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Reduce waste fluids with this coolant-recycling system

By Chemical Engineering |

PRAB

PRAB

The Guardian coolant recycling system (photo) is a management tool for fluid reclamation for operations with industrial coolant or washwater reservoirs. The Guardian system can reduce new fluid purchases by up to 75% and reduces waste fluids up to 90% by recycling used coolants, says the company. Free-floating and mechanically dispersed tramp oils are reduced to 0.1% or less at process rates of 90 to 1,500 gal/h. Guardian systems operate with a continuous-overflow process that provides multiple passes to prevent rancidity. — PRAB, Kalamazoo, Mich.

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