Sep 4, 2019 (Sulzbach-Laufen/Monheim) Because filtering and cleaning the metalworking fluid is expensive and time-consuming, it is often put off. Difficult access to machines and machining centres also prevents the necessary regular care and treatment. At kocher-plastik they opted for the care and treatment systems of MKR Metzger some time ago. The processes are now so easy and quick to complete that the employees enjoy carrying out the work. People, machines and the quality of the parts produced all benefit from this.
Sep 4, 2019 The costs of wastewater simply evaporate (Marbach/Monheim) Cleaning wastewater is no longer collected but instead is treated and largely reused. This not only saves plenty of water and substantial CO2 emissions by removing the need for truck journeys, but also saves a mid-range five-figure sum each year.
Sep 4, 2019 (Fürth/Monheim) The higher concentrations of the loads from the production are to be removed from the wastewater effectively and contamination values significantly below the allowable limits achieved, before the direct discharger removes the water. With MKR Metzger, the company has found an efficient partner who, after preceding extensive tests, supplied the best overall package.
As much oil as possible is to be kept in circulation without interrupting the process. To achieve this, the oil must be cleaned to remove the swarf produced during turning. The solution is the 8000T centrifuge of MKR cleaning systems.
When grinding turbine parts, the tiny grinding swarf must be separated out of the oil. They get caught on and block the pipes. The employees of MTU Aero Engines use an 8000T centrifuge of MKR cleaning systems, which enables permanent cleaning of the grinding oil – permanently flange mounted and yet alternately for two grinding centres.
Dry filter and grinding sludge has substantial advantages: More metalworking fluid (MWF) remains in the machine, the MWF consumption falls and disposal costs are reduced. Flender purchased five vacuum belt filter units from MKR, to reduce these costs, to provide greater safety in production and also to do more for the environment.
Where press fitting systems made of stainless steel, carbon steel and copper are produced, absolute cleanliness is required. Geberit Mapress GmbH uses an MKR Metzger GmbH evaporator to treat the aqueous emulsions used in the cleaning baths. The evaporator turns the process water into reusable clean water.
MKR Metzger GmbH in Monheim has an efficient tramp oil separator in its product range. The TB 250 basic unit, which can be used as a mobile or stationary solution, operates according to the coalescence principle. The compact machine cleans the process media by removing tramp oils in bypass mode while the machine is running.
Potential savings: Treatment instead of disposal (Monheim) Because a business owner who thinks in an integrated and sustainable way is annoyed at increasing disposal costs, he examined the wastewater treatment in his metalworking company.