ADVANCED LUBRICATION FOR TOUGH SITUATIONS
- Reliable and cost-efficient automated centralized grease lubrication system.
- For multiple lubrication points in heavy process industries.
- Used in lubrication systems in paper machines, mills and other processing plants.
- A closed system minimizes the risk of contaminating grease.
- Reduced risk of grease separation (compared to most other systems).
- An air-powered dual-line pump controlled by either: (a) a control unit for one or more channels, or (b) by the lubricated machine’s control unit.
- Dispensers are manufactured in zinc-plated steel.
- Air-powered pump or electrical pumping station.
- Flexible system; easy to increase or reduce the number of application points; add more greasing points by adding more dosers.
- Acid-proof steel (AISI 316) available for especially tough environments.
The more lubrication points there are in a system, the more economical it is to automate them.
FOR TOUGH PROCESS CONDITIONS
Able to withstand challenging conditions but still easy to maintain, repair and troubleshoot.
Protects bearings and open gears.
Heavy process industry typically has many lubrication points in a relatively small area, making an advanced lubrication system economically sound. Even smaller systems can benefit from a dual-line system, but the more lubrication points there are in the system, the more economical it becomes. Multiple lubrication point applications are utilized in various industries including paper machines, causticizing plants, cleaning plants, bark presses, debarking drums, sawmills, within steel mills and plants for non-ferrous metals, guide vanes in water turbines and many more.
ASSALUB’s dual-line automated, centralized grease lubrication system is designed for use in tough industrial situations. The dispensers are manufactured using zinc plated steel and there is an acid proof steel version (AISI 316) for even more challenging environments.
A Dual-line system can include more than 1,000 lubrication points. At the system’s core is ASSALUB’s air powered dual-line pump controlled by a control unit for one or more channels, or controlled by the lubricated machine’s control unit.