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Lubrication Pumps

Manual Lubrication Pumps

Manual lubrication pumps require a machine operator to dispense lubricant. Dispensing of lubrication using a manual pump is activated on demand by the machine operator.

Automatic Lubrication Pumps (Oil) – Cyclic

Type TM pumps add flexibility to cyclic lubrication. Complete systems can be integrated into machines already in service or they can be easily designed into new machinery. These automatic lubrication system pumps are used in systems with a few points to 50 points.

Automatic Lubrication Pumps (Oil) Continuous

These automatic lubrication system pumps are used in a wide variety of machinery such as injection molding machines, machine tools, textile machinery, presses, printing equipment and packaging machinery. They offer precise control over the flow rate and can accurately deliver, on a continuous basis, as little as one drop per hour. If a heavy oil flow rate is needed, excess oil can be returned to the reservoir by a return line filter and redistributed.

Automatic Lubrication Pumps (Oil/Grease)

Automatic Lubrication Pumps (Oil/Grease) If you need a pump that is capable of handling oil and fluid greases, the SureFire lubricator will fill your need. It is available in for reservoir capacities and it can adapt to a broad range of production machinery. It is a self-contained electric motor-driven gear pump that can handle single injectors, injector groups or resistance fittings up to 100 lubrication points.

Pneumatic Lubricators (Oil)

This lubricator is operated by shop air and is a convenient method to lubricate diverse industrial machines. Airmatic oil output is related to piston travel and cycles per unit time. It is used where shop air is available, for example metal cutting and metal forming. It is also used on packaging machines and processing equipment, chain lubrication and special assembly machinery.

Automatic Lubrication Pumps (Grease)

For machinery in the automotive production, steel, printing, die-casting and injection molding, glass, materials handling, construction and transportation equipment industries grease is often the preferred lubricant. We have units that can handle most semi-fluid, soft and firm greases, up to and including, NLGI No. 2, over wide operating temperature ranges.