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When contacting Upright for service or parts information be sure to include the MODEL and SERIAL NUMBERS from the. equipment nameplate Should the nameplate be missing the SERIAL NUMBER is also stamped on top of the chassis. above the front axle pivot,Stamped Serial Number,Estampille de num ro de s rie. Eingestanzte Seriennummer,PART NUMBER 504164 004,SERIAL NUMBER 53100. HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL,This manual is divided into six sections. S ECTION 1 I NTRODUCTION,General description and machine specifications. S ECTION 2 O PERATION AND S PECIFICATION, Information on how to operate the work platform and how to prepare it for operation.
S ECTION 3 M AINTENANCE,Preventative maintenance and service information. S ECTION 4 TROUBLESHOOTING,Causes and solutions to typical problems. S ECTION 5 S CHEMATICS, Schematics and valve block diagram with description and location of components. S ECTION 6 I LLUSTRATED P ARTS B REAKDOWN,Complete parts lists with illustrations. SPECIAL INFORMATION,D A N G E R, Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which if not avoided will result.
in death or serious injury,W A R N I N G, Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which if not avoided could result. in death or serious injury,C A U T I O N, Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which if not avoided may result. in minor or moderate injury,NOTE Gives helpful information. WORKSHOP PROCEDURES, All information contained in this manual is based on the latest product information available at. the time of printing We reserve the right to make changes at any time without notice. No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in retrieval system or transmitted in any. form by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or otherwise without the. prior written permission of the publisher This includes text figures and tables. C A U T I O N, Detailed descriptions of standard workshop procedures safety principles.
and service operations are not included, Please note that this manual does contain warnings and cautions against. some specific service methods which could cause personal injury or could. damage a machine or make it unsafe, Please understand that these warnings cannot cover all conceivable ways in. which service whether or not recommended by UpRight might be done or. of the possible hazardous consequences of each conceivable way nor could. UpRight investigate all such ways, Anyone using service procedures or tools whether or not recommended by. UpRight must satisfy themselves thoroughly that neither personal safety. nor machine safety will be jeopardized,INTRODUCTION. 1 1 INTRODUCTION, The purpose of this service and parts manual is to provide instructions and illustrations for the.
operation and maintenance of this work platform manufactured by UpRight. The manual includes procedures for proper operation maintenance adjustment and repair of. this product as well as recommended maintenance schedules and troubleshooting. 1 2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION, The work platform consists of the platform controller elevating assembly power module control. module and chassis,W A R N I N G, DO NOT use the work platform without guardrails properly assembled and in. Figure 1 1 X26 32,P LATFORM 1 Platform 1,2 Platform Controller. The platform has a reinforced steel Assembly 2, floor 1 1m 43 5 inch high guardrails 3 Chassis Controls. with midrail 152 mm 6 inch toe 4 Chassis,5 Elevating Assembly.
boards and an entry chain at the rear of,the platform The guardrails can be. folded down for access through doors or,for shipment. P LATFORM C ONTROLLER,The platform controller contains the. controls to operate the machine It is,located at the front of the platform cage. A complete explanation of control func,tions can be found in Section 2.
E LEVATING A SSEMBLY 3,The platform is raised and lowered by. the elevating assembly The hydraulic, pump driven by the engine powers the cylinder Solenoid operated valves control raising and. Introduction 1 2 General Description, The chassis is a structural frame that supports all the components of the X26 32 work platform. P URPOSE OF E QUIPMENT, The objective of the work platform is to provide a quickly deployable self propelled variable. height work platform to elevate personnel and materials to overhead work areas. S PECIAL L IMITATIONS, Travel with the platform raised is limited to a creep speed range.
Elevating of the work platform is limited to firm level surfaces only. Any degree of slope greater than 3 will sound a warning alarm when the machine is elevated. D A N G E R, The elevating function shall ONLY be used when the work platform is level. and on a firm surface, The work platform is NOT intended to be driven over uneven rough or soft. terrain when elevated,2 OPERATION MANUAL, All personnel shall carefully read understand and follow all safety rules and operating. instructions before operating or performing maintenance on any UpRight aerial work platform. Safety Rules, Electrocution Hazard Tip Over Hazard Collision Hazard Fall Hazard. NEVER elevate the platform or drive NEVER position the platform NEVER climb stand or sit on. THIS MACHINE IS NOT the machine while elevated unless the without first checking for overhead platform guardrails or midrail. INSULATED machine is on a firm level surface obstructions or other hazards. USE OF THE AERIAL WORK PLATFORM This aerial work platform is intended to lift persons and his tools as well as the material. used for the job It is designed for repair and assembly jobs and assignments at overhead workplaces ceilings cranes roof structures. buildings etc All other uses of the aerial work platform are prohibited. THIS AERIAL WORK PLATFORM IS NOT INSULATED For this reason it is imperative to keep a safe distance from live parts of elec. trical equipment, Exceeding the specified permissible maximum load is prohibited See Special Limitations on page 4 for details.
The use and operation of the aerial work platform as a lifting tool or a crane lifting of loads from below upwards or from up high on. down is prohibited, NEVER exceed the manual force allowed for this machine See Special Limitations on page 4 for details. DISTRIBUTE all platform loads evenly on the platform. NEVER operate the machine without first surveying the work area for surface hazards such as holes drop offs bumps curbs or debris. and avoiding them, OPERATE machine only on surfaces capable of supporting wheel loads. NEVER operate the machine when wind speeds exceed this machine s wind rating See Beaufort Scale on page 4 for details. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY push EMERGENCY STOP switch to deactivate all powered functions. IF ALARM SOUNDS while platform is elevated STOP carefully lower platform Move machine to a firm level surface. Climbing up the railing of the platform standing on or stepping from the platform onto buildings steel or prefab concrete structures etc. is prohibited, Dismantling the swing gate or other railing components is prohibited Always make certain that the swing gate is closed and securely. It is prohibited to keep the swing gate in an open position held open with tie straps when the platform is raised. To extend the height or the range by placing of ladders scaffolds or similar devices on the platform is prohibited. NEVER perform service on machine while platform is elevated without blocking elevating assembly. INSPECT the machine thoroughly for cracked welds loose or missing hardware hydraulic leaks loose wire connections and damaged. cables or hoses before using, VERIFY that all labels are in place and legible before using. NEVER use a machine that is damaged not functioning properly or has damaged or missing labels. To bypass any safety equipment is prohibited and presents a danger for the persons on the aerial work platform and in its working. NEVER charge batteries near sparks or open flame Charging batteries emit explosive hydrogen gas. Modifications to the aerial work platform are prohibited or permissible only at the approval by UpRight. AFTER USE secure the work platform from unauthorized use by turning both keyswitches off and removing key. The driving of MEWPs on the public highways is subject to regulations made under the Road Traffic Acts. 504164 002,Introduction 3,General Description 3,Special Limitations 4.
Platform Capacity 4,Manual Force 4,Beaufort Scale 4. Lift Overload Alarm 4,Controls and Indicators 5,Pre Operation Safety Inspection 6. System Function Inspection 7,Operation 8,Platform Extension 8. Travel With the Platform Lowered 8,Steering 8,Elevating the Platform 8. Travel With the Platform Elevated 9,Lowering the Platform 9.
Emergency Lowering 9,Lower the Guardrails X26 10,Lowering Procedure 10. Raising Procedure 10,Fold Down guardrails X32 11,Fold Down Procedure 11. Erection Procedure 11,Towing or Winching 12,Parking Brake Release 12. After Use Each Day 12,Hour Meter 12,Transporting the Work Platform 13. Preparation for Shipment 13,Lifting By Crane 13,By Forklift 13.
Driving or Winching onto a Truck or Trailer 13,Maintenance 14. Blocking The Elevating Assembly 14,Scissor Brace Installation 14. Scissor Brace Stowage 14,Battery Maintenance 15,Battery Charging 15. Inspection and Maintenance Schedule 16,Daily Preventative Maintenance Checklist 16. Specifications 19,Page 2 Operation Manual,Introduction 504164 002.
I NTRODUCTION, This manual covers operation of the X 26 32 Self Propelled Work Platforms. This manual must be stored on the machine at all times. G ENERAL D ESCRIPTION,W A R N I N G, DO NOT use the maintenance platform without guardrails properly assembled and in place. Figure 1 X 26 32,1 Platform,2 Elevating Assembly,4 Power Module. 5 Control Module,6 Platform Controls,7 Manual Case. 8 Chassis Controls,9 Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir,10 Batteries.
Operation Manual Page 3,504165 002 Special Limitations. S PECIAL L IMITATIONS, Travel with the platform raised is limited to creep speed range. Elevating the Work Platform is limited to firm level surfaces only. D A N G E R, The elevating function shall ONLY be used when the work platform is level and on a firm surface. The work platform is NOT intended to be driven over uneven rough or soft terrain. PLATFORM CAPACITY, The maximum capacity for the MACHINE including occupants is determined by model and options and. is listed in Decals on page 18,D A N G E R, DO NOT exceed the maximum platform capacity or the platform occupancy limits for this machine.
MANUAL FORCE, Manual force is the force applied by the occupants to objects such as walls or other structures outside the. work platform, The maximum allowable manual force is limited to 200 N 45 lbs of force per occupant with a maximum. of 400 N 90 lbs for two or more occupants,D A N G E R. DO NOT exceed the maximum amount of manual force for this machine. BEAUFORT SCALE, Never operate the X32 machine when wind speeds exceed 7m s Beaufort scale 4. Never operate the X26 machine when wind speeds exceed 12 5m s Beaufort scale 6. BEAUFORT WIND SPEED,GROUND CONDITIONS,RATING m s km h ft s mph.
3 3 4 5 4 12 25 19 4 11 5 17 75 7 5 12 0 Papers and thin branches move flags wave. 4 5 4 8 0 19 4 28 8 17 75 26 25 12 0 18 Dust is raised paper whirls up and small branches sway. 5 8 0 10 8 28 8 38 9 26 25 35 5 18 24 25 Shrubs with leaves start swaying Wave crests are apparent in ponds or swamps. 6 10 8 13 9 38 9 50 0 35 5 45 5 24 5 31 Tree branches move Power lines whistle It is difficult to open an umbrella. 7 13 9 17 2 50 0 61 9 45 5 56 5 31 38 5 Whole trees sway It is difficult to walk against the wind. LIFT OVERLOAD ALARM, If a load equivalent to 90 of safe working load is lifted a fault code 03 will be displayed on the digital. display on the platform control box If a load which is greater than the safe working load is present in the. basket all machine functions will cease to operate and an acoustic warning will sound In order to return to. normal operation a load equal to or less than the safe working load must be present in the basket and the. power must be re cycled power can be re cycled by pushing the emergency stop button and releasing it. D A N G E R, Never operate the machine with a platform load greater than the rated capacity. Page 4 Operation Manual,Controls and Indicators 504164 002. C ONTROLS AND I NDICATORS,Figure 2 Controls and Indicators. Platform Controls,1 Drive eSlectors,2 Horn Button 2 5.
3 Lift Lower Button,4 Emergency Stop Button,6 Joystick. Chassis Controls,1 Keyswitch,2 Enable Button,3 Toggle Switch Up Down. 4 Emergency Stop Switch,Operation Manual Page 5,504164 002 Pre Operation Safety Inspection. P RE O PERATION S AFETY I NSPECTION, NOTE Carefully read understand and follow all safety rules operating instructions labels and National Safety. Instructions Requirements Perform the following steps each day before use. 1 Open modules and inspect for damage fluid leaks or missing parts. Figure 3 Hydraulic Tank,2 Check the level of the hydraulic fluid with.
the platform fully lowered The hydraulic,reservoir is located in the Control Mod. ule Door The fluid level must be,between the MIN and MAX lines Add. The maximum allowable manual force is limited to 200 N 45 lbs of force per occupant with a maximum of 400 N 90 lbs for two or more occupants D A N G E R DO NOT exceed the maximum amount of manual force for this machine BEAUFORT SCALE Never operate the X32 machine when wind speeds exceed 7m s Beaufort scale 4 LIFT OVERLOAD ALARM

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