pre-lube pump provides vital protection to your
costly equipment by delivering oil under pressure
to the most critical components. Prior to startup,
the pre-lube pump is engaged, fully lubricating
the system until the main lubrication takes over.
Pre-Lube Pumps Application
system provides vital protection to your costly
equipment by delivering oil under pressure to
the most critical components when they are the
most vulnerable to wear during equipment startup.
Engines, compressors, turbo machinery, motors,
generators, transmissions, and all other heavy
mechanical equipment have means of lubrication
during operation. But with mechanically driven
lube pumps, the hot lube oil drains back into
the oil sump after shutdown, leaving vital moving
parts with only a thin film of residual oil to
handle enormous loads during startup. The result
is premature wear.
Also, recent emissions and fuel conservation regulations
requiring frequent start/stop protocol exacerbate
mechanical wear conditions.
The same pre-lube
pump system can intervene to eliminate costly
failures and premature wear as a soak-back pump
to cool and lubricate ancillary devices such as
turbochargers, which remain in motion after shutdown.
Pre-lube pumps can also work as oil change assist
pumps by simply adding a 3-way valve to discharge
used oil for faster oil changes.
Paragon's pre-lube pumps are engineered for 10
years' service on locomotives and large diesel
engines. Our AESS (auto engine start stop) soak-back
pump is upgraded for this extreme level of durability.
These pumps or systems are also called pre lube,
preluber, preoiler, and soak-back pumps.
- Extremely robust design
for equipment that is intended for a very long
- 74 and 24 VDC input
- Industrial duty long
- Hardened pump body and
gears for exceptional life
- Engineering assistance
for confirming the best product solution
Prelube Pump Models
oil pump, 15 LPM, 2.8 Bar (3.5 gpm, 40 psi),
74 VDC Brushless motor
oil pump, 114 LPM, 10 Bar (30 gpm, 40 - 150
psi), 74 VDC Brush type motor
ordering information call us at 514 331-4922,
Fax: 514 331-4924 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org