The HYDEN500 is a heavy-duty hydraulic powered grease pump which forms the
backbone of an ‘Easilube’ automatic lubrication system. It has a maximum
displacement of 50-cc and works on a ratio of 2:1 so that the grease pressure
achieved is twice the hydraulic pressure supply.

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The HYDEN500 is a heavy-duty hydraulic powered grease pump which forms the
backbone of an ‘Easilube’ automatic lubrication system. It has a maximum
displacement of 50-cc and works on a ratio of 2:1 so that the grease pressure
achieved is twice the hydraulic pressure supply (capped by the Pressure Reducer
setting, refer to section 2.1).
The pump functions as a ‘single-shot’ pump so that the quantity of grease
delivered is dependent on the number of pump cycles and the quantity and
settings of the distribution valves. The cycle rate of the pump is determined by the
timing control method (refer to section 2.1).

The HYDEN500 Grease Pump benefits from the following features:
* Rugged design making it suitable for use in harsh conditions.
* Utilization of hydraulic pressure to function, not requiring electric power source.
* Direct adaptation to compatible ‘Easilube’ grease reservoirs.
* Easily tuneable grease output and various methods of pump timing.

Options
* Pressure reducing valve: protects the pump and grease system from overpressurising.
Available set at 1200-psi (for 2400-psi grease pressure) and the
most common setting of 1500-psi (for 3000-psi grease pressure).
* Pump timing: three basic control configurations are available for the control of
the pump cycles (refer to section 2.1 for details).
* Grease reservoirs: a range of grease reservoirs are available that adapt
directly to the HYDEN500 grease pump and can be ordered as a complete
‘HYDEN500’ assembly. These reservoirs can be fitted with the further options of
grease filtration, over-fill protection, venting and low level warnings (see respective
reservoir manuals for further information).

Warning system: a system compromising of a pressure switch with a timer
provides an audible and/or visible warning when the grease pressure fails to rise
within a set period. The main application is to systems where the grease usage
rate varies considerably and a regular routine for cartridge replacement or
reservoir re-fill cannot be established. Low level sensing (electric or pneumatic)
provides warning that the cartridge or reservoir is close to empty.