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1 Sport Ice Elektro 124 Operation Manual 2007/4 V2.1

2 Introduction The Sport Ice Elektro 124 is an ice resurfacing machine designed to be used on small ice surfaces. The machine has been designed to produce a high quality ice surface. The typical ice surface for this machine is approximately 650 square meters. It has the water capacity (380 liters) for almost ½ of a regular hockey ice surface. Note: The machine has not been designed to function as a snow-plow machine. If you are using the machine on an outdoor rink, you must first remove any fresh snow accumulated on the ice surface before using the ice resurfacer. Safe Operation 1) Keep all guards in place. 2) Only operate the machine when no on is on the ice surface. 3) No riders. Single operator only. 4) Make sure the floor/ice surface can safely support the machine. 5) Only drive the machine if you have been trained in the correct and safe operation of the machine. 6) Make sure the headlights, tail-light and horn are functional each time you use the machine. 7) Perform a safety walk-around on the machine every BEFORE you operate the machine. 8) Always park the machine in a secure place, set the parking brake and remove the key switch, when done. 9) Take care when turning, reduce your speed for sharp turns. 10) Always operate while sitting down in the operator s seat. 11) Always have the High-Power switch turned off when the machine is not on the ice.

3 Safety Walk-Around The Safety Walk-Around is an important activity performed each time the operator gets on the machine. To perform the Safety Walk-Around: 1) Inspect the wheel lug nuts. Make sure that all 4 nuts on each wheel are in place and appear tight. 2) Look for loose tire studs or ice screws. 3) Make sure the floor plates are in place. Make sure that the electrical control cover (left of operator) is in place and bolted tight. 4) Make sure that the conditioner covers are in place before resurfacing. 5) Make sure that the chain guard on the vertical auger housing is in place. 6) Make sure that the upper and lower snow shields on the vertical auger are in place. 7) Make sure that the snow shield on the snow tank is in place and that the plastic window and guards are intact and in good condition. 8) Make sure that the control levers are in the OFF or NEUTRAL position. 9) Look for signs of oil leaking. Make sure the hydraulic hoses appear in good condition. 10) Look for loose nuts, bolts and other fasteners. 11) Look for debris in the path of the machine. 12) Look for people in the vicinity of the machine. Remain aware of their proximity to the machine. 13) Note if the water tank fill hose is inserted in the machine. 14) Note if the battery charger is connected to the machine s batteries. 15) Make sure that the safety nameplates are visible. 16) Inspect the cutting blade position. Use caution around the blade.

4 Snow tank lid Snow tank Water tank Ice conditioner Left Side Machine View

5 Vertical auger housing Snow slinger housing Ice conditioner Right Side Machine View

6 Lift bar cylinder Water pipe Vertical auger housing Towel bar Ice conditioner Rear Machine View

7 Snow shield Water fill port Accelerator pedal Water valve control rod Parking brake (top portion of brake pedal). To apply; push down on pedal, then rocker top section. To release; push on lower section of pedal. Brake pedal Machine Details

8 Snow slinger motor Snow chute Vertical Auger motor Chain guard Snow slinger housing Oil filter and tank filler/breather Battery hold down bracket Battery Battery charger connection Machine Details

9 Snow Shield Snow shield guards Snow Slinger housing DANGER! Do not place hand or fingers near the exhaust chute. Snow Shield and slinger housing details

10 Machine Operation Before going on the ice 1) Perform the Safety Walk-Around. 2) Start the machine in the following manner: a. The directional Forward/Reverse switch must be in neutral. b. The accelerator pedal (and switch) must be open (not depressed). c. Make sure the High Power switch is turned OFF. d. Turn the key switch to the right one position. Wait two seconds for the traction control to energize. e. Turn off the key switch. Immediately turn the key switch back on, this will allow the pump control to energize. (You will hear the pump motor start). f. Raise the conditioner/vertical auger housing to it s full height. g. Remove the parking brake by pushing on the center of the brake pedal. h. Select a drive direction (forward or reverse). i. Push on the accelerator pedal. The machine will begin to move. Vary the machine s ground speed as needed. j. Drive, brake and turn in a smooth manner. 3) To stop the machine: a. Slow and stop in a smooth manner using the brake pedal. i. Note: machine plugging will also help slow the machine. b. Turn off the High Power switch. c. Lower the conditioner onto wood blocks d. Turn off the key switch. e. Set the parking brake by pushing on the top portion of the brake pedal (marked as Parking Brake ). f. Remove the key switch.

11 To get ready to Resurface: 1) Make sure the batteries are properly charged. Disconnect the batteries from the charger. Connect the batteries to the machine. 2) Fill the water tank. 3) Place the towel bar in the lower position on the conditioner. To Resurface: 4) Safely drive onto the ice surface 5) With the machine moving slowing forward, lower the conditioner completely. 6) Turn on the High Power switch. You will hear the pump motor speed up. 7) Turn on the augers and snow slinger by pulling up on the center control lever. 8) Turn on the ice making water valve and regulate the water as needed. 9) Adjust the ice shaving blade as needed. 10) You can view the snow transfer into the snow tank via the snow shield windows. 11) Drive as smoothly as possible and at a consistent speed. Try not to drive fast and then slow, as this will affect the snow transfer system and the water delivery. Overlap the conditioner to the previous lap by approximately 150 mm or 6 inches. 12) At the end of the resurfacing: a. Turn off the water b. Turn off the augers and snow slinger. c. Raise the conditioner completely. d. Turn off the High Power switch. e. Slowing drive off the ice. Watch out for pedestrians and other vehicles. f. Dump the snow from the snow tank. After the resurfacing: 13) Wash out the conditioner to remove snow and ice. 14) Refill the water tank. 15) Plug the batteries into the charger. Charge the batteries. 16) Lower the conditioner onto wood blocks. 17) Place the towel in the upper location on the conditioner.

12 Operator Controls The machine has the following operator controls: -Steering wheel -Horn switch -headlight/taillight switch - High Power switch -Dash display -Battery Discharge Indicator (BDI) -Fault codes -Hourmeter -Directional switch (Forward/Reverse) -Key switch -Water control rod -Control levers for machine functions -Conditioner up/down -Augers on/off -Dump tank up/down Dash Display -Battery Discharge Indicator -Fault codes -Hourmeter Directional Switch Horn switch Key Switch Steering wheel Headlight switch High Power switch Operator Controls

13 The machine drives and steers and brakes in a manner similar to an automobile. The steering wheel controls the driving direction. The accelerator pedal controls the vehicle speed. The foot pedal brake controls the braking. Note: The traction control has been programmed for regenerative braking. This means that when the operator lifts his foot from the accelerator pedal, the traction drive motor begins to act like a brake. High Power Switch This switch is located on the dash (see the photo). It is used to change the pump motor speed from low speed to high speed High speed operation will provide the most pwer for the hydraulic system. High speed operation should only be used when resurfacing. This will conserve battery energy and extend the operating time for the machine. To turn on the High Power switch, activate the rocker switch on the dash. Directional Switch The directional switch is used to select the machine s travel direction. Push the switch lever to the top to go forward. Move it to the bottom position to select reverse direction. Dash Display Note: Always return the directional switch to neutral after the machine operation is complete. If the machine is started with the direction switch in forward or reverse, the dash display will show SEQ FAULT. The means sequence fault and the machine will not drive until the directional switch is placed in neutral (with the accelerator pedal NOT depressed). Then select the drive direction by moving the lever. The dash display provide the following information to the operator -Battery Discharge Indicator (BDI) -Hourmeter -Fault Codes Battery Discharge Indicator The BDI is displayed with a 10 segment bar display along the top of the dash display. Each segment represents 10% of the battery s usable energy. The BDI meter is most accurate when the machine is driving. Watch and record the battery capacity after each resurfacing. Hourmeter Use the hourmeter to record operating time and refer to the maintenance schedule for items to be performed based on hours of operation.

14 Fault Codes The dash display will inform the operator of diagnostic fault codes. A common operational fault code that may be seen is the SEQ FAULT. This means that the operator controls were activated out of sequence and for safety reasons, the machine will not drive. To clear a sequence fault, place the directional lever in neutral and have your foot off the accelerator pedal. Then, select a drive direction and press on the accelerator pedal. Other faults may be displayed. Refer to the electrical control section for more information. Control Levers The control levers are used in the following manner: 1) The left side lever raises and lowers the conditioner and auger housings. 2) The center lever turns on the augers and snow slinger. 3) The right hand lever raises and lowers the dump tank. 4) The water control rod regulates the water flow to the ice 5) The blade control handwheel adjusts the cutting depth of the blade. Auger/snow slinger lever Dump tank lever Lift bar lever Control Levers (Viewed from operator s seat)

15 Ice Conditioner The ice conditioner allows the operator to produce a high quality ice surface. The ice conditioner: -cuts the ice via the shaving blade. -conveys the shaved ice via the auger system to the dump tank -applies water to the ice surface to become the new skating surface. Blade control hand wheel Water discharge pipe Conditioner cover plates (3 places) Blade leveling screws Towel bar in upper position Ice Conditioner Details

16 Blade Control The depth of cut is adjusted by the blade control lever and hand wheel. Rotate the hand wheel in a clockwise direction to increase the amount of cut. For proper blade operation, the blade must be set -at the correct shaving angle -leveled to the conditioner runners. Set the blade so that it is at 10 when the front edge of the blade is level with the bottom of the conditioner runner on each side of the conditioner. Adjust the level via the blade leveling screws located on each side of the conditioner. Adjust the blade angle using the blade control handwheel. Note: When the blade is level and at the correct angle, the center of the blade will be approximately 1.1 mm (.045 in.) into the ice. This will produce quite a cut. Reduce the depth of cut by rotating the handwheel in the counter-clockwise direction a couple of turns before resurfacing. Installing the cutting blade Note: Extreme care must be taken when working with the cutting blade. The blade can cut and severly injure you or another EVEN when it is dull. 1) Raise the conditioner completely 2) Loosen the blade holding nuts and bolts using the 3/8 hex key and ¾ socket. 3) When the blade holding fasteners are loose, place wood blocks under the conditioner, and lower the conditioner until the blade is slightly above the wood blocks. 4) Remove the blade holding fasteners and lower the blade onto the wood blocks. Slide the blade along the wood blocks toward the rear of the conditioner and immediately place the blade into the blade scabbard. 5) Inspect the bottom mounting surface of the blade holding bar in the conditioner. Remove any debris or build up. Wipe clean with a cloth. 6) Position the new blade on the wood blocks. Slide it into the position in the conditioner. 7) Loosely install the blade bolts and nuts in the outside hole locations on each side of the conditioner. 8) Install the remaining blade mounting hardware. 9) Tighten the bolts beginning in center and work outboard, alternating between the sides of the blade.

17 Battery Charging and Care The batteries require proper charging, care and machine operation. Learning this information and following the correct practices will help the machine s batteries perform to their fullest capacity. Battery Charging 1) Make sure to start the beginning of each day with a full battery charge. This normally means that the batteries must be placed on the charger the previous evening and allowed to charge through the night. 2) During the day, after each resurfacing, plug the batteries into the charger. Turn on the charger if it does not start automatically, and charge the batteries between each resurfacing. This will ensure that you have enough battery power for correct machine operation throughout the day. 3) At the end of each day, plug the batteries into the charger and allow the charger to operate until it automatically shuts down. 4) DO NOT allow smoking or open flames near the batteries when charging. Battery Inspection 1) Once per week, inspect the battery electrolyte level in each of the battery s cells. Check the level within one hour of the batteries completing a full charge cycle. BE sure to wear safety glasses and gloves when near the battery acid. 2) There are three cells per battery. The electrolyte should cover the plates and be below the filler cap neck. 3) If you need to add increase a cells electrolyte level, add water only. DO NOT OVERFILL. A battery cell with too high an electrolyte level may overflow during charging and spill the battery acid. 4) Once per week, use a hydrometer to measure each cell s specific gravity (S.G.) Record this value on the battery inspection record. The electrolyte should be clear. The value across cells should be consistent and not vary more than.05 S.G. from the cell average value. 5) You may also use an electronic multi-meter to record the batteries Open Circuit Voltage (OCV). The OCV value per battery should not vary more than.05vdc from the average value. Record this value on the battery inspection chart. 6) Once per week, inspect the battery cable connections to the battery posts. Make sure they are tight. Inspect the battery cables for signs of heating or other damage.

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