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Extraction of cooling lubricants such as oil or emulsion mist
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  4. Extraction systems for oil and emulsion mists

Oil mist separators – extraction systems for cooling lubricants

Oil mist separation

When planing, turning, drilling or milling metal parts, it's not just chips that fall. Cooling lubricant vapor also rises. It affects the breathing of employees and can lead to serious health problems. In addition, oil mist can turn entire factory buildings into slides or soil production tools and products.

Effective extraction of the cooling lubricants is therefore of the utmost importance. Oil mist separators were specially developed for these application scenarios.

Our AOD device series includes extraction systems and filter technology for oil mist and emulsion mist - for all possible production situations.

Overview ULT oil mist sepapators

Mobile oil mist separator
Oil mist extractor

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Marko Höher

Head of Sales

Sales Manager national/export
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Filter technology for oil mist separation

Oil mist separators or extraction systems for oil and emulsion mist are filter devices for separating and removing airborne pollutants such as particles or aerosols that arise in production processes. When processing metal products using surface technologies such as turning, drilling, milling, etc., cooling lubricants are used for cooling.

Due to the high processing speeds, the finest oil or emulsion mist is often produced, accompanied by smoke. These fine particles can cause skin and eye irritation or even respiratory diseases, cause damage to capital goods and also increase the risk of fire - for example through oil films that promote fire spread, or the formation of deflagration atmospheres in the process area.

Oil mist separators are primarily utilized in closed circuits. Since material particles and odors are also produced during metalworking, HEPA filters and sorption filters (physisorption and chemisorption) are often used in addition.

Separated cooling lubricants are collected in collection containers and returned to the machining process. Gases or cleaned air streams are fed back into the process air and can sometimes even be used to heat workshops.

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