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Coolant Recycling Infographic Highlights Cost-Effective Solutions to Expensive Problems

CLEVELAND, OH – February 27, 2014 – Dirty machine coolant can cause a multitude of problems for manufacturing facilities and CNC machines. Not using clean coolant can cause health issues in the workplace, reduce the life of the equipment used, and can significantly slow a process down. All of these factors lead to loss in production which leads to loss in profit for companies. And while recycling steel, aluminum, paper, and glass is readily accessible, recycling coolant is not. Additionally, the cost of recycling used coolant can be very expensive.

Abanaki’s new Coolant Recycling Infographic demonstrates how their coolant skimming technologies and coolant skimming accessories can offer a low-cost, environmentally sound option of helping to cut costs of recycling used coolant. Learn all about the benefits of recycling your coolant and improve your manufacturing process.

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 and oil 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 40 years. Today, under the corporate motto “Clean Our World®,” Abanaki continues to address pollution in industry through innovation, customer commitment, and environmental stewardship within its own operations.


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