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6/6/2006

Remove Fine Grinding Solids From Coolants Or Oils

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The Turbo-Separator T14RCS is a filtration system for fine grinding that filters and purifies oils and coolants by removing fine-micron particulate entrained in the fluid. The centrifuge has a processing rate as high as 40 gpm. The system’s solids removal capacity is 22 lbs of sludge.

 

The low-profile dirty/clean tank is designed to receive fluids directly from the machine tool. The clean tank includes a heat exchanger, overflow protection and a supply pump for returning clean fluid to the nozzles in the grinder.

 

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