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Product Brochure: Candle Filter

Download     Proven to Extend Tool Life By Up to 25% Fine Particulate Filtration for Cutting & Grinding Applications The PRAB Candle Filter is specifically engineered to efficiently remove fine particulate from spent oil in honing and EDM applications, and in tungsten carbide tool and steel ball grinding applications. Filter uses media in a long cylinder that houses more […]

Product Brochure: PRAB Fluid Filtration Solutions

Product Selection Chart Model # Flow Filtering Efficiency Application Tramp Oil Separator 3-150 gpm (11-568 lph) Coolant Guardian Coolant Recycling Systems 90-1,500 gph (341-5,678 lph) Coolant High Pressure Coolant Filters Coolant Magnetic Separator 5-265 gph (19-1,003 lph) 50-100 micron Coolant Paper Bed Filter 5-250 gpm (19-946pm) 15-50 micron Coolant/Wastewater Magnetic Separator & Paper Bed Filter 5-265 […]

Product Brochure: PRAB Industrial Water & Wastewater Treatment

Proven to Reduce Haul-Away Costs Up to 90% Separation Spectrum Whether you need to simply separate swarf from coolant, clean wash water for reuse, or achieve clarity acceptable to your local municipality, all PRAB equipment and systems are designed for your specific application. Find your application or separation process on the chart below.   Contact us […]

White Paper: Green Engineering

Green Engineering How to Design More Profit into the Metalworking Operation By Ron Chapman, Systems Sales Manager & Teresa Phillips, Senior Marketing Specialist, PRAB   Introduction The green movement is not a new concept. In fact, the basic principles were well-known throughout Europe in the medieval era. However, it was the Industrial Revolution in Europe that […]

White Paper: Extending Tool Life In Metalworking Operations

Automated fluid recycling systems maximize the service life of tools while lowering operating costs. By Mike Hook, Sales & Marketing Director, PRAB Introduction The metalworking industry, like all manufacturing operations, must contest with several market factors that are difficult if not impossible to control: Escalating materials costs spurred by policy decisions, transportation costs, raw materials shortages, […]