Automated Monitoring and Adjusting System for Coolant
IoT Cutting Fluid Mornitoring System, Automation Regulation System For Metalworking Fluid
Cutting fluids serve a number of key lubrication functions. And the usage and environment of metal cutting fluids cause them to change over time. If you’ve worked in a machine shop or metalworking facility for any length of time, you have no doubt encountered a variety of unpleasant odors. Perhaps you’ve noticed that “rotten egg” or “Monday morning” smell (bacteria) when metalworking coolants are allowed to “rest” over the weekend, usually under a blanket of surface tramp oil. That means your cutting fluid is getting worse unconsciously. Therefore, fluid maintenance is crucial for a better application of the fluid.
In the past, staff(operator) need to check pH value and concentration everyday for every machine that works on manual. Nowadays, Automated Monitoring and Adjusting System for Coolant supplies metalworking machines with a unique add-on that relieves operator workload and extend coolant life effectively.
The fully automatic control unit monitors the quality of the coolant in your metalworking machine. The optimal fluid level is maintained by automated filling processes and measurements configured to your specific needs. When the quality of the metalworking fluid changes, the system(Automated Monitoring and Adjusting System for Coolant) can adjust it or notify you when action is needed.
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