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Instruction Manual
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH (6502.40/6502.60)
Instruction Manual
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH (6502.40/6502.60)
Introduction
Dear customer,
It is our desire that good characteristrics of the Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
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 you
Hak-Jonas 980 E/EH, read these
instructions carefully. The manual
provides valuable information about
service and maintenance.
The symbol
Before first operation of the machine,
read these instructions and safety
information carefully and comply with
them.
Please be advised explicity that
we cannot accept any legal issus
out of the contents of this maual.
It repair work has to be performed make sure that only genuine
spare parts may guarantee a
depeendable machine and ill
make sure that your rights under
current warranty are not affected.
We reserve the right for technical
improvement.
Valid as of : January 2005
as used in this manual identifies items
relevant to safety. Please make sure to
forward all safety instructions to other
operators.
Observe the safety information listed
in chaperr 1.
Hako GmbH
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
Hamburger Str. 209-239
Telefon ++49 (0 45 31) 8060
Introduction
Dear customer,
It is our desire that good characteristrics of the Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
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 you
Hak-Jonas 980 E/EH, read these
instructions carefully. The manual
provides valuable information about
service and maintenance.
The symbol
as used in this manual identifies items
relevant to safety. Please make sure to
forward all safety instructions to other
operators.
Observe the safety information listed
in chaperr 1.
Before first operation of the machine,
read these instructions and safety
information carefully and comply with
them.
Please be advised explicity that
we cannot accept any legal issus
out of the contents of this maual.
It repair work has to be performed make sure that only genuine
spare parts may guarantee a
depeendable machine and ill
make sure that your rights under
current warranty are not affected.
We reserve the right for technical
improvement.
Valid as of : January 2005
Hako-Werke GmbH
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
Hamburger Str. 209-239
Telefon ++49 (0 45 31) 8060
Introduction
Proper use
The Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH sweeper
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 980 E/EH may be
used 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.
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:
fuses, 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 Str. 209-239
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
3
Introduction
Proper use
The Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH sweeper
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 980 E/EH may be
used 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.
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:
fuses, 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 Str. 209-239
D-23843 Bad Oldesloe
3
Contents
1
Safety Information
6
1.1
1.2
1.2.1
1.3
1.3.1
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
General Safety Information
Safety and Warning Symbols
Generally Applicable Symbols
Labels at the Machine
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Signs
Operation/Safety Information
Cleaning Information
Maintenance Instructions
Accident Prevention Regulations
6
7
7
8
9
11
12
13
15
2
Description
16
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.7.1
2.7.2
2.8
2.9
2.10
Functional Description
Hako-Jonas 980 E
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Cylinder Broom
Side Brush
Filter System / Dust Evacuation
Shaking System
Steering
Wheels
Hako-Jonas 980 E
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Brake
Travel Drive Assembly
Hydraulic System
16
16
16
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
3
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.2
Battery Systems
Low Discharge Signal Sender
Battery Charging Status Indicator
Hourmeter
Setting Other Battery Types
Plug Connection Coding
19
20
20
20
20
21
4
First Operation
23
4.1
4.2
First Operation of Batteries
Insert Batteries
23
24
5
Operation
26
5.1
5.2
26
33
36
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.5.5
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Controls
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
Control Panel
Empty Dirt Hoppers of
Hako-Jonas 980 E
Empty Dirt Hopper of
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Working With the Hako-Jonas
Switch Electro-Motor
ON and OFF
Sweep
Stop and Park
Displace
Transport
6
Technical Data
38
3
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.2
Battery Systems
Low Discharge Signal Sender
Battery Charging Status Indicator
Hourmeter
Setting Other Battery Types
Plug Connection Coding
19
20
20
20
20
21
4
First Operation
23
4.1
4.2
First Operation of Batteries
Insert Batteries
23
24
5
Operation
26
5.1
5.2
26
33
36
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.5.5
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Controls
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
Control Panel
Empty Dirt Hoppers of
Hako-Jonas 980 E
Empty Dirt Hopper of
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Working With the Hako-Jonas
Switch Electro-Motor
ON and OFF
Sweep
Stop and Park
Displace
Transport
6
Technical Data
38
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.5.1
28
33
36
37
37
37
37
7
Maintenance/Service
42
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Maintenance Instructions
42
Mount/Dismount Cylinder Broom 43
Adjust Sweeping Track
43
Sealing Strips for Broom Compartment
45
7.5 Folding Apron Adjustment
45
7.6 Replace Side Brush
46
7.7 Dismount Plate Filter
47
7.8 Basic Cleaning of Plate Filter
49
7.9 V-Belt Drive
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
50
7.9.1 Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt 51
7.9.2 Replace Side Brush V-Belt
51
7.9.3 Replace Suction Fan V-Belt
51
7.10 Adjust Steering Chain Tension
52
7.11 Check Hydraulic Fluid and Refill 52
7.11.1 Check Hydraulic Fluid
52
7.11.2 Refill Hydraulic Fluid
52
7.12 Electric System
53
7.12.1Fuses/Relays
53
7.12.2Lifted-Up Disposal Fuses/Relays 54
7.13 Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH (6502.40/60)
Maintenance Schedule
55
4
Contents
1
Safety Information
6
1.1
1.2
1.2.1
1.3
1.3.1
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
General Safety Information
Safety and Warning Symbols
Generally Applicable Symbols
Labels at the Machine
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Signs
Operation/Safety Information
Cleaning Information
Maintenance Instructions
Accident Prevention Regulations
6
7
7
8
9
11
12
13
15
2
Description
16
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.7.1
2.7.2
2.8
2.9
2.10
Functional Description
Hako-Jonas 980 E
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Cylinder Broom
Side Brush
Filter System / Dust Evacuation
Shaking System
Steering
Wheels
Hako-Jonas 980 E
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Brake
Travel Drive Assembly
Hydraulic System
16
16
16
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
4
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.5.1
28
33
36
37
37
37
37
7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Maintenance/Service
42
Maintenance Instructions
42
Mount/Dismount Cylinder Broom 43
Adjust Sweeping Track
43
Sealing Strips for Broom Compartment
45
7.5 Folding Apron Adjustment
45
7.6 Replace Side Brush
46
7.7 Dismount Plate Filter
47
7.8 Basic Cleaning of Plate Filter
49
7.9 V-Belt Drive
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
50
7.9.1 Replace Cylinder Broom V-Belt 51
7.9.2 Replace Side Brush V-Belt
51
7.9.3 Replace Suction Fan V-Belt
51
7.10 Adjust Steering Chain Tension
52
7.11 Check Hydraulic Fluid and Refill 52
7.11.1 Check Hydraulic Fluid
52
7.11.2 Refill Hydraulic Fluid
52
7.12 Electric System
53
7.12.1Fuses/Relays
53
7.12.2Lifted-Up Disposal Fuses/Relays 54
7.13 Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH (6502.40/60)
Maintenance Schedule
55
Contents
8
Special Equipment
57
EC Decalartion of Conformity
according to Directive 98/37/EG 59
Maintenance Document
60
5
Contents
8
Special Equipment
57
EC Decalartion of Conformity
according to Directive 98/37/EG 59
Maintenance Document
60
5
Safety Information
1 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!
When sweeping in closed
rooms, provide for sufficient ventilation.
Pinching and shearing hazard. Provide for required
safe distance before lifting
or lowering the dirt hopper.
Before commencing work, the operator has to make sure that the HakoJonas 980 E/EH 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.
Make sure that all covers
are fitted before starting to
sweep.
6
Safety Information
1 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.
6
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 HakoJonas 980 E/EH 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.
Make sure that all covers
are fitted before starting to
sweep.
When sweeping in closed
rooms, provide for sufficient ventilation.
Pinching and shearing hazard. Provide for required
safe distance before lifting
or lowering the dirt hopper.
Sicherheitsinformationen
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 following warning symbols:
Symbol
Hazardous for....
Description
DANGER
persons and
goods
dangerous situation
caused by imprecise or non-observance of instructions or
prescribed work routine
CAUTION
the machine
important information on handling the Hako-Jonas in order to
maintain operability
the environment
due to use of substances representing an inherent danger to
health of environment
Ecological hazard
7
Sicherheitsinformationen
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 following warning symbols:
Symbol
Hazardous for....
Description
DANGER
persons and
goods
dangerous situation
caused by imprecise or non-observance of instructions or
prescribed work routine
CAUTION
the machine
important information on handling the Hako-Jonas in order to
maintain operability
the environment
due to use of substances representing an inherent danger to
health of environment
Ecological hazard
7
Safty 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.
Folding apron (1)
Read and observe
operator's Manual (4)
Key switch (5)
Brake (6)
Noise performance (7)
82 dB (A) 980 E
82 dB (A) 980 EH
Parking brake (2)
Hako nameplate, front and rear (3)
Fig.1
8
Safty 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.
Folding apron (1)
Read and observe
operator's Manual (4)
Key switch (5)
Brake (6)
Noise performance (7)
82 dB (A) 980 E
82 dB (A) 980 EH
Parking brake (2)
Hako nameplate, front and rear (3)
Fig.1
8
Safty Information
1.3.1 Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Signs
24V label (8)
Cylinder broom wearing take-up (11)
Battery charging (9)
The label is located under the seat
hood.
Nameplate (12)
Fig.2
Safety and information signs
Rotating parts (10)
9
Safty Information
1.3.1 Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Signs
24V label (8)
Cylinder broom wearing take-up (11)
Battery charging (9)
The label is located under the seat
hood.
Nameplate (12)
Fig.2
Safety and information signs
Rotating parts (10)
9
Safty Information
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Signs
Continued
Hako-Jonas type name (14)
Pinching hazard (16)
High-pressure cleaner (13)
Hydraulic fluid (17)
Do not clean by means of
high pressure cleaner or vapour jet.
Brake (15)
10
Safty Information
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Signs
Continued
Hako-Jonas type name (14)
Pinching hazard (16)
High-pressure cleaner (13)
Hydraulic fluid (17)
Do not clean by means of
high pressure cleaner or vapour jet.
10
Brake (15)
Safty Information
1.4 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
seated.
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 four-wheeled
vehicles, driving stability of
three-wheeled 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.
Do not open the hood with
the machine running.
This machine must not be
used as dust-evacuating
machine with dust filter insert (separator) to collect
dusts which are hazardous
to health.
11
Safty Information
1.4 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
seated.
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 four-wheeled
vehicles, driving stability of
three-wheeled 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.
Do not open the hood with
the machine running.
This machine must not be
used as dust-evacuating
machine with dust filter insert (separator) to collect
dusts which are hazardous
to health.
11
Safty 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 machine running.
Proceed to filter shaking only if the dirt hopper is in closed position.
1.5 Cleaning Information
The specific safety instructions for
handling drive batteries (see leaflet
88-60-2556) apply. Before proceeding
to cleaning of the machine, pull the
key.
The machine is splash-proof (IPX3).
Do not clean the Hako-Jonas 980 E and EH by means
of high pressure cleaner or
vapour jet.
Proceed to cleaning of the
dirt hopper in regular intervals to preclude formation
of bacterial deposits.
12
Safty 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 machine running.
Proceed to filter shaking only if the dirt hopper is in closed position.
12
1.5 Cleaning Information
The specific safety instructions for
handling drive batteries (see leaflet
88-60-2556) apply. Before proceeding
to cleaning of the machine, pull the
key.
The machine is splash-proof (IPX3).
Do not clean the Hako-Jonas 980 E and EH by means
of high pressure cleaner or
vapour jet.
Proceed to cleaning of the
dirt hopper in regular intervals to preclude formation
of bacterial deposits.
Safty Information
1.6 Maintenance Instructions
A good approach to prevention of accidents is proper maintenance of the
machine. Before proceeding to repair
or maintenance work pull the 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. Turn
off the machine, pull the key
and, additionally, disconnect the battery plug.
Before changing wheels
protect the machine against
rolling by placing wedges.
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 to
qualified workshop.
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.
Check hydraulic lines and
hoses for damages and leakage in regular intervals; replace defective hoses and
lines immediately!
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
88-60-2556 for further safety provisions)
13
Safty Information
1.6 Maintenance Instructions
A good approach to prevention of accidents is proper maintenance of the
machine. Before proceeding to repair
or maintenance work pull the 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. Turn
off the machine, pull the key
and, additionally, disconnect the battery plug.
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 wedges.
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 to
qualified workshop.
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
88-60-2556 for further safety provisions)
13
Safty Information
Specific safety instructions for handling batteries apply
(refer to leaflet 88-60-2556
"Information on Drive Batteries" for
further safety provisions).
Before commencing any
work on the electric system
disconnect battery plug of
the Hako-Jonas 980 E and
EH.
Do not keep batteries discharged for a longer period; always recharge them
as soon as possible.
Top with distilled water only.
Never refill battery acid in
battery cells of perfect condition.
Open the hood before charging batteries; explosive gases may occur during the
charging procedure.
Keep batteries dry and clean and clear of soiling such
as e.g. metallic dust to avoid leakage current.
Do not place metal objects
or tools onto batteries.
Short-circuit and deflagration hazard.
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.
finger-stalls) 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.
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
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Safty Information
Specific safety instructions for handling batteries apply
(refer to leaflet 88-60-2556
"Information on Drive Batteries" for
further safety provisions).
Before commencing any
work on the electric system
disconnect battery plug of
the Hako-Jonas 980 E and
EH.
Do not keep batteries discharged for a longer period; always recharge them
as soon as possible.
Top with distilled water only.
Never refill battery acid in
battery cells of perfect condition.
Open the hood before charging batteries; explosive gases may occur during the
charging procedure.
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Keep batteries dry and clean and clear of soiling such
as e.g. metallic dust to avoid leakage current.
Do not place metal objects
or tools onto batteries.
Short-circuit and deflagration hazard.
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.
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
finger-stalls) 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.
Safty Information
1.7
Accident Prevention Regulations
BGV D 29
Vehicles
According to BGV D 29, the Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH 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
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Safty Information
1.7
Accident Prevention Regulations
BGV D 29
Vehicles
According to BGV D 29, the Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH 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
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Description
2
The side brushes are used to collect
dirt at borders and to enlarge the working width as well as to increase the
area performance on large surfaces.
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.
Description
2.1 Functional Description
2.1.1 Hako-Jonas 980 E
2.1.2 Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Fig.4
Principle of
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Fig.3
Principle of
Hako-Jonas 980 E
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Description
2
The side brushes are used to collect
dirt at borders and to enlarge the working width as well as to increase the
area performance on large surfaces.
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.
Description
2.1 Functional Description
2.1.1 Hako-Jonas 980 E
2.1.2 Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Fig.4
Principle of
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Fig.3
Principle of
Hako-Jonas 980 E
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Description
2.2
Cylinder Broom
The cylinder broom is equipped with
12 rows of bristles arranged in Vshape.
The cylinder broom width amounts to
700mm and its diameter to 345mm.
2.3
2.4
The filter system is located in the filter
case above the dirt hopper. The suction fan transports the fine dust raised
by the cylinder broom to the plate filter
where it is separated. The fine dusts
sets at the outsides of the filter blades.
In case of heavy dust development, check and clean
the plate filter at regular
intervals.
Side Brush
The standard version, the side brush
is located at the front right of the
machine. The operator lifts and lowers
it by hand lever.
The side brush is to have a light inclination.
The swinging area of the side brush
arm is limited by stop screws.
The side brush is driven by V-belt.
Filter System / Dust Evacuation
2.5
Shaking System
2.6
Steering
Steerage is effectuated mechanically
from steering wheel to front wheel via
chain. This chain is to be re-adjusted
as required.
2.7
Wheels
2.7.1 Hako-Jonas 980 E
Front wheel: solid rubber tires
Rear wheels: solid rubber tires
2.7.2 Hako980 EH
Front wheel: solid rubber tires
Rear wheels: solid rubber tires
Due to normal working vibration the
set dust partly falls off into the dirt
hoper. To ensure working in a dustfree ambiance, however, actuate the
shaking system regularly.
For special application, fitting of a
second side brush at the left is possible.
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Description
2.2
Cylinder Broom
The cylinder broom is equipped with
12 rows of bristles arranged in Vshape.
The cylinder broom width amounts to
700mm and its diameter to 345mm.
2.3
2.4
The filter system is located in the filter
case above the dirt hopper. The suction fan transports the fine dust raised
by the cylinder broom to the plate filter
where it is separated. The fine dusts
sets at the outsides of the filter blades.
In case of heavy dust development, check and clean
the plate filter at regular
intervals.
Side Brush
The standard version, the side brush
is located at the front right of the
machine. The operator lifts and lowers
it by hand lever.
The side brush is to have a light inclination.
The swinging area of the side brush
arm is limited by stop screws.
The side brush is driven by V-belt.
Filter System / Dust Evacuation
2.5
Shaking System
2.6
Steering
Steerage is effectuated mechanically
from steering wheel to front wheel via
chain. This chain is to be re-adjusted
as required.
2.7
Wheels
2.7.1 Hako-Jonas 980 E
Front wheel: solid rubber tires
Rear wheels: solid rubber tires
2.7.2 Hako980 EH
Front wheel: solid rubber tires
Rear wheels: solid rubber tires
Due to normal working vibration the
set dust partly falls off into the dirt
hoper. To ensure working in a dustfree ambiance, however, actuate the
shaking system regularly.
For special application, fitting of a
second side brush at the left is possible.
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Description
2.8
Brake
The Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH is equipped with a service brake.
This brake has been constructed as
shoe brake and equally serves as parking 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.
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 980 E and EH is
equipped with an electric drive assembly with continuous regulation.
2.10 Hydraulic System
The hydraulic system includes a compact unit (hydraulic pump with hydraulic tank) as well as hydraulic hoses
and a hydraulic cylinder.
Hydraulic fluid: Mobiloil DTE 15 M
The hydraulic system has been filled
with fluid in the factory.
Filling of hydraulic fluid tank: 0.76 litre
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Description
2.8
Brake
The Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH is equipped with a service brake.
This brake has been constructed as
shoe brake and equally serves as parking 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.
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 980 E and EH is
equipped with an electric drive assembly with continuous regulation.
2.10 Hydraulic System
The hydraulic system includes a compact unit (hydraulic pump with hydraulic tank) as well as hydraulic hoses
and a hydraulic cylinder.
Hydraulic fluid: Mobiloil DTE 15 M
The hydraulic system has been filled
with fluid in the factory.
Filling of hydraulic fluid tank: 0.76 litre
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Battery Systems
3 Battery Systems
Hako-Jonas 980 E / EH
Qty.
Order.-No.
Battery system A:
6V/240Ah GiV block battery, maintenance-free
4
7401
Cable set for battery connection
6503
24V/35A charger unit,
variable IUIoIa and IUIoU characteristic,
230V AC
4003
Battery system B:
24V/210Ah tray battery, EPzB, with Aquamatik
4201
24V/35A charger unit,
variable IUIoIa and IUIoU characteristic,
230V AC
4003
Before commencing any
work on the electric system
disconnect the battery plug.
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.
Comply with the regulations
imposed by law and observe local provisions.
Open the hood before charging batteries; explosive gases may occur during the
charging procedure.
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Battery Systems
3 Battery Systems
Hako-Jonas 980 E / EH
Qty.
Order.-No.
Battery system A:
6V/240Ah GiV block battery, maintenance-free
4
7401
Cable set for battery connection
6503
24V/35A charger unit,
variable IUIoIa and IUIoU characteristic,
230V AC
4003
Battery system B:
24V/210Ah tray battery, EPzB, with Aquamatik
4201
24V/35A charger unit,
variable IUIoIa and IUIoU characteristic,
230V AC
4003
Before commencing any
work on the electric system
disconnect the battery plug.
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.
Comply with the regulations
imposed by law and observe local provisions.
Open the hood before charging batteries; explosive gases may occur during the
charging procedure.
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Battery Systems
3.1
Low Discharge Signal Sender
Fig.5
Battery charging status
indicator/hourmeter
3.1.1 Battery Charging Status Indicator
Upon turning ON by key switch, battery charging status is shown by display of green bars (Fig. 5/1). As the
battery discharges during operation,
the lighting green bars extinguish one
after another showing thus always the
current charge status of battery charge.
Flashing of the last two green bars
indicates that operation will be stopped soon. In order to preclude low
discharge of batteries, the sweeping
units are switched off and riding speed
reduced to 50% if battery is discharged. The red LED (Fig. 5/4) than flashes.
3.1.3 Setting Other Battery Types
Have the low discharge signal sender set to other battery types by qualified personnel only and in
approved qualified workshops only.
3.1.2 Hourmeter
The factory setting is as follows:
maintenance-free block battery, 4x6V block batteries,
type: GiV
The operating hours of the machine
appear in the display (Fig. 5/2); the
hourmeter will count only during working or transport ride; only full hours
are displayed).
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Battery Systems
3.1
Low Discharge Signal Sender
Fig.5
Battery charging status
indicator/hourmeter
3.1.1 Battery Charging Status Indicator
Upon turning ON by key switch, battery charging status is shown by display of green bars (Fig. 5/1). As the
battery discharges during operation,
the lighting green bars extinguish one
after another showing thus always the
current charge status of battery charge.
Flashing of the last two green bars
indicates that operation will be stopped soon. In order to preclude low
discharge of batteries, the sweeping
units are switched off and riding speed
reduced to 50% if battery is discharged. The red LED (Fig. 5/4) than flashes.
3.1.2 Hourmeter
The factory setting is as follows:
maintenance-free block battery, 4x6V block batteries,
type: GiV
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The operating hours of the machine
appear in the display (Fig. 5/2); the
hourmeter will count only during working or transport ride; only full hours
are displayed).
3.1.3 Setting Other Battery Types
Have the low discharge signal sender set to other battery types by qualified personnel only and in
approved qualified workshops only.
Battery Systems
3.2
Plug Connection Coding
The battery plugs of the machine, the
battery and the stationary charger unit
have to be coded according to the battery type and the nominal voltage with
coloured pins.
The charger unit's plugs are/will be
coded in the factory according to the
characteristic curve and changing the
characteristic curve (according to the
battery type) always requires modification of the plug coding.
Plug case of charger unit:
- grey for wet batteries
- green for maintenance-free
Gel batteries
Machine plug case:
- yellow for both battery types
Battery socket case:
- grey for wet batteries
- green for maintenance-free
Gel batteries
Nominal voltage value for Inscription for nomiplug printed on each side nal voltage for sokkets accordingly
of the hexagon (letters
upside down)
Remove the coding pin by pressing the
ends together by means of pliers.
Press together for assembly
Insert pin such that the nominal voltage inscription is visible through the case window. Socket and plug always
with the same nominal voltage!
The following three requirements have
to be met:
1) Voltage coding is the same for all
plugs and sockets
2) Coding pin colour in the machine =
yellow
3) Coding pin colour
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.
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Battery Systems
3.2
Plug Connection Coding
The battery plugs of the machine, the
battery and the stationary charger unit
have to be coded according to the battery type and the nominal voltage with
coloured pins.
The charger unit's plugs are/will be
coded in the factory according to the
characteristic curve and changing the
characteristic curve (according to the
battery type) always requires modification of the plug coding.
Plug case of charger unit:
- grey for wet batteries
- green for maintenance-free
Gel batteries
Machine plug case:
- yellow for both battery types
Battery socket case:
- grey for wet batteries
- green for maintenance-free
Gel batteries
Nominal voltage value for Inscription for nomiplug printed on each side nal voltage for sokkets accordingly
of the hexagon (letters
upside down)
Remove the coding pin by pressing the
ends together by means of pliers.
Press together for assembly
Insert pin such that the nominal voltage inscription is visible through the case window. Socket and plug always
with the same nominal voltage!
The following three requirements have
to be met:
1) Voltage coding is the same for all
plugs and sockets
2) Coding pin colour in the machine =
yellow
3) Coding pin colour
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.
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Battery Systems
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Battery Systems
22
First Operation
4
First Operation
Before delivery, the Hako-Jonas 980
E/EH has been extensively tested and
submitted to a functional check.
Only qualified personnel of your local
Hako contact dealer are allowed to
proceed to first operation. After shipping of the machine, we advise your
Hako contact dealer. He will contact
you to make a date for briefing lessons.
4.1
First Operation of Batteries
To achieve the optimum performance
and a maximum service life, the batteries must be given the initial charge
after filling.
Handling and function of the battery
charger is described in detail in the
instruction manual supplied with each
charger unit.
Since batteries and charger
units are matched, we recommend using batteries
and chargers as prescribed
by Hako. We can grant full
warranty only if those units
are being used.
For further information on first operation, maintenance and service of batteries refer to the leaflet 88-60-2556
"Information on drive batteries".
Do not use the Hako-Jonas
980 E/EH 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
First Operation
Before delivery, the Hako-Jonas 980
E/EH has been extensively tested and
submitted to a functional check.
Only qualified personnel of your local
Hako contact dealer are allowed to
proceed to first operation. After shipping of the machine, we advise your
Hako contact dealer. He will contact
you to make a date for briefing lessons.
4.1
First Operation of Batteries
To achieve the optimum performance
and a maximum service life, the batteries must be given the initial charge
after filling.
Handling and function of the battery
charger is described in detail in the
instruction manual supplied with each
charger unit.
Since batteries and charger
units are matched, we recommend using batteries
and chargers as prescribed
by Hako. We can grant full
warranty only if those units
are being used.
For further information on first operation, maintenance and service of batteries refer to the leaflet 88-60-2556
"Information on drive batteries".
Do not use the Hako-Jonas
980 E/EH 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
- After charging of the batteries, connect charger plug and device plug
for electrical connection.
Insert Batteries
- Turn engine off and pull key
- Secure machine by engaging the
parking brake.
- Fold back seat hood.
- Insert batteries into the battery tray
from the top.
Now the Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH is
operable.
If the battery type setting at
the LDS should be incorrect, have the setting modified by qualified personnel
in an approved workshop.
Fig.7
6V/240Ah, GiV maintenance-free
Insert batteries
Fig.6
- Connect batteries and enclosed cable set according to Fig. 7 (check for
tight seating) and grease poles.
- Check set battery type at the low discharge signal sender or set if
required.
- Connect charging plug of the battery
connection cable and cable of the
charger unit and proceed to initial
charging.
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First Operation
4.2
- After charging of the batteries, connect charger plug and device plug
for electrical connection.
Insert Batteries
- Turn engine off and pull key
- Secure machine by engaging the
parking brake.
- Fold back seat hood.
- Insert batteries into the battery tray
from the top.
Now the Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH is
operable.
If the battery type setting at
the LDS should be incorrect, have the setting modified by qualified personnel
in an approved workshop.
Fig.7
6V/240Ah, GiV maintenance-free
Insert batteries
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Fig.6
- Connect batteries and enclosed cable set according to Fig. 7 (check for
tight seating) and grease poles.
- Check set battery type at the low discharge signal sender or set if
required.
- Connect charging plug of the battery
connection cable and cable of the
charger unit and proceed to initial
charging.
First Operation
- Turn machine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by actuating parking brake.
- Fold up seat hood
- Insert battery
- 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.
If the battery type setting at
the LDS should be incorrect, have the setting modified by qualified personnel
in an approved workshop.
Fig.8
24V/210Ah tray battery, EPzB
with Aquamatik
Use admitted lifting and
transport devices such as
e.g. lifting tackles according
to VDI 3616. Make sure that
lifting hooks do not damage
cells, connectors or connecting cables.
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First Operation
- Turn machine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by actuating parking brake.
- Fold up seat hood
- Insert battery
- 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.
If the battery type setting at
the LDS should be incorrect, have the setting modified by qualified personnel
in an approved workshop.
Fig.8
24V/210Ah tray battery, EPzB
with Aquamatik
Use admitted lifting and
transport devices such as
e.g. lifting tackles according
to VDI 3616. Make sure that
lifting hooks do not damage
cells, connectors or connecting cables.
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Operation
5 Operation
5.1
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Controls
1 Actuator for folding apron
2 Service brake lock
3 Service brake/parking brake pedal
4 Drive pedal, reverse
5 Drive pedal, forward
6 Control panel
7 Seat adjustment
Fig.9
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Operation
5 Operation
5.1
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Controls
1 Actuator for folding apron
2 Service brake lock
3 Service brake/parking brake pedal
4 Drive pedal, reverse
5 Drive pedal, forward
6 Control panel
7 Seat adjustment
Fig.9
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Operation
1
2
3
Actuator for folding apron
to open and close the folding apron
for collecting coarse dirt.
Service brake/parking brake lock
to lock the service brake/parking
brake. If locked, the service brake
works as parking brake. Release
the lock by depressing the service
brake pedal (3).
4
Drive pedal, reverse
7
to adjust the seat position to drivers of different height.
Adjust the seat so as to allow the
driver being comfortably seated
and attaining all elements required
for operation.
to change direction to reverse ride
and with continuous regulation of
riding speed 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
riding speed at the same time. If
the driver lets the pedal go it returns to initial position and the machine slows down to standstill.
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.
6
Seat adjustment
- Adjust seat lengthwise: push lever
slightly to the right and displace seat
forwards or backwards to the required
position. Then let the lever catch
again.
Control panel
Refer to chapter "Control panel"
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Operation
1
2
3
Actuator for folding apron
to open and close the folding apron
for collecting coarse dirt.
Service brake/parking brake lock
to lock the service brake/parking
brake. If locked, the service brake
works as parking brake. Release
the lock by depressing the service
brake pedal (3).
4
Drive pedal, reverse
to change direction to reverse ride
and with continuous regulation of
riding speed 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
riding speed at the same time. If
the driver lets the pedal go it returns to initial position and the machine slows down to standstill.
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.
6
7
Seat adjustment
to adjust the seat position to drivers of different height.
Adjust the seat so as to allow the
driver being comfortably seated
and attaining all elements required
for operation.
- Adjust seat lengthwise: push lever
slightly to the right and displace seat
forwards or backwards to the required
position. Then let the lever catch
again.
Control panel
Refer to chapter "Control panel"
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Operation
5.2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Control
Panel
Cylinder broom lever
Release (lifted-up disposal)
Horn
Cover with plug connection for
battery/LDS programming
Suction fan/shaking system knob
Flashlight (optional/6505)
Lighting (optional/6506)
Lift and lower (lifted-up disposal)
Side brush lever
Pilot lamp, parking brake
Battery charge status
indicator/hourmeter
Pilot lamp, fan
Pilot lamp, shaking system
Key switch
Fig.10
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Operation
5.2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Control
Panel
Cylinder broom lever
Release (lifted-up disposal)
Horn
Cover with plug connection for
battery/LDS programming
Suction fan/shaking system knob
Flashlight (optional/6505)
Lighting (optional/6506)
Lift and lower (lifted-up disposal)
Side brush lever
Pilot lamp, parking brake
Battery charge status
indicator/hourmeter
Pilot lamp, fan
Pilot lamp, shaking system
Key switch
Fig.10
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Operation
1
Cylinder broom lever
to lift and lower as well as to switch
on and off the cylinder broom and
the side brush.
2
Release (lifted-up disposal)
to release the lifted-up disposal.
- 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
3
Horn
An acoustic signals sound upon actuation of this button.
Has to be actuated before
activation of lifting/lowering
lifted-up disposal function.
Hold the key during
lifting/lowering.
4
Before changing lifting to
lowering or vice versa, the
"Release Lifted-Up Disposal" key has to be released
once and pressed again
Remove this cover to modify setting of
battery type. The plugged connections
of the programming cable are located
there.
Cover with plug connection for
battery/LDS programming
Have the programming executed by a Hako contract
dealer with qualified personnel at hand.
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Operation
1
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
2
Release (lifted-up disposal)
to release the lifted-up disposal.
3
Horn
An acoustic signals sound upon actuation of this button.
Has to be actuated before
activation of lifting/lowering
lifted-up disposal function.
Hold the key during
lifting/lowering.
4
Before changing lifting to
lowering or vice versa, the
"Release Lifted-Up Disposal" key has to be released
once and pressed again
Remove this cover to modify setting of
battery type. The plugged connections
of the programming cable are located
there.
Cover with plug connection for
battery/LDS programming
Have the programming executed by a Hako contract
dealer with qualified personnel at hand.
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Operation
If the yellow pilot lamp (Fig. 9/13)
lights, actuate the shaking system
(position 2).
In this position, the shaking system is
operable and proceeds to jolting in 7
repeated intervals.
5
After jolting, the knob is to
be kept in position 1 for
about 10 seconds. Switch
off the main broom before
and do not turn on during
jolting.
Suction fan/shaking system
knob
Knob position (from bottom to top
position):
Pos. 0
Activated vacuuming
function (close flap before sweeping dry surfaces or collecting dry
dirt).
Pos. 1
Deactivated vacuuming function (open flap before
sweeping wet surfaces and collecting wet dirt).
7
to switch the driving headlight
ON/OFF.
8
6
Flashlight (optional/6505)
to switch the flashlight ON/OFF.
Pos. 2
Shaking system ON
(pull knob to stop and then release)
Lighting (optional/6506)
Lift and lower (lifted-up disposal)
to lift and lower the dirt hopper.
Lift the dirt hopper by pressing the key
until the desired height for lifting-out is
attained.
When lowering the dirt hopper make
sure to hold the key pressed until the
hopper has contact with the frame.
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Operation
If the yellow pilot lamp (Fig. 9/13)
lights, actuate the shaking system
(position 2).
In this position, the shaking system is
operable and proceeds to jolting in 7
repeated intervals.
5
After jolting, the knob is to
be kept in position 1 for
about 10 seconds. Switch
off the main broom before
and do not turn on during
jolting.
Suction fan/shaking system
knob
Knob position (from bottom to top
position):
Pos. 0
Activated vacuuming
function (close flap before sweeping dry surfaces or collecting dry
dirt).
Pos. 1
Deactivated vacuuming function (open flap before
sweeping wet surfaces and collecting wet dirt).
Pos. 2
Shaking system ON
(pull knob to stop and then release)
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7
to switch the driving headlight
ON/OFF.
8
6
Flashlight (optional/6505)
to switch the flashlight ON/OFF.
Lighting (optional/6506)
Lift and lower (lifted-up disposal)
to lift and lower the dirt hopper.
Lift the dirt hopper by pressing the key
until the desired height for lifting-out is
attained.
When lowering the dirt hopper make
sure to hold the key pressed until the
hopper has contact with the frame.
Operation
Actuate release key for lifted-up disposal and hold
before lifting or lowering.
10 Pilot lamp, parking brake (red)
lights upon actuation of the parking
brake
Extinguishes upon release of the parking brake.
9
12 Pilot lamp, suction fan (orange)
lights if the suction fan is not
activated.
Side brush lever
to lift and lower the side brush.
- Lower side brush = push lever
- Lift side brush = pull lever
11 Battery charge status indicator
Refer to paragraph 3.1.1
Hourmeter
Refer to paragraph 3.1.2
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Operation
Actuate release key for lifted-up disposal and hold
before lifting or lowering.
10 Pilot lamp, parking brake (red)
lights upon actuation of the parking
brake
Extinguishes upon release of the parking brake.
9
12 Pilot lamp, suction fan (orange)
lights if the suction fan is not
activated.
Side brush lever
to lift and lower the side brush.
- Lower side brush = push lever
- Lift side brush = pull lever
11 Battery charge status indicator
Refer to paragraph 3.1.1
Hourmeter
Refer to paragraph 3.1.2
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Operation
13 Pilot lamp, shaking system
(yellow)
Proceed to jolting of the filter system
upon lighting of this pilot lamp by actuating the knob (Fig. 10/5).
14 Key switch
to switch the machine on and off and
to secure it against unauthorised use.
The pilot lamp flashes during the shaking procedure
and extinguishes after low
pressure has been attained
in the filter system. Jolting
is effectuated in 7 intervals.
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Operation
13 Pilot lamp, shaking system
(yellow)
Proceed to jolting of the filter system
upon lighting of this pilot lamp by actuating the knob (Fig. 10/5).
The pilot lamp flashes during the shaking procedure
and extinguishes after low
pressure has been attained
in the filter system. Jolting
is effectuated in 7 intervals.
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14 Key switch
to switch the machine on and off and
to secure it against unauthorised use.
Operation
5.3
Empty Dirt Hoppers of
Hako-Jonas 980 E
Clean dirt hoppers at
regular intervals.
- Fold bow (Fig. 11/3) up = 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.
- 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).
5.4
Empty Dirt Hopper of
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Before emptying the turning property container the
side broom and the turning
roller are to be raised and
switched off.
Broom and fan will be autmatically switched ON upon
lowering of the hopper if cylinder broom has been ON
before lifting.
The driving speed forward
and backwards with dug
turning property container
is reduced to 50 %, the turning roller is switched off.
Fig.11
Emptying dirt hopper 980 E
1 Recessed grip in dirt hopper
2 Dirt hopper
3 Bow to lift/lower dirt hoppers
Fig.12
Emptying dirt hopper 980 EH
1
2
3
4
Lift-out arm
Lift-out cylinder
Dirt hopper
Handle
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Operation
5.3
Empty Dirt Hoppers of
Hako-Jonas 980 E
Clean dirt hoppers at
regular intervals.
- Fold bow (Fig. 11/3) up = 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.
- 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).
5.4
Empty Dirt Hopper of
Hako-Jonas 980 EH
Before emptying the turning property container the
side broom and the turning
roller are to be raised and
switched off.
Broom and fan will be autmatically switched ON upon
lowering of the hopper if cylinder broom has been ON
before lifting.
Fig.11
Emptying dirt hopper 980 E
1 Recessed grip in dirt hopper
2 Dirt hopper
3 Bow to lift/lower dirt hoppers
The driving speed forward
and backwards with dug
turning property container
is reduced to 50 %, the turning roller is switched off.
Fig.12
Emptying dirt hopper 980 EH
1
2
3
4
Lift-out arm
Lift-out cylinder
Dirt hopper
Handle
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Operation
Lift side brush and cylinder
broom before removal of
the dirt hopper.
Pinching and shearing hazard. Provide for required
safe distance before lifting
or lowering the dirt hopper.
Riding with the lifted hopper
reduces stability of the machine significantly. For this
reason, do not lift the hopper but just before emptying. Before lifting the hopper, the operator has to
make sure that no persons
or objects are behind or
next to the machine. Stop
the machine on level
ground before lifting the
hopper.
Fig.13
Hako-Jonas 980 EH control panel
Keep clear of the hazard zone!
1 Release switch for lifted-up disposal
function
2 Dirt hopper, lift and lower
Proceed to emptying of the dirt
hopper as follows:
- Lift side brush and cylinder broom
- Proceed to shaking of the filter
system
- Actuate switch (Fig. 13/1) and hold
(dirt hopper is released)
- Actuate switch (Fig. 13/2) by
pushing = lift dirt hopper
- Dirt hopper (Fig. 12/3) is lifted-out
- Back the Hako-Jonas 980 EH until
the dirt hopper is positioned above
the container for disposal.
- Pull the safety knob (Fig. 14/1) of
the release lever (Fig. 14/2).
- Release swinging of the dirt hopper
by release lever (fig. 14/2).
- The Hako Jonas 980 EH away from
the disposal container forward drive.
- Lower dirt hopper by actuating
switch (Fig. 13/1) and switch (Fig.
13/2) = lower dirt hopper
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Operation
Lift side brush and cylinder
broom before removal of
the dirt hopper.
Pinching and shearing hazard. Provide for required
safe distance before lifting
or lowering the dirt hopper.
Riding with the lifted hopper
reduces stability of the machine significantly. For this
reason, do not lift the hopper but just before emptying. Before lifting the hopper, the operator has to
make sure that no persons
or objects are behind or
next to the machine. Stop
the machine on level
ground before lifting the
hopper.
Fig.13
Hako-Jonas 980 EH control panel
Keep clear of the hazard zone!
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1 Release switch for lifted-up disposal
function
2 Dirt hopper, lift and lower
Proceed to emptying of the dirt
hopper as follows:
- Lift side brush and cylinder broom
- Proceed to shaking of the filter
system
- Actuate switch (Fig. 13/1) and hold
(dirt hopper is released)
- Actuate switch (Fig. 13/2) by
pushing = lift dirt hopper
- Dirt hopper (Fig. 12/3) is lifted-out
- Back the Hako-Jonas 980 EH until
the dirt hopper is positioned above
the container for disposal.
- Pull the safety knob (Fig. 14/1) of
the release lever (Fig. 14/2).
- Release swinging of the dirt hopper
by release lever (fig. 14/2).
- The Hako Jonas 980 EH away from
the disposal container forward drive.
- Lower dirt hopper by actuating
switch (Fig. 13/1) and switch (Fig.
13/2) = lower dirt hopper
Operation
Observe the information given in paragraph 5.2 on
releasing of lifted-up disposal.
Should the dirt hopper not
be completely emptied after
swinging, proceed to manual shaking with the handle
(Fig. 12/4).
Sweeping is possible only
after the dirt hopper has attained its working position.
Clean the dirt hopper in regular intervals.
Release lever, swing dirt hopper
Fig.14
1 Safety knob
2 Release lever, swing dirt hopper
Max. filling of the dirt hopper is 70 litres. Do not exceed a filling of 110kg.
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Operation
Observe the information given in paragraph 5.2 on
releasing of lifted-up disposal.
Should the dirt hopper not
be completely emptied after
swinging, proceed to manual shaking with the handle
(Fig. 12/4).
Sweeping is possible only
after the dirt hopper has attained its working position.
Clean the dirt hopper in regular intervals.
Release lever, swing dirt hopper
Fig.14
1 Safety knob
2 Release lever, swing dirt hopper
Max. filling of the dirt hopper is 70 litres. Do not exceed a filling of 110kg.
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Operation
5.5
Working With the Hako-Jonas
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 980 E/EH all safety measures generally applicable for handling vehicles and fuels have to be
observed. No passenger
transport admitted with the
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH. Warning and instruction labels
attached to the machine
contain important information about safe operation
and guarantee your personal safety. Before 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 980
E/EH without protective devices.
5.5.1 Switch Electro-Motor ON and
OFF
For safety reasons, the Hako Jonas 980 E/EH is equipped with a seat contact
switch. Starting the engine
or running engine is possible only when the driver is
seated. If the seat contact
switch is activated with the
electro-motor running, reset
by turning the key switch
OFF and ON again.
- Switch all levers and switches to
neutral position.
- Actuate parking brake
- Turn key switch to "I"
Check the drive pedal for
being in neutral position before switching ON.
If the Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
is not used within the admissible conditions and environments of use, the protective functions may
respond and switch off driving function without prior
warning.
Slow the machine down to
standstill by the service brake in that case.
Acknowledge protective
function by key switch.
Overheating of the travel
drive assembly or control
module always entails a
cooling phase.
The seat contact switch deactivated all functions, driving function included.
Slow the machine down to
standstill by the service brake in that case.
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Operation
5.5
Working With the Hako-Jonas
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 980 E/EH all safety measures generally applicable for handling vehicles and fuels have to be
observed. No passenger
transport admitted with the
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH. Warning and instruction labels
attached to the machine
contain important information about safe operation
and guarantee your personal safety. Before commencing work,
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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 980
E/EH without protective devices.
5.5.1 Switch Electro-Motor ON and
OFF
For safety reasons, the Hako Jonas 980 E/EH is equipped with a seat contact
switch. Starting the engine
or running engine is possible only when the driver is
seated. If the seat contact
switch is activated with the
electro-motor running, reset
by turning the key switch
OFF and ON again.
- Switch all levers and switches to
neutral position.
- Actuate parking brake
- Turn key switch to "I"
Check the drive pedal for
being in neutral position before switching ON.
If the Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
is not used within the admissible conditions and environments of use, the protective functions may
respond and switch off driving function without prior
warning.
Slow the machine down to
standstill by the service brake in that case.
Acknowledge protective
function by key switch.
Overheating of the travel
drive assembly or control
module always entails a
cooling phase.
The seat contact switch deactivated all functions, driving function included.
Slow the machine down to
standstill by the service brake in that case.
Operation
5.5.2 Sweep
5.5.4 Displace
- Lower cylinder broom.
- Release parking brake.
- Slowly depress drive pedal until
desired speed has been attained.
- Regularly actuate shaking device to
clean plate filter.
- Check filling level of the dirt hopper
and empty if required.
Make sure that the key switch is in
neutral position and the side brush
and cylinder broom are lifted up before
displacement of the machine.
5.5.3 Stop and Park
- Release drive pedal which returns
automatically into its neutral position
and the machine slows down to
standstill and actuate service brake.
- Actuate parking brake
- Lift side brush and cylinder broom
- Turn key switch to "0"
5.5.5 Transport
Before transporting the machine on other vehicles, engage the parking brake
and secure the machine by straps and
by placing wedges at the wheels.
When leaving the machine
unattended, pull key.
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Operation
5.5.2 Sweep
5.5.4 Displace
- Lower cylinder broom.
- Release parking brake.
- Slowly depress drive pedal until
desired speed has been attained.
- Regularly actuate shaking device to
clean plate filter.
- Check filling level of the dirt hopper
and empty if required.
Make sure that the key switch is in
neutral position and the side brush
and cylinder broom are lifted up before
displacement of the machine.
5.5.3 Stop and Park
- Release drive pedal which returns
automatically into its neutral position
and the machine slows down to
standstill and actuate service brake.
- Actuate parking brake
- Lift side brush and cylinder broom
- Turn key switch to "0"
5.5.5 Transport
Before transporting the machine on other vehicles, engage the parking brake
and secure the machine by straps and
by placing wedges at the wheels.
When leaving the machine
unattended, pull key.
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Technical Data
6
Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
Dimensions and weights
Length with side brush
Width without side brush
Width with 1 side brush
Width with 2 side brushes
Height above driver's seat
Maximum dead weight inclusive accessories
Permissible total weight
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kg
kg
Driving and sweeping performance
Forward speed
Reverse speed
Sweeping speed (recommended: 4,0 km/h)
Sweeping track w/o/with 1 side brush
with 2 side brushes
Theoretical sweep. perf. with 1 or 2 side brushes
without side brush
Gradability, max. (for 1 min. max.)
km/h
km/h
km/h
mm
mm
m² / h
m² / h
%
980 E (6502.40)
980 EH (6502.60)
1520
1000
1120
1240
1300
600
790
1520
1000
1120
1240
1300
620
850
6,0
4,0
6,0
700/970
1240
5800/7450
4200
16
6,0
4,0
6,0
700/970
1240
5800/7450
4200
16
980 E (6502.40)
980 EH (6502.60)
1520
1000
1120
1240
1300
600
790
1520
1000
1120
1240
1300
620
830
6,0
4,0
6,0
700/970
1240
5800/7450
4200
16
6,0
4,0
6,0
700/970
1240
5800/7450
4200
16
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Technical Data
6
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
Dimensions and weights
Length with side brush
Width without side brush
Width with 1 side brush
Width with 2 side brushes
Height above driver's seat
Maximum dead weight inclusive accessories
Permissible total weight
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kg
kg
Driving and sweeping performance
Forward speed
Reverse speed
Sweeping speed (recommended: 4,0 km/h)
Sweeping track w/o/with 1 side brush
with 2 side brushes
Theoretical sweep. perf. with 1 or 2 side brushes
without side brush
Gradability, max. (for 1 min. max.)
km/h
km/h
km/h
mm
mm
m² / h
m² / h
%
Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
Filter system
Filtering surface
Plate filter
Cylinder broom
Length/diameter
Wearing limit
Speed
Sweeping track
Quantity of bristle rows
Serial bristling
Bodenabstand der Dichtleisten am Besenraum
Ground clearance of sealing
strips at broom compartment
Sealing strips, left, right, rear
Sealing strip, front
Side brushes
Diameter
Speed
Serial bristling
Dirt hopper
Hopper capacity
980 E (6502.40)
980 EH (6502.60)
2,8
1
2,8
1
mm
mm
rpm
mm
345 / 700
290
530 +/- 20
50 + 5
12 v-förmig
PES
345 / 700
290
500 +/- 20
50 + 5
12 v-förmig
PES
mm
1/1/4
1/1/4
m²
qty.
rests upon the soil
mm
rpm
litre
460
90
PES
460
90
PES
2x30
70
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
Filter system
Filtering surface
Plate filter
Cylinder broom
Length/diameter
Wearing limit
Speed
Sweeping track
Quantity of bristle rows
Serial bristling
Bodenabstand der Dichtleisten am Besenraum
Ground clearance of sealing
strips at broom compartment
Sealing strips, left, right, rear
Sealing strip, front
Side brushes
Diameter
Speed
Serial bristling
Dirt hopper
Hopper capacity
980 E (6502.40)
980 EH (6502.60)
2,8
1
2,8
1
mm
mm
rpm
mm
345 / 700
290
530 +/- 20
50 + 5
12 v-förmig
PES
345 / 700
290
500 +/- 20
50 + 5
12 v-förmig
PES
mm
1/1/4
1/1/4
m²
qty.
rests upon the soil
mm
rpm
litre
460
90
PES
460
90
PES
2x30
70
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
Tyres
Front drive wheel, bandage
Rear, solid rubber tyres
Electric drive
Service voltage
Travel drive assembly (P1/P2)
Suction fan motor/sweeping (P1/P2)
Total power consumption (P1)
Hydraulic system
Compact unit (maintenance-free)
Voltage
980 E (6502.40)
DC / V
KW
KW
KW
Ø 300 / 90
4.00-4
Ø 300 / 90
4.00-4
24
0,8 / 1,0
1,0 / 1,25
2,4
24
0,8 / 1,0
1,0 / 1,25
2,4
24
V
DTE 15 M or
equivalent
Hydraulic fluid, e.g.
Hydraulic tank, capacity
980 EH (6502.60)
0,76
litre
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Technical Data
Hako-Jonas
Tyres
Front drive wheel, bandage
Rear, solid rubber tyres
Electric drive
Service voltage
Travel drive assembly (P1/P2)
Suction fan motor/sweeping (P1/P2)
Total power consumption (P1)
Hydraulic system
Compact unit (maintenance-free)
Voltage
980 E (6502.40)
DC / V
KW
KW
KW
V
40
Ø 300 / 90
4.00-4
Ø 300 / 90
4.00-4
24
0,8 / 1,0
1,0 / 1,25
2,4
24
0,8 / 1,0
1,0 / 1,25
2,4
24
DTE 15 M or
equivalent
Hydraulic fluid, e.g.
Hydraulic tank, capacity
980 EH (6502.60)
litre
0,76
Technical Data
Noise emission
The sound pressure level measured according to DIN EN
ISO 11201 and under standard operating conditions at the
operator's ear with
- operating status
fan, cylinder broom and side brush ON amounts to
The sound pressure level measured according to DIN EN
ISO 3744 under standard operating conditions and
maximum volume flow amounts to
Vibrations
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according
to EN 1033 which have an effect upon the upper limbs
(hand-arm-system) amounts under normal working conditions
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according
to EN 1032 which have an effect upon the lower limbs (feet
and seat) amounts under normal working conditions
980 E (6502.40)
980 EH (6502.60)
dB (A)
70
70
dB (A)
82
82
m/s2
< 2,5
< 2,5
m/s2
< 0,5
< 0,5
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Technical Data
Noise emission
The sound pressure level measured according to DIN EN
ISO 11201 and under standard operating conditions at the
operator's ear with
- operating status
fan, cylinder broom and side brush ON amounts to
The sound pressure level measured according to DIN EN
ISO 3744 under standard operating conditions and
maximum volume flow amounts to
Vibrations
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according
to EN 1033 which have an effect upon the upper limbs
(hand-arm-system) amounts under normal working conditions
The frequency weighted acceleration measured according
to EN 1032 which have an effect upon the lower limbs (feet
and seat) amounts under normal working conditions
980 E (6502.40)
980 EH (6502.60)
dB (A)
70
70
dB (A)
82
82
m/s2
< 2,5
< 2,5
m/s2
< 0,5
< 0,5
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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!
According to paragraph 57,
BGV D29, the Hako-Jonas
980 E/EH 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.
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 and genuine spare
parts at disposal.
When cleaning or servicing
the machine, or replacing
parts, have the motors stopped, the battery plug disconnected and the service
brake (parking brake) engaged.
In case of questions or orders for
spare parts, please always quote your
machine's serial indicated on the
nameplate
Refer to chapter 1.3.1 Fig. 12 for position of nameplate.
Collect spilled oil and
fuel and provide for
adequate disposal of
these substances.
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 workshop where qualified personnel and the required specific tools are available.
Before commencing any
work on the electric system
disconnect the battery plug.
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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!
According to paragraph 57,
BGV D29, the Hako-Jonas
980 E/EH 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.
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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 and genuine spare
parts at disposal.
When cleaning or servicing
the machine, or replacing
parts, have the motors stopped, the battery plug disconnected and the service
brake (parking brake) engaged.
In case of questions or orders for
spare parts, please always quote your
machine's serial indicated on the
nameplate
Refer to chapter 1.3.1 Fig. 12 for position of nameplate.
Collect spilled oil and
fuel and provide for
adequate disposal of
these substances.
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 workshop where qualified personnel and the required specific tools are available.
Before commencing any
work on the electric system
disconnect the battery plug.
Maintenance/Service
7.2
Mount/Dismount Cylinder
Broom
The cylinder broom is accessible from
the left side of the machine and is to
be dismounted as follows:
- Open locks (Fig. 15/2) by enclosed
square spanner (counter-clockwise)
- Remove cover (Fig. 15/1)
- Remove plate with sealing strip (Fig.
16/4)
- Remove cylinder broom by pulling.
Before commencing any work on the
electric system disconnect the battery
plug.
- Lower cylinder broom
- Pull ignition key and protect by engaging parking brake
- Open lateral flap
- Remove cover
7.3
Fig.16
Adjust Sweeping Track
An adjustment device allows adaptation to the different sweeping conditions. The cylinder broom has to be
adjusted for normal use and with
regard to a low degree of wearing as
described in the following.
Check the broom adjustment on level
ground as follows.
Dismount cylinder broom
Fig.15
Remove cover
- Loosen star-shaped knob (Fig. 16/2)
and remove
- Remove cylinder broom seating
(Fig. 16/1)
- Turn handle (Fig. 16/3 and 5) upwards and unlock
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Maintenance/Service
7.2
Mount/Dismount Cylinder
Broom
The cylinder broom is accessible from
the left side of the machine and is to
be dismounted as follows:
- Open locks (Fig. 15/2) by enclosed
square spanner (counter-clockwise)
- Remove cover (Fig. 15/1)
- Remove plate with sealing strip (Fig.
16/4)
- Remove cylinder broom by pulling.
Before commencing any work on the
electric system disconnect the battery
plug.
- Lower cylinder broom
- Pull ignition key and protect by engaging parking brake
- Open lateral flap
- Remove cover
7.3
Fig.16
Adjust Sweeping Track
An adjustment device allows adaptation to the different sweeping conditions. The cylinder broom has to be
adjusted for normal use and with
regard to a low degree of wearing as
described in the following.
Check the broom adjustment on level
ground as follows.
Dismount cylinder broom
Fig.15
Remove cover
- Loosen star-shaped knob (Fig. 16/2)
and remove
- Remove cylinder broom seating
(Fig. 16/1)
- Turn handle (Fig. 16/3 and 5) upwards and unlock
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Maintenance/Service
With one turn of the knob,
the track widens or broadens by approx. 10mm.
Before checking:
Mark level surface for checking broom adjustment by
chalk.
- Lower cylinder broom and let it run
dry.
- Lift cylinder broom and forward the
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH a bit.
With the correct broom adjustment
the parallel sweeping marks have to
appear on the floor (sweeping
track).
When exceeding the sweeping track width, the engine
protection may be activated.
The sweeping track width is to be
- 50mm with the Hako Jonas 980 E
- 50mm with the Hako-Jonas 980 EH.
The sweeping track width can be
adjusted by the star-shaped knob (Fig.
17/1) as follows:
Broom adjustment
Fig.17
- Open seat hood
- Loosen handle (Fig. 17/3)
- Turn star-shaped knob (Fig. 17/1)
to the left = wider sweeping track
to the right = smaller sweeping track
- Fix handle (Fig. 17/3)
- Sticker broom adjustment
(Abb.17/2)
Sticker broom adjustment
Fig.18
44
Maintenance/Service
With one turn of the knob,
the track widens or broadens by approx. 10mm.
Before checking:
Mark level surface for checking broom adjustment by
chalk.
- Lower cylinder broom and let it run
dry.
- Lift cylinder broom and forward the
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH a bit.
With the correct broom adjustment
the parallel sweeping marks have to
appear on the floor (sweeping
track).
When exceeding the sweeping track width, the engine
protection may be activated.
The sweeping track width is to be
- 50mm with the Hako Jonas 980 E
- 50mm with the Hako-Jonas 980 EH.
The sweeping track width can be
adjusted by the star-shaped knob (Fig.
17/1) as follows:
44
Broom adjustment
Fig.17
- Open seat hood
- Loosen handle (Fig. 17/3)
- Turn star-shaped knob (Fig. 17/1)
to the left = wider sweeping track
to the right = smaller sweeping track
- Fix handle (Fig. 17/3)
- Sticker broom adjustment
(Abb.17/2)
Sticker broom adjustment
Fig.18
Maintenance/Service
7.4
Sealing Strips for Broom Compartment
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 rear sealing strips is adjustable
(oblong holes in the sealing strips).
Proceed to adjustment with the battery
set being mounted.
Height of the front sealing strip (folding
apron) cannot be adjusted. Being
dragged, it has contact with the floor.
7.5
Folding Apron Adjustment
- Turn engine off and pull key
- Disconnect battery plug
- Remove cover (as described in the
paragraph "Mount/Dismount Cylinder Broom").
- Remove bolt (Fig. 19/2).
- Modify adjustment by turning the
fork head (Fig. 19/1).
Modify adjustment such
that the cylinder broom
does not retract the sealing
strip of the folding apron
during operation.
Ground clearance =
sides: approx. 1mm
rear: approx. 4mm.
Fig.19
Adjust folding apron
45
Maintenance/Service
7.4
Sealing Strips for Broom Compartment
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 rear sealing strips is adjustable
(oblong holes in the sealing strips).
Proceed to adjustment with the battery
set being mounted.
Height of the front sealing strip (folding
apron) cannot be adjusted. Being
dragged, it has contact with the floor.
7.5
Folding Apron Adjustment
- Turn engine off and pull key
- Disconnect battery plug
- Remove cover (as described in the
paragraph "Mount/Dismount Cylinder Broom").
- Remove bolt (Fig. 19/2).
- Modify adjustment by turning the
fork head (Fig. 19/1).
Modify adjustment such
that the cylinder broom
does not retract the sealing
strip of the folding apron
during operation.
Ground clearance =
sides: approx. 1mm
rear: approx. 4mm.
Fig.19
Adjust folding apron
45
Maintenance/Service
7.6
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
Replace Side Brush
The side brush is located at the front
right of the machine (standard version). Use the lever (Fig. 10/9) to lift
and lower the side brush. The side
brush is to be lightly inclined in forward and in outward direction. The
swinging 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.
Proceed as follows for dismounting of
the side brush:
Replace side brush
Fig.20
- Turn engine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Disconnect battery plug
- Side brush lifted
- Loosen hexagonal nut (Fig. 20/1)
und remove together with washer
- Remove bolt (Fig. 20/2)
- Remove side brush
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Maintenance/Service
7.6
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
Replace Side Brush
The side brush is located at the front
right of the machine (standard version). Use the lever (Fig. 10/9) to lift
and lower the side brush. The side
brush is to be lightly inclined in forward and in outward direction. The
swinging 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.
Proceed as follows for dismounting of
the side brush:
Replace side brush
Fig.20
- Turn engine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Disconnect battery plug
- Side brush lifted
- Loosen hexagonal nut (Fig. 20/1)
und remove together with washer
- Remove bolt (Fig. 20/2)
- Remove side brush
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Maintenance/Service
7.7
Dismount Plate Filter
Proceed as follows for dismounting of
the plate filter:
- Open seat hood.
- Open quick-release locks
(Fig. 21/1).
- Remove cover, filter case (Fig. 21/3)
- Remove covering hood, plate filter
- Loosen fillister head screws
(Fig. 21/2) and remove.
- Fold back frame with electro-motor
(Fig. 22/3).
- Hook frame at indicated position
(Fig. 22/4)
- Remove plate filter (Fig. 22/5).
For mounting of plate filter proceed in
inverse order.
Replace plate filter
1 Quick-release locks
2 Filter case cover
3 4 Filter case
Fig.21
47
Maintenance/Service
7.7
Dismount Plate Filter
Proceed as follows for dismounting of
the plate filter:
- Open seat hood.
- Open quick-release locks
(Fig. 21/1).
- Remove cover, filter case (Fig. 21/3)
- Remove covering hood, plate filter
- Loosen fillister head screws
(Fig. 21/2) and remove.
- Fold back frame with electro-motor
(Fig. 22/3).
- Hook frame at indicated position
(Fig. 22/4)
- Remove plate filter (Fig. 22/5).
For mounting of plate filter proceed in
inverse order.
Replace plate filter
1 Quick-release locks
2 Filter case cover
3 4 Filter case
Fig.21
47
Maintenance/Service
Plate filter
1
2
3
4
5
Detent hook
Wing screws
Frame with electro-motor
Opening for detent lever
Plate filter
1
2
3
4
5
Detent hook
Wing screws
Frame with electro-motor
Opening for detent lever
Plate filter
Fig.22
48
Maintenance/Service
Plate filter
48
Fig.22
Maintenance/Service
7.8
Basic Cleaning of Plate Filter
Hold the plate filter (Fig. 23/1) in vertical position and let it fall down from a
height of 1 m to the even floor as
represented in Fig. 23.
Basic cleaning of plate filter
1 Plate filter
Fig.23
49
Maintenance/Service
7.8
Basic Cleaning of Plate Filter
Hold the plate filter (Fig. 23/1) in vertical position and let it fall down from a
height of 1 m to the even floor as
represented in Fig. 23.
Basic cleaning of plate filter
1 Plate filter
Fig.23
49
Maintenance/Service
7.9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
V-Belt Drive
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
Tensioning roller
Suction fan V-belt (20Hz)
V-belt pulley
V-belt for cylinder broom and side
brush (130 Hz)
Side brush V-belt
Belt pulley
Cylinder broom V-belt
Tensioning roller lever
Belt pulley
Tension spring
Hexagonal nut
Hexagon socket screw
Screws
V-belt drive Jonas 980 E/EH
Fig.24
50
Maintenance/Service
7.9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
V-Belt Drive
Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH
Tensioning roller
Suction fan V-belt (20Hz)
V-belt pulley
V-belt for cylinder broom and side
brush (130 Hz)
Side brush V-belt
Belt pulley
Cylinder broom V-belt
Tensioning roller lever
Belt pulley
Tension spring
Hexagonal nut
Hexagon socket screw
Screws
V-belt drive Jonas 980 E/EH
50
Fig.24
Maintenance/Service
7.9.1
Replace Cylinder Broom
V-Belt
- Turn engine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Disconnect battery plug
- Detent tensioning spring (Fig. 24/10)
by left hand while taking the V-belt
off the tensioning roller with right
hand
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 24/7)
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
7.9.2
Replace Side Brush V-Belt
- Turn engine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Disconnect 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. 24/13) at the
cover plate and remove
- Remove cover plate
- Push side brush in direction of the
machine to detent V-belt (Fig. 24/5)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 24/5)
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
7.9.3
Replace Suction Fan V-Belt
- Turn engine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Open seat hood
- Disconnect battery plug
- Open quick-release locks (Fig. 21/1)
- Remove filter case cover (Fig. 21/3)
- Loosen screws at the inside of the
right lateral fairing and remove
- Tilt lateral fairing lightly to the outside, the remove by pulling upwards
- Loosen tensioning roller (Fig. 24/1)
- Loosen hexagonal nuts (Fig. 24/11)
and hexagon socket screw (Fig.
24/12) and detent V-belt (Fig. 24/4)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 24/4) from Vbelt pulley (Fig. 24/3)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 24/2)
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
Do not exceed tension of V-belt.
Observe the following when
mounting the V-belt:
First adjust tension of V-belt
(Fig. 24/4), the adjust tension of V-Belt (Fig. 24/2).
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Maintenance/Service
7.9.1
Replace Cylinder Broom
V-Belt
- Turn engine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Disconnect battery plug
- Detent tensioning spring (Fig. 24/10)
by left hand while taking the V-belt
off the tensioning roller with right
hand
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 24/12)
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the side brush.
7.9.2
Replace Side Brush V-Belt
- Turn engine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Disconnect 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. 24/16) at the
cover plate and remove
- Remove cover plate
- Push side brush in direction of the
machine to detent V-belt (Fig. 24/14)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 24/14)
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
7.9.3
Replace Suction Fan V-Belt
- Turn engine off and pull key.
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Open seat hood
- Disconnect battery plug
- Open quick-release locks (Fig. 21/1)
- Remove filter case cover (Fig. 21/3)
- Loosen screws at the inside of the
right lateral fairing and remove
- Tilt lateral fairing lightly to the outside, the remove by pulling upwards
- Loosen tensioning roller (Fig. 24/1)
- Loosen hexagonal nuts (Fig. 24/11)
and hexagon socket screw (Fig.
24/12) and detent V-belt (Fig. 24/4)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 24/4) from Vbelt pulley (Fig. 24/3)
- Remove V-belt (Fig. 24/2)
Proceed in inverse order for mounting
of the V-belt.
Do not exceed tension of V-belt.
Observe the following when
mounting the V-belt:
First adjust tension of V-belt
(Fig. 24/4), the adjust tension of V-Belt (Fig. 24/2).
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Maintenance/Service
7.10 Adjust Steering Chain Tension
Check the condition and function of
steering chain every 200 hours of operation.
Proceed to adjustment of tension via a
spring located in the pedal area and
accessible after removal of the cover
plate.
We recommend having this adjustment work done by qualified personnel
only.
7.11 Check Hydraulic Fluid and
Refill
7.11.1
- Turn engine off and pull key
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Open seat hood
- Check hydraulic fluid level at tank
(Fig. 25/1), the level must not fall
below the minimum mark (Fig.
25/2). It should read between minimum (Fig. 25/2) and maximum mark
(Fig. 25/3).
7.11.2
Adjust tension of the steering chain such that rotational movement is possible
without jerks.
Check Hydraulic Fluid
Refill Hydraulic Fluid
- Remove cover (Fig. 24/4) and refill
hydraulic fluid
- Close hydraulic fluid tank with cover
Fig.25
Use DTE 15M hydraulic fluid or a fluid
of similar quality.
52
Maintenance/Service
7.10 Adjust Steering Chain Tension
Check the condition and function of
steering chain every 200 hours of operation.
Proceed to adjustment of tension via a
spring located in the pedal area and
accessible after removal of the cover
plate.
We recommend having this adjustment work done by qualified personnel
only.
7.11 Check Hydraulic Fluid and
Refill
7.11.1
- Turn engine off and pull key
- Secure machine by engaging parking brake
- Open seat hood
- Check hydraulic fluid level at tank
(Fig. 25/1), the level must not fall
below the minimum mark (Fig.
25/2). It should read between minimum (Fig. 25/2) and maximum mark
(Fig. 25/3).
7.11.2
Adjust tension of the steering chain such that rotational movement is possible
without jerks.
Refill Hydraulic Fluid
- Remove cover (Fig. 24/4) and refill
hydraulic fluid
- Close hydraulic fluid tank with cover
Fig.25
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Check Hydraulic Fluid
Use DTE 15M hydraulic fluid or a fluid
of similar quality.
Maintenance/Service
7.12
Electric System
7.12.1
Fuses/Relays
1 F2
2 F3
(10A)
3 F4
4 F5
5 F6
Pre-fuse
(20A)
Travel drive assembly control
6 F7
7 F8
8 F9
9 F10
10 F11
11 F14
12 K4
13 K5
14 F12
15 F1
16 K1
17 K12
18 K3
19 K2
Control panel indicators (5A)
Horn
(5A)
Control, main motor and LDS
(5A)
LDS measurement
(5A)
Lighting
(7.5A)
Lifted-up disposal control
(6502.60)
(7.5A)
Vacuum cleaner option
(30A)
Shaking motor
(30A)
Flashlight option
(5A)
Time relay, filter monitoring
Impulse relay, shaking
Main motor
(63A)
Travel drive assembly
(63A)
Relay, multimode
Relay
Relay
Relay, motor suction fan/
sweeper
Fig.26
Fuses/relays
53
Maintenance/Service
7.12
Electric System
7.12.1
Fuses/Relays
1 F2
2 F3
(10A)
3 F4
4 F5
5 F6
Pre-fuse
(20A)
Travel drive assembly control
6 F7
7 F8
8 F9
9 F10
10 F11
11 F14
12 K4
13 K5
14 F12
15 F1
16 K1
17 K12
18 K3
19 K2
Control panel indicators (5A)
Horn
(5A)
Control, main motor and LDS
(5A)
LDS measurement
(5A)
Lighting
(7.5A)
Lifted-up disposal control
(6502.60)
(7.5A)
Vacuum cleaner option
(30A)
Shaking motor
(30A)
Flashlight option
(5A)
Time relay, filter monitoring
Impulse relay, shaking
Main motor
(63A)
Travel drive assembly
(63A)
Relay, multimode
Relay
Relay
Relay, motor suction fan/
sweeper
Fig.26
Fuses/relays
53
Maintenance/Service
7.12.2
Lifted-Up Disposal
Fuses/Relays
20
21
22
23
24
25
K6
K7
K8
K9
K10
K11
26
F 13
Lifted-up disposal
Lifted-up disposal
Lifted-up disposal
Lifted-up disposal
Relay, lift dirt hopper
Relay, lower dirt
hopper
Hydraulic unit (30A)
Lifted-up disposal fuses/relays
Fig.27
54
Maintenance/Service
7.12.2
Lifted-Up Disposal
Fuses/Relays
20
21
22
23
24
25
K6
K7
K8
K9
K10
K11
26
F 13
Lifted-up disposal
Lifted-up disposal
Lifted-up disposal
Lifted-up disposal
Relay, lift dirt hopper
Relay, lower dirt
hopper
Hydraulic unit (30A)
Lifted-up disposal fuses/relays
54
Fig.27
Maintenance/Service
7.13 Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Maintenance
Schedule (6502.40/60)
Check batter acid level and top with distilled water if required
(with fully charged battery only)
Daily
after first
hours of operation
every 100
every 200
X
Check acid density of battery
X
Clean battery poles and grease
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
Check side brush adjustment and brush bristles for wearing,
adjust if required or replace side brush
X
Check V-belt for wearing and correct tension and readjust if required
5
X
55
Maintenance/Service
7.13 Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Maintenance
Schedule (6502.40/60)
Check batter acid level and top with distilled water if required
(with fully charged battery only)
Daily
after first
hours of operation
every 100
every 200
X
Check acid density of battery
X
Clean battery poles and grease
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
Check side brush adjustment and brush bristles for wearing,
adjust if required or replace side brush
X
Check V-belt for wearing and correct tension and readjust if required
5
X
55
Maintenance/Service
7.13 Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Maintenance
Schedule (6502.40/60)
Visual check of V-belts
Daily
after first
hours of operation
every 100
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 drive, shaking motor
X
Check tread of wheels
X
Check function of electro-motor, carbon brushes for smooth
operation and wearing; clean motor from carbon dust and replace
carbon brushes if required
Check carbon brushes of travel drive assembly (to be executed
by qualified personnel only)
500
X
500
X
Check hydraulic hoses and replace if required
Check hydraulic fluid level for lifted-up disposal and refill if
required
X
Check tensioning moment of fixing screws for lifted-up disposal
facility and re-tighten if required (49 Nm)
5
X
Check tension of steering chain and re-adjust tension if required
X
56
Maintenance/Service
7.13 Hako-Jonas 980 E/EH Maintenance
Schedule (6502.40/60)
Visual check of V-belts
Daily
after first
hours of operation
every 100
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 drive, shaking motor
X
Check tread of wheels
Check function of electro-motor, carbon brushes for smooth
operation and wearing; clean motor from carbon dust and replace
carbon brushes if required
Check carbon brushes of travel drive assembly (to be executed
by qualified personnel only)
X
500
X
500
X
Check hydraulic hoses and replace if required
Check hydraulic fluid level for lifted-up disposal and refill if
required
Check tensioning moment of fixing screws for lifted-up disposal
facility and re-tighten if required (49 Nm)
Check tension of steering chain and re-adjust tension if required
56
X
5
X
X
Special Equipment
8
Special Equipment
Designation
Description
Solid rubber tyres
Set of puncture-safe SE-Superelastic tyres 4.00-4, leaving no traces
(2wheels on rim)
Order no.
6521
L-h side brush system
6507
Protective roof
6504
Flashlight
For mounting on protective roof or direct cultivation
6505
Vacuum cleaner
24V version
6509
Comfort seat
Seat features adjustable cushioning provided
7093
Lighting system
Including two front and two rear lights, rear and lateral reflectors
(according to German StVZO §66a)
6506
57
Special Equipment
8
Special Equipment
Designation
Description
Solid rubber tyres
Set of puncture-safe SE-Superelastic tyres 4.00-4, leaving no traces
(2wheels on rim)
Order no.
6521
L-h side brush system
6507
Protective roof
6504
Flashlight
For mounting on protective roof or direct cultivation
6505
Vacuum cleaner
24V version
6509
Comfort seat
Seat features adjustable cushioning provided
7093
Lighting system
Including two front and two rear lights, rear and lateral reflectors
(according to German StVZO §66a)
6506
57
Hako Jonas 980 E/EH
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: 77 dB (A)
Measurement inaccuracy (KpA):
2 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to DIN EN 60335-2-72 under
maximum working conditions:
91 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to 2000/14/EG under
maximum working conditions:
91 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 980 E/EH
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: 77 dB (A)
Measurement inaccuracy (KpA):
2 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to DIN EN 60335-2-72 under
maximum working conditions:
91 dB (A)
Sound power level (LwAd) measured
according to 2000/14/EG under
maximum working conditions:
91 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 980 E, Typ: 6502.40
Hako Jonas 980 EH, Typ: 6502.60
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 980 E, Typ: 6502.40
Hako Jonas 980 EH, Typ: 6502.60
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
Maintenance Document
100 operating hours
Maintenance
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Maintenance
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Maintenance
400 operating hours
Maintenance
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carried out on __________
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
500 operating hours
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Maintenance
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Maintenance
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Maintenance
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carried out on __________
carried out on __________
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carried out on __________
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
900 operating hours
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carried out on __________
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
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Maintenance
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carried out on __________
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
500 operating hours
Maintenance
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Maintenance
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Maintenance
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Maintenance
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
900 operating hours
Maintenance
1000 operating hours
Maintenance
1100 operating hours
Maintenance
1200 operating hours
Maintenance
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
Workshop stamp
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
carried out on __________
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
at __________ operating hours
60
Maintenance Document
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Superior technology for a cleaner and better environment
(0 45 31) 806-0 · Fax (0 45 31) 806-338
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Superior technology for a cleaner and better environment
Hako-Werke GmbH · Stammwerk und Hauptverwaltung · Headquarter
(0 45 31) 806-0 · Fax (0 45 31) 806-338
Hamburger Str. 209-239 · D-23843 Bad Oldesloe ·
88-60-2629/11-2010 • Printed in Germany
Hako GmbH ·
Hamburger Str. 209-239 · D-23843 Bad Oldesloe ·
88-10-2629/11-2010 • Printed in Germany
Spitzentechnik für eine
saubere und schönere Umwelt
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