Master Pneumatic Multiple Point Lubricators - MPL Flu-Tech Thailand



SERV-OIL is the most advanced system for the precision lubrication of pneumatic equipment. It has been used for over thirty years to provide lubrication to all kinds of pneumatic equipment and various fixtures, bearings, slides, and ways. It overcomes the control problems that can be encountered with conventional mist lubricators. It also ensures proper lubrication of pneumatic components in complex circuits, and accurately delivers lubricant to points at a long distance from the lubricator.

Positive-displacement oil injectors, called Servo-Meters, are the heart of SERV-OIL equipment. They put pre- determined, precise amounts of oil right at the points where lubrication is needed. By comparison, mist lubricators lack the precision and control of a SERV-OIL system. Extensive tests have shown that when a conventional mist lubricator is installed upstream of a control valve, much of the oil dispensed by the lubricator is exhausted to atmosphere through the exhaust port of the control valve. This is inefficient, and also contributes significantly to pollution of plant air.

With SERV-OIL equipment the amount of oil used is greatly reduced and lubrication is more effective because of the accuracy with which the oil is delivered. Briefly: SERV-OIL lubricates the component, not the area!

Servo-Meter- Key Element in SERV-OIL Equipment Master Pneumatic Thailand Flu-Tech

Servo-Meter: Key Element in SERV-OIL Equipment

  • Output adjustable in small increments.
  • Actuated by air pulse (60 psig minimum).
  • Choice of 3 output ratings: 1/2, 1 or 2 drops.
  • Servo-Meters easily added or removed from multiple-unit assemblies.
  • Positive displacement metering ensures precise oil delivery with each actuation.
  • Modular assembly allows up to 10 Servo-Meters to be built into a single assembly.


If any ONE of the following statements describes a situation in your plant, you can reap long-term dividends by the use of SERV-OIL equipment:

  • The appearance of fog or mist lubrication is a hazard in our plant.
  • Torque control in our air tools is variable and doesn’t meet our requirements.
  • Air cylinders in our plant become sluggish because of varnish or other contaminants.
  • Over-lubrication costs us money because of the stringent requirements for disposing of used lubricants.
  • We repair air tools because the vanes are worn and the cylinders and rotors are scored due to insufficient lubrication.
  • We set pressure regulators higher than the work requires just to overcome stiction in valves, cylinders, or other air components.

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  • If one pump fails in our lubrication system, the performance of other pumps is adversely affected.
  • We use flood coolants to lubricate taps and drills. The cost and environmental impact of this have not been considered.
  • It would be to our advantage to know exactly what lubrication is being provided, and when to fill our lubricator reservoirs.
  • Sometimes lubricators are turned off, or the lubrication adjustments have been tampered with by unauthorized personnel. Such tampering removes lubrication control from the proper hands.
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