1/6/2011

Versatile Chip Conveyor

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LNS Group offers the chip conveyor Turbo MH500 as well as a high-pressure coolant system, the PowerStream SA.

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LNS Group offers the chip conveyor Turbo MH500 as well as a high-pressure coolant system, the PowerStream SA. According to the company, one of the biggest benefits of the conveyor is the reduction in maintenance required on the machine tool coolant tank. According to the company, versatility is the most important advantage of the robust conveyor: It can handle a range of applications and materials, from brass to aluminum, as well as different chip types.
 
Additionally, the conveyor is said to guarantee a good filtration level to keep the machine tank clear of chips. Because machine tools are capable of a variety of machining processes, they produce a wide range of chip types and shapes, the company says. The conveyor is designed to operate the whole spectrum.

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