Degree of machine contamination

The requirement for a high-pressure system is strongly determined by the degree of machine contamination.

Our special symbols allow you to find out the right high-pressure unit with respect to the machine contamination level – more or less at a glance.

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Performance potential of combiloop & combistream

Performance potential of combiloop & combistream Comment Pressure range
  • Cooling lubricant purification
  • Improved cooling and lubrication at the cutting edge
  • Concentrated washing away of the chips when drilling, turning and milling
The range up to 30 bar must not be underestimated. Often, even very low pressures can produce excellent cutting results. < 30 bar
  • Early breaking of the chips, removal of snarl, ribbon and spiral chips
  • Drilling possible without clearing out
  • Deep hole drilling > 5 mm possible in one go
  • Trouble-free two-shift or three-shift operation
  • Probably 60% of all conventional cutting operations can be served to excellent effect with pressures in this range. High-pressure effects make the biggest difference.
  • Very gummy materials like copper and bronze need pressures over 50 bar.
30-70 bar
  • Good machining of aluminium and stainless steel
  • Deep hole drilling > 3 mm possible in one go
With the exception of smaller holes, this pressure range no doubt covers most of the high-pressure cutting operations today. 70-100 bar
  • Deep hole drilling > 0,5 mm possible in one go
  • Machining of extremely hard alloys and titanium
Aluminium in conjunction with copper and silicon can be cut only with difficulty under 100 bar. > 100 bar

Performance potential of combiloop & combistream

Performance potential of combiloop & combistream Comment Pressure range
  • Cooling lubricant purification
  • Improved cooling and lubrication at the cutting edge
  • Concentrated washing away of the chips when drilling, turning and milling
The range up to 30 bar must not be underestimated. Often, even very low pressures can produce excellent cutting results. < 30 bar
  • Early breaking of the chips, removal of snarl, ribbon and spiral chips
  • Drilling possible without clearing out
  • Deep hole drilling > 5 mm possible in one go
  • Trouble-free two-shift or three-shift operation
  • Probably 60% of all conventional cutting operations can be served to excellent effect with pressures in this range. High-pressure effects make the biggest difference.
  • Very gummy materials like copper and bronze need pressures over 50 bar.
30-70 bar
  • Good machining of aluminium and stainless steel
  • Deep hole drilling > 3 mm possible in one go
With the exception of smaller holes, this pressure range no doubt covers most of the high-pressure cutting operations today. 70-100 bar
  • Deep hole drilling > 0,5 mm possible in one go
  • Machining of extremely hard alloys and titanium
Aluminium in conjunction with copper and silicon can be cut only with difficulty under 100 bar. > 100 bar