Systematic reduction of requirements for maintenance

Under the designation Klübermatic, Klüber Lubrication now offers its own brand of automatic lubricant dispensers filled with high-end lubricants for a variety of applications. These automatic dispensers ensure a permanent and therefore reliable supply of lubricant to the friction points irrespective of the ambient temperature. Klüber offers three different Klübermatic models – self-controlled or with external control – which can be combined with a variety of Klüber lubricants for a wide range of components: for the single-point lubrication of rolling or plain bearings, slideways, open gears, toothed racks, threaded spindles, shaft seals or chains. To make conversion from manual to automatic lubrication easy and straightforward, Klüber can provide a Basic Kit comprising all components needed for that task (Fig.).

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