar.
Rotate the main brush after every 50 hours of use
for maximum brush life and sweeping
performance.
Replace floor or carpet sweeping brush when
bristle length is 9 to 12 mm (.375 to .5 in).
REPLACING THE MAIN BRUSH
1. Turn the machine power off and move the
directional lever into the PARK position.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, turn off machine, and remove
key.
2. The main brush pin, located on the left--hand
side of the machine, holds the main brush in
place. Turn the main brush pin 1/4 turn
counter--clockwise and remove.If the
machine has the (option) wide track wheel
kit, lower the main brush to remove.
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3. Remove the debris hopper.
4. Pull the string guard and skirt back to avoid
damaging.
5. Pull the main brush out of the machine
through the hopper opening.
6. Remove the brush hub from the worn brush
and install it into the new brush.
7. Install the new main brush into the machine.
8. Insert the main brush pin through the hole in
the frame and into the main brush hub. Turn
the main brush pin 1/4 turn clockwise.
9. Replace the hopper.
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CHECKING AND ADJUSTING MAIN BRUSH
PATTERN
1. Apply chalk (or another material that will not
easily blow away), to a smooth, level section
of the floor.
2. Lower the main brush in the chalked area.
Allow the machine to sweep in the same
place for 15 to 20 seconds.
NOTE: If chalk or other material is not available,
allow the brush to spin on the floor for two
minutes. A polish mark will remain on the floor.
3. Raise the main brush and move the machine
away from the chalked area. Turn the
machine power off.
4. Observe the shape of the brush pattern. If
the brush pattern has parallel sides, the
brush does not need adjustment.
If the brush pattern is tapered, the main
brush needs adjustment to straighten the
brush pattern.
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A. To adjust brush taper, loosen the nut at
the left end of the brush arm crossbar.
Move the crossbar up or down in the
slide relative to the adjustment on the
other side. Tighten the nut.
B. Check the brush again pattern and
readjust if necessary.
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ROTATING THE MAIN BRUSH
1. Turn the machine power off and move the
directional lever into the PARK position.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, turn off machine, and remove
key.
2. Turn the main brush pin 1/4 turn
counter--clockwise and remove.
3. Remove the debris hopper.
4. Pull the main brush out of the machine
through the hopper opening.
5. Remove the brush hub from the main brush
and install it into the other end.
6. Install the main brush into the machine.
7. Insert the main brush pin through the hole in
the frame and into the main brush hub. Turn
the main brush pin 1/4 turn clockwise.
8. Replace the hopper.
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SIDE BRUSH(ES)
The side brush(es) sweep debris along walls and
edges into the path of the main brush.
Check the side brush(es) for damage and wear
daily. Remove string or wire tangled in the side
brush(es).
A side brush should be replaced when it no longer
effectively sweeps for your application.
REPLACING THE SIDE BRUSH(ES)
1. Turn the machine power off and move the
directional lever into the PARK position.
FOR SAFETY: Before leaving or
servicing machine, stop on level
surface, turn off machine, and remove
key.
2. Reach underneath the side brush and
remove the cotter pin that holds it on the
drive shaft.
3. Remove the worn brush.
4. Place a new side brush onto the drive shaft
and secure with the cotter pin.
ELECTRIC MOTORS
Check the side brush motor brushes every 500
hours of operation. Replace the motor brushes
when they are worn 9 mm (.375 in).
Check the main motor brushes every 1000 hours
of operation. Replace the motor brushes when
they are worn 9 mm (.375 in).
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BELTS AND CHAINS
VACUUM FAN BELT
The vacuum fan belt drives the vacuum system.
Check the belt for wear and tension after every 50
hours of operation.
Check belt tension by applying a force 1 kg (2 lb)
at belt midpoint. The proper deflection should be
5 mm (0.09 in).
WARNING: Moving belt and fan. Keep
away.
MAIN BRUSH BELT
The main brush drive belt is located behind the
right rear tire. The belt drives the main brush. The
proper belt tension is automatically set by a
spring--loaded idler.
STATIC DRAG CHAIN
The static drag chain prevents the buildup of
static electricity in the machine. The chain is
attached to the backstop bracket.
Make sure the chain is always touching the floor.
CLUTCH CABLE
The clutch handle engages the machine’s
propelling system. The clutch handle is connected
to the clutch cable. The clutch cable may stretch
over time and require adjustment.
Adjust cable length by turning the nut at the base
of the clutch cable.
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TIRES (OPTION)
The heavy duty rear tires are pneumatic.
Check the rear tires after every 100 hours of
operation for damage. Check the rear tire
pressure after every 100 hours of operation. The
proper tire pressure is 345 kPa (50 psi).
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PUSHING AND TRANSPORTING THE
MACHINE
PUSHING THE MACHINE
If the machine becomes disabled, it can be easily
pushed in neutral if necessary.
TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE
1. Position the front of the machine at the
loading edge of the truck or trailer.
FOR SAFETY: Use truck or trailer that
will support the weight of the machine.
NOTE: Empty the hopper before transporting the
machine.
2. If the loading surface is not horizontal or is
higher than 380 mm (15 in) from the ground,
use a winch to load machine.
If the loading surface is horizontal AND is
380 mm (15 in) or less from the ground, the
machine may be pushed onto the truck or
trailer.
3. To winch the machine onto the truck or
trailer, remove the hopper and place a strap
through the front frame of the machine.
Make sure the machine is in neutral and is
centered.
FOR SAFETY: When loading machine
onto truck or trailer, use winch. Do not
push the machine onto the truck or
trailer unless the loading surface is
horizontal AND is 380 mm (15 in) or less
from the ground.
4. Position the machine onto the truck or trailer
as far as possible. If the machine starts to
veer off the centerline of the truck or trailer,
stop and center the machine.
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5. Block the machine tires and place the
directional control lever in Park. Tie down
the machine to the truck or trailer before
transporting.
Secure the rear of the machine by wrapping
straps around each end of the the handle
and fastening them to the truck or trailer.
Secure the front of the machine by wrapping
a strap around the hopper and fastening it to
the truck or trailer.
6. If the loading surface is not horizontal or is
higher than 380 mm (15 in) from the ground,
use a winch to unload machine.
If the loading surface is horizontal AND is
380 mm (15 in) or less from the ground, the
machine may be pushed off the truck or
trailer.
FOR SAFETY: When unloading machine
off truck or trailer, use winch. Do not
push the machine off the truck or trailer
unless the loading surface is horizontal
AND 380 mm (15 in) or less from the
ground.
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STORING MACHINE
When storing the machine for extended periods of
time, the following procedures must be followed:
1. Raise the main and side brush(es).
2. Empty and clean the debris hopper.
3. Fully charge the batteries.
4. Disconnect the machine connector from the
battery connector.
5. Store the machine in a clean dry area.
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SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL MACHINE DIMENSIONS/CAPACITIES
Item
Dimension/capacity
Length (Low / High steering bar position)
1428 / 1475 mm (56.25 / 58 in)
Width
820 mm (32.25 in)
Width (Wide track wheel kit option)
933 mm (36.75 in)
Height (Low / High steering bar position)
881 / 960 mm (34.7 / 37.7 in)
GVWR -- 130 AH batteries
235 kg (520 lb)
GVWR -- 215 AH batteries
281 kg (620 lb)
Track
775 mm (30.50 in)
Wheelbase
492 mm (19.36 in)
Main brush diameter
203 mm (8 in)
Main brush length
610 mm (24 in)
Side brush diameter
420 mm (16.5 in)
Sweeping path width, main brush only
610 mm (24 in)
Sweeping path width, main brush and one side
brush
815 mm (32 in)
Sweeping path width, main brush and two side
brushes
1016 mm (40 in)
Hopper capacity -- Maximum
85 L (3.0 cu ft)
Hopper capacity -- Usable
42.5 L (1.5 cu ft )
Panel filter area
3.62 sq m (39 sq ft)
Bag filter volume
17 L (0.6 cu ft)
GENERAL MACHINE PERFORMANCE
Item
Measure
Maximum forward speed -- first speed
1.3 kmh (0.8 mph)
Maximum forward speed -- second speed
2.6 kmh (1.6 mph)
Maximum forward speed -- third speed
4.5 kmh (2.8 mph)
Maximum reverse speed
2.1 kmh (1.3 mph)
Minimum steering diameter
1588 mm (62.5 in)
Minimum turning radius
794 mm (31.25 in)
Maximum rated climb and descent angle
8_
Battery run time -- 130 Amp / hr
2.0 -- 3.0 hr
Battery run time -- 215 Amp / hr
4.0 -- 5.0 hr
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POWER TYPE
Type
Quantity
Volts
Ah Rating
Weight
Batteries
2
12
130 @ 20 hr rate
30 kg (67 lb)
2
12
215 @ 20 hr rate
55 kg (122 lb)
Type
Use
VDC / Amp
Kw (hp)
Electric Motors
Side brush(es) (disk)
24 V / 2.4 A
0.075 kw (0.1 hp)
Main motor
24 V / 43 A
0.75 kw (1 hp)
Type
VDC
Amp
Hz
Phase
VAC
Charger (Smart)
24
15 or 20
50 / 60
1
120 /240
TIRES
Location
Type
Size
Front (2)
Casters
35 mm wide x 127 mm OD (1.375 in wide x 5 in OD)
Rear (2)
Solid
45 mm wide x 305 mm OD (1.75 in wide x 12 in OD)
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815 mm
(32 in)
820 mm
(32.25 in)
610 mm
(24 in)
1475 mm
(58 in)
960 mm
(37.7 in)
MACHINE DIMENSIONS
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INDEX
B
Steering bar adjustment knobs, 12
Controls and Instruments, 8
Bag filter replacement, 25
Batteries
Charging the batteries, 33
General information, 32
Maintenance, 32
Measuring specific gravity, 33
Run time, 49
D
Directional control lever, 9
E
Battery bags (option), 20
Electric motors, 43
Battery discharge indicator, 13
Battery disconnect button (option), 14
Belts
Main brush, 44
Vacuum fan, 44
Electrical system
Batteries, 32
Charging the batteries, 33
Circuit breakers, 14
Braking, stopping machine, 11
F
Brush information, 18
Brushes
Main brush, 39
Main brush pattern, checking, adjusting, 41
Main brush, rotation, 42
Replacing main brush, 39
Replacing side brush(es), 43
Side brush(es), 43
Filter compartment, panel, Cleaning, 26
Filter shaker switch (option), 15
Filters
Bag filter replacement, 25
Panel filter cleaning, 38
H
C
Cable, clutch, 44
Hopper
Dump assist handle emptying (option), 24
Standard hopper emptying, 23
Carpet sweeping, 20
Hourmeter, 13
Carpet sweeping kit (option)
Battery bags, 20
Brush down pressure pin, 20
Carpet brush, 18
I
Indicators, Battery discharge indicator, 13
Chain, static drag, 44
Instruments, Hourmeter, 13
Circuit breakers, 14
Clutch cable, 44
K
Clutch handle, 11
Controls
Battery disconnect button (option), 14
Clutch handle, 11
Directional control lever, 9
Key switch, 13
Main brush lever, 11
Side brush lever, 12
Steering bar, 12
Key switch, 13
L
Levers
Directional control lever, 9
Main brush lever, 11
Side brush lever, 12
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Lubrication, heavy duty casters (option), 35
Plate, vacuum inlet, 37
Pushing and transporting machine, 46
M
Pushing machine, 46
Pushing the machine, 46
Machine, Storage, 48
Machine components, 6
S
Machine dimensions, 51
Machine troubleshooting, 29
Main brush, 39
Checking and adjusting brush pattern, 41–43
Replacement, 39
Rotation, 42–44
Main brush lever, 11
Safety
Labels, 4
Precautions, 3–5
Side brush lever, 12
Side brush(es), 43–45
Side brush(es) replacement, 43–45
Maintenance, Recommended, 5
Skirts and seals
Filter compartment door seal, 37
Hopper dust seal, 36
Hopper lip skirt, 37
Main brush skirts, 36
Rear skirt, 36
Maintenance chart, 31
Motors, electric, 43
O
Operation
How the machine works, 16
Post--operation checklist, 27
Pre--operation checklist, 16
Starting the machine, 17
Stop sweeping, 21
Stopping the machine, 11
Sweeping and brush information, 18
Sweeping carpet, 20
Sweeping floors, 19
Sweeping on inclines, 27
Operation of controls, 9
Specifications
Batteries, 50
Battery charger, smart, 50
Battery run time, 49
Climb and descent angles, maximum, 49
Electric motors, 50
Machine capacities, 49
Machine dimensions, 49
Machine performance, 49
Tires, 50
Traveling speeds, 49
Turning radius, 49
Steering bar, 12
Operator responsibility, 5
Steering bar adjustment knobs, 12
Options
Battery disconnect button, 14
Filter shaker switch, 15
Hopper dump assist handle, 24
Panel filter, 38
Wide track tires and casters, 28
Storing machine, 48
Sweeping
Carpet, 20
Floors, 19
Sweeping and brush information, 18
Switches
Filter shaker switch (option), 15
Key switch, 13
P
Panel filter, Cleaning, 38
Panel filter compartment, Cleaning, 26
Symbols, definitions, 7
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T
Thermo Sentry, 15
Tires, 45
Specifications, 50
Transporting machine, 46
Transporting the machine, 46
Troubleshooting chart, 29
V
Vacuum inlet plate, 37
Vacuum wand, 15
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