Delta Owners Manual 000820_30-m06-2017.fm

Delta Owners Manual 000820_30-m06-2017.fm
DELTA
Straight Inclined Platform Lift
OWNER’S MANUAL
(To Be Retained by Owner After Installation by Authorized Savaria Dealer)
Part No. 000820
30-m06-2017
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IMPORTANT
Ensure that only an authorized Savaria Dealer installs and services the DELTA
Straight Incline Platform Lift. Under no circumstances is anyone other than a
Dealer with Savaria training and authorization to install, adjust, service or
modify any mechanical or electrical device on this equipment. Failure to follow
this warning can result in safety system compromises or defeat; this can result
in serious injury or death. Savaria Concord Lifts, Inc. accepts no liability for
property damage, warranty claims or personal injury, including death, in this
circumstance.
Passenger safety is the result of countless details in the equipment design,
manufacture, and installation. After installation, reliable operation and
continual safe operation requires regular inspection and maintenance as
outlined in this manual, or more frequently where usage, environment, or local
jurisdiction requires. As the Owner, you are responsible for ensuring that
regular inspections and maintenance occur in a timely manner.
Refer to this manual for unit description, setup, operating instructions, and a
maintenance schedule for the DELTA Straight Incline Platform Lift.
Upon completion of installation, the Dealer must provide you with the
following information and ensure it is recorded in this manual. In addition,
either the Dealer or yourself must keep any service and/or maintenance records
in the Maintenance Record section of this manual.
WARRANTY
Ensure your Savaria Dealer provides you with a copy of the manufacturer’s
limited parts warranty and documentation relating to any Dealer labour
warranty.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FOR OWNER’S RECORDS
Customer Name: _______________________________________
Installing Dealer: _______________________________________
Dealer’s Telephone Number: _____________________________
Date Installed: _________________________________________
Serial/Job Number: _____________________________________
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CONTENTS
TO ENSURE SAFE OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1. DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Lift Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Guide Rails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Battery Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Safety Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2. SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
3. PROPER AND IMPROPER USE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Proper Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Improper Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
4. OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Manual Operation in an Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
5. TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Diagnostic LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
6. MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Maintenance Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
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TO ENSURE SAFE OPERATION
To ensure safe operation of this unit, pay careful attention to the important
notes below.
WARNING
This symbol accompanies essential safety instructions.
Follow these instructions and any additional safety
regulations.
IMPORTANT
•
Read this manual carefully before using the platform lift.
•
To prevent accidents, adhere strictly to the instructions and keep clear
of moving parts at all times.
•
Never exceed the maximum load capacity as indicated on the side of
the carriage.
•
Passengers must remain in the wheelchair or seated while the lift is
operating.
•
Follow instructions on all equipment labels at all times. Replace any
damaged labels immediately.
•
Ensure that only qualified personnel perform maintenance and service
on the unit.
•
When replacing parts, be sure that only genuine Savaria parts are used.
•
This unit is intended for use by a mature person who understands its
proper operation as set out in this manual.
•
Prior to operation, make sure that:
•
•
All areas in and around the lift are clear of any obstructions.
•
All lights are functioning properly.
Test your keys and emergency stop button every month.
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1. DESCRIPTION
Lift Unit
The lift unit is comprised of the components shown in Figure 1 below.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Platform control panel which has a key switch, an emergency STOP
button, an alarm button and a running light (see Figure 4 on page 7) to
indicate that the unit is in use
Safety arms
Pendant control
Carriage (behind cover)
Platform access ramps
Main power switch
Figure 1
Key switch
Green lamp
Emergency STOP button
Safety arms
Pendant control
Carriage
(behind cover)
Platform access
ramps
Main power switch
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Open cap and
plug in pendant
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The drive unit (shown in Figure 2 below) has the following components:
• Gear box
• Motor
• Handwheel
• Brake release lever
Note that the lower guide rail shown in Figure 2 is not part of the drive unit; it
is shown for reference only.
Figure 2
Lower guide rail
Brake release
lever
Handwheel
(removable)
Motor
Gear box
The pendant control (shown in Figure 3 below) has UP and DOWN arrow
buttons to move the lift up and down the stairway, an alarm button and a red
emergency STOP button to stop the lift in an emergency. When not in use, hang
the pendant control on the safety arm using the hook at the back of the control.
Figure 3
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Control Buttons
The control buttons on the pendant and the call/send stations are
constant-pressure type. This means you must press and hold the button to
operate it. Release the button to stop the function.The emergency STOP button
is push/pull.
Note that you need a key to activate the controls on the platform control panel
and at the landing call station (if the call station is equipped with a key switch).
WARNING
Never use the lift if the control buttons do not work in
constant-pressure mode.
The landing call/send station controls are powered by a 9-volt battery. Under
normal operation the green light on the call station will flash when the key
switch is turned on and a control button is pressed. If the green light does not
flash, this indicates that it’s time to change the battery.
Emergency STOP Button
When you press the red
emergency STOP button on
the platform control panel
(shown in Figure 4), the lift
will stop immediately. To
release the emergency STOP
button, press and turn it
slightly clockwise.
Figure 4
Alarm button
Running light
Running Light
The red running light flashes
to indicate that the unit is in
use.
WARNING
Check the emergency STOP button operation weekly. If
the lift does not stop when the button is pressed, DO NOT
use the lift. Contact your authorized dealer.
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Guide Rails
The platform lift travels up and down the stairway along two guide rails – an
upper rail and a lower rail. A sample installation layout is shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5
Landing
call station
Carriage
with
drive
Charger
Upper landing
stop position
Upper
rail
Landing
call station
Lower
rail
Lower landing
stop position
Battery Charging
The lift motor is powered by batteries that are charged at the upper and lower
landing stop positions. When you are not using the lift, be sure to park it at one
of the stop positions. If the lift is not parked at a stop position, a warning beeper
will sound.
If the lift is not parked at a stop position after 5 minutes of use, then the beeper
will sound every second. Move the lift to a stop position to charge the batteries.
If the lift is parked at a stop position and the beeper still sounds, the lift is not
charging. Turn off the main power switch of the lift and check for any power
outages in the building or for blown fuses. If the beeper continues to sound
after checking these items, contact your authorized dealer.
If the battery charge is too weak for normal operation, the beeper will sound
every 2.5 seconds. Move the lift to a stop position to charge the batteries. If the
beeper continues to sound after charging, contact your authorized dealer. In
the case of weak batteries, the control system is programmed so the lift is
always able to reach the lower stop position with the remaining battery charge.
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Safety Features
Safety Arms and Platform Ramps
While in motion, the platform is protected by two safety arms. The platform is
also protected by two ramps which have the dual function of facilitating access
to the lift at the landings and of retaining the wheelchair while the lift is in
motion. Before the lift leaves the floor, the safety arms must be down and the
platform access ramps must be up. If the safety arms or platform ramps
encounter an obstacle as they move into position, a microswitch is tripped,
preventing operation of the lift until the obstacle is removed.
Obstruction Sensors
During travel, the edges of the platform ramp and carriage are protected by
sensors which stop the lift if it touches any obstacle. There are also safety
underpan sensors to detect any obstacle underneath the platform and carriage
and stop the lift.
Safety Brake (Overspeed)
The lift is equipped with a mechanical safety brake. It engages if a drive
component fails or if the normal downward travel speed is exceeded by a
preset amount. Application of the brake slows the lift to a stop.
WARNING
When the safety brake engages, the lift remains locked
out of use. Contact your authorized dealer to release the
brake and return the lift to normal operation.
Limit Switches
The upper and lower limit switches allow the lift to stop automatically in the
correct position at the upper or lower end of the staircase. If the upper or lower
limit switch fails, the final safety limit switch stops the unit.
WARNING
If the lift is unable to move after it stops, contact your
authorized dealer to return the lift to normal operation.
Audio Visual Alarm
There is an audio visual alarm to indicate that the unit is running. This includes
a buzzer and a red running light on the platform control panel that flashes
when the unit is in use. See Figure 4 on page 7.
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
Performance
Travel direction
Forward/backward
Travel length
Up to 82 feet (25 metres)
Speed (up/down)
20 feet/minute (0.1 metres/second)
Daily cycle
Normal: 10
Heavy: 20
Excessive: 30
Maximum starts in 1 hour on standard installation: 5
Capacity
1 person in wheelchair or sitting on the optional
manual folding seat; seat capacity is 330 lb (150 kg)
Maximum load
550 lb (250 kg)
Gradient
Constant, 15° to 45°
Duty cycle
3 minutes on/7 minutes off
Environmental Conditions
Temperature
32°F to 104 °F (0 °C to 40 °C)
Humidity
Maximum 70%
Noise
Less than 70 db
Power supply
24V DC (battery system); 120VAC for charger
Motor
0.66 hp (0.5 kW)
Controls
Pendant control buttons
Two drive buttons used to move the lift up or down
the stairway and one emergency STOP button
Call station controls
Used to call/send the lift, fold/unfold the platform
(for optional automatic platform); has an optional
key switch to enable controls
Platform control panel
Emergency STOP button to bring the lift to an
immediate stop
Key switch to enable controls
Alarm button to signal for help
Running light that flashes to indicate the unit is in
use
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3. PROPER AND IMPROPER USE
Proper Use
The DELTA lift is an accessibility device used to provide access over straight-run
stairs with a constant gradient. The lift will transport a passenger either sitting
in a wheelchair or on the optional manual folding seat. The lift is designed for
use by a self-sufficient person with knowledge of the unit’s operation and
general maintenance instructions.
NOTE
If the person using the lift is not self-sufficient, it must be
operated by an attendant.
Always remain still while the lift is in motion.
Do not use the lift when someone else is using the stairway.
Improper Use
•
Do not transport objects on the platform.
•
Do not transport more than one person at a time.
•
Do not stand on the platform.
•
Do not overload the lift.
•
Do not spray any liquids onto the lift or rails.
•
Do not make any modifications to the lift.
WARNING
For your safety, use the lift only as intended.
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4. OPERATION
WARNING
For your safety, read this manual before using
the lift and always use the lift only as intended.
Warnings
•
Ensure there is unrestricted access to the platform and main
power switch.
•
Never overload the platform.
•
While on board the lift, always remain seated with the
wheelchair brakes on. If the wheelchair is electric, turn it off as
long as the lift is moving. Keep your feet on the wheelchair
footrest.
•
Note that in some installations where there is low overhead,
you may have to reposition yourself on the platform to avoid
contacting the ceiling.
•
If using the optional manual folding seat, make sure the seat
belt is securely fastened. Be sure to fold up the seat after use.
•
While on board the lift, always look in the direction of travel
and stop the lift immediately if there is anyone on the travel
route.
•
During operation of the lift, the landings and travel route
must always be illuminated.
•
Keep the platform key in a safe storage place for access by
authorized personnel only. Be sure to remove the key after
each use.
•
Never leave the lift halfway up the staircase.
•
Never use the lift unless a trained person is available to
operate it in manual mode in an emergency situation.
•
Never place your hands or any objects close to the rails or the
platform while the lift is in motion.
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Operation
Figure 6
1 Make sure the pendant control is plugged
into the jack on the left side wall of the
carriage body (see Figure 6). If not, open
the cap and plug in the pendant.
PENDANT
JACK
2 Turn on the main power switch located on
the right side wall of the carriage body (see
Figure 6). Note that when the main power
switch is turned off, you cannot run the lift
using any of the controls.
3 If the lift is not at the desired landing,
you can call the lift using the call
station controls (Figure 7 shows a call
station for an optional automatic
platform). Note that the call station
controls will only control the lift when
the platform is folded up.
POWER
SWITCH
Figure 7
DOWN
UP
UNFOLD
FOLD
4 To call the lift, first insert the key into
the call station key switch (if
equipped) and turn it on. The green
light on the call station will turn on.
5 Press and hold either the UP or DOWN
button to move the lift towards you.
The green light on the call station will
flash while the lift is moving.
KEY SWITCH
(OPTIONAL)
NOTE: Make sure you can see the lift at all times when it is moving; stop it
immediately if there is an obstacle in the way.
6 The lift will stop automatically at the desired landing.
In the event that the lift does not stop after releasing the control button, you
can turn off the call station key switch (if equipped) to stop travel.
7 For lifts with a manual platform, lower the platform by hand. The safety arm
will rise up and the access ramp will lower automatically. Be careful of the
moving parts.
For lifts with an optional automatic platform, press and hold the UNFOLD
button on the call station to lower the platform and raise the safety arm. The
access ramp will lower automatically.
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8 If the optional manual folding seat is to
be used, fold down the seat.
Figure 8
9 Turn off and remove the key from the call
station key switch (if equipped).
10 Drive the wheelchair onto the platform
(Figure 8 - top) and park it so that no part
of the passenger’s body or the wheelchair
projects from the platform. Engage the
wheelchair brakes. If the wheelchair is
electric, turn it off.
If using the optional manual folding seat,
be sure to fasten the seat belt.
11 Lower the safety arm and the access ramp
will lift up automatically (Figure 8 bottom).
12 Insert the key into the platform key
switch and turn it on to activate the
platform controls.
13 To travel up or down the stairs:
Figure 9
•
Press either the UP or DOWN drive
button on the pendant control
(shown in Figure 9) to drive the lift to
the desired landing. Note that the
safety arms remain down and the
access ramps remain up in the locked
position as long as the lift is in motion.
•
The lift will stop automatically at all
landings. If you keep the drive
button pressed at an intermediate
stop, the lift will stop briefly and
then continue travelling towards the
next landing.
•
If you need to stop the lift along the
travel route for any reason, release the drive button. If this does not
work, press the red emergency STOP button on the platform control
panel or the handheld pendant.
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14 When the lift reaches the desired landing, it
stops automatically.
Figure 10
15 For lifts with a manual platform, release the
drive button. Lift up the safety arm and the
exit ramp will lower automatically (see
Figure 10).
For lifts with an optional automatic
platform, keep the drive button pressed
until the safety arm is raised and the exit
ramp is lowered.
NOTE: If there is an acoustic signal 5
seconds after releasing the drive button,
then the lift is probably not in the exact
recharging position. Reactivate the drive
button to bring the lift to the exact
position.
16 Turn off and remove the key from the
platform key switch.
17 Disengage the wheelchair brakes and drive
off the platform.
If the optional manual folding seat was
used, release the seat belt.
18 For lifts with a manual platform, lower the
safety arms and fold up the platform and
seat by hand.
Figure 11
For lifts with an optional automatic platform,
press the FOLD button on the call station to
fold down the safety arms and fold up the
platform, and then fold up the seat by hand
(see Figure 11).
NOTE: When you fold up the platform, the
call station controls are reactivated so you
can send the lift to the desired parking
station if needed.
19 When the lift is not in use, be sure to switch
if off with the platform key and keep the key in a safe place to avoid
unauthorized use.
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Manual Operation in an Emergency
You can use manual operation to bring the lift to the next landing in the event
of a battery failure or equipment breakdown.
WARNING
Before proceeding with manual operation, you MUST
switch off the main power switch.
Moving the Lift in an Emergency
1 Switch off the main power switch.
2 Remove the plug from the motor cover and insert the handwheel on the
motor shaft (see Figure 12 below).
3 Tighten the brake lever to release the motor brake and turn the handwheel
until the closest landing has been reached. This process is very slow.
Figure 12
Brake lever
Handwheel
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Location of handwheel
and brake release lever
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4 Lift up the safety arm and assist the passenger off the platform.
NOTE: If you are unable to drive the lift to the next landing, you will need to
release the safety arms as described in the procedure below.
5 If the lift has a manual platform, fold up the platform as the safety arms
lower.
6 Lock the platform with the padlock on the carriage.
7 Remove the handwheel and store it in an easily accessible place.
8 Reinstall the plug in the motor cover.
9 Contact your authorized dealer if repair to the lift is required.
Releasing the Safety Arms in an Emergency
1 To release a safety arm, press and hold the upper landing arm release lever
located at the back of the carriage (see Figure 11 on the next page).
•
To release the left safety arm (as viewed from the front of the unit),
press the upper lever.
•
To release the right safety arm (as viewed from the front of the unit),
press the lower lever.
•
Note that this is the same for a left- or a right-hand unit.
WARNING
Be very careful not to release the downside safety arm
and put the passenger in danger.
2 While pressing and holding the appropriate lever, release the safety arm by
pulling abruptly.
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Figure 13
SIDE VIEW
Arm release
levers at back
of platform
TOP VIEW
EXPLODED VIEW
Upper lever for left arm
Lower lever for right arm
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5. TROUBLESHOOTING
For safety reasons, the lift is equipped with several electrical and mechanical
locking devices. The lift will not work if any of these devices is tripped or if the
order of events is incorrect. 
WARNING
Only qualified technicians are authorized to perform
repairs and 6-month maintenance. DO NOT manipulate,
modify or remove any safety feature of the lift. Contact
your authorized dealer as necessary.
Follow through the items below to determine a possible reason for the problem
before contacting your authorized dealer.
1 If you’re having a problem with a call station, note the following:
•
When the controls at one call station are activated, all other call
stations are automatically deactivated. The lift can only be controlled
by one control at a time.
•
The platform must be folded up for the call station controls to function.
•
Check that the key switch (if equipped) on the call station is turned on.
•
Check the batteries in the call station and replace if necessary.
2 If the lift is emitting an acoustic signal, check the lift batteries as described
in the section, “Battery charging”.
3 If the lift will not move, check the following:
•
Check that the main power switch on the lift is turned on. Turn on the
platform key switch and make sure the green lamp on the platform
turns on.
•
Check that there are no blown fuses in the building power distribution
box.
•
Check that all emergency STOP buttons are released.
•
Check for obstacles underneath the access ramps and platform.
If the problem persists, contact your authorized dealer for assistance.
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Diagnostic LEDs
There are five LEDs located on the left-hand side of the platform control panel
(see below).
Figure 14
LED Status
3 LED Panel
Meaning
Middle and right LEDs on
Left-hand obstruction (or ready to run right)
Middle and left LEDs on
Right-hand obstruction (or ready to run left)
Middle LED on
Obstruction, both right-hand and left-hand
All 3 LEDS off
Safety circuit fault
All 3 LEDs on
Ready to run left or right
2 LED Panel
Meaning
Platform folded LED on
Platform is folded up
Platform unfolded LED on
Platform is unfolded
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6. MAINTENANCE
Periodic checks and maintenance are necessary to ensure your safety and
proper operation of the lift. Refer to the table below for a list of checks and
maintenance items.
WARNING
To ensure your safety and proper operation of the lift, be
sure to check the items below that are identified as
WEEKLY. Contact your authorized dealer to perform
6-month maintenance and repairs.
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
ITEM TO BE CHECKED
FREQUENCY
BY OPERATOR
Check that the lift does not start moving until the safety
arms are down and the access ramps are up in the safety
position.
Monthly
Check that the safety arms and ramps remain closed while
travelling.
Monthly
Verify that the safety arms cannot be lifted up when you are
travelling between two landings.
Monthly
Verify that the lift stops immediately when the emergency
STOP button is pressed.
Monthly
Verify that the lift stops at every landing.
Monthly
Verify that the lift stops when the directional drive button is
released.
Monthly
Verify that the lift stops immediately if the ramp runs into an
obstacle.
Monthly
Verify that the lift stops immediately if an obstacle is
detected underneath the platform.
Monthly
Use a dry clean cloth to clean the outside of the rail tubes.
As required
Ensure clear access to the drive and main power switch.
As required
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BY AUTHORIZED DEALER
Verify proper operation of all limit switches.
Every 6 months
Check that the electromagnetic brake on the motor stops
the lift when fully loaded before the final limit switch is
tripped. If necessary, adjust or replace the brake.
Every 6 months
Check that the drive sprocket teeth and the nylon rollers on
which the lift runs are not worn or damaged. There must be
no scoring or flattening of the rollers.
Every 6 months
Verify proper operation of the safety brake (overspeed
governor).
Every 6 months
Check that all fixing screws on the rails and carriage are
present and securely fastened.
Every 6 months
Check all moving parts, covers, signs, and labels.
Every 6 months
Clean the rail thoroughly.
Every 6 months
Verify proper operation of the pendant control buttons.
Every 6 months
Verify proper operation of the call station control buttons.
Every 6 months
Check that all electrical components, contactors and
microswitches are operating correctly.
Check the condition of all cables.
Check the grounding.
Every 6 months
Check condition of battery and charger.
Every 6 months
NOTE
Units installed in adverse environments will require additional
maintenance on a monthly basis.
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Maintenance Record
Date and time
Reason for call (other comments)
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Dealer
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Authorized Savaria Dealer
DELTA
Straight Inclined Platform Lift
OWNER’S MANUAL
Part No. 000820
 Copyright2017
Savaria Concord Lifts, Inc.
2 Walker Drive
Brampton, Ontario, L6T 5E1, Canada
www.savaria.com
For service or questions about this product, please contact your installing dealer.
DEALER NAME:
_________________________________________________
DEALER PHONE:
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