Machinery Lubrication

Machinery Lubrication March April 2014

Machinery Lubrication magazine published by Noria Corporation

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Page 19 of 83 | March - April 2014 15 aUtOMatiC lUbriCatiOn systeM The Intellilube automatic lubrication system from Dearborn Mid-West Company dispenses pre-measured lubricant at a constant rate to help prevent damage from manually overfilling and underfilling. Dispensing can be programmed from one to 12 months with tempera- ture setting ranges from minus 4 to 131 degrees F. Compact in size with a see-through sight window, the system mounts in any position and is engineered for hard-to-reach and dangerous locations. The Intellilube is compatible with all NLGI greases and oils and also allows for client-specific lubricants. Dearborn Mid-west Company 734-288-4400 PeristaltiC PUMP systeM KD Scientific's new Allegro peristaltic pump system allows maintenance-free, continuous-flow pumping of various fluids. The system can dispense in for ward or reverse direction using the touch- screen display. All parameters are clearly shown on the touchscreen for easy viewing. The unit can be configured for specific flow profiles using the pump's programmable multi-step operations. The Allegro system is available in three mod- els with flow rates ranging from 720 to 2,000 milliliters per minute. KD Scientific 508-429-6809 benChtOP sPeCtrOMeter The new Epsilon 1 X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer from Panalytical offers pre-calibrated solutions for a range of analytical processes. Consisting of a spectrom- eter, built-in computer and touchscreen, the instrument has the capacity for precise and accurate analysis of additives in lubricating oils and sulfur contaminants in fuels. Designed with simplicity in mind, the Epsilon 1 is easy to use and helps users meet stringent industry regu- lations, such as ASTM D-4294, D-6481 and ISO 20847. Panalytical 800-279-7297 hydraUliC FlUid Quaker Chemical's new Quintolubric 702-46 RD is a premium water-glycol fluid that is formulated to provide optimum performance in hydraulic systems where fire-resistant fluids are required. It has obtained FM approval as a less hazardous fluid and incorporates specific additives to prevent corrosion in components and piping, inhibiting bacterial growth in the fluid and extending component life. Key benefits include minimal foaming, high viscosity index and extended pump life in systems operating under high pressure or in overloaded hydraulic systems. Quaker Chemical 610-832-4000

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