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11/24/2015

Grinding Lube Filtration System Adaptable to Changing Production Requirements

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Available from Oelheld, Vomat’s FA series of grinding lubricant filters promotes cleaner lubricant, resulting in reduced need for replacement; longer machine uptime; and tool, filter and lubricant cost savings.

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Available from Oelheld, Vomat’s FA series of grinding lubricant filters promotes cleaner lubricant, resulting in reduced need for replacement; longer machine uptime; and tool, filter and lubricant cost savings. The company says the filters ensure 100-percent separation of dirty and clean oil. On-demand filtering and filter backwashing provide coolants to a quality of NAS 7 (3-5 microns).

The filtration systems can be customized to meet customer requirements, from a single unit with 120 L/min. fluid throughput to central filtration systems that supply entire machine shops, the company says. Additional components and options include cooling modules, machine supply pumps, auxiliary tanks, remote servicing and disposal concepts.

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