Pulp and paper industry
Paper machines, cardboard machines, and dryers
Wire and press sections:
Our dual-line grease lubrication systems in acid-proof design are used with great success, due to the large variation in dosage amount. This means that the same system can be used for a large press roll or a small bearing. The system is as easy to adjust as it is reliable.
Dryers are usually lubricated with our oil circulation systems, cooling, dewatering, venting, and filtering the oil. In some cases, guide rollers can be grease lubricated with our dual-line system, especially the low-positioned guide rollers.
For peripherals, both dual-line grease system or the LubeRight manual system are good solutions.
Dry cleaners / Wood yard
A lot of dual-line grease systems are used for conveyors, pumps, bark presses, choppers, and sieves. For the lubrication of the debarking drum, the grease is sprayed on the teeth with Assalub grease spray system. The single-line system is used to oil chains.
Dual-line grease systems are used for conveyors, fans, and bearings as well as sealings in general et cetera.
Our recommendation for reliable lubrication is Assalub’s dual-line grease system. There will be a big difference in energy consumption and durability for sliding surfaces and seals as we lubricate the equipment 2-4 times/hour which is cost efficient. Generally, LubeRight is a good complement when dual-line systems are unsuitable, but you still want to have control over the grease lubrication. To monitor critical lubrication points, use LubeMon and WLubeMon. The monitoring systems lessens the risk of a critical bearing failure.
We supply a lot of pneumatic pumps for grease and oil. Our 1:6 oil pumps provide power and flow to pump all kinds of oil up to the thickest gearbox oils. The 1:6 pump can advantageously also be used for NLGI 2 grease for filling grease guns and reservoirs, pure transfer to barrels or other equipment. The most common grease pump is the 1:65 pump with the “totally empty” concept. The pump is used to fill grease guns, manual lubrication, in automatic grease lubrication systems such as dual-line grease systems, progressive systems, or grease spray systems.