Electromechanical Automatic Single Point Lubricator
The single point lubricator (SPL) is an automatic lubrication method widely used in modern manufacturing operation. Since their introduction more than 50 years ago, SPLs have undergone an extensive improvement process. Original spring type lubricators (old compression grease cup) were replaced by gas charged automatic lubricators, and battery-operated electromechanical lubricators are now replacing gas charged lubricators. These new SPLs offer more and more flexibility and reliability than their predecessors have.
Pulsarlube M, one of the most sophisticated electromechanical SPL is designed to ensure reliable lubrication and cut lubrication cost by an advanced electronic control mechanism. It consists of a vertical feed pump, motor/gear set, and Microprocessor control system, which makes outstanding operating pressure available (20Kg-f/cm?, 280psi, Typical). The lubricant is supplied in either 125cc or 250cc Pulsarlube grease pouches, which are replaceable along with an Pulsarlube battery pack. Pulsarlube M offers 6 optional dispensing rates from 1/2(Half) to 12(Twelve) months in a single unit.