9/8/2010

Chip Conveyor Handles Variety of Materials

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The Turbo MH500 filtering chip conveyor from LNS combines the space-saving footprint of a compact, hinge-belt conveyor with 500-micron coolant filtering efficiency.

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The Turbo MH500 filtering chip conveyor from LNS combines the space-saving footprint of a compact, hinge-belt conveyor with 500-micron coolant filtering efficiency. Also, the conveyor handles virtually all chip sizes, shapes and materials including fines, broken, coarse and stringy chips of mixed materials, dedicated and ferrous materials, cast iron, brass and aluminum.
Especially designed for today’s increasingly complex machining operations, the conveyor provides chip-removing versatility and coolant filtering capability not found with traditional chip conveyors and is ideally suited for sliding headstock machines, machining centers and multitasking machines, according to the company.

Using a conventional hinge belt to remove large and stringy chips, the conveyor employs filter boxes located inside the conveyor path to remove debris to 500 microns from the coolant. The filter boxes are self-cleaning, using a series of internal fixed brushes to scrape off any remaining materials, making them virtually maintenance-free.

The conveyor is designed to work with the original coolant tank provided with most machines and has a tail height of only 5.5”.
 

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