Automated Lubrication Systems

Proper Lubrication Practices and Improved Methods of Dispensing with Semi and Automated Lubrication Systems add Additional Machine Reliability, and additional Up-Time

Valin® sells lubrication systems and provides authorized services for some of the finest manufacturers in the world. Our technical staff features knowledgeable customer service representatives, product specialists and an application group. We provide quality and application proven products that will provide you with the most efficient, most cost effective means for your lubrication system needs.

Automated Lubrication

Automated Lubrication Systems
Valin’s Automated Lubrication Systems will save labor by eliminating the need for manual lubrication. The system ensures that all lube points are properly serviced 100 percent of the time. This ultimately extends equipment life and further reduces the risk of premature failure.

Valin’s Automated Lubrication Systems are designed to automatically deliver a metered amount of lubrication to each individual lubrication point on a specific, programmed schedule. The system can be installed to address a single machine - such as an excavator with 20-30 lube points - or in a factory system with hundreds of lube points.

With more than 25 years of unique expertise in automated lubrication systems, Valin provides assessment, design, component selection, full-service installation and support for its customers. The ROI associated with the lubrication systems can be seen fairly quickly. By reducing labor costs and reducing wear and downtime, customers see their investment justified in a short period of time.

For more information about our Lubrication Systems, contact us today or call (855) 797-6387.
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