Cleaning residual Coolube from parts In most cases there should be little if any Coolube left on the part. If the part has much oil on it, it may be an indication which means the MQL spray needs adjusting. But in the cases where over spray is unavoidable, or there can be no oil on […]
New: Stainless Steel Nozzle Tip. Plastic nozzle tips being chewed up? It might be time for something tougher!
Plastic nozzle tips being chewed up? It might be time for something tougher! Available now, our stainless steel nozzle tip provides a robust solution for users that enjoy the maneuverability offered by flexible plastic nozzles, but dislike compromised spray patterns due to the continual abuse of chips. The stainless steel nozzle tip allows users to […]
Dry Chips using Coolube (MQL) Collect your chips in a cardboard container: A Clean, Safe and cost effective solution to toxic waste coolant.
Coolube® has distinct advantages over traditional flood coolant. This video discusses the benefits of dry chips using Coolube®
Remotely adjust your Low Volume (LV) Spray Nozzles! Adjust the fluid and air at the remote adjustment solenoid valve bank connected to our SPR-2000™ programmable fluid controller.
Adjust the fluid and air at the remote adjustment solenoid valve bank connected to our SPR-2000™ programmable fluid controller. Low Volume Spray Nozzles with remote adjustment and the SPR-2000™ controller control the application of metal forming lubricants and keep all controls in a central location. More information
Production Machining: Getting the Most from MQL Article from Production Machining offers a broad view of minimum quantity lubrication along with a closer look at using MQL in turning applications.
Article written by Production Machining’s Senior Editor, Chris Felix https://www.productionmachining.com/articles/getting-the-most-from-mql Machining generates heat, and flood coolant is the common method to alleviate this heat. But flood coolant is a brute force solution that raises a host of issues of its own. Large quantities of coolant require specialized equipment to circulate, filter and test, and the […]
The customer had been machining this Nickle Alloy dry (No Coolant) because to add coolant to the process would have meant mess everywhere, a cost the customer wasn't prepared to tolerate.
Watch how we have applied Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) to a high production vertical machining center. Many benefits are to be realized by replacing your flood coolant with an MQL further more this does not have to be an expensive exercise. This short video shows a two nozzle Unist Coolubricator applying micro oil droplets to the tool and cutting areas externally. Don't let the competition have the cutting edge on your machining operations, stop wasting money and call John Barker today to discuss how we can make MQL work for you.
Development of very thin carbide tip and cermet tipped saw blades have attracted industries to use them for mass metal sawing applications as material cutting wastage or kerf loss is very similar to that of band saw machines. With the technological development of the blade, micro mist spray oil and high accuracy gear boxes, the […]