Dosing and Fluid Mixing in Metal Processing For Lubricant, Soluble Oil, Coolant, Additive …
Metal Processing, Coolant Dosing and Mixing
Mixing soluble oils
by proportional water-driven Dozer
Improve cutting fluids efficiency
for most metal processing operations
- For cooling, lubrication and protection.
- Improve tool life.
- Better machining performance.
- Extension of the bath time.
- Homogeneous even for high viscosity
- Saving energy consumption (no electricity).
- Easy to install, operate and maintain.
- Some benefits:
- Self priming of the cutting fluid (no manual intervention required)
- Accurate dosing (+/-3%) and repeatable whatever the water flow
- Reduced bacteria growth and foaming problems due to bad dosing.
- Reduced handling and filling time.
- Less cutting fluid spillage.
- Reduced tool & metal surface fouling.
- Less dirty and slippery working places.
- Less risk of contact with cutting fluids.
- No electric power consumption or risk.
Hydraulic, volumetric and non-electric.
- Dosing proportional to water flow-rate.
- Precision brings surface quality optimization with no waste.
- Excellent dosing repeatability and final solution homogeneity.
- Emulsion delivered directly downstream by water-power.
- Easy dosing adjustment at any time.
- Easy to install, operate and maintain (no electrical risks).
- Self-priming up to 4M
A reliable cutting fluid dosage whatever variation of water pressure, water flow, cutting fluid viscosity and installation conditions
A dosage ratio easy to read and adjust on the % scale (0.03% to 25% available)
A precise dosage even for High Viscosity cutting fluids: The Dosatron D3RE10 was specially designed for high viscosity fluids with a dilution ratio adjustable from 1% to 10% or the D3RE25IE from 5 to 25%.
Using a refractometer
If you check your emulsion concentration with a refractometer:
The initial % Brix readings given by your refractometer are not volumetric pct. values.
Consequently, you must:
• either calibrate your refractometer,
• or check the equivalence curve generally given by your oil supplier in its technical data sheet.