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Transor Introduces New Filter For HSS, Carbon Steel and Other Ferrous Metals at IMTS

The filter elements are cleaned with an automated backflushing cycle that reduces consumable costs with no machine downtime.

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Transor Filter USA (Arlington Heights, IL) will introduce an all new series of filtration units this year at IMTS in Booth 237422 located in the North Building.

The all new Transor Injection Cleaning Concept (ICC) combines Transor’s patented ultra-fine filtration with a magnetic pre-filter. This combination makes the ICC unit ideal for machining operations such as HSS, carbon steel and other ferrous metals where significant stock removal presents a filtration challenge.

In typical operations the coolant oil from the machine is pumped to an inlet on top of the magnetic separator where a majority of the sludge is removed from the oil. This unique process enables the separation of the “dry” sludge of the magnetic pre-filters prior to the dirty oil being introduced into the filter elements.

The sludge from the magnetic separator slides down a shoot into a container for easy disposal. In larger units, it falls onto a conveyor that empties onto a dragout. The dragout also captures the sludge removed during the automated backflushing process.

Like all Transor Systems, the filter elements are cleaned with an automated backflushing cycle that reduces consumable costs with no machine downtime. The ICC also has an enhanced feature that helps to loosen the debris captured by the filter elements and improves elimination from the elevated filter vessels. Additional machine features include operator friendly touchscreen interface, chiller unit for thermal stability that maintains coolant temperature to +/- 0.01ºC. and automatic protection shut-off in case of overload or malfunction.

www.transorfilter.com, 847-640-0273

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