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How Lubrication Pumps Work
There are different types of lubrication pumps in the Philippines that you can get, and each one works differently than the other. This is mainly because of different criteria, including the system and drive type, the principle of operation, pump design, the lubricant used, pressure and temperature ranges, and quantity handled. Despite this, they all work using the same essential components: the pump, reservoir, hoses, and fittings. You can also invest in other accessories to enhance your machine’s performance, such as metering devices, controllers, and pressure gauges.
What Are the Applications of Lubrication Pumps?
Lubrication pumps in the Philippines can be used for a range of applications, such as:
Cement Industry Single-Line Systems
As the name suggests, these systems deliver a substance to a target component using a single supply line. Companies in the cement industry use a central pump station that automatically sends lubricant to metering devices. Though it varies for each project, they can support up to 100 lubrication points and line lengths of up to 30 meters.
Hydro Turbine Multi-Line Lubrication Systems
To ensure centralized lubrication, engineers create simple designs that require very little maintenance for hydro turbines. These systems are fitted on a machine and connected to different lubrication points using welded or seamless steel tubes, rubber hoses, and compression-type fittings and clamps.
Small Oil Circulation Systems
Also called lube skids, circulating oil systems provide a continuous flow of lubricant to bearings, gearboxes, and blowers. They are essential to machinery used to pump stormwater, extract oil, circulate fresh air into mines, power ships, test military equipment, and manufacture paper and chemicals.