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GMN's Prelub GP Oil-Air Lubricator Includes Rapid Error Correction

Westec 2019: The GMN oil-air lubricator Prelub GP is designed for the application of machine tool spindles.

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The Prelub GP oil-air lubricator from GMN is designed for machine tool spindles. After a pre-lubrication cycle is defined, the device switches automatically to the normal lubrication cycle.

The Prelub GP has a modular construction keeping control and mechanical areas separate from each other. In case of an idle spindle, the unit can interrupt the lubrication cycle. The product also has error memory with rapid error correction, a clear plastic oil reservoir with optical filling level indication and an electronic control with display for setting parameters. The voltage range of 115 to 230 V makes the unit usable in different countries, while its menu includes multiple languages.

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