The ph-Cleantec low-pressure hot water cleaning system has been known for years for its gentle and effective cleaning of machine tools. For the first time the company will now be presenting the technique for the continuous sterilization of coolant. The known combination of low pressure and high medium temperature has been modified in such a way that the cooling lubricant is heated to around 65°C in the continuous-flow heater. The throughput time is reportedly sufficient to kill off the bacteria. In conjunction with an integrated heat exchanger, the temperature in the return can be cooled down as far as possible. The device can be operated in bypass mode. As the exhibitors explain, the inlet temperature into the sterilization unit is monitored and switched off when a predefined temperature is reached. As a result, the system can be used both for cleaning the machine tool and for sterilizing the emulsion.
Thermal disinfection of coolants
The ph-Cleantec low-pressure heat-cleaning technology can now be used both for cleaning the machine tool and for sterilizing the cooling lubricant.
21 Jun. 2017
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