Cleveland, OH, June 10, 2005 – Abanaki Corporation, the world leader in oil skimming products, has introduced an innovative new oil skimmer that works in places where other skimmers can’t: on coolant sumps with little or no overhead access.
The problem-solving TubeTastic!™ easily mounts to the side of virtually any machining center coolant sump. The skimmer can skim oil from chip conveyors or totally enclosed machining centers. Using an existing opening or through a small access cutout, the unit’s collector tube runs through the surface of the coolant to collect unwanted oils. The oil then flows out the discharge tube into any waste oil container for easy disposal.
TubeTastic! removes up to 1.5 gallons of oil per hour, says Abanaki President Tom Hobson, “thereby prolonging the life of the coolant and its efficiency”. The TubeTastic! features a fan-cooled, continuous duty motor and standard collector tubes allowing a reach of 6″, 12″, 18″ and 24″; longer lengths are also available. Units are available in 110 – 220V or 50-60HZ models.
For more information about TubeTastic!, contact us at (440) 543-7400 or (800) 358-SKIM (7546), or by e-mail: email@example.com. See the full-line of Abanaki products and services online at www.abanaki.com/017.
About Abanaki Corporation: Abanaki, the world leader in oil skimmer products, manufactures a wide range of products to remove oils, greases, solvents, and related hydrocarbons from water. Skimmer models are available with removal rates ranging from 1 to 200 gallons per hour in both stationary and portable systems. Use of Abanaki equipment often allows water, oil and coolant to be recycled, thus avoiding contingent liabilities and costs
associated with disposal. Besides off-the-shelf oil and grease skimmers, Abanaki supplies custom designed (turnkey) pollution control systems for a wide variety of applications. Headquartered in Cleveland Ohio, Abanaki has served a global customer base in industries as diverse as iron and steel, wastewater, paper, food processing, automotive, environmental remediation, and recycling for more than 30 years.
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