Ultraprobe® 401 Digital Grease Caddy Pro

grease caddy on gun







Manage Your Lubrication Program:
Prevent over/under lubrication and more.

The Ultraprobe 401 Digital Grease Caddy provides all the data you’ll need to optimize your lubrication program. Whichever lubrication method you may use; time-based/preventive lubrication or condition based lubrication, you’ll find the Ultraprobe 401 system is essential to your program. View a video highlighting the UP 401.

The perfect blending of advanced digital technology and data management software provides the ability to review your total lubrication practice, trend successes, note warning signs, issue reports and have the ability to continually improve your program. Here’s a small sampling of some of the important data you’ll be able to review:

  • Bearing housing lubrication capacity
  • Type of grease used
  • Baseline dB levels
  • dB levels before applying grease
  • dB levels after applying grease
  • dB levels after applying grease
  • amount of strokes of the grease gun used to apply grease
  • cost of grease
  • cost analysis
  • trend bearing condition

The more you know about this unique product, the more you’ll appreciate its capabilities. This isn’t just a lubrication application device; it’s a complete lubrication management system. No other lubrication product does as much.


The key features of the Ultraprobe 401 Digital Grease Caddy Pro that set this product apart from any other lubrication product are:

  • Route based data collection
  • Provides baseline data on screen
  • Can view and store decibel level before lubricating
  • Can enter decibel level after lubrication
  • Can enter number of strokes used to apply grease
  • Provides measurement of amount of grease used per bearing
  • Report enables review of amount of grease used
  • Provides cost analysis of amount of grease used

View webinar recording on how this new Digital Grease Caddy will improve your lubrication program.”

View video “How to Reduce Bearing Failure”.

View a Fun video “The History of Done”.














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