Fusion + manual - Portable Space

Fusion + manual - Portable Space
Operator’s
Instruction
Manual
The Groundhog GP360 Fusion & Fusion+
Welfare Units have been approved by VCA.
GP360 Fusion & Fusion+
from Groundhog
This manual will be supplied to you on
delivery of your Welfare Accommodation
Unit and contains important operating
procedures, safety instructions and
servicing information in regards to
your Groundhog.
The Groundhog manual contains guidance,
advice and helpful cautionary notes that
will inform you how to operate your
Groundhog correctly.
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All information, Photographs, illustrations and
specifications in your Groundhog manual are
based on the latest information at the date of
publication.
The right is reserved to make changes at any time
without notice or obligation.
Copyright ©2012 Groundhog UK Limited. All
rights reserved.
No part of this material may be reproduced in any
form by any means without the express written
permission of Groundhog UK Limited.
Contents
Section 1
Section 2
Technical data
1
Warranty
Warranty
Modifications
Important notice
1
1
1
1
Introduction
Description
Guidance
2
2
2
Section 4
General safety
Safety
Risk assessment
Preparation for towing
Work area preparation
3
3
3
3
3
Section 5
Know your Groundhog
Exterior
Road lighting
Towing assembly
Wiring cable
4
4
4
4
4
Section 6
Setting up the Groundhog
Positioning
Raising and lowering
Nosecone
Caution notice
5
5
5
5
5
Section 3
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Operating instructions
Heating outlets/inlets
Remote temperature sensor
Battery Guard
Pro Charge Ultra
Window
Toilet
12V Teal Handeman & Timer Switch
Section 10
6-7
Fusion+ Interior
Internal electrical system
Microwave oven
Cup dispenser
Drinking water
Soap dispenser
Paper towel dispenser
Under worktop storage
Sink wash area
Waste water
Setting the water temperature
Diesel powered Thermo Top C
heating system
29
Frost stat protection
Heating outlets/inlets
Remote temperature sensor
Battery Guard
Pro Charge Ultra
Window
Toilet
Toilet wash area
29
29
29
30
30
31
31
31
32
32
32
6
Twin axle electric hydraulic
operating instructions - GP500 only
Arrival at site
Departure from site
Caution notice
7
Section 11
7
7
7
Generator
To start the engine
How to refill the fuel tank
Section 12
Replacing a wheel
8
Servicing & maintenance
Service Intervals
Reason for issuance
Serviceable Items
Safe Working Practice
Towing coupling, safety cable,
and jockey wheel
Towing
Towing restrictions
Towing vehicle suitability
Towing brackets
Vehicle registration plate
Towing mirrors
Attaching the Groundhog
to the towing vehicle
9-10
9
9
9
9
9
9-10
Fusion Interior
Internal electrical system
Microwave oven
Cup dispenser
Drinking water
Soap dispenser
Paper towel dispenser
Under worktop storage
Water heater & tap
Sink & waste water
Diesel powered Air Top 2000ST
heating system
12-21
13-14
15
15
16
16
16
16
17
17
18
Diesel powered heating system
fuel pump and filter
19
Frost stat protection
19
Section 13
Section 14
Section 15
22-31
23-24
25
25
26
26
26
26
27
27
27
28
Diesel powered heating system
fuel pump and filter
Single axle electric hydraulic
operating instructions - press button
Arrival at site
Departure from site
Caution notice
6
6
6
19
19
20
20
21
21
21
33-39
33
33
33
33
34
Brakes, Wheels, and Tyres
Pull Rod Mechanised Parts
and Axle Pins
35
36
Leaf Springs, Shackles,
and U Bolt Assembly
Preventing leaf spring failure
Hydraulic rams
37
38
39
Frequently asked questions
40
Fault finder
Winterisation
Fusion Winterisation
Fusion+ Winterisation
40
41-42
41
42
Safety & servicing checklist
43-46
Checks prior to towing
43
Diesel powered heating systems
44
service schedule
500 mile maintenance checklist
45
5000 mile maintenance schedule 45-46
Notes
47-48
Technical data / Warranty
Section 1
Section 2
Approximate Weights and Dimensions
Gross Weight
1650 kg
Length
3.6 m (5.1 m inc. drawbar)
Width
2.3 m
Height (towing)
2.7 m
Height (in service)
2.4 m
Warranty
Modifications
Your Groundhog is covered by a 12 month
warranty. Groundhog undertakes to replace or
repair, free of charge, any defect which the
company considers itself responsible for or
materials within 12 months of the sale date,
except for:
If additional equipment or any third party work,
modifications or alterations are to be carried out
on the Mobile Welfare Unit which will involve any
welding, drilling or any form of cutting or
distortion of materials, full written approval must
be obtained from the Manufacturer prior to the
work being carried out.
• Defects arising from neglect, misuse or
unauthorised modifications.
• Damage caused by abuse, misuse, dropping or
other similar damage caused by or as a result of
failure to follow transportation, storage, loading
or operating instructions.
• Alterations, additions or repairs carried out by
persons other than the Manufacturer or their
recognised distributors.
• Transportation or shipment costs to and from
the Manufacturer or their recognised agents, for
repair or assessment against a warranty claim, on
any Mobile Welfare Unit or component.
• Materials and/or labour costs to renew, repair or
replace components due to fair wear and tear.
• Faults arising from the use of non-standard or
additional parts, or any consequential damage or
wear caused by the fitting or use of such parts.
• Any white goods fitted, i.e. microwave, kettle etc.
are only covered by a 3 month warranty period.
1
IMPORTANT
Warranty may at the sole discretion of the
Manufacturer be void if the scheduled
service/inspections are not carried out in
accordance with the service manual.
The Manufacturer and/or their recognised
agents, directors, employees or insurers will not
be held liable for consequential or other
damages, losses or expenses in connection with
or by reason of/or the inability to use the Mobile
Welfare Unit for any purpose.
Introduction
Section 3
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Operators Manual
Description
Guidance
The Fusion Groundhog Mobile Welfare range
are road towable welfare units suitable for up to
6 personnel.
The information and instructions included in this
manual are provided to help you get the best
possible service from your Groundhog.
This self contained unit has a toilet/washroom, a
drying room and a kitchen/restroom.
To ensure that The Groundhog is used safely and
responsibly, we strongly recommend that this
manual is read by all users prior to its operation,
and that the recommendations are followed at all
times.
Electrical supply can be taken either from a mains
hook up or from the built-in generator.
Its unique design means that raising and lowering
the body requires little effort from the operator
and takes just 3 minutes from disconnecting to
being usable.
Groundhog operate a policy of constant
improvement and reserve the right to change
specifications without notice.
Self contained unit:
toilet/washroom, a
drying room and a
kitchen/restroom
Secured in less
than 3 minutes.
0 min
3 min
2
General safety
Section 4
Safety
Risk assessment
Before using this equipment and to avoid
personal injury, carefully read and understand
these instructions. If there is anything you do not
understand, DO NOT use this equipment, contact
the supplier for advice.
It is the user’s responsibility to carry out a full risk
assessment before using the Groundhog. The risk
assessment should establish a safe zone including
(but not limited to) ground, side and overhead
hazards such as power supply and
communication cables, lighting systems, drainage
systems and other services.
Make sure you are aware of all safety requirements
and that this equipment is suitable for the
location.
When raising or lowering the unit, the area must
be cordoned off to create a safe zone from the
general public and bystanders.
This equipment must not be moved, set up, used
or dismantled by persons who are under the
influence of alcohol or drugs. Do not use this
equipment if you are tired or unwell.
You MUST perform a risk assessment before siting
this equipment to ensure your safety and the
safety of others.
Ensure that the ground on which the unit is being
used is smooth, level and capable of withstanding
the Groundhogs’ weight plus its load.
If permission is required, obtain it before use.
Preparation for towing
Before towing the Groundhog, you must ensure
that the fresh water, waste water and drinking
water containers are emptied and water pump
switched off (Fusion+ only).
Switch the generator OFF.
Wear suitable personal protective equipment
whenever making adjustments to the unit.
Empty the toilet and wash hand basin reservoirs.
Pack away all utensils, cups, plates etc.
Do not wear loose jewellery or clothing that may
get in the way or become trapped in the
mechanism.
Carefully inspect the Groundhog before towing or
before use. If there is any doubt about its
condition, DO NOT CONTINUE.
This equipment may only be used on level ground,
which is able to bear its weight and its load.
3
Lock all doors, window and protective shutters.
Work area preparation
Clear the ground area, where the Groundhog is
to be used, of obstructions, anything that may
puncture the tyres and similar items. Once the
unit is in the work area, use barriers and tape
to create a safe zone. Keep bystanders and
unauthorised persons away when setting
the unit up.
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Know your Groundhog
Operators Manual
Exterior
Section 5
1. Steel Window Shutter
4. Hydraulic Jacks
7. Main Entrance
2. Nosecone
5. Axle
8. Toilet/Washroom Entrance
3. Towing Assembly
6. Wheel
9. Warm Room Entrance
1
2
3
8
7
9
6
4
4
5
6
Road lighting
Towing assembly
1. Recessed Lighting Socket
1. Jockey Wheel
2. Light Board Plug
2. Jockey Wheel
Securing Handle
3. Light Board
1
3. Parking Brake Lever
2
4. Breakaway Cable
5. Lighting Cable
and Plug
1
3
5
6
2
4
6. Coupling Head
3
Wiring cable
9
8
7
1
10
2
11
6
4
5
3
12
13 pin Euro plug
13
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Function
Left indicator
Rear fog lamp
Earth
Right indicator
Right tail lamp
Brake lamp
Left tail lamp
Reverse lamp
Permanent power
Switched supply (for fridge)
Earth for pin 10
No current allocation
Earth for pin 9
Nominal wire size
1.5 mm
1.5 mm
2.5 mm
1.5 mm
1.5 mm
1.5 mm
1.5 mm
1.5 mm
2.5 mm
2.5 mm
2.5 mm
Wire colour
Yellow
Blue
White
Green
Brown
Red
Black
Pink
Orange
Grey
White/black
2.5 mm
White/red
4
Setting up the Groundhog
Section 6
Positioning
Nosecone
The Groundhog is designed for use on firm level
ground which is able to support the weight of the
unit and its load. During use, the trailer MUST be
uncoupled from the tow vehicle.
Take a firm hold of the nosecone security cover
handle to prevent it from swinging down and
causing injury. Remove the safety clip and release
the antiluce clip, then carefully lower the cover.
Drive the Groundhog to where it will be used and
manoeuvre into position. Apply the towing
vehicle’s parking brake and switch off the engine.
Next, apply the Groundhog’s parking brake.
Uncouple the Groundhog from the towing
vehicle and move the vehicle to a safe location.
1. Nosecone Cover Securing Bolt (Anti Luce)
2. Nosecone Cover Safety Clip (Pin & Chain)
Once in position, use the key supplied to lock
the nosecone lock. If this lock is not secured,
the unit could be removed from site without
requiring entry.
Make a thorough inspection of the ground below
the Groundhog and remove any foreign objects
which may cause problems.
1
Remove rear lighting board before lowering the
Groundhog.
2
Raising and lowering
The Groundhog is fitted with a swinging axle
which allows the shell to be lowered to the
ground. The design also means that the wheels
are “hidden” under the body of the unit.
Once lowered, the controls and tow hitch are
secure under a lockable steel cover (nosecone).
CAUTION
Keep clear of the raised unit at ALL TIMES.
NEVER enter the underside of the shell for any
reason unless it is being held by suitable supports
(correctly rated axle stands for example).
DO NOT use the hydraulic jacks as a means of
support. Use them ONLY for changing the unit
from road towable to static and vice versa.
5
Nosecone
Lock
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Operating instructions
Section 7
Operators Manual
Single axle electric
hydraulic operating
instructions - press button
CAUTION
Keep clear of the raised unit at ALL TIMES.
NEVER enter the underside of the shell for any
reason unless it is being held by suitable supports
(correctly rated axle stands for example).
Arrival at site
DO NOT use the hydraulic jacks as a means of
support. Use them ONLY for changing the unit
from road towable to static and vice versa.
Lower rams by pressing UP button (1) on control
box (Fig A) until road wheels are clear of ground
Move spring bolt (4) into open position (Fig B)
Pull lever (5) into open position (Fig C)
Remove jockey wheel (6 & 7), by turning
anti-clockwise, release locking handle, remove
jockey wheel, handle and pad (Fig D)
A
1
3
Release handbrake to “Off” position
2
Fig E shows removed jockey wheel
Press DOWN button (2) on control box (Fig A) to
lower unit to the ground
B
C
4
Lower steel shroud over drawbar and lock in
closed position
5
Departure from site
Open shroud and secure in upright position with
antiluce locking catch
D
E
6
Pull handbrake to the “ON” position
Press UP button until road wheels are clear of
ground
Replace jockey wheel into its clamp with the pad
and locking handle, rotating jockey wheel handle
clockwise to attach lower wheel shaft
7
F
Push lever (5) to lock axle pins
Release spring bolt (4)
Press DOWN button (2) to raise the rams until the
unit is level, on its wheels, supported by jockey
wheel
Continue to press DOWN button to fully retract
hydraulic rams
6
Operating instructions
Section 7
cont.
Twin Axle Electric
Hydraulic Operating
Instructions - GP500 only
Arrival at site
Lower front rams (3) by pressing the offside ‘UP’
button (1) until front wheels are clear of ground
(Fig A).
Remove jockey wheel by turning anti-clockwise,
release locking handle, remove jockey wheel,
handle and pad (Fig B)
Lower rear rams by pressing the nearside ‘UP’
button (1) until all wheels are clear of ground
(Fig C).
Release handbrake to “Off” position
CAUTION
Keep clear of the raised unit at ALL TIMES.
NEVER enter the underside of the shell for any
reason unless it is being held by suitable supports
(correctly rated axle stands for example).
DO NOT use the hydraulic jacks as a means of
support. Use them ONLY for changing the unit
from road towable to static and vice versa.
NOTE:
In the event of a flat battery, 12 volt power cables
(supplied) can be connected to the grey plug
mounted above the drawbar and an external
12 volt battery.
Move spring bolt (4) into open position (Fig D)
Pull knob (5) fully out to release axle pins (Fig D)
A
Press the ‘Down’ buttons (2) alternately (Fig A) to
lower unit to the ground
B
1
1
2
2
Lower steel shroud over drawbar and lock in
closed position (Fig E)
3
Departure from site
C
D
Open shroud and secure in upright position with
antiluce locking catch (Fig F)
Raise front rams by Pressing the offside ‘UP’ button
(1), until front wheels are clear of ground
Replace jockey wheel into its clamp with the pad
and locking handle, rotating jockey wheel handle
clockwise to attach lower wheel shaft
Lower rear rams by pressing the nearside ‘Up’
button (1) until all wheels are clear of ground
Push in knob (5) to lock axle pin (Fig D)
Release spring bolt (4) (Fig D)
Pull handbrake to the “ON” position
Press the ‘Down’ buttons (2) alternately until unit
sits level on all wheels and is supported by the
jockey wheel
Continue to press both ‘Down’ buttons (Fig A)
until hydraulic rams are retracted fully
7
5
4
E
F
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Replacing a wheel
Section 8
Operators Manual
If you suffer a puncture when towing the welfare
unit, follow the next set of instructions ONLY if the
unit is on level ground and in a position which
does not place the operators life at risk.
Apply the welfare unit’s parking brake and
unhitch the unit from the towing vehicle.
Remove both lower retaining bolts from
the leaf-spring mounting plate. M10 - 17mm
Spanners x2.
Use the hydraulic system to jack the unit up until
you are able to gain access to the wheel nuts.
Remove the wheel and replace with a suitable
spare wheel.
Now lower the unit back onto its wheels, then
replace the two lower retaining bolts.
Check that the wheel nuts are correctly tightened
(120 NM). M16 - 24mm socket.
Lower retaining bolt
M10 x 100mm
Hex Head Bolt
c/w Nyloc Nut
Replacing a wheel - Step by step guide
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Apply the welfare unit’s
parking brake and
unhitch the unit from the
towing vehicle.
Remove lower
retaining bolt.
Loosen wheel nuts.
Lift unit using hydraulic
system.
Remove wheel nuts.
Step 6
Step 7
Step 8
Step 9
Step 10
Remove wheel.
Replace punctured tyre.
Tighten wheel nuts.
Lower unit back down to
towing position.
Replace lower
retaining bolt.
Tighten wheel nuts
to (120 NM).
8
Towing
Section 9
Towing restrictions
You are advised that the Groundhog Mobile
Welfare Unit should not be towed at speeds
greater than 50 mph. The unit is not designed for
high speed towing or manoeuvring.
Towing vehicle suitability
The towing vehicle must be suitable for towing
the Groundhog, which has a gross weight of
1800 kg (GP360). 2300 kg (GP500 Twin Axle).
Towing brackets
The towing vehicle must have a properly fitted,
manufacturer approved towing bracket of the
correct specification for the vehicle and be fitted
in accordance with the vehicle manufacturers
recommendations.
Vehicle registration plate
The welfare unit must display an approved style
registration “number” plate with the same
registration mark of the towing vehicle whenever
used on the road.
Towing mirrors
You may require wing mirror extensions if your
view is obscured by the welfare unit.
Attaching the Groundhog
to the towing vehicle
The following instructions are conditional upon
the Mobile Welfare Unit being ready to tow.
1. Position the unit on level ground and apply the
parking brake.
2. Ball Turn the jockey wheel operating handle
anti-clockwise to raise the coupling head
higher than the vehicle’s tow ball. (Fig A)
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2. Eye Turn the jockey wheel operating handle
anti-clockwise to raise the coupling head in line
with the vehicle’s tow jaw, remove R-Clip and
then remove towing pin from vehicle’s tow jaw.
(Fig B)
3. Ball Manoeuvre the towing vehicle to the unit
until the coupling head is directly over the tow
ball. Fully apply the handbrake of the towing
vehicle and switch its engine off. (Fig C)
3. Eye Manoeuvre the towing vehicle to the unit
until the coupling head is directly inserted into
the vehicle’s tow jaw. Fully apply the handbrake
of the towing vehicle and switch its engine off.
(Fig D)
4. Ball Raise and hold the coupling head handle in
the raised position(Fig E). Now, turn the jockey
wheel operating handle clockwise until the
coupling head is in place on the ball. Allow the
coupling to close on the ball (Fig F). Carefully
check that the ball is correctly in place.
4. Eye Carefully check that the Eye is correctly in
place. Now, fully insert the towing pin through
the vehicle’s tow jaw and eye connection.
Reattach R-Clip to pin to ensure pin cannot work
itself free when towing. (Fig G)
5. Ball & Eye Attach the breakaway cable to a
suitable location on the towing vehicle. (Fig H)
6. Ball & Eye Once the unit is coupled to the
towing vehicle, release the welfare unit’s
handbrake. (Fig I)
7. Ball & Eye Fully raise the jockey wheel, then
raise and lock the jockey wheel assembly clear
of the ground with the wheel facing to the rear
(Fig J for Ball) (Fig K for Eye). Secure the clamp.
Attach the lighting cable plug to the towing
vehicle’s socket and check that all the lights are
working correctly. (Fig L)
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Towing
Operators Manual
Section 9
Ball connection
Eye connection
Universal ball/pin connection
These images refer to towing instructions on previous page.
Figure A (Ball)
Figure B (Eye)
Figure C (Ball)
Figure D (Eye)
Figure E (Ball)
Figure F (Ball)
Figure G (Eye)
Figure H (Ball & Eye)
Figure I (Ball & Eye)
Figure J (Ball)
Figure K (Eye)
Figure L (Ball & Eye)
10
Notes
11
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Operators Manual
Fusion Interior
The following section refers to the interior
of the GP360 Fusion.
Fusion Interior
Internal electrical system
Microwave oven
Cup dispenser
Drinking water
Soap dispenser
Paper towel dispenser
Under worktop storage
Water heater & tap
Sink & waste water
Diesel powered Air Top 2000ST
heating system
12-21
13-14
15
15
16
16
16
16
17
17
18
Diesel powered heating system
fuel pump and filter
19
Frost stat protection
Heating outlets/inlets
Remote temperature sensor
Battery Guard
Pro Charge Ultra
Window
Toilet
12V Teal Handeman & Timer Switch
19
19
19
20
20
21
21
21
12
Interior - Fusion
Battery Charger
10 Amp
Internal electrical system
Section 10
Sockets Autowash
16 Amp
In the kitchen/rest room there is a consumer unit
which controls the power distribution and is fitted
with suitably rated MCB’s and an RCD.
RCD
Below the unit is a power selector switch used
to select either the power outlet sockets or
the hand wash water heater. If the ‘Hand Wash’
is selected, no power will be available from
the power sockets. This is to prevent overload
on generator.
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION
•
•
•
•
•
Power
Selector
Switch
TYPE OF SUPPLY - ON BOARD GENERATOR
VOLTAGE RATING - 230 VOLT - 50HZ
NUMBER OF SUPPLIES - SINGLE PHASE
EARTHING ARRANGEMENT - NEUTRAL / EARTH
MAXIMUM LOAD - 25 AMPS
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION
•
•
•
•
•
TYPE OF SUPPLY - ON BOARD GENERATOR
VOLTAGE RATING - 230 VOLT - 50HZ
NUMBER OF SUPPLIES - SINGLE PHASE
EARTHING ARRANGEMENT - NEUTRAL / EARTH
MAXIMUM LOAD - 25 AMPS
230V wiring diagram
230VAC 4.0SY BRN 3CORE
L
0VAC 4.0SY BLU 3CORE
N
EARTH 4.0SY GRN 3CORE
E
G1
6KVA
COMMS
- VE
+ VE
ON/OFF
START
ENGINE
ON
LOW OIL
PRESSURE
RCU1
COMMS
0VDC 16.0 BLK
12VDC 16.0 RED
1
2
2/4A (FROM BATTERY)
2/3A (FROM BATTERY)
GENERATOR START PANEL
RCD1
69A
MDB
EARTH 1.5 GRN
N
E
230V / 30A
L
BATTERY
CHARGER
SFS1
230V / 13A
SFS3
230V / 1A
+
-
N
E
Earth Bonding Requirements
Regulations 717.411.6.2, 717.415 and 415.1.1
Groundhog Mobile units observe all above regulations.
The onboard generator is fitted with a 25A M.C.B, 30mA R.C.D that also
protects the system.
A further 63A, 30mA R.C.D is fitted within the distribution board feeding
all the internal appliances. The total electrical installation is individually
tested and certified by an independent electrical contractor, and
appropriate test certificates issued prior to the unit leaving the factory.
Mobile units are operated via the onboard generator, they do not
require to be earthed separately via an earth rod, unless it has been
instructed under certain circumstances, however a rod connection point
has been provided in case of the supply being via a separate generator
3
M
1~
2/4A
L
SHURFLO PUMP
230V / 0.9A
M1
4
12V / 60A
MEGA
FUSE
MW1
230V
F1
12VDC 16.0 RED
E
N
L
2.5 FLEX CABLE
(TO BATTERY)
0VDC 16.0 BLK
230V / 13A
2/3A
E
N
L
L N E
230V TOUCH
TIMER SWITCH
SET TO 20S
L
2.5 FLEX CABLE
BATTCHRG1
TSW1
AWASH1 SOL
3KW
EARTH 1.5 GRN
L
UNSFS1
230V / 13A
UN-SWITCHED
FUSED SPUR
0VAC 2.5 BLU
FOR
SFS2
230V / 13A
230VAC 2.5 BRN
PRESS
0VAC 2.5 BLU
HANDWASH
MAIN
ISOLATOR
N
1 SOCKETS
0
2 HAND WASH
CHOS1
230V / 16A
230VAC 4.0 BRN
0VAC 2.5 BLU
EARTH 1.5 GRN
MCB2
230V / 10A
230VAC_2.5_BRN
HAND WASH
SSKT1
6 WAY
6 WAY
MDB
GND1 10.0 TO M10 BRASS STUD
MCB1
230V / 16A
230VAC 2.5 BRN
13
NOTICE
THE USE OF AN EARTH ROD IS NOT REQUIRED
WHILST THE GROUNDHOG MOBILE IS CONNECTED
TO THE ON-BOARD GENERATOR,
HOWEVER IF A REMOTE SUPPLY IS CONNECTED
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
TO ENSURE SUITABLE EARTH IS CONNECTED.
E
L
APPLIANCE CONNECTION
2P + E
200-250V
32A
N
1
(TO BATTERY)
or mains power and to comply with BS7671 and Regulation
No:717.411.4 T.N. System in the UK a TN-C-S System shall not be used to
supply a mobile or transportable unit except:- Where the installation is
continuously under the supervision of a skilled or instructed person and
the suitability and effectiveness of the means of earthing has been
confirmed before the connection is made.
Note: If an external earth rod/facility is connected to the unit this must
be inspected and tested to ensure the correct level of earth protection
is achieved.
Testing: Once the units leave the Groundhog factory it is the Hirer/User
to ensure once on site it is visually inspected on a regular basis and an
electrical inspection/test is undertaken every 12 months by a suitably
competent approved E.C.A or N.I.C, contractor/engineer and an
appropriate certificate is supplied and a copy is kept within the holder
fitted to each unit.
RED
3
3HR
TIMER
RELAY
R1
4COREX1.0MM LOOM
WEBASTO
HEATING 5A
ON
T R O
0
T
E A E
WHTRED
BLU BLK
FUSION CONTROL PANEL
+
INDICATOR
BATTERY
-
BATT_IND1
RED/BRN
2COREX0.75MM LOOM
0VDC 1.0 BRN
12VDC 1.0 WHT
SPARE
TOILET LIGHTS
10 AMP
12VDC 16.0 RED
GENERATOR
CANTEEN LIGHTS 10A
0VDC 6.0 BLK
12V
HANDEMAN1
TS1
-
+
1/5D
1/4A
NEGATIVE TERMINAL ON BATTERY
POSITIVE TERMINAL ON BATTERY
HANDEMAN
HANDWASH
12V TOUCH
TIMER SWITCH
SET @ 15-20MIN
TSW1
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
12VDC 16.0 RED
BAT1
130AH
LED3
12V
LED LIGHTS
BUILT-IN
PIR SENSOR
PLANT ROOM
PIR2
-
+
.
1/L
1
.
1
.
N
BLU
.
2
.
2
.
3/31
3
.
3
.
.
.
3/31
3
.
3
3/31
3/31
WH
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN or YEL)
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN or YEL)
BPRO1
.
2/54G
.
2/54G
2/54G
2
.
2
2/54G
E
GRN/YEL
+ + IN
N (BLUE)
+
+ OUT
N (BLUE)
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
L (BRN)
CONT1
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
L (BRN)
CONT1
+
+
12VDC 1.0 RED
RED
5
10A 3
+
12VDC 3.0 RED
5
5A
20A 1
-
BRN
OFF
12VDC 1.0 RED
12VDC 1.0 RED
+
+
SPARE
0VDC 1.0 BLK
0VDC 1.0 BLK
+
-
-
-
SOL2
SOL2
SOL1
SOL1
10A
10A
6
4
2
LED2
12V
LIGHT
LED1
12V
LED LIGHTS
BUILT-IN
PIR SENSOR
MESS ROOM
PIR1
12VDC 6.0 RED
6
4
2
12V
FUSE
BOARD
-
0VDC 1.0 BLK
3
-
0VDC 3.0 BLK
1
PROG/
ALARM MINUS
CURRENT
BATTERY PROTECT 12/24V
12VFB1
12V / 40A
.
1/L
1/L
.
1
.
1
1/L
.
L
BRN
1/5D
0VDC 3.0 BLK
SINGLE AXLE
0VDC 1.0 BLK
SOL1
0VDC 6.0 BLK
1/4A
12VDC 16.0 RED
3
FROM CHARGER
1
TO GENERATOR
-
HANDEMAN
20 AMP
FEMALE
7 PIN
12V S-PLUG
& SOCKET
MALE
FEMALE
7 PIN
12V S-PLUG
& SOCKET
MALE
-
L
BRN
BRN
BRN
N
BLU
BLU
BLU
GP360 FUSION 12 VOLT
FUSE BOARD
WEBASTO
AIRTOP 2000ST
C
FROST_STAT1 HTR_CONT1
1
BLUE
0VDC 3.0 BRN
-
12VDC 3.0 RED
+
RED/BLU/BLK/WHT
WHT
WEBAIR1
UNSFS2
12V / 20A
UN-SWITCHED
FUSED SPUR
H
12VDC 6.0 RED
E
GRN/YEL
GRN or YEL GRN or YEL
SINGLE AXLE
-
+
-
+
WH
WH
L (BRN)
N (BLUE)
L (BRN)
LED4
12V
LED LIGHTS
PIR SENSOR
TOILET ROOM
PIR3
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
N (BLUE)
L (BRN)
CONT2
N (BLUE)
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
L (BRN)
CONT2
N (BLUE)
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
-
+
TWIN AXLE
TWIN AXLE
CONT1
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
HYDPWRPK1
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN/YEL)
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN/YEL)
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN/YEL)
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN/YEL)
CONT1
WH
-
SOL1
0VDC 16.0 BLK
ROOM LIGHTS 10A
BLK
R
L
+
0VDC 16.0 BLK
2
TO GENERATOR
4
FROM CHARGER
+
+
+
12VDC 3.0 RED
12VDC 16.0 RED
-
0VDC 16.0 BLK
-
+
+ +
-
+
+ +
+
-
+
+ +
-
Interior - Fusion
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Operators Manual
12V wiring diagram
14
Interior - Fusion
Section 10
cont.
Microwave oven
The model of microwave oven will vary and you
are advised to use the manufacturers instructions
supplied with the Welfare Unit.
Heat
Setting
Door
Timer
Rotating
Base
Door
Release
Button
However, here is a brief description of the three
basic controls.
Heat setting
Turn the dial to select the level of cooking.
Timer dial
Turn the dial clockwise to the time required, a bell
will ring when the cooking time is complete.
Lid
Door release
To open the door and stop the microwave, press
the door release button.
Cup dispenser
This is a simple holder for disposable cups
which is filled from the top and dispensed from
the bottom.
Single
socket
for kettle
Switched
fuse spur
for microwave
Kettle
Microwave
Cup
Dispenser
Control
panel
Consumer
Unit
Power
Selector
Switch
Cup
Dispenser
Drinking
Water
15
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Interior - Fusion
Section 10
cont.
Operators Manual
Drinking water
Securing
Strap
Drinking water should only be taken from the wall
mounted ‘drinking water’ container. This container
can be filled from a suitable mains water supply
provided the water is fit for human consumption.
Alternatively, refill the container with bottled water.
Carry
Handle
Shelf
Always secure to its wall mount shelf with the
securing strap provided.
DO NOT use the container for any other purpose.
If you do, it must be disposed of and a
replacement obtained.
Tap
A
B
C
D
Soap dispenser
To insert or remove a soap cartridge, first push the
release button located under the unit(A), the
catch will release the cover, lower carefully. Simply
remove soap cartridge and replace(B).
To obtain soap, press the dosing button with the
palm of your hand.
Paper towel dispenser
The towel dispenser is designed for use with
paper towels. To open, push key in to the top of
the front panel(C) and swing down.
Fill the unit with the towels(D) and close the panel
ensuring the release button re-engages.
Under worktop storage
Situated beneath work surface is a storage area for
cutlery, cups, plates and a storage container. Before
towing ensure all loose items are secured away.
16
Interior - Fusion
Section 10
cont.
Kitchen/
Rest Room
Water heater & tap
The handwash delivers warm water instantaneously
and is delivered via a pump located beneath the
worktop. The water used is stored in a 20 litre
container beneath the sink. Only fill the container
with fresh clean water.
Before operating the tap and heater, first check
that the power selector switch situated below the
main distribution box is set to the ‘2 Handwash’
position. Secondly, check that the fresh water
container is full.
To adjust the water temperature turn the heat dial
clockwise to decrease and anti-clockwise to
increase.
After approximately 20-30 seconds the handwash
will automatically turn off.
Sink & waste water
Waste water from the sink is collected in a
container positioned next to the fresh water
container. Regularly check the container for
content and empty as necessary.
To operate the heater first turn on the ‘Handwash
Main Isolator(A) then press the handwash touch
button(B).
A
Handwash
Isolator
Switch
Paper
Towel
Dispenser
Water
Heater
Button
B
Heat
Adjuster
Soap
Dispenser
Sink
Fresh
Water
Waste
Water
17
Interior - Fusion
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Operators Manual
Section 10
cont.
Diesel powered
heating system
heating frost stat
(set to 5ºC)
Heater control
Battery voltage
indicator
Diesel powered Air Top 2000ST heating system
To operate the airtop heating system simply
rotate the heater controller on the control panel
above the work top in the messroom clockwise
until the green triangle illuminates. Using the
rotary controller you can adjust the fan speed of
the heater to give you variable temperatures for
different climates. After use return the rotary
controller to the off position, failing this the heater
has a built in 3 hour timer relay which will shut the
heating down after 3 hours of operation.
To restart the heating simply turn the rotary
controller anti clockwise to the off position, then
rotate clockwise to your preferred heat setting.
Diesel powered heating system exhaust outlet
CAUTION, HOT: DO NOT OBSTRUCT
Diesel powered Air Top 2000ST heating system
18
Interior - Fusion
Section 10
cont.
Diesel powered heating
system fuel pump and filter
Diesel powered heating system fuel pump and
filter are situated in the generator room. To gain
access remove no.8 pan head screws from cover.
Frost stat protection
While the abient air temperature in the messroom
is below 5 degrees the heating system will be in
frost stat mode to prevent frost damage within
the unit. During this time the heater will run to
keep the abient air temperature just above 5
degrees, if you wish to increase the temperature
rotate the rotary controller clockwise to preferred
heat setting.
Be aware while the heating system is in frost
stat mode the rotary controller will operate as
normal but the green triangle will not
illuminate.
Frost stat
Cold air intlet
Heating outlets/inlets
CAUTION
DO NOT obstruct outlets/inlets as this could
cause the diesel powered heating system to
overheat.
Canteen
Hot air
outlets
Generator room
Remote temperature
sensor
Remote temperature sensor monitors the
ambient air temperature of the messroom.
19
Interior - Fusion
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Operators Manual
Section 10
cont.
Non Switched
Fused Spur
(Battery Charger)
12V Fuse Board
Battery Guard
Inline Fuse
60 Amp (From
Charger to
Battery)
Sterling Power
30 Amp Pro
Charge
130 Amp/Hour
AGM Battery
Battery Guard
The universal programmable Battery Guard
prevents the excessive discharge of the Battery
(which would damage the battery) and protects
electronic appliances against overvoltage. The BG
has an “Automatic Board System Detection”; the
BG automatically detects the battery voltage
(12v). This does not need to be programmed
manually.
The battery guard is set to an under voltage of
11.6 volts at which point all 12 volt power will be
cut to the unit, To gain 12 volt power simply start
the generator and leave to run to fully recharge
the 130 amp hour battery (After 1 minute of the
generator running you should have full use of the
12 volt power).
The generator has a built in run timer which will
allow the generator to run for 2 hours at which
point it will shut itself down, After the generator
has run you should find you have sufficient 12 volt
power to run the 12 volt appliances for around
6 hours.
Pro Charge Ultra
The Pro Charge Ultra unit will operate when
generator is running. During this period the Pro
Charge Ultra unit charges the 130A/hr battery.
LED light
Battery Guard
20
Interior - Fusion
Section 10
cont.
Window
The window is protected by steel shutters, which
are locked internally and can only be opened
from inside the rest room.
To access the shutters, first open the window.
To open the window, release the catch and slide
the left hand glass panel open, release lock bolt to
open the steel shutters.
When leaving the welfare unit unattended or
when transporting, the steel shutters should be
closed and locked.
Secure shutters to unit
Open
Section 10
cont.
Hand pump
toilet
Toilet
Locking
Spring
Catches
Toilet
The toilet is a self contained unit which uses toilet
fluids for flushing. Filling and emptying the toilet
reservoir should be undertaken by a suitable toilet
service provider.
Pump
Handle
To operate the toilet flush after use, move the
pump lever back and forth until the toilet bowl
is clear.
12V Teal Handeman &
Timer Switch
LED light
To operate Teal Handeman press touch button on
timer switch then lower sink into position. Pull
lever on tap for water supply, after use return sink
to closed position to empty basin into the toilet
effluent tank.
Handeman
master timer
switch
CHECK WATER LEVEL DAILY
In the event of no water, the LED will flash and the
power will be locked out. To reset refill with water
and remove and replace the fuse.
Timer Switch is set for 15 - 20 minutes after which
power is cut to Handeman.
21
• Holds 2.5 litres fresh water
• Holds 2 litres of wash water
• Low voltage at 10.5V
N.B. In Freezing Weather, Drain the Unit over night
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Operators Manual
Fusion+ Interior
The following section refers to the interior
of the GP360 Fusion+.
Fusion+ Interior
Internal electrical system
22-31
23-24
Microwave oven
25
Cup dispenser
25
Drinking water
26
Soap dispenser
26
Paper towel dispenser
26
Under worktop storage
26
Sink wash area
27
Waste water
27
Setting the water temperature
27
Diesel powered Thermo Top C
28
heating system
Diesel powered heating system
29
fuel pump and filter
Frost stat protection
29
Heating outlets/inlets
29
Remote temperature sensor
29
Battery Guard
30
Pro Charge Ultra
30
Window
31
Toilet wash area
31
22
Interior - Fusion+
Section 10
Battery Charger
10 Amp
Internal electrical system
Sockets Autowash
16 Amp
In the kitchen/rest room there is a consumer unit
which controls the power distribution and is fitted
with suitably rated MCB’s and an RCD.
RCD
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION
•
•
•
•
•
TYPE OF SUPPLY - ON BOARD GENERATOR
VOLTAGE RATING - 230 VOLT - 50HZ
NUMBER OF SUPPLIES - SINGLE PHASE
EARTHING ARRANGEMENT - NEUTRAL / EARTH
MAXIMUM LOAD - 25 AMPS
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION
•
•
•
•
•
TYPE OF SUPPLY - ON BOARD GENERATOR
VOLTAGE RATING - 230 VOLT - 50HZ
NUMBER OF SUPPLIES - SINGLE PHASE
EARTHING ARRANGEMENT - NEUTRAL / EARTH
MAXIMUM LOAD - 25 AMPS
230V wiring diagram
G1
6KVA
230VAC 4.0SY BRN 3CORE
L
0VAC 4.0SY BLU 3CORE
N
- VE
0VDC 16.0 BLK
EARTH 4.0SY GRN 3CORE
E
+ VE
12VDC 16.0 RED
1
2
2/4A (FROM BATTERY)
2/3A (FROM BATTERY)
RCU1
GENERATOR START PANEL
NOTICE
THE USE OF AN EARTH ROD IS NOT REQUIRED
WHILST THE GROUNDHOG MOBILE IS CONNECTED
TO THE ON-BOARD GENERATOR,
E
L
START
LOW OIL
PRESSURE
HOWEVER IF A REMOTE SUPPLY IS CONNECTED
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
TO ENSURE SUITABLE EARTH IS CONNECTED.
T
6 WAY
0VAC 2.5 BLU
EARTH 1.5 GRN
EARTH 1.5 GRN
0VAC 2.5 BLU
UNSFS1
230V / 13A
UN-SWITCHED
FUSED SPUR
230VAC 2.5 BRN
MCB2
230V / 10A
MCB1
230V / 16A
230VAC 2.5 BRN
6 WAY
MDB
GND1_10.0_TO M10 BRASS STUD
MDB
RCD1
69A
N
1
APPLIANCE CONNECTION
2P + E
200-250V
32A
ON/OFF
ENGINE
ON
COMMS
COMMS
L
N
E
2.5 FLEX
CABLE
BATTCHRG1
230V / 30A
Earth Bonding Requirements
Regulations 717.411.6.2, 717.415 and 415.1.1
Groundhog Mobile units observe all above regulations.
The onboard generator is fitted with a 25A M.C.B, 30mA R.C.D that also
protects the system.
A further 63A, 30mA R.C.D is fitted within the distribution board feeding
all the internal appliances. The total electrical installation is individually
tested and certified by an independent electrical contractor, and
appropriate test certificates issued prior to the unit leaving the factory.
Mobile units are operated via the onboard generator, they do not
require to be earthed separately via an earth rod, unless it has been
instructed under certain circumstances, however a rod connection point
has been provided in case of the supply being via a separate generator
23
2/4A
3
E
N
L
MW1
230V
12V / 60A
MEGA
FUSE
(TO BATTERY)
+
-
4
F1
12VDC 16.0 RED
0VDC 16.0 BLK
SSKT1
230V / 13A
2/3A
E
N
L
BATTERY
CHARGER
SFS1
230V / 13A
(TO BATTERY)
or mains power and to comply with BS7671 and Regulation
No:717.411.4 T.N. System in the UK a TN-C-S System shall not be used to
supply a mobile or transportable unit except:- Where the installation is
continuously under the supervision of a skilled or instructed person and
the suitability and effectiveness of the means of earthing has been
confirmed before the connection is made.
Note: If an external earth rod/facility is connected to the unit this must
be inspected and tested to ensure the correct level of earth protection
is achieved.
Testing: Once the units leave the Groundhog factory it is the Hirer/User
to ensure once on site it is visually inspected on a regular basis and an
electrical inspection/test is undertaken every 12 months by a suitably
competent approved E.C.A or N.I.C, contractor/engineer and an
appropriate certificate is supplied and a copy is kept within the holder
fitted to each unit.
0VDC 3.0 BLK
GENERATOR
P.W.M
MODULE
HTR1
THERMOTOP
HEATER
BLACK 0.5MM
F2
12V / 20A
PIN3
+ -
BLACK 2MM
PWM_MOD1
HEATER
BLOWER
HTR_BLOW1
RED 2MM
WEBASTO
HEATING 5A
ROOM LIGHTS 10A
+
WIRING LOOM
WATER PUMP
20 AMP
+ -
SPARE
TOILET LIGHTS
10 AMP
86
4
2 1
R1
7CORE 1.0 BLU
7CORE 1.0 RED
87a
85
30
87
1/4A
-
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
TS1
WEBASTO
RELAY
2
1
0
HTR_CONT1
HEATER
CONTROL
7CORE 1.0 YEL
7CORE 1.0 BLK
CANTEEN LIGHTS 10A
BROWN 0.75MM
1
+
3
7CORE 1.0 WHT
-
7CORE 1.0 BRN
INDICATOR
BATTERY
BATT_IND1
BAT1
130AH
FROST_STAT1
OFF
ON
SS1
+
1/5D
12VDC 16.0 RED
3
(FROM CHARGER)
1
(TO GENERATOR)
1/4A
12VDC 16.0 RED
1/5D
0VDC 16.0 BLK
M
1~
12V
PUMP
+
M1
LED3
12V
LED LIGHTS
BUILT-IN
PIR SENSOR
PLANT ROOM
PIR2
OFF
ON
SS2
FEMALE
7 PIN
12V S-PLUG
& SOCKET
MALE
FEMALE
7 PIN
12V S-PLUG
& SOCKET
MALE
.
.
.
3
.
3/31
3
.
3
.
.
3/31
3/31
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN or YEL)
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
+
5A
5
10A 3
5
OFF
12VDC 1.0 RED
12VDC 1.0 RED
+
+
SPARE
0VDC 1.0 BLK
0VDC 1.0 BLK
+
-
-
-
SOL2
SOL2
10A
10A
6
4
2
LED2
12V
LIGHT
LED1
12V
LED LIGHTS
BUILT-IN
PIR SENSOR
MESS ROOM
PIR1
12VDC 1.0 RED
6
4
2
12V
FUSE
BOARD
20A 1
-
0VDC 1.0 BRN
3
1
12VDC 1.0 RED +
-
12VDC 3.0 RED +
-
0VDC 1.0 BLK
12VFB1
PROG/
ALARM MINUS
CURRENT
12V / 40A
0VDC 3.0 BLK
WH
+
+ OUT
BATTERY PROTECT 12/24V
+ + IN
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
N (BLUE)
L (BRN)
CONT1
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
N (BLUE)
L (BRN)
CONT1
SOL1
E (GRN or YEL)
BPRO1
.
2/54G
2
.
2
.
.
2
2/54G
2/54G
3
3/31
.
2
2/54G
12VDC 1.0 RED
-
+
-
.
1/L
1
.
1
.
.
1/L
1/L
1
.
1
1/L
.
L
BRN
L
BRN
N
BLU
N
BLU
BLU
BLU
BRN
BRN
E
GRN/YEL
E
GRN/YEL
-
0VDC 16.0 BLK
2
(TO GENERATOR)
4
(FROM CHARGER)
WHITE 0.75MM
12VDC 16.0 RED
GRN or YEL
GRN or YEL
SINGLE AXLE
+
-
-
+
0VDC 16.0 BLK
SOL1
0VDC 1.0 BLK
SOL1
0VDC 6.0 BLK
SINGLE AXLE
WH
WH
L (BRN)
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
N (BLUE)
L (BRN)
CONT2
N (BLUE)
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
L (BRN)
CONT2
N (BLUE)
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
L (BRN)
CONT1
N (BLUE)
RUN PUMP
RAMS DOWN
-
+
TWIN AXLE
TWIN AXLE
LED4
12V
LED LIGHTS
PIR SENSOR
TOILET ROOM
PIR3
HYDPWRPK1
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN/YEL)
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN/YEL)
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN/YEL)
ENERGIES
SOLENOID
E (GRN/YEL)
CONT1
WH
-
SOL1
12VDC 16.0 RED
-
GP360 FUSION+
12 VOLT FUSE BOARD
7CORE 1.0 GRN
-
+
12VDC 3.0 RED
+
-
+
+ +
-
+
+ +
+
-
+
+ +
-
Interior - Fusion+
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Operators Manual
12V wiring diagram
24
Interior - Fusion+
Section 10
cont.
Microwave oven
The model of microwave oven will vary and you
are advised to use the manufacturers instructions
supplied with the Welfare Unit.
Heat
Setting
Door
Timer
Rotating
Base
Door
Release
Button
However, here is a brief description of the three
basic controls.
Heat setting
Turn the dial to select the level of cooking.
Timer dial
Turn the dial clockwise to the time required, a bell
will ring when the cooking time is complete.
Lid
Door release
To open the door and stop the microwave, press
the door release button.
Cup dispenser
This is a simple holder for disposable cups
which is filled from the top and dispensed from
the bottom.
Single
socket
for kettle
Switched
fuse spur
for microwave
Cup
Dispenser
Control
panel
Consumer
Unit
Kettle
Microwave
Cup
Dispenser
Drinking
Water
25
360 Fusion & Fusion+
Interior - Fusion+
Section 10
cont.
Operators Manual
Drinking water
Securing
Strap
Drinking water should only be taken from the wall
mounted ‘drinking water’ container. This container
can be filled from a suitable mains water supply
provided the water is fit for human consumption.
Alternatively, refill the container with bottled water.
Carry
Handle
Shelf
Always secure to its wall mount shelf with the
securing strap provided.
DO NOT use the container for any other purpose.
If you do, it must be disposed of and a
replacement obtained.
Tap
A
B
C
D
Soap dispenser
To insert or remove a soap cartridge, first push the
release button located under the unit(A), the
catch will release the cover, lower carefully. Simply
remove soap cartridge and replace(B).
To obtain soap, press the dosing button with the
palm of your hand.
Paper towel dispenser
The towel dispenser is designed for use with
paper towels. To open, push key in to the top of
the front panel(C) and swing down.
Fill the unit with the towels(D) and close the panel
ensuring the release button re-engages.
Under worktop storage
Situated beneath work surface is a storage area for
cutlery, cups, plates and a storage container. Before
towing ensure all loose items are secured away.
26
Interior - Fusion+
Section 10
cont.
Kitchen/
Rest Room
Sink wash area
Mixer tap for
altering water
temperature
The wash area includes a sink with hot water tap,
soap dispenser and paper towel dispenser. To
operate the hot water push down percussion tap
and hot water will flow instantly.
Filler cap for
anti freeze
water
Waste water
Waste water from the sink is collected in a
container positioned next to the fresh water
container. Regularly check the container for
content and empty as necessary.
Fresh water
drain off
valve
Setting the water
temperature
Under the rear seating of the canteen you will find
a blue calorifier tank on which you will find a
mixer tap which you can turn up or down to alter
the temperature of the water from both push
button taps in your welfare unit.
CAUTION: MIXER TAP SET TO OPTIMUM TEMPERATURE.
SCALDING MAY OCCUR IF ALTERED.
12V pressure
switched
water pump
Paper
Towel
Dispenser
Bowl strainer/
filter
Soap
Dispenser
Push
button tap
Sink
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Fresh
Water
Waste
Water
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Section 10
12V water
pump isolator
switch
(fig 2)
cont.
Diesel powered
heating system
heating frost stat
(set to 5ºC)
Battery
indicator
Diesel powered
heating system
heating isolator
switch (fig 1)
Diesel powered
heating system
thermotop
heating controls
Fan speed
Heat setting
Diesel powered Thermo Top C heating system
To operate the diesel powered thermotop heating
system rotate the heating toggle switch on the
control panel above the work top in the
messroom clockwise to the on position, then
rotate both fan speed and heater temperature
dails clockwise too your preferred setting on the
heater control.
Fig. 1
After use please remember to rotate both heating
dails anticlockwise to the off position, after which
you should then rotate the toggle switch to the
off position.
Failure to do this will cause the heating to
flatten the battery.
Fig. 2
Diesel powered heating system exhaust outlet
CAUTION, HOT: DO NOT OBSTRUCT
Diesel powered heating system Thermo Top C
heating system
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Section 10
cont.
Diesel powered heating
system fuel pump and filter
Diesel powered heating system fuel pump and
filter are situated in the generator room. To gain
access remove no.8 pan head screws from cover.
Frost stat protection
While the abient air temperature in the messroom
is below 5 degrees the heating system will be in
frost stat mode to prevent frost damage within
the unit. During this time the heater will run to
keep the abient air temperature just above 5
degrees, if you wish to increase the temperature
rotate both fan speed and heater temperature
dails clockwise to your preferred heat setting.
Frost stat
Heating outlets/inlets
Hot air
outlets
CAUTION
DO NOT obstruct outlets/inlets as this could
cause the diesel powered heating system to
overheat.
Canteen
Toilet
Remote temperature
sensor
Remote temperature sensor monitors the
ambient air temperature of the messroom.
Located on the side of the control panel.
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Generator room
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Section 10
cont.
12V Fuse Board
Inline Fuse
60 Amp (From
Charger to
Battery)
Battery Guard
Sterling Power
30 Amp Pro
Charge
130 Amp/Hour
AGM Battery
Non Switched
Fused Spur
(Battery Charger)
Battery Guard
The universal programmable Battery Guard
prevents the excessive discharge of the Battery
(which would damage the battery) and protects
electronic appliances against overvoltage. The BG
has an “Automatic Board System Detection”; the
BG automatically detects the battery voltage
(12v). This does not need to be programmed
manually.
The battery guard is set to an under voltage of
11.6 volts at which point all 12 volt power will be
cut to the unit, To gain 12 volt power simply start
the generator and leave to run to fully recharge
the 130 amp hour battery (After 1 minute of the
generator running you should have full use of the
12 volt power).
The generator has a built in run timer which will
allow the generator to run for 2 hours at which
point it will shut itself down, After the generator
has run you should find you have sufficient 12 volt
power to run the 12 volt appliances for around
6 hours.
Pro Charge Ultra
The Pro Charge Ultra unit will operate when
generator is running. During this period the Pro
Charge Ultra unit charges the 130A/hr battery.
LED light
Battery Guard
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Section 10
cont.
Window
The window is protected by steel shutters, which
are locked internally and can only be opened
from inside the rest room.
To access the shutters, first open the window.
To open the window, release the catch and slide
the left hand glass panel open, release lock bolt to
open the steel shutters.
When leaving the welfare unit unattended or
when transporting, the steel shutters should be
closed and locked.
Secure shutters to unit
Open
Section 10
cont.
Hand pump
toilet
Toilet
Locking
Spring
Catches
Toilet
The toilet is a self contained unit which uses toilet
fluids for flushing. Filling and emptying the toilet
reservoir should be undertaken by a suitable toilet
service provider.
Pump
Handle
To operate the toilet flush after use, move the
pump lever back and forth until the toilet bowl
is clear.
Toilet wash area
To operate the hot water push down percussion tap
and hot water will flow instantly.
Push
button tap
Sink
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Generator
Section 11
Operators Manual
The on-board diesel generator is used to power
the hot water, power points and charge battery.
The generator is located in the warm room and is
self contained. The controls for starting and
stopping are within the canteen/rest room.
Before starting the generator, always check the
engine oil and fuel levels and top up as necessary.
With the unit level, remove the oil dipstick and
check that the level is in line with the maximum
marker. Top up, via oil filler neck, as necessary with
suitable engine oil (10w 40 Semi Synthetic).
To start the engine
The engine is fitted with an electric start and
automatic choke/throttle.
Press the ON/OFF button then press and hold the
start button until the engine is running.
Once running, allow the engine to warm up for at
least 2 minutes before using power. To stop the
engine, simply press the ON/OFF button.
Note: Timer switch is set to 2 hours min.
MGTP 6000 SS LA
Dipstick
Oil Filler
Diesel Generator
Fuel Cap
How to refill the fuel tank
Option 1
Option 2
Funnel with protective mesh
Option 1
1. Using the funnel, pour fuel directly from jerry can.
2. Clean surrounding area of any excess fuel.
Option 2
1. Pour fuel from jerry can into smaller container.
2. Using the funnel, pour fuel from container.
3. Clean surrounding area of any excess fuel.
CAUTION: NO SMOKING. NO NAKED FLAMES. DO NOT OVERFILL FUEL TANK.
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Servicing & maintenance
Section 12
Tightening,
lubricant,
brakes, and
mandatory
checking
Service intervals
1. 500 miles or 3 months (Whichever comes first)
a. U-Bolt torque setting (see page 37)
b. Wheel nuts (see page 35)
c. Tyre pressure (see page 35)
d. Coupling bolts (see page 34)
e. Coupling head bolts (see page 34)
f. Leaf spring shackle fixing bolts (see page 37)
2. 5000 miles or 6 months (Whichever comes first)
a. Full service inspection of entire unit
3. Every 5000 miles or 6 months thereafter
(Whichever comes first)
a. Full service inspection of entire unit
Option A
Groundhog ram supports
• Lift via hydraulic legs to acceptable height
• Place Groundhog ram supports beneath the
unit whilst works are being carried out
Available for purchase: Part No. GQ03 Ram Support
Reason for issuance
We at Groundhog feel that to achieve the
maximum life expectancy and best performance
our product. It should be serviced and inspected
at regular intervals as mentioned above. The
following paragraphs highlight the areas of
importance for inspection and regular
maintenance.
Serviceable items
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Towing Coupling
Coupling Safety Cable
Jockey Wheel
Hand Brake
Wheel Hub Brakes
Wheel Nuts and Tyres
Pull Rod Mechanised Parts
Axle Pins
Leaf Springs and Shackles
Leaf Spring U Bolt Assembly
Hydraulic Rams
Break Away Cable
Safe working practice
• When working on the under gear, ensure that
the unit is safely supported
• DO NOT RELY ON THE HYDRAULIC LEGS
• Please see suggestions opposite
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Option B
Axle stands
• Lift via forklift or suitable lifting apparatus
(Note: must be capable of supporting 1800KG)
• Place onto 4 axle stands (Note: must be capable
of supporting 1800KG)
• Make a final check of all stands before
proceeding with work beneath the Groundhog
Option C
Vehicle lift
• Ramp must be capable of supporting 1800KG
• Manoeuvre welfare unit in to correct position
making sure ramp arms are clear of unit
• Position ramp arms beneath unit side rails
and lift unit to desired height
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Section 12
cont.
Tightening,
lubricant,
brakes, and
mandatory
checking
Operators Manual
Service detail
1. Towing coupling, safety
cable, and jockey wheel
1. Ensure that the safety cable is present and in
good working condition
2. Apply grease to grease nipples lubricating the
coupling damper
3. Tighten M16x140mm class 8.8 bolts to 197 NM
(Newton Meters)
4. Remove jockey wheel (Hold wheel and rotate
handle to remove) and grease threaded boss
5. Check coupling gatar for damage
6. Check ball or eye coupling for excessive wear
7. Check draw tube and damper are not bent
Coupling bolts
M16x140 (197 NM)
Apply grease to grease
nipples using suitable
grease gun to lubricate
damper.
Check coupling
head bolt
Check
coupling
gatar for
damage
Remove top section
by rotating handle in
a clockwise direction.
Then grease threaded
boss as shown.
Ensure safety cable
is in good working
condition
Ball coupling
Draw tube
Damper
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Servicing & maintenance
Section 12
cont.
Tightening,
lubricant,
brakes, and
mandatory
checking
Service detail
2. Brakes, wheels,
and tyres
• Turn the wheel in a forward direction, while
turning the brake adjusting bolt clockwise, until
the wheel locks
• Ensure Bowden cables (brake cables) are
lubricated and operating freely
• If adjustment cannot be achieved or the brake
shoes make a grinding noise. Further inspection
and possible replacement may be necessary
• Turn the brake adjusting bolt anticlockwise until
the wheel turns freely without binding
• Adjustments to the handbrake should be
carried out after you have checked and made
any adjustments to the brake shoes
• To adjust the brake shoes, jack the wheels clear
of the ground and support the unit with a
suitable support, see option A or B
• Ensure wheel nuts are tightened to 120 NM and
that tyre pressure is 90PSI
• Check tyre tread to road legal regulations,
condition of brake cable at connect point
Brake shoe
inspection hole
Shoe adjustment bolt
‘Single axle’
brake cable arrangement
To right hand brake
(near side)
To left hand
brake (off side)
35
90 PSI
‘Twin axle’
brake cable arrangement
Lubricate this
area (all types)
Primary rod to
towing couple
Tighten to 120 NM
To right hand
front axle brake
To right hand
rear axle brake
To left hand
front axle brake
To left hand
rear axle brake
Primary rod to
towing couple
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Section 12
cont.
Tightening,
lubricant,
brakes, and
mandatory
checking
Operators Manual
Service detail
3. Pull rod mechanised
parts and axle pins
• Lubricate all parts of the mechanised system
which includes both Axle Pins, All Clevis Pins,
Pull Rod Guide, Tension Spring, and Swivel Plates
• Ensure M10x100 Leaf Spring resting bolt is
secure
• Involve and additional operative to engage and
disengage the mechanism whilst the other
checks for sound operation of the system
Check split pins
Grease pull rod guide
A (1 : 1.5)
B (1 : 1.3)
Grease
axle pins
Grease
nipple
(Galv
chassis)
Grease
clevis pin
Check
M10x100
bolt is
secure
Grease all clevis pins
and swivel plates
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Servicing & maintenance
Section 12
cont.
Tightening,
lubricant,
brakes, and
mandatory
checking
Service detail
4. Leaf springs, shackles,
and U bolt assembly
• Firstly, it is good practice to ensure that at all
times the 'U' bolt is suitably tightened to 81 NM.
Check that the leafs are not free to move and
securely clamped by the 'U' bolt and tensioning
plate
• When the leaf springs are due for inspection.
Elevate to option 'B' as shown in page 2. Place 2
additional stands beneath axle raising it from
the M10x100 bolts. The stands should be rated
for at least 250KG per pair allowing for a small
factor of safety. The M10X100 bolts will still be in
place for additional safety
Perform one at a time:
Loosen the M12 Nyloc nuts enough to lift the
tensioning plate so that the leafs of the spring are
visible for inspection. Do so in a diagonal pattern
so as not to disturb the parallel alignment of the
spring in the direction of the unit
• Check condition of 'U' bolts for any signs of
severe elongation or deformation. Replace if
required
• Check leaf spring for any signs of fatigue and or
creep fracture. If this exists replace springs
immediately. If ok, tighten springs in a reverse
pattern to ensure even tightening and parallel
alignment. It is good practice to pack the spring
centrally between the front axle pin plates to
ensure good parallel alignment after tightening.
• Additional paint could also be applied to the
springs if required to prevent corrosion.
A zinc enriched primer could also be utilized
to enhance rust protection
• Check M12 Shackle bracket is tightened to 81
NM and apply grease to grease nipple supplied
• Tighten M12x40mm class 8.8 bolts to 81 NM
and check their condition
M12X40mm
to 81NM
Tighten M12 nuts
to 81NM
M12 shackle bolt to
81NM and apply
grease
Position a pair of
stands lifting axle
from M10x100 bolt
Inspect as per
above instructions
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Servicing & maintenance
Section 12
cont.
Tightening,
lubricant,
brakes, and
mandatory
checking
Service detail
5. Preventing leaf spring
failure
1. 500 Mile / First 3 month mandatory inspection
It is a mandatory requirement, that after a
maximum of 500 miles. All 'U' bolts are checked
to a tightening torque of 81NM.
2. Equipment check (tightening)
Please ensure that your equipment is suitably
calibrated to achieve the above mentioned
torque setting. Failure to do so could result in a
loose fixing or bolt shearing
3. Sufficient greasing
Ensure grease is applied correctly to both
Leaf Springs.
Tighten to
81NM
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4. Leaf spring rust inspection
If your leaf springs are severely corroded this
can increase friction between the following:
• Tensioning plate and leaf spring
• Front Axle pin and leaf spring
• M12 shackle fixing and leaf spring
This can exert abnormal forces which are outside
of the springs normal working range resulting in
spring failure. If you feel that the springs are
subject to severe corrosion it is highly
recommended they are replaced immediately.
5. Avoid large potholes
It is inevitable that Groundhogs require towing
across uneven site grounds from time to time.
Where possible, large potholes should be
avoided to prevent springs being subjected to
abnormal loading conditions
M12 shackle
greasing point
Possible friction
points due to
corrosion
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Servicing & maintenance
Section 12
cont.
Tightening,
lubricant,
brakes, and
mandatory
checking
Service detail
6. Hydraulic rams
• Tighten M12x50mm class 8.8 bolts to 81 NM
and check their condition
• Check Ram condition
• Check for any hydraulic fluid leaks in the line
and at all connection points
• Apply grease to grease nipple as shown below
• Check hydraulic oil fill level in reservoir is correct
to level indicator. Groundhog recommends
AF 22 as the preferred brand of hydraulic oil
8
• Only check hydraulic oil level when rams are
fully retracted
5
7
6
10
3
11
Connection
points
1
4
2
M12x50
to 81NM
1. Negative stud
2. Positive stud
3. Motor
4. Hydraulic remote plug
5. Hydraulic oil feed
6. Hydraulic oil return
7. Solenoid block
8. Reservoir Filler cap
9. Ideal operating level
Grease
point
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10. Maximum level indicator
11. Minimum level indicator
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Frequently asked questions
Section 13
Where can I obtain replacement keys?
Replacement keys can be obtained by contacting
Groundhog. If all keys are lost a new lock must be
fitted. Replacement keys for toilet compartment
can be supplied by Groundhog.
What is the correct pressure
for the tyres?
Operators Manual
What is the recommended minimum service
interval for the toilet?
Once per week. Normal usage: 6 men = 5 days
What kVA can the generator supply?
Diesel = 6 kVA
What is the capacity of the generator fuel tank?
90 psi
48 litres
Where should I store the lighting tailboard
and jockey wheel?
How long will the generator run on a full tank
of fuel?
The Lighting Tailboard can be stored in the warm
room and the jockey wheel can be stored safely
under the Groundhog when lowered to the floor.
The diesel operated 6 kVA generator uses 1.9
litres/hour = approx 25 hours
How many litres of fresh water does the toilet
require?
30 litres
When does fluid used in the toilet require
replacing?
When water changes colour from blue
How much toilet fluid is required when
replacing the water?
Minimum of one 250 ml capful per full tank
What is the recommended service interval of
the generator?
Every 250 hours
What is the torque setting of the wheel nuts?
5 STUD M16 120NM
What is the recommended service interval of
the groundhog?
Every 3 months
What solution is used in the toilet?
Toilet fluid
Fault finder
Section 14
The generator will not start:
The hand wash will not operate:
The battery may be flat. Check the battery
charging unit is switched on - this can be found
below central seat fob.
Check the selector switch on the front wall is set
to ‘2 Handwash’.
Check the fuel level. The gauge is mounted in the
filler cap.
Check oil level.
The generator is running but I still have
no power:
Check that the RCD (mounted on the side of the
generator) is in the ‘ON’ position.
Check that the RCD and the MCB’s have not
tripped in the consumer board (on the interior
front wall of the welfare area).
Check the mains plug is connected below the
front nose cone.
Check the handwash main isolator switch situated
above the handwash touch button is on.
Check the pump isolator switch situated below
the sink is on.
Check the 13 amp fuse in isolator switch situated
directly above hand wash.
Check the 1 amp fuse in fused spur situated
below work top.
Check water level and ensure the flow is not
obstructed.
Make sure touch button is pressed to activate
hand wash.
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Fusion Winterising preparation
Section 15
Protecting your Fusion
water system over
the winter period
Step 3
Allowing water to freeze in the system of your
groundhog unit may result in damage to the
water pump and hand wash.
To help prevent this from happening it is advised
you follow the following procedures when unit is
not being used over night, or left for long periods
without use.
Switch off handwash main isolator switch,
situated above the handwash touch button.
Step 4
To bring handwash system out of winterised
mode, see page 14.
Note: There will be a short delay whilst the water
pump replenishes itself.
Step 1
Switch off pump isolator switch, situated below
the sink.
Step 5
Remove blue fresh water pipe from
the water butt below the sink.
Step 2
Turn power selector switch, situated under the
consumer unit to zero(0).
Step 6
Push handwash touch button, situated next to
heat adjuster and leave to run until all the water
has been pumped out of the system. This should
take approximately 20-30 seconds.
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Drain both fresh and waste water containers.
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Section 15
Operators Manual
Protecting your Fusion+
water system over
the winter period
Allowing water to freeze in the system of your
groundhog unit may result in damage to the
water pump.
Step 1
Step 4
Go to the control panel in the messroom, rotate
the water pump selector switch clockwise to the
“ON ” position.
Make your way to the toilet room, then press and
hold the tap again until the system runs dry.
Step 2
Step 5
Remove blue fresh water pipe from the
water butt below the sink.
Return to the control panel in the messroom,
rotate the water pump selector switch
anti-clockwise to the “OFF” position.
Step 3
Step 6
Push and hold the tap in the messroom until the
system runs dry.
Replace blue fresh water pipe ready for the next
time the unit is utilised.
To help prevent this from happening it is advised
you follow the following procedures when unit is
not being used over night, or left for long periods
without use.
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Safety & servicing checklist
Checks prior to towing
Before towing it is the responsibility of the operator (end user)
to ensure the following:
Please check off points below prior to towing:
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1 Do not use the unit to carry equipment
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2 Remove any loose items before moving the unit

3 Lock all doors and windows

4 Retract the hydraulic legs fully before moving the unit

5 Secure the nose cone

6 Check the condition and operation of the jockey legs

7 Check the breakaway cable is fitted and in good condition

8 Check the lighting board is fully operational

9 Check tyre pressure regularly if moving the unit to various locations

10 Keep within the speed limits

11 Report any defects to hire company
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Diesel powered heating systems service schedule
The diesel powered heater should be checked and serviced every 6 months or 126 operating days
by a recognized service engineer, it is recommended a service is carried out prior to utilising the
heating after a long period of non-use.
In addition it is recommended that weekly visual checks are carried out as per schedule below.
All heaters
Electrical connections
1
Check fuses for signs of oxidation and contact resistance, change as required

Fuel system
2
Check pick up connection for leaks and security

3
Check dosing pump for security and leaks

4
Ensure all fuel pipes are securely fixed and cannot chaff and are not near any source of heat

5
Check fuel pipes for leaks and security

Exhaust system
6
Check the exhaust pipe to ensure that there are no restrictions/obstructions

7
Ensure that the exhaust system is secure and away from any flammable material

Combustion air
8
Ensure any combustion air pipe installed is securely fitted

9
Check that the inlet is in a clean dry area

Hot air ducting
10 Check condition and change as necessary

11 Ensure that the ducting is not crushed or contains any sharp bends

12 Ensure all hose clips are in position and tight

13 Examine all air outlets to ensure they operate correctly and are not blocked

14 Check the recirculating air intake grill for blockages and cleanliness

Thermo top “C” heaters only
Water system
15 Check all water connection for leaks and rectify as required

16 Check and adjust strength of anti-freeze as required

17 Top coolant system up as required
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Safety & servicing checklist
500 mile maintenance checklist
500 miles or 3 months, whichever comes first:
a. U-Bolt torque setting

d. Coupling bolts

b. Wheel nuts

e. Coupling head bolts

c. Tyre pressure

f. Leaf spring shackle fixing bolts

5000 mile maintenance schedule
Groundhog Unit & Chassis:
Months
Miles
Check all locks are operational
Check nose cone securing bolt & clip
Check condition & operation of the jockey wheel
Check condition & operation of the breakaway cable
Check/adjust tyre pressure
Check/replace lighting board and electrics
Check coupling for any damage
Check general cleanliness
Check and empty toilet waste and add chemical
Check soap, paper towel, drinking cup & lavatory paper levels
Check all fitted appliances
Check carbon monoxide monitor
Check all water levels
Check operation of pull rod and pins
Check chassis for any damage
Check/grease axle pins & spring hangar bolts
Check/grease all bolts/split pins and moving parts
Check/grease ram bolts and base feet
Check for hydraulic oil leaks
Check/top up hydraulic oil tank
Visually check axle for damage
Check/secure all pipes and cables
Check/adjust wheel bearings
Check brake operation/adjust
Check wheel nuts for tightness
Check/adjust hand brake lever
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5000 mile maintenance schedule (continued)
Groundhog Generator Engine & Electrical:
Months
Miles
Check/change engine oil (recommended service intervals)
Every 250 hours
Check/change oil filter (recommended service intervals)
Check/clean fuel tank (recommended service intervals)
Check/change fuel filters (recommended service intervals)
Check/change air filter (recommended service intervals)
Check/adjust valve clearance (NA on MGTP 6000 SS-LA)
Check all electrical connections for tightness
Run engine, check for fuel/oil leaks
Check and top up oil after servicing and running
Test generator on load
Check MCB’s and RCD (generator & welfare compartment)
Check Volts/Amps and Hr meter operation
Check battery/charging rate
Check output sockets for damage/replace
Check output terminals for damage/replace
Check earth straps on all doors
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The service inspection complies fully with Groundhog specifications and procedure.
500 mile maintenance
5000 mile maintenance
Technicians signature:
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Authorised service stamp:
Authorised service stamp:
Manufacturers service stamp:
Manufacturers service stamp:
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Groundhog UK Limited,
Ynysygerwn Avenue,
Aberdulais,
Neath SA10 8HH
Tel 01639 641166
Fax 01639641188
Email [email protected]
www.groundhog.co.uk
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