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  • QLT H40

    User and maintenance manual for EU-branded lighting towers English

  • ATLAS CO

    QLT H40User and maintenance manual

    for EU-branded lighting towers

    User and maintenance manual ..................... ......................5

    Parts list ........................................................... ....................29

    Orig...................

    ...................PCO - PORTABLE AIR DIVISIONwww.atlascopco.comPrinted matter N2954 4950 01

    05/2010

    inal instructions

  • Warranty and Liability Limitation

    Use only authorized parts. Any damage or malfunction caused by the use of uWarranty or Product Liability.The manufacturer does not accept any liability for anadditions or conversions made without the manufacturNeglecting maintenance or making changes to the sethazards, including fire risk.While every effort has been made to ensure that the Atlas Copco does not assume responsibility for possibl

    Copyright 2010, Atlas Copco Airpower n.v., Antwerp, Be

    Any unauthorized use or copying of the contents or anyin particular to trademarks, model denominations, part - 4 -

    nauthorized parts is not covered by

    y damage arising from modifications,er's approval in writing.up of the machine can result in major

    information in this manual is correct,e errors.

    lgium.

    part thereof is prohibited.This appliesnumbers and drawings.

  • Contents

    Safety precautions........................................6

    Leading particulars .......................................8General description ..................................8Markings...........

    Checks to be carriestarting the machi

    Engine oil .........Engine coolant .Starting batteryRoom ventilatio

    Starting and stoppBefore the enginElectric start-upthe lighting towStarting the engSwitching off thFuses and circu

    Electrical connections and use .................15Earthing ...................................................15Appliances...............................................15Protection against electric

    Engine oil.................................................23Fuel, oil and air filters.............................24Replacing the lamps ...............................24Ordering spare parts ..............................25

    .........................................25 lighting tower.................25 and the lighting icles ................................26

    ations of the .........................................27ifications .........................27wing ................................28

    Congratulations on the purchase of your QLT lighting tower. It is a solid, safe and reliable machine, built according to the latest technology. Follow the instructions inthis booklet and we guarantee you years of troublefree operation. Please read the following instructions carefully before starting to use your machine.While every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is correct, Atlas Copco does not assume responsibility for possible errors. Atlas Copcoreserves the right to make changes without prior notice.- 5 -

    .........................................9

    d out before ne ..................................10.......................................10.......................................11.......................................12n ....................................12

    ing the engine ...........13e is started...................13

    procedure for er ...................................13ine.................................13e engine........................14it breakers .....................15

    shocks due to faulty isolation ................15

    Operating the lighting tower....................16Unhooking the lighting tower................16Positioning the lighting tower ...............16Aligning the spotlights ...........................17Extending the mast.................................17Switching on the spotlights ...................18Switching off the spotlights...................18Positioning for transportation ...............19Towing.....................................................20

    Periodic maintenance.................................20Instructions .............................................20Precautions .............................................20Maintenance schedule ...........................21Maintenance of the alternator ...............23Lighting tower engine ............................23Air cooling circuit....................................23

    Storage.................Storage of theTransportationpositioning of tower onto veh

    Technical specificlighting tower .....

    Technical specDimension dra

  • Safety precautions

    Electric shocks To avoid the risk of electric shocks never touch

    the machine with wet hands or feet.

    Make sure that the generating set is connected toearth (see Earthing on page 15).

    Check the efficiency of the safety device everymonth by means of the test button of thedifferential current device (when fitted).

    Noise Depending on the l

    is dangerous to the

    Never operate the insulating panels.

    When using this maapplicable local noi

    Always place the m

    Fuel Always switch off

    down for at least 2

    Do not smoke durindistance from flame

    Be careful not to spmuffler when refue

    Do not operate thespills or in case of a

    Contact a doctor immediately should fuel beswallowed or if fuel has come into contact withthe eyes.

    If fuel accidentally comes into contact with theskin or clothes, immediately wash the skincarefully with soap and change your clothes.

    Hot surfaces Place the machine in a fenced-off location so to

    Do not tamper with the engine's springs, levers orany other parts in an attempt to change theengine's speed.

    Do not start up the engine if the air filter or airfilter lid are not in place.

    Do not move the machine during operation andalways place it on solid ground or on a suitablestable base made of non-inflammable material.

    e engine indoors, inside closed spaces (such as tunnels, tanks,ese locations were established use of this machine.

    cause loss of consciousness andithin just a few minutes.

    t discharge system (for instancemust be provided if the machineclosed rooms.

    be placed at least 1 metre awayr from the ceiling. Suitabletilation must be provided tocooling and efficient engine- 6 -

    evel and exposure time, noisehearing.

    machine without a muffler or

    chine, always comply with these regulations .

    achine in an isolated location.

    the engine and leave it coolminutes before refuelling.

    g refuelling and keep at a safes or sparks.

    ill fuel onto the engine or thelling.

    machine if you notice fuelny other explosion risks.

    avoid possible harm to passers-by or animals.

    Do not allow children to operate the machine.

    Do not allow inflammable liquids and/or materials(e.g. fuel, oil, paper, styrofoam, wooden chips etc)to be placed close to the exhaust pipe while themachine is running.

    Do not generate sparks when the glow plug is notinstalled.

    The engine and exhaust will be hot after use,therefore avoid any direct contact when checkingor repairing them. Always wait until they havecooled down.

    Never operate the machine when the canopy orpanels are open or have been removed.

    Make sure that the machine is placed at least1 metre away from walls or any machinery inorder to avoid possible overheating of the engine.

    Do not cover the machine during operation.

    Exhaust gases Do not operate th

    or little ventilatedpits etc) unless thspecifically for the

    Exhaust gases candeath in humans w

    A suitable exhausleak-proof pipes) is operated inside

    The machine mustfrom any wall oopenings for venensure adequate combustion.

  • Lighting tower mast Do not deploy the mast unless the machine is

    standing on an even surface and the stabilizershave been fully adjusted (see Positioning thelighting tower on page 16).

    Do not deploy the mast if the wind is stronger than90 Km/h.

    Do not deploy the mast in the vicinity of overheadpower cables: DANGER OFELECTROCUTION.

    Make sure that noblighting tower when

    Make sure that the lby means of the rel

    Do not operate the electrical isolation electric wires are w

    Do not switch onprotective lenses odamaged. - 7 -

    ody is standing too close to the the mast is being deployed.

    ighting tower has been earthedevant device (earth rod).

    lighting tower if the machine'ssystem is defective or if theorn or not properly insulated.

    the spotlights without theirr if the lenses are cracked or

  • Leading particulars

    General descriptionThe lighting tower provides an undercarriage (frame, axle and towbar) and 4 spot lights of 1000 W each. The lighting tower is very useful for construction sites where noelectricity nor lighting is available.

    CP Control panelER Earth rodHHSF Handle to adjust the height of the supporting footLPS Locking pin stabilizerM MastRHM Rotating handles mast- 8 -

    RLP Rotating locking pinSF Supporting footSL SpotlightsST StabilizerTB TowbarU Undercarriage

  • MarkingsA brief description of all markings provided on thelighting tower is given hereafter.

    Indicates that this manual should be read carefully before putting the machine into use.

    Indicates that an electric voltage, dangerous to life, is present. Never touch thoperatio

    Indicatehot andcase of that thewell-ve

    Indicatevery hocooler, these patouchin

    Indicateproducedangerorecommwhen o

    Indicates that during refuelling it is prohibited to smoke and a safe distance from flames or sparks must be kept.

    Indicates that the radiator cap should not be opened if cooling liquid is too hot.

    Indicates that the key should be removed before starting maintenance operations

    Indicates that you should disconnect from the mains before starting maintenance operations

    tes the danger of touching g parts of the unit.- 9 -

    e electric terminals during n.

    s that the engine exhaust is a harmful gas, which is toxic in inhalation. Always make sure unit is operated outside or in a ntilated room.

    s that these parts can become t during operation (e.g. engine, etc.). Always make sure that rts are cooled down before g them.

    s that the machine may noise at a sound pressure level us to the hearing. It is ended to use ear protection

    perating the lighting tower.

    Indicates that battery fluid contains sulphuric acid that can cause burns. Wear protective gloves and goggles when handling the battery.

    Indicates that positives battery terminals should ALWAYS be connected first.

    Indicates the earthing connection on the lighting tower.

    Indicates moving parts.

    Indicarotatin

  • Checks to be carried out before starting the machine

    Engine oil

    Checking level and adding engine oil

    The engine oil level can be assessed by using the dip-stick (1) common to all engines. It can be accessedthrough the relevant side doors of the lighting tower.

    Make sure that the oil leand max levels indicatnecessary.

    Engine oil specifications

    High-quality, mineral, hydraulic or synthesizedhydrocarbon oil with rust and oxidation inhibitors,anti-foam and anti-wear properties is recommended.The viscosity grade should correspond to the ambienttemperature and ISO 3448, as follows.

    PAROIL provides wear protection under extremeconditions. Powerful oxidation resistance, highchemical stability and rust- inhibiting additives helpreduce corrosion, even within engines left idle forextended periods.PAROIL contains high quality anti-oxidants tocontrol deposits, sludge and contaminants that tend tobuild up under very high temperatures.PAROIL's detergent additives keep sludge formingparticles in a fine suspension instead of allowing themto clog your filter and accumulate in the valve/rockercover area.

    xcess heat efficiently, whilst bore-polish protection to limit

    lent Total Base Number (TBN) alkalinity to control acid

    ot build-up.

    d for the latest low emissionIER II & III engines running on

    lower oil and fuel consumption.

    It is strongly recommended to useAtlas Copco branded lubrication oils.

    Engine Type of lubricant- 10 -

    vel is always between the mined on the dip-stick. Add oil if

    Specifications PAROIL

    PAROIL from Atlas Copco is the ONLY oil testedand approved for use in all engines built into AtlasCopco compressors and generators.Extensive laboratory and field endurance tests onAtlas Copco equipment have proven PAROIL tomatch all lubrication demands in varied conditions. Itmeets stringent quality control specifications toensure your equipment will run smoothly andreliably.The quality lubricant additives in PAROIL allow forextended oil change intervals without any loss inperformance or longevity.

    PAROIL releases emaintaining excellentoil consumption.PAROIL has an excelretention and moreformation.PAROIL prevents So

    PAROIL is optimizeEURO -3 & -2, EPA Tlow sulphur diesel for

    between -25C and 40C PAROIL Extra

  • PAROIL Extra

    PAROIL Extra is a Synthetic ultra high performancediesel engine oil with a high viscosity- index. AtlasCopco PAROIL Extra is designed to provideexcellent lubrication from start-up in temperatures aslow as -25C.

    Engine coolant

    Checking level acoolant

    The level of the enginemin and max. levels Dthe coolant is too hot. If necessary, replenishinstructions in the engi

    Additives might be necoolant to withstand lo

    Engine coolant specifications Specifications PARCOOL EG

    PARCOOL EG is the only coolant that has beentested and approved by all engine manufacturerscurrently in use in Atlas Copco compressors andgenerators.Atlas Copco's PARCOOL EG extended life coolant isthe new range of organic coolants purpose designedto meet the needs of modern engines. PARCOOL EGcan help prevent leaks caused by corrosion.PARCOOL EG is also fully compatible with allsealants and gasket types developed to join different

    an engine.

    ready to use Ethylene Glycolixed in an optimum 50/50

    freeze protection guaranteed to

    EG inhibits corrosion, deposited. This effectively eliminatesicted flow through the engineradiator, minimizing the risk ford possible failure.

    p seal wear and has excellentted to sustained high operating

    of nitride and amines to protectnvironment. Longer service lifef coolant produced and needingenvironmental impact.

    Liter US galImp gal cu.ft

    Order number

    can 5 1.3 1.1 0.175 1630 0135 00

    barrel 20 5.3 4.4 0.7 1630 0136 00

    Never remove the cooling system fillercap while coolant is hot.The system may be under pressure.Remove the cap slowly and only whencoolant is at ambient temperature. Asudden release of pressure from aheated cooling system can result inpersonal injury from the splash of hotcoolant.It is strongly recommended to useAtlas Copco branded coolant.- 11 -

    nd adding engine

    coolant must be between theo not open the radiator cap if

    the coolant in line with thene's User's Manual.

    cessary in order to enable thewer temperatures.

    The use of the correct coolant is important for goodheat transfer and protection of liquid-cooled engines.Coolants used in these engines must be mixtures ofgood quality water (distilled or de-ionised), specialcoolant additives and if necessary freeze protection.Coolant that is not to manufacturer's specification willresult in mechanical damage of the engine.The freezing point of the coolant must be lower thanthe freezing point that can occur in the area. Thedifference must be at least 5C (41F). If the coolantfreezes, it may crack the cylinder block, radiator orcoolant pump.

    Consult the engine's operation manual and follow themanufacturer's directions.

    materials used within

    PARCOOL EG is a based coolant, premdilution ratio, for anti-40C (-40F).Because PARCOOL formation is minimizthe problem of restrcoolant ducts and the engine overheating an

    It reduces water pumstability when subjectemperatures.

    PARCOOL EG is freeyour health and the ereduces the amount odisposal to minimise Never mix different coolants and

    mix the coolant components outsidethe cooling system.

  • To ensure protection against corrosion, cavitation andformation of deposits, the concentration of theadditives in the coolant must be kept between certainlimits, as stated by thTopping up the coolanconcentration and is thLiquid-cooled enginestype of coolant mixture

    Starting battery Always wear protective gloves and goggles when

    handling the battery - battery fluid containssulphuric acid that can cause burns. If your skin oryour clothes come in contact with the batteryfluid, rinse immediately with plenty of water. Ifeven a tiny quantity is swallowed, seek immediatemedical help.

    ALWAYS connect the positive (+) terminal firstand the negative (-) terminal second.

    Regularly check that the battery fluid is above the

    Room ventilationIf the machine is operated in a closed environment,make sure that there is enough ventilation to removethe exhaust gases from the room where the engine isrunning; also ensure that the exhaust gases aredischarged at a distance that will not allow them to bedrawn back into the engine. It may be necessary toprovide suitable means for removing the exhaustgases (e.g. leak-proof pipes).Place the machine at least at 1m from each wall andthe ceiling and provide suitable openings to allow

    r adequate cooling and good

    Liter US galImp gal cu.ft

    Order number

    can 5 1.3 1.1 0.175 1604 5308 00

    can 20 5.3 4.4 0.7 1604 5307 01

    barrel 210 55.2 46 7.35 1604 5306 00- 12 -

    e manufacturer's guidelines.t with water only, changes theerefore not allowed. are factory-filled with this.

    recommended level. If necessary, add distilledwater.

    Always remove the battery and disconnect theterminals before carrying out any operation(charging or refilling).

    The machine must be placed on even ground bothwhen working and when idle.

    The maximum permissible slope is 30 on all 4sides.

    Atlas Copco accepts no responsibility for anydamage to the lighting tower caused by spilling ofthe battery fluid.

    sufficient air flow foengine combustion.

    Never charge the battery or refillthe fluid when the battery is stillinstalled in the machine! Possiblespillage could damage vital parts ofthe generating set.

  • Starting and stopping the engine

    Before the engine is started

    Electric start-up procedure for the lighting towerConnect the current bySwitch (1) placed inaccessible through the

    Starting the engine

    1. Before starting the engine, check that all the auto-

    2. Before turning the ignition key (2) into theSTART position to start the engine, pleaseremember that on diesel engines with indirectinjection it is necessary to first turn the keyanticlockwise to HEAT (4) to allow the glowplugs to heat up. A yellow light (5) will signal thatthe glow plugs are being heated (keep the keyturned to HEAT) until you release the key.

    arter motor for longer than 8ttempt; if the engine does not10 seconds and then try again.

    as started, release the starter soge to the starter motor and leave position (6)

    Carefully follow all the startinginstructions in the engine's Manualas well as those contained in thisManual.

    This procedure must be carried outeach time that you start the lightingtower.It is recommended that you isolatethe battery by repositioning thebattery isolator switch every timethe machine is moved and when it isnot in use.- 13 -

    means of the Battery Isolatorside the lighting tower andside door.

    matic switches (circuit breaker, general ELCB,sockets protection and lamp circuit breaker) are inthe OFF position (1).

    3. Never run the stseconds at each astart, wait at least

    4. Once the engine hto avoid any damathe key in the ON

  • 5. The controller (7) will activate the engineprotection systems. If any of the parametersdeviate from the norm (for example, low oil orfuel level, etc) the controller will intervene andsignal the problem. The manual for the controllerthat also accompanies the machine, will provideyou with more information on the error messagedisplayed.

    Switching off the engineFollow the instructions below to switch the engine offcorrectly:

    1. Disconnect all electrical appliances connected tothe sockets (1).

    2. Place all the automatic switches in their OFFposition (2).

    4. Turn the key counterclockwise into the OFFposition (3) to switch off the engine

    n emergency arise, it is alsoto stop the machine by

    the EMERGENCY 'STOP'). If the machine is stoppedway, the emergency stop

    ust then be released byit clockwise.

    3- 14 -

    3. It is important to let the engine run at zero load fora few minutes before turning it off.

    7Should apossible pressingbutton (4in this button mrotating

  • Fuses and circuit breakersFuses (1) are for the protection of the controlleragainst overloads and short circuits:

    F1: protection of th

    F2, F3: 220V prote(V, Hz).

    The circuit breaker (2relevant sockets again

    To correctly disconnelighting tower generatoOFF to isolate the electthe plug.

    Electrical connections and use

    EarthingUse a cable of suitable section (at least 6 mm) toconnect the PE terminal to an earth plate that canensure an earth resistance suited to the characteristicsof the lighting tower.

    Appliances

    7. Make sure the load does not exceed the nominalcurrent capacity of the socket or the cableconnected to it.

    8. Never connect the lighting tower directly to themains.

    Protection against electric shocks due to faulty isolation

    manufactured in compliance tos (earthed neutral) and with anotection).

    A protection system against possibleisolation malfunctions is mandatoryon all electric installations to avoid

    lectric shock.- 15 -

    e 12V circuit;

    ction, instrumentation reading

    ) is for the protection of thest overload and short circuits.

    ct the appliances from ther, first position the switch toric load and only then remove

    1. Wait 3 or 4 minutes before connecting the appli-ances to allow the engine to warm up enough.Then plug in the socket.

    2. Make sure that a correct voltage is displayed.

    3. Close the current switch (position ON).

    4. Switch on your appliance.

    5. If the breaker trips, adjust the load until it fallswithin the maximum power limit allowed for thegenerating set.

    6. Make sure that the load does not exceed thenominal power of the generating set as indicatedin the technical data sheet and guaranteed with atolerance of 5% when the engine has run in.

    Derating will be 1% for every 100 m of altitude,2% for every 5C above 20C and 10% when usedcontinuously at constant load.

    Our lighting tower is the TT systems normELCB (differential pr

    risks of e

  • Operating the lighting tower

    Unhooking the lighting tower

    To release the lighting carefully follow the pro

    1. Engage the hand br

    2. Disconnect the cabl

    3. Disconnect the savehicle (3).

    4. Uncouple the trailer from the towing vehicle byreleasing the locking lever of the tow-bar coupler(4).

    5. Proceed with positioning to set up the lightingtower.

    To reconnect the lighting tower to the towing vehicle,proceed as above but in the reverse order (seeTowing on page 20).

    Positioning the lighting tower Follow the steps below to position the lighting tower:

    3. Once the supporting foot has been rotated (2),reposition the rotating locking pin (3), makingsure that it locks the foot perpendicularly to thebearing surface (5).

    ng locking pin of the stabilizer and pull the foot into its initialmaximum extension of the

    r has been extended, release thelock the stabilizer in position.

    Never release the locking lever ofthe towbar (5) while the wheel issupporting the weight of the lightingtower, otherwise the machine couldoverbalance and harm whoever isclose. - 16 -

    tower from the towing vehicle,cedure below:

    ake (1).

    e plug for the trailer lights (2).

    fety wire from the towing

    1. Ensure that the hand brake (1) is engaged. Theend-of-drive sensor underneath the hand brakemust be fully pressed.

    2. While firmly holding the supporting foot (2) of thelighting tower with one hand, release the rotatinglocking pin (3) and rotate the supporting footthrough 90.

    4. Release the rotati(4) by lifting it upposition at the stabilizer (6).

    5. Once the stabilizelocking pin (4) to

  • 6. Turn the handle (7) at the top of the supportingfoot to lower the foot.

    Aligning the spotlights

    1. Check that the glass panes of the lights are in goodcondition (1)

    3. Adjust the rotation of the spotlight using theadjusting lever (3) on the bracket of the support.

    4. Proceed with the extension of the mast asdescribed below.

    Extending the mast

    ergency push button (1) has notit has been pushed, a message display and an acoustic alarm

    Once the positionedcopper bmake suconnected

    The mast cannot be raised if thehand brake is not applied.If the hand brake is released whilethe mast is still up, the mast willdescend to its initial position or until

    brake is applied (this willlled through an intermittentund). - 17 -

    2. Adjust the inclination of the spotlight using thewheels (2) placed at the sides of the spotlight.

    1. Check that the embeen pushed. (If will appear on thewill sound.)

    lighting tower is correctly, fix the earth rod (the

    ar for earthing (9)) andre that it is correctly to the lighting tower.

    the handbe signaalarm so

  • 2. Open the door of the control panel and start theengine as described in Electric start-up procedurefor the lighting tower and Starting the engineon page 13. (If there is no fuel, there will be amessage on the display and an acoustic alarm.)

    3. Put the general circuit breaker to the ON position(2) and all other switches to the OFF position (3).

    4. Use the UP (4) and DOWN (5) buttons on thecontrol panel to extend and adjust the mast to thedesired height (max 9 metres). When the mast isbeing extended/lowwill signal that the

    5. Release the lockinglever (7) of the masand rotate the lighprovided for this pulight beam. The ma

    6. Lock the mast agailever (7).

    Switching on the spotlights

    1. Place the 4 automatic switches (LAMP 1, LAMP2, LAMP 3 and LAMP 4) in the ON position (1).

    Switching off the spotlightsTo switch the lights off, follow the proceduredescribed in Switching on the spotlights but in thereverse order and proceed to lower the mast.

    1. Open the control panel door.

    2. Position the 4 automatic switches (LAMP 1,LAMP 2, LAMP 3, LAMP 4) to the OFF position(1).

    s to cool down - this will takes.

    e not to be used again, lower theWN button on the control panel- 18 -

    ered, an intermittent soundoperation is in progress.

    pin (6) and the clutch lockingt (located on its rotating base)ting tower using the handlesrpose (8) to further adjust the

    st can be rotated through 350.

    n using its locking pin (6) and

    2. Wait for the lights to heat up. This will take about2-3 minutes.

    3. Close the control panel door (2).

    3. Wait for the lamparound 15 minute

    4. If the spotlights armast using the DO(2).

  • 5. The mast is lowered completely when the end-of-run button (3) is pushed down and the intermittentsiren stops.

    Positioning for transportation

    1. Push the DOWN button on the control panel (1) tolower the mast. The mast is lowered completelywhen the end-of-run button is pushed down andthe intermittent siren stops.

    3. Use the handle at the top of each foot to retract the4 feet following the reverse order of the procedure

    ers 2-3-4-5 in Unhooking then page 16. The feet must beelow.

    erations are complete, you willting tower to the same state as ittioning procedure (see figure the lighting tower is correctlyation.

    Once the(switches rememberagain untover.

    If you dgeneratinthe engimachine) - 19 -

    2. Make sure that the jockey wheel is safely fastenedby its own locking lever (2) to ensure that thelighting tower is still stable once the stabilizingfeet are removed. Adjust the height of the jockeywheel using the crank (3). The jockey wheelshould never touch the ground once the lightingtower is coupled to the hook of the towing vehicle(4).

    described in numblighting tower ostowed as shown b

    Once all the above ophave returned the lighwas before the posiabove). At this pointarranged for transport

    lights are switched offin the OFF position),

    not to switch them ONil the cooling-off time is

    o not wish to use theg set on its own, switch offne (and therefore theas described on page 14.

  • TowingBefore commencing towing, ensure you follow theprocedure below:

    1. Check that the coupler (1) of the undercarriage ofthe lighting tower is safely coupled to the towinghook of the hauling vehicle.

    2. Connect the cablingthat the rear lights(indicators, lights,

    3. Check that the pressure and condition of the tyresare suitable for the road and the climaticconditions.

    Periodic maintenance

    Instructions If the lighting tower is not going to be used for a

    moderate period of time, it is suggested that youstart and run the engine for a few minutes every 8to 10 days. This will ensure that the machineremains operational and is ready to be used whenneeded.

    Regular maintenance is essential for the optimumperformance, safe operation and a longer working

    e.

    with any type of maintenance, necessary precautions to avoidng the engine: disconnect thee starter key and push the STOP

    any change or modification tolighting tower or its electric

    t any maintenance when the

    close to any moving parts (e.g.nd to any hot parts (e.g. muffler,lants, lubricants ).- 20 -

    plug to the hauling vehicle so of the lighting tower workbrake lights) (2).

    4. Release the hand brake (3).

    life of the machin

    Precautions Before proceeding

    please take all theaccidentally startibattery, remove thbutton.

    Do not carry out any part of the system.

    Do not carry ouengine is running.

    Be careful when pulleys, fans ) aengine block, coo

    Do not proceed with towing if younotice any broken or faulty parts.

    Drive carefully according to theroad and climatic conditions.

  • Maintenance schedule

    Before carrying out any maintenance activity, check that the start switch is in position O and that no electrical power is present on the terminals.

    Maintenance schedule DailyEvery 500 hours

    or yearlyEvery 1000 hours Every 2000 hours

    Service pak - 2912 6409 05 - -

    For the most important subassemblies, Atlas Copco has developed service kits that combine all wear parts. These service kits offer you the benefits of genuine parts, save on administration costs and are offered at reduced price, compared to the loose components. Refer to the parts list for more information on the contents of the service kits.

    Check for air, fuel, cool x

    Check oil and coolant le x

    Check or drain water in x

    Clean air cleaner and du x

    Visual walk around the x

    Check tension and cond x

    Replace engine oil (2) x

    Replace engine oil filter x

    Grease door hinges and x

    Replace fuel filter elem x

    Check electrolyte level x

    Check electrical system x

    Check engine electrical x

    Replace air filter elemen x

    Check/clean radiator/co x

    Check crankcase ventila x- 21 -

    ant and oil leakage x x x

    vel x x x

    fuelfilter/waterseparator x x x

    st bowl x x x

    unit x x x

    ition of the V-belt (1) x x

    x x

    x x

    locks x x

    ent x x

    and terminals of battery x x

    for security of cables and wear x x

    ground connection x x

    t x x

    oler fins x

    tion system x

  • Notes:

    (1) V-belt can be order

    (2) Use PAROIL Extra

    (3) Rocker cover gaske

    Fuel injectors should b

    Inspect water pump ev

    Replace V-belt (1) x x

    Measure alternator insulation resistance x x

    Check glycol level in coolant x x

    Check PH level of engine coolant x x

    Check and adjust engine inlet and outlet valves (3) x x

    Test glow plugs x x

    Check alternator and starter motor x

    Test thermostats x

    Check engine mounts x

    Inspection by Atlas Cop

    e to be tested on a regular should run for minimum 30 that the engine reaches its- 22 -

    ed with PN 2914 9876 00.

    only.

    ts can be re-used after valve clearence.

    e tested every 3000 hrs

    ery 3000 hrs

    co Service technician

    Generators in standby application havbasis. At least once a month the engineminutes at a high load (50% - 70%)operating temperature.

  • Maintenance of the alternatorThe alternator does not require any specific generalmaintenance. However, please follow the indicationsin the User's Manual that accompanies the lightingtower.

    Lighting tower engineCarefully follow all the instructions contained in theUser and Maintenance Manual that accompanies thelighting tower.

    Air cooling circuit

    The cooling air follows the following path throughthe lighting tower:

    The air enters the circuit through an openingbelow the alternator (1)

    The air proceeds through the engine and alternatorcompartment of the lighting tower (2).

    Engine oil Check the engine oil level before every time that

    the lighting tower is used. To do this you mustensure that the machine stands on an even surfaceand that the engine is not running.

    Make sure the oil level is between min (1) andmax (2) on the oil dipstick. Top up if necessary.All information regarding the type of oil which isrecommended is to be found in the Use andMaintenance Manual.

    en as instructed in the Use andual. Oil can be extracted usingraction pump on the engine. Byton on the pump, oil will beed. You must place a receptacle to collect this waste oil.

    Check evcooling cidust or otis obstruc- 23 -

    The air exits through the fan, engine cooler andlabyrinth, in that order (3).

    Replace oil as oftMaintenance Manthe special oil extactivating the piscompletely removnext to the engine

    ery day that all the airrcuits are not clogged withher particles. If any circuitted, it must be cleaned.

  • Dispose of waste oil properly. All lubricant oilsfor engines and hydraulic circuits, both mineraland synthetic, are classified as dangerous waste.Disposing of waste oils in the environment wouldpollute the ground and ground water and istherefore strictly prohibited.

    It is recommended that you arrange for anauthorized service centre to change the oil so thatyou ensure that the waste oil is disposed ofproperly.

    Fuel, oil and air filters Regularly perform

    parts as indicatedMaintenance Manu

    The engine shouldbeen correctly instalighting tower to acnecessary mainintermittent spannemaintenance is requ

    Do not smoke and flames and sparkscarried out and wheused.

    Replacing the lamps

    1. Release the 5 clamps and rotate them to open theprotection glass. The glass must stay hinged onthe bottom part of the spotlight (1).

    2. Remove the lamp, first releasing the safety spring(2) placed around the lamp and then unscrewingthe lamp from its seat (3).

    p and replace the safety spring

    e glass using the 5 clamps andfully tighten the screws with a

    Do not touch the lamps when theyare still hot without having taken allnecessary precautions. It isrecommended that protective glovesare always worn. - 24 -

    maintenance work and replace in the engine's Use andal.

    never run before filters havelled. Open the rear door of thecess the engine and perform alltenance operations. Anr icon will be displayed whenested.

    maintain a safe distance from while maintenance is beingn fuels and solvents are being

    3. Install the new lam(2).

    4. Lock the protectivremember to carescrewdriver.

    1 3

  • Ordering spareIt is possible to order spby making reference toenclosed Parts List manAlways quote the partthe quantity of the partand the serial number o

    Storage

    Storage of the lighting tower If the lighting tower is not going to be used for a

    lengthy period of time, it must be kepthorizontally in a dry place. It is also recommendedthat you cover it with a protective tarpaulin toavoid possible damage and corrosion due toenvironmental conditions.

    To facilitate movement from place to place, thelighting tower is equipped for road towing and

    A spare lamp for emergencysituations can be kept in the toolspace (4) on the side of the lightingtower opposite to the electric panel. - 25 -

    partsare parts for the lighting tower the parts as mentioned in theual.

    number, the designation ands required, as well as the typef the machine.

    with fork seats (on its underside) as well as acentral lifting eye so that it can be easily movedand lifted.

  • Transportation and positioning of the lighting tower onto vehicles

    As well as the ability to be towed, the lightingtower can also be easily lifted and moved todifficult areas thanks to its central lifting eyeand fork seats on its underside. All that isneeded is a fork lift truck or a mechanical arm.

    The fork seats and the lifting eye can also beused to place the lighting tower onto trucks forroad transportation.

    If the lighting towers are carried on trucks orsimilar vehicles, stable and secure. is placed perfectlywith 4 fixing pointmeans of anchorinthese do not atransportation and

    It is recommendedby a tarpaulin to pconditions if it is t

    Figures 1, 2, 3 anpoints for the lighbelow show the st- 26 -

    ensure that the machine isCheck that the lighting tower horizontally - it is equippeds for stability. Straps or otherg must be used provided thatffect the machine's safe

    integrity.

    that the machine is coveredrotect it against bad weatherransported on an open truck.

    d 4 below show the securingting tower; figures 5 and 6

    raps used to secure the tower.

  • Technical specifications of the lighting tower

    Technical specifications

    The lighting tower trolley is manufactured accordingto ISO/European road standards currently applicable.

    Engine Perkins 403D-11Alternator 8 kVA

    Fuel tank capacity 145 litresFuel consumption at 70% 1.8 l/hIndependent operation 80 hours approx.

    Power outputs 2x16 Amp, 230VHydraulic systemProtection

    Noise LevelLiquid collection tanRoad lights and refle

    Max height of mastMax rotation of mastTime needed to raisemastLifting systemSpot lights

    Mast sectionsExtendible stabilizing

    Dimensions with undercarriageMax dimensions (stabilizers extended)

    Wet weight 1200 kg

    Dry weight 1070 kg- 27 -

    Biodegradable oilIP 23

    60 dB(A) @ 7 mk For all liquidsctors Standard

    9.2 m350

    the 15 sec

    Hydraulic4 x 1000W 230V metal halide8

    feet 4

    2460 x 1320 x 2270 mm2460 x 2440 x 9200 mm

  • Dimension drawing- 28 -

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    Parts list

  • ENGINE AND ALTERNATOR ASSEMBLY - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5000 00 PERKINS ENGINE 115 3002 5001 00 ALTERNATOR 120 3002 5002 00 VIBRATION-DAMPING 225 3002 5003 00 VIBRATION-DAMPING 130 3002 5004 00 SILENCER 135 3002 5005 00 CLAMP 140 3002 5006 00 EXHAUST GAS FLEX PIPE 145 3002 5007 00 THERMAL INSULATOR 150 3002 5008 00 SUPPORT RELAY AND

    BATTERY SWITCH 155 3002 5009 00 RELAY START/STOP 1

    ELAY PREHEATING 1ATTERY CHARGER EGULATOR 1ATTERY SWITCH 1IL EXTRACTION KIT 1ATTERY SUPPORT 1ATTERY 1

    50

    30

    KITU-05-C4-23651

    35

    45

    40 605575

    10

    20- 30 -

    60 3002 5010 00 R65 3002 5011 00 B

    R70 3002 5012 00 B75 3002 5013 00 O80 3002 5014 00 B85 3002 5015 00 B

    20

    15

    2585

    80

    50

    65

    70

  • UNDER CARRIAGE - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5016 00 AXLE WITH BRAKES 115 3002 5017 00 TYRE 220 3002 5018 00 TOWBAR SUPPORT 125 3002 5019 00 TOWBAR WITH HANDBRAKES 130 3002 5020 00 TOWBAR WHEEL CLAMP 135 3002 5021 00 TOWBAR WHEEL 140 3002 5022 00 THREADED BAR 145 3002 5023 00 SAFETY SWITCH 150 3002 5024 00 EYE TOWING 1

    15

    2550 OPTIONAL

    40

    45- 31 -

    15

    10

    20

    35

    30

  • FRAME AND PANELS - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5025 00 TRAILER FRAME 115 3002 5026 00 LIFT SUPPORT 120 3002 5027 00 TANK RADIATOR LIQUID 125 3002 5028 00 RIGHT FORK LIFT POCKET 130 3002 5029 00 LEFT FORK LIFT POCKET 135 3002 5030 00 REAR BUMPER 140 3002 5031 00 COMPLETE STABILIZER

    CROSSBAR 445 3002 5032 00 ADJUSTABLE FOOT 450 3002 5033 00 SCREW 455 3002 5034 00 NUT 1

    ANDWHEEL 1ARTH ROD 1ROUNDING CLIP 1

    65

    30

    60

    101550 50

    20

    70

    454040- 32 -

    60 3002 5035 00 H65 3002 5036 00 E70 3002 5037 00 G

    25

    55

    35

    45

  • CANOPY - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5038 00 TOP CANOPY PANEL 115 3002 5039 00 LEFT SIDE CANOPY PANEL 120 3002 5040 00 RIGHT SIDE CANOPY PANEL 125 3002 5041 00 FRONT SIDE LOWER CROSSBAR 130 3002 5042 00 FRONT SIDE PANEL 135 3002 5043 00 FRONT SIDE UPPER PANEL 140 3002 5044 00 REAR LOWER CROSSBAR 145 3002 5045 00 REAR DOOR 150 3002 5046 00 INSPECTION PLATE

    INSPECTION PLATE 155 3002 5047 00 FUEL FILLER FLANGE 1

    ATTERY COVER 1OOR 1HASSIS FLANGE 1IR DUCT 1ANGE 1

    UDGUARD 2UDGARD HOLDER 1UDGARD HOLDER 1

    AMP PROTECTOR 1IFTING HOOK 1IGHT LIGHT 1EFT LIGHT 1OVER 1ARE LAMP BULB HOLDER PTIONAL) 1

    LACK HANDLE 2OCK 1INGE 4OCK 1

    ASTIC CAP 8

    150110

    80

    85

    90

    145

    70 75 120

    65

    95140

    40

    140 135100

    115

    95

    85

    60

    45- 33 -

    60 3002 5048 00 B65 3002 5049 00 D70 3002 5050 00 C75 3002 5051 00 A80 3002 5052 00 FL85 3002 5053 00 M90 3002 5054 00 M95 3002 5055 00 M100 3002 5056 00 L105 3002 5057 00 L110 3002 5058 00 R115 3002 5059 00 L120 3002 5060 00 C125 3002 5061 00 SP

    (O130 3002 5062 00 B135 3002 5063 00 L140 3002 5064 00 H145 3002 5065 00 L150 3002 5066 00 PL

    55

    15

    50

    2030125

    10

    25

    30

    35

    105

    130

  • FUEL TANK ASSEMBLY - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5067 00 FUEL TANK 115 3002 5068 00 FUEL TANK CASING 120 3002 5069 00 FLANGE 125 3002 5070 00 RUBBER WASHER 130 3002 5071 00 FUEL INDICATOR 135 3002 5072 00 FUEL CAP 140 3002 5073 00 CAP 145 3002 5074 00 COPPER WASHER 1

    40

    35

    10

    45

    30- 34 -

    15

    20

    25

  • SUPPORT FOR TOWER COLUMN AND FRAME - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5075 00 COMPLETE SUPPORT OF TOWER COLUMN 1

    15 3002 5076 00 COMPLETE SUPPORT TOWER FRAME 1

    20 3002 5077 00 END PLATE 125 3002 5078 00 CYLINDER FIXING 130 3002 5079 00 HAND BRAKE STOP 135 3002 5080 00 PLASTIC SPACER TYPE A 140 3002 5081 00 RUBBER GRIP 345 3002 5082 00 PLASTIC SPACER 150 3002 5083 00 SAFETY SWITCH 1

    OD FOR HAND BRAKE 1ADIAL BEARING 6OP LOCK PIN 1

    OLT 1REW 1REW 1LF-LOCKING NUT 1LF-LOCKING NUT 1

    UT 1ASHER 1OCK WASHER 1ANDLE FOR HAND BRAKE 1

    20

    4590

    15

    35

    10 35 35 35

    40110 55 90

    8050

    30

    751006010085- 35 -

    55 3002 5084 00 R60 3002 5085 00 R65 3002 5086 00 ST70 3002 5087 00 B75 3002 5088 00 SC80 3002 5089 00 SC85 3002 5090 00 SE90 3002 5091 00 SE95 3002 5092 00 N100 3002 5093 00 W105 3002 5094 00 L110 3002 5095 00 H

    95

    65

    25

    105

    7020

    20

  • TOWER - FIRST ELEMENT - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5096 00 TOWER'S FIRST ELEMENT 115 3002 5097 00 PIN 120 3002 5098 00 PIN 425 3002 5099 00 BEARING PIN 630 3002 5100 00 RADIAL BEARING 635 3002 5101 00 PULLEY 640 3002 5102 00 CABLE TYPE R-R 145 3002 5103 00 PLASTIC BUFFER A TYPE 2050 3002 5104 00 PLASTIC BUFFER E TYPE 1455 3002 5105 00 PLASTIC BUFFER C TYPE 860 3002 5106 00 LOCK WASHER 2

    OCK WASHER 2LASTIC PIN 1

    60

    15 45 10 50 25 30 35 70 55 55

    40- 36 -

    65 3002 5107 00 L70 3002 5108 00 E

    45 45

    20

    6545 45

  • TOWER - SECOND ELEMENT - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5109 00 TOWER'S SECOND ELEMENT 115 3002 5110 00 PIN 120 3002 5111 00 PIN 125 3002 5112 00 BEARING PIN 130 3002 5113 00 RADIAL BEARING 135 3002 5114 00 PULLEY 140 3002 5115 00 CABLE TYPE R-R 145 3002 5116 00 PLASTIC BUFFER B TYPE 150 3002 5117 00 PLASTIC BUFFER E TYPE 155 3002 5118 00 PLASTIC BUFFER D TYPE 260 3002 5119 00 PLASTIC BUFFER A TYPE 1

    LASTIC BUFFER C TYPE 2OCK WASHER 2OCK WASHER 2LASTIC PIN 1

    45

    70

    10 50 25 30 35 80 55 55

    15

    40- 37 -

    65 3002 5120 00 P70 3002 5121 00 L75 3002 5122 00 L80 3002 5123 00 E

    60 65

    75

    20

    50 65

  • TOWER - THIRD ELEMENT - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5124 00 TOWER'S THIRD ELEMENT 115 3002 5125 00 PIN 220 3002 5126 00 PIN 225 3002 5127 00 BEARING PIN 130 3002 5128 00 RADIAL BEARING 135 3002 5129 00 PULLEY 140 3002 5130 00 CABLE 145 3002 5131 00 PLASTIC BUFFER D TYPE 450 3002 5132 00 PLASTIC BUFFER B TYPE 255 3002 5133 00 PLASTIC BUFFER E TYPE 260 3002 5134 00 LOCK WASHER 1

    45

    40

    20

    10 45 60 35 30 25 55 50- 38 -

    4550 55 45

    15

    20

    15

  • TOWER - FOURTH ELEMENT - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5135 00 TOWER'S FOURTH ELEMENT 115 3002 5136 00 PIN 220 3002 5137 00 PIN 225 3002 5138 00 BEARING PIN 130 3002 5139 00 RADIAL BEARING 135 3002 5140 00 PULLEY 140 3002 5141 00 CABLE TYPE R-R 145 3002 5142 00 PLASTIC BUFFER D TYPE 450 3002 5143 00 PLASTIC BUFFER B TYPE 255 3002 5144 00 PLASTIC BUFFER E TYPE 260 3002 5145 00 SEGER 1

    45

    6045

    15

    40 35 30 25 55 5010

    20- 39 -

    45 55 504515

    20

  • TOWER - FIFTH ELEMENT - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5146 00 TOWER'S FIFTH ELEMENT 115 3002 5147 00 CABLECABLE 220 3002 5148 00 LOCK WASHER 225 3002 5149 00 BEARING PIN 130 3002 5150 00 RADIAL BEARING 135 3002 5151 00 PULLEY 140 3002 5152 00 CABLE TYPE R-R 145 3002 5153 00 PLASTIC BUFFER D TYPE 450 3002 5154 00 PLASTIC BUFFER B TYPE 255 3002 5155 00 PLASTIC BUFFER E TYPE 260 3002 5156 00 ELASTIC PIN 1

    50

    60

    55

    15

    40353025 45 4510

    20- 40 -

    45 50 554515 20

  • TOWER - SIXTH ELEMENT - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5157 00 TOWER'S FIFTH ELEMENT 115 3002 5158 00 CABLE 220 3002 5159 00 LOCK WASHER 225 3002 5160 00 BEARING PIN 130 3002 5161 00 RADIAL BEARING 135 3002 5162 00 PULLEY 140 3002 5163 00 CABLE TYPE R-R 145 3002 5164 00 PLASTIC BUFFER D TYPE 450 3002 5165 00 PLASTIC BUFFER B TYPE 255 3002 5166 00 PLASTIC BUFFER E TYPE 260 3002 5167 00 ELASTIC PIN 1

    50

    45

    30

    45 50

    15

    40 3560 25

    55

    10

    20- 41 -

    45 4555 15

    20

  • TOWER - SEVENTH ELEMENT - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5168 00 TOWER'S SEVENTH ELEMENT 115 3002 5169 00 PLASTIC BUFFER D TYPE 220 3002 5170 00 PLASTIC BUFFER B TYPE 125 3002 5171 00 PLASTIC BUFFER E TYPE 1

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    15 252015

  • ROAD SIGNALISATION - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5172 00 LAMP SUPPORT 115 3002 5173 00 SUPPORT 420 3002 5174 00 LAMP IP65 E40 - 1000W 125 3002 5175 00 LIGHTBULB 130 3002 5176 00 SPIRALED WIRE 135 3002 5177 00 BOLT 140 3002 5178 00 HANDGRIP 145 3002 5179 00 WASHER 150 3002 5180 00 WASHER 155 3002 5181 00 BOX 160 3002 5182 00 CABLE GLAND 1

    ABLE GLAND 1ABLE GLAND 1

    UG 1

    60 65

    151530

    35

    55

    45

    75 75

    45

    35

    1010

    70- 43 -

    65 3002 5183 00 C70 3002 5184 00 C75 3002 5185 00 PL

    504040

    20

    25

    20

  • HYDRAULIC SYSTEM - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5186 00 KIT HYDRAULIC PUMP 115 3002 5187 00 KIT HYDRAULIC PISTON 120 3002 5188 00 HYDRAULIC CYLINDER 125 3002 5189 00 FLEXIBLE PIPE 130 3002 5190 00 NIPPLE 235 3002 5191 00 SECURITY VALVE 140 3002 5192 00 ELECTRIC MOTOR 145 3002 5193 00 HYDRAULIC GEARBOX 150 3002 5194 00 HYDRAULIC PUMP 155 3002 5195 00 OIL TANK CAP 160 3002 5196 00 HYDRAULIC OIL TANK 1

    ALLAST 4

    60

    40

    45

    50

    55

    25

    20

    10- 44 -

    65 3002 5197 00 B15

    3530

    30

    65

  • ELECTRIC PANEL - STANDARD

    REF PART NUMBER DESIGNATION QTY

    10 3002 5198 00 CONTROL PANEL 115 3002 5199 00 PLASTIC BOX FOR

    CONTROL PANEL 120 3002 5200 00 DOOR 125 3002 5201 00 HINGE CFA. 40. SH-4 230 3002 5202 00 LEVER TYPE LOCK, MOD. CV16 135 3002 5203 00 GUIDE DIN 35X7 240 3002 5204 00 SCREW 245 3002 5205 00 CONTROL UNIT 150 3002 5206 00 EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON 1

    ART KEY ENGINE 1DICATOR 1

    IFTING / LOWERING BUTTON 2OLDER FUSE 10A 3IRCUIT BREAKER 1P+N 16A 6IRCUIT BREAKER 1P+N 32A 2ENERAL EARTH LEAK IRCUIT BREAKER 32 A -30MA 1COUSTIC ALARM 1A -2P+T 230V SOCKET 1A -2P+T 230V SOCKET 1, TRANSFORMER 50/5A 1

    ABLE GLAND 2ONNECTOR 10P 1ONNECTOR 16P 1ONNECTOR 4P+T 4OOR KEY 1ASKET AR

    25

    25

    3575

    20

    50

    55

    6030

    115

    40

    101545120 65 70- 45 -

    55 3002 5207 00 ST60 3002 5208 00 IN65 3002 5209 00 L70 3002 5210 00 H75 3002 5211 00 C80 3002 5212 00 C85 3002 5213 00 G

    C90 3002 5214 00 A95 3002 5215 00 16100 3002 5216 00 32105 3002 5217 00 TA110 3002 5218 00 C115 3002 5219 00 C120 3002 5220 00 C125 3002 5221 00 C130 3002 5222 00 D135 3002 5223 00 G

    8085

    90

    110 135

    125

    130

    95 100

    105

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  • Following documents are provided with this unit:

    Test Certificate

    EC Declaration of Conformity:

    1 EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY2 We, Atlas Copco Airpower n.v., declare under our sole responsibility, that the product 3 Machine name : Power generator (< 400 kW) 4 Commercial name : 5 Serial number :

    Which falls under the provisions of article 12.2 of the EC Directive 2006/42/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to machinery, is in conformity with the relevant Essential Health and Safety Requirements of this directive.

    The machinery complies also with the requirements of the following directives and their amendments as

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    Instruction manualSafety precautionsElectric shocksNoiseFuelHot surfacesExhaust gasesLighting tower mast

    Leading particularsGeneral descriptionMarkings

    Checks to be carried out before starting the machineEngine oilChecking level and adding engine oilEngine oil specificationsSpecifications PAROILPAROIL Extra

    Engine coolantChecking level and adding engine coolantEngine coolant specificationsSpecifications PARCOOL EG

    Starting batteryRoom ventilation

    Starting and stopping the engineBefore the engine is startedElectric start-up procedure for the lighting towerStarting the engineSwitching off the engineFuses and circuit breakers

    Electrical connections and useEarthingAppliancesProtection against electric shocks due to faulty isolation

    Operating the lighting towerUnhooking the lighting towerPositioning the lighting towerAligning the spotlightsExtending the mastSwitching on the spotlightsSwitching off the spotlightsPositioning for transportationTowing

    Periodic maintenanceInstructionsPrecautionsMaintenance scheduleMaintenance of the alternatorLighting tower engineAir cooling circuitEngine oilFuel, oil and air filtersReplacing the lampsOrdering spare parts

    StorageStorage of the lighting towerTransportation and positioning of the lighting tower onto vehicles

    Technical specifications of the lighting towerTechnical specificationsDimension drawing

    Parts list