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7/1/2008

Filtration System For Close-Tolerance Manufacturing

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The Nano T has been added to the company’s line of One Micron filtration systems to address the demand for close tolerances in the manufacturing of carbide cutting tools. It continuously produces oil filtered to One Micron absolute, even when the automated cleaning of the filter elements takes place, the company says. In addition, a specially-designed refrigerant system controls the temperature of the oil to ±0.2°C. The product is available for single- or multiple-machine setup.

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