A Handful of Abrasive Glass Paste Every Half-Hour?

If you recycle coolant water in glass grinding or drilling applications, that’s what is potentially being pumped back into your machines, causing wear and downtime and shortening machine life.

SEE FILSTAR ™ IN ACTIONhttp://youtu.be/9Yhvs-0AOPYWhen you see how much abrasive slurry is taken out after just half an hour, imagine that multiplied to a full day….And then a year !

It suddenly becomes very obvious why FILSTAR™ pays for itself within a few months!

The patented FILSTAR combines a tiny footprint with massive performance and must rate as one of the finest glass industry innovations of the decade.

The FILSTAR™ footprint just 1.2 x 1.2m mounted in a stainless steel and alu cabinet, which  is simply wheeled up to your machine(s).

An integrated pump and filter sucks used water from your machine tank, pushes it at pressure through the FILSTAR™ hydro-cyclone and into a built in storage tank.

Displaced water from that tank then overflows by gravity back to your machine tank. Alternatively there is an outlet provided in case you wish to connect a further pump to serve multiple outlets.

The amount of abrasive slurry removed is extremely impressive.

Instead of being pumped back into your equipment where it wears away at moving parts and crusts up hoses and tanks and bearings, it is automatically dropped into a filter bag for simple disposal.

Short term savings on maintenance, downtime, replacement parts make FILSTAR™ virtually self-financing in just a few months.  Long term benefits include machine longevity, cleaner working environment, more precise machine operation due to reduced wear and tear and dramatically reduced water costs.


600450 A Handful of Abrasive Glass Paste Every Half-Hour? glassonweb.com
Date: 31 January 2014
Source: www.ashton-industrial.com

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