4x4 forklift FAQs
The all-terrain forklift needs to be run-in after leaving the factory. Running-in refers to the process of making the various parts of the off-road forklift reach the best working condition through proper use and maintenance after the off-road forklift leaves the factory.
After the rough terrain forklift leaves the factory, there is usually a running-in period. During this period, the use of the forklift should be relatively easy, and attention should be paid to proper maintenance of the forklift. This allows the various parts of the forklift to be properly lubricated and the forklift to work at its best.
The running-in period usually lasts for a period of time, generally speaking, it will be between the first month and the third month after leaving the factory. During the running-in period, attention should be paid to avoid overloading the forklift, and the forklift should be maintained and maintained in time.
What should be paid attention to during the running-in period of rough terrain forklifts？
The lift truck machine has been thoroughly inspected and adjusted before leaving the factory. However, if it is in a harsh working environment from the beginning, it will significantly shorten the life of the machine. Therefore, it must be run-in in the first 50 hours, and pay attention to maintenance and maintenance. Observe the following regulations during the run-in period:
After the running-in period is over, all components of the forklift have reached the best working condition, and the forklift can be used normally at this time. However, even after the running-in period is over, the forklift should be maintained and maintained regularly to ensure the normal operation of the forklift.
● After turning on the machine, run it idle for 5 minutes to fully warm up the engine. Do not accelerate the engine suddenly during the warm-up phase.
● Except for emergency situations, avoid sudden start, sudden acceleration, sudden steering and sudden braking.
● During the break-in period, each gear of the forward gear and the reverse gear should be run-in evenly.
During the run-in period, it is advisable to load loose materials, and the operation should not be too fast or too fast. During the running-in period, the loaded weight shall not exceed 70% of the rated load, and the driving speed shall not exceed 70% of the rated maximum speed.
Pay attention to the lubrication of the machine, and replace or add lubricating oil according to the specified time.
Check the fastening of bolts and nuts of each component.
After 10 hours of running-in for a new car and after the running-in period expires, the following work should be carried out:
a. Comprehensively check the fastening condition of bolts and nuts of each component. In particular, the diesel engine cylinder head bolts, engine, gearbox and front and rear axle fixing bolts, rim nuts, drive shaft connecting bolts and the middle seat fixing bolts of the front drive shaft should all be inspected once.
b. Clean the coarse and fine oil filters and fuel filters.
c. Check the tightness of the fan belt, generator belt and air conditioner compressor belt.
d. Check the storage capacity of the battery and tighten the battery connector
e. Check the transmission oil level.
f. Check the sealing of the hydraulic system and brake system.
g. Check the connection and fixation of each control lever and throttle lever.
h. Check the temperature and connection of each component of the electrical system, the power supply status of the generator, the working conditions of lighting and turn signal lamps, etc.