Eriez offers a complete line of equipment to remove tramp oils from your metalworking fluids.
Removing tramp oils, any oil that leaks from a machine tool into the metalworking fluid, should be a high priority for all metalworking plants. Tramp oils cause a variety of problems with the metalworking fluids such as:
Increased smoke and mist in the air
Increased bacteria populations
Decreased tool life
Decreased coolant life
Decreased parts washer bath life
Skin irritations such as Dermatitis
Removing tramp oils from your fluids will improve all aspects of your metalworking fluids.
Portable Tramp Oil Centrifuge
The Eriez Portable Tramp Oil separator, including a high speed, manually cleaned, disc bowl centrifuge, removes both free and emulsified tramp oils to 0.5% or less and particulate matter to 5 microns nominal in one pass on any stable coolant or cleaner.
This compact and portable unit, completely assembled on wheels, is designed to extract fluid from both small, individual machine sumps as well as larger central systems. The unit can process flow rates of 1-4 gpm (4-16 lpm) depending on fluid type and condition.
High speed centrifuge
1-1/2 HP belt drive motor
Stainless steel bowl
Built in clean coolant discharge pump
20 mesh basket strainer
Double diaphragm air pump as a dirty fluid feed pump with air filter/pressure regulator
50-micron cleanable filter prior to the centrifuge, extra cartridge and spanner wrench included
5 gallon (20 liter) tramp oil container with fluid level detector.