SKF Lincoln launches smart compact lubrication pumps series
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SKF Lincoln launches smart compact lubrication pumps series

SKF Lincoln announced the launch of its latest innovation in lubrication technology, the CLP Smart Series pumps. These state-of-the-art compact lubrication pumps come with the added convenience of wireless control, monitoring, and configuration through the SKF eLube app, making them a perfect fit for small, progressive lubrication systems.

Designed with mobility and industrial applications in mind, the CLP Smart Series pumps are not only compact and lightweight but also robust and reliable. Suitable for grease applications, these pumps feature a follower plate to guarantee a consistent grease flow. Users will appreciate the ease of refilling through a standard grease nipple and the straightforward monitoring of fill levels.

Equipped with versatile operation modes including time, counter, and progressive cycle control, the CLP Smart pumps cater to a wide range of lubrication needs, ensuring optimal application-specific performance. The integration with SKF’s eLube app allows for seamless management of lubrication tasks directly from your smartphone, enhancing efficiency and safety while minimizing downtime.

Jordan Butler, product line manager at SKF Lincoln, highlighted the user-focused design of the pumps, stating, “Our CLP Smart pumps are engineered to prioritize performance, user convenience, efficiency, and safety. With the eLube App, users gain immediate access to essential pump information and can quickly resolve issues like blockages or low lubricant levels.”

The CLP Smart Series is available in pre-defined packages, with options ranging from 12V to 24V to suit both mobile and industrial applications.

These innovative pumps are now available for purchase through SKF Lincoln dealers worldwide.

About SKF

SKF stands at the forefront of global industry, offering pioneering solutions that enhance competitiveness and sustainability. Its comprehensive portfolio includes bearings, seals, lubrication management, condition monitoring, and services. Since its founding in 1907, SKF has grown to serve approximately 129 countries, with more than 17,000 distributor locations globally.