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SUREFIRE II SINGLE PHASE ELECTRIC GREASE PUMP It is a pump with a reliable and robust design that works with semi-fluid oils and greases. Its shape allows it to be housed in small spaces. It is an electric gear pump...
€765.60 (tax excl.)
SUREFIRE SINGLE PHASE ELECTRIC GREASE PUMP Description The SUREFIRE pump is a reliable and robust collection pump that works with semi-fluid oils and greases. Its shape allows it to be housed in small spaces. It is an...
€375.00 (tax excl.)
Open reel for high pressure Lubricationhose. Hose type SAE-100R2 1.5 m connection hose. 1/4" male input connection. 1/4" swivel female outlet Possibility of 10 or 15 meters of hose.
€252.00 (tax excl.)
Progressive Lubricationnipple The progressive systems are optimized for use in medium and small machinery, combining the greatest robustness with an unbeatable quality-price ratio for the construction industry,...
€3.60 (tax excl.)
Made of nickel-plated brass UNI-12164-5 Available for Ø4 and 6 mm. Pipe tolerance +/- 0.05 mm. Maximum working pressure 150 bar. Temperature -20 / 70ºC. Suitable for centralized lubrication circuits and high pressure...
€2.00 (tax excl.)
Made of nickel-plated brass UNI-12164-5 Available for Ø4 and 6 mm. Pipe tolerance +/- 0.05 mm. Maximum working pressure 150 bar. Temperature -20 / 70ºC. Suitable for centralized lubrication circuits and high pressure...
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An electric Lubricationpump is a tool used for automated lubrication and greasing of equipment and machinery. Unlike manual Lubricationpumps that require manual operation, electric Lubricationpumps are powered by an electric motor that drives lubricant through a system of pipes and nozzles. It has the advantage that it can work at high pressures. 250 bar depending on model. It is suitable for working with oils and greases up to NLGI 2.

The electric Lubricationpump consists of several key components , including an electric motor, a Lubricationpump, a lubricant storage tank, control valves and a control unit. The electric motor drives the Lubricationpump, which sucks lubricant from the tank and pushes it through pipes to the desired lubrication points. Control valves allow the amount and frequency of lubrication to be regulated, and the control unit can be programmed to set specific lubrication intervals or activated by sensors that detect the need for lubrication.

Electric Lubricationpumps offer several advantages over manual lubrication methods. They automate the lubrication process, saving time and reducing the risk of human error. Additionally, they provide more precise and uniform lubrication, helping to extend equipment life and reduce maintenance costs. They also allow the lubrication of points that are difficult to access or dangerous for operators.

It is important to note that electric Lubricationpumps require a source of electrical power to operate and must be properly installed and maintained to ensure their efficiency and durability. Additionally, it is necessary to use the correct type of lubricant according to the machine or equipment manufacturer's recommendations.

Electric Lubricationpumps offer several advantages compared to manual Lubricationpumps . Some of them are;

  • Automation: The electric Lubricationpump allows for continuous or scheduled lubrication of multiple Lubricationpoints without the need for constant manual intervention. This facilitates regular maintenance and proper lubrication of machinery.
  • Flow Control: Electric Lubricationpumps usually have an adjustable flow control that allows you to regulate the amount of lubricant dispensed at each Lubricationpoint. This ensures precise and adequate lubrication of the components.
  • Greater reach: By using a system of pipes and nozzles, electric Lubricationpumps can reach Lubricationpoints that are difficult to access manually. This is especially useful on complex or large machinery.
  • Efficiency and time savings: The automated lubrication provided by electric Lubricationpumps allows for greater efficiency in the maintenance process, reducing the time and effort required compared to manual lubrication.

It is important to note that electric Lubricationpumps require an electrical power source for their operation, they can have various voltages depending on the application 12V DC, 24V DC, 24V AC, 220V AC, optionally

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