ZPU Grease Pump
The ZPU Lubrication Pump is one of the popular grease pump in the industrial for progressive system and dual grease lubrication systems.The maxiumu pressure could reach 40Mpa.
ZPU grease pump has many flexiable usage.It can be equipped with a mobile cart, high-pressure pipes, grease gun, and power cable.It could be consider as a moveable centralized lubrication pump system.
The ZPU grease pump station is particularly effective for progressive lubrication setups featuring lower frequencies, fewer lubrication points, larger lubricant volumes, and easy mobility.
Driven by a gear motor unit, the ZPU Lubrication Pump efficiently delivers grease through a single outlet port. With customizable grease displacement options to match varying lubrication needs, the ZPU pump excels in transferring grease to distant lubrication points, even through narrow lubricant piping.
- Cycle:22 Times/min
- Power:0.37kW/0.55kW/1.1kW-AC 380V
Structure Of The ZPU Grease Pump
|Code||40L(mm)||60L(mm)||100(mm)||0.55Kw 60rpm||0.7Kw 100pm||1.5Kw 180rpm|
- Grease Tank
- Flange with piston device
- Filler: G3/4
- Return Port: G3/4
- Safe Valve
- Outlet: G3/4
- Check valve
The function of a grease pump, also known as a lubrication pump, is to transfer lubricating grease from a reservoir to different parts of a machine or equipment that require lubrication. Grease pumps are used in various industries, including automotive, manufacturing, construction, and agriculture.
The pump works by creating pressure within the lubricant reservoir, forcing the grease to flow through a network of pipes or hoses to reach the lubrication points. This ensures that the moving parts within the machinery receive adequate lubrication to reduce friction, prevent wear and tear, and extend component life.
Grease pumps are typically powered by electric motors or air-driven systems. They can be manual, operated by hand, or automatic, where lubrication intervals are controlled by timers or sensors. Some advanced grease pumps also allow for centralized lubrication systems, where multiple points can be serviced simultaneously.
A lubricating pump, also known as a lubrication pump, is a device used to supply lubricant, such as oil or grease, to different parts of machinery or equipment that require lubrication. Its primary function is to ensure that the moving components within a system are properly lubricated to reduce friction, prevent wear and tear, and extend their lifespan.
Lubricating pumps are commonly found in various industries, including automotive, manufacturing, power generation, mining, and many others. They are typically powered by electric motors, pneumatic systems, or hydraulic systems.
The pump works by drawing lubricant from a reservoir and then delivering it to the lubrication points through a network of pipes, hoses, or channels. The lubricant is often pressurized to ensure proper distribution and flow to the designated areas that need lubrication. Depending on the system’s requirements, lubricating pumps can be manual, automatic, or semi-automatic.
Some lubricating pumps are part of centralized lubrication systems, where they supply lubricant to multiple points simultaneously. These systems can be controlled by timers, sensors, or programmable logic controllers (PLCs) to ensure optimal lubrication intervals and quantities.