A system of mechanical lubrication for rolling mill spindle couplings has been sent us by de Jonge Marcel of Belgium, who states that this method has been adopted on mills of EsperanceLongdoz Company at Liege, John Cockerill at Athus, and OngreMarihaye Company at Liege. Many ironsmelting companies on the Continent now fitting this system which, in addition to providing efficient mechanically applied lubrication to this difficult position, also saves maintenance departments twenty minutes a shift formerly spent on manual application. Other advantages of course include continual and regulated supply of grease under pressure at all times.
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology – Emerald Publishing
Published: Mar 1, 1955
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