The Freddy Tramp Oil Separator has been designed to combat the problems associated with tramp oil contaminates in machine tool coolant systems.
Tramp oil can cause a variety of problems including odour, smoke generation and unpleasant conditions for the operator, as well as affecting the finished product. It is also detrimental to coolant life and will quickly undermine all efforts to keep a clean workshop and maintain an optimum working environment.
“The Tramp Oil Separator is easily manoeuvrable so it can be used throughout a factory, and it runs continuously so as not to interfere with production. The tramp oil is siphoned into the supplied collection bottle allowing the cleaned coolant to be returned,” said Dimac Managing Director, Paul Fowler.
The machine can remove tramp oils from coolants in a variety of applications. An extensive range of filters and floats are available.
The unit has a standard 70 litre tank capacity and for maximum durability is finished in oil and acid resistant powder coated paint. Both electric and air operated models are available with the air powered models running at approximately 10psi.
It comes standard with a full set of tools and hoses, whilst an optional UV Coolant decontaminator which prohibits bacterial growth can be specified.
Freddy is a well known and respected UK based company established in 1962, which supplies international markets with the renowned Mark I filtration machines, originally complementing the de la Pena Oil brand. Since then the company has designed and manufactured the entire Freddy family of industrial vacuums and coolant filtration machines.
“Freddy has always led the way in coolant recycling and the Tramp Oil Separator is another example of the company’s expertise and innovation in this area,” added Mr Fowler.
Dimac also distribute the popular Freddy vacuum and recycling cleaner which removes swarf, oil and other particulates from the coolant and then returns the filtered coolant for re-use. Benefits include lower operating costs and extended life of the coolant.
Dimac Tooling is Australia and New Zealand’s leading supplier of accessories and workholding solutions for CNC milling and CNC turning machine tools. The company also manufactures soft and hard jaws in their own CNC equipped machine shop in Dandenong, Victoria.
“Like all the products we sell, the Tramp Oil Separator has the full back up and support of Dimac technical personnel to ensure the product is installed correctly and operates at optimum performance,” Mr Fowler concluded.