Coolant technology refers to technology that employs an amount of coolant oil and/or emulsified water with a capacity from 1 litre 1’ to 150 litres 1’ and more; with an operating pressure from 20 bar to 800 bar to:
Drill deep holes
Lubricate the tools while the machine tool is operating
Effectively perform internal and external cooling
The system consists of a pump and an electric motor and can come with an inverter for improved electrical control and controlled energy consumption based on usage requirements. After effectively building the installation, it sends the coolant inside the spindle and, as a result, inside the tool.
The high pressure sends the jet of cooland to the tips and avoid the formation of micro cracks on the tool’s cutting edge or, even worse, breaking them. (The removal of the chip is ensured by the high pressure and tip ducts.)
The adjustment of the capacity and pressure can be monitored with electronic control sensors by individually following each machine utility.
An efficient filtration means:
The opportunity to perform processes with a higher rpm value, with shorter processing times as a result
Improved durability of the tools, as
Optimised quality of the piece processed
Less maintenance on the machine tool, the greater durability of the tools means less downtime to replace them.
Optimisation of processing with constant, optimised control for each use.
Greater durability of the coolant
Optimisation of processing with greater precision of processed pieces
Precision of processed pieces constantly maintained
and self-cleaning filtration with chiller
pre-filtration and self-cleaning
with external chiller
with immersed chiller coil in
with 20 μ drum filter
H.P. pump 70 liters 1’ – 70 bar – 30 liters 1’ – 35 bar
for oil of a viscosity of 50 cTs and above
designed for installation under the
bar loader. The self-cleaning filter is installed on the lathe
installed on the bar loader
to save space