7/15/2003

Universal Wheel Skimmer

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The company has introduced the new Rustlick universal wheel skimmer. This molded frame comes with a 12" wheel and can be converted to 18" wheel and/or high temperature application wheel. Tramp oil seals the surface of the coolant in sump against air, providing a growth environment for the microorganisms. The universal wheel skimmer removes these oils automatically, reliably and economically, the company says. It is said to prolong coolant life by eliminating tramp oils and to cut maintenance and machine downtime. This universal wheel skimmer is said to have a small footprint to fit most sump and offers bi-directional tramp oil drains as well as a chemical-resistant frame and wheel. It comes pre-assembled with a 12" wheel. Specifications are 120V, single phase, 50/60 Hz, 0.6 AMP.

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