TSP Equipment: Proportionators

 

Improper coolant concentration is one of the single most common reasons for coolant failure. If the concentration is too low, rust and bacteria can be a problem. If it is too high, increased consumption will follow. Using a proportionator will significantly reduce problems that may occur with coolants. Regardless of which work shift, everyone will be mixing coolant the same way every time.

 

Accu-Mix 14100

Accu-Mix 14100

Accu-Mix 1200, 14100 and 26270 models – BEST!

  • Are perfect for shops using more than 3 drums per year
  • Use premium piston style proportionators
  • Provide up to 7 gpm (26.5 lpm) of coolant delivery
  • Water powered pumping (no electricity or air needed)

 Accu-Mix 1200

  • Accurate variable proportioning on the fly to 12%
  • Pumping viscosities to 80 cSt
Accu-Mix 500

Accu-Mix 500

Accu-Mix 14100

  • Accurate variable proportioning on the fly to 16%
  • Pumping viscosities to 80 cSt

Accu-Mix 26270

  • Accurate variable proportioning on the fly to 30%
  • Pumping viscosities to 270 cSt
  • Water powered pumping (no electricity or air needed)

Accu-Mix 500 – BETTER

  • Accurate poppet/hydraulic valve style proportionator for viscosities up to 100 cSt @ 40C.
  • Adjustable concentration 1-10% on the lower barrel.
  • Accurate, less waste, reduces coolant consumption and faster than hand mixing.
  • Includes drum and wall mount.
  • Can be hard plumbed or mounted into a coolant delivery system.
  • Provides up to 11 gpm (41.5 lpm) of coolant delivery.
  • Water-powered pumping (no electricity or air needed).
Accu-Mix 60

Accu-Mix 60

Accu-Mix 60 – UTILITY

  • Venturi style proportionator for viscosities up to 60 SUS
  • Concentration adjusted by metering tips
  • Up tp 5 gpm (19 lpm) of cleaner delivery
  • 4 ft. (1.2 m) supply tube, 4 ft. (1.2 m) discharge tube
  • Direct mounting to a 55 gallon drum, 2 in. bung
  • Water pressure regulator included
  • More accurate, less waste and faster than hand mixing
  • Economical for Cleaners and Soaps!
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