We provide neutral support for the technical and economic aspects of selecting a local lubricoolant filtration system. The objective here is to physically implement your filtration task for the minimum investment without the threat of negative long-term effects.
We compare all system providers from a professionally neutral viewpoint.
Benefits to you
- Unbiased support in the complex area of lubricoolant systems
- Avoid overdimensioning or underdimensioning (technical, economic, environmental)
- Most efficient lubricoolant filtration for least investment
- Low-cost and effective extension of your existing lubricoolant filtration system
Scope of audit
- Scope of Audit
- > Technical, economic and environmental
- Dirt load, purity requirements, lubricoolant volumes
- Installation area; spatial restrictions
- Lubricoolant system aggregates, coolers and pumps
- Chip conveyors, chip shredders, pipe systems
- < Disposal concepts, centrifuges, chip presses
- Selection of a suitable filtration process
- Testing of suitable system dimensioning
- Creation of a specification
- Assignment of various suppliers
- Support during preparation of tender (dialogue with suppliers)
- Comparison of tender (benchmark) by over 200 criteria
- Creation of a management summary for customer-side investment decision-making
Procedure for a Coolant Audit F
1 Visit to your production environment
Our technicians will visit you with a complete measurement system and analyze your filtration tasks (dirt load, purity level etc.) on site.
2 Drawing up specifications
We draw up a selection of all filtration principles under consideration, incl. lubricoolant cooling systems, and check that they can be structurally integrated into your production environment.
3 Call for tenders
We will carry out the entire tendering process on your behalf, based on the specific requirements of your lubricoolant filtration system (specifications). The call for tenders is carried out anonymously.
4 Investment benchmark
Comparison of all tenders submitted in technical, economic and environmental terms, incl. tender assessment and creation of a ranking table.