Coolant Audit M5: New Machines


Lubricoolant optimisation for machine tools - complete lubricoolant engineering for a new machine


Planning a new machine? We supply the complete lubricoolant engineering for your new turnover guarantees. The M5 Audit takes into account all possible component applications and product-specific processing cycles that your new machine will be expected to offer. Lubricoolant systems can then be clustered to suit the application. The result is a list of application-specific packages for your new machine tool.

Benefits to you

  • Process supply matched to requirements
  • Machine consumption optimised
  • Environmentally friendly design

Scope of audit

  • Design of
  • > Nozzles
  • Pressures and volume flows
  • Feeds and components
  • Pump types and volumes
  • Frequency regulators
  • < Account taken of application spectrum
  • Consumption profile
  • > Pumps (kWh)
  • < Lubricoolant (pressure/volume) per cycle
  • TARGET - optimal lubricoolant situation
  • Offers for grindaix equipment packages (nozzles, pumps, components)

Plan your audit!

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Procedure for a Coolant Audit M

1 Visit to your production environment

Our technicians visit you with all the necessary measurement equipment. Within a very short space of time (approx. 3h/machine), the periphery inside the machine is recorded.

2 Measurement of flow rates

By means of state-of-the-art measurement technology, we check the current lubricoolant flow rate per line. Depending on the audit, we also monitor all scenarios of your production process.

3 Recording supply pipes and fixtures

All pipes are completely recorded – from the lubricoolant supply connection to all nozzle exits. All geometrical and type values are also logged.

4 Analysis and evaluation of waste

We demonstrate how machining sites may be supplied in a robust way to meet the highest productivity demands, and how all waste in secondary zones may be avoided.