Portable Mixing And Dispensing Unit

Shops can now mix coolant batches and then dispense the coolant to the sumps with one portable unit from Keller Products, Inc. The coolant preparation and dispensing unit, CPD-101 can mix up to 33 gallons of coolant at any desired concentration. Since the preparation procedure is unaffected by the desired mixture concentration or coolant variables, such as viscosity, the possibility of operator error is virtually eliminated, according to the company.

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Shops can now mix coolant batches and then dispense the coolant to the sumps with one portable unit from Keller Products, Inc. The coolant preparation and dispensing unit, CPD-101 can mix up to 33 gallons of coolant at any desired concentration. Since the preparation procedure is unaffected by the desired mixture concentration or coolant variables, such as viscosity, the possibility of operator error is virtually eliminated, according to the company.

All filling, mixing and dispensing operations are performed by the air-operated pump on the unit. It contains a calibrated 35-gallon drum and an air-operated diaphragm pump, mounted on a cart. To make up any desired coolant mixture concentration, the exact amount of coolant required is drawn into the drum by the pump from a graduated 2-gallon container and thoroughly mixed with recirculating water.

For example, to make up a 2 percent coolant solution in 30 gallons of water, draw in 0.6 gallons of coolant concentrate from the graduated container. The portable unit is then wheeled into the shop and the coolant/water mixture is pumped into the individual sumps. Only 1/4" compressed air lines, usually with quick-disconnect fittings, are required for the coolant make-up and dispensing operations.