Regardless of size, fleet managers will tell you that efficiency is their top priority when it comes to utilization. Service intervals and operational costs are necessary considerations; but, in a competitive market, stretching your dollars in order to lower overall operational expenses is imperative.
Thus begins a delicate balancing act: how do you acquire the best bang for your buck while ensuring that your fleet is well maintained so as to avoid unexpected, not to mention costly, breakdowns?
The answer? Automated lubrication.
Though they are available in multiple versions, the 4 most common types of automated lubrication systems (sometimes known as a centralized lubrication system) are:
Although brand names and manufacturers vary, there are five main components shared by all automatic lubrication systems, including:
While each component may seem relatively simple individually, working together, they are often responsible for save a fleet manager endless time and dollars that are now free to be spent on the cost of everyday operations. For more information on how an automated lubrication system can change your business, contact us today.