February 8, 2015 in Centralized Lubrication
Drive chains and conveyor chains used in the automobile industry: painting lines, kilns, surface finishing and assembly installations, conveyor systems foodstuffs industry: sterilization systems, baking ovens, slaughterhouses, kilns construction industry, woodworking industry, etc.
In the case of chain lubrication oil is applied from the outside (UC systems), grease injected into the chain studs with the help of a traveling system (GVP systems) or an aerosol sprayed onto the lube point (Vectolub). The lubrication system’s control unit sees to exact positioning of the lubricating fixture, even when the chain is in motion.
UC systems: A magnetic piston pump supplies spray nozzles with oil. They spray precisely metered quantities of oil
(20, 40 or 60 mm³) exactly onto the lube points.
GVP systems: An injection head supplied by a pump briefly engages with the passing chain. The grease (0.35 to 1 ccm) is injected directly into the stud via a lube nipple. VISIOLUB® software is available for electronic process control and diagnoses when GVP systems are used.
Vectolub: Metered lubricant is swirled with compressed air in a spray nozzle. That produces micro-droplets that make their way to the friction point together with the carrier air without forming any mist.
- Fully automatic chain lubrication without production interruptions;
- Precise volumetric metering of lubricant;
- Customized management of lubrication processes;
- Precise, ecofriendly lubrication.
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