CECOR Blog

Jan 22, 2018

How Sump Sludge Harms Your Coolant

In metalworking, coolant is used to cool down the heat generated by friction between the tool and the metal being cut. It also washes the...

Jan 3, 2018

Suction Lift – Sump Cleaner Performance Series Part 1

An important factor when choosing a sump cleaner is suction lift. Suction or vacuum lift is the power behind a sump cleaner and is required...

Dec 18, 2017

SE15 Now Available in 90-,140- and 175-Gallon Size

We have made a few changes to our single-phase electric Sump Shark line. Tank sizes from 90- to 175-gallons will now use the prefix SE15...

Nov 20, 2017

Power Transport For Coolant Reclamation In Large Facilities

See Video Transport coolant through the plant between collection and disposal or treatment with the CB6 walk/ride transport base.  Sump cleaner is mounted on a...

Oct 23, 2017

Extra-Low Profile Cart makes chip handling easy

  Due to the nature of swiss machining, long stringy chips are formed during turning and are a disposal problem. “The low chip pan on...

Oct 23, 2017

Screw Machine Sump Cleaning

This screw machine sump contains oil with carbon steel chips and sludge. If left uncleaned too long, the sludge hardens and becomes cement-like. A good...

Sep 25, 2017

This is the Sump Vacuum for Heavy Sludge!

Recently we were at a thread rolling company and volunteered to clean one of their machine sumps.Thread rolling doesn’t produce any metal chips, but it...

Sep 1, 2017

CECOR Breaks Ground on New Home

Jeff Urso, President Just like CECOR, I was lucky to grow up in Verona, Wisconsin.  Bob Troller started CECOR in 1955 in Verona. In the...

Aug 30, 2017

CECOR Launches New Website

We have a new website!  Our site is now bigger with more product detail and images. We will use this blog to keep in touch...

Jul 24, 2017

How much air do I need to run a sump cleaner?

  I saw a video of a Sump Shark imploding a 55-gallon drum. Very impressive, but will I have enough air to run a Sump...