Chips and Sludge Removal Machine

Model FOODIE 

Equipped with a double diaphragm pneumatic pump, FOODIE is built up with none electric parts to provide users a safe and secure, long lifetime quality as there will be no overload and spark concerns while it can also process vacuuming, filtration and recycling in a powerful and instant performance to remove both magnetic and non-magnetic particulates, chips, swarf or grinding sludge up to a capacity of 180 liters per minute. 

FOODIE is capable to handle filtration either in metalworking and cutting fluids both water-soluble oil and neat oil types. The usual achievement of this unit is to reduce coolant sludge from 100% to 5% from a 300-500L tank within 3 minutes. Light-weighted and mobile. From suction of the coolant sump, filtration of the residuals, and to filtered return, it's all the way concurrent and no fluid storing at all.

The filtered chips will be treated with fast dryness under a vacuum state inside the filter for users to collect and recycle conveniently. Also, there are three different specifications of filtering mesh optional. 


Foodie Features                                  

  • No downtime is needed while applying FOODIE
  • Zero consumables and 12 months of warranty
  • Concurrent and bilateral suction and release flows
  • Plain air-driven 
  • Vertically, fast filtration with dehydration proof 
  • Lightweight, portable and mobile
  • Three optional filtering mesh
  • Filtration process100% visible with a transparent filter cover
  • Air gun embedded, switch type sheet metal cover minimizing after-sales maintenance
Specification:
Model Foodie
Machine Size(L*W*H) 420*600*900mm
Filter Capacity 12L 
Net Weight 56kg
Max. Pump Capacity 90 - 180 Lit. /Minute (47.49 Gallon per min) tested by water
Air Pressure 0.5 Bar - 8.3 Bar (7.25 Psi - 120 Psi)
Filter 380 ㎛  / 190 ㎛ 830
Filter Material 304 Stainless Steel
CNC equipment often results in fluid deterioration and pump blockage due to swarf and metal debris.


How many procedures are required to clean a coolant tank by hand?

Power off -> Pipeline Disassembly -> Pulling Out the Coolant Tank-> Removing All Fluids -> Removing All Residuals By Hands -> Replacing the Coolant Tank -> Pipeline Re-installation -> Coolant Replacement -> Concentration Adjustment 

AFTER USING UNIT FOODIE:
  BEFORE CLEANING  ​​​​​ ​​            AFTER CLEANING

    

  Grinding        Plastic       Aluminum 
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