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This manual is furnished with each new model It provides necessary operation and maintenance instructions. Read this manual completely and understand, the machine before operating or servicing it. This machine will provide excellent service However the best results will be obtained at minimum costs if. The machine is operated with reasonable care, The machine is maintained regularly per the machine maintenance instructions provided. The machine is maintained with manufacturer supplied or equivalent parts. PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT MACHINE DATA, Please dispose of packaging Please fill out at time of installation. materials used components for future reference, such as batteries and fluids in. an environmentally safe way ac, cording to local waste disposal.
regulations Model No, Always remember to recycle Serial No. Installation Date, Tennant Company, PO Box 1452, Minneapolis MN 55440. Phone 800 553 8033, www tennantco com, Thermo Sentry is a trademark of Tennant Company. Specifications and parts are subject to change without notice. Original instructions Copyright 2007 2009 2010 2015 2017 2018 TENNANT Printed in U S A. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 2 BRUSHES 26, OPERATION 4 MAIN BRUSH 26. MACHINE COMPONENTS 4 REMOVING THE MAIN BRUSH 26, SYMBOL DEFINITIONS 5 INSTALLING THE MAIN BRUSH 26.
CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 6 CHECKING AND ADJUSTING THE. OPERATION OF CONTROLS 7 MAIN BRUSH PATTERN 27, PROPEL CONTROL HANDLES 7 SIDE BRUSH 28. FILTER SHAKER OVERRIDE SWITCH 7 REMOVING THE SIDE BRUSH 28. BATTERY CHARGE INDICATOR 8 INSTALLING THE SIDE BRUSH 28. BATTERY CHARGER PANEL 8 ADJUSTING THE SIDE BRUSH 28. HOUR METER 9 DEBRIS HOPPER DUST FILTER 29, MAIN BRUSH LEVER 9 DEBRIS HOPPER 29. SIDE BRUSH ARM 10 CHECKING AND ADJUSTING, PARKING BRAKE LEVER 10 THE HOPPER FLOOR. CIRCUIT BREAKERS AND FUSES 11 CLEARANCE 29, BRUSH INFORMATION 11 ADJUSTING THE DUST FILTER. MACHINE OPERATION 12 TO HOPPER SEALING 29, PRE OPERATION CHECKLIST 12 THERMO SENTRY 30.
SWEEPING 12 DUST FILTER 30, EMPTYING THE HOPPER 13 REMOVING THE DUST FILTER 30. REMOVING THE HOPPER 14 INSTALLING THE DUST FILTER 30. MACHINE TROUBLESHOOTING 15 SKIRTS SEALS 31, MAINTENANCE 16 HOPPER LIP SKIRT 31. MAINTENANCE CHART 16 REAR BRUSH SKIRTS 31, LUBRICATION 18 HOPPER TOP SEAL 31. DRIVE CHAINS 18 MAIN BRUSH SKIRTS AND SEALS 31, DIFFERENTIAL 18 PROPEL HANDLE ASSEMBLY 32. BRUSH ARM PIVOTS 18 ADJUST PROPEL HANDLE, REAR CASTER 18 ASSEMBLY 32.
SIDE BRUSH GEAR BOX 19 TRANSPORTING AND STORING, SELF ADJUSTING SHEAVE 19 THE MACHINE 33. BATTERIES 20 TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE 33, LEAD ACID BATTERIES 20 STORING MACHINE 33. CHARGING BATTERIES 21 SPECIFICATIONS 34, ELECTRIC MOTORS 23 GENERAL MACHINE. BELTS CHAINS 23 DIMENSIONS CAPACITIES 34, PROPELLING BELTS 23 GENERAL MACHINE PERFORMANCE 34. CHECKING AND ADJUSTING THE POWER TRAIN 34, PROPELLING BELT TENSION 23 TIRES 35.
SIDE BRUSH BELT 24 MACHINE DIMENSIONS 35, CHECKING AND ADJUSTING THE INDEX 36. SIDE BRUSH BELT TENSION 24, MAIN BRUSH BELTS 25, VACUUM FAN BELT 25. CHECKING AND ADJUSTING THE, VACUUM FAN BELT TENSION 25. WHEEL DRIVE CHAINS 26, STATIC DRAG CHAIN 26, S10 331580 11 07 1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, The following symbols are used throughout this FOR SAFETY.
manual as indicated in their description, 1 Do Not Operate Machine. WARNING To warn of hazards or Unless Trained And Authorized. unsafe practices that could result in Unless Operation Manual Is Read And. severe personal injury or death Understood, In Flammable Or Explosive Areas. FOR SAFETY To identify actions that Unless Designed For Use In Those. must be followed for safe operation of Areas, equipment Do Not Pick Up Flammable Or Toxic. Material Burning Or Smoking Debris, The following information signals potentially Or Hazardous Dust. dangerous conditions to the operator or, equipment Read this manual carefully Know 2 Before Starting Machine.
when these conditions can exist Locate all safety Make Sure All Safety Devices Are In. devices on the machine Then take necessary Place And Operate Properly. steps to train machine operating personnel, Report machine damage or faulty operation 3 When Using Machine. immediately Do not use the machine if it is not in Go Slow On Grades And Slippery. proper operating condition Surfaces, Use Care When Backing Machine. Do Not Operate On Inclines That, WARNING Batteries emit hydrogen gas Exceed 8 75 5 With A Full Hopper. Explosion or fire can result Keep Never Operate On Inclines That. sparks and open flame away Keep Exceed 12 2 7, covers open when charging. 4 Before Leaving Or Servicing Machine, WARNING Disconnect battery cables Stop On Level Surface.
and charger plug before servicing Set Parking Brake. Turn Off Machine And Remove Key, machine Do not charge batteries with. damaged power supply cord Do not, 5 When Servicing Machine. modify plug, Avoid Moving Parts Do Not Wear, Loose Jackets Shirts Or Sleeves. If the charger supply cord is damaged or When Working On Machine. broken it must be replaced by the Use Hoist Or Jack Of Adequate. manufacturer or its service agent or a Capacity To Lift Machine. similarly qualified person in order to avoid a Wear Eye And Ear Protection When. hazard Using Pressurized Air Or Water, Do not pull on battery charger cord to. WARNING Heavy hopper Do not unplug Grasp plug at outlet and pull. remove without help Can cause back Disconnect Battery Connections. strain Before Working On Machine, Avoid Contact With Battery Acid.
This machine is not equipped with explosion Use TENNANT Supplied Or Equivalent. Replacement Parts, proof motors The electric motors will spark. upon start up and during operation which, 6 When loading unloading machine. could cause a flash fire or explosion if, onto off truck or trailer. machine is used in an area where flammable Turn off machine. vapors liquids or combustible dusts are Use truck or trailer that will support. present the weight of the machine, Use winch Do not push the machine. onto off the truck or trailer unless the, load height is 380 mm 15 in or less.
from the ground, Block machine tires, Tie machine down to truck or trailer. 2 S10 331580 2 2018, SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, The following safety decals are mounted on the. machine in the locations indicated If these or any. decal becomes damaged or illegible install a new, decal in its place. CHARGER CORD LABEL, FOR SAFETY LABEL LOCATED, LOCATED NEAR CHARGER. ON THE CONTROL PANEL, BACK STRAIN LABEL LOCATED, ON THE TOP OF THE HOPPER.
BATTERY CHARGING LABEL, LOCATED ON THE LEFT SIDE, S10 331580 7 07 3. MACHINE COMPONENTS, A Filter Cover, B Left Access Cover. C Parking Brake Lever, E Side Brush, F Side Brush Arm. G Right Access Cover, H Instrument Panel, 4 S10 331580 7 07. SYMBOL DEFINITIONS, The symbols are used to identify controls and.
displays on the machine, Filter Shaker, Main Brush Free Float. Main Brush Down, Main Brush Up, Main Brush Adjust, Circuit Breaker. Circuit Breaker, Hour Meter, Battery Charge Indicator. Electric Key Switch, Key Switch Off, Key Switch On. S10 331580 7 07 5, CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS, A Stationary Handle.
B Filter Shaker Override Switch, C Battery Charge Indicator. D Main Brush Lever, E Hour Meter, F On Off Key Switch. G Forward Propel Handle, H Reverse Propel Handle, I Circuit Breakers. J Charger Panel, 6 S10 331580 7 07, FILTER SHAKER OVERRIDE SWITCH. OPERATION OF CONTROLS, The filter shaker override switch enables the.
automatic filter shaker When the switch is in the, PROPEL CONTROL HANDLES on position the filter shaker motor will shake the. dust from the filter for 20 seconds when the, The propel control handles control the direction of machine is turned off The switch should be in the. the machine on position during normal operation, To move the machine forward wrap the fingers. around the stationary handle then press the, palms of the hand against the propel handle To. stop the machine release the handle, When the switch is in the off position the filter.
shaker motor will not operate when the machine is, turned off The switch should be in the off. position when servicing the machine, To move the machine backward squeeze the. reverse propel handle To stop the machine, release the handle. S10 331580 7 07 7, BATTERY CHARGE INDICATOR When the red light lights up the machine will. completely shut down, The battery discharge indicator shows the charge.
level of the batteries, When the batteries are fully charged all seven. lights are lit, NOTE Do not charge batteries more often than. necessary Excessive charging could reduce the, life of the batteries It is best to charge the. batteries only when the left light indicates that the. As the batteries discharge the lights go out until battery needs charging See BATTERIES in the. only the left light is blinking Sweeping functions MAINTENANCE section. will continue Recharge the batteries when only, the left light is blinking. NOTE The blinking left battery discharge light will. not reset from blinking until the batteries are fully. BATTERY CHARGER PANEL, The battery charger panel shows the status of.
charging after the charger has been plugged into, a wall outlet. 8 S10 331580 7 07, HOUR METER Main brush down position Smooth even floors. Push the lever forward and then pull it back and, The hour meter records the number of hours the. lock the top notch in the lever in the Main Brush, machine has operated This information is useful. Down position, in determining when to service the machine.
Main brush free float position Uneven floors, MAIN BRUSH LEVER Push the lever forward and then to the left and. The main brush lever controls the position of the release it in the Main Brush Free Float position. main brush, Main brush up position Pull the lever up and lock. the bottom notch of the lever into the Main Brush, Up position. When parking the machine always raise the, brush to prevent the bristles from taking a set. S10 331580 7 07 9, SIDE BRUSH ARM PARKING BRAKE LEVER.
The side brush arm controls the position of the To set the parking brake step on the lever and. side brush release it into the long notch on the left. To raise the side brush pull the lift arm up and, push it back into the raised position To lower the. side brush pull the arm forward and release it into. the down position, To release the parking brake step on the lever. and release it into the short notch on the right, When parking the machine always raise the. brush to prevent the brush bristles from taking a, 10 S10 331580 7 07. CIRCUIT BREAKERS AND FUSES, BRUSH INFORMATION, Circuit breakers are resettable electrical circuit.
protection devices that stop the flow of current in. the event of a circuit overload Once a circuit, breaker has tripped allow breaker to cool and For best results use the correct brush type for the. then press the reset button to manually reset the cleaning application Listed below are the brushes. breaker and the applications for which each is best suited. NOTE The amount and type of soilage play an, important role in determining the type of brushes. to use Contact a Tennant representative for, specific recommendations. Nylon 6 Double Row Main Brush, Recommended for general sweeping and has. good hopper loading Nylon has the longest life of, the bristle types Use this brush for sweeping.
rough or irregular surfaces, Polypropylene 6 Double Row Main Brush. Superior pick up of sand gravel and paper litter, Polypropylene retains its stiffness when wet and. can be used indoors or outdoors with equal, performance Not recommended for. The fuse is a one time protection device designed, high temperature debris. to stop the flow of current in the event of a circuit. overload The 15 A fuse is located behind the, Fiber and Wire 6 Row Main Brush Offers.
hopper on the main frame, good sweeping action and pickup in heavy dust. concentrations This brush is recommended, NOTE Always replace the fuse with a fuse of the. where soilage is slightly encrusted The brush is, same type and amperage. not recommended for heavy buildup or hard, packed soilage. The following chart shows the various circuit, breakers and fuses and the electrical components Natural Fiber 18 Row Main Brush The.
they protect natural choice for cleaning fine debris on carpet. and sweeping very heavy dust and other fine, PROTECTIVE particles on hard surfaces. DEVICE RATING CIRCUIT PROTECTED, CB 1 15 A Shaker Motor. CB 2 60 A Main Drive Propel Motor, FU 1 15 A Control Power. S10 331580 1 10 11, MACHINE OPERATION, Plan the sweeping in advance Try to arrange. long runs with minimum stopping and starting, PRE OPERATION CHECKLIST Overlap brush paths Sweep as straight a path as.
possible Avoid bumping into posts or scraping the, Check the battery charge level sides of the sweeper Sweep debris from very. narrow aisles into main aisles ahead of time Do, Check the hopper lip skirt for damage and an entire floor or section at one time. Pick up oversize debris before sweeping Pick up, Check the hopper seal for damage and wear pieces of wire twine or string which could. become entangled in brush or brush plugs, Check the dust filter for damage. This manual is furnished with each new model It provides necessary operation and maintenance instructions Read this manual completely and understand the machine before operating or servicing it This machine will provide excellent service However the best results will be obtained at minimum costs if The machine is operated with reasonable

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