- Continuous precision output
- Reliable Unist pump
- Separate air/fluid control
- Economical MQL solution
Provides small shop economy. See how this portable lubricator can lead to big lubricant savings and better quality products. Contact us today.
Coolubricator JR™ Oil Mist Lubrication applications:
- Drill presses
- Open milling machines
- Boring mills
- Works with metals, woods and plastics
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Coolubricator JR™ lets you lubricate machines throughout your shop
This portable lubricator moves from machine to machine without production delays. Hand-carry this versatile lubricator from one scheduled cutting or machining equipment to the next. A heavy-duty magnet lets you install it with minimal downtime.
This system produces a continuous output of precisely metered lubricants. Air-driven, positive-displacement pumps precisely meter each drop of lubricant at .03 cc/stroke. The 100-million cycle pulse generator allows for automatic, infinite repeat cycling of the metering pump. This ensures that a continuous, external film of lubricant is applied to the tool-work interface.
Lets operator easily control atomization of the spray by adjusting air, pulse per minute and liquid metering.
Adjusts output from 4-200 injection cycles per minute with 0.1 to 3.0 drops of lubricant per cycle. A durable, vented 16 oz. reservoir on the CNC mister holds more than 14,400 drops of lubricant.
Dispenses any highly refined lubricant including Unist’s high-efficiency Coolube® from the oil mist lubrication system's durable, 16 oz. (0.5 L) vented reservoir.
The Coolubricator JR™ combines lubricant and air in a co-axial nozzle tip. The oil mist lubrication system keeps atomization and distribution of the liquid consistent regardless of the hose length. Plastic 12 in. nozzle is coupled with 5 ft. Co-Axial hose. A heavy-duty magnetic base at the hose/nozzle connection of the oil mist lubrication system makes it easier to relocate and position the nozzle at the friction points.