Increase Coolant Life, Reduce Coolant Purchases.
The PRAB Drum-Type Scraper Separator provides high-quality separation that is applicable to aluminum, non-ferrous, and composite materials. The unit does not consume any filtration materials, savings that go directly to your bottom line.
PRAB’s Drum-Type Scraper Separator is designed for industrial use in the following applications:
Dirty coolant enters the system through the back of the Drum-Type Scrap Separator. The coolant passes through the filter sleeve inwardly into the clean tank. The chips and solids retained by the sleeve will be flushed off the filter by an internal back flushing spray bar. The solids will drop to the bottom of the separator and will be removed on a continuous basis by the drag conveyor system. As the chips slowly move up the incline, the coolant will drain from the chips back into the filter, minimizing moisture on the chips.
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