Production Machining

APR 2017

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Pneumatic and Electric Sump Cleaners Act as Vacuums Booth 1041 Cecor will demonstrate the company's air-operated and electric Sump Shark cleaners for machine sumps. These cleaners are spe- cialized vacuums for cleaning and filtering the contents of machine tool sumps. The cleaners are designed to save machining opera- tions time and money, while protecting the workforce and helping automate the grueling shoveling and time-consuming, manual cleaning of dirty sumps. The power of a high suction lift can vacuum the fluid and sludge from a dirty sump quickly, according to the company. Sump Sharks have suction rates up to 26" Hg and pumping rates to 110 gpm. As the Shark is sucking up the sump contents, solids are caught in a filter as fluid passes into the tank. Filtered fluid can then be pumped out of the tank back into the sump or transported for further processing. :: Cecor 800-356-9042 Stainless Steel Long Material for Producing a Variety of Parts Booth 903 Ugitech, a Schmolz + Bickenbach Group company, is a manufacturer of stainless steel long products, including billets, barstock, wire rod, and drawn wire. The company produces its products in its own steel mill and in its rolling mills and wire-drawing plants. The stainless steels are known for their excellent mechanical properties, according to the com- pany. They are used to manu- facture a range of parts such as valves, turbine components, and surgical instruments. With more than 100 years of experience in steel production and ongoing metallurgical research, the company guarantees steel solutions for demanding applications for its customers in the automotive, con- struction, process, aerospace and medical industries. Ugitech offers a growing range of Ugima and Ugima HM grades. The company is available to provide shops with information for optimizing cutting conditions. :: Schmolz + Bickenbach USA, 630-871-7456, :: 57 PMTS 2017

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