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PELICAN SERIES P, OPERATORS MANUAL, Sweeper Serial Number. Elgin Sweeper Company, Subsidiary of Federal Signal Corporation. 1300 W Bartlett Rd, Elgin IL 6012, 847 741 5370, P N 0701450 E. Printed in U S A Copyright 2007 Elgin Sweeper Company. Welcome to the World s Most Popular, Three Wheel Broom Sweeper. The Elgin Pelican Series P, This manual will assist in the proper operation and care of the Elgin Pelican Series P Sweeper It contains specific.
information on features and specifications suggested operating techniques preventive maintenance hints and. instructions for making repairs and adjustments, Read this manual carefully and completely before oper Refer to the maintenance schedule in the Maintenance. ating the sweeper Working with unfamiliar equipment Section This schedule is also displayed on the sweeper. can lead to accidents Understand and follow all safety. information when operating the sweeper Keep this manual in the cab of the sweeper for refer. ence If a problem develops with the sweeper your, Elgin employees carefully inspected the sweeper before Elgin Dealer has the factory trained service personnel. it left the factory Your Elgin equipment dealer inspect genuine Elgin parts and necessary tools and equipment. ed the sweeper and made certain that it was in proper to meet your specific needs. working order prior to delivery, If you should need to contact the factory regarding. To keep the Pelican sweeper in good working condition operation maintenance or repair please feel free to call. it is important to follow all maintenance and service Elgin at 847 741 5370. schedules including, DAILY SERVICE After every shift or 10 hours. PERIODIC SERVICE After each period of 50 150, 500 or 1000 hours.
LIMITED WARRANTY, Each machine manufactured by ELGIN SWEEPER COMPANY ESCO or the. Company is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a. R period of 12 months provided the machine is used in a normal and reasonable. Subsidiary of Federal Signal Corporation manner This limited warranty is applicable only to the original user purchaser. for a period of twelve 12 months as measured from the date of delivery to the. original user purchaser and is not transferable, During the Limited Warranty Period ESCO will cause to be repaired or replaced as the Company may elect any part or parts. of such machine that the Company s examination discloses to be defective in material or workmanship Repairs or replacements. are to be made at the selling Elgin distributor s location or at other locations approved by ESCO. The ESCO Limited Warranty shall not apply to, 1 Major components or trade accessories such as but not limited to trucks engines hydraulic pumps and motors tires and. batteries that have a separate warranty by the original manufacturer. 2 Normal adjustments and maintenance services, 3 Normal wear parts such as but not limited to brooms oils fluids filters broom wire shoe runners rubber deflectors and. suction hoses, 4 Failures resulting from the machine being operated in a manner or for a purpose not recommended by ESCO.
5 Repairs modifications or alterations without the express written consent of ESCO which in the Company s sole judgment. have adversely affected the machine s stability operation or reliability as originally designed and manufactured. 6 Items subjected to misuse negligence accident or improper maintenance. NOTE The use in the product of any part other than parts approved by ESCO may invalidate this warranty ESCO reserves. the right to determine in its sole discretion if the use of non approved parts operates to invalidate the warranty Nothing con. tained in this warrant shall make ESCO liable for loss injury or damage of any kind to any person or entity resulting from any. defect or failure in the machine, TO THE EXTENT LIMITED BY LAW THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR. IMPLIED INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, This warranty is also in lieu of all other obligations or liabilities on the part of ESCO including but not limited to liability for. incidental and consequential damages on the part of the Company or the seller ESCO makes no representation that the. machine has the capacity to perform any functions other than as contained in the Company s written literature catalogs or. specifications accompanying delivery of the machine No person or affiliated company representative is authorized to alter the. terms of this warranty to give any other warranties or to assume any other liability on behalf of ESCO in connection with the. sale servicing or repair of any machine manufactured by the Company. ESCO reserves the right to make design changes or improvements in its products without imposing any obligation upon itself to. change or improve previously manufactured products. ELGIN SWEEPER COMPANY 1300 West Bartlett Road Elgin Illinois 60120 U S A. Table of Contents, Safety Operation, General S 1 Instruments and Controls O 1. Pelican P Safety Labels S 9 Operating Checklist O 6. Starting the Engine O 8, Description Cold Weather Starting O 9. Elgin Pelican Series P Sweeper D 1 Transport O 10, Principles of Operation Sweeping O 12.
Why Sweep D 2 Sweeping Patterns O 16, Mechanical Broom Sweepers D 2 Reversing the Conveyor O 18. Pelican D 2 Dumping the Hopper O 19, Water Spray D 2 Shutting Down the Unit O 21. Brooms D 3 At End of Shift O 21, Conveyor D 3, Hopper D 4 Maintenance. Cab D 4 Scheduled Maintenance M 1, Controls D 5 Daily Service Checklist M 1. Drive Wheels D 5 Periodic Service Checklist M 2, Guide Wheel D 6 After 50 Hours M 2.
General Data D 7 After 150 Hours M 2, Pelican P Side View D 9 After 500 Hours M 3. Pelican P Front View D 10 After 1000 Hours M 3, Pelican P Rear View D 10 Daily Washdown M 7. Bubble Window Maintenance M 9 Conveyor SP 16, Lubrication M 10 Conveyor Access SP 16. Adjusting Conveyor SP 18, Service Procedures Conveyor Belt Adjustments SP 18. Towing SP 1 Other Conveyor Adjustments SP 22, Air Cleaner SP 3 Replacing Conveyor Belt SP 25.
Fuel System SP 5 Removing Conveyor Belt SP 025, Draining Fuel Water Separator SP 5 Squaring Conveyor Structure SP 26. Changing Fuel Filter SP 7 Structure Stop Bolt Adjustment SP 27. Bleeding Fuel System SP 8 Lower Roll Offset Adjustment SP 27. Hydraulic System SP 8 Installing Conveyor Belt SP 28. Spray Water System SP 9 Splicing Conveyor Belt SP 29. Broom Adjustment SP 10 Reversing Conveyor SP 30, Side Broom Adjustment SP 11 Main Broom Replacement SP 32. Side To Side Angle SP 11 Cab Air Filter SP 34, Front To Back Angle SP 11 Wheels And Tires SP 34. Down Pressure SP 12 Winter Storage SP 34, Main Broom Adjustment SP 13 Spring Startup SP 36. Standard Chain Suspension SP 13, Hydraulic Suspension SP 13 Troubleshooting T 1.
Dirt Shoe Adjustment SP 14, Dirt Deflectors SP 15 Glossary G 1. SAFETY INFORMATION, RECOGNIZE SAFETY of the signal words before operating or work. ing on the machine, INFORMATION, This is the safety alert symbol When you DANGER DANGER is used to. see this symbol on your machine or in this indicate the presence of a hazard which will. manual be alert to the potential for personal cause severe personal injury death if the. injury warning is ignored, Follow recommended precautions and safe WARNING WARNING is used to. operating practices indicate the presence of a hazard which can. cause severe personal injury or death if the, warning is ignored.
UNDERSTAND SIGNAL WORDS, A signal word DANGER WARNING or CAUTION CAUTION is used to. CAUTION is used with the safety alert sym indicate the presence of a hazard which will or. bol DANGER identifies the most serious haz can cause minor personal injury if the warn. ards ing is ignored, This symbol and these signal words appear on NOTICE NOTICE indicates instal. the machine and in the operator s manual lation operation or maintenance information. Read and understand the following definitions which is important but not hazard related. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 Keep safety signs in good. condition Replace missing or, WARNING damaged safety signs Be sure. CALIFORNIA new equipment components, PROPOSITION 65 WARNING and repair parts include the. Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituents current safety signs. are known to the State of California to cause Replacement safety signs are. cancer birth defects and other reproductive harm available from your Elgin. Sweeper dealer, Please note this warning and remember.
Always start and operate the engine in a Learn how to operate the machine and how to. well ventilated area use controls properly Do not let anyone oper. If in an enclosed area vent the exhaust to ate the machine without instruction. the outside, Do not modify or tamper with the exhaust Keep your machine in proper working condi. system tion Unauthorized modifications to the, machine may impair function and or safety. and affect machine life, FOLLOW SAFETY If you do not understand any part of this man. INSTRUCTIONS ual and need assistance contact your Elgin. Sweeper dealer, Carefully read all safety messages in this. manual and on your machine safety signs, WEAR APPROPRIATE Before moving the machine check the immedi.
ate vicinity of the machine for bystanders Use, CLOTHING PROTECTION the horn as a warning immediately before. moving the machine, Wear close fitting clothing and safety equip. ment appropriate to the job Exercise caution For speeds over 25 mph 40 km h the sweeper. with anything that could be caught in the must be operated from the primary driving. machinery such as jewelry and long hair position left hand or right hand that is stan. dard in the country where you are driving, Operating equipment safely requires the full Operating at these speeds from the other dri. attention of the operator Do not wear radio or ving position can result in severe injury or. music headphones while operating the property damage While the driver is changing. machine Use caution while using a cellular driving position the sweeper must be stopped. telephone while operating the equipment with the gearshift in neutral and the parking. brake applied, Always wear appropriate protection to meet. any applicable industry standard or regula, tions HANDLE FUEL SAFELY.
AVOID FIRES, DRIVING THE SWEEPER, Handle fuel with care It is highly. Operate the sweeper only when all guards are flammable Do not refuel the. fitted and in their correct position machine while smoking or when. near open flame or sparks, Always stop the engines before refueling the AVOID MACHINE INSTABILITY. machine Fill the fuel tank outdoors, Parking brake must be set before raising or. Prevent fires by keeping the machine clean of tilting the hopper. trash grease and debris Always clean up, spilled fuel If applicable make sure the hopper door is. open before the hopper is raised or tilted, AVOID CONTACT WITH Raise or tilt the hopper only when the sweeper.
MOVING PARTS is parked on firm level surfaces, Everyone must be clear of the Lower the hopper to transport position before. sweeper before the engine is start moving the machine. ed and before the brooms are, PARK SWEEPER SAFELY, Many moving parts such as the. side brooms cannot be completely Set the parking brake turn off the engine. shielded due to their function and remove the keys. Stay clear of these moving ele, ments during operation Be sure the hopper is down before leaving. the sweeper, Keep hands feet and clothing away from. power driven parts, AVOID OVERLOADS PRACTICE SAFE, MAINTENANCE REPAIRS.
Observe the maximum permissible, axle loads and total weights Keep the area clean and dry Remove any. build up of grease oil or debris, Never lubricate or service the machine while it. AVOID ELECTRICAL POWER is moving Keep all parts in good condition and. LINES properly installed Fix damage immediately, Replace worn or broken parts. Do not raise the hopper while under, power lines Make sure all maintenance and repairs are. completed by qualified and authorized person, Do not raise the hopper while under nel All applicable industry standards and.
trees bridges etc practices and regulations must be followed. during maintenance and repairs, Lower the hopper to transport position before. moving the machine Make sure the parking brake is set before you. OPERATORS MANUAL Sweeper Serial Number Elgin Sweeper Company Subsidiary of Federal Signal Corporation 1300 W Bartlett Rd The Elgin Pelican Series P i Read this manual carefully and completely before oper ating the sweeper Working with unfamiliar equipment can lead to accidents Understand and follow all safety information when operating the sweeper Elgin employees carefully

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