By incorporating the Bavire® lubrication system into your regular maintenance program you will be able to:

  • Diminish un-premeditated depreciation schedules and impending breakdowns
  • Minimize basic stresses that cause critical path machine breakdowns
  • Increase safety of workers and reduces probability of major accidents
  • Prolongs useful-life of equipment and increases residual value
  • Reduce labour costs through diminishing manual lubrication
  • Increase bearing service, and asset reliability
  • Increase efficiency and speed of equipment
Features Advantages Benefits
Controlled metered delivery Elimination of machine failures related to over/under greasing Increased bearing service; provides asset reliability
Self-contained; battery operated (with option for external power application) No moving parts and/or outside logistics required Simple installation; easy to maintain and troubleshoot
Predictable life cycle on a 1 litre lube reservoir Easily interfaced with a planned maintenance program Supports proactive maintenance; delineates reactive maintenance
High pressure output of up to 1,000 psi Will maintain positive lube delivery through multiple distribution blocks and long remote lines Can cover a wide range of applications with the reliability of servicing up to 30+ lube points with this single automatic lubrication system
Fully automatic Relatively maintenance free, and provides immediate cost savings Man-hour savings, results in labor asset reallocation
Environmentally friendly; provides simple lube reservoir and battery pack exchange No bulk refilling required, and eliminates cross tube contamination Predictable and planned service intervals; reduces service and man-hour costs
Diagnostic feedback Identifies fault mode and displays cause code on LCD screen Will recognize high pressure faults and internal power interruptions
Patented-high efficiency pump System does not require a high tension spring/follower in lube reservoir No static pressure applied in lube reservoir; eliminates grease seperation common in central systems