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Chip trapper from Compressed Air Australia vacuums contaminated liquid, pumps out clean liquid

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EXAIR’s new Chip Trapper, available from Compressed Air Australia offers a fast, easy way to clean solids such as chips, swarf and shavings out of used coolants and other liquids. The Chip Trapper vacuums the coolant or liquid that is filled with debris into the included 55 gallon drum, trapping all the solids in a reusable filter bag.

Features of the chip trapper include:

  • Chip Trapper is compressed air powered
  • The chip trapper operators without a motor or impeller, meaning that it won't clog or wear out
  • Safe operation is assured with a built-in pressure/vacuum relief
  • The chip trapper features an automatic safety shutoff valve that prevents spills or overfilling
  • The Chip Trapper comes complete with the stainless steel two-way pump assembly
  • Includes a directional flow valve
  • 55 gallon drum
  • Lever lock drum lid
  • Shutoff valve
  • 10' (3m) vacuum hose
  • 20' (6.1m) compressed air hose
  • Includes a chip wand
  • two filter bags
  • Drum dolly is included with the chip trapper
  • An optional Spill Recovery Kit is available with the chip trapper
With a turn of the flow valve, clean liquid pumps back out of the chip trapper. Expensive coolant that used to last only six weeks can now last six months with regular use of the Chip Trapper.  It is ideal for use on machines with sumps, parts washers, tanks and storage containers.  Metal chips in a machine sump can block the intake of the coolant pump which reduces the coolant flow, causing heat-related damage to the expensive parts and tooling.  Regular cleaning of the sump with a Chip Trapper eliminates this problem, the lost production, and downtime.

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