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Additional die lube availability.

The Low Volume Spray System--LVSS--is designed for metalforming die lubrication. The LVSS can lubricate parts and tooling with unique requirements or those needing more lube than the coil stock lubrication process provides. The scalable, programmable system provides control of air and fluid applied to metalforming dies. The SPR 2000 Programmable Lubrication Station is used to control the sequencing, duration, and frequency of nozzle actuation for the LVSS. The system can be programmed with up to 250 job setups. Fluid and air volumes are managed using separate needle valves located on the nozzle, providing control to direct the right amount of fluid to the desired surface. Unist

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Publication:Modern Applications News
Date:May 1, 2007
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