23 Walpole Park S
Walpole, MA 02081-2558 US
Let Us Help You Recycle Coolants and Oils to Cut Costs and Increase Productivity.
Sanborn Technologies designs and manufactures centrifuge and membrane filtration systems for recycling coolants and oils in metalworking operations such as machining and grinding. Applications include separators for individual machine tools or plant wide coolant recycling for metal, glass and ceramic grinding and vibratory/tumbling operations. Other applications include tramp oil removal, aqueous parts washer bath recycling, paint spray booth wash water recycling and oily wastewater treatment systems that waste minimize used coolants and floor moppings. Reduce your operating costs and increase productivity by recycling your machine tool coolant and oil with the best centrifuge systems available. We have the right equipment and the applications knowledge to satisfy your requirements.
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Sump Cleaner Vacuums and Dispenses Simultaneously
The Freddy Ecovac 200 sump cleaner available from Sanborn Technologies can provide both suction and discharge of fluids simultaneously.
Centrifuge Produces Dry Solids
Sanborn Technologies will demonstrate its LiquaPac HS2 centrifuge for coolant and oil recycling at IMTS 2012.
Membrane System Designed to Meet Discharge Standards
Sanborn Technologies offers a line of nanofiltration (NF) membrane systems for recycling the rinse water from dye penetrant inspection stations.
Chemtrac Assets Purchased
Chemtrac, a division of North American Filtration, has purchased certain operating assets of Norcross, Georgia-based Chemtrac Systems, a company that has supplier monitoring and control instrumentation to the municipal water and wastewater, pulp/paper and power generation industries since 1985.
Filter Treats 1,500 GPD Oily Wastewater
Sanborn Technologies’ UFV750TV Ultrafiltration membrane system minimizes disposal of oily wastewater from manufacturing facilities. Designed for unattended operation, the compact system requires 33 square feet of shop space and includes a 330-gallon process tank with level controls and a 50-gallon cleaning tank. A variety of standard options such as transfer pumps and free-oil removal separator are available.