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Lubricator Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of lubricator manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top lubricator manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any lubricator company can design, engineer, and manufacture lubricators to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach lubricator companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of manual chain lubricators, large compressed air lubricators, or electric lubricators.

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  • Manitowoc, WI

    Our lubricators come in a variety of options including gravity lubricators, single feed manual lubricators, multiple feed electro-lubricators and many others. We are here to offer you products that will withstand the tests of time and last through the everyday wear and tear in order to provide excellent value. For more information about what we may be able to do for you, get in touch with our customer service department today!

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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

    Using the patented Conveyor Monitoring technology, Mighty Lube Systematic Lubrication, Inc is able to produce the most detailed and accurate results known to industry. Equipped with a vast knowledge of conveyor chains, our service team gets the job done right and is the driving force behind our company. Call one of our qualified team members to hear more about our quality lubricators!

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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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Lubricators

Lubricators apply controlled amounts of lubricant to areas of friction on moving or rotating mechanical parts. Lubricating systems are vital to manufacturing and industrial companies, since bearings, dies, chains, cables, spindles, pumps, rails and gears need to be lubricated to make equipment run smoothly and reliably.

Factors to consider when purchasing a lubricating system include capacity, pressure, rate of flow and maximum operating temperature. Lubricators can be manual or automatic. Central lubrication systems, which are actually attached to the large machines they service automatically through preprogramming, are very popular in large industrial settings. Grease pumps are an example of manual lubricators, although they can be attached to automatic systems like air lubricators. Whether targeted toward spot lubing machines or keeping a single part, such as a chain, constantly oiled or greased, there is a lubricator to get the job done. Lubricating systems have three main parts: the reservoir, the pump, and the filter. The reservoir holds the old lubricant after it comes back from being used, while the pump moves the lubricant along the system and into areas that need lubrication. The filter cleans contaminants out of the lubricant and ensures that the system continues to run uninterrupted.


The common lubricants discharged by lubricators are grease and oil, although alternative lubes do exist. The semisolid, soap and oil based grease is often used in hard to reach places, because it stays for a long period of time and therefore only requires occasional appliance. Oil lubricants are often mineral based substances such as petroleum, liquid lubes that are easy to apply but still vital protection against wear and corrosion for a machine in constant motion. Not all lubricants are earth friendly when they are disposed of in a careless fashion. The greatest risk from the greases and oils used in a wide variety of industrial manufacturing companies is that they well spoil the water supply if not properly gotten rid of. Therefore every industry that uses lubricants must take responsibility for getting rid of the waste carefully. There are also lubes now available, such as Lanolin, which is a natural oil extracted from lambs wool, that are non-toxic. Lubricators are used in almost every industry, including food service, textile, and automotive. The need for lubrication is not specific to manufacturing; many products that we use everyday require regular lubrication, including cars and computer technology.
 

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