SKF Introduces New Electrically Driven Lubricator

Noria news wires

SKF recently introduced a new electrically driven lubricator for use in sectional lubrication systems and large machines with different lubrication requirements at varying distances.

The Lincoln EDL1 utilizes progressive metering devices and can operate effectively in challenging environments, including outdoor applications with fluctuating temperatures. Because lubricant is supplied by means of filling pumps or cartridges, the device provides flexibility and self-sufficient function, even in remote locations.

The EDL1 features an integrated control board for both impulse and time-controlled lubrication and is able to notify operators of lubrication failures.

The easy-to-use dosage and pressure-booster pump is designed to increase input pressure of at least 2 bar (29 psi) up to a maximum of 280 bar (4,061 psi).

Suitable for food and beverage and railroad applications, as well as cement and other heavy industries, the EDL1 can be utilized in many industrial applications that require a sectional lubrication system. It can also be used with existing tubing, fitting material and filling pumps.

A global supplier of bearings, seals, mechatronics, lubrication systems and services, SKF is represented in more than 130 countries with nearly 15,000 distributor locations and more than 48,000 employees worldwide.

For more information, visit www.skf.com.

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