The sump cleaner removes coolant, sludge and chips from the sump, filters the sludge and chips from the coolant and returns the filtered coolant to the sump, or transports the coolant back to the machine. Contaminated coolants from uncleaned tanks affect machine tool life by damaging machine parts. Therefore, coolant tanks must be cleaned regularly, which can be a daunting task when done manually.
The coolant sump helps save time and enhances productivity by keeping cleaning coolant tanks quickly, regularly and systematically without assistance. It maintains a high level of accuracy and repeatability, to improve service times for the machine and its components. The sump cleaner is designed to clean water-based coolant as well as neat oil coolant tanks of machines.
The sump cleaner creates a vacuum in the coolant tank, which sucks the contaminated coolant, swarf, unwanted dust and so on. These are filtered through a filter bag with a strainer. Clean coolant flows into the tank and the unwanted materials remain in the filter bag. This technology is called offline coolant filtration system. The vacuum discharges the cleaned coolants into the machine tank with the help of the pressure generated.
- Less power consumption – Uses a single-phase vacuum pump to save power.
- Offline coolant filtration system – for multiple cycles of filtration.
- Portable and safe – the unit is on wheels, curbing the chances of injury.
- Faster cleaning process due to vacuum suction.
- Robust construction.
- Antibacterial residual filtering system.
- Improves quality of coolant and ultimately products being machined.
- Filters up to 10 microns particle size.
- The cleaning process takes a very short amount of time. Eg: 10 to 15 minutes for model 50.
- Water based emulsion
- Storage tanks
- Grinding coolant
- Machining coolant
- Gun drilling oil
- Honing oil
- Neat oil – viscosity up to 10-12 cSt