Norgren Excelon® Compressed Air LubricatorsNorgren Excelon® Compressed Air Lubricators for use with air tools and pneumatic devices
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- In-Line or Modular Installation
- Quick Release Bayonet Bowl
- Flow Sensor Provides a Nearly Constant Oil/Air Ratio Over a Wide Range of Flows
- Highly Visible, Prismatic Liquid Level Indicator Lens on Metal Bowls
- All Round (360°) Visibility of Sight-Feed Dome for Ease of Drip Rate Setting
- Micro-Fog and Oil-Fog
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The L73M Series Air Line Lubricators are designed for use as a single in-line unit or as part of Norgren's Excelon® modular compressed air preparation supply system. As a modular component, this pneumatic lubricator can quickly be attached to air regulators, filters, smooth start / exhaust valves, safety lockout valves and pipe adapters. With our Quickclamp® and Quickclamp® and wall bracket accessories, a complete compressed air supply system can be assembled and mounted in minutes.
The L73M Lubricators come in Micro-Fog models for pneumatic applications containing one or more points of lubrication. Uses include lubrication of cylinders and air driven devices like air line tools or pneumatic screwdrivers.
Fluid: Compressed air
Maximum Pressure: 300 psig (20 bar)
Operating Temperature*: -34 to 80°C (-30 to 175°F)
Typical Flow with 150 psig (10 bar) Inlet Pressure, 90 psig (6.3 bar) Set Pressure and 15 psig (1 bar) Drop From Set: 144 scfm (68dm3/s)
Transparent Bowl: polycarbonate
Guarded Transparent Bowl: Polycarbonate with steel guard
Metal Bowl: Aluminum
Liquid Level Indicator Lens (Metal Bowl): Transparent nylon (Pyrex® optional)
Sight-Feed Dome: Transparent nylon
Elastomers: Neoprene and nitrile
* Air supply must be dry enough to avoid ice formation at temperatures below 2°C (35°F).