Graco Inc.

May 16, 2012

We are very pleased to announce the launch of the GBL 7500 Oil Pump product line. The "GBL" stands for "Graco Box Lubricator" oil pump and the "7500" refers to the maximum working pressure of 3/16" size pump. The GBL 7500 will replace both the Manzel® Model 76 and Manzel® Model 88 pumps. These were great pumps, and they served us all well, but it was time for an overhaul and upgrade. Once you get a GBL 7500 in your hand, you will feel and see the difference.

Features and Benefits

  • Improved inlets and outlets dimensions and ball checks to improve flow and eliminate vapor lock
  • Patent pending ball-in-socket piston to rocker arm interface for improved piston and rocker life
  • Stainless steel piston for corrosion protection and long life
  • Roller bearings inside roller wheel outperforms the old plain roller on axle method

The GBL 7500 has a look and feel that provide a first glimpse of the Graco Proven Quality and Leading Technology, but the true demonstration of its quality is in the way that it works and the value that it provides. Please review the links below to see the Graco difference in detail.

The GBL 7500 is available in Suction, Gravity and Pressure fed models. Piston sizes are 3/16", 1/4" and 3/8". These pumps can be used in pump-to-point using our Manzel® Modular Box Lubricators (MBL) or they can be used to provide flow to Manzel® MHH series progressive divider valves using the MBL or various OEM gear boxes

Click Here to learn more about the GBL 7500 Pump.

If you need more information regarding this exciting new product, please contact your Graco District Sales Manager or Customer/Technical Services. Also, please don't hesitate to contact me directly with any questions or concerns

Reference the following links for more information, GBL 7500 Flyer, GBL 7500 manual, MBL manual, GBL 7500 Part Number Cross Reference, and ILE Buyer's Guide.