Accurately and efficiently dispense lubrication to multiple points to improve machine reliability. Often used on critical components, such as bearings, slides, gears, and chains, these systems consist of a combination pump and reservoir that measures the amount of lubricant needed and applies it automatically. They can help reduce the waste, labor costs, and downtime associated with manual lubrication.
Manual Oil Pumps with Reservoir
Use these pull-lever style pumps on equipment that requires infrequent or intermittent lubrication, such as punch presses and milling machines. They have a large fill port for easy filling and a sight glass for monitoring lubricant levels. The drop-in oil filter helps keep the lubricant clean. These pumps can support single or multiple lubrication points.
Electric Oil Pumps with Reservoir
These electric pumps automatically provide frequent lubrication in heavy duty applications. The clear reservoir allows you to see when the lubricant requires filling. You can also wire the pumps to provide a remote notification of low fluid levels. They can support single or multiple lubrication points.
Fixed Distribution Interval
Adjustable Distribution Interval — Oil Delivery Time 1-180 Seconds (Variable)
Air-Powered Pumps with Reservoir
Power these central lubrication pumps using your shop's air system. Reservoirs, timers, valves, meters, and pumps can be combined to create a system that supports multiple lubrication points.
For Grease with Adjustable Cycle Timer — 0-0.01 cu in Lubricant Output per Cycle per Feed
For Oil with Adjustable Cycle Timer — 0-0.01 cu in Lubricant Output per Cycle per Feed
These air-powered pumps are used in greasing or oiling applications when precision metering is required. Use them to replace existing pumps or combine them with other components such as reservoirs, timers, and valves to build a central lubrication system.
Oil & Grease — 0-0.01 cu in Lubricant Output per Cycle per Feed
Grease Cartridge Adapters for Air-Powered Pumps
Use these adapters to allow your air-powered pump to use a disposable cartridge instead of a reservoir.