SSV Metering Devices For Progressive Lubrication Systems

SSV metering devices maximum operating pressure is 350 bar. SSV metering devices are available with 6 to 22 outlets and can deliver grease or oil to various types of machinery and equipment, such as construction and mining machines, industrial equipment, vehicles and renewable energy devices. SSV metering devices can be equipped with pin indicator for visual system monitoring or with piston detector for electrical system monitoring. SSV metering devices are made of black chromed steel or stainless steel and have different connection options.

SSV metering devices are devices that are used to deliver precise amounts of lubricant to different parts of a machine or system. They are designed to work with high pressures and temperatures, and can handle various types of lubricants, such as greases and oils. SSV metering devices are also known as progressive metering devices, because they distribute the lubricant in a sequential order, from one outlet to the next. This makes them easy to monitor and troubleshoot, as any blockage or failure in the lubrication system can be detected by observing the movement of the pistons or the electrical signals from the sensors.

SSV metering devices are made of single blocks of metal, either steel or stainless steel, and have no rubber seals that can wear out or leak. They have internal cross porting technology that eliminates the need for external T-fittings and reduces the risk of clogging. They can have 6 to 22 outlets, depending on the size and complexity of the lubrication system. Each outlet can deliver a fixed amount of lubricant per cycle, ranging from 0.2 cm³ to 0.01 in³. The inlet and outlet connections can be either BSPP or NPT threads, depending on the preference of the user.

SSV metering devices can be equipped with different features to enhance their performance and functionality. For example, they can have indicator pins that show the position of the pistons and provide visual feedback of the lubrication process. They can also have emergency lubrication nipples that allow manual lubrication in case of power failure or system malfunction. Additionally, they can have piston detectors or proximity switches that generate electrical signals when the pistons reach a certain position. These signals can be used to monitor the lubrication system electronically and to trigger alarms or actions in case of problems.