Machinery Lubrication

Machinery Lubrication Jan Feb 2014

Machinery Lubrication magazine published by Noria Corporation

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16 January - February 2014 | Corrosion inhibitor Cor-Pak Tablets offer a preventative method of protect- ing metals from corrosion. Using Vapor phase Corrosion Inhibitor (VpCI) technology, the pills provide more than two years of multi-metal corrosion protection. Just drop a few tablets into a bag, box or package. No spraying, wiping, dipping, surface preparation or regeneration is required. Each pill will protect up to 7.1 liters (0.25 cubic feet) of enclosed space. The tablets are nitrite-, phosphate- and silicate-free and are easily inserted into packaging by manual or automated systems. Cortec 800-426-7832 ElECtriC lubriCation PumP Graco's new line of electric lubrication pumps can supply grease to injec- tor-based, series progressive and dual-line metering systems. The Dyna-Star HP (high pressure) model is capable of 5,000 psi (344 bar) with a maximum output of 18 cubic inches per minute, while the Dyna- Star HF (high flow) model is capable of 3,400 psi (241 bar) with a maximum out- put of 25 cubic inches per minute. Each pump incorporates helical hardened steel gears that are lubricated for life and sealed to keep out contaminants. Graco 800-533-9655 oil EvaPorator JM Science's new oil evaporator, the AquaCounter EV-2000L, utilizes azeotropic distillation to completely separate water from sample matrices, thus eliminating any side reactions with interfering substances. The EV-2000L is especially useful for determining moisture in difficult samples such as heavy oils, greases, etc. The oil evaporator employs a molecular sieve desiccant and has a sample volume of approx- imately 10 milliliters. The device also features an aluminum block heater with a heating range from ambient temperature to 200 degrees C. JM Science 800-495-1678 lubriCant analysis systEm The new Q5800 fluid analysis system from Spectro Inc. combines the ability to conduct wear metal analysis, par- ticle counting, viscosity and lubricant condition as well as contamination tests in a portable, field-based system. The system is comprised of three major measurement components: a filtration particle quantifier, a kinematic viscom- eter and an infrared spectrometer. No solvent usage is required, and all data is logged and tracked with an easy-to- use operating system. The Q5800 also comes with a custom backpack that allows the device and all accessories to be easily transported. Spectro Inc. 978-486-0123 PRODUCT NEwS

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