Vacuum recovers coolant from chips

Chip/coolant recovery vacuums are used with metal working machinery and powered by electricity or compressed air. A key feature is the tangential intake port that allows the units to recover chips and coolant, as well as strings and clumps.
By Staff December 1, 1999

Chip/coolant recovery vacuums are used with metal working machinery and powered by electricity or compressed air. A key feature is the tangential intake port that allows the units to recover chips and coolant, as well as strings and clumps. All models come equipped with a 30-gal. tank with dolly and chip basket. The basket separates chips as small as 0.02 in. and holds 1000 lb.

Goodway Technologies Corp.

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