Initial step for automatic chip processing
The Lanner PV parabolic centrifuges convince because of the best possible degree of dryness, high durability as well as low maintenance costs and are therefore a cost-efficient alternative compared to the DS lifting bottom centrifuge.
In some applications this centrifuge can be placed directly under the discharge conveyor of the tooling machine. The regained coolant can easily be brought back to the manufacturing process or a filtration.
This is how the parabolic centrifuge works
The wet, free-flowing chips are fed into the infeed hopper of the centrifuge and fall into the drum. The centrifugal force moves the chips over the drum surface upwards onto the slot sieve. At this point the coolant is separated from the chips.
Following chips push the dried chips over the edge of the drum and quit the centrifuge downwards into a chip cart or discharge conveyor. The centrifuged liquid can be returned for further treatment into the machine-tool or can be pumped back into a coolant-cleaning system.