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HydroFlow offers coolant and fluid management technology
HydroFlow Filtration and Fluid Recycling Systems
Coolant Application Equipment - HydroFlow Filtration and Fluid Recycling Systems

ERIEZ

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2200 Asbury Rd.
Erie, PA 16506

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814/835-6000

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814/838-4960

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July 2014 - Eriez HydroFlow industrial filtration and fluid recycling systems are optimally suited for a range of applications, including machining, conventional grinding, creep feed grinding and CBN grinding/machining.

The complete line of coolant management and recycling solutions from Eriez HydroFlow includes Coolant Recycling Systems, Solids-from-Liquid Centrifuges, Liquid-from-Liquid Centrifuges, Coalescers and Oil Skimmers, Sump Cleaners, Magnetic Chip Conveyors and Magnetic Separators. This equipment solves common challenges in machining, conventional grinding, creep-feed grinding, CBN grinding/machining and more.

In machining applications, drilling, milling, boring and turning require significant volumes of flood coolant to move chips from the work area to the coolant sump. In conventional grinding applications, centerless, ID/OD, surface and form grinding produce a difficult combination of metal and wheel break-down. In creep-feed grinding applications, large volumes of high-pressure coolant combined with heavy stock removal and abrasive wheel breakdown creates a very demanding filtration application. In CBN grinding/superabrasive machining, high-speed process of metal removal requires the use of heavy oils at pressures up to 1000 PSI, resulting in aeration and cavitation challenges.

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