Lubriquip Offers Literature On Automatic Centralized Lubrication Systems

Lubriquip-Houdaille, Inc., a subsidiary of Houdaille Industries, Inc.

of Cleveland, Ohio, has made available free literature on automatic centralized lubrication systems, pumps, feeders, controllers and accessories for proper and exacting lubrication that is said to reduce friction, wear and downtime.

The publication points out that units of the U.S. Navy have recognized the advantages of installing Lubriquip Centralized Lubrication Systems.

Many land-based applications can also use Lubriquip systems, such as shipyard cranes, antenna pedestals, etc.

For more information on the advantages, benefits and applications of Automatic Centralized Lubrications Systems, Circle 55 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 63,  Dec 1986 Oregon

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