The newly developed AutoJet® P170 and HP170 Lubrication System is specifically designed for applications where lines with speed variations require a constant amount of lubricant per m². The AutoJet® systems operate at line speeds up to 300 m/min delivering a pre-set amount of lubricant evenly across the coil regardless of machine speed. Our PWM controllers and PulsaJet® spray nozzles adjust flow to match speed variations during the run: the result is consistency from start to finish. From slow speeds to fast speeds and back again the amount you pre-set will be the amount you get
Easy and accurate set up
The system is easy to set up and operate. Enter the amount of lubricant you require, select the number of nozzles based on coil width and press start! The AutoJet® controller signals our PulsaJet® spray nozzles to ensure the application rate is always perfect. Fully hydraulic sprays are used for most applications, but for extremely viscous oils, we also have an air-assisted nozzle.
Spray lubricants at ambient temperature
The P170 system handles most lubricant oils that don‘t require heating. The oil is simply sprayed at the ambient temperature.
Temperature control allows the use of whichever lubricant you prefer
The HP170 system can handle most high viscosity oils (wax-based, anti-corrosion, …). These types of oil are more thixotropic which enables them to remain on the coil in all conditions. However, the oils must be applied at elevated temperatures, sometimes above 55 °C.
The HP170 has temperature control built into the system, allowing the operator to select the correct temperature for the oil in your process.
- Flow rate control via PWM (Pulse Width Modulation)
- No compressed air required
Dimensions and weights
- Available for all bands widths
- Dimensions will vary depending on band width
- Nozzle type: Air-Atomizing or Hydraulic PulsaJet® Nozzle
Ideal for use in these applications
- Corrosion protection
- Roll forming
- Wire lubrication
- Tube lubrication
Nozzles for P170 and HP170:
The P170 and HP170 lubrication systems use PulsaJet® nozzles to apply low-viscosity media without compressed air.
Precision Spray Control
Electrically-actuated spray nozzles are turned on and off very quickly to control flow rate. A duty cycle of 50% results in a corresponding flow rate of 50% of the rated flow for this nozzle at a given pressure.
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