Coolant recovery operations are finding more success beyond the facts that recovery modules are relatively simple and available at acceptable costs. Experience has shown that success is further enhanced when:
- The module is as close to the operations as possible.
- Batch recycling is accomplished more frequently than the previous dumping frequency.
2. The time interval between emptying and recovering coolant from a machine should be shorter than the time interval schedule when there was routine dumping of the dirty coolant. The logic is to not wait until the machine and operations are working with very dirty coolant. It is better to shorten the recovery cycles so the machine is using cleaner coolant more often and the recovery module does not get "shocked" with a heavy load of contaminants at one time. Short cycles (within reason) help the machine function and ease the burden on the recovery module.
Harrigan Solutions understands this phenomenon and provides equipment, service and engineering to assist our customers with the appropriate plan for recovering coolants. We sell or rent new and used equipment as well as offer service agreements to maintain the recovery module.
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