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Focus on Fans, Blowers, Compressors

By Gerald Ondrey |

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Automatic lubricators increase reliability of rotating equipment

This company’s Shield lubricators (photo) extend the life of rolling element bearings in fans, blowers, electric motors, pumps, conveyors and other rotating equipment by delivering a consistent, precise supply of lubricant. These automatic lubricators can be installed at any bearing-lubrication point and set for a discharge period of 1 to 12 months. Once activated, Shield lubricators discharge fresh lubricant into the lubrication point, while the equipment is running. The simple setup and automatic discharge significantly reduce the time required to lubricate equipment, eliminate the need for continuous monitoring by facility personnel, and reduce safety risks. Shield lubricators are available as gas-driven or electromechanically driven systems, in a variety of lubrication volumes and more than 400 lubrication types. — Cook Compression, Houston

www.cookcompression.com

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