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Table of Contents
Safety Instructions – Very Important – Must Read Both Pages
Procedures for Loading, Transporting, and Unloading Scrubber
Specifications of PowerBuff Automatic Floor Scrubbers
Battery Installation and Charging
Battery Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
Pad Driver and Available Scrubbing Brushes
Squeegee Information and Adjustments
Brush Operation – How to Raise and Lower Brushes
Operating Tips and Miscellaneous Information
Scrubber View Descriptions for this Manual
Operating Procedures – 2 pages
Main Scrubber Parts
Scrubber Controls
Rear View of Scrubber Showing Parts
Dashboard Layout View and Parts and Rear View Parts
Solution Tank and Lid Assembly and Parts
Recovery Tank Assembly and Parts
Recovery Lid Assembly and Parts
Splash Skirt Assembly and Parts
Squeegee Mount Assembly and Parts
Squeegee Assembly and Parts
Brush Lift, Motor Mount, and Squeegee Lift, and Parts
Motor Frame and Motor Mount and Parts
Brush Drive Details and Traction Drive Details
Drive Hub Assembly and Parts
Handle Assembly (for Brush Drive)
Handle Assembly (for Traction Drive)
Brush Drive Wheel Mounting Assembly and Parts
Transaxle Assembly and Parts
Vacuum System and Solution System and Parts
Views of Scrubber with Major Plastic Removed
Batteries and Charger Parts
Electrical Panel and Parts and Other Electrical Information
Electrical Layout for Brush Motors and Vacuum Motor
Electrical Layout for Traction Drive Portion of Scrubber
Trouble Shooting
Warranty
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Hazard Level
Explanation or Description of Hazard Level
Failure to follow safety instructions labeled
could
result in severe injury or death to the machine operator or others.
Failure to follow safety instructions labeled
could result in
injury to the machine operator or others. Also, machine or property
damage could occur.
Failure to follow safety instructions labeled
could result in
damage to the machine or damage to other property.
This manual contains important information about your
machine. Read and understand all instructions before
operating the machine. Failure to read and follow the
instructions could result in injury to the person operating the
machine or injury to others. Damage to the machine or other
property could occur if instructions are not followed.
Do not operate this machine around any solvents, thinners, or other
flammable liquids or materials. Electrical sparks can cause a fire or even
an explosion.
Do not smoke around the machine. Also, keep all sparks and flames
away from the batteries. The batteries generate gases that can cause an
explosion.
Special care needs to be used when working on or near the batteries.
Wear eye protection. Do not lay tools on batteries, as they may short out
battery terminals. Do not wear metal jewelry, as it may short out battery
terminals.
Charging batteries can be dangerous. Be aware that the battery charger
may have a relatively low voltage output, but the current output is very
high and therefore dangerous. Do not operate the charger if any parts of
the charger or charger cords are damaged. Do not stand on a wet floor
when connecting or disconnecting charger to the power outlet or to the
machine.
Safety Instructions are continued on the next page
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued from previous page)
Battery acid is dangerous. Wear eye and face protection, hand protection,
and body protection when working on and around batteries. If you get
acid on your skin, wash off immediately. If you get acid on your clothing,
remove clothing and wash any skin that was in contact with the clothing.
Baking soda mixed with water will help to neutralize the acid on your skin.
The machine is very heavy, so be very careful when loading, transporting,
and unloading the machine. Follow the “Procedures for Loading,
Transporting, and Unloading Automatic Floor Scrubber” (on a separate
page).
Do not pick up dust; machine is for wet pick-up only.
Keep all body parts, clothing, and objects away from moving parts.
Operate machine from the rear, not from the side.
Disconnect a wire to the batteries before working on the machine.
Do not operate machine with charger plugged in.
Do not operate machine with any parts damaged or missing.
Do not operate close to stairs, loading docks, or other drop-offs. Do not
park machine in such a manner that it could roll, forward or backward, off
a drop-off.
Authorized personnel must perform maintenance and repairs. Do not alter
or modify the machine, unless authorized by the manufacturer.
Do not expose the electrical components to water or excessive moisture.
Always put caution signs around the areas that are being cleaned.
Discharge wastewater properly. Improper discharge of wastewater is
illegal. Understand and follow all Federal, State, and Local laws regarding
disposal of wastewater.
Do not use machine as a “ladder”. Do not use machine as a “forklift” to
push stuff around. Do not ride or let anyone ride on the machine.
Your machine warranty may be voided if parts other than PowerBuff parts
are used.
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Procedures for Loading, Transporting, and Unloading
Automatic Floor Scrubber
The machine is very heavy, so be very careful when loading,
transporting, and unloading the machine. Use at least two people
to load or unload the machine.
x
Loading Procedure Using a Ramp with a Traction Drive Scrubber
o Ramp must be long enough so that climb into van, truck, or trailer is no more than 20
degrees. (This would permit a height of 2’4” for a 7-foot ramp, 2’8” for an 8-foot ramp,
and 3’0” for a 9-foot ramp).
o A short “pre-ramp” may be needed to prevent pad drivers from dragging.
o Ramp must be secured to vehicle, and be clean and dry.
o Remove squeegee assembly and pad drivers.
o Machine must be driven straight up the ramp and never at an angle.
x
Loading Procedure Using a Ramp with a Brush Drive Scrubber
o It is not recommended that a brush drive scrubber be loaded using a ramp with an
incline of more than 7 degrees. The machine is not self-propelled and therefore it is
not able to assist itself up a ramp. It is too heavy to manually push up a steep incline.
o If you must load with a ramp, the incline must be no more than 7 degrees. (This would
permit a height of no more than one foot for an 8-foot ramp).
o Ramp must be secured to vehicle, and be clean and dry.
o Remove squeegee assembly and pad drivers.
o Machine must be driven straight up the ramp and never at an angle.
x
Loading Procedure Using a Lift Gate
o Lift gate must have ample capacity to lift the scrubber
o Lift gate must be long enough to accommodate scrubber in the direction that it will be
loaded onto the van. Do not load scrubber sideways, because it is dangerous to turn
the scrubber while on the lift gate.
o Wheels must be firmly chocked to prevent scrubber from rolling off the lift gate.
x
Securing Scrubber
o Scrubber must be secured, so that it will not roll or turn over. Use chocks and tie
downs to secure scrubber.
o Please be aware that a scrubber is very heavy, and that a metal bulkhead in a van
may not contain scrubber in the event of an accident. The equipment in a van can be
more dangerous than the accident itself.
x
Unloading Procedure Using a Ramp with a Traction Drive Scrubber
o Ramp must be long enough so that removal can be controlled. Use same height
restrictions as used for loading scrubber.
o Ramp must be secured to vehicle, and be clean and dry.
o A small pre-ramp may be needed to prevent pad drivers from dragging.
o Machine must be driven straight down the ramp and never at an angle.
o Use slow forward speed to slow descent as needed.
x
Unloading Procedure Using a Ramp with a Brush Drive Scrubber
o Ramp must be long enough so that removal can be controlled. Use same height
restrictions as used for loading scrubber.
o Ramp must be secured to vehicle, and be clean and dry.
o Machine must be driven straight down the ramp and never at an angle.
o Do not let machine run over you or anyone else as it comes off ramp.
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AUTOMATIC FLOOR SCRUBBER SPECIFICATIONS
Model
AS2600B
AS2600T
AS3200
Scrub Path
26” offset head
26” offset head
32” symmetrical head
Coverage
30,000 sq. ft. / hour
30,000 sq. ft. / hour
38,000 sq. ft. / hour
Battery Pack
24 volt system
24 volt system
36 volt system
Charger
24 volt - 20 amp
24 volt - 20 amp
36 volt - 20 amp
Run Time
4.5 hours
4 hours
5.5 hours
Vacuum Motor
1 HP - 3 stage
1 HP - 3 stage
1 HP - 3 stage
Brush Motors (Two)
3/4 HP - 200 rpm
3/4 HP - 200 rpm
3/4 HP - 200 rpm
Drive System
Brush Assisted
1/2 hp sealed transaxle
1/2 hp sealed transaxle
Wheels
Front: two 10” solid
Rear: two 5” castors
Front: two 10” solid
Rear: two 5” castors
Front: two 10” solid
Rear: two 5” castors
Tank Construction
Rotational molded
polyethylene
Rotational molded
polyethylene
Rotational molded
polyethylene
Solution tank
24 gallon
24 gallon
24 gallon
Recovery tank
26 gallon
26 gallon
32 gallon
Brushes
Two 13” pad holders
(Brushes are optional)
Two 13” pad holders
(Brushes are optional)
Two 16” pad holders
(Brushes are optional)
Forward Speed
Walking speed
Variable to 290 ft/min
(3.3 mph)
Variable to 290 ft/min
(3.3 mph)
Reverse Speed
Walking speed
Variable to 145 ft/min
(1.6 mph)
Variable to 145 ft/min
(1.6 mph)
Brush Pressure
80 lbs and 200 lbs
80 lbs and 200 lbs
80 lbs and 220 lbs
Brush Lifting
Mechanical
Mechanical
Mechanical
Squeegee
34” heavy duty curved
tracking squeegee
34” heavy duty curved
tracking squeegee
40” heavy duty curved
tracking squeegee
Dimensions
(no skirt, no squeegee)
52” long
25” wide
43” tall
52” long
25” wide
43” tall
60” long
25” wide
43” tall
Weight with Batteries
685 lbs.
710 lbs.
850 lbs.
Warranty
5 years on parts
10 year on tanks
5 years on parts
10 year on tanks
5 years on parts
10 year on tanks
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BATTERY INSTALLATION AND CHARGING
BACK OF MACHINE
TOWARD OPERATOR
BLACK
WIRE TO
SCRUBBER
BATTERY INSTALLATION
x
x
x
x
x
RED
WIRE TO
SCRUBBER
Turn off all switches.
Drain solution tank and recovery
tank.
Disconnect recovery dump hose
from hooks on rear of machine
so that recovery tank can lift.
Lift recovery tank lid and tilt up
recovery tank.
Install batteries as shown on
figure 1.
FRONT OF MACHINE
figure 1
BATTERY CHARGING
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Place the charger on a safe place. Make sure that air can circulate
around the charger. Do not get the charger wet.
All switches on scrubber must be off.
Do not remove battery caps (the caps are vented).
Do not charge scrubber in a wet area.
Do not stand in a wet area when plugging in charger to the 110 volt
receptacle or plugging into the scrubber.
Connect the charging plug from the charger to the charging plug on the
back of the scrubber (item 16)
Plug in the charger to a properly grounded 110 volt receptacle.
Indicator needle will rise and then will fall slowly as batteries charge.
Charger will shut off automatically when batteries are fully charged.
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BATTERY MAINTENANCE
x
x
x
x
x
To receive the longest life from the batteries, charge them when they have between
25% and 50% of a full charge.
Do not allow batteries to remain in a discharged state for very long, as this shortens
the total battery life.
Be aware that a discharged battery will freeze easily.
Check the electrolyte level weekly. Top off with distilled water as shown in figure 2.
Do not overfill. Make sure that all plugs are tight.
Make sure battery connections are tight and free from corrosion. A baking soda and
water solution and a wire brush are helpful when cleaning battery connections.
Keep caps on when cleaning batteries, so that electrolyte is not contaminated.
figure 2
ELECTROLYTE
LEVEL
IN
THIS
CELL
IS
TOO
HIGH
ELECTROLYTE
LEVEL
IN
THIS
CELL
IS
TOO
LOW
DO NOT OVERFILL.
DO NOT FILL ABOVE
THE BOTTOM OF
THE TUBE THAT
EXTENDS INTO BATTERY.
KEEP ABOUT 1/4" BELOW
BOTTOM OF TUBE.
ELECTROLYTE
LEVEL
IN
THIS
CELL
IS
JUST
RIGHT
ADD DISTILLED WATER,
AS NEEDED, SO THAT
ELECTROLYTE LEVEL
IS ABOUT 3/4"
ABOVE PLATES.
KEEP ELECTROLYTE LEVEL
ABOVE TOP OF PLATES.
CHECK ELECTROLYTE
LEVEL IN ALL CELLS
! ! ! BATTERIES ARE DANGEROUS ! ! !
READ THE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IN THE FRONT OF THIS MANUAL
FOR SPECIFIC W ARNINGS
IF YOU W OULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BATTERIES
THERE IS A VERY INFORMATIVE PUBLICATION AVAILABLE. IT COVERS SUBJECTS SUCH AS
BATTERY TERMS AND HOW A BATTERY WORKS TO SPECIFIC GRAVITY TESTING WITH A
HYDROMETER AND DIAGNOSIS OF BATTERY PROBLEMS.
YOU CAN OBTAIN A COPY OF THE “BATTERY SERVICE MANUAL” FROM
BATTERY COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL
401 N. MICHIGAN AVENUE
CHICAGO, IL 60611
PHONE 312-644-6610
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PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE ITEMS
Before starting work
x Inspect pads for wear. Replace if needed.
x Turn on brush motors and check battery indicator gauge to assure that there is
enough charge to scrub floor.
After you are finished using scrubber for the day
x Raise squeegee and leave up.
x Raise brushes and leave up.
x Drain and rinse recovery tank, including vacuum shut-off float. Wipe top of tank
clean.
x Clean vacuum intake screen. A small wire brush works well for this.
x Wipe down recovery tank lid and lid gaskets.
x Drain and rinse solution tank (especially if using something other than a very mild
scrubbing solution).
x Charge batteries, if needed. Remember batteries have a longer life if allowed to
discharge sufficiently. Please read “Battery Maintenance” page.
Weekly maintenance
x Check electrolyte level in batteries. See “Battery Maintenance” page for instructions.
x Clean and lubricate caster wheels and caster swivel. There are grease fittings to use
a grease gun. Note: Main 10” wheels do not require lubricating. (They have sealed
ball bearings that cannot be lubricated).
x Wipe surface of machine clean. A silicone product such as “Armor All” will make the
plastic parts look really good.
Monthly maintenance
x Clean battery connections and tops of batteries. See “Battery Maintenance” page for
instructions.
x Inspect scrub brushes for wear (If you have scrub brushes).
x General visual inspection for problems.
Semi-annual maintenance
x Inspect carbon brush wear in brush motors.
x Lubricate all pivot points with a light oil. Porous bushings will absorb some oil to
distribute over time.
x Lubricate brush lift arm sliding surface with a heavy grease. This is located behind
the back panel. Bearing grease may be used.
As needed items
x Adjust squeegee tilt. See “Squeegee Information” page.
x Turn, flip, or replace squeegee blade for streak free pickup.
x Replace intake screen and intake screen gasket.
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PAD DRIVER AND AVAILABLE BRUSHES
PAD DRIVER
NEED 2 PER MACHINE
SKU
E11235
DESCRIPTION
16" pad driver (must be used with an appropriate pad)*
* CONSULT YOUR JANITORIAL SUPPLIER FOR ADVISE
ON THE PROPER PAD TO USE FOR YOUR APPLICATION.
SCRUB AND STRIP PADS ARE COLOR CODED FROM
LEAST AGRESSIVE TO MOST AGRESSIVE AS FOLLOWS:
WHITE - RED - BLUE - GREEN - BROWN - BLACK
BRUSH
NEED 2 PER MACHINE
PART NO. DESCRIPTION
E11236
Polyscrub
E11237
E11238
E11239
Dynascrub
Powerscrub
Stratagrit
USES
Very light scrubbing (replaces white pads)
Light to medium scrubbing (replaces red pads)
Medium to aggressive scrubbing (replaces blue or green pads)
Very aggressive scrubbing or stripping (replaces brown or black pads)
A BRUSH WILL OUTLAST A PAD AT LEAST 100 TO 1
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SQUEEGEE INFORMATION AND ADJUSTMENTS
SQUEEGEE MUST BE ATTACHED
TO SCRUBBER FOR PROPER
ADJUSTMENT OF TILT AND
BLADE DEFLECTION
(b) USE 9/16" HEX
WRENCH OR
SOCKET
(a) USE 1/4" HEX KEY
(c) HOLE IN REINFORCING BLADE IS SHOWN
TURNED UPWARD, WHICH IS THE POSITION
WHICH ALLOWS FOR THE MOST DEFLECTION
OF THE MAIN SQUEEGEE BLADE
Problem: Squeegee is leaving streaks at the center or the ends.
Cause: Squeegee is not level. If it is not level, it will streak in the center or at the ends.
Solution: Make sure that the tips and the center of main squeegee blade are uniformly deflected and
not leaving streaks. Adjust squeegee tilt as follows:
Step 1: Loosen (a) and (b)
Step 2: Tilt squeegee in direction needed for squeegee to deflect uniformly along entire length.
Step 3: Tighten (a) and (b) enough to hold temporarily.
Step 4: Move scrubber forward to check that deflection is uniform.
Step 5: If correct, tighten (a) and (b) as much as you can; or if not correct, start over at step 1.
Problem: Squeegee is leaving streaks not related to squeegee being level.
Cause: (1) Trash under main squeegee blade.
(2) Blade edge is worn or nicked
Solution: (1) Clear trash.
(2) Turn the blade. All four edges can be used. If all edges have been used, then replace the
main squeegee blade.
Problem: Main squeegee blade is deflecting too much or too little.
Cause: Reinforcing blade is turned wrong for the floor conditions.
Solution: Holes on the reinforcing blade are offset. Blade can be flipped to put longer or shorter side
toward floor. Longer side has a hole (c) at center. Facing the hole down makes the main
blade stiffer and allows it to deflect less. Hole turned upward allows blade to deflect more.
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BRUSH
OPERATION
RAISE BRUSHES
FIGURE 1
IF INSTRUCTIONS IN
FIGURE 1 DO NOT WORK,
GO TO INSTRUCTIONS
IN FIGURE 2
HOW TO:
RAISE BRUSHES,
LOWER BRUSHES,
ADD HEAVY PRESSURE
TO BRUSHES, AND
RELEASE PRESSURE
FROM BRUSHES
BRUSH
HANDLE
(1) PUSH DOWN
FOOT PEDAL
1
FOOT
PEDAL
FIGURE 2
TO RAISE BRUSHES
IF INSTRUCTIONS IN FIGURE 1
DO NOT WORK, THERE ARE
PROBABLY NO BRUSHES ON
SCRUBBER AND THIS
SHOULD RAISE BRUSHES.
FIGURE 3
LOWER BRUSHES
(1 ) PUSH DOWN
FOOT PEDAL
1
2
(1) PUSH IN
HANDLE
(2) PUSH IN
HANDLE
(2) PUSH DOWN
FOOT PEDAL
2
1
(3) RELEASE
FOOT PEDAL
SLOWLY
3
IF BRUSHES ARE ON SCRUBBER
AND WILL NOT RAISE, THEY ARE
IN THE HEAVY PRESSURE
POSITION, SO PROCEED TO
FIGURE 5 TO RELEASE BRUSHES.
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 5
ADD HEAVY
BRUSH PRESSURE
RELEASE HEAVY
BRUSH PRESSURE
2
3
1
1
(1) PULL UP
HANDLE
2
3
(2) PULL BACK
HANDLE,
WHILE STILL
PULLING UP
3
(3) LOWER
HANDLE SLIGHTLY
WHILE STILL
PULLING BACK
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(1) PULL UP
HANDLE
(2) PUSH IN
HANDLE
(3) LOWER
HANDLE
OPERATING TIPS AND MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
FLOOR SCRUBBING TIP
x Double scrubbing can be a very effective way to clean a floor. This especially important
before coating with finish, as you do not want to wax in any dirt.
x To double scrub do the following:
x Scrub the floor as normal, but leave the squeegee up and the vacuum off.
x Scrub a few aisles ahead while letting the floor soak.
x Then go back over what you have wet down, but this time with the
squeegee down and the vacuum on. This will get the floor much cleaner
than a single pass scrub.
Note: Do not double scrub where non-floor cleaning personnel will be walking, since the floor
stays wet and is therefore hazardous.
SQUEEGEE OPERATING TIPS
x The curved squeegee picks up solution very well if properly adjusted. The squeegee must
be level to work well. If it is not level, it will streak in the center or at the ends. Make sure
that the tips and the center are uniformly deflected and not leaving streaks. If squeegee is
not level, then loosen the two bolts on squeegee bracket and squeegee will pivot forward
and backward. Level squeegee and tighten bolts.
x If squeegee is properly adjusted and is leaving streaks, then there may be trash caught
under the main squeegee blade. A little trick that will clear most trash is to (1) stop the
scrubber, (2) lift the squeegee, (3) back up a little, (4) lower the squeegee, and then (5)
resume scrubbing as usual. If this does not work, then the trash must be cleared by hand.
x See “Squeegee Information and Adjustments” page for more information.
IF SCRUBBER IS USED FOR PICKING UP WAX AND STRIPPER
x The scrubber can be used to vacuum the emulsified wax and stripper from a floor strip. But,
be aware that more upkeep will be required on the scrubber than if it were used only for
scrubbing, since the wax and dirt will remain after the stripper evaporates. So, after using
scrubber on a floor strip do the following.
x Disconnect vacuum hose from squeegee and vacuum clean water through vacuum
hose.
x Rinse out recovery tank, including letting clean water run out dump hose.
x Clean squeegee.
x Clean top of recovery tank.
x Clean recovery lid and gasket on recovery lid.
x Drain solution tank and flush lines with clean water. (If you have stripper in the
solution tank, you do not want it on the floor if the next job the scrubber is used on is
just a scrub).
x Wipe down anywhere where wax slop has gotten on scrubber.
EXPOSING SCRUBBER TO FREEZING TEMPERTURES
x Do NOT leave scrubber in freezing temperatures
x If scrubber must be left or transported in freezing temperatures, then
precautions must be taken. If an attempt is made to close (or open) the
solution valve when it is frozen, the solution cable or solution valve will be damaged.
x Drain Solution Tank and leave solution valve open.
x Recovery Tank must also be drained.
x Then after the scrubber is inside place to be used, do not yet attempt to
shut the solution valve. You must first check to make sure that the solution
valve is not frozen. Run hot water into solution tank. After water is running
out the bottom of the machine (the brush area), then shut off solution valve
(do not force the solution valve control handle). You can then fill solution
tank and use the scrubber.
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DESCRIPTIONS OF VIEWS
SHOWING PARTS ON SCRUBBER
TOP VIEW
RIGHT VIEW
FRONT VIEW
TOP-RIGHT-FRONT
VIEW
IN THIS MANUAL, MANY OF THE PARTS IN THE DRAWINGS ARE SHOWN
CORRECTLY ASSEMBLED, OR AT LEAST NEAR THE POSITIONS THEY ARE
LOCATED ON THE SCRUBBER.
THIS METHOD WILL HELP TRACE A PROBLEM, FIND WHAT IS NEEDED
TO CORRECT THE PROBLEM, AND THEN PROPERLY REASSEMBLE THE
MACHINE .
THE ELECTRICAL LAYOUT HAS ALSO BEEN SIMPLIFIED, SO THAT
PROBLEMS CAN BE EASILY TRACED AND REPAIRED.
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Operating Procedures
(See page 19 for guide to item numbers)
x Batteries need to be in the operating range (the green area) of the battery
condition meter (item 2). Gauge will register battery condition when brush motors
(Brush Motor Control Switch, item 6) are turned on. Turn off brush motors after
battery condition is determined.
x Lift solution lid (item A) and add water and liquid cleaner to solution tank (item B).
Consult cleaner instructions for proper ratio of cleaner and water (Note: the
solution tank holds 24 gallons when full).
x Take scrubber to area to be cleaned
o Traction Scrubber
ƒ Make sure that squeegee and brushes are off the floor.
ƒ Turn variable speed control knob (item 8) all the way
counterclockwise.
ƒ Turn on traction switch (item 9).
ƒ Squeeze forward control lever (item 1) if scrubber needs to go
forward and reverse control lever if scrubber needs to be moved
backward.
ƒ Gradually increase variable speed control knob (item 8) until
scrubber attains the needed speed.
ƒ Release lever to stop.
o Brush Drive Scrubber
ƒ Lift squeegee and brushes off the floor.
ƒ Push scrubber to desired location.
x Lower brushes by depressing brush lift pedal (item 13) and then push in on brush
lift and pressure lever (item 11), and gradually let brushes drop to contact with
floor by slowly lift foot off brush lift pedal (item 13). (Note that the brushes can be
lowered using only the brush lift and pressure lever (item 11)).
x Lower squeegee using the squeegee lift lever (item 18) and turn on vacuum
using the vacuum motor control switch (item 7).
x Turn on solution by adjusting cleaning solution control lever (item 17) to desired
flow rate (the flow rate can be adjusted as the need arises).
x Turn on brushes using the brush control switch (item 6) and immediately move
scrubber forward.
o Traction Scrubber – adjust speed as needed with the variable speed
control knob (item 8).
o Brush Drive Scrubber – push to desired speed. There is no need to keep
the forward control lever depressed. The brush drive scrubber should
move easily by pushing alone.
Operating procedures are continued on the next page
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Operating Procedures
(continued)
x When you stop scrubbing an area.
o Turn off brushes (brushes or pads can wear through the wax if left
running in one place)
o Turn off solution flow (cleaning solution control lever (item 17))
o Turn off vacuum (vacuum motor control switch (item 7))
o Turn off traction drive on traction drive model (traction on/off switch (item
9))
x Before taking scrubber back to storage area
o Lift brushes
o Lift squeegee
x To dump dirty water from recovery tank (item C)
o Lift recovery dump hose (item 12) with plug for recovery dump hose (item
10) from hooks.
o Hold end of hose so that the dirty solution will flow into the appropriate
place (such as a drain) when plug is removed.
o Loosen T-handle on plug for recovery dump hose (item 10) and remove
plug from hose. Dirty solution will flow from tank. (Note: do not completely
unscrew T-handle from plug).
o Replace plug and tighten. Hang hose back on hooks.
x Machine storage for the day
o Brushes in up position
o Squeegee in up position
o Recovery tank emptied (Note: it is best to occasionally rinse it out with
clean water).
o Solution tank emptied (especially if machine is to be left for longer than a
day).
o Turn off all switches. (Note: if traction on/off switch is left on for more than
20 minutes without the machine moving, then the traction control
electronics will automatically power down. To reset them, simply turn the
traction on/off switch off and then back on).
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ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SKU
E11729
E11728
E11233
E11727
E11232
E11726
AS321121
PE5002
Description
Solution Tank (GRAY)
SOLUTION TANK LID (BLACK)
LARGE RECOVERY TANK
RECOVERY TANK LID (BLACK)
LARGE SKIRT
BASE (BLACK)
Main Frame N/A
Squeegee assembly AS3200
DASHBOARD LAYOUT AND
PARTS FOR DASHBOARD AND
PARTS FROM REAR VIEW OF SCRUBBER
4
5
6
7
8a
8b
9
21B
25
21T
3
2
1
2
3
4
5
6, 7, 9
8a
8b
10
11
12
13
14
15
16a
16b
17
18
19
20
21B
21T
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
1ITEM
1 1
1
2
1
3
1
3 4
26
26
29
28
29
1
AS26/321301
Right Handle DESCRIPTION
QTY.
PART NO.
AS261210
Meter
1
E11521Battery Condition
RIGHT HANDLE
LEVER
AS26/321300
Left Handle
1
E10865
36 VOLT SYSTEM GAUGE
AS26/321370
Circuit Breaker - 30 am p
1
E11520
LEFT HANDLE LEVER
AS26/321371
Circuit Breaker - 70 am p
1
E11527Rocker Switch
CIRCUIT
AS26/321372
(9 isBREAKER
for Traction- 30AMP
Drive only)
1
E11528Speed Control
CIRCUIT
BREAKER - 70 AMP
AS26/32850
Potentiometer
1 5
3
E11529Knob for ROCKER
SWITCH
16, 7, 9 AS26/32851
Speed Control
1 8a AS26/321230
Plug
1
E117381-1/2" Drain
CLAROSTAT
ROTARY CONTROL
1 8b AS26/321118
HandleCONTROL
Weldm entKNOB
1
E11739Brush LiftSPEED
Drain Hose parts see the "Vacuum System and Solution System" pages
1 10
>> 1
see >> E11105for Recovery
DRAIN PLUG 1 1/2 (#52003)
1
AS26/321127
Brush Lift Handle - Pedal
11
1
E12104
BRUSH LIFT HANDLE
for the Battery Drain Hose parts see the "Vacuum System and Solution System" pages
1
>> see >>
12
1
>> see
see "Vacuum System and Solution System" pages
1
>> see >>
for Vacuum Recovery Hose parts see the "Vacuum System and Solution System" pages
13
1
E12110
BRUSH LIFT HANDLE - PEDAL
1
AS26400
Charging Plug (Anderson plug)
1
>> seeBracket for
SeeAnderson
"VacuumPlug
System and Solution System" pages
1 14 AS26/321104
1
>> seeSolution Control
See "Vacuum
and
Solution System" pages
1 15
AS26601
CableSystem
(includes
knob)
1 16a
1 16b
2 17
1 18
1
19
1
20
1
1 21B
Connector,
SB175,
#2, w/
>> 1
see >> E10878for Sqeegee
Lift Handle parts
seeGray,
the "Brush
Lift,Lugs
Motor Mount, and Squeegee Lift" pages
1
E11889Lid Flap BRACKET FOR ANDERSON PLUG
AS26/321275
AS26/321109
1
E11217Lid Flap Retainer
THROTTLE/ SOLUTION CABLE (for AS3200)
AS26/321520
(for Brush
Drive Mount,
Scrubber)
1
>> seeForward Decal
See "Brush
Lift, Motor
and Squeegee Lift" pages
AS26/321531
Speed Control and Forward Decal (for Traction Drive Scrubber)
1
E11515
LID FLAP .062" DIA.SHEET
AS26/321530
Brush Position Decal
2
E11879
FLAP RETAINER
AS26/321102
Back Panel
1
AS26/3Flow Label
Forward Decal (for Brush Drive Scrubber)
AS261532
1
E11637Reverse Decal,
1 21T AS26/321500
Decal Speed Control
1
E11636Dashboard
BRUSH POSITION DECAL
1 22 AS26/321390
1 23 AS26/321510
DecalPANEL
1
E11878Squeegee
BACK
14 24
AS26/32352
Screw Flow Label NLA
1
AS321532
14
AS26/32296
Nylon Washer
25
1
E11634
REVERSE DECAL
7
AS26/32353
Screw
26
1
E11632
DASHBOARD
7
AS26/32354
Flat Washer
27
1
E11635
Decal, Squeegee
28
14
E11143
29
14
E11508
10-24 x 3/4 UNC PAN HD PHIL
#10 NYLON WASHER
30
7
E11833
1/4-20x3/4 PHMS PHILLIPS - BLK
31
7
E11834
1/4 FLAT WASHER - BLACK
SOLUTION TANK AND SOLUTION TANK LID
ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST
4
3
12
16
5
1
15
2
HINGE
SEPERATED
TO SHOW
SCREWS AND
WASHERS
6
7
10
15
11
18
PART
INSIDE
TANK
17
17
17
16
19
ITEM ITEM
QTY.
1
11
2
21
3
31
4
41
5
4
5
6
1
6
7
1
71
8
81
9
91
10
10
11
2
12 11 1
13 12 1
14 13 2
15 14 2
16 15 4
17 1610
18
3
17
19
3
18
19
PART
OUTSIDE
TANK
15
PART NO. PART DESCRIPTION
QTY.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
AS26/32755 E1172900
Solution Tank (granite)
1
Solution Tank (GRAY)
Solution Tank Lid
(black)
AS26/32754 E1172800
1
SOLUTION
TANK LID (BLACK)
Hinge
solution
lid
- left - SOLUTION LID - LEFT
AS26/321114
1
E1210200
HINGE
Hinge - solution lid - right
AS26/321113
1
E1210100
HINGE - SOLUTION LID - RIGHT
Bolt
AS26/32205
4
E8106400
Bolt 1/4-20x3/4 hex gr 5
Hinge - Solution Tank
AS26/32811
1
E1173200
HINGE - SOLUTION TANK
Solution Strainer
AS26/321215
1
E1110100
SOLUTION STRAINER
Hose fitting
AS26/32060
1
AS26/32060
Hose fitting
Hose fitting
AS26/32054
1
AS26/32054
Hose fitting
Hose fitting
AS26/32063
1
AS26/32063
Rubber Gasket Hose fitting
AS26/321260
2
E1110700
Gasket,
1/2" BLKtank
Neoprene
Restraining cable
for solution
AS26/321801
Bolt
AS26/32206 PE50058
1
Restraining Cable for Solution Tank
AS26/32279 E8106400
Washer
1
Bolt 1/4-20x3/4 hex gr 5
Washer
AS26/32275 E8171300
2
Washer 1/4 in flat
Screw
AS26/32268 E1112900
2
Spacing Washer (#730-009)
Washer
AS26/32274 E1112200
4
1/4-20 x .5 SS PHMS screw
Screw
AS26/32261
10
E8171300
Washer 1/4 in flat
Nyloc nut
AS26/32241
3
E8357000
Screw 1/4" - 20 x 1"
3
AS26/32241
Nyloc nut
- 22 -
8
11
9
RECOVERY TANK ASSEMBLY
AND PARTS LIST
3
1
6
5
2
9
7
8
HINGE
SEPERATED
TO SHOW
SCREWS AND
WASHERS
ITEM
1
ITEM QTY.2
1
13
2
14
3
15
4
1
6
5
1
6
27
7
18
8
59
9
5
9
4
SKU
E11754
E81294
PART
NO.
AS26753
AS26/3
AS26/321815
E11731
AS26/322004
E81064
AS26/32810
E81713
AS26/32206
PE5005
AS26/32279
E11122
AS26/321800
AS26/32268
E81713
QTY
Description
1
RECOVERY TANK (GRANITE)
1
Hose Barb 1 1/2 in.
DESCRIPTION
Recovery
Tank
(Granite)
1
Foam
Float
assembly
Hose
adapter
(this
is
a
modified
AS26/32820)
1
HINGE - RECOVERY TANK
Foam Float assembly (float, weights, and cord come assembled)
1
Bolt 1/4-20x3/4 hex gr 5
Hinge - Recovery Tank
2
Bolt Washer 1/4 in flat
1
Cable for recovery tank ASM
Washer
5
1/4-20 cable
x .5 SS
PHMStank
screw
Restraining
for recovery
Screw
Washer 1/4 in flat
10
AS26/32274
Washer
- 23 -
RECOVERY LID ASSEMBLY
AND PARTS
10
11
1
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
SKU
E11727
E11868
E11496
E81294
E11518
E11895
E81518
E11130
E11108
E11929
E11930
E83570
E11399
PE5005
E11526
E11921
E11535
E11887
E11514
E10775
DESCRIPTION
RECOVERY TANK LID (BLACK)
VACUUM INTAKE
RUBBER VAC. INTAKE FLAP
Hose Barb 1 1/2 in.
3/32" 50 DURO NEOPRENE
RECOVERY LID PLATE
Nut, conduit 1 1/2 in.
Washer
1 1/2"BLACK NEOPRENE GASKET
Long Recovery Lid Gasket (16")
Short Recovery Lid Gasket (10")
Screw 1/4" - 20 x 1"
Vac hose 1.5" x 54"
Vac Hose (Squeegee to recovery lid)
1 1/2"-1 3/4 CONNECT.HOSE CUFF
2" Vac Hose (7" Long)
HOSE CLAMP 2"
1.5" WIRE HOSE CLAMP
GASKET FOR VAC INTAKE SCREEN
2 9/16"DIA.STAINLESS STEEL DIS
- 25 -
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
12
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
SPLASH SKIRT ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SKU
E11232
E11203
ITEM
QTY.
1 E10516
1
2
1
E11321
3
1
4 E10774
21
5 E11118
2
6 E11095
2
7
2
E87986
8
2
DESCRIPTION
LARGE SKIRT
Rubber
skirt 76"
PART
NO. splash
DESCRIPTION
AS26751
Plastic
SKIRT RETAINER Skirt
FOR 32"
AS261272
Rubber Splash Skirt
#10 x 5/8 PAN HEAD PHILLIPS
AS261131
Skirt retainer, for splash skirt
SINGLE BALL
RING (1.5) GRIP
AS26/32257
Screw
AS26/32982
Detent PinScrew
(single ball with grip ring)
10-32 x .75 Unslotted
AS26/32264
Screw
10-24 NYLOC NUT
AS26/32242
Nyloc nut
Pin, Detent 5/16"
OD x 3/4" L, Zinc
AS26/32327
Lanyard for skirt detent pin
- 26 -
QTY
1
1
2
21
2
2
2
2
SQUEEGEE MOUNT ASSEMBLY
AND PARTS LIST
12
13
4
1
16
6
16
5
13
14
15
1
3
11
17
9
12
2
10
10
2
3
2E12114
1
SQUEEGEE MUNT IS SHOWN UPSIDE
DOWN IN BOTH EXPLODED VIEW AND
ASSEMBLED VIEW. THE BEST WAY TO
WORK ON IT IS TO
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
REMOVE IT FROM THE
AS26/321120
4
LINKAGE BAR Linkage Bar
SCRUBBER AND TURN
AS26/321133 MOUNT
Squeegee
mount housing 1
IT UPSIDE DOWN.
SQUEEGEE
HOUSING
E11894
SQUEEGEE MOUNT YOKE
4
E12112
SQUEEGEE MOUNT BRACKET
1
5
E11736
TORSION PIN
1
6
E11713
1/4-20x4" ROUND HD MS
2
7
E81078
Washer, Lock 1/4 in. Split
1
8
E81064
Bolt 1/4-20x3/4 hex gr 5
1
9
E81713
Washer 1/4 in flat
1
10
E11741
TORSION SPRING
2
11
E11566
SQUEEGEE LIFT HANDLE SPRING
2
12
E11719
Hairpin Cotter,
8
13
E12407
1/2 SAE FLAT WASHER GR8 PKG
8
14
E11143
10-24 x 3/4 UNC PAN HD PHIL
2
15
E11508
#10 NYLON WASHER
2
16
E11559
.502x.628x.500 LONG BUSHING
8
17
E11561
.502x.627 BUSHING
2
7
8
QTY.
ITEM ITEMSKU
1E12105
4
1
1
- 27 -
- 27 -
SQUEEGEE ASSEMBLY
FOR 26" SCRUBBER
21
20
22
14
23
5
24
3
13
18
4
24
17
2
1
20
21
19
15
25
8
7
6
9
10
26
11
12
12
15
11
- 28 -
9
10
16
x 8 PLACES
SQUEEGEE ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
*
*
ITEM
1
QTY.
2
1
3
1
14
15
16
1
7
1
18
29
2
10
2
11
2
12
2
2
13
1
14
8
15
6
16
6
2
17
2
18
6
19
2
20
2
4
21
1
22
1
23
1
24
1
25
26
*
*
PART #
E10870
PART
#
E12108
AS261325-F
E12109
AS26/321125
E11892
AS26/321126
AS26/321137
E11893
AS26/321138
E10866
AS261269
E10869
AS261273
E10867
AS261270
AS26/32201
E11042
AS26/32202
E11043
AS26/32203
E11044
AS26/32204
E11045
AS26/321381
AS26/32330
E11630
AS261130
E11715
AS26/32332
E10515
AS26/32279
E11717
AS26/32205
AS26/32222
E81713
AS2632244
E81064
AS26/32287
E10010
AS26/32231
E11146
AS26/32277
AS26/32282
E11501
AS261110
E11084
AS261802
E11131
AS26/32251
E11136
AS26/32254
E10511
PE50024
E11182
E11719
DESCRIPTION
32" SQUEEGEE CASTING
DESCRIPTION
LEFT ADJUSTMENT BRACKET
Cast Aluminum Squeegee Channel
RIGHT ADJUSTMENT BRACKET
Left Adjustment Bracket for Squeegee
BAR
FOR for
SQUEEGEE
Right YOKE
Adjustment
Bracket
Squeegee
Yoke MAIN
Bar for Squeegee
SQUEEGEE PLATE
Main Blade,
squeegee
mountingGum
plate Rubber
Squeegee
Main squeegee blade
Front Notched Squeegee Blade
Front squeegee blade
Reinforcing
Squeegee Blade
Reinforcement
blade
Carriage
Bolt
5/16-18X1.50
BOLT,CARR SS
Carriage
Bolt
5/16-18X2.00 BOLT,CARR SS
Carriage Bolt
5/16-18X2.50 BOLT-CARR SS
Carriage Bolt
5/16-18X3.00
BOLT-CARR SS
Squeegee
Bumper Wheel
Bolt HA325SR-3/8 WHEEL
Rear 3/8-16x2.75
blade retainingBOLT-HH
strap
Wingnut
SQUEEGEE REAR BLADE STRAP
Washer
Bolt 5/16 WINGNUT
Shoulder
bolt 1/4 in flat
Washer
Nylock
nut
Bolt 1/4-20x3/4 hex gr 5
Washer
1/2X1 SOC SHOULDER SCREW
Wingbolt
3/8-16 UNC ELASTIC LOCKNUT
Washer
Washer
Washer, 7/16" USS, Zinc
Front 1/2-13
blade retaining
strap Bolt, Zinc
x 1.00 Wing
Entire Squeegee Assembly
1/2 BRASS FLAT WASHER
Clevis pin to connect squeegee to squeegee mount
3/8cotter
SAEforFLAT
Har pin
aboveWASHER
clevis pin
SQUEEGEE FRONT BLADE STRAP
Squeegee assembly AS3200
3/8X 2.25 CLEVIS PIN
Hairpin Cotter
- 29 -
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
8
6
6
2
2
6
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
SKU
ITEM QTY.
E11054
1
1
E10514
2
1
E81080
3
2
E11716
4
2
E11718
5
2
E12106
6
2
E12107
7
2
E11725
8
2
E11559
9
16
E11566
10
1
E11560
11
15
12
1
E81063
13
50
E12407
14
12
E11179
15
12
E11719
QTY
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
16
1
15
1
50
12
12
PART OF
THE FRAME
Description
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
3/8-16X2.50#5 BOLT HH
AS26/32216
Bolt
MOTOR FRAME
AS261122
Motor Frame
Bolt 3/8-16x3/4
AS26/32210
Bolt
3/8-16x1.5
BOLT
- HH
AS26/32331
Bolt
#1 HAIRPIN COTTER
AS26/32333
Hair Pin Cotter
MOTOR MOUNT,
L.H.Mount, Left
AS26/321123
Motor
MOTOR
MOUNT
R.H.
AS26/321124
Motor
Mount, Right
5/16x1-1/8
CLEVIS
PIN
AS26/32341
Clevis pin
LONG
BUSHING
AS26/32650
Flange Bushing
LIFT HANDLESpring,
SPRING
AS26/32722
compression
.501x.628 BUSHING
AS2632651
Sleeve Bushing
AS26/32245
Nyloc Nut
Nut, 5/16" - 18, Nylon
Lock
AS26/32278
Washer GR8 PKG
1/2 SAE FLAT WASHER
AS26/32248
Clevis
1/2X1.25 CLEVIS
PINpin
AS26/32334
Hairpin Cotter, Hair Pin Cotter
PART OF
THE FRAME
40
E11080
ITEM
SKU NO.
ITEM
QTY.
PART
E11080
1616 3
AS26/32225
E11558
1717 1
AS26/32602
1818 11 AS26/32282
E11136
1919 1
AS261115
NLA
2020 1
AS261116
NLA
2121 2 AS26/32654
AS26/32654
2222 7 AS26/32283
AS26/32283
2323 1 AS26/321139
AS26/321139
24
1
AS26/32214
E11052
24
25
1
AS26721
E11231
25
26
2 AS26/321221
E11104
26
27
1
AS26/32240
E12410
27
28
1 AS26/321127
E12110
2928 4 AS26/321120
E12105
3029 1 AS26/321128
E12111
30
31
1 AS26/321118
E12104
3231 1
AS26/32224
E11079
3332 1
AS26/32986
3433 1 AS26/32986
AS26/32992
E10778
3534 1 AS26/321117
E12103
3635 1 AS26/321135
3736 1
AS26/32832
E11891
3837 2
AS26/32222
E11737
3938 7
AS26/32244
E10010
4039 2
AS26/32225
E11146
Description
QTY
DESCRIPTION
SHOULDER
3
Shoulder BoltSCREW
Squeegee
Lift Cable
LIFT
CABLE
1
Washer
3/8
SAE FLAT WASHER
11
Brush
Lift
Arm
Left
side
BRUSH LIFT ARM, LH
1
Brush
Lift
Arm
Right
side
BRUSH LIFT ARM -RH
1
Flange
Bushing
#N/A
2
Washer
#N/A
7
Yoke Weldment for Brush Lift 1
#N/A
Bolt
3/8-16X1.75#5 BOLT HH
1
Brush Pressure Spring
BRUSH SPRING
1
Cup washer
CENTERING WASHER
2
Nyloc Nut
1/2" LOCK NUT
1
Brush Lift Handle - Pedal
BRUSH
1
Linkage LIFT
Bar - PEDAL
LINKAGE
BAR - Brace
4
Brush Lift Handle
BRUSH
LIFT
BRACE
1
Brush Lift Handle Weldment
BRUSH
1
ShoulderLIFT
Bolt HANDLE
SHOULDER
1
Non slip tape SCREW
#N/A
Rubber Grip for Squeegee Lift 1
1
Lift cableHAND
bracket
LEVER
GRIP
Squeegee
Lift BRACKET
Handle
1
LIFT
CABLE
Brush lift yokeLIFT
bushing
1
SQUEEGEE
ARM
Shoulder
Bolt
1
YOKE BUSHING
Nyloc
Nut
2
SHOULDER SCREW
Shoulder Bolt
7
ELASTIC
LOCKNUT
2
SHOULDER SCREW
ASSEMBLED VIEW AND PARTS LIST
AND SQUEEGEE LIFT
BRUSH LIFT, MOTOR MOUNT,
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