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Eriez® Offers Four Hydroflow® Models of Self-Contained Coolant Recycling Systems

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Eriez Magnetics

2200 Asbury Rd., Erie, PA, 16506, USA

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Eriez® Offers Four Hydroflow® Models of Self-Contained Coolant Recycling Systems

Press release date: September 26, 2012

Erie, PA - The Eriez® Hydroflow® line of Coolant Recycling Systems (CRS) can recycle any water-miscible fluid to its maximum potential, minimize or eliminate disposal and reduce usage of the fluid concentrate. The four models available in the Eriez CRS line all help to improve plant productivity and profitability.

Systems ranging from small to large feature low maintenance, unattended operation and fast return on investment. Coolant Recycling System features and options include:

- Separate dirty and clean tanks
- Automatic proportioned mixer-coolant make-up and control
- Coalescer oil removal device to eliminate free-floating non-emulsified tramp oil or liquid-from-liquid high speed centrifuge to clean coolant to < 0.5%="" of="" emulsified="" tramp="" oils="" and="" 2-5="" microns="" of="" particulate="">

Optional
- Pure water sources - reverse osmosis systems or deionization systems
- Charger tank sizes
- Clean coolant distribution pump systems

The four models of Eriez Hydroflow Coolant Recycling Systems include the following:

CRS 120SS is designed for plants operating with one coolant and total coolant sump capacity not exceeding 2,500 US gallons (9,300 liters). This model features side-by-side 120-gallon (455 liter) dirty coolant tank and 160-gallon (600 liter) clean coolant tank. The Coalescer removes tramp oil at the rate of two gallons per minute (7.5 liters per minute). High-speed centrifuge is optional.

CRS 120ST is also built for plants operating with one coolant and total coolant sump capacity not exceeding 2,500 US gallons (9,300 liters). This model features a stacked 120-gallon (455 liter) dirty coolant tank and 160-gallon (600 liter) clean coolant tank. The true high-speed centrifuge requires only one pass through the system to remove tramp oils, particulate matter and a substantial portion of the bacterial population. Cleaning the fluid to this degree eliminates the need for expensive, energy-intensive coolant pasteurization.

CRS300SS is a complete, full capability single product coolant recycling system for medium-to-large metalworking plants with recycling with up to 10,000 gallons (37,854 liters) of total sump capacity. This unit features a 300-gallon (1,140 liter) dirty coolant tank and 450-gallon (1,700 liter) clean coolant tank. The true high-speed centrifuge requires only one pass through the system to remove tramp oils, particulate matter and a substantial portion of the bacterial population.

CRS 300ST is designed for plants operating with one coolant and total sump capacities not exceeding 5,000 U.S. gallons (18,900 liters). This model features a stacked 300-gallon (1,140 liter) dirty coolant tank and 450-gallon (1,700 liter) clean coolant tank. An optional dual product design, referred to as the CRS 200/200 ST, features two dirty and two clean tanks for facilities using two different metalworking fluids.

For more information, visit www.eriez.com/Products/eriezfluidrecyclingequipment/crs1250ss/.

Eriez is recognized as world authority in advanced technology for magnetic, vibratory and inspection applications. The company's magnetic lift and separation, metal detection, x-ray, materials feeding, screening, conveying and controlling equipment have application in the process, metalworking, packaging, plastics, rubber, recycling, mining, aggregate and textile industries. Eriez manufactures and markets these products through 12 international facilities located on six continents. For more information, call toll-free (888) 300-ERIEZ (3743) within the U.S. and Canada. For online users, visit www.eriez.com or send email to eriez@eriez.com. Eriez World Headquarters is located at 2200 Asbury Road, Erie, PA 16506.

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