Follow by Email

Sunday, August 27, 2017

separation of Coolant lubricant by STA prenseted by E&W Industrial Service Asia Co., Ltd.

At Progress-Werke Oberkirch, a subcontractor to the automobile industry, deep-drawn
parts are manufactured from carbon or galvanized steels.
A problem arose on 2 Müller-Weingarten presses in which the cooling lubricant emulsion
had to be changed every week due to the increased concentration of foreign oils and fine
contamination. In addition, employees were suffering from skin irritations. A belt filter
which was already in use on the installation did not improve cleaning performance
adequately.
A water-miscible cooling lubricant (emulsion, added in a quantity of 8 – 12 %) is used at a
temperature of 30° C, the volume is about 1,000 l.
The emulsion is contaminated with hydraulic oil, belt greasing oil and fine abrasion
particles.

Solutions / Realization

STA installed a combination bath maintenance system, which consisted of an NZ-50
centrifuge separator and a DPS-350 oil separator in the bypass on the belt filter.



The feed pump uses a surface suction system to force the liquid to be cleaned from the
belt filter to the NZ-50 centrifugal separator, where the solids are separated by centrifugal
force (at 950 times gravitational acceleration). In the downstream DPS system, the foreign
oils are separated and the cleaned liquid is fed back to the belt filter's reservoir container
by a recirculating pump.

This solution by STA enabled the operating life of the emulsion to be extended from 1 to 9
weeks. The employees' skin irritations were reduced significantly.

No comments:

Post a Comment