THE LUBRICATION SOLUTION
FOR 600 kW WIND TURBINES

THE LUBRICATION
SOLUTION FOR
600 kW WIND TURBINES

Facing heights and strong winds make maintaining wind turbines demanding and specialized work. A wind turbine lubrication system from Bijur Delimon is built to increase the time between turbine maintenance visits to eight to twelve months. We have developed a lubricating system kit for use on wind turbines, which is tested as a system before shipment. Many kits include prefilled grease lines and even prefilled reservoirs straight from our factory, helping you to avoid using a substitute grease that is not suitable. With lubricating systems on wind turbines in the US, Canada, and Brazil, Bijur Delimon has become a leader in providing automatic lubrication systems to the wind energy industry.

Need help implementing an automatic system? Contact an expert.

Need help implementing an automatic system?
Contact an expert.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

Increase the time between turbine maintenance vists to 8-12 months.
Lower operating and maintenance costs.
Greater dependability and reduced wear.
Reduce risk of lubrication related breakdowns.
Ensure proper lubricant handling and reduced consumption.
Two systems will lubricate main, yaw and pitch bearings.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

Increase the time between turbine maintenance visits to 8-12 months.
Lower operating and maintenance costs.
Greater dependability and reduced wear.
Reduce risk of lubrication related breakdowns.
Ensure proper lubricant handling and reduced consumption.
Two systems will lubricate main, yaw and pitch bearings.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

Increase the time between turbine maintenance visits to 8-12 months.
Lower operating and maintenance costs.
Greater dependability and reduced wear.
Reduce risk of lubrication related breakdowns.
Ensure proper lubricant handling and reduced consumption.
Two systems will lubricate main, yaw and pitch bearings.

YAW & MAIN BEARING SYSTEM

YAW & MAIN
BEARING SYSTEM

PITCH BEARING SYSTEM

PITCH BEARING SYSTEM

NLGI EP Grease System

A progressive lubrication system for #2 grease.
Confirm each lubrication point is getting grease with easy optional monitoring capabilities.
PVBM progressive valve is standard with a zinc nickel coating for protection in harsh environments.
Electric MultiPort II (12/24 VDC) Lubricator with optional built-in controller for easy retrofit.
The MultiPort II is specifically designed for harsh environments.

MultiPort II Lubricator

MultiPort II Lubricator

The MultiPort II Lubricator is an electrically driven multiple outlet lubrication unit design primarily for use with progressive divider valve systems. The unit is capable of housing up to three independent pumping elements for direct feed to lubrication points or through a distribution network of progressive divider valves. These lubricators are available with 24 VDC motors which make them ideal for use in mobile applications. An integral controller is available, or the pump can be controlled by an external controller (such as our SMDC) or by the customer's PLC/DCS/etc.

PVBM Progressive Divider Valve

PVBM Progressive Divider Valve

PVB Mobile Divider Valves accurately meter and dispense lubricant to as many as 20 outlet lines at operating pressures up to 3600 psi (248 bar). Output volumes are fixed at 0.17cc (0.01 cu. in.) per cycle but can be combined with other outlets by using appropriate fittings for larger outputs. Valves are available with cycle indicator pins to provide visual confirmation of system operation. In addition the cycle pin can be fitted with a switch to provide electrical feedback to a system controller.

"There are two critical factors to proper lubrication: the grease supplied and the frequency at which it is supplied. Ideally, re-lubrication should occur when the condition of the existing lubricant is still satisfactory."

- AWEA Operation & Maintenance Recommended Practice Manual

"There are two critical factors to proper lubrication: the grease supplied and the frequency at which it is supplied. Ideally, re-lubrication should occur when the condition of the existing lubricant is still satisfactory."

- AWEA Operation & Maintenance Recommended Practice Manual

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