Available now from Delta Distribution , the GreaseMax chemically operated automatic lubricator greases bearings and seals and is also excellent for purging and preventing ingress of contaminants.
A chemical reaction commences when the activator cap is screwed into the GreaseMax chemically operated automatic lubricator. The gas generated through this chemical reaction expands a diaphragm, causing pressure on a piston, which results in the discharge of the lubricant. When the cartridge is empty the piston becomes visible in the transparent cone.
Featuring a steel body, the GreaseMax chemically operated automatic lubricator is able to be used in hot applications and where pressure is needed, such as on long feed lines.
Key features of the GreaseMax chemically operated automatic lubricator include:
- provides continuous lubrication at a constant rate, for a set period
- works without maintenance or adjustment
- has no electrics or mechanical items for complete reliability
- can be quickly and simply changed over at the end of its operating period
- can be used on moving and vibrating applications, long feed lines and underwater
- is self regulating (the rate of discharge is not affected by bearing condition, seal condition or grease-way resistance).
- better mechanical reliability
- less down-time from bearing failure and therefore lower maintenance costs, better production rates and lower cost of production
- direct cost savings with lower labour requirements
- proven in-service performance
- optimal reliability based on a proven design and many years of in-service use
- safety certification from the German TÜV organisation
- no need to hand grease moving equipment
- economical unit cost.
- production improvements and ROI benefits as production equipment remains on-line
- a reduction in personnel time for the required management process to isolate and re-activate process equipment.