Opto Laser Level by TricoThe Opto Laser Level makes Trico’s oiler installation quick, easy and accurate. No measuring, leveling or marking needed. All that is required is the installation of the level and alignment is guaranteed. With the Opto Laser Level the Opto-Matic Oiler is installed in minutes, eliminating installation errors. The Opto Laser Level provides precise, automatic oil level adjustments. It will verify existing oil level set ups and can be used on previously installed or new oilers.

The level is made of sturdy Aluminum Die Cast material with Electrolysis Nickel Plating that can withstand tough industrial environments. Stainless Steel components provide a strong, durable appearance. It also comes in a water-tight, foam-lined hard case for safe storage. An instructional installation video resides on the company’s website at www.tricocorp.com

Trico Corporation is a leader in total lubrication management services and products that focus on increasing industrial asset performance and reliability. The company offers assessments for lubrication management programs, equipment audits, training, and a complete line of high-performance lubrication products. Trico’s mission is to build industrial lubrication customers for life and be the worldwide leader in lubrication management solutions.

CONTACT:
Frances Honeycutt, Marketing Manager
Trico Corporation, 1235 Hickory Street, Pewaukee, WI 53027
262.691.9336, ext. 412, fhoneycutt@tricocorp.com
www.tricocorp.com

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