What is the oil-mist system?
IsohiTech Lubrication produced Air-Oil Systems that designed for high-speed machining, grinding and centrifuge equipment. The system combines pumps, metering valve, air regulation and controller.It’s very easy insalment and could repalce all competition for high-speed spindle bearing applications. The installation is clean and aesthetic, with reliable and proven components provided in a pre-configured package that guarantees protection for high-speed spindle bearings over time.
Advantage Of The Oil Mist System
- Rapid ROI: Implementing an oil mist system results in quick cost savings and increased operational efficiency, providing a fast return on investment.
- Enhanced productivity: Optimal equipment lubrication through the oil mist system improves performance, reduces downtime, and boosts overall productivity.
- Easy installation: Oil mist systems are designed for seamless installation, minimizing disruptions to existing operations and ensuring a smooth integration process.
- Precise control: The system enables precise control over lubricant delivery, air quality, and operating temperatures, leading to optimized equipment performance and reduced wear and tear.
- Extended equipment life: The precise delivery of lubricant as a mist extends the lifespan of bearings and spindles, resulting in lower maintenance costs and decreased equipment downtime.
- Environmentally friendly: Oil mist systems are eco-friendly, minimizing oil consumption and eliminating fogging issues, creating a clean and safe working environment.
Isohitech Oil-Mist System
Automatic cycle control
0-30ml oil could be adjustable
2kg or 3kg reservoir
Inlet Air Pipe:8mm
Outlet:4mm or 6mm
Filter size:5 Micro
Air Pressure Switch:Equipped
Oil Pressure Switch:Equipped
Air-Mist Point:1-4 points
OIl Mist Application
An oil mist system provides a fine mist of lubricating oil to the surfaces of machine parts and equipment. The oil mist can help to reduce friction, protect against wear, and dissipate heat, which can improve the performance and extend the lifespan of the machinery. When the fine oil mist is distributed through the air, it can penetrate into small crevices and hard-to-reach areas, providing lubrication even in areas that are difficult to access. Oil mist lubrication can also be more efficient than other lubrication methods because it uses less oil and distributes it more evenly over the machinery’s surface. Additionally, using an oil mist system can reduce the risk of contamination by preventing excess oil from accumulating on the surface of the machinery, which can attract dirt and debris. Overall, an oil mist system is an effective method of providing consistent and reliable lubrication to critical components of high-speed machines.
An oil mist system, also known as a mist lubrication system, is a method of lubricating machine parts or equipment. It works by dispersing a fine mist of oil through the air, which then settles on the surfaces of the machinery to provide lubrication. The oil mist is created by forcing oil through a nozzle or series of nozzles at high pressure, which atomizes the oil into a mist. Oil mist systems are commonly used in high-speed machining applications because they can provide consistent and reliable lubrication to bearings and other critical components of the machine. They also have the advantage of being more environmentally friendly than some other lubrication methods, as they use less oil and create less waste.
Oil mist lubrication is an effective, efficient, and cost-effective method of protecting high-speed machinery and components from wear and tear, increasing their lifespan, and improving performance while reducing maintenance costs.
1. Improved Lubrication: Oil mist can disperse evenly and thoroughly, providing effective lubrication to all the necessary machine parts. This ensures that all components are protected against wear, reducing maintenance requirements and extending the machine’s lifespan.
2. Reduced Friction: Lubrication helps to reduce friction between moving parts, which reduces wear and tear on the equipment and improves its overall efficiency.
3. Heat Dissipation: Oil mist lubrication can help dissipate heat generated by high-speed machines, preventing overheating, and improving performance.
4. Reduced Contamination: Using an oil mist system can help reduce the buildup of excess oil on machine surfaces that can attract dirt, debris, and other contaminants.
5. Environmentally Friendly: Oil mist systems use less lubricating oil than other methods, which is more environmentally friendly and cost-effective.
6. Improved Safety: Oil mist systems can improve safety by reducing the risk of fire or explosion caused by excess oil spills or leaks.
These are just a few examples, as oil mist lubrication can be used in any application where high-speed machinery requires reliable and efficient lubrication to protect critical components against wear, reduce friction, dissipate heat, and improve overall performance
– Aerospace industry (turbine bearings, gears, etc.)
– Automotive industry (engine component manufacturing)
– Power generation industry (turbines, generators, etc.)
– Industrial applications (gears, bearings, etc.)
– Marine applications (propulsion systems, gearboxes, etc.)
– Mining and quarrying industry (crushers, conveyors, etc.)
– Paper and pulp industry (pumps, fans, etc.)
– Steel and metal processing industry (rolling mills, furnaces, etc.)
– Textile industry (spinning machines, yarn manufacturing, etc.)
An oil mist system works by atomizing lubricating oil into a fine mist, which is then sprayed or circulated throughout the machinery through a network of pipes and nozzles. The process generally involves the following steps:
1. Oil Supply: A supply of lubricating oil is stored in a storage tank, which is usually located outside or away from the machinery. The oil is then pumped under pressure to a series of nozzles.
2. Atomization: The oil is forced through a nozzle or series of nozzles at high pressure, which atomizes it into a fine mist. The size of the oil droplets can vary depending on the specific application, but they are typically in the range of 0.5 to 10 microns.
3. Distribution: The oil mist is then distributed throughout the machinery through a network of pipes and nozzles. The oil can be distributed through either a centralized or decentralized system, depending on the specific application.
4. Lubrication: Once the oil mist has been distributed throughout the machinery, it settles on the surfaces of the machine parts and provides lubrication to the necessary areas. The oil helps to reduce friction, protect against wear, and dissipate heat generated by the machinery.
Oil mist is generated by forcing oil through a nozzle or series of nozzles at high pressure, which atomizes the oil into a fine mist. The size of the oil droplets can vary depending on the specific application, but they are typically in the range of 0.5 to 10 microns.
The oil is first stored in an oil reservoir or sump and then pumped by a pump under high pressure through pipes to the nozzle or nozzles. To produce a fine oil mist, the oil is typically forced through a specially designed nozzle, such as a venturi nozzle, at high velocity, where it mixes with compressed air or another gas. The mixture of oil and gas then expands and breaks up into fine droplets as it exits the nozzle.
The size of the oil droplets can be controlled by adjusting the oil flow rate, air pressure, and nozzle design. The oil mist generated this way is then distributed throughout the machinery by a network of pipes and nozzles to lubricate the machine parts effectively.
Oil mist requires specialized equipment, careful design, and precise control over the oil flow rate, air pressure, and nozzle design to ensure that the oil mist is of the optimal size for the intended application.
Oil mist is primarily composed of lubricating oil, atomized into tiny droplets suspended in the air. The exact composition of the oil mist can vary depending on the type of lubricating oil used and the specific application. However, the oil mist typically contains a mixture of base oils and additives that provide lubrication, cleaning, corrosion protection, and other benefits.
In addition to the lubricating oil, oil mist systems also require a variety of components to generate, distribute, and control the oil mist, including:
1. Oil Reservoir: A storage tank or sump where the lubricating oil is stored.
2. Oil Pump: A pump that circulates the oil through the system at high pressure.
3. Nozzle: A specialized nozzle that atomizes the oil into a fine mist.
4. Compressed Air System: A source of compressed air or other gas that is mixed with the oil to create the mist.
5. Pipes and Fittings: A network of pipes and fittings that distribute the mist throughout the machinery.
6. Filters: Devices that remove debris and contaminants from the oil and air before they enter the system.
7. Sensors and Controls: Devices that monitor and regulate the system’s pressure, flow rate, temperature, and other critical parameters.
The components of an oil mist system work together to generate, distribute, and control the oil mist, ensuring that the correct amount of lubricating oil is delivered to the necessary components while minimizing waste and reducing the risk of contamination.