Chip Disc Filtration

Efficient, Economical Coolant Filtration

Simple operation. Long-life media.
Quick maintenance. Broad application versatility. 

These are just some of the design parameters that drove development of the Hennig Chip Disc Filtration (CDF) system. 

Hennig's patented design is an affordable approach to chip collection - the most straightforward approach to coolant filtration in the market today.

Simplicity Defined

The Hennig CDF system is simple by design. It includes a hinged conveyor belt that transports chips and acts as the first stage of filtration. Disc filters with permanent media provide the second filtration stage. A coolant tank, low and high pressure pumps, float switches, oil skimmers and controls complete the standard configuration.

Scraper-type conveyors are also available with the CDF system.

 

Features

  • Handles unique and multiple machine configurations
  • System solution with wide application versatility
  • Efficient two stage filtration with optional third stage
  • Filters both water soluble and oil coolants
  • Flow rates of 1100 gpm plus
  • Suitable for virtually all material types
  • Hinge belt and scraper configurations available
  • Low profile for lathe applications
 

Technical Details

Ease of Maintenance - Minimizes Downtime

Media Replacement

Easy access - Typically, 20 minutes is all that is needed to remove the access panel and disc, then install the new disc and secure the access panel.
Replaced media can be disposed along with chips and does not become a hazardous waste.
Disc design and construction keeps replacement media costs very reasonable.
The disc seal was designed for quick (10 min.) replacement when required.


   

Continuous backwash design - effective self-cleaning action

Backwash nozzles continuously spray filtered coolant against the stainless steel media removing fines and chips.

As shown in the drawing (right), the back wash nozzles are designed to be readily accessible for cleaning or replacement.

Low profile system design - accommodates smaller machines

As shown above, the combination of the external disc location and the coolant flow path through the lower half of the disc, allows a very low overall profile.

Affordable System

Pictures are sometimes worth a thousand words.  As you can see our simplified system design not only enhances performance, it costs less to produce than many of the more complex competitive systems.  That's another Hennig advantage ... savings in your pocket.

 

Downloads

Chip Solutions
Product Brochure

English: Download

1 MB PDF

Chip Disc Filtration
Service Manual

English: Download

900K PDF

 

Contact

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Territory

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AK, AZ, CO, DE, IA, ID, MD, MT, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OR, PA, UT, WA, WI, WY

Andrea Andrews

815-316-5126
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Susan Block

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Jeff Martindale

815-316-5141
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All Way Cover Repairs and Service, All Locations

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Steve Scantlin

815-316-5186
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