The improved line of Eriez sump cleaners, powered by increased vacuum flow rates that generate up to 110 gallons per minute (416,4 l/min) of suction to eliminate sludge and chips, cut sump cleanout time by 75 % when compared to other standard, more labor-intensive cleaning methods.
Eriez portable sump cleaner
Eriez portable sump cleaners remove the cutting fluid, sludge and chips from the sump, filter the sludge and chips from the fluid, and return the filtered fluid to the sump or transport it to a coolant recycling system for processing. Eriez offers sump cleaners ranging from 50 gallons (189,27 l) to 1000 gallons (3,785,4 l) capacity. The innovative design of the Eriez sump cleaner features a discharge nozzle that can be used like a pressure washer to rinse out extra troublesome sludge and break it apart for removal.
According to O’Dana, “The Eriez portable sump cleaner 120 V base unit has the most suction on the market at 85 gallons per minute (321,76 l/min). With a greater volume of air movement, sludge and chips move more efficiently with less labor. Besides the higher vacuum flow rate, a sump cleaner from Eriez offers a quick and easy chip hopper cleanout procedure with a trap door function and a large cleaning port. This design speeds and simplifies the process of flushing debris out of the sump cleaner while also preventing cross contamination which can occur in situations where multiple types of cutting fluids are used in the same facility.”
Eriez offers the widest selection of sump cleaners in the industry. Solutions range from the inexpensive drum top cleaner to the industry’s widely recognized sump cleaners with single or twin-compartment configurations. Push-around, tow-around or truck-mounted units are also available. Power supply configurations range from electric 120 v single phase or 230/460 v 3 phase to LP gas and air venturi units, so there is a power option for almost any application. There is also a 50-gallon (189,27 l) continuous discharge unit for conducting quick cleanouts while not shutting down production.