lubricator


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lubricator

[′lü·brə‚kād·ər]
(engineering)
A device for applying a lubricant.
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All of the fan's lubricating points are now continuously supplied with the precise volume of lubricant using a single lubricator, which prevents any over-lubrication of bearings leading to unwanted temperature increases, which helps to prolong the life of the grease.
With a high IP protection rating, the Multipoint Automatic Lubricator is engineered to resist vibration, withstand repeated equipment wash downs, and prevent ingress of contaminants.
This exceptional automatic lubricator works to produce lubricants at pressure levels of 2000PSI, making it one of the most powerful machines available anywhere within the commercial marketplace.
PJ ELF is the latest development of UNIWAVE spray lubricators.
Capable of counter-boring for aligning different schedules of pipe, the tool comes as a complete kit with clamp ribs and pads, a hose and filter, lubricator, and a metal carrying case.
For example, a major fruit-juice and beverage producer is using a multi-point lubricator to supply standard NLGI 2 grease to 16 points on a wet-section conveyor line.
In an effort to keep things covered, as it were, the Canton, Ohio, manufacturer has added a multipoint lubricator that it calls C-Power to its line of lubricant-delivery devices.
Now, suppose you want to install an automatic lubricator on a remote bearing that is difficult to reach without causing machine downtime.
Loomis says, "This takes the responsibility out of the operator's hands for routine greasing while allowing the lubricator to stay with the attachment.
Features include: air-powered, shock resistant; stainless steel construction; foot switch activation: and an air lubricator for extended motor life.
The integrated process, regulated by a micro-resister, pressurizes the lubricator without dangerous acids, heavy metals, batteries or motors.
For instance, did you know that Elijah McCoy patented a mechanical lubricator for steam engines in 1872, vastly improving train safety and reducing the wear and tear of friction on all types of industrial machinery?