Quicklub Lubrication Systems

Single-line progressive automatic lubrication system for grease and oil with block-type metering valves.

System description:

In a Quicklub system, lubricant can be supplied either manually, with a grease gun, or through a fully automated system using electric or pneumatic pumps and progressive metering valves. More than a drilled manifold block, the SSV metering valve incorporates a series of metering pistons, which accurately dispense lubricant from each outlet. Visual monitoring is provided with an indicator pin, which confirms a valve has completed a full cycle.

The electric pumps feature a unique lightweight synthetic housing and are available with an integrated timer control unit.

More information:

  • Designed to provide a relatively simple and inexpensive method of centralizing or automating the lubrication process
  • Electrical pumps are vibration-resistant and shock-resistant for use on mobile equipment
  • Combine SSV divider valves with Helios two-line systems or Centro-Matic single-line systems
  • Solid block-type SSV metering valves will not leak under pressure

Quicklub Pumps With RemoteLinc Capability
Lincoln has introduced its new P203 RemoteLinc™ pump for fleets using telematics. Designed to communicate with wireless systems, the unit combines the proven Quicklub® 203 pump with two independent outputs to link to telematics systems.

Fleet managers now can be remotely notified when the lubricant reservoir is low so that they know when to dispatch a lube truck. The RemoteLinc P203 can also immediately alarm managers when the automatic lubrication system is in fault and a service technician must be contacted.