Food & Beverage
Industrial applications require the consistent running of conveyor belts. Unplanned downtime influences the total performances of plants: to keep conveyor belts, bearings, chains and gears running, proper lubrication is indispensable. Groeneveld offers both a fully engineered solution and a self-install system. Groeneveld systems automatically lubricate applications with no need to stop the operation. The crucial advantages of automatic greasing ensure that the lifetime of the conveyor belt will be significantly improved.
Automatically lubricates better
Manual lubrication of pins and bushings on conveyor belts is dirty, time consuming work. Groeneveld products lubricate equipment while in operation and this helps improve profitability. Manual lubrication is inefficient and unsafe because there's a potential for some surfaces not to be lubricated and some areas may be hard to reach. Automatic lubrication with a Groeneveld system offers these major benefits:
Fully engineered system
The Twin dual-line automatic lubrication system is designed for applications where the reliability of the system is crucial. Twin is used all over the world for the most demanding applications installations with long line lengths and for extremely low or high ambient temperatures. Twin can be fully engineererd to suit any application. Thanks to the unique product properties, this quality product offers great benefits and an excellent return on investment.
Self-install automatic lubrication system
For less demanding applications, Groeneveld offers ready to install automatic lubrication kits. The MultiLine AXL is a level-headed automatic lubrication solution for light industrial applications, capable of operating oil from SAE80 up to and including grease to NLGI-2. With up to 36 points automatically lubricated, the service interval and the service life of conveyor belts is significantly increased. MultiLine AXL is a smart investment in operational efficiency.
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