New Superior Auto Greaser Delivers Reliable Lubrication in Critical Areas
Morris, MN – Superior Industries, North America’s only combination manufacturer of conveyor systems and their related accessories, reveals its new, single point, programmable lubricator. The automatic greaser increases plant safety, allowing maintenance workers to apply time to other projects; and ensures greasing cycles are conducted on time, extending the life of conveyor components.
Unlike other automatic greasing systems, these units are temperature independent and suitable for applications within a wide temperature range (-4°F up to 140°F). A built-in sensor periodically measures the ambient temperature and the control unit calculates the required gas generation based on this data. This ensures a continuous and controlled discharge.
Suitable for single-point lubrication of roller and sliding bearings, shaft seals and chains, Superior’s auto greaser consists of a reusable control unit, a lubricant canister filled with 4.4 ounces of grease and a protection cover. Discharge settings can range from 1 to 12 months. No assembly or special tools are required. Just unpack, set to the desired discharge period and screw into your lubrication point.
About Superior Industries
Superior Industries has a reputation of engineering and manufacturing groundbreaking, bulk material handling conveyors and cutting-edge components. From its headquarters in Morris, Minnesota, the manufacturer supplies the market with stackers, transfer conveyors and stationary systems plus idlers, pulleys and accessories to lower operating costs and increase production. The company manufactures from two additional plants in Arizona and Georgia.
Contact Superior Industries at 315 East Highway 28, Morris, MN 56267 U.S.A., call 1-320-589-2406 or e-mail email@example.com. Fans and customers can also connect with Superior at superior-ind.com; via the company’s blog, Channel 72; on Facebook; via Twitter; or YouTube.
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