DuoMax 160

Robust, double-point lubrication unit for the long term lubrication of electric motors

DuoMax 160 is a precise lubrication system with two outlets for maintenance-free operation of modern electric motors. Due to minimum quantity lubrication it offers an optimum grease supply to the bearings over a time period of up to three years. The DuoMax 160 prevents over lubrication which can occur with conventional manual lubrication.

Economical

  • Simultaneous long term lubrication of two lubrication points
  • Automatic lubricant supply 24/7
  • Optimum lubricant supply
  • Combination of premium lubricant and intelligent lubrication device
  • Battery driven, no external power needed

                                                    

Robust and reliable

  • Closed aluminium die-cast housing
  • Completely sealed unit
  • Performs in extreme environmental conditions (dust, water, heat)
  • Resistant to shock and vibration

Lubrication over long periods

  • Individually adjustable operating time
  • Possible operating range up to 36 months
  • Lubrication device for minimum quantities e. g. at 3 years operating time: 26.6 cm3 per year and outlet

The DuoMax 160 is an electro-mechanical lubricator for automatic lubrication of two lubrication points with grease or oil. The aluminium die-cast body of the DuoMax 160 contains two sealed and unpressurized cartridges filled with 160 cm³ lubricant. Two advancing pistons push the lubricant through two outlets to the lubrication points. The forward motion of the pistons is generated by a geared motor and a spindle drive. The control of this motion as well as the activation and control of the gear motor is governed by a micro processor. A fixed, non-removable lithium battery supplies the electronic circuit and the motor with power.

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DuoMax 160

Long-term solution for low maintenance lubrication of electrical motors. The electro-mechanical lubricator eliminates most common bearing failures caused by e. g. over lubrication, under lubrication, contamination or accidental mixing of incompatible lubricants.
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