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Published: 8/30/2018

Smaller-Footprint Filtration Systems Increase Efficiency
IMTS 2018: Vomat filtration systems, displayed and distributed by Oelheld, provide compact, energy-efficient solutions for the metal processing industry.

Published: 7/30/2018

Biostable Coolant Has Low Foaming Properties
Etna Products has released a water-miscible fluid for high-pressure coolant (HPC) systems: Masterall 1300.

Published: 7/24/2018

Vacuum Evaporator Treats Wastewater
IMTS 2018: PRAB Inc.’s Evaled vacuum evaporation and distillation system treats wastewater in a range of industrial applications.

Published: 7/19/2018

Machine Shreds Metal Chips to Turn Them Into Briquettes
IMTS 2018: Jorgensen Conveyors has partnered with Weima America Inc. to provide chip management solutions.

Published: 7/16/2018

Chip, Coolant Processors Reduce Operational Costs
IMTS 2018: PRAB Inc. will display a variety of chip-processing and coolant-treatment systems.

Published: 7/10/2018

Neutral-Odor Coolant Can Be Used with Various Materials
IMTS 2018: With a neutral pH and good rinse behavior, Blaser Swisslube’s Synergy 735 coolant is a water-miscible, oil-free metalworking fluid that contributes to easy-to-clean surfaces.

Published: 7/9/2018

Filtration System Reduces Scratching, Improves Tool Life
IMTS 2018: The Vortex Dynamic Filter from Nikuni is a waste-free, cyclonic coolant filtration system that achieves filtration through the means of centrifugal force.

Published: 7/9/2018

Coolant Reduces Downtime, Increases Savings
IMTS 2018: The 5080 coolant from Hangsterfer’s Laboratories Inc. is free of formaldehyde, boron and secondary amines.

Published: 7/4/2018

Grinding Oil Facilitates Cooling, Wetting and Lubrication
IMTS 2018: Oelheld’s ToolGrind TC-X 620 grinding oil is designed for good viscosity and temperature characteristics, along with low misting and aromatic content.

Published: 7/3/2018

MQL Unit Enables Precise Control Over Cutting Lubrication
IMTS 2018: Unist’s Quantum minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) unit interfaces with machines to give users detailed control over how much fluid is used.