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The dosing control units for contact lubrication consist of the ELS 4000 electronic control unit, a pressure tank and a VBMV oil distribution block.

Depending on the configuration, a pressure tank with 2, 10, 25 or 40-litre capacity is used. In some cases the pressure tanks are equipped with a float switch for filling level monitoring.The oil volume can be variably set via the ELS 4000 electronic control unit.

 

 

Raziol EST-0XX electric control unit with ELS 4000Raziol EST-0XXD (-S) electronic control unit, pressure tankRaziol EST-0XX D.2 (-S) electronic control unit for 2 lubricants

 

  

Electronic control unit with ELS 4000 featuring plastic container

Raziol EST-0XX electric control unit with ELS 4000

The EST-0XX electronic control unit with ELS 4000 consists of the ELS 4000 electronic control unit, a 10-litre plastic container for storing the forming lubricant and an oil distribution block whose shut-off valve is actuated electrically.
The oil volume can be variably set via the ELS 4000 electronic control unit. 
Switching behaviour of the valve on the oil distribution block is determined by a cycle counter switch, a configurable delay time and an adjustable pulse duration.

 EST-0XX electronic control unit with ELS 4000 Variants and characteristics »PDF

 

Electronic control unit with ELS 4000 featuring pressure tank

 

Raziol EST-0XXD (-S) electronic control unit, pressure tank

The EST-0XXD (-SS) electronic control units consist of the ELS 4000 electronic control unit, a pressure tank for storing the forming lubricant and an oil distribution block whose shut-off valve is actuated electrically.
Depending on the configuration, pressure tanks with 2, 10, 25 or 40-litre capacity are used.
In some cases the pressure tanks are equipped with a float switch for filling level monitoring.
The oil volume can be variably set via the ELS 4000 electronic control unit.

 

EST-0XXD (-SS) electronic control unit Variants and characteristics »PDF

 

Electronic control unit in the stand with ELS 4000 featuring pressure tank

Raziol EST-0XX D (-S) electronic control unit in a stand

The EST-0XXD (-SS) electronic control units in the stand consist of the ELS 4000 electronic control unit, a pressure tank for storing the forming lubricant and an oil distribution block as a mobile unit.
Depending on the configuration, pressure tanks with 2 or 10-litre capacity are used.In some cases the pressure tanks are equipped with a float switch for filling level monitoring.The oil volume can be variably set via the ELS 4000 electronic control unit.

 

 EST-0XXD (-SS) electronic control unit in a stand Variants and characteristics »PDF

Electronic control unit with ELS 4000 featuring a pressure tank for 2 lubricants

Raziol EST-0XX D.2 (-S) electronic control unit for 2 lubricants

The EST-0XX D.2 (-SS) electronic control units consist of the ELS 4000 electronic control unit, two separate pressure tanks for storing the forming lubricant, an oil distribution block and a switch with two positions for switching over from tank 1 to tank 2.
Depending on the configuration, pressure tanks with 10, 25, or 40-litre capacity are used. In some cases the pressure tanks are equipped with a float switch for filling level monitoring.The oil volume can be variably set via the ELS 4000 electronic control unit.

 

EST-0XX D.2 (-SS) electronic control unit  Variants and characteristics »PDF

 

Electronic control unit with EBAD 4000 featuring pressure tank

Raziol Elektronische Steuerung EBAD 4000 0XX-D VBMV-2

The EBAD-4000 0XX-D VBMV-2 dosing control units for contact lubrication consist of the EBAD-4000 electronic control unit, a pressure tank and a VBMV oil distribution block.Depending on the configuration, a pressure tank with 2, 10, 25 or 40-litre capacity is used. Optionally the pressure tanks can be equipped with a float switch for filling level monitoring. The oil volume can be variably set via the EBAD-4000 electronic control unit.

 

EBAD-4000 0XX-D VBMV-2 dosing control unit Variants and characteristics »PDF