With a large box full of aluminum chips in the back of the car, Loek Claessens and Robert Schoonbrood from Nordson Benelux moved from Maastricht to the open house in De Goorn (NH) early in November 2019. The purpose of their long journey: to do a test with a briquetting press from Dormatec to see if this could be a solution for their chip problem.
New in our assortment: Industrial Oil and Span suction extractor.
This mobile liquid, filter and exhaust system is used for the quick and thorough removal of chips and liquid from machine tools and the simultaneous filtering of the coolant.
The briquetting press is able to reduce the volume of your chips up to 85%. In addition, operating conditions and the recovery of cutting oil are considerably improved for environmental technical reasons.
More spindle hours and less downtime have been central themes in the pursuit of higher efficiency in machining production for years. More and more turning and milling machines are being automated for that reason and therefore 24 / 7 is being used.
An optimal machine process requires the elimination of contamination such as chips, oil and other small contaminations. Continuous cleaning and cleaning of coolant prevents sickness in personnel, smelly cooling water, corrosion on workpieces, clogging of cooling channels and the wearing out of tools.
Regulary cleaning and separating oil and emulsion prevents health problems, badly-smelling cooling water, tool corrosion, blocked cooling channels and excess wear in machine components.
Due to popular demand, Dormatec Environment Systems has also had a series of automatically operating compressed air dust filters in the program since October 2016. These are supplied by, among others, the manufacturer TAMA and have been introduced on the Dutch market by Dormatec.