Successful coolant recycling requires three components (1) particulate removal, (2) tramp-oil removal, and (3) coolant concentration control. The Guardian™ Coolant Recycling System incorporates all three elements-not just pieces-for maximum coolant life. This combination makes it the most efficient option for centralized recycling of metalworking cutting fluids.
If your current process is labor intensive, requires a lot of downtime for sump maintenance, is wasting a lot of fluid, or lacks the capacity to handle all the fluid, its time to start thinking about centralized or machine side coolant recycling.
An efficient coolant recycling system offers many benefits within the shop including improved machining, a reduction in maintenance, extended tool life—all due to the higher quality of coolent that is being consistently pumped back to the machines. In addition, due to less machine downtime for sump cleaning, productivity and efficiency will increase, allowing for decreased customer lead times.
“Whether we are pursuing a new customer, or a new contract with an existing customer, it’s important to show that we are paying close attention to every aspect of our operation. Being able to recover and reuse more than 90% of our coolant leads to lower new-coolant purchasing costs. And customers can be confident knowing that we are doing our best to be good environmental stewards by minimizing the toxins that are produced in the manufacturing environment. Paying attention to details such as these really add to a company’s bottom line, as well as its reputation.”
-Marwan Hammouri, Brek Manufacturing
“With the new system, we have seen around a 75% savings on new coolant purchases. I would recommend this equipment to any other company that is producing parts or having similar issues that we were. We received the exact system and results we were promised and are very happy with the system.”
-Alexandre Blinov, Koss Aerospace
“We’re also gaining efficiencies in time spent making up coolant lost due to evaporation or drag out with a properly proportioned mix from the automated make-up system.”
-Chew Siew-Ling, Cameron International