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Chain Oiler Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of chain oiler manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top chain oiler manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find chain oiler companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture chain oilers to your companies specifications. Then contact the chain oiler companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of auto chain oiler, gear drive chain oiler, electronic chain oiler or customized chain oilers of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Manitowoc, WI

    For over seventy years, the Oil-Rite® Corporation has supplied customers in numerous industries with the chain oiler they need. Our equipment is instrumental in maintaining machinery and monitoring fluid flow across a wide expanse of industries. We are singularly dedicated to this industry, improvement in product and processes and the next innovation in lubrication equipment.

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  • Greenville, SC

    Lube USA is a leading 40-year-old manufacturer and distributor of a comprehensive assortment of lubrication equipment. This includes lubricating systems for high- and low-pressure industrial applications as well as automatic lubricators. A full line of fittings and accessories is also available.

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  • Fremont, MI

    Our goal is to provide the highest quality of chain oilers to our customers. We back our commitment to excellence with our exclusive Five Year Limited Warranty. We provide specialized preventative maintenance for chains throughout the industrialized market. If low costs and excellent service is your goal, then consider using Mighty Lube Systematic Lubrication for all of your needs.

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  • Elk Grove Village, IL

    Pulsarlube U.S.A. produces manual, semiautomatic and fully automatic lubricating systems as well as centralized lubrication systems. We provide top-quality lubrication systems throughout the U.S., and we lead the global industry in the manufacture of automatic single-point lubricators.

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  • Monticello, MN

    Suburban Manufacturing offers more than 30 years of manufacturing solutions in hydraulics, lubrication, fluid mechanics and pneumatics. Hose sleeves and straps, compressed air and lubrication systems are all available to serve a number of industrial applications. Our automatic chain oilers and grease bank systems offer smooth operation and proven results in reducing costly component corrosion.

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businessIndustry Information

Chain Oiler

A chain oiler is a type of lubrication equipment that travels the length of either a chain or rail and functions to disperse desired amounts of lubricants, typically oil, across the length of the system. Able to be automatic or gravity-fed, chain oilers significantly reduce the effect of wear and tear on the chain and sprocket as well as protecting against losses in power transmission and bad fuel.

Chain oilers are most often utilized in power transmission applications in the marine, aviation and automotive industries. Motorcycles, cars, ships, airplanes and trucks are just a few examples of products that benefit from chain oiler use. Additional industries that benefit from the use of this sometimes automated lubricator include: construction, for the lubrication of portable power tools such as chainsaws; industrial manufacturing, for the lubrication of material handling equipment such as chain conveyors; agriculture, for the lubrication of chains in farming machinery and equipment; and residential, for the lubrication of appliances and outdoor equipment such as power gardening equipment. Proper lubrication is vital to the operation of equipment, and chain oilers can help to both optimize the performance of chain-operated machinery and enhance longevity. In addition, chain oilers are typically encased in a metallic body, an oil dispenser, to decrease contamination of the lubricant.


Chain oilers consist of a lubricant reservoir, a valve, a valve body and, at times, a brush to ensure even distribution of the lubricant. The lubricant reservoir is mounted atop the valve body and is often constructed from a combination of glass and metal such as aluminum or steel; however, the reservoirs can also be made of plastic. The lubricant reservoir functions to store lubricants that are about to be dispersed to the area of the requiring lubrication. In chain oilers, the most common lubricants are synthetic oils, although mineral oils may also be used. There are a couple different types of valves that may be utilized in chain oilers, although needle valves are common for gravity-fed chain oilers, while solenoid valves are common for automatic chain oilers. Needle valves are small valves with a slender point that enables precise regulation of lubricant flow, while solenoid valves are electromechanical valves that convert electrical energy into mechanical energy in order to distribute the lubricants. The valve body is typically small slender cylindrical tubes that contain the valve and protect both the valve and the lubricants being distributed from any harm. Valve bodies are often constructed from metals such as aluminum alloys and steel, and can have brushes attached at the bottom to aid in lubricant distribution.
Chain Oiler
Chain Oiler
Chain Oiler
Chain Oiler – Oil-Rite Corporation
Chain Oiler – Lincoln Industrial Corporation
Chain Oiler – Oil-Rite Corporation
Chain Oiler
Chain Oiler
Chain Oiler – Oil-Rite Corporation
Chain Oiler – Oil-Rite Corporation