Quicklub™ "multi-line" lubrication systems

Quicklub™ "multi-line" lubrication systems from Lubrication Systems Limited

By: Lubrication Systems Limited  16/06/2010
Keywords: lubrication systems, oil pumps, Lubricators

Quicklub™ "multi-line" or "progressive" systems have been designed to meet the toughest requirements when lubricating machines and equipment.  Their operation is based on the reliable "Progressive Principle" in which lubricant is dispensed by a piston pump via progressive plunger metering devices to each lubrication point.  Lubrication occurs in metered, timed intervals at a maximum pressure of 350 bar; the lubrication of bearings with high back-pressures is thus possible.

Quicklub™ model QLS 401 is a "compact" system designed to lubricate up to 18 points - ideal for smaller machines.  

Model P203 / P205 pumps can serve up to 3 / 5 independent lubrication circuits, each with its own pump element.  Alternatively, model P215 pump delivers lubricant from pump-to-point via up to 15 independent pump elements.  

Each system is easy to monitor and ensures that the correct quantity of grease is supplied to the lubrication points.

System Benefits:-

• No corrosion of the light-weight pump made of heavy-duty, fibre-reinforced resin (models QLS 401 and P203).
• The pump motor is protected against damage and moisture.
• Reservoir capacity to suit all applications.
• Various pump element types, each with fixed or variable output.
• Pressure relief valve, with optional visual indicator, reservoir return.
• Fully-automated and integrated control PCB timer (models QLS 401 and P203).
• Optional integrated display, touch pad,
data-logger function for storage of important information, i.e. operating time, faults / blockages, low-level control.
• All systems are installed using high-pressure compression or push-in fittings.

Keywords: automatic lubrication, centralised lubrication, grease pumps, greasing systems, lubrication systems, Lubricators, oil pumps, Oilers

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