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Divider Valve Operation

At the heart of every Quicklub System is the metering valve or progressive distributor block, designed to positively meter the input of lubricant (oil up to NLGI #2 greases) out to the connected number of lubrication points irrespective of distance and back pressure. The inlet passageway is connected to all piston chambers at all times with only one piston free to move at any one time. With all pistons at the far right, lubricant from the inlet flows against the right end of piston A (fig. 1). Lubricant flow shifts piston A from right to left, dispensing piston A output through connecting passages to outlet 2. Piston A shift directs flow against right side of piston B (fig. 2). Lubricant flow shifts piston B from right to left, dispensing piston B output through valve ports of piston A and through outlet 7 (fig. 3). Lubricant flow shifts piston C from right to left dispensing piston C output through valve ports of piston B and through outlet 5. Piston C shift directs lubricant flow against right side of piston D (not illus.) Lubricant flow shifts piston D from right to left, dispensing piston D output through valve ports of piston C and through outlet 3. Piston D shift directs lubricant through connecting passage to the left side of piston A (fig. 4). Lubricant flow against left side of piston A begins the second half cycle which shifts pistons from left to right, dispensing lubricant through outlets 1, 8, 6 and 4 of the divider valve. Cross-porting (Divider Valve) Installing a closure plug in one or more outlets may combine outputs from adjacent outlets. Lubricant from a plugged outlet is redirected to the next adjacent outlet in descending numerical order. Outlets 1 and 2 must not be plugged since they have no cross-port

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