KUMA Filtration Systems for Machining Centers

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Hydrocyclones
Hydrocyclones

Hydrocyclone Cooling Lubricant -- cleaning systems operate in all applications where heavy dirt particles are to be separated from low viscous liquids -- e.g. on machine tools (especially grinding machines), but also on machining stations, transfer lines and parts washing plants.

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Automatic Filter Devices
Automatic Filter Devices

The soiled cooling lubricant is conveyed onto the non-woven filter lying in a cavity, via a liquid feed distributor. Owing to the gravitational force the coolant flows through the non-woven filter into a liquid container beneath the band filter. The dirt particles contained in the cooling lubricant are filtered out by the non-woven filter and accumulate in the form of a sludge cake on it. This causes a reduction of the permeability of the filter paper and, therefore, an increase of the liquid level above the filter cavity.

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Internal Bed Filters
Internal Bed Filters

This type of filter can be used in all treatments where small chips and fine particles are to be filtered out of liquids even if these are of a rather high viscosity. This type of filter has proved its worth and efficiency not only in machining stations, but also in grinding machines, honing machines and wash water conditioning. This filter can be used as an individual system, but also for supplying several machines simultaneously.

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Vacuum Band Filters
Vacuum Band Filters

Continuous purification of soiled cooling lubricants, as they are produced when operating machine tools. Purification of liquids from industrial washing plants and dust extraction plants and systems. It makes sense to use such a Vacuum Band filter with high throughput rates, because the throughput in a Vacuum Band Filter is 3 to 4 times higher than in a Gravitation Band Filter while the filtration area is identical. The Vacuum Band Filter consumes less filtration material.

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