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Manitou M30-2 ST3B M30-4 ST3B M50-2 ST3B M50-4 ST3B Operator’s Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD


Manitou M30-2 ST3B M30-4 ST3B M50-2 ST3B M50-4 ST3B Operator’s Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

647122 EN (01/02/2013)

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Manitou M30-2 ST3B M30-4 ST3B M50-2 ST3B M50-4 ST3B Operator’s Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

647122 EN (01/02/2013)

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
A – OPERATOR’S MANUAL
– Read the operator’s manual carefully.
– The operator’s manual must always be in good condition and in the place provided for it on the lift truck.
– You must report any plates and stickers which are no longer legible or which are damaged.
B – AUTHORISATION FOR USE IN FRANCE
(or see current legislation in other countries)
– Only qualified, authorized personnel can use the lift truck. This authorization is given in writing by the appropriate person in the
establishment with respect to the use of lift trucks and must be carried permanently by the operator.
– The operator is not competent to authorise the driving of the lift truck by another person.
C – MAINTENANCE
– The operator must immediately advise his superior if his lift truck is not in good working order or does not comply with the safety notice.
– The operator is prohibited from carrying out any repairs or adjustments himself, unless he has been trained for this purpose. He must keep
the lift truck properly cleaned if this is among his responsibilities.
– The operator must carry out daily maintenance (see: 3 – MAINTENANCE: A – DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS SERVICE).
– The operator must ensure tyres are adapted to the nature of the ground (see area of the contact surface of the tyres in the chapter:
2 – DESCRIPTION: FRONT AND REAR TYRES). There are optional solutions, consult your dealer.
. SAND tyres.
. LAND tyres.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS UNLADEN AND LADEN
A – BEFORE STARTING THE LIFT TRUCK
– Carry out daily maintenance (see: 3 – MAINTENANCE: A – DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS SERVICE).
– Make sure the lights, indicators and windscreen wipers are working properly.
– Make sure the rear view mirrors are in good condition, clean and properly adjusted.
– Make sure the horn works.
B – DRIVER’S OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
– Whatever his experience, the operator is advised to familiarize himself with the position and operation of all the controls and instruments
before operating the lift truck.
– Wear clothes suited for driving the lift truck, avoid loose clothes.
– Make sure you have the appropriate protective equipment for the job to be done.
– Prolonged exposure to high noise levels may cause hearing problems. It is recommended to wear ear muffs to protect against excessive
noise.
– Always face the lift truck when getting into and leaving the driving seat and use the handle(s) provided for this purpose. Do not jump
out of the seat to get down.
– Always pay attention when using the lift truck. Do not listen to the radio or music using headphones or earphones.
– Never operate the lift truck when hands or feet are wet or soiled with greasy substances.
– For increased comfort, adjust the seat to your requirements and adopt the correct position in the driver’s cab.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Manitou M30-2 ST3B M30-4 ST3B M50-2 ST3B M50-4 ST3B Operator’s Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE COMPANY MANAGER..................................  8
	THE SITE.........................................................  8
	THE OPERATOR.....................................................  8
	THE LIFT TRUCK...................................................  8
	THE INSTRUCTIONS.................................................  9
	THE MAINTENANCE..................................................  9
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE OPERATOR........................................ 10
	PREAMBULE........................................................ 10
	GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS............................................. 10
	OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS UNLADEN AND LADEN......................... 12
	INSTRUCTIONS FOR HANDLING A LOAD................................. 17
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE LIFT TRUCK........................... 20
	GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS............................................. 20
	MAINTENANCE...................................................... 20
	LUBRICANT AND FUEL LEVELS........................................ 20
	HYDRAULIC........................................................ 20
	ELECTRICITY...................................................... 20
	WELDING.......................................................... 21
	WASHING THE LIFT TRUCK........................................... 21
IF THE LIFT TRUCK IS NOT TO BE USED FOR A LONG TIME.................. 22
	INTRODUCTION..................................................... 22
	PREPARING THE LIFT TRUCK......................................... 22
	PROTECTING THE I.C. ENGINE....................................... 22
	PROTECTING THE LIFT TRUCK........................................ 22
	BRINGING THE LIFT TRUCK BACK INTO SERVICE........................ 23
2 - DESCRIPTION...................................................... 25
	CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY..................................... 28
	SAFETY PLATES AND STICKERS....................................... 30
	IDENTIFICATION OF THE LIFT TRUCK................................. 34
	CHARACTERISTICS	M 30-2 ST3B...................................... 36
	CHARACTERISTICS	M 30-4 ST3B...................................... 38
	CHARACTERISTICS	M 50-2 ST3B...................................... 40
	CHARACTERISTICS	M 50-4 ST3B...................................... 42
	CHARACTERISTICS OF MASTS WITH ROLLERS	M 30-2 ST3B	M 30-4 ST3B.... 44
	CHARACTERISTICS OF MASTS WITH ROLLERS	M 50-2 ST3B	M 50-4 ST3B.... 45
	TYRES............................................................ 46
	DIMENSIONS AND LOAD CHARTS	M 30-2 ST3B........................... 48
	DIMENSIONS AND LOAD CHARTS	M 30-4 ST3B........................... 50
	DIMENSIONS AND LOAD CHARTS	M 50-2 ST3B........................... 52
	DIMENSIONS AND LOAD CHARTS	M 50-4 ST3B........................... 54
	INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS......................................... 56
	TOWING PIN AND HOOK.............................................. 70
	DESCRIPTION AND USE OF THE OPTIONS............................... 72
3 - MAINTENANCE...................................................... 75
	ORIGINAL MANITOU SPARE PARTS AND EQUIPMENT....................... 78
	FILTERS CARTRIDGES AND BELTS..................................... 79
	LUBRICANTS AND FUEL..............................................  0
	SERVICING SCHEDULE............................................... 82
	A - DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS SERVICE.............................. 84
	B - EVERY 50 HOURS SERVICE....................................... 86
	C - EVERY 250 HOURS OF SERVICE................................... 92
	D - EVERY 500 HOURS OF SERVICE OR EVERY YEAR..................... 96
	E - EVERY 1000 HOURS OF SERVICE OR EVERY 2 YEARS.................102
	F - EVERY 2000 HOURS OF SERVICE OR EVERY 2 YEARS.................108
	G - OCCASIONAL MAINTENANCE.......................................110
4 - OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS FOR USE WITH THE RANGE.....................117
	INTRODUCTION.....................................................121
	ATTACHMENT TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS	M 30-2 ST3B	M 30-4 ST3B.....122
	ATTACHMENT TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS	M 50-2 ST3B	M 50-4 ST3B.....126
	ATTACHMENT SHIELDS...............................................128
	INTRODUCTION..................................................... 22
	PREPARING THE LIFT TRUCK......................................... 22
	PROTECTING THE I.C. ENGINE....................................... 22
	PROTECTING THE LIFT TRUCK........................................ 22
	BRINGING THE LIFT TRUCK BACK INTO SERVICE........................ 23
2 - DESCRIPTION...................................................... 25
	CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY..................................... 28
	SAFETY PLATES AND STICKERS....................................... 30
	IDENTIFICATION OF THE LIFT TRUCK................................. 34
	CHARACTERISTICS	M 30-2 ST3B...................................... 36
	CHARACTERISTICS	M 30-4 ST3B...................................... 38
	CHARACTERISTICS	M 50-2 ST3B...................................... 40
	CHARACTERISTICS	M 50-4 ST3B...................................... 42
	CHARACTERISTICS OF MASTS WITH ROLLERS	M 30-2 ST3B	M 30-4 ST3B.... 44
	CHARACTERISTICS OF MASTS WITH ROLLERS	M 50-2 ST3B	M 50-4 ST3B.... 45
	TYRES............................................................ 46
	DIMENSIONS AND LOAD CHARTS	M 30-2 ST3B........................... 48
	DIMENSIONS AND LOAD CHARTS	M 30-4 ST3B........................... 50
	DIMENSIONS AND LOAD CHARTS	M 50-2 ST3B........................... 52
	DIMENSIONS AND LOAD CHARTS	M 50-4 ST3B........................... 54
	INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS......................................... 56
	TOWING PIN AND HOOK.............................................. 70
	DESCRIPTION AND USE OF THE OPTIONS............................... 72
3 - MAINTENANCE...................................................... 75
	ORIGINAL MANITOU SPARE PARTS AND EQUIPMENT....................... 78
	FILTERS CARTRIDGES AND BELTS..................................... 79
	LUBRICANTS AND FUEL..............................................  0
	SERVICING SCHEDULE............................................... 82
	A - DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS SERVICE.............................. 84
	B - EVERY 50 HOURS SERVICE....................................... 86
	C - EVERY 250 HOURS OF SERVICE................................... 92
	D - EVERY 500 HOURS OF SERVICE OR EVERY YEAR..................... 96
	E - EVERY 1000 HOURS OF SERVICE OR EVERY 2 YEARS.................102
	F - EVERY 2000 HOURS OF SERVICE OR EVERY 2 YEARS.................108
	G - OCCASIONAL MAINTENANCE.......................................110
4 - OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS FOR USE WITH THE RANGE.....................117
	INTRODUCTION.....................................................121
	ATTACHMENT TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS	M 30-2 ST3B	M 30-4 ST3B.....122
	ATTACHMENT TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS	M 50-2 ST3B	M 50-4 ST3B.....126
	ATTACHMENT SHIELDS...............................................128

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