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120 Lubrication Pump


air pressure oil tank technology
smart temperature control sensor applicable to high-cold area
wetting-proof patent technology
the lube in oil tank flows by "FIFO" rule
the baroswitch on air pressure oil tank

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ALP120 series high-pressure lube pump, honored with patent technologies, is applicable to different equipments. In terms of structure, it can be divided into 3 categories, stir bar, spring piston and air pressure type.


  • With an self-designed air pressure oil tank, the lubrication system can pump NLGI-3# lithium grease with good lubrication in the whole year.
  • Innovative smart temperature control sensor makes sure the system is applicable to high-cold area.
  • Wetting-proof patent technology makes sure that the equipment works well in low-lying and waterlogged areas.
  • New-type pump structure guarantee the lube to follow "FIFO" rule, effectively avoiding the deposition and deterioration of lube.
  • The baroswitch of the air pressure oil tank makes it more convenient to refill lube.

Working principle

The motor drives the piston pump to move, which sucks and pumps the lube. Besides, the three different types of lube pumps work differently when they pump the lube to the mouth of the piston pump.

Technical parameter


Model Control mode Working time Nominal flow rate Output pressure Capacity Height Power Grease Temperature
ALP121 External/Internal monitor 0~60min 2~5ml/min 10~35Mpa 12L 380mm 24VDC /30W NLGI-2#、1#、00#、000#



16L 480mm
20L 580mm
24L 680mm
ALP122 External/Internal monitor 0~60min 2~5ml/min 10~35Mpa 12L 820mm 24VDC /30W NLGI-0#、1#、2#



16L 925mm
20L 1030mm
24L 1135mm



AL120 series lubrication pumps have been widely used in various large and medium-sized equipment such as wind power, electricity, mining, metallurgy, heavy machinery, which have a large number of lube points, large quantity of lube and short lubrication cycle.

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