Lubrication UK are pleased to launch of their new range of Single point Lubricators.
BEARING HAWK® 125
We are pleased to announce that we have listened to our customers needs and trends over the last few years and now have added a new range of Single-Point Lubricators based on electrochemical reaction. To compliment our range of world beating lubricating systems.
Manufactured for Lubrication UK. Bearing Hawk automatic lubricators are reliable, easy to maintain and offer long-term lubrication for improved equipment reliability, quietly keeping your plant running. Fully Recyclable ,Ex Rated, IP68 , CE Approved.
This now enables us to cover all your applications and budgets, with this simple to setup and no tools required lubricator. It is easy to select the required amount of daily lubricant, just add the jumper to one of the 4 jumper switches required.
For reliable maintenance of all single lubrication points, Bearing Hawk 125 lubricators. are safe, clean, economic and adjustable. Automatic greasing for up to 12 months.
Keeping it simple with 4 off the shelf fillings.
- Multi-Purpose (MP Grease)
- High Temperature (HT Grease)
- Food (H1 Grease)
- Semi-Fluid (EP0 Grease
Custom fillings by request.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Automatic lubrication
- Lubricant dosage freely selectable
- Adjustable at any time
- Visual control of grease flow
- Precise lubrication
- Operating pressure max. 5 bar
- Weatherproof and waterproof
- Corrosion resistant
- Activation and deactivation via jumper switch
- Operating temperature from -20°C to+50°C
- Increased equipment reliability through continuous lubrication
- Improved safety
- Long-term lubrication
- Reduction of maintenance costs
- Mountable in any position
- Easy installation
- Remote Mounting up to 1mt using flexible grease lines
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
On activating the lubricator, an electrochemical reaction is triggered which results in a pressure build-up within the nitrogen chamber. This pressure is directed to the piston by means of a bellow. The pressure moves the piston down, grease is discharged. Lubrication begins when the right amount of pressure is reached. The pressure remains even if the lubricator is switched off in between. When turned back on, the greasing will immediately continue.
We look forward to helping you with any type of site lubrication, existing upgrades or new applications that you may be looking at or considering to help keep all your equipment in tip-top running order.
Trade enquiries welcomed.