When using coolant supply stations under high pressure, or during high-speed machining, an air-oil mixture is formed inside the working area of the machine. Immediately, such a mixture enters the air space around the machine, enters the lungs of employees, and eventually settles into a film on nearby surfaces. This violates the sanitary norms of labor protection, requires cleaning efforts, and leads to the rapid consumption of expensive oil lubricating-cooling liquid.
In order to prevent negative effects, a special oil mist removal system is used with the function of recovering oil lubricating-cooling liquid from an air-oil mixture.
When using only exhaust systems without recuperation, there will be a rapid consumption of oil coolant. In some cases, this consumption can be up to 200 liters during 1.5-2 weeks of work.