Press Release Summary:
Fluid Extractors/Dispensers are available in 616 and 617 models. Units come with 1.5-liter fluid reservoir, twist-valve and dual-seal piston and are used to transfer fluids. Featuring polymer-based construction and double-seal design, products are equipped with 16 in. hose, integrated stand and twist-valve on the hose end. Model 616 is suitable for fluid transfer from master cylinders, power steering reservoirs, transaxles and cylinders.
Original Press Release:
SKF Offers New Lincoln Fluid Extractors/Dispensers
This product is available for sale in North America and will be stocked in St. Louis, Mo.
SKF today announced the introduction of its Lincoln model 616 and 617 fluid extractors/dispensers. Developed to transfer fluids quickly with no mess, these simple-to-use, syringe-action tools feature a large, 1.5-liter fluid reservoir, twist-valve and dual-seal piston.
Model 616 was developed for vehicle service applications such as fluid transfer from master cylinders, power steering reservoirs, transaxles, coolant reservoirs, diesel fuel filters and cylinders. However, this versatile tool also is suitable for a variety of fluid exchange applications in general industry and marine uses. Model 617 makes quick work of diesel exhaust fluid transfer tasks.
Featuring sturdy, polymer-based construction, the 1.5-liter fluid extractors/dispensers are easy to disassemble and clean. Designed for long service life, the tools have a twist-valve on the hose end to eliminate fluid leaks, and the double-seal design prevents leaks at the piston.
The fully serviceable extractors/dispensers have a rubber grip for operator convenience and an integrated stand to prevent rolling. A clear, 16-inch hose enables the operator to see fluid being transferred, and the cylinder is marked with fluid levels.
Established in 1910, the Lincoln brand is a world leader in the manufacture and sale of lubrication and pumping equipment for industry. Lincoln is managed by the Lubrication Business Unit, which is part of the SKF Group based in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Please forward all reader service inquiries to:
Lincoln Lead Service
10785 Indian Head Industrial Blvd
St. Louis, MO, 63132
Damon C. Hollins
5148 N Hanley Rd.
Saint Louis, MO, 63134