10/8/2008

Grinding Filtration System

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Ebbco’s Evolution series filtration systems for the grinding industry are said to be a complete precision machining filtration package, suitable for use with virtually all metals, PCD and ceramics.

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Ebbco’s Evolution series filtration systems for the grinding industry are said to be a complete precision machining filtration package, suitable for use with virtually all metals, PCD and ceramics.

The filtration system conditions coolants and oils to 1 µm while maintaining the temperature of the coolants and oils. Also, these systems offer an optional media-free electrostatic mist collection and carbide-recycling program to create a clean and safe environment.

Features include a clean/dirty tank; heavy-duty, vertical seamless filter pump; self cleaning tanks; mist collector; BTU-rated chillers; and more.

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