Aluminum Chip Conveyors – Drum Filters
EFFECTIVELY SEPARATES ALUMINIUM CHIPS AND FINES FROM COOLANT
HUBLI FILTERS AND CONVEYORS ALUMINIUM CHIP CONVEYOR CUM DRUM FILTER was developed and performance which has proved to be excellent conveyor and a filtration system combined. The ALUMINIUM CHIP CONVEYOR CUM DRUM FILTER offers the machine Tools industry a highly effective method for the difficult task of separating aluminum chips, fines and turnings from flowing coolant. It employs a new and unique concept that incorporates a drag conveyor with Drum (rolling) filters. Numerous advantages include:
Removes floating and suspended chips as easily as chips and fines.
Self-clearing filter eliminates problems of clogging.
Improves part quality by improving coolant quality.
Prolongs coolant life.
Continues trouble free operation.
AN EFFICIENT SOLUTION FOR POSITIVE SEPARATION
The new aluminum chip conveyor cum drum filters is the only conveyor available That can receive flowing coolant loaded with aluminum turnings, capture those Turnings inside, and then allow only clean coolant to exit. It is available for use With a single machine tool, or as part of a central integrated coolant cleaning System.
HOW IT OPERATES
The Dirty Tank Coolant Inlet is the first area to receive chips, turnings, fines and coolant from the machine tool. There, large chips settle to the bottom where they are removed by a drag Conveyor. All coolant must then pass through a series of drum filters. There A SS Drum screen, scraped, captures smaller chips and lighter weight chips Away by a scraping plate or flushed by back wash arrangement and then remove by the drag conveyor. The separated coolant exits through the inside of the Drum filter to a clean coolant exit.
The separated coolant can be now either pumped back to the machine tool, or Pumped through another filtration system for secondary cleaning. (HUBLI FILTERS AND CONVEYORS Filters compliments the Aluminum Chip Conveyor by providing secondary Coolant filtration. It filters coolant clean up to 25 microns.