Lincoln Lubrication Systems
Complete Fire Protection is an authorized Lincoln distributor specializing in Service and Installation of Lincoln lubrication systems.
Whatever the service - evaluating your lubrication methods, installing a custom-engineered system or supplying top-quality manual lubrication products - We make certain you always get the very best value.
Calculate the return on your investment
Approximate annual costs to manually lubricate a mid-size loader in a typical work environment. Your anticipated benefits can be calculated using the same formula for lost labor, production, and annual costs to repair failed component
- $3,125 for 30 minutes per 8-hour shift X $25/hour X 250 days (labor)
- $10,625 for 30 minutes per 8-hour shift X $85/hour X 250 days (production)
- $1,000 for replacement of pins and bushings 2 pins X $500 each
- $720 for One person X $60 X 2 repairs X 6 hours each (repair labor)
- $1,020 for 2 repairs X $85/hour X 6 hours each (lost production)
Annual Manual Lubrication Cost $16,490
Estimated savings with a Lincoln Quicklub Automatic Lubrication System
- $13,063 saved due to a 95% reduction in spending for labor and lost production with auto-lubrication
- $1,370 saved due to a 50% reduction in spending for parts, labor and lost production to repair failed components
$7,600 for a typical installed Quicklub System cost for a loader with Data Logger Pump.
6.3 months return on investment
System cost / Annual Savings X 12 months = R.O.I
$7,600 / $14,433 X 12 = 6.3
Benefits From Automatic Lubrication
- Gain 30 to 45 minutes a day of increased productivity for each machine by lubricating 'on the fly'.
- Substantially improve bearing life and reduce repairs by delivering frequent, smaller amounts of grease to each bearing.
- Cut grease consumption by delivering exact amount required.
- Improve safety by eliminating the daily practice of climbing all over machinery to lubricate.
- Proper lubrication no matter the environment or weather conditions.
- Increase resale value of equipment.
The Cost of Improper Lubrication
- Increased spending for repairs and parts.
- Lost production due to daily manual lubridation and unexpected repairs.
- Contamination- wearing down the pins, bushings and other components.
- Lower resale value for used equipment.
- Waste of lubrication caused by excess lubrication.