Automatic lubrication systems

Automatic lubrication of components that needs lubrication like bearings, gears, pins and bushes will save you many hours of manual lubrication. Moreover, the equipment is lubricated during operation or driving, a significant difference with manual lubrication. Together with the extended life span of crucial components, this will ensure that every Groeneveld-BEKA automatic lubrication system has a quick return on investment.

Moreover, maintenance personnel do not constantly have to be present on site. And maintenance personnel do not have to crawl under and climb over the equipment in order to lubricate hard to reach points.

This makes a Groeneveld-BEKA automatic lubrication system a smart investment in machine and truck availability, efficiency, productivity and safety.

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Single Line Lubrication

In single line systems, there is one primary line connecting the pump with the divider blocks and injectors.

Dual Line Lubrication

A dual line system is comparable to the single line system, except that this system has two primary lines that are used alternately to pressurise and depressurise.

Multi Line Lubrication

In a multi-line system, grease is led directly from the injectors in a pump through their own pipes to a lubrication point.

Single Point Lubricators

For all applications with single lubrication points, like motors, drives, bearings, chains and compressors.

Spray lubrication

Compressed air transports the lubricant along the interior tube walls to the lube point. The special mixing distributor divides the lubricant precisely to the different lube pints.

  • What is lubrication?

    The application of a film of grease between moving parts in a machine or vehicle. The film of grease prevents any metallic contact between moving parts, like pins and bushings, bearings and steering knuckles. It also stops dirt, water and dust entering the lubrication point and prevents corrosion. Inadequate lubrication causes wear and tear, machine and vehicle failure and increases costs.

  • What is grease?

    Grease is a thickened oil and always consists of two different components: oil and a thickener. The oil is the actual lubricant, while the thickener ensures that the oil remains in place.

  • What does automatic lubrication involve?

    Automatic lubrication involves pumping the grease from the reservoir of the lubrication system to the lubrication points. The quantity of grease per lubrication point and the interval can both be set in advance.

  • Which types of automatic lubrication systems are there?

    Progressive systems. All lubrication points are consecutively lubricated with the predetermined amount of grease. Parallel systems. All lubrication points are administered the predetermined amount of grease at the same time.

  • For which situations is an automatic lubrication system suitable?

    For all situations in which moving parts need to be separated from each other by means of a film of grease. Groeneveld lubrication systems are most frequently used for wheel loaders, excavators, trucks, trailers, buses, port equipment, mining machines, forestry equipment and agricultural equipment.

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