SINGLE LINE SYSTEMS
Take the guesswork out of improved equipment condition.
Single line automatic lubrication systems are characterized by a single lubricant supply line. These systems are well suited to deliver all types of lubricants to the critical wear points of both mobile and stationary plant and equipment.
Bijur Delimon Singline® Systems can be designed to suit custom applications across all industries. Conveniently expandable and collapsible, these automatic systems can support the lubrication of a single machine with multiple critical wear points, or several separate machines.
Preset metering allows for an out of the box lubrication solution.
Whether for mining, heavy industry, construction, fleet, or OEM applications, single line systems are designed and installed under a similar method:
- Lubricator – a central pump distributes pressure to transfer lubricant through a single supply line to a metering valve and feed lines.
- Controller – provides access to key system functions, the control unit is programmed to initiate the lubrication cycle.
- Singline® Metering Valves – a metering valve or “block” ensures the appropriate metered quantity of lubricant makes it to a single wear point.
- Pressure sensor – pressure sensors help control and monitor the amount of lubricant in the discharge lines.
- Discharge lines – discharge lines carry lubricant from the pump, through the system, and to the appropriate wear points.
- Grease fitting – grease point connection from system to machine.
Every application for a single line automatic lubrication system is unique. Sudbury Mining Products’ portfolio of Bijur Delimon Singline® systems considers the industrial application, lubricating agent, and system requirements of your operations.
This ensures the system design and individual components have the capacity to suit your unique mobile or fixed asset industrial application.
MINIMIZE TOTAL COST OF ASSET OWNERSHIP
properly lubricated equipment performs reliably over time and minimizes operating, part replacement, and unscheduled maintenance related costs.
PROTECT EQUIPMENT CRITICAL WEAR POINTS
consistent, measured, and frequent bearing lubrication during operation leads to optimum equipment operation and wear damage avoidance.
INCREASE MAINTENANCE AUTOMATION
automated lubrication mitigates inconsistent coverage and is more reliable than manual methods, maintaining the correct amount of lubricant at all times.
REDUCE UNPLANNED DOWNTIME
well managed automatic lubrication programs increase the predictability of equipment performance and mitigate the lost production associated with downtime
BETTER MANAGE PART REPLACEMENT
by avoiding gaps in lubrication, maintenance managers eliminate any contamination, friction or heat which leads to premature mart replacement.