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2/1/2006

Oil Skimmer Decanter Saves Coolant

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Abanaki Corporation now offers a coolant decanter for its Mighty Mini SST belt skimmer. The decanter separates coolant from skimmed tramp oils so that virtually no coolant is lost to the tramp. This reduces coolant costs and disposal costs. The belts used in the Mighty Mini SST skimmer allow it to remove oils at a rate of 2 gallons per hour. The skimmer is constructed of 304 stainless steel and uses a fan-cooled motor. A 24-hour timer allows unattended operation during off-hours.
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