Fleets & Transportation
Less downtime, larger profits.
Automate your maintenance routine and lubricate your vehicle while it’s running.
What is lubrication and why is it important?
Lubrication is a crucial element in the efficiency and life-expectancy of any rotating equipment.
The pitfalls of manual lubrication
Manual lubrication poses important disadvantages in terms of costs, safety and productivity.
The components of an automatic lubrication system
An automatic lubrication system consists of a pump with reservoir, a controller, metering devices, hose and fittings and accessories.
Single line parallel or series progressive: which automatic lubrication configuration to choose?
Single line parallel or series progressive: what’s the difference and when should you use one rather than the other?
What’s the return on investment (ROI) of an automatic lubrication system?
An automatic lubrication system provides many benefits, but how do you calculate its ROI?
How to avoid pin bushing wear and minimize repair costs
Auto Lube reduces contamination and wear of pin bushing, extend machine life and help avoid downtime.
How to avoid grease contamination and clogged Zerk fittings on construction and mining equipment
Automatic lubrication systems prevent clogged grease fittings by dispensing accurate doses of lubricant during operation.
Graco's LubeMaster pumps keep shipyard cranes working despite harsh weather
A lubrication system for cranes in harsh weather.
Mining company Leighton Asia doesn't fear winter anymore
The great work of “Dyna-Star” on the 984 Excavator
Mining company AngloAmerican improves productivity with Graco's Dyna-Star grease pumps
A centralized lubrication system with up to 900kg grease storage
How Auto Lube Improves Productivity and Safety at Aggregate Quarry
Lehigh Hanson, the no. 1 business in the world for aggregate, no. 2 for concrete and no. 3 for cement, relies on Graco automatic lubrication on their Caterpillar 990 pit loader. Learn how Graco’s auto lube system is helping them keep their operation running.