Lubrication systems for vehicle chassis and chassis mounted equipment.
The ultimate chain lubrication system, that lubricates chain accurately and precisely exactly at the required lubrication point.
Interlube Industrial Lubrication Systems such as Oil recalculating systems, Dual line Grease systems, Progressive systems, Grease spray systems, Meter valve systems, Multi Line systems and Positive displacement systems.
Heavy Duty Automatic Lubrication Systems for Mobile Plant applications such as: Excavators, Loading Shovels, Dump trucks, Dozers, Material Handlers, Telehandlers, Graders, Articulated Dump Trucks and Compactors
Lubrication systems for Agricultural machines such as: Claas machines, John Deere machines, Backhoe machines, Cultivators, Spreaders, self propelled sprayers, potato washers and many more
Self retracting hydraulic hose reels for cranes, forklift trucks and container crane applications.
Multi line lubrication systems for lubricating all types’ machines such as cranes, sweepers, chassis, hooklifts, tippers, taillifts, buses and many more.
Another successful show at Hill Head Buxton UK
Timken ILS took the opportunity at the recent Hill Head show to Display some new and innovative products, one of which being our “Fully Controlled & Monitored Lubrication System”.
The 2016 Hillhead show attracted over 18,000 visitors doubtless, the biggest Hillhead ever.
The New fully functional system being exhibited had
- Intelligent CAN-BUS Controlled Monitoring System.
- High performance controller offering protected fuse and relay outputs, easy plug and
- play system with J1939 Protocol support.
- Dash Mounted Screen with LED operational Graphics.
- Easy to navigate interface with real time alarm functions, such as:
- No Grease Flow
- Low Pressure
- High Pressure
- Low Grease level
- Blown Fuse
- Pump Failure
- Control Valve Failure
Real time monitoring is a function being requested now by the Industry as the importance of Good and Correct Lubrication of Key assets is of paramount importance.
Note around 60% of Bearing failures are due to the incorrect or lack of lubrication