Electrode tube copper brass and guide
Electrode tube copper brass and guide : we work with ceramic guides, rubber seals and cover splashes, brass tubes and copper and tungsten carbide, both single and multichannel, and specific liquid to drilling.
Other diameters, lengths and types are available on request.
Our ceramic guides are very precise and, in addition to presenting the cooling hole, they have a dual ceramic cores, at the both end of guide which ensures the perfect isolation from the electric discharge between tube and guide.
We provide a complete range of brass, copper and tungsten carbide tubes, both in single hole and in several multichannel solutions:
• 2 channel, normal type or with bigger holes;
• 3 channel Y type, normal type or with bigger holes;
• 4 channel.
Our Flushing Fluid BP50, obtained as a ready-to-use solution or as a concentrate to be diluted, increases the operating material removal rate and reduces electrode wear by up to 30-50% than using alone water demineralized and offers one further advantage acting as an additive for lubrication of the circulating pump for the flushing fluid.
FLUSHING FLUID BP50 can be obtained as a readytouse solution or as a concentrate which should be diluted 10:1. The concentrate should, as far as possible, be diluted using deionised water at a ratio of not greater than 10:1. One can also naturally just work with water. This option encourages suppliers of flushing fluids to recommend dilutions of up to 40:1. We have, however, seen in practise how meaningful it is to use flushing fluids rather than just adding water.
FLUSHING FLUID BP50 increases the operating or material removal rate and reduces electrode wear by up to 30 -50 % in comparison to simply flushing out with fully desalinated water. FLUSHING FLUID BP50 offers one further advantage based on its anti-corrosive properties while also acting as an additive for lubrication of the circulating pump for the flushing fluid. FLUSHING FLUID BP50 is biologically degradable.
The finished solution which has already been diluted by a factor of 10 should be discharged with five times its volume of water before entry into an adapted biological purification plant. This ensures that one can then expect no disturbance to occur to the degradation process of the activated sludge in such a purification plant.
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