New Technology Helps Businesses Save Money From Wear Damage Due to Poor Lubrication

Pneumatic FRL Type Machine Lubricator Could Provide Savings Amounting to 6-7 Percent of GDP
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July 20, 2012 - PRLog -- POTTSTOWN, Pa. – Eliminating downtime and costly repairs due to wear are the goals of any manufacturing equipment owner. But innovative inventor Bruce W. Sunderland has invented a device that will not only save money for individual business owners, but also has the possibility to dramatically save the nation $980 billion – or six to seven percent of GDP.

“I am in the process of developing a pneumatic FRL type machine lubricator that makes it possible to detect, monitor and control each and every drop of oil dispensed into the airstream of a machine using compressed air,” Sunderland said. “There should be a residual savings of energy as well due to less air loss from reduction of seal wear and constant lubrication.”

The innovative device, which is currently in the prototype stage, will have a dramatic impact on the entire manufacturing industry across the country.

“It has the potential to impact all of industry since it is difficult to manufacture any product in quantity without using various machines that use compressed air,” Sunderland said. “It should reduce downtime and increase throughput due to extended life of all pneumatic machine components including air solenoids, cylinders and air motors.”

According to experts, more than 90 percent of cylinder problems are due to seal wear. This puts a strain on the efficiency of the machine and the entire plant due to loss of speed and power. The new technology will reduce this seal wear and improve overall efficiency in the manufacturing cycle.

“This new technology could save major manufacturers, such as automobile plants, millions of dollars in lost productivity,” Sunderland said. “This could improve the efficiency of the plant and help companies employ more workers and improve profits. The impact nationwide could be dramatic.”

For more information about the new pneumatic technology developed by Bruce W. Sunderland, please call 610-340-4637.


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