What are the reasons for higher counter pressure at the lubrication point?
Blocked grease lines through contamination or aged, hardened lubricant often cause a higher counter pressure at the lubrication point. In addition, full grease traps, plugged grease drain holes, restrictive lubrication channels or buckled grease lines also influence the flow behavior and counter pressure.
How can the required counter pressure at the lubrication point be determined?
You can find all information on this topic in the perma counterpressure video.
It shows you step by step how to measure the counter pressure at the lubrication point. To perform the pressure test, perma offers a special perma ACCESSORY KIT.
The solution: perma lubrication systems
perma Lubrication systems offer high pressure build-up to clear blockages. In addition, a special purge function allows for cleaning of the grease lines.