Single-point lubricator MEMOLUB® HPS
multi-pointelectromechanicalbattery-powered

single-point lubricator
single-point lubricator
single-point lubricator
single-point lubricator
single-point lubricator
single-point lubricator
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Characteristics

Type
single-point, multi-point
Technology
electromechanical, battery-powered
Other characteristics
automatic, rechargeable
Capacity

120 cm³, 240 cm³, 480 cm³ (4 US fl oz)

Pressure

25 bar (362.6 psi)

Description

is an autonomous refillable lubrication system for single or mutiple point use Remote installation up to 10 meters MEMOLUB® HPS is the leading product in our range. Settings of 1 week to 24 months through MEMO rings (see technical data’s). With its 25 Bar pressure, it can be installed remotely up to 10 meters from lube point or can be used up to 8 points with distributor blocks. Certified ATEX-EX zone 22. Autonomous and with a 25 Bar expulsion pressure, this model is the most versatile unit in the range. Frequency setting is regulated by the MEMO. This MEMO is a unique system to adjust Memolub daily output. MEMO is set once when unit is installed and is then permanently fitted to the lube point. Maintenance personnel does not need to worry of setting anymore, this facilitate greatly lube organisation. MEMO setting is an easy and quick operation (see basic settings table in the Technical data’s part”). The only replaceable consumables are plastic recyclable cartridges and the set of batteries. Endless refillable, the environmental impact is limited. Ideal for all types of industrial applications : bearings, open gears, chains, rollers,… Dimensions - Standard : 115 x 101 mm / Méga : 147 x 101 mm / Giga : 228 x 101 mm Battery Pack - 4,5 V Alkaline Temperature exposure range - -15° C à +50°C Direct connection - 1/4 inch R

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