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An automatic lubrication system is able to provide simultaneous lubrication of different machine parts by attaching itself to the machine. (Although they are automated, some ALS systems may require the engagement of a manual pump or activation button to start.)
Automatic lubrication systems vary widely by compatibility and configuration. However, they all share five primary components known as a controller/timer, a pump, a supply line, metering valves/injectors, and feed lines.
· The controller, or timer, is the mechanism used to activate and shut off the lubricating system, either externally or from inside the pump.
· The pump is responsible for transporting lubricant into the main system from the reservoir (where the lubricant is stored).
· The supply line connects to the pump and enables the lubricant to travel to the metering valves/injectors.
· The metering valves, or injectors, are responsible for measuring the lubricant and subsequently dispensing it into the feed lines.
· Via the feed lines, the lubricant is finally delivered to its predetermined application points.