must be adapted to the process. If the lubricoolant volume is too low, the part may suffer thermal damage (e.g. grinding burn). Considerable heat generation also subjects the tool (e.g. grinding wheel) to greater stress, which may cause it to wear faster. If there is an oversupply of lubricoolant, the part may begin to “float” and become non-round. The lubricoolant exit speed is a decisive factor in ensuring that sufficient lubricoolant enters into the machining zone. If the lubricoolant exit speed is too low, an air cushion on the grinding wheel may prevent the lubricoolant from reaching the machining zone. Do you know the lubricoolant exit conditions on your lubricoolant nozzle?
Displays in German/English
L x W x H: 153 x 130 x 37 mm
Housing: IP 68 (waterproof)
Power supply: 24V DC, 6W, use only supplied mains adaptor supplied
Device socket: ODU Mini-Snap (cable included)
Input: analogue, [0(4)...20] mA Pressure range: selectable as per DIN (e.g. 0-10 bar) grindaix nozzle data exchange: via USB interface
Display: 3.5” resistive touch panel, full colour, resolution: 240 x 320