RELUBRICATION

FREQUENCY

QUICK TOOL

More often than not, a motor's failure can be linked to damaged bearings. At time this can be the result of excessive wear or improper lubrication.


Making sure your equipment is serviced regularly is key to preventing unscheduled downtime. Not only making sure that your relubricate frequently enough, ensuring that you are not applying grease too often can be just as important.


Because of this the team at Ace have compiled this quick web tool. Providing your staff the ability to quickly check the recommended lubrication frequency for your motor based on RPM, Frame Size, Horsepower and Service Type.


FRAME SIZE IN ACCORANCE WITH NEMA STANDARDS

LUBRICATION INTERVALS MAY VARY WITH INDIVIDUAL MOTORS & SEVERITY OF DUTY. REFER TO MOTOR MANUFACTURER MANUALS FOR RECOMMENDED INTERVALS AS WELL


3600 RPM

Manufacturer recommendations may vary for lubrication amount. Though a general guideline is:

IN³=0.11 x Bearing Outside Diameter x Bearing Width

Fl Oz=0.0048 x Bearing Outside Diameter x Bearing Width

1800 RPM

Manufacturer recommendations may vary for lubrication amount. Though a general guideline is:

IN³=0.11 x Bearing Outside Diameter x Bearing Width

Fl Oz=0.0048 x Bearing Outside Diameter x Bearing Width

1200 RPM

Manufacturer recommendations may vary for lubrication amount. Though a general guideline is:

IN³=0.11 x Bearing Outside Diameter x Bearing Width

Fl Oz=0.0048 x Bearing Outside Diameter x Bearing Width

900 RPM

Manufacturer recommendations may vary for lubrication amount. Though a general guideline is:

IN³=0.11 x Bearing Outside Diameter x Bearing Width

Fl Oz=0.0048 x Bearing Outside Diameter x Bearing Width

Send Me My Grease Guide!

While you might enjoy this web tool, we've also compiled a quick chart for your reference.


As an added bonus, you'll also find our grease lubrication compatibility chart.


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