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Lubricator Specifications
   Capacity       Capacity refers to the volume of lubricant that the reservoir can hold. 
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   Lubrication Flow Rate       The flow rate is the rate at which the lubrication is dispensed. 
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   Operating Pressure       Operating pressure refers to the maximum allowable pressure that the lubricator can be operated.  This specification only applied to pneumatically or hydraulically operated lubricators.  Gravity feed lubricators operate at atmospheric pressure. 
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   Maximum Operating Temperature       This is the full required range of ambient operating temperature. 
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Lubricator Media and Operation
   Lubrication Media       
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   Dry Lubricant       Dry lubricants are solid materials with low coefficients of friction, such as PTFE, moly disulfide (MoS2) and graphite.  Dry lubricants are usually in the form of a thin film or powder. 
   Grease       Grease is a viscous lubricant based on oil or fat. 
   Oil       Oil lubricant is a petroleum-based or synthetic liquid.  
   Air / Oil       Air / oil lubrication systems deliver minute quantities of oil lubricant to the lubrication point by a continuous stream of air. 
   Other       Other unlisted lubrication media. 
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   Operation       
   Your choices are...         
   Electric       Lubricator is electrically actuated. 
   Electrochemical       Operating pressure is created by a controlled chemical reaction of an activating compound and a liquid electrolyte.  This pressure is then used to move a piston forward to dispense the lubricant to the lubrication point. 
   Gravity       In gravity lubricators, lubrication is dispensed by gravity. 
   Hydraulic       Lubricator is hydraulically actuated. 
   Manual       Lubricator is manually operated.  An example of a manually actuated lubricator is a grease gun. 
   Mechanical       A mechanical device, such as a spring, actuates the lubricator. 
   Pneumatic       Lubricator is pneumatically actuated. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary operation. 
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   Reusable or Single Use?       
   Your choices are...         
   Reusable       Reusable lubricators can be refilled and are designed to be reused. 
   Single Use       Single use lubricators are intended to be disposed of after a single use. 
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Lubrication Media Delivery
   Delivery Method       
   Your choices are...         
   Constant Level       Constant level lubrication systems are designed to keep a constant level of lubrication fluid in a bearing housing or gearbox.  They are also referred to as fixed level. 
   Full Flow       Full flow lubricators dispense unmetered liquid lubricant. 
   Metered Quantity       Lubricator dispenses a measured or metered amount of lubrication with each application.  These lubricators often require metering valves that dictate the amount of lubrication applied.  Also referred to as minimal quantity. 
   Mist / Fog / Microfog       Oil mist, fog, and microfog lubrication systems deliver a mixture of atomized, micron sized oil particles and air.  They can be used for cooling of bearings or cutting tools applications.  Typical applications include machine tool spindles, grinding machines, generators, and milling, tapping, gear hobbing and other cutting machines. 
   Spray       Lubrication is sprayed onto surface to be lubricated. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary delivery method. 
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   Feed Type       
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   Single Line / Single Point       Lubrication is fed via a single line, or to a single point.  Depending on the configuration, the lubricator may be directly mounted to lubrication point or remotely located and delivered via a tube or hose. 
   Dual Line       Dual line lubricators are central lubrication systems where lubricant is fed to remote points from a single source by two main lines.  
   Multi-line       Multi-line lubricators are central lubrication systems where lubricant is fed to remote points from a single source by two main lines.  
   Circulating Oil       Circulating oil lubricators are closed loop systems.  The oil is circulated from the reservoir to the lubrication point and then back to the reservoir. 
   Other       Other, unlisted feed type 
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Application
   Application       
   Your choices are...         
   Air Supply       Lubricators that provide oil to air supply systems.  Air lubricators are often sold as part of a filter, regulator, and lubricator (FRL) assembly. 
   Automotive       The lubricator or lubrication system is designed for automotive or truck applications. 
   Cable       Cable lubricators are used to lubricate electromechanical cables and wire rope. 
   Chain       The lubricator is designed for the lubrication of roller chain. 
   Cutting Tools       Lubricators for applying lubricant to cutting tools. 
   Die       Die or in-die lubricators apply lubricant exactly where and when it is needed in the die during stamping, casting, and other applications. 
   Equipment / Machine tool       Lubricators and systems designed for use in machine tool or other industrial equipment applications.  Typical applications include pumps, gears, spindles, and bearings. 
   General Purpose       Lubricators designed for general or multi-purpose applications. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary applications. 
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Features
           
   Your choices are...         
   Adjustable Volume       The volume of the lubricant can be adjusted. 
   Low Level Safety Switch       Lubricator has a level switch that activates when the reservoir is low on lubricant. 
   Pressure Switch       The lubricator has a switch that activates when the operating pressure is out of the required range. 
   Temperature Switch       The lubricator has a temperature switch that activates if the temperature of the lubricant is out of the required operating range. 
   Pressure Gauge       The lubricator has a pressure gauge to display the operating pressure. 
   Temperature Gauge       The lubricator has a temperature gauge to display the operating temperature. 
   Integral Filter       The lubricator has an integral filter to filter the lubricant. 
   Heat Exchanger       The lubricator has a heat exchanger to control the operating temperature of the lubricant. 
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