Type “B” Stock Oilers

TYPE “B” HEAVY DUTY STOCK OILER
To lubricate blanks and cut sheets

For material widths from 1/2-inch to 8 inches

For material widths from 8 inches to 17 inches

TYPE “B” STOCK OILERS

Power driven rolls pull the material smoothly through the Stock  Oiler, lubricating both sides of the material.  Separate lubricant controls for the top rolls, and for the bottom rolls, enable the operator to adjust for the desired application rate (with optional lower drip tube).

Oiler shown from entranceside. Stand is adjusted in the “up” position.

Oiler shown from exit (Wiper) side.Stand is ad justed in the “down” position.

Chain and sprocket drive assures perfect “synchro” of rolls for all thicknesses of materials. Drive motors available in RPM’s of 30-45-68-100.

The 1/2-H.P.

gear/drive motors are available in either single or three phase.

a safety cover removed to show roll coupling.

(Inputs shown for optional Lower Drip Tube)

ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION

Rigid welded construction, built to last. Heavy 1/4″ end plates welded to 1/8″ thick reservoir pan. Rolls are 4″ in diameter, mounted on 1-inch diameter steel axle rods turning on ball-bearings at each end. Upper Drip Tube is standard. Bottom Roll picks up lubricant that is constantly being replinished in the pan. An optional Lower Drip Tube is available for maximum control of lubricant flow to the bottom Roll.

All Heavy Duty “B” and “C” Oilers have two 1-1/4″ NPT input-output tank flanges in the Oiler’s pan our EACH end (total of 4). Pan imput-output can then be plumbed from either end.

 Chain safety cover in place.

If the optional Lower Drip Tube is chosen, then the overflow hose is connected to the lowest tank flange. The lubricant level in the pan never comes in contact with the lower roll.  (As shown above)

Power Drive Motor is mounted on a 1/2″ thick steel plate. Shown also is the input valve forthe optional Lower Drip Tube.

If the Lower Drip Tube is not required for ultra-precision Lower Roll application control, then the Pump input is plumbed into the lower tank flange. The overflow then comes out of the higher tank flange, keeping the bottom Roll immersed in liquid. It’s your choice.