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Centrifuge removes grinding solids from coolant and oil.
Press Release Summary:
December 22, 2004 - Turbo-Separator T18-2 automatic solids discharging centrifuge recycles grinding and polishing fluids by removing 1-10 micron particles entrained in fluids. With process rate of up to 40 gpm, system has solids removal rate of up to 20 gal of sludge or swarf per shift and works with single CNC or in-line with central manufacturing cell. Features include automatic controls, digital interface, and sensors for monitoring operating parameters.
Original Press Release
Automatic Centrifuge Removes Grinding Solids from Coolants or Oils
Press release date: December 22, 2004
The Turbo-Separator T18-2 is a versatile automatic solids discharging centrifuge that recycles grinding and polishing fluids by removing the 1 - 10 micron particles entrained in the fluid. The centrifuge has a process rate of up to 40 GPM with a solids removal rate of up to 20 gallons of sludge or swarf per shift. Systems are designed for use with a single CNC or in-line with a large central manufacturing cell. Automatic controls sequence the process and allow unattended operation. The discharged centrifuged solids are dry due to a unique bowl design and high rotational speeds. The T18-2 is PLC controlled and includes an easy to use digital interface and sensors for monitoring operating parameters including bearing wear, centrifuge speed and sludge discharge.
Turbo-Separators are in use world-wide recycling oils, coolants and parts washer fluids. Systems typically provide a payback of under two years. In addition, Turbo-Separators have provided important productivity benefits, including improved product finish, increased tool efficiency and less maintenance in the machine tool.
Sanborn Technologies offers the Turbo-Separator for industrial fluid purification. The company specializes in providing recycling and waste minimization systems for metalworking manufacturers. A complete line of pilot plant equipment is available.
For more information contact: Steven Friedman at 1-508-660-9150 ext. 3112, or Email at firstname.lastname@example.org.