Wave Technical Benefits
|Sheet stock for
of angles, channel stock, and framing is a control of extruding dies and
feed rates. The dies are cooled with a "milk" (water
lubricant mixture). The parts are extruded and then drop press
formed. The presses are also cooled. the hydraulic saws are
"milk cooled and lubricated. Triangular Wave systems control
scale deposits on the "milk nozzles, pipes, and pumps. In
addition, the Triangular Wave system helps keep the "milk" well
mixed with the lubricant dispersed in the water.
|Steel / iron
system controls deposit in the cooling waters for the cooling of the
molds. Production rates are governed by temperature controls.
less tolerant of water temperature variations. Cooling is critical.
Triangular Wave system controls deposit in the cooling waters for the
cooling of the molds. Production rates are governed by temperature
are primarily assembly machine shops. the processes involved
are: drop forge, compression sizing, boring, broaching, milling,
grinding, turning, and polishing. All of these procedures require
coolants, lubricants, and temperature controls. Triangular Wave
systems have a place for all functions as a deposit control device, which
will descale and extend the service life of the tooling.
||Coolants are a
mixture of lubricants and water. The lubricants can become
contaminated with bacteria and cause upsets in the systems which in turn
can cause off grade product. The calcium ions in the water can form
scale that can occlude pipes, spray nozzles, orifices, journals, passage
ways, flutes, and other surfaces needing to be both cooled and lubricated.
One of the highest costs of this type of operation
is tooling. the set-up man must tear down the machine and retool on
a fairly frequent basis. Triangular Wave systems can cut costs of
manhours and tooling and keep the quality control at a high level of
lubricant action with Triangular Wave treatment means less waste heat to
be dissipated, and less scale on heat exchange surfaces means lower
coolant pumping costs.
machined for use in transmissions and other drive train components.
Aluminum must be machined more carefully than steel. It easier to
sprawl and debris from tooling can the foul the surface easier. The
importance of a clean surface is critical. Triangular Wave systems
can extend the tooling life and help control the difficult machining