Graco Introduces New Automatic Lubrication Pumps

Noria news wires
Tags: automatic lubrication

Graco Inc. recently introduced a new series of injector-based automatic lubrication pumps.

The new LubePro pumps offer a robust solution where high output and fast lubrication cycles are needed to lubricate equipment while it's working.

The pumps are most commonly used to lubricate machines used in food and beverage processing and packaging, glass manufacturing, tire production, injection molding, paper production and other industrial manufacturing and production applications.

Three models are available with factory-installed low-level detection. The A900 and A1900 are designed for oil applications, while the A2600 is built for grease applications.

The integrated vent valve automatically relieves pressure on the return stroke for trouble-free performance with no need to ever prime the pump.

"Every day, plant managers have to worry about keeping up with production demands and reducing operating costs," said Chuck Hartl, global product marketing manager for Graco's lubrication equipment division. "Improper lubrication of their machines can cause component failure and downtime, which results in unplanned maintenance expenses and loss of production. We also understand that customers expect auto lubrication systems to not become a new source for maintenance issues. Therefore, with LubePro pumps our customers can expect greater reliability and less maintenance time related to machinery lubrication."

For more information, visit www.gracolubepro.com.


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