CENTRAL COOLANT LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEM WITH CHIP TRANSPORT
The chips / bunches of chips from the machine tool are transported to the pump station via a conveyor belt. The pump station processes the chips in such a way that they can be conveyed with the coolant lubricant adhering to them via a pipe system to the central system.
In the central system the chips are separated from the coolant lubricant and then dried with the aid of a centrifuge.
The coolant lubricant is worked up with a lamella separator and held in the clean tank. Supply pumps feed the central pipe system for supplying the individual machine tools.
turning / milling
2 – 6 bar – able to be set via a control system
Guaranteed filtration fineness:
Chip transport | centrifuge | redundant preliminary chip removal | two-fold preliminary chip removal for the type-sorted working up of the different material types
ADVANTAGES OF THE SYSTEM:
- Conveying of chips with lengths of up to 100 mm. Thereby elimination of the cost for the comminution process previously necessary
- Exact setting of the amount of concentrate by means of an automatically functioning, electronic refractometer
- Reduction of operating costs
- Reduction of costs through reusing and central maintaining of the coolant lubricant
- Reduction of manpower costs through elimination of manual chip handling
- Considerable lengthening of the service life of the coolant lubricant
- All separate coolant lubricant supply pumps and filtration systems within the manufacturing area are dispensed with
- Significant gaining of production space through elimination of chip containers and long transport paths
- Increases to the level of cleanliness in the production