8/31/2009

Band Sawing Nozzle

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Accu-Lube’s specialty band sawing nozzle for minimum quantity lubrication (MQL), the RL-Nozzle, is more compact that previous models and features better spray performance for superior lubrication application, the company says. The nozzle attaches to the company’s two-pump MQL applicator system and features two internal atomizing chambers where lubricant is broken up before it is sprayed onto the tool.

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Accu-Lube’s specialty band sawing nozzle for minimum quantity lubrication (MQL), the RL-Nozzle, is more compact that previous models and features better spray performance for superior lubrication application, the company says.

The nozzle attaches to the company’s two-pump MQL applicator system and features two internal atomizing chambers where lubricant is broken up before it is sprayed onto the tool. The smaller lubrication particles give a more even, constant spray for constant lubrication and protection. The nozzle sprays lubricant from three different places, so this single nozzle does the work of three nozzles. Since the lubricant and air is mixed right at the nozzle, not back in the applicator, there is no lag time or dry cutting. The nozzle is designed to increase tool life, reduce fluid consumption, and maximize sawing productivity.

 

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