Capacity expansion of a cooling lubricant treatment plant

An existing cooling lubricant treatment plant of a metal processing company could not deliver the required throughput anymore. The central plant was renewed from scratch and several outdated components removed.

Functional description

The outdated components were replaced with a Leiblein magnet separator type MAG 1000, three inclined filters type SF 1000 L and a coalescence separator type SPKA 600 and the tank was rebuilt.

The polluted cooling lubricant is firstly treated by the magnetic separator, which removes the metallic particles. The inclined filters separate residual solids from the cooling lubricant, afterwards.

The tramp oil is separated by the coalescence separator and the purified cooling lubricant is led back to the processing machines.

cooling lubricant treatment plant – an ideal solution!

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