Automatic Chain Oiler- How It Works

Automatic Chain Oiler- How Ours Works

The Motobriiz automatic chain oiler is powered by the wind. You lubricate your chain simply by twisting the throttle and enjoying the ride. No electrical power or connection to any motorcycle system is required. There are no moving parts to wear out.


Motobriiz Automatic Chain Oiler Visualization


Motobriiz Automatic Chain Oiler Lab Demo

Wind is collected by the inlet tube to pressurize the reservoir. The oil flows through the outlet, which is located higher than the natural level.

The oil is delivered through an optimized flow restriction device to your chain. Oil does not fill the discharge tube. It simply trickles down the walls of the tubing at a very controlled rate while your motorcycle is moving.

The oil flows directly into an applicator.  A thin film of oil is transferred directly to the inside radius of your chain.

No adjustments are required. The the flow naturally changes with the speed of your motorcycle.

Motobriiz Automatic Chain Oiler- How it works

If there is wind in your face, oil is on your chain


Centrifugal force propels the oil film outward to lubricate the entire chain. Excess lubricant and dirt depart the chain on a trip around the sprockets.  Your chain is continuously lubricated and stays clean much longer.

When you slow to a stop, the air pressure slowly bleeds off through the inlet tube. The outlet of the reservoir is above the natural oil level. This causes the flow to stop.

The oil on the discharge tube walls flows into the applicator after the motorcycle is parked. The rest of the oil stays in the reservoir and is ready for the next ride. Natural automation with no moving parts.

The Motobriiz motorcycle chain oiler is a very simple device. It will provide many years of trouble-free service to your chain. Enjoy the ride!


“Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity.”  Charles Mingus

Motobriiz Automatic Chain Oiler- How It Works

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