When Lubecore president, Jan Eisses, began building the Lubecore line in 2008 he already had 20 years of experience in the automated lubrication business. At that time he recognized the most common service calls for auto-lube systems pertained to:
- Empty pumps
- Air in the system
- Broken lines at the fitting end
- Timer failure
Jan knew that failure to resolve these issues meant failure to provide customers with automatic greasing, which begged the question: How can we prevent such incidents from happening?
Equipped with expert industry knowledge, Jan incorporated into the new designs the most exceptional features available. These included automatic low-level shut down, self-bleeding pumps and insulated pump mounting and many other advancements.
Now, 11 years later, Lubecore has developed a state-of-the-art solution for our customers in the form of the Pneumatic Single Line 210 system.
Next Generation Features
- Self-bleeding pumps with positive inlet pressure (PIP) stainless steel top spring
- Self-bleeding brass super injectors
- Korilla lining with a “No broken lines guarantee”
- Better, more flexible nylon for fewer repairs
- Makrolon® break-proof reservoirs
- Bullet proof front-mount timer with easy-to-use magnet control
- Proof of battery power, ignition and ground right at the pump
- Standard pressure gauge providing insight into your system’s health
- Bullet proof industry proven solenoid
- Stainless-steel, leak-proof follower plate with leak-proof red silicon
- Injectors that reload at 450 PSI vs 0
- Grease delivery not impacted by air ingress
- Corrosion-resistant insulated mounting system
- Heavy duty Deutsch® electrical connections
- And more…
These significant advantages over other systems make the Pneumatic Single Line 210 part of the cutting edge of next generation auto-lube systems.
Applications include highway tractors, trailers, on-road dump trucks, snow plows, cement trucks, garbage trucks, street sweepers, terminal tractors and stationary industrial equipment.
To learn more, contact Lubecore today.