How to find a suitable filter device for your application

Oil mist and emulsion mist

Modern tooling machines work with high feeds and cutting speeds. In order to ensure that necessary cooling and lubrication, between tooling and work pieces takes place, large amounts of cooling lubricant are added to the process. Through the use of high pressure liquid nozzles, a high level of turbulence of the applied coolant is caused. Hence, large amounts of the smallest airborne particles get in the factory air and by breathing into the body. Furthermore, due to contact with the skin damage to health can occur via allergic reactions. Through deposited oil, the machine environment becomes strongly contaminated.

In order to keep these risks to a minimum we are at your disposal with our expertise and can recommend the most suitable filter device for your application in question.

Generally, we differentiate between the following applications when configuring our filter devices:

Oil mist

 

Emulsion mist

 

Oil/Emulsion Mist

 

Welding fumes

 

Dust

 

Oil mist

Oil mist takes place during processing with pure oil as a cooling lubricant.

Oil mist can be described as a large amount of fine airborne oil drops or liquid particles, which occur either via circulation due to the machining process or discharge from the high pressure liquid nozzles.

Oil mist results from turning, milling, drilling and grinding with oil as well as processing with minimal quantity lubrication.

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Emulsion Mist

Emulsion mist takes place when processing with water mixable cooling lubricants. Emulsion mist can be described as a large amount of fine airborne liquid particles, which occur either via circulation due to the machining process or discharge from high pressure liquid nozzles.

Emulsion mist results from turning, milling, drilling and grinding with water mixable cooling lubricants.

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Oil mist and smoke

Oil smoke or smoke occurs in processes with high cutting speeds, feed rates or cutting depths with pure oil or high oil content lubricants. Smoke can be described as a large amount of fine, mainly dry particles carried in the air, which occur when burning in the process takes place.

Smoke occurs for example when hard materials are turned, milled or rough cut.  In processes with minimum lubrication, large amounts of smoke occur because the oil used to cool burns.

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Welding fumes

During welding a mixture of fumes occurs, which is made up of gas and dust

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Dust

Occurs when dry machining and is normally made up of large quantities of coarse, dry particles. Dust is produced for example when grinding, polishing or burring.

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