lubricator

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lubricator

[′lü·brə‚kād·ər]
(engineering)
A device for applying a lubricant.
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LAGD Series lubricators are supplied ready-to-use in two sizes (60 ml and 125 ml) and integrate tool-free activation.
With Klubermatic lubricators, up to 55 percent of rolling bearing failures can be prevented by delivering the correct lubricant at the optimum frequency.
lubricator, fabric scanner, yarn consumption control unit, motor drive belt system and others.
Automatic lubricators deliver the right lubricant, in the right quantity, to the right location.
John Tilly, regional organiser for the Rail, Maritime and Transport union, said he has a number of concerns, including the cant, or angle, of the loop line track, and its maintenance - and he also claimed the wrong grease has been used in lubricators.
Superseding the 1997 edition, ISO 6301-2:2006, Connections for fluid power and general use--Ports and stud ends with ISO 261 metric threads and O-ring sealing--Part 4: Dimensions, design, test methods and requirements for external hex and internal hex port plugs, specifies tests, procedures and a method of presenting the results concerning the parameters that define the main characteristics to be included in the supplier's literature of lubricators conforming to ISO 6301-1.
The air service (AS) system has a modular construction and is comprised of filters, pressure regulators, lubricators and accessory devices such as shut-off valves and distribution blocks.
In addition to the C-Power centralized multipoint lubricator, Timken also offers G-Power (gas-powered) and M-Power (motorized) single-point lubricators.
Compressed air and fluid process systems specialists, Thorite, has introduced a new way for customers to save money when complying with the requirements of BS 6005, which covers the safety of polycarbonate bowls on filters, filter/regulators and lubricators.
Available in Europe for eight years, simatec lubricators employ a patented miniature gas producing dry cell technology.
The evaluation also identified the causes of the severe pressure drop, which included components, such as point-of-use filters, regulators and lubricators (FRLs) and additional air-treatment equipment.