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.
From Daily Telegraph’s Business analysis section on automated lubrication systems
Attractive long-term growth prospects bode well for riders of the economic storm, such as Interlube... amid all the doom & gloom in British manufacturing; it is easy to forget that this sector is home to some genuine growth stories.
Interlube Systems Ltd., based in Plymouth - which was the subject of a management buy-out during August 2000 - manufactures and fits automated lubrication systems to on-road heavy vehicles, such as refuse collection trucks, and large earth moving mobile plant, as well as off-road construction vehicles and industrial machines.
Interlube equipment and designed systems automatically lubricate the bearings in such vehicles. It is well proven that this method, is a cheaper, more efficient and reliable,than manual lubrication and also helps lower carbon emissions.
"Our biggest segment is vehicles lubrication," says Mike Cusack, 52, the managing director. "But we also supply users of computer numerical-controlled machine tools and turning equipment. On-road vehicles represent about 40% of our sales, with off-road representing 30% and the rest industrial."
Mike Cusack believes attractive long-term growth prospects still exist, as only a small percentage of off-road vehicles in Europe and the US currently have automated lubrication systems fitted, bearing in mind that there is greater penetration in Brazil and other emerging markets.
The Plymouth-based Interlube is acquired through a management buy-out from Invensys, part funded by a medium-term loan from Bank of Scotland, which also provided working capital finance
Buys out the US distribution business from Invensys and establishes Interlube Systems in Ohio
Acquires MSP Distributors Limited the largest supplier and Installer of lubrication equipment for heavy, off-road plant equipment in the UK.
Interlube broadens its portfolio into filtration equipment with the acquisition of Filtakleen Manufacturing.