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3/9/2015

Mobile Unit Cleans Machine Tool Coolants During Production

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Eriez offers its SumpDoc portable in-line fluid reclamation machine that provides complete coolant restoration and rejuvenation treatment of the metalworking fluids in the machine tool sump with minimal operator interface.

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Eriez's SumpDoc portable in-line fluid reclamation machine provides complete  restoration and rejuvenation treatment metalworking fluids in the machine tool sump with minimal operator interface. According to the company, there is no interruption in the production cycle or need to transport fluids. The portable unit can be wheeled next to a machine tool, part washer or rinse tank to provide full-service fluid reclamation in a three-step process.

Main features include a sump cleaner (sump vac) for removal of all sludge and solids 50 microns and larger; a pleated bag filter and housing for removal of solids as small as 10 microns; a continuous flow tramp oil coalescer; a high-speed centrifuge for removal of emulsified tramp oil and fines as small as 3 to 5 microns; an ozone generator for microbiological treatment of coolants; a coolant makeup system with proportioner; and electrical controls with a touchscreen dashboard.

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