Features and Benefits
- Material is stored in the same spot where pressure is simultaneously regulated.
- The use of a reservoir/regulator allows for the dispensing process to run uninterrupted, even if your main grease source needs replacing.
- FIFO (First In-First out) reservoirs minimize the separation of unstable material.
- Multiple pressure options are available for the reservoir/regulator.
- Level Sensors
- Fill Valves
- Solenoid Valves
Because some dispensers require a specific pressure supply, a pressure regulator is often needed to adjust pressure between the pump and the dispenser. Reservoirs/Regulators act as both a grease source and a regulator, which allows your system to continue dispensing even if the main grease container is being replaced. All varieties are first in, first out, or FIFO, to remove the risk of aging grease.
Manual options allow for the refilling of several stations from a single portable pump. These regulators have been thoughtfully designed to only require a temporary connection from the source or pump being utilized. They can regulate material pressure to provide up to 120/240 PSI (depending on model) of outlet grease pressure.
Our Automatic Reservoirs/Regulators are available in both high and low pressure options. Low pressure models have a grease output pressure of up to 240 PSI, while the high pressure options have output pressure as high as 1320 PSI. With the optional microprocessor, these machines are self sufficient, meaning you could have several hooked up to one central pump and only have to monitor the level of the main pump.
Each of these grease reservoirs/regulators have been engineered for use with NLGI 000 through NLGI 2 grease. Equipped with relief valves and air pressure regulators with gauges, they are capable of handling up to 3,000 PSI inlet material pressure.
GSPs for Grease
Grease Pressure Regulators
GPMD10000 Grease Dispensers
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