over & under-lubrication
the need to calibrate a grease-gun
start-up cost with instant feedback
time no & conserves lubricants
& simple to operate, lightweight & easily portable
vibration analysis & data collection
bearing related problems during routine lubrication
easily into existing maintenance programs
units still in daily service since 1994
Two Jobs - Allows
one person to complete a proper lubrication job previously requiring two personnel.
Previously, this similar action could only be accomplished using sensitive listening
devices and exact timing between both personnel was imperative.
Identifies Bad Bearings - Sensitivity of
sensor can detect sound coming from various bearing related problems.
Saves Time - Lubrication Technician will
first listen to a bearing. If lubrication is not needed, then no further time
is spent there and on to the next bearing in the lubrication schedule. Also,
a Lubrication Technician, upon hearing a possibly damaged bearing, may now report
it saving time for higher echelon maintenance.
Safe To Use - The Ultra-Lube 2001 Series
has many safety features, including special connectors that easily disconnect
should any part become entangled in rotating equipment. Electronics are sealed
in epoxy and enclosed in a NEMA 4 rated, ABS plastic enclosure. All electrical
cords are shielded and are shrink-wrapped where connections have been made.
David Clark Headsets have a noise reduction rating of 23 decibels. The
Ultra-Lube is also ergonomic by using less grease, there are less repetitive
strokes of the grease gun handle.
Simple To Use - No special training is necessary
to operate the Ultra-Lube. User simply listens to bearings and lubricates until
noise abates. If noise does not abate bearing has been previously over-lubricated.
If noise abates, and then shortly returns to previous noise level, a problem
bearing should be suspected and reported to higher maintenance for proactive
measures on bearing longevity.
Rugged Construction - Every effort has been
made to build each Ultra-Lube using the highest quality materials. In some cases,
actual MIL spec's have been strictly adhered to. The Probe Tip Sensor has been
milled from 303 stainless steel and the casing is medical grade polished stainless
steel. Each Ultra-Lube must pass a 5 point testing phase and great care is taken
along the manufacturing process to make certain everything is within our strict
parameters. We have 7 years' worth of Ultra-Lubes still being used on a daily
basis. Wouldn't it be nice if all consumer goods were like that?
Copyright 1994-2013 UVLM, Inc.
Phone: 360-736-2333 - Fax: 360-736-1579
111 E. Pine Street, Centralia, WA 98531