Carbide Reclamation Adds ROI to Central Filtration System

Elk Grove Village, IL. Transor's ONE MICRON FILTRATION (OMF) delivers many
benefits in super finishing, honing and edming, but when used in conjunction with
cutter/tool grinders, end-users have all discovered that reclaiming carbide is a major

With Transor's OMF, instead of, in many cases, shops having to pay for sludge disposal,
the Transor System makes carbide reclamation easy and profitable. The unique,
automatic backflushing in the filter process deposits reclaimable carbide into a
convenient sludge box. At the rising costs of carbide, reclamation can be both a
welcomed ROI factor and positive environmental activity.

Whether customers select a modular system for several cutter/tool grinders, or a
centralized system that can handle an entire plant, Transor's OMF delivers the added
benefit of simple, profitable carbide reclamation.

About Transor Filter

With systems already in over 30 countries, Transor Filter continues to educate those in
the cutting tool industry of the advantages of machining with oil filtered to One Micron. Their patented process promises customer benefits including increased grinding wheel life, improved cycle times, easy reclamation of carbides and increased machine up-time.

Transor Systems range from individual units to cellular central systems for three
machines to complete centralized systems that provide one micron filtered oil
simultaneously to hundreds of machines.

For complete details contact

Transor Filter USA; 1265 Oakton Ave. Elk Grove Village,
IL 60007, 847.640.0273, FAX: 847.640.0793 or email

For Further Information:

Mr. Ken Slauf
Ken Slauf & Associates, Inc.

Irv Kaage
Telephone: 847.640.0273
Fax: 847.640.0793

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