Air Lubricator

A pneumatic lubricator injects oil into an airline to provide lubrication to the internal working parts of pneumatic tools, and to other devices such as actuating cylinders, valves and motors.

A lubricator should always be the last element in an FRL (Filter-Regulator-Lubricator) unit. If an FRL is connected "backwards" with incoming air connected to the lubricator, oil-laden air interferes with pressure regulator operation, oil is separated from the air stream and drained by the filter, and very little or none is delivered to connected equipment.

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UPC’s manufactures of lubricators Airtec, CKD, and MFD Pneumatics.

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