Coolant Pumps

The use of cooling pumps in industry is a very common method of temperature control. During the machining process, after the work piece is actually clamped, the cutting fluid will work with the tool to control the temperature rise of the cutting point, thereby avoiding excessive temperature of the work piece.
 
Coolant and lubricating fluid are both important fluids in the metal processing industry, and are used in lathes, milling centers, grinders, boring machines and other mechanical processes, because cutting metal always creates many friction, chips and thermal changes.

Temperature control

Coolant and lubricating fluid are both important fluids in the metal processing industry, and are used in lathes, milling centers, grinders, boring machines and other mechanical processes, because cutting metal always creates many friction, chips and thermal changes.
 
Waste liquid and metal chips always diffuse into the air in the work area, thus causing serious pollution to workers, which is a serious occupational safety hazard. Therefore, since the 1980s, how to deal with those liquids and metal shavings has become a serious topic in the US market. 
 
In processing plants, there are other sources of pollution such as gas, oil, exhaust emissions from engines and starters, etc. These emissions will cause serious long-term injuries to workers. For most developed countries, environmental safety issues are the most important, so how to keep the work space clean and friendly is crucial. 

 

Prevention

Based on the above considerations, machine tool suppliers and oil mist cleaner manufacturers must provide powerful coolant pumps. A pump unit with excellent performance is essential for the operation of the production line to create an ideal working environment.
 
A pump is a device that move liquids through their mechanical design and are used in commercial applications. According to the methods of pumps used to move fluids, pumps can be divided into three main models. These three models are determined by the way they move fluids, and there are direct lift, displacement, and gravity methods. That is, there are direct lift pumps, displacement pumps, and gravity pump respectively.
 
Pumps are typically operated by either reciprocating or rotary mechanisms, and consume energy to perform mechanical work that moves the fluid, thereby improving liquid delivery performance. In practical, they can be classified by their discharge way into positive displacement pumps, impulse pumps, velocity pumps, gravity pumps, steam pumps, and valve-less pumps. Besides, there are two basic types of pumps, that is, positive displacement and centrifugal. 

Broadly speaking, pumps can be operated by many power sources, such as manual operation by field operators, or by electricity or engines, and even by sustainable energy sources such as wind energy. These energy sources can be used in a variety of equipment, ranging in size from a micro microscope for medical use to large industrial pumps in waterworks, or small industrial pumps that transfer coolant from machine tools to cutting fluids.

 

Pump essence

Essentially, all pumps have something in common. For example, domestic pumps are equipments that move fluids through their mechanical design. They are used to meet the needs of people's livelihood, such as drawing clean water from a base pool into a water tower on the top floor of a house, or pumping sediment after heavy rain. 

 

Pump and machine tools

Although the structure and design of the coolant pump is relatively simple compared to other mechanical parts in the machine tool field (such as indexing tables, gearboxes and robot arms), the key differences in the pump industry are accuracy performance, resilience and maintenance , These are critical to the final output quality and operation of the pump.
 
It is foreseeable that with the continuous advancement of fluid mechanics technology, the above performance improvement will bring more benefits to the on-site workers.

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