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  • Example of installationAll distribution lines, for oil, grease and similar products, must be prepared with tubing (in steel, rubber ...) for high pressures, and must be smooth and seamless, with connections possibly having an inside diameter greater than the tube itself so as not to create any constrictions.The tubing for an oil line must be capable of withstanding a minimum working pressure of 60 bar. For grease installation the tubing must withstand a minimum working pressure of 600 bar. Air and water tubing may be welded. For water, non corrosive pipework is recommended with min. pressure rating 8 - 10 bar.For compressed air, 18 - 20 bar minimum pressure rating is recommended.

    MOTOR OIL MAIN LINE

    Tube characteristics:0 - 15 m minimum inside diameter 3/4 ( 19 mm)16 - 50 m minimum inside diameter 1 ( 25 mm)51 - 100 m minimum inside diameter 1.1/4 ( 30 mm)101 - 200 m minimum inside diameter 1.1/2 ( 38 mm)

    GEAR OIL MAIN LINE

    Tube characteristics:0 - 15 m minimum inside diameter 1 ( 25 mm)16 - 50 m minimum inside diameter 1.1/2 ( 38 mm)51 - 100 m minimum inside diameter 1.1/4 ( 30 mm)51 - 250 m minimum inside diameter 2 ( 50 mm)

    Discharge: minimun inside diameter 3/4 ( 19 mm) Discharge: minimun inside diameter 3/4 ( 19 mm)

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    OIL

  • GREASE MAIN LINE

    Tube characteristics:0 - 200 m minimum inside diameter 1/2 ( 15 mm)

    AIR AND WATER MAIN LINE

    Tube characteristics:0 - 30 m minimum inside diameter 1 ( 25 mm)31 - 300 m minimun inside diameter 1.1/2 ( 38 mm)

    Discharge: minimun inside diameter 3/8 ( 10 mm) Discharge: minimun inside diameter 3/4 ( 19 mm)

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    FLUIDS CONTROL SYSTEM

    GREASE - WATER - AIR