Central Lubrication Training
Central lubrication systems are used in almost every industry to provide preventative maintenance of central lubrication systems, by providing an automatic supply of lubrication to machine bearings and other devices needing lubrication. The Central Lubrication Training Central Lubrication Learning System teaches students the technical skills needed to operate, install, tune, maintain and troubleshoot these vital lubrication systems. The Central Lubrication Training includes a mobile workstation, pneumatic pump panel, series-progressive valve panel, fluid recovery panel, servicing package with hand pump, control center with micro-processor controller, student learning materials for both theory and lab, and teacherÃ¢â¬â¢s guide. Additional panels are available to extend the capability of the system. These include: electric motor-driven pump, piston distributor valves, spindle lubrication, dual-line, and zoned. The mobile workstation consists of a sturdy welded-steel frame with interchangeable panels to permit other central lubrication systems to be operated on the workstation
The Central Lubrication Training recreates the real world environment with high-quality industrial central lubrication components operating in realistic applications with fault insertion capability in both the electrical and fluid components. Faults can be manually inserted throughout the system to provide students with real-world machinery lubrication troubleshooting experience. Terminal strip test points are available at key locations to aid students in their troubleshooting process without damage to the equipment.
Features of Central Lubrication Training