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12/8/2017

Scrap- and Fluid-Processing Solutions Increase Profitability

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Designed to keep up with advances in automated chip and fluid processing, PRAB offers systems for processing metal scrap and spent fluids as well as treating oily wastewater for recycle and reuse.

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Designed to keep up with advances in automated chip and fluid processing, PRAB offers systems for processing metal scrap and spent fluids as well as treating oily wastewater for recycle and reuse. New or updated scrap- and fluid-processing solutions can help companies become more profitable, productive and responsible to their employees and the planet. Using ineffective, undersized or outdated systems, or not employing a system at all, can create a costly process that is not conducive to having a clean, environmentally-friendly shop.

Benefits of industrial waste processing systems include increased profitability from the recovery and reuse of cutting fluids; improved productivity from automated systems; improved plant environment and worker safety from self-contained systems; and compliance with environmental regulations with dry chips.

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