Pressurized Distributor consists of distributor body, valve mushroom, pistons, center port, return spring, fuel discharge port, jointing and others. While the pump module pressurize the mainline, pressure build-up from a pressurization distributer forces a piston forward, and delivers a preset volumes of grease to each lube points. The discharge pressure can be up to 2.5 MPa.
At freezing temperatures, discharge pressure will be improved as the temperate drop in order to make grease conveyed to friction pairs. When the pump module is de-energized, the internal vent vents, and the injectors can prime themselves in preparation for the next cycle. According to the volumes of grease that friction pairs require, pressurization distributers are available in three discharge volumes:0.1ml,0.2ml and 0.4 ml per pump cycle.
- Stable performance and convenient maintenance.
- Furthermore each lubrication branch in one distributor group works independently and each other is not affected.