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The automation and centralization of the lubrication process of critical dynamic equipment greatly reduces energy consumption, operative risks, costs of maintenance and operation:

  • Production reliability.
  • Reduced operative risks.
  • Reduced temperatures.
  • Less wear of machines dynamic elements.
  • Reduced vibrations and noise.
  • Operational efficiency.
  • Reduced energy consumption.
  • Greater availability
  • Reduces costs and lubricant inventories


  • Effective and opportune lubrication in critical/thermodynamic equipment.
  • Reduction of operative risks by lubrication of dynamic equipment at heights through manual or conventional lubrication
  • In process valves it eliminates the risk of contact pressure affecting the seal.
  • In process valves, the injected lubricant, resists the solvent action of the fluids that are conducted by the tube in where it operates; avoiding the contact metal-metal between the seat of the ring and the body of the valve providing a renewable and flexible seat.
  • It protects against corrosion and wear, guaranteeing the application of clean lubricant in the amount, quality and required intervals.
  • Low tendency to solidify under extreme temperature conditions when using correct lubricant recommended by the manufacturer of the critical equipment.
  • Operative reliability of the Plant as a whole.
  • It allows continuous and automated lubrication, with no need to stop the equipment.
  • It avoids the direct contact between the process material and the lubricant.


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