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Remote Greasing System Makes Greasing Faster, Easier
Hard-to-reach grease fittings that may cause you to put off that much needed lube job until "tomorrow" have come out into the open with a new remote lubrication system by Lincoln Manufacturing, St. Louis, Mo.
The remote system features two basic components: A junction block surface mount that groups scattered fittings into one place for quick service, and a pass-through bulk-head mount designed for bearings concealed by metal housings, plates or other protective panels.
The Group 1 mounting system features blocks with 11132 in. mounting holes at 90? intervals for use with 5116 in. dia. mounting bolts. They offer horizontal or vertical positioning of lubricant inlet passages. Junction boxes with smaller 9132 in. mounting holes are also available.
The system's manufacturer stresses that it permits safe lubricating of bearings while machines are running, as well as providing a practical solution to the accessibility problem present with most machinery.
A variety of lubrication combinations, including all hoses and fittings needed, are available from the manufacturer.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Lincoln Mfg., Goodfellow Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63120 (ph 314 383-5900).

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