Coolant filters refers to the coolant used in industry for typical industrial operations, such as machining, grinding, rolling, drawing, quenching, washing and stamping. The fluids are often referred to as metalworking fluids even when the operations are on non-metallic products.
The fluid is a tool to keep the operation cool, lubricated and flush away the particles generated at the point of work. As the particles (chips and granular pieces) are flushed away they are suspended in the fluid. Coolant filters are in the loop of the process to remove the unwanted material so the fluid can continue to do its job. Coolant filters come in many shapes and sizes, with varying capacities. The system arrangement also has flexibility to use one or a combination of the three loops; on-line full flow, on-line bypass/sidearm, and off-line batches. The selection of the filter must consider that the operation is constantly generating contaminants and must also determine the proper system loop which will best satisfy the three basic limits; time, space, and money.
Harrigan Solutions has the know-how to accomplish the task of coolant filter selection. They also can assist in studying an existing coolant filter system to determine if it is performing the function of cleaning coolants at an acceptable level of efficiency. To learn more about this, you can contact Bill Harrigan at 1-888-685-9603. You can email him at email@example.com.
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By visiting the website you will see that Harrigan Solutions offers new and used filters as well as service agreements to care for your filtration equipment. You can go directly to the website to learn more about the roster of services.