Operational sequence of an Progressive divider valve assembly is defined as „progressive“. The term progressive means that each valve section completes its piston stroke, discharging a measured amount of lubricant to the bearing (or an second divider) it serves before the following valve section operates. As long as lubricant is supplied under pressure to the inlet section of the divider assembly, valve sections will continue to operate in a progressive manner. Divider assemblies always follow a constant discharge pattern. Whenever lubricant flow ceases, the valving pistons will stop. When flow resumes it will start again at the same point in the discharge cycle.
Lubricant: Oil and grease up to NLGI 2