Oil mist separation
Cooling lubricants (oil or emulsions) are used under high pressure during industrial machining and forming operations – in modern machine tools, for example. As a result, more oil mist and emulsions are released into the air. To ensure that the aerosol level of the maximum workplace concentration (MAK) value is not exceeded, the cooling lubricant mist must be reliably and continually extracted from the work area of the machines and cleaned. Conventional systems frequently struggle with this task.