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Nova 125

Perma Nova can be used in all application areas from -20 °C to +60 °C. A discharge period from 1 to 12 months can be entered via the setting button on the Nova control unit. The control unit then calculates the required quantity of gas for constant and reliable discharge while taking into account the ambient temperature. perma Nova consists of a reusable control unit, a NOVA LC filled with grease or oil and a protective cover. NOVA LC is available in 65 cm³ and 125 cm³.

Perma Nova was specifically developed for single-point lubrication of roller and sliding bearings, sliding guides, open gears, gear racks, shaft seals and chains located in areas with considerable temperature variations (e.g. outside installations). The lubrication system is protected against dust and water jets, subject to correct assembly of the individual parts (IP65). Perma Nova with LC 65 cm³ is ideal for the lubrication of electric motors.

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Area of Application

Almost every industry uses a form of blower or fan. Blowers and fans are crucial when it comes down to a smooth operation. They will provide adequate amounts of primary and secondary air. Flue gas fans remove air containing dust, gases and harmful substances. To ensure an always smooth and low maintenance operation, Perma Nova 125 is the perfect lubrication for this field.

Blowers/Fans lubrication points

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Electric motors can be seen used by many industries today to reduce mechenical breakdowns. However efficient lubrication and maintenance are still essential for reliable operation of electric motors. There are electric motors that are lubricated at irregular intervals as they are located in areas which are difficult to reach or dangerous. This is where the Perma Nova 125 performs oustandingly. It prevents damage and breakdowns caused by bearing over-lubrication or lubrication starvation.

Electric motors lubrication points

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