Lubrication Solution for Gear Spray
for Gear Spray
Lubrication maintenance is a challenge with gears due to their unique and various distances between the gear teeth. The always moving gears can be unsafe to manually lubricate. Manual maintenance also does not provide a consistent coverage of lubricant to the gear face. The open gear spray lubrication system provides an even coating of a NLGI grade 00 grease that is sprayed on the gear flanks to reduce wear. With a high level of reliability, you can depend on a system from Bijur Delimon to improve operating time, lower the costs for repair parts, and see longer maintenance intervals.
M2500G Series Divider Valve Manifolds are the principal components of a progressive lubricating system. Modular construction makes these blocks easy to install, modify and maintain, without removing any tubing. The Zinc-Nickel plated steel body ensures longer life in nasty environments.
Spray systems are used to lubricate large gear and pinion sets, found on ball mills, rod mills, kilns, etc. Each systems includes an air operated pumping station, a measuring valve panel, a spray nozzle, electrical controls, and a number of optional features. Gear face widths of 2" to 42" can be lubricated with nozzles and nozzle spacing designed accordingly. Since Bijur Delimon gear spray systems operate intermittently they can be thought of as film maintaining devices. The electrical controls provide broad cycling flexibility as well as fault monitoring and after blow to purge the nozzles.
Air-operated barrel pumps are used where medium to heavy duty service conditions exist and rapid build-up of lubricating system pressure is desired in either air-operated central stations or bulk transfer of lubricants. These pumps are normally used to transfer lubricants from original refinery drums to the reservoirs on central lubrication systems.
Gear Spray Application Flyers
Cement Plant Kiln
Cement Plant Kiln