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Equipment failure occurs for a number of reasons. Missed lubrication due to poor maintenance is one of the primary reasons. Automatic Lubricant Systems (also known as automatic lubricators or lubricant dispensers) operate on the principle that automatic and consistent lubrication over long intervals is superior to occasional, manual lubrication. Automatic lubrication of grease or oil offers multiple benefits: It keeps constant pressure and positive, fresh lubrication on bearing points, keeping moisture and other contaminants out of the bearings. At the same time, automatic lubrication delivers only the precise amount (neither too little nor too much) of the specific lubricant needed to keep equipment running. Automatic Lubricant Systems use grease or oil to coat and protect equipment.

Features:

  • Transparent Bowls or LED indicators make it easy to check grease or oil levels and operating status
  • Rugged, weatherproof, dust-proof, and dependable
  • Standalone single or multi-point distribution units available 
  • Can be installed in almost any position
  • Options to control dispensers remotely 
  • UL certified to meet OSHA requirements for Class I Division 2, Class II Division 2, and Class III Hazardous Location categories.

Benefits:

  • Eliminate over- or under-lubrication caused by manual lubrication guns, which often results in bearing failure.
  • Lower overall lubrication costs by reducing labor costs and grease or oil waste.
  • Improve workplace safety by eliminating hit-or-miss, manual lubrication methods in dangerous locations.
  • Protect machinery to reduce maintenance/shutdown time.

Types of Automatic Lubrication Systems

Single-Point Lubrication Systems

Provide automatic oil or grease lubrication to a specific pain-point, using motor-driven or nitrogen gas-driven lubricators that reliably and automatically dispense lubrication to keep equipment and machinery running smoothly.

Multi-Point Lubrication Systems

Multi-point lubricators can feed numerous grease or oil lubrication points from a centralized control unit. Centralized controls allow for easy filling and maintenance, and cost-effective operation. One lubricator can feed up to 12 access ports.

Automatic Lubricator Accessories

A wide range of high-quality accessories and replacement parts is available to make ATS Lubricators work even more efficiently and stay on the job even longer. These products are always in stock and can be shipped to your site the day your order is received. Be sure to use genuine ATS Electro-Lube accessories and replacement parts to ensure the quality performance and long life of your ATS Automatic Lubricators!

Why Airmatic?

Whether you’re considering an automatic lubrication system for the first time or have years of experience with such devices, you’ll find our team at AIRMATIC well prepared to answer your questions about any product you’re considering and just how well it might address your particular needs.

Looking for detailed information on mounting or maintenance? Does your working environment pose specific challenges? Trust us to have the answers.

Want to implement automatic lubrication in your operation ASAP? Call and talk with us today. If we receive your order by 3 p.m. Eastern, we’ll be shipping it out to you by close of business.

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