FLO Components to show automatic lubrication system telematics at NHES 2022
According to FLO, most Automatic Lubrication Systems (ALS) fail due to the pump reservoir running empty with nobody noticing, creating the potential for bearing damage. FLOlink sends operators email alerts when the grease reservoir is low or if the Autogreaser fails.
"We recognized that there was a need in the industry for more data with respect to ALS low lube levels and lube failures. We wanted to give customers' key personnel direct wireless data access to ALS on specific machines. We wanted them to have access to independent ALS specific data that isn't buried in massive machine reports generated by the machine's regular telematics," said Gabriel Lopez, FLO's marketing specialist
According to FLO, FLOlink users can more effectively manage and reduce refill service visits and reduce costs by receiving real-time alerts when lubricant is low or the system is at fault before it becomes a problem.
Lopez says FLO customers now have "remote, real-time, up-to-the-minute status monitoring of any number of systems with FLOlink installed. This enables customers at any time, to check where each machine is, its current ALS status, its status history and more. Best of all, it will operate with most brands of Autogreasers, not just FLO's".
According to Gabriel Lopez, the Lincoln PowerLuber has an LCD screen that displays statistics like the amount of grease used, the amount of grease left available, and if there are any blocked fittings.
Visitors at the FLO Components booth at the National Heavy Equipment Show 2022 can complete an entry form to win a Lincoln PowerLuber. The contest winner will be selected by a random draw from among all eligible entries on April 1 at the FLO Booth.