The solar glass panel manufacturing process produces glass swarf / grinds in the fabrication coolant. Properly filtering and separating the solar glass grinds from the coolant will help deliver a quality glass product, as well as significantly extend fluid, wheel and belt life.
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While the competitive landscape of the solar glass manufacturing industry continues to grow, an effective solar glass grinds filtration and separation solution can dramatically and positively impact your bottom line by giving you a competitive advantage. Our experienced and dedicated team of engineers, technicians and manufacturing personnel understand solar glass grinds filtration, and they will work with your team to develop a process improvement centrifuge solution that decreases your costs and increases your profit.
Today, with various types of glass grinds filtration and separation systems in 18 countries, CentraSep® offer custom turnkey solar glass grind filtration packages for rapid installation anywhere in the world. Our glass grinds filtration systems deliver simplicity, performance and reliability unrivaled in the filtration and separation industry.
Benefits of the CentraSep Solar Glass Grinds Filtration System include:
- Reduced Coolant Consumption and Increased Coolant Life
- Increased Line Speed
- Extended Wheel Life
- Extended Drill Life
- Superior and Consistent Edge Quality
- No damaging Flocculent or complicated chemistry required
- Reduced Pollution and Environment Impact
- Low Energy Requirement
- Standard 316 Stainless Steel Construction
- Lowest Maintenance in the Industry
- LIFETIME WARRANTY option available
CentraSep is more than a centrifuge manufacturer; we are a Filtration Engineering Solutions Company.
Talk to one of our Engineers today to see how we can help with your solar glass grinds filtration and separation needs.
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