With nearly unlimited configurations available, Unist can provide you with a wearpoint lubrication system that prevents damaging friction build-up for:
Approximately 50 percent of bearing failures and 60 percent of mechanical failures can be tracked to inadequate or improper lubrication. Often there are so many wearpoints to lubricate that your standard maintenance procedures just can’t keep up with them all. But the price for not maintaining them can take an unecessary toll on your maintenance and repair budget.
Air/Oil 24/7 Wearpoint Lubrication Systems can stem this budget drain. It will apply timed, precise amounts of lubricant to reduce bearing and mechanical wear and downtime on your high speed and other conveyor or power transmission chains.
Unist engineers will design the chain or conveyor lubrication system to automatically lubricate hundreds of wearpoints with the precise frequency and volume of air and lubricant needed. No wearpoints will be missed. None will be over lubricated.
24 - 240 VAC
12 - 24 VDC
Provides periodic signal to operate oil metering pumps
for water and particulate removal
Provides periodic signal to operate oil metering pumps for adjustment of air pressure to lubrication points
Continuous Output – Pulse Generator = infinite cycling at an adjustable 5-200 pulse/min.
Additional Output – Drive up to 16 pumps for 16 individual output options
Air Valve Options – Control air input with Manual Valve, Air Pilot Valve, or 3-Way Solenoid Valve (available in 110 VAC or 24 VDC)
Pump Options – 3 types available:
Choice of reservoir capacity – 16 oz. (473mL) nylon reservoir standard
Unist Director Of OEM Sales, Mark Cooper was honored to attend 2017's Taipei International Machine Tool Show (TIMTOS). Above, Mark chats with Dogan Portakal and Hayrettin Kagnici from OZKA, our distributor from Turkey. Mark was also pleased to meet with our newest distributor in Taiwan, Century Automation.
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