2/28/2013

PowerStream VP High-Pressure Coolant System

Originally titled 'High-Pressure Coolant System Delivers up to 2,000 PSI Coolant'
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PowerStream VP from LNS America is a high-pressure coolant system that enables users to program variable pressure outlets to deliver up to 2,000 psi of filtered coolant.

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PowerStream VP from LNS America is a high-pressure coolant system that enables users to program variable pressure outlets to deliver up to 2,000 psi of filtered coolant to the precise cutting area for faster cycle times and reduced tool wear.

The system can be pre-programmed to adjust the coolant pressure at various times throughout the machining cycle or similarly respond to signals from the machine tool. This is particularly effective when machining exotic alloys and other difficult materials, the company says.

PowerStream VP is LNS e-Connect capable for real-time data communications with the CNC machine control. It employs a unique design scheme for the coolant transfer pump, speed control, canister filter, and on-board coolant tank to optimize performance, reliability and energy efficiency, the company says. Options include eight-port coolant delivery and dual canister filters.
 

 

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