Press Release Summary:
Comprised of magnetic separator and mesh socks assembly, MSK Combo removes particles or byproducts generated by materials such as High Speed Steel, hardened steel, or stainless steel before introduction to Transor Filter Systems featuring One Micron Filtration. Magnetic separator removes majority of material in oil entering from machine during first stage, and extended mesh socks further strains oil when it flows from separator to Transor in second stage.
Original Press Release:
Transor Filter Introduces New Powerful Pre-Filter for Magnetic Materials
Elk Grove Village, IL.... To address applications involving magnetic materials or those with heavy stock removal, TRANSOR FILTER USA will introduce the new MSK Combo at IMTS 2008. The MSK Combo consists of a powerful magnetic separator and a mesh socks assembly that removes large particles or hairball-like byproducts generated by materials like High Speed Steel before introduction to any of the Transor Filter Systems featuring One Micron Filtration (OMF)..
The Transor MSK Combo offers a solution in a compact, easy to work with package and is the ideal pre-filter for:
o High Speed Steel (HSS)
o Hardened Steel
o Stainless Steel
In normal operation, the MSK combo is placed between the machine and the Transor. Operation is in two stages. In the first stage, dirty oil flows from the machine to the MSK where oil comes into contact with the magnetic separator which removes the greatest amount of material. The second stage occurs when the oils flows from the separator and is drained through a number of extended mesh socks before flowing to the Transor. The material captured by the separator is scrapped off the separator and is placed into a container for disposal. When the socks are full, they are removed from the MSK, emptied and reused. A window in the diamond plate on top of the unit allows the operator to visually check when the socks need attention.
For complete details contact Transor Filter USA; 1265 Oakton Ave. Elk Grove Village, IL 60007, 847.640.0273, FAX: 847.640.0793 or email firstname.lastname@example.org