Prab’s Paperbed Filter Suitable for Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals

Originally titled 'Paperbed Filter Suitable for Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals'

Filtering coolant and cutting fluids reduces costs on new fluid purchases through the recycle and reuse of metalworking fluids.

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PRAB’s Paperbed filter processes up to 130 gpm and is suitable for ferrous and nonferrous metals, and organic and inorganic contaminants such as glass, rubber and plastic. Filtering coolant and cutting fluids reduces costs on new fluid purchases through the recycle and reuse of working fluids.

Metalworking companies are always seeking process improvements. Filtering coolant and metalworking fluids controls bacteria, increases the output quality of finished products, and reduces operating costs through the recycle and reuse of spent coolant.

The Paperbed filter comes with options of low to medium stock media. Drum-type paper bed filters need one-third the floor space compared with a traditional filter unit, but can process a much greater rate of up to 500 gpm. The filter can also be ordered with an integral magnetic separator, designed for large particle capture of ferrous metals.