Sump cleaner filters solids using high suction lift to vacuum sludge, chips and fluid from dirty machine tool sumps fast. CECOR Sump Shark® suctions metalworking fluid and sludge into the tank, passing through an on board filter which separates the solids from the fluid. Simply switch to discharge and pump out filtered fluid.
How will a Sump Shark save time?
Save labor costs and reduce downtime. A pail and shovel or the machine’s internal coolant pump may seem like the cheapest way to clean a sump, but when you consider the hours (or perhaps even days) needed for an employee to do a thorough job, the costs mount quickly. By using a CECOR sump cleaner you can save money two ways. Save labor costs. How much are you paying that employee per hour? High-suction lift from a CECOR sump cleaner will vacuum fluid, sludge and the muck out fast…much faster than a shovel. Reduce machine downtime. How much production time and money do you lose when the machine tool sits idle? A CECOR sump cleaner will reduce machine unexpected downtime.
Sump cleaner filters solids from your metalworking fluid to help it last longer. Buy less coolant. Increasing costs for the purchase, use and disposal of coolant have made extending the life of coolant very important to metalworking shops. An important part of cleaning coolant is filtration or solids separation. Filtration involves passing coolant through a porous material that will remove the chips, swarf and fines.
Metal chips in the metalworking fluid can mar the workpiece. One of the functions of coolant is to wash the metal chips away from the machine tool and cutting area. The chips and fines follow the coolant to the sump where most settle. Those remaining are recirculated through the machine and can damage the workpiece by marring the finish.
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