Process fluids used in the metalworking industry are varied but all have one thing in common, they become contaminated in use from the metalworking process. Keeping them clean maintains performance and extends fluid life, saving money. Examples and case studies are detailed here to help guide you to the best solution for your filtration process fluid management issues. Equipment ranges from a large central coolant management system looking after multiple machine tools to standalone filtration systems for the smallest cutting or grinding machine.
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Water Mix Cutting Fluids
Cutting Fluids are emulsions of water and oil which can become contaminated from the machining process. Keeping them clean will pay dividends.
Neat Grinding Oils
Used where lubrication is important to prevent wheel failure. Often used for high stock removal, good filtration is needed to maintain wheel life and component surface finish.
Water Mix Grinding Fluids
Grinding Fluids need to be free from particulates to provide a perfect surface finish. Consumable free filtration systems offer many cost saving benefits.
Hard Metal Grinding Fluid
Carbide grinding fines are not only difficult to separate but the waste generated has a high recycling value. We have a perfect media free separator for the process.
Neat Cutting Oils
Used where lubrication is more important than cooling, neat oils are ideal candidates for media free filtration. Central systems or stand alone are discussed.
Used where ultra-fine surface finish is of prime importance. By definition waste particle sizes are small so can be returned in the clean fluid feed which is unacceptable.