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Remove Tramp Oils, Aerate And Refresh

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The Coolescer coolant refresher is the latest addition to the company’s line of coolant maintenance products.

By removing tramp and “grey” oils from machine tool coolant sumps, the product reduces “Monday morning” odor, while virtually eliminating the need for oil skimmers and the manual labor involved in cleaning and recycling coolant.

The Coolescer pumps the top ¼” layer of coolant and oil through a coalescing cartridge where the oil is then separated from the coolant. This separated oil is removed via the oil discharge valve and the cleaned coolant is aerated and pumped back to the coolant sump.

Of special interest are the “leak proof” fittings, the self-contained design and a coalescing cartridge that doesn’t need to be replaced.


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