Procedure

We apply the coalescence principle to separate out extraneous oils. In the process, the rising light oil fraction of extraneous oils is skimmed from the surface using a floater. This fraction is then carefully transferred to an interim processing container. A special coalescence packet recovers dispersed oil droplets from the emulsion and returns them as clean and effective coolant back to your machine.

 

Functional principle of the coalescence separator

Tiny oil droplets are adsorbed on the surfaces of blade fins and coalesce to larger drops. The oil then rises up through special drill holes. This process allows the removal of even very finely dispersed droplets.

 

Functional principle of the UVC steriliser

UVC254nm: The special 254-nm UVC irradiation effectively controls the germ count.