Mecgi | Services and products for lubrication

Welcome to Mecgi, a leader in the development of centralised lubrication and automatic greasing systems


We design turnkey centralised lubrication systems and automatic greasing systems for all fields, but also have consolidated experience in adapting existing lubrication systems, revamping and developing centralised lubrication systems in accordance with client specifications. Our technical consultants are able to assist your technical and maintenance staff in selecting the best solution, able to satisfy your needs. Of course, Mecgi has cad workstations to complete, edit and design your layouts, offering an additional invaluable service for the development of centralised lubrication systems.


Since 1987, Mecgi has been a point of reference for centralised lubrication systems thanks to its timely After-Sales Service. Our centralised lubrication systems and automatic greasing systems are efficient and do not require any special maintenance, but Mecgi is always available for all client needs:

  • Monitoring of lubrication system operation and correct use
  • Support to Maintenance department
  • Supply of spare parts subject to normal wear and tear
  • Training
  • Supply of oil and lubricants
  • I.L.C. spare parts and other Mecgi and non-MECGI products 



For those clients that need to manage obsolete systems or plan to implement a revamping project or install new centralised grease lubrication systems, centralised oil lubrication systems or centralised air-oil lubrication systems, MECGI is the ideal partner, able to offer a complete service in the field of centralised lubrication, whether for:
  • Turnkey solutions
  • Revamping of existing systems
  • Shadowing of Technical Staff for design
  • Support to your Maintenance department
  • Supply of components
  • After-Sales Assistance for our systems
  • Supply of oil and lubricants
  • I.L.C. spare parts and other MECGI and non-MECGI products



In addition to being a partner and Multi-brand distributor lubrication systems, we also supply:

  • Assembly kits in line with client needs
  • Oil lubrication control units for rolling mills
  • Chain lubrication control units
  • Personalised control units


A worldwide company set apart by the high performance and quality of its products. The main feature distinguishing I.L.C. products is the concept of modularity applied in its range of lubrication systems. The main advantages of this choice are:

  • Manoeuvrability
  • Possibility for expansion
  • Longer durability
  • Simplicity of maintenance and operations
  • Reduction in the cost and number of spare parts
  • Elimination of connecting tubes with subsequent reduction in possible lubricant leaks
  • Flexibility/interchangeability
All specifications of the various system types can be found in the I.L.C. catalogue. Our company has a large warehouse of I.L.C. components, guaranteeing clients first-rate service and timely deliveries. We can also provide technical information, recommendations and suggestions. I.L.C. offers the reliability of technical assistance  with ISO 9001 certification.

Oil circulation

The concept of circulation implies a continuous flow of oil right up to the lubrication point. The oil is collected in dedicated containers, whence it is directed into a tank, which then places it back into circulation, re-delivering it to the lubrication point. The pumping station is equipped with dedicated oil cooling and heating devices in order to keep the lubricant at its ideal temperature.
In oil circulation systems, a constant quantity of oil fills the housing of each bearing, while the rapid exchange of lubricant cools the surface, thus increasing the speed of production.

Total loss oiling lubrication

Total loss oiling lubrication creates and maintains a thin layer of lubricant, which envelops the moving parts. The latter are thus lubricated and cooled by an automatic system at regular intervals.   


Grease lubrication

we offers a complete range of equipment for grease lubrication and complete system monitoring. All types of grease applications can be designed and developed with a guarantee of reliability and efficiency thanks to the broad range of ready-to-deliver pumps, as well as the possibility for customisation to satisfy the most varying needs.


Dry machining or minimum quantity lubrication

The aim of dry machining is to replace traditional cooling or neat cutting oil systems with a flow of compressed air, thus generating a very thin layer of “mist”, which is conveyed through the spindle and cooling channels of the tool directly to the cutting point. This guarantees linear lubrication and high machining performance.


Two minimum quantity lubrication systems

The minimum quantity lubrication system can be used in two ways:

  • external lubrication (the air-oil mix reaches the surface through a nozzle)
  • internal lubrication or "tool-conveyed" (the air-oil mix - particles less than one micron - passes through the spindle and cooling channels of the tool and is delivered directly to the cutting zone). 

Advantages of minimum quantity lubrication

  • Reduces machining time by 25% to 80%.
  • Improved finish and piece tolerance.
  • The machined piece is covered by a layer of oil to prevent rust.
  • Significantly reduced water and oil consumption.
  • No need for complex regulations, thus saving time with the MKD-DUAL micro-mist self-adaptive system.
  • Eliminates costs incurred by high pressure with pumping and filtration system.
  • Extended durability of tool and increased productivity.

Progressive systems

A progressive and centralised lubrication system uses dosing units that distribute predefined quantities of lubricant to a certain number of elements. This occurs thanks to the action of a series of pilot pistons in interdependent succession. A progressive system is equipped with a pump, progressive divider valves and a control unit. The pump pushes a certain quantity of lubricant, which the progressive divider valves then split and send to the elements needing lubrication. Dosing occurs through the pistons, which only discharge the lubricant once the previous piston has already discharged.

Characteristics of progressive system

The progressive modular system offers a series of advantages including design, making the most of its flexibility and allowing low maintenance costs. The progressive system is mainly used for grease lubrication, but also for circulating oil lubrication. 
The progressive system is designed to be used in separate zones where conditions are irregular, thus optimising lubrication of the machine or large system.
Applicable variables include the volume and frequency of grease required in each point, the number of points, management conditions and pump pressure.
The operation of a progressive system can be carefully monitored and controlled using special electric devices. These devices can be quickly programmed through the special transmission of infra-red waves. The Progressive system dosing Units are also available in a 316 stainless steel version.  



  • Can be used at high pressure
  • Easy expansion or modification of System
  • Modularity that also allows the rapid switching of elements, whether for modifications or replacements, without interrupting the distribution of the lubricant.

Typical applications:
  • Machine tools even on medium-sized systems
  • Transfer lines
  • Small-medium grease lubrication machines
  • Cement platforms, mining platforms, onshore and offshore platforms
  • Paper mills

Dual-Line System

The Dual-Line system has two main lines that are alternately operated by way of a valve.
A lubrication cycle is completed when both main lines are alternately pressurised and depressurised.
It is a parallel-type system and each dual-line valve works independently of the others in the system.


Characteristics of Dual-Line system

Dropsa allows a broad range of different configurations and allows the expansion of the entire system. Elements can be replaced during maintenance operations without needing to dismount the tubes. Typical applications include heavy-duty industrial machinery, for example in large steel mills. Distinctive features include simplicity and reliability even in particularly harsh environmental conditions. If a lubrication point is blocked or cannot be sufficiently lubricated, the rest of the system will not be affected and will continue to operate as normal. Dual-Line systems are often more than 60 metres long.


  • Use of system even at high pressure (500 Bar / 7000 psi)
  • Possibility for easy modification and expansion of system
  • The modular Dual-Line system allows faultyelements to be replaced quickly without interruptions to the work of the tube.
  • Even when there is a blockage on an element, the rest of the system is not affected and continues to operate as normal, guaranteeing lubrication.

Typical applications:

  • Paper mills
  • Iron and steel machine shops
  • Cement plants
  • Platforms
  • Large cranes and loading equipment