K MODEL SLUDGECUT
[K MODEL SLUDGECUT]
Same as the former model, new K SludgeCut is suitable for various machine tools and is applicable both to water-soluble coolant and oil coolant.
We have different tanks in size, from size appropriate for individual machine, to size for semi-central coolant supplying system connected to multiple machines.
Features of K Model
We have developed new mechanism to improve two shortcomings of the former SludgeCut.
K model succeeds in;
- discharging sludge which contains a lot of nonmagnetic material.
- reducing the take-out amount of coolant liquid.
- Discharge of sludge which contains a lot of nonmagnetic material
- K modelremoves out of the tank the sludge which contains a lot of nonmagnetic material(e.g. grindstone particle).
This model prevents some problems frequently caused by the sludge lacking in magnetism.
- Reduction of the take-out amount of coolant liquid
- K model has a squeeze mechanism at the discharge port to reduce the take-out liquid.
Reduction of coolant loss makes the new model a low enviromental load separator.
Discharge method of K model
Discharge method of former SludgeCut
Former SludgeCut discharged sludge only by the magnetic force (see the image on the left).
This method occationally gave rise to undischarged sludge especially on the slope above the liquid surface and R part.
Moreover, since discharged sludge was not squeezed, coolant liquid gathered in the sludge box.
Image of discharge method of K model SludgeCut
- ：unit slide direction
- ：sludge discharge direction
- ：motor rotation direction
B：pushing up and squeezing of sludge
According to the motor rotation, the unit slides to the left.
- The scarpers push up the sludge.
- The scrapers press the sludge against the gate to squeeze.
- After squeezing, the scrapers discharge the sludge compulsorily throuth the open gate.
D：Return to the original position
After removing the sludge, the unit returns to the original position and repeats the operation A-D (The motor rotates continuously).
- When returning, the scrapers incline to avoid pushing back the sludge.