ELECTRO-LUBER™ is the most widely-used single point unit with extensive safety ratings. This unit can be used underwater, in mines, and other hazardous areas.
JACK LUBER™ is a cost-efficient and powerful unit, pushing lubricant up to 200psi. It operates under extreme temperatures (-20°C – +60°C).
ULTIMATE-LUBER™ is a powerful lubricator, pushing over 1000psi and servicing up to 12 lube points. With high pressure, this unit can run a 10m feed line.
TITAN CL & TITAN II can push over 1000psi through up to 12 points, and uses convenient grease cartridges.
TITAN OILER is an extremely powerful unit, pushing over 2000psi. With extremely high pressure, this unit can feed 12 points with long feed lines.
A.T.S. Pulse Control is a magnet and sensor that plugs into the unit’s circuit board. The magnet is placed on a moving part of the machinery, while the sensor is placed in close proximity to where the magnet will pass as the machinery is in motion:
The pulse counting will continue from where it left off when the machinery became idle.
A wind turbine’s function is infrequent and at times completely idle for days. The user sets the Pulse Control to dispense lubricant after every 96 pulses. The wind turbine starts up and for every 96 pulses the luber dispenses one shot of grease. A blue LED will flash every time the magnet passes the sensor, indicating proper function of magnetic sensor.
When the wind slows, the turbine stops and our pulse counter has 88 pulses counted. Three days later the wind picks up and the unit resumes counting pulses, needing only 8 more pulses to release a shot of lubricant. The lubricant is dispensed in direct correlation to the turbine’s use and speed.
Note: Pulse Control is designed for unschedulable intermittent function of machinery, while Motion Control is meant for machinery that runs for the work day, and shuts off overnight.
Vibration Control is used to put the luber unit into “active” mode when machinery is running, or “pause” mode when machinery is idle and the unit senses no vibration.
Remote Control turns the luber unit ON and OFF for specific periods of time. These settings are pre-determined and programmed by the user.
Motion Control allows you to program luber units into “active” or “pause” mode, dependent upon machinery operation.
Pulse Control manages the frequency of lubrication based on the rotations of the machinery—rather than regularly timed intervals.
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