Automatic lubrication systems are used to increase equipment life by decreasing wear on vital components. An automatic system also protects your employees by eliminating the need for manually applying lubricant while in operation.
BijurDelimon offers the industry’s widest selection and best combination of product range, state-of-the-art technology, and world-class customer service. Our product range includes lubricators, resistance fittings, injectors, manifolds, and accessories for use in a variety of systems. Each of our automatic lubrication systems can be used in a variety of industrial settings – from specific applications to broad machinery lubrication, each helping to extend machinery life and maintain production efficiency.
An automatic lubrication system, sometimes referred to as a centralized lubrication system, is a system that delivers controlled amounts of lubricant to multiple locations on a machine while the machine is operating. Even though these systems are usually fully automated, a system that requires a manual pump or button activation is still identified as a centralized lubrication system. The system can be classified into two different categories that can share a lot of the same components.
Oil Systems: Oil systems primary use is for stationary manufacturing equipment, such as CNC milling.
Grease Systems: Grease's primary use is on mobile units, such as trucks, mining or construction equipment.
How do automatic lubrication systems work?
Automatic lubrication systems deliver controlled amounts of lubricant to multiple locations on a machine while the machine is operating. These systems ensure optimal lubrication by providing the precise amount of lubricant needed.
Where are automatic lubrication systems used?
Automatic lubrication systems are used in many industrial applications and industries such as machine tool, steel mill, mobile on- and off-road machinery, food and beverage equipment, and many more.
To learn more about applications where lubrication systems are used, see our Applications page.
What are the types of lubrication systems?
Single Line Resistance
Low-priced, small-sized, low pressure oil systems for use with meter and control units on small to medium machinery. Read more
Positive Displacement Injectors
Precise outputs and flexible design for oil and fluid grease systems on a wide variety of industrial and mobile machinery. Read more
Positive displacement non-adjusting divider valves with fail-safe monitoring and robust lubricators handle oil and grease applications. Read more
The most respected name in the industry for dual line divider valves now features high-pressure central pumping stations. Read more
Air/oil, spray mist, and fluid recovery systems give you total control over your lubrication requirements. Read more
Football helmet-tough polycarbonate reservoirs and spring-driven greasers, along with wick oilers for individual bearing lubrication. Read more
What is the main purpose of a lubrication system?
Lubrication systems are used to reduce wear on vital components of machinery and equipment. The use of lubrication protects expensive equipment from unnecessary broken repairs and downtime.
What are the components of lubrication systems?
The basic components that make up a lubrication system are a pump and reservoir, controller, metering, hose and fittings, and additional accessories.