It’s affordable and built very well,” Wright said. “You could drop that nozzle from 30 feet and it wouldn’t break.
Windsor, CT (PRWEB) January 28, 2014
The new wash down system, called “AT WD," is designed to remove machining chips from the inner walls of a machine tool, the machined part and the work holding tools. It can be adapted to fit most machines and it has an adjustable spray that ranges from a light mist to a powerful stream.
“It’s simple to use and very effective at removing chips from complex parts and hard-to-reach areas,” MP Systems Sales Manager Kermit Wright said.
The system comes with its own pump, allowing it to operate independently of the machine’s coolant pump system. Its automatic shutoff feature is adjustable, meaning users can change the amount of time the pump will run before it automatically shuts down.
The manual on/off hand control is magnetic for quick, easy attachment to machines.
“It’s affordable and built very well,” Wright said. “You could drop that nozzle from 30 feet and it wouldn’t break.”
For more information, visit the MP Systems website at:http://www.MP-Systems.net.
About MP Systems:
MP Systems, Inc. of East Granby, Connecticut is a manufacturer and supplier of high pressure coolant systems used in CNC manufacturing. In addition to its core business, MP Systems provides related installation services, spare parts, systems application design, and other services to support installation and operation of its products. The company was founded in 2005 by Mike Sayers, a reputable design engineer of high pressure coolant systems who continues to lead and oversee new product development. MP Systems was acquired by Morris Group, Inc. of Windsor, Connecticut in 2007. MP Systems' products are sold and distributed throughout North America. Its customers are users and distributors of CNC machine tool technology and OEM builders of CNC machine tools. For more information, visit http://www.mp-systems.net.